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15 VIDEO How to send us your english lesson questions and answers
"Hi and welcome back to English with Colin. And in this listen, you'll be able to see a video of two words. I am now speaking, and if you can't see the video, then please look for the link inside this listen, and it will take you to the video. So in this video, listen, we are going to do a memory taste, and in this memory taste, the taste ongoing to ask you. The same question as I did in the last video. But this time you will be able to see the words, and you will see the link is to answer this question. Okay. So you ready for the taste and after the test, please clink the link inside this video. So in the last lesson I asked you what is your biggest challenge? Or what is that thing? You are having most difficulty with learning English. And I want you to be able to tell me inside the link in this, listen, so what you can do is click the link inside the listen and in that link I'm going to ask for your first name and your Email. Male. And just tell me in three or four sentences. What are the biggest challenges for you, learning English? And what is the or what? The things that you are struggling with the most. What is the most difficult thing for you at this point in time, learning English? So please click the link inside this listen, and if you can't find the link, please contact us on our website at eat MAG dot com. That's EA TT image E dot com.
11 Join us for English with Cullen on EATT Magazine for lesson Eleven
"Welcome back to learn English with Cullen and today I wanted to explain to you how classes work so classes come out on the audiobook file thirst. So that's the Impe three. You can listen to that. You can download onto your phone or you can push play. And you can listen to it. So that it's actually playing on your phone and those listens come out on the website at MAG dot com. MAG dot com with listens. Come first. Then you can go inside our app step to and get the notes, listen that appositely on ice agents on Android, and gives you more detail. Inside the listens inside the audio. Listen, so you getting more detail from that listen in there that stint to and then lastly step three the listens come out on video. So the video listen on YouTube. It will always be the last listen that's with the listen Aden's. So please by all means stop with the audio files. This into the audio thirst Dame second Goto app and get you will note, and then certainly come to YouTube and to get an update of listen he had on YouTube. So please, I o means though to the process step was audio out audio at ease. Mag dot com. Stick to is posting app the notes inside the app, which really help you can download that app. It's completely free. And then step number three is listen comes out here on YouTube. So we'll catch you in the next lesson.
35 of the Best Marketing Tips for Private Investigators
"You're listening to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast. I'm Scott Fulmer Room a WHO Yeah well come back to another episode of the Inter Mountain V. I. Podcast Broadcasting from somewhere along the Wasatch Frontier Ryan Cold Utah. I'm your host Scott Fulmer a license private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye available now on Amazon. This is episode fourteen of the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Now do you think private investigator. Marketing is just business. Cards and billboards think again. Everything is marketing everything from your brochures to how you write your reports even how you answer the telephone. It's all marketing. This is not going to be your were Ordinary list of private investigator marketing tips. Some of them of course will be familiar. But I really want you to think outside the box and I'd like you to consider a different approach. The Marketing Kevin Inclusive approach that touches on every aspect of your business to that end considered these thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Peters number one your email address your email address is a marketing tool. It should reflect the domain of your company's website for example if your company is ABC the investigations in your email address should be Bob at ABC investigations. Every email. You send is an advertisement for your company. Email addresses is like Bob at hotmail dot com or Bob at gmail.com just unprofessional number to be a purple cow. Seth go Dan's Book Nets G. UH-HUH D. I n.. Go Dan. His book is called Purple Cow. It's about making your business remarkable from your business cards to your logo. Your approach should be to stand out from other private investigative firms. I'm a big believer in going against the norm and doing things that are different in a world of black and white dairy cows be purple. Oh cow number. Three part investigator part therapist part priest. Welcome to the new age. You're not on the job anymore. This is the private sector. New cases here often began with the telephone. And how you answer. The phone and deal with. Potential clients is marketing a gruff. Hello and simply stating I charge X.. Number dollars per hour are isn't going to cut it especially with domestic clients. They expect you to be part investigator part therapist and part priest. They want to feel comfortable with you. Have it number. Five five of Stephen. Covey's seven habits of highly effective people states seek first to understand then to be understood. Most People Covey says do not listened with the intent to understand they listen with the intent to reply and a big part of private investigator. Marketing is selling your services over the phone so it begins with listening with the intent to understand your clients problems to understand what they want and of course this goes hand in hand with number four. which is if they like you? They will hire you in in other words if you build it they will come at truism if there ever was one but your clients. Decisions are all based on emotions. Let me say that again. Your clients decisions are all based on emotions simply put as you speak with a potential client. Want you to listen. What I'm about to say here is very important as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly helpful helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you? Say That again as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly friendly helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you. That's private investigator. Markets it's best number five social media. You should have a presence on social media. Of course it's free and it's a great way to market your private investigator services although depending on what you do you and how you approach it you may or may not make money but generally speaking the real value the social media is having. You're having viewed as an industry thought leader and as a professional number six. Write an article seriously. Share your expertise industry publications such as Pi now dot com and pursued MAG dot com an all ends in many others. They're all clamoring for articles by private. Investigators it'll give you free exposure in the industry and and can bring in more business. And furthermore it'll foster tree your image as a professional private investigator and an expert number seven get a website. A web presence is a must for marketing. Your Business but a website can bring in business or it can drive business away as potential clients browse your site. They're looking for reasons to hire you or reasons not to depending on what your website looks like number eight. Eight adjusters are sick of doughnuts. Dropping off donuts with local insurance. ADJUSTERS has really been go to marketing tool for decades but truth be told adjusters or pretty much sick of donuts so try something different for change bagels and cream cheese. Serve Breakfast tacos hot chocolate packets or gourmet coffee and coffee mugs with your logo ago. But don't forget the main purpose of the visit is not to drop off bagels but to keep your face in front of clients and meet potential clients and of course. Don't be shy to ask them. If they have a case for you number nine write a blog share your thoughts with the world and writing a blog is a great way to organically increase your profile on Google and other search engines again. You'll be viewed as an expert and with this in mind You should check out many of the popular blogs that are written by private investigators. Brian Willingham Rachelle Davis Davis Kasich and Kucic There's another one called guns gams and gumshoes and if you go to my My website at www dot inter inter mountain Pi Dot Com. Click on the PODCAST. And you'll be able to read this PODCASTS in there are links to all of these websites number ten host podcast moreover if you're slightly more daring consider hosting a podcast. It's easier than you think. That's a great way to market your private investigator business and I check out some of the at a private investigator podcast to see what other people are doing out there again. The links are on my website at number eleven. Make it easy to get paid. All your marketing efforts will be for naught if if an out of state client hires you and you have to wait a week for a check via snail. Mail getting paid. These days is easier than ever their APP. Such a Stripe Square Vinho even pay pal and quickbooks. They can accept credit cards and put money and retainers into your bank account quickly. The choices are legion. Something added this. I often hear your private. Investigators complained about the cost of these services. But my friends. It's the price of doing business if you're not accepting credit cards you're losing business and you can always pass that cost onto onto your customer and don't forget to brand your credit card services. Clients should see your company name and logo on their receipt number twelve facebook ads. Depending on who your potential clients are advertising on. FACEBOOK may be worth it on the other hand. It may not I've had mixed results so do some ad testing on facebook before you totally commit your budget budget number. Thirteen cold calls by telephone. Cases often begin with the phone call on the other hand cold calling. Potential clients is a great marketing tool. But remember it's a numbers I gave. You might make fifty calls and out of those fifty calls you'll speak with three potential clients and eventually maybe get one new case so make sure you have something to offer them such as a free report Torah short presentation and number fourteen is cold calls in person so aside from the telephone cold call you can also meet people in person and a cold call and they can be valuable or they can be wasted time again. Make sure you have something to offer the potential client and all of this depends on the types of services that you offer and who your clients are number fifteen be a joiner. I'm talking specifically early about joining private investigation organization sets as the PI. A you tally. Kelly valley all the allies out. There this will give you an opportunity to meet other private investigators and market your services to them number sixteen. Be a guest on a podcast. I've said number seventeen. Write a book. Is there an idea for a book. percolating working in the back of your mind. I bet there is. I turn my former blog into a book. Confessions of private eye and publishing book gives you credibility it opens up a brand new area from marketing number eighteen make videos to youtube channel. Start making private investigator related videos number. Nineteen speechifying I. I give a talk at a conference or seminar reading your local Rotary Club. It's all about networking practicing your presentation and meeting people who can turn out to be potential clients. It's number twenty. Do a radio commercial. Do you have a face for radio. Radio commercials can be very effective. But there's two things you need to know about doing. Radio Commercials I've done in. The past asked me have been helpful. The first is it's all about repetition of your commercial over and over again over an extended amount of time. You can't do radio commercials for a week and then we don't have any success. Give up you've got to go to three months at it. And second that that repetition it costs money number twenty one and who are your clients in. This really should have been number one but before you do any marketing mixture. You know the kind of people you're trying to reach number twenty to avoid the marketing feast or famine rollercoaster. I know we've all been on it. I work for a private investigator. Couple of decades ago that fell into this trap when it was feast. He wouldn't do any marketing. When it was famine he would focus on nothing but marketing and marketing is even more important to focus on when business is good? It just might help you. Avoid the famine periods when things get slow. Oh number twenty three voicemail. He can't answer the phone every time you just you can't. Sometimes you are already on the on the other line speaking to another client. So your voicemail message is a marketing tool and make sure it sounds professional. Answer a baby crying or your dog. Barking in the background is sound like it was recorded recorded in your car or in a wind tunnel number twenty four word of mouth. Everyone and I do mean everyone should know. You're a private investigator. All your friends your relatives your your mailman your hairdresser even the guy who sales you. Your insurance word of mouth goes a long way and it's free and twenty five networking groups now. This isn't the podcast to go over all the pros and this is in the podcast episode. Mind you to go over all the pros and cons of joining a networking group. That's a whole episode in itself but by doing so so you'll be able to meet new people from all different backgrounds and all types of businesses number twenty six seldom benefits not the features very important in other words. You're not selling cohabitation investigations. You're saving your client money on alimony. You're not selling infidelity surveillance. You're selling peace of mind line when it comes to marketing. Investigative Services through your clients is. You're in the business of providing benefits not the features such as peace of mind savings knowledge quality. Things like that number twenty seven us a map as in marketing action plan. No one plans to fail. They fail to plan. Plan your map or marketing action plan is a plan of win and how you'll implement every aspect of your marketing and it really needs to be very bassist very specific and measurable Nita Quantify. Your results number twenty eight. Seo Seo stands for search engine optimization. It's the process by which you optimize or fix for lack of a better word your website so you can show up on Google and other search engines with organic or free listings. Now Google's a private company. They don't have to list your website. They can do whatever they want. But they're always looking for free content and Google being in all these other search engines that constantly send doubt site crawlers. All over the Internet. And they're looking for new and updated content which obviously is another reason to podcast or a blog or a newsletter. You website has to be optimized so that the search engines can find you never twenty nine read read and read some more read everything you can get your hands on sales book. Marketing books called called books. Everything you can always pick up tips and things to help you get more business number. Thirty content marketing is King US content content marketing on your website and your brochures all aspects of your business to content marketing is. It's basically providing clients and potential clients with free advice free. The articles and free information is basically free content. They really don't care how long you were in the bureau but they will care if you give them a free article on ten ways. They can be protected in their business from robbery number thirty one give clients and potential clients promotional freebies. That means pens notepads magnets calendars t shirts mouse pads water bottles. The list goes on and on but make sure your company name and contact information on everything number thirty to check out your competitors. What are they doing? What marketing methods are working working for them number? Thirty Three Grammar and spelling all of your marketing efforts should include proper grammar and spelling especially especially if you focus on and attorneys as your primary clients. Lawyers are absolute anal retentive sticklers when it comes to grammar and spelling number thirty four the local bar directory rectory. Now I'm not talking about bars. We get booze. I'm talking about Bar Association so depending on the type of clients you work for you may want to get a copy of your local Bar Associations Directory and and you can use it to market to attorneys the direct. You will have a picture of them have their address. Phone numbers it. It'll you'll find out where they went to law school at And you'll find find out what their specialty is if you're doing a family law there's no need to waste money marketing to a immigration attorney or bankruptcy attorney. This goes back to knowing who who your clients are and finally number thirty five teach class this can be at a local club or an or an organization. They're the hand you could teach an adult continuing education Asian course for your local school district. I did this for a couple of years and I ended up getting two cases worth several thousand dollars so it was definitely worth my time and in conclusion when it comes to marketing marketing. There's no such thing as failure. I want you to know this if you try and approach. It doesn't work. You don't think of it as a failure. Consider it learning what to do and what not to do of course. There are a million of the marketing tips but these thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators or a great start. If you enjoy this podcast checkup my book. Confessions Impressions of a private eye. My Third Years Investigating cheaters frauds missing persons and Crooks it's a true crime memoir featuring my first thirty years in the private investigation business. Listen you can find it on Amazon paperback or on kindle and you can also find it for the Nook at Barnes and noble or you can even order it at Barnes and noble. I'm also available eligible for book signings and book readings. You can send your requests to media at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. And if you need to speak for your conference or seminar give me a call eight. Oh one eight seven four eight six five eight mixture. You subscribe to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast on itunes Google spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and if you enjoyed this episode really would appreciate it if you would go to itunes and give me a five star review. Finally please consider supporting the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast it's it's a labor of love and every episode takes money and time to research right record. Produce time that I'm I'm using that I'm not using Bringing an income You can click on the donate link on my website at www dot inter mountain p. I DOT COM. Click on the PODCAST. Go to the bottom of this post. Your support appreciate it until next time. This private investigator Scott fomer reminded the game is afoot
EPISODE 014 - NAZEM KADRI SUSPENSION, ALAIN VIGNEAULT, DISCIPLINE FOR KIDS TODAY VS 30 YEARS AGO
"The. Very. That's what I'm talking about. Bobby numbers? Well, it's an interesting stack of the show to the Steve worn project for faces magazine today on the show ally venues the new head coach of the Philadelphia. Flyers sends not really in the game on that one. Now ZIM Qadri suspended for the rest of the first round for cross-checking a guy in the head being bonehead. And how disciplined our kids versus how we were disciplined when we were kids some member schotz right out of the gate. Henry Baker Randy Spence, Josh, Morgan, Alburto hill and Jason Duerr. They are our latest members if you'd like to be a member just check it our member pages, Steve w project dot com. Get a shout out some other things as well for benefits. Remember, we are so proud of our members and love showing them off like this in public. Our title sponsor faces magazine, it's Ottawa sports lifestyle and entertainment magazine offered for free right across eastern Ontario faces in their tenth year proud to be Ottawa owned and operated, they tell Ottawa's best stories some great. Sense features as well faces MAG dot CA and life busy. The folks Jim K Ford are here to help with a new ad home. Test drive. They'll bring the test drive right to you Homer, work, whatever's best for you book your at home test drive today. Jim k four dot com. You will drive in Orleans and our guest host who he heard scatting away in the intro. There is Jim Jerome. How you doing Jimmy? Oh stevie. They're just dandy. Yup. Not not an issue today. Other than my furnace is broken. Steve. Oh, no. Yes. And generally people would think that's can't be much of a concern of furnace breaking where we're well into April. But it's always cold here in Steve what has the latest in the turn on your furnace? I my furnace is always on. It's always on your furnace. Breaking in. Edmonton is the equivalent of your air conditioning going down and Dubai in the summer. Yeah. You gotta have the furnace the godforsaken country. Steve. The fucking weather. Brutal. Here's what I see happening though. I see you whip into the garage getting your tool kit going right down there and fixing that bad. Boy. Like by the end of the day. It's going to be awesome. I know it'll happen. Well, you don't have very good visions. Steve that's. You'd be wrong there you'd be wrong there. Although I'd love to take on a furnace ain't gonna happen. Have you done the YouTube DIY thing is I mean, it's some of these video has made it pretty easy to really that might be a bit of a leap to try first instructional YouTube video, maybe maybe how to open a can of tuner something might be a place to start going down to fix your furnace. Well, honestly, I gave myself Secta me with a DIY video on YouTube. Well, that's too bad. That's one thing. You didn't have to buy yourself. I woulda helped with that. Steve. What's my rusty, est? De-list implement here in the garage be slipping. You know, oh sorry about that. By friends. My dentist is names. Ma his last name's Finley Mazdas full name. And all of us who go to them don't like him, and my buddy calls him. Oops ma. For a dentist. To do that. Then DWI my furnace on YouTube. See what I can do you should you should because sometimes it's something pretty easy. Like, you might just have you know, like, it might just need to good old cleaning. And that's the kind of thing that you can probably do on your own. I'll do that look that up. I was I gotta do some dentistry as well. Because well, you know, as you know, I got laid off and I have a three month window. I still have all the benefits and after that have no benefits. So I'm in there getting I'm getting all this dentistry done. I'm going to go get some sausages. I might get some even stuff. I don't need like ocupation therapy and anything else that I might be covered for a loaded up loaded up. The massage thing will be interesting love to hear about that. You know what I mean? Well, I just don't know that I'll ever forget that one time that we had some sort of radio station promo with some Sasha play some spa, and they invited the three of us out to get massages. And there were two beautiful young masseuses and one sort of scrubby looking male was the third and guess who I ended up with thanks to to you jerks. I remember that guy grab the apparent haughty? But I couldn't quite see very well because it was kind of dark said, okay. I'll go I'll go in that room right there with you. And it was this massive Russian chick bananas for fingers, and she was just way too rough Steve way too rough. I remember as part of that whole thing we also got pedicures. And so if bills. Yeah, exactly and her feet done. And that included this weird sort of. Scrub effect, and you're right across from us. And I swear to God that the woman that was working on your feet shoes turning green with disgust. And it literally looked like a waiter at an Italian restaurant like sprinkling parmesan cheese on an Italian dish the way that she was coming off the heels of your feet. It was one of the more disgusting things I've ever seen. I remember the dry heaving. Those are good dry heat there. We gotta get to some topic matter here this not just a just a meandering into our personal disgusting. Things have happened to our bodies over the years. And there was a bit of news and sports today that as we speak as we record that the Philadelphia Flyers of hard in new head coach in Alain vigneault has been bouncing around the league for a very long time the recycling continues. So he's he started in the league with the sense as an assistant on their expansion team. But he's bounced around places like Vancouver. He was with the New York Rangers. He's been bouncing around for awhile now. And now he's a coach of the Philadelphia Flyers Edmonton. What's the latest on Edmonton's coaching game plan? They still kinda going to wait for the GM to hire. Someone the next GM? I should say. Yeah. I don't see much talk about the about the coach Hitchcock had a press conference about a week ago and asked he was asked are you gonna come back next? That year. And in a really weird response. I'd said this oughta previous show UC's outspoken almost about it. And he said he loved Edmonton. When it got hired. He's from here. It was response was very very tepid. She said, well, it's not up to me. It's one hundred percent up to the front office. Right. What we don't have a front office anymore. Well, certainly, no shortage of people. I'm sure in Edmonton that would like ally video as their next head coach. And he was good in New York wasn't. It was really good in New York. Wasn't it? I stretch. Sure. He got to the Stanley Cup final. There you go. That's good. I never never got to the big dance. He took Vancouver to a Stanley Cup final. But no, I mean here in Ottawa. He'd be perfect. But this is not a place where I think in a stab list so-called elite NHL head coach would wanna come just because of things that have happened in the past in some of the things the owner is done and said about coaches when Dave Cameron was here. He said he felt like he'd been fired for the final three weeks of his tenure by the by the owner because of the comments he made leading up to his eventual firing. So there's a thought I think among the lead NHL head coach is like, wow, they got some great young pieces. But I'm not sure I want to be part of that. And the other factor is if you're expensive and Alain vigneault was to Philadelphia today. You gene Melnik? We wanna know do you. You walk on water while sends fans may be clamoring may have said, okay. That would have been a perfect head coach not to be not not really in the in the offing. They'll probably be looking at a rookie head coach. Once again, a guy's never coached in the league. There's no doubt my mind that with your owner in Eugene Melnyk, who by the way, I stuck up for when the fans were ripping them left and left. We talked about that on another show that I thought he had every right in the world to go back and rip the fence. And everyone got all upset about the guy because he might move the team and everyone's freaking out. However, if you've got a loose cannon in an owner, it makes it really difficult to attract a coach, there's no doubt my mind. There's no doubt my mind that just what you said that a potential candidate be the head coach for the sense by go. No, no. This guy's frigging time bomb. I don't I don't want to do that. You know, maybe to involve what did you think of this? When the senators fired gay boo right after the trading deadline. They made the announcement. And then writing the actual news release. Forgive Bouche as dismissal. The sends put basically a job posting at the base of it. You know, the next Ottawa Senators had coach will have this this this this, and this what we're looking for in that coach, and it basically came off as. All the things that Bush a wasn't doing as head coach of the Ottawa Senators in the last little while do you think something like that is appropriate? India think that kind of thing gets back to guys like Alan venal, the next head coach who might wanna take that job with the sense. But decides not to because things like that hiring a head coach is a complete roll of the dice. Most of it is most of it is look at look, for example, look at look at Edmonton when Hitchcock came in. It's like hiring a nanny, I don't know if you've ever gone have you ever had nanny. No, have you ever had to interview? And then well, it's the same deal with a head coach where I'm sure these interviews that they bring the guy in and say, welcome. We're really excited that thank you for agreeing to an interview, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. What are you going to do with the team? How are you going to help us? You know, it's like when you go the nanny, they they just say yes to everything you know, what you can take the kids outside. Yes. I'll do that C C. I'll do. That, you know, are you gonna are you gonna play games? Yes. Yes. We like me to every all your checking is to make sure they're not insane. And it's the same thing with these interviews with head coaches, you know, someone's someone's not going to have the panacea here the full on fix for a hockey team. You know, they've it's all potential it's all potential that we hired this guy because of his past record. But we need them for the future. And we think he's the guy we think he's got this great potential to take this team. Well, potential is the best definition I r- ever heard about potential is something haven't done yet. That's what potential is. And I agree. Like, what can you possibly get out of the interviews? What what are you possibly going to get out of an interview from coach all I wanna see in any job interview. Whether it's for a coach or anything else is does the person seemed to be, you know, have some level of wit. They are articulate because you know there. Everybody's a yes man in a job interview. No matter. What the profession is. What are you going to say? Well, I'm I'm interviewing you, Jim. And I established clearly in in the course of conversation that I believe in ABC is a business philosophy. What do you believe in? Well, of course, your answer is going to be. Yeah, I'm on ABC kind of guy. So here's a lot of. Yes. Man stuff happening in any given interview. So what I wanna see in the interviews. Just how you handle yourself seem like you're intelligent, the seem like someone I could get along with and beyond that, you know, the philosophy is always going to be proof in the pudding stuff. You're going to say the right things in the interview. Who knows if that will truly be your philosophy in practice? Yeah. If you're the if you're the right sort of coach from your point of view as a coach when you go in I might be saying, well, what's the plan here with the with the roster that we have before I before I take this gig. Or what's expected? Gimme a break on your team shit. They make the playoffs. So you gotta. You know, they give me a two three year window here that can help with this team. Totally now the other bit of hockey news that that we await has totally. I don't know where that came from. And I wish I would say Wade with something different. You know? Usually have you noticed sports talk radio? The all purpose say Guay is gay. We've exhausted this subject. So now as the host I'd like to move onto the next one the all purpose noises. All right. And then go onto the next thing. So thing we've expected that we've exhausted that topic and so on and so forth. All right. Let's talk a little bit about. Or I hate I'll tell you what I hate is the interviewer saying. Explain to us that conversation as that conversation. Been that talk to me is the worst for me. Like, if I'm conducting an interview, and I'm talking to Jim Jerome about his golf game talk to me about the round look at Jerry Seinfeld. I saw something on online the other day. Apparently, he's a savage the call him, a savage to to have to interview. He's just mean a took a guy down on the sidewalk New York. He was riding his bike some stuck cameras face. And he's it's almost the almost cringing with the the way beats up on the guy. Did you ever see the Larry King interview that he did same deal? Same deal. Yeah. When Larry says your show was you know, most shows get canceled. But you cancel them. Didn't you Larry or didn't you Jerry and he snaps and goes of what are you knew with that some like seventy eight million viewers per episode? Are you into the impression we were cancelled? Larry we were. The number one show on TV when we stopped and he wouldn't let he would not let it go. I'm obviously Larry King lost his fastball at that stage. He could have been maybe a little more gracious than that. Yeah. It gets uncomfortable. I heard a few other ones Jeon Gomez. She. Now what he's been in the news over the last couple of creepy there. Yeah. For that guy. Anyway, he interviewed Billy Bob Thornton. I think Bob the buil- Billy Bob has a band. I think it was in Toronto with his band and Gamez she interviewed him, and it was Billy, Bob. Flirting took him down come down. It was literally totally uncomfortable. When you listen to it. Yeah. The crux of that. One was just basically he was instructed not to talk about something or not to ask about something. And apparently did that straight away something he had said was something that Billy Bob Thornton. Clearly directed him not to do. And he did it anyway. And basically Billy Bob Thornton was an absolute Parikh for the rest of the interview. The best. Of course is Jim Rome with Everett the quarterback for the Rams. Jim everett. If you haven't seen it pull it up somewhere. It's a TV interview one on one like a little hot stove one on one thing, and he called them Chrissy, Chrissy Everett, of course, was the tennis player. And he said don't call me that any more. And of course, Romi kept calling him, Chrissy and Everett went right across the table. Adam went to throat punch them. Cool. Good on the other side of the interview coin I recall, Don cherry, remember that time he's interviewing nauseam Qadri. And basically, Don cherry gives him a tongue bath using a big old wet kiss on the cheek and Kadri is in the news today because he's now been suspended for the rest of the first round for cross-checking Jacob Rusk in head. And I don't know what it is about cadre. He personally fuels my hatred of the leaves. They used to is really despise the Leafs. They said a lot of guys to despise and now cadre. Far as players go. He's the only guy dislike really some of the leaf fans. They sustain my hatred for sure. But cadre is an interesting case he really does seem to go Kabui at the end of losses back to the final game between the sense in the leaves this year sends one three or four and Qadri was not very happy about it and inexplicably goes after Thomas Shibat at the end of the hockey game Shibata all people, and there's just something with this guy got a little bit of a screw low. She liked the compete level you like that. He hates losing. But that is not the way to handle it. He really puts his team at a disadvantage suspended for the rest of the first round. I saw Brian Burke the other night on television. Kind of weird that he's doing that a bit of a bit of a blow reactor Burkey doing that on the set doing doing color. Why it's he he throws. He's throwing haymakers, but they're just so dry monotone that they the kind of it's an odd combination. It sounds like he's done doing hockey to me. It doesn't excited about anything. But anyway, that aside that aside he's been on all levels in hockey. And he he thought five games that the guy she get five games repeat offender for sure isn't he over? Sure, I guess spended last playoffs. Yeah. There you'll so he thought he should get suspended. What do you do? We talked about this in an Tonio Brown that was a shit disturb on his team being way over the top taking a helicopter into practice. Doing a bunch of other stuff that are the distraction to the team. This is a little different because now it's an automatic distraction. What the guy did most people? Most pundits are calling it. Wickedly selfish wickedly selfish that you're doing that with your team during the playoffs. I you know, what Steve I think it's just part of the deal that you deal with the guy who who who's doesn't have the valve to shut things off. You know that he's got a a knee jerk. Can't stop it rolling. My eyes. You get like the hulk is changing skin. I don't think there's any can do about it. You know? In the end in the end, whatever he gets he gets. But I'm telling you if you're a fan of that team. It's not that bad deal for the guy to do that. In fact, in fact, it may even be a pretty good idea. It may even be a pretty good someone's going to replace Qadri on the line. You know, it's not it's it's not like you gotta go man short for the rest of the playoffs. Unpopular is that may be that take of mine. I think it's I think it's better than it is worse. Well, that's kind of a funny thing in that. Somebody tweet this out earlier today that a lot of people criticize William knee Lander for his lack of emotion out there. And now people are saying that a guy like Nazem Kadri is to emotional out there. And we'll the context for the who for those who didn't see that game. Debrusk basically comes across the middle as cadre has the puck. And it was everybody's got a different take on this. Some people think debris ask was lining up a shoulder and the legs got kind of caught up with each other of the people thought it was a straight out knee on Qadri. I think it was the former quite honestly, look like he was trying to line up a shoulder hidden it just went wrong and Kadri when asked over tea kettle so he was mad about that to start with. He's also mad because I think it was Patrick Marlowe. Got kinda run into the stanchion near the bench. It wasn't anything like chara on patchy ready a few years back. But it was you know, it bothered cadre. And he went right over not that long after and did what he did to Debrosse. There's never a place for that. Being your solution. No matter how upset you are. But I see what you're saying. I mean, the certainly the rat factor. Think of a you know, the sends playoffs of the past. There was always a weasel involved. It seemed you know, whether it was Darcy talker or a Gallic Patrick Coletta for the sabres. They're always seemed to be one or two agitators that didn't have a ton of value in the regular season. But come playoff time. They would be able to throw the team off their game. And so there is value in a guy like that. But there's lots of people Craig Button, for example, said today on the Leafs launch that this is a guy that had a selfish act there took away a big advantage the Toronto hat on Boston. That was X the excessive depth that they have at the center ice position. The thing about that with video. Oh review now on whether that was intentional neon knee. The thing about video review. Now is they can tell exactly if it was intentional or not. Because I looked at it. I saw that video watched it a few times. I don't think it was intentional at all. I think he was trying to hit them. But I don't think he stuck his Neo. And you can see clear as day. Did you see my did you see my L Pacino impression on Instagram? I didn't get any love from. I did see it. I'm in the middle looking for something. And I saw it, and I didn't get a chance to respond to it. I wasn't ignoring it or anything. But you you took a hard run at one of the early episodes at me for how fat my face was looking and. Frankly, man, you I mean, you look like you've put on about eighty pounds someone. I don't know who it was. They said I looked like Jabba the Hutt. Maybe no are going to give you my Al Pacino impression because you know, I pride myself with impressions. Are you ready? Steve. More than anything funny. Follies? Oh, yeah. Funny. Not bad. No. That was good. That was good. We need a speech. Give me a speech. He gave me the any given Sunday speech. The funny thing about it. And I'm gonna ruin that speech for you ever seen any given Sunday. I have not okay. Well, this is going to not make any sex is known as one of the better sports movies speeches of all time. And one of the things he says in there. The guy beside you, and you know, all that stuff standard stuff and. But at one at one point he goes. He goes it's that six inches in front of your face. Oh, no. And I kind of looked sideways at it. Like we still talking about football success. What are we talking about? Sixers in front of your face the difference between winning and losing. That's a new play. Okay. Herringbone split captain crunch. Right. Six inches in front of your face. Could be the new. Now, listen, Steve we've got I've got something. I wanted to think about this. I want you to think about Steve the best punishment. You've ever had not not or the or the if you got punished as a kid. I read a fantastic thing online the other day a mother was texting or kit. Obviously, she was out of the house, and she said. Take the garbage out to her son, Texas, take the garbage out and take a picture of it. And then walk the dog and take a picture that semi those. And then I will tell you where the court is for your XBox? Okay. Pretty strong, right? Pretty not bad, not bad. 'cause I I'm not a good disciplinarian with my children. What's the most? Well, like, what's the most severe punishment as a parent that you've doled out to your kids in the history of them? Let's just punishments changed, you know, changed when for example, it was you know, you're not going to. I'm not taking to McDonald's. Then now punishment for your kid. The only thing is like, hey, if you if you please do your homework we please do that. And then I'll take you to McDonald's. That's it. It gets these days. My mother my mother, God rest, her soul. Everyone knows my mother berry. She had the the smoking smoking punishments. The best was. I I had not for the first time, Steve, shattered curfew. I had a little bit of a curfew when I was growing, you know. Yeah. A little I had a curfew to be home because I have my mother's car. And she did a few of these things were just great. So I'm they lived in a house with a walkout, basement and soul. I would try and sneak home hammered hammered out of my tree was like four or five o'clock in the morning. I'd sneak down the back of the stairs. And my parents were generally sleepers, my my father slept like the dead, and I was trying to sneak in the house quietly open the sliding glass door at the back and as a entered the house staggering around the rec room, I could smell coffee brewing. And I went oh, no Ono. That means my mother's up. And she never got up this early and creeping across the Florida. Hear my mother's footsteps down. The stairs facing me. She goes. Okay. Good morning. The morning, and she goes you're a little late this evening where you said. Yes. Yes. I don't know the best way to describe my mother Steve was this is the best way to ever describe my mother is she she reserved. Her smiles for when she had the opportunity to correct someone on something. Oh, really? No, no, Steve that Vero you're wrong there. Okay. So my mother is at the bottom of this. There's good morning. He stayed a little later on. I'm just going to go to bed. She goes. No, no, no. You can you can stay up for a little while longer. I said, well, what's what's? And she hands me a garden hole and says this'll be a nice time to go out. And you can dig up these rose bushes or whatever she had. And I said, okay, I'll do it later on that Noel, otherwise what we could do is. Let's go upstairs in wake up your father and ask him what he thinks. And my dad was my that was busy, man. He liked on Saturdays. So I'm going off. I gotta go out and hung over doot, hot, humid. And I'm dragging my feet across the floor. And but only to walk by the laundry ru Steve and see my sister. Who was just as hammered ironing? She got home about five minutes. She got home of five minutes before. I did. You know what I close morning. Isis are so excellent punishment. Steve at boys. I gotta get home. You don't know the shift? I gotta go through. So that was good or she would if you didn't clean your room. Okay. If you did not clean up your room. If you forgotten went out, you'd come home and your room would be MAC Hewlett. It'd be immaculate and I go what's what's up here? She would gather up all your clothes, Steve and hide them. Put them in a green garbage bag one time, my mother, I couldn't find them at all ever. She stuffed them in behind the hot water heater or I would come the front door. And I'd bump into a huge garbage can one of these big garbage pails full of water with all my shit in they're filled up with water. So in theor- punishment was going to be walking around in a potato sack or something for your clothes? What do you think? Fred flintstone. No. Doesn't work anymore. Your room go to your room. Oh, baby. I got my internet. I got my devices got a TV it here. It's just no. But that's what they're going to do. Anyway. Yeah. The the the best one I guess is. Anyway, my mom had the excellent punish. They were. Good hilariously good. You gotta take take shit away from your kids. That's got do. I don't know. What do you do with yours? Just let them run amok. They run around like wild links. Like, I said, my my my kid looks at me and going are you seriously telling me to do that? I'm trying to. Well, that ain't gonna work. I your track records. No good dead that back in my day. Little teachers would grab your ear. Stephen twisted, bring out the ruler and smack you on the wrists till it was read when I went to the principal many times when I was in elementary school and put your hand and they have the that fricking weapon weapon that would give the strap. I never actually saw the strap. I heard of the strap everybody said you're gonna get the strap principles guy the believes in the strap on it never actually saw heard anybody never got the strap or anything like that. But wasn't an effective deterrent. Just even knowing the strap was thing. Totally was frightening. Was frightening. Yeah, they give it to you three or four times. Don't tell me you're the guy going, you know, what guys? That's that's not a good idea. We'll get in trouble for that. I got what makes you think that guy? We'll because you never got the strap. Because he never got the strap. I'm so I don't think I had like I I was at Richmond public school. And I don't think that the principle you actually used it. I just everybody heard about it. But I don't think anybody actually had it wasn't just me was the entire school. I never met anybody. And I, and I hung up hung up the tough crowd Jimmy as you. I'm Ned Flanders. I'll I'll be honest. I'm going to see your next month in town are going to be an auto. We're gonna get together. Okay. I'm gonna start. I'm gonna Cuffy on the side of the head are going to twist your ear, and I'm going to give you I'm going to go with my belt off and give you a strap. Why? Just just just so you can see what has like Steve on the dark side. I've been hit before I got a bucks in the years. I was easy to I was easy to discipline. If my dad put me to bed with hockey night in Canada. And I'd hear him listening. You know, hearing it through my bedroom door if I had to hear that. That was absolutely the worst. I know it's a mild punt mild punishment and everything but that was enough for me. I was good for the next six months. That's how that that was the worst thing that would happen to sheltered life, right? Oh my God. Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah. That's beyond sheltered life. You won't be able to watch TV to watch the hockey night. That's the punishment. Oh my God. Jesus. Why was you know, get behind the car? I'm going to run over you. I got a teach you a thing or two air. Okay. That'll smart up right there. Honey, I'd run over my I had to run over our son again, I he's dead. But he learned his lesson. Teach these kids these days. Yeah. Hey, dad. Can we go with the wedgie that we do the wedgie this time? Okay. Yeah. I got a huge Charlie horse from your back to Buick up onto me. Can we do the wedgie, please? I got this big BF Goodrich logo and my skin. Now. It's ridiculous. I will tell you though, this is you're not gonna like this, Steve because it made me, you know, that was a bit of a snitch. Oh, no. Once once I was. Yeah. You know, what goes on to her supposed to stay on tour? Okay. So, but this is how it backfired because my oh man was pretty sharp too with the punishments. So my brother, and I we used to live way up in Chelsea when I went to high school and I still play hockey. They're so OD up there. It's beautiful beautiful stories. So we have to drive down, you know. But I went to high school in auto. I went to pies the tenth shutout there all the pies. People my brother, Paul. We would drive down on Friday nights. We you know to hang out with everyone down at the McDonalds man on Maitland avenue in Carleen. Right. We're lady Jane donuts was Steve is in the seventy look at my old school. So as my brother supposed to pick me up at ten or eleven o'clock, probably eleven o'clock or something on a Friday or midnight. And we gotta drive back up their backup to the house in king's Maher is actually where we lift. So my brother picks me up, and he's absolutely blazed okays blazed. He's been his buddies and he's driving the car, and we're going to run out of gas. And I'm saying he goes look at going to that Harvey's over there. There was a Harvey's on Elmer wrote because we used to drive up the old. I think it was called mountain road in the gut. No, Parker and stuff going there and ask someone if they have gas. I said fuck that. I'm not doing that. You're the one is supposed to get gas. And I'm limping him off. And my brother had a very quick temper. Steve what do they call it a fire trigger trigger temper? You do it. You're the way in the back in the day. We had gas cards, and there was a gas card in there. You know, we were kinda spoiled all you have to do is go to the SO pump some gas and give them this Esso gas card. I said you you've got to take you didn't have five minutes to get freaky as we're going to run out of gas shut up and going said, no, I'm not, okay. We'll just try and make it on that. So we're creeping you're such an idiot. You know, you're such a free and all of a sudden Stevie just takes his right hand off the wheel and full on back. Fists me in the face like just just like Wham comes right across and hammers me on the left seems a little zero to sixty. That's what I thought too. Ways. You maniac you maniac? Anyway, we were late. We got home and my oh, man. My mama here. My mom, go down and talk to the boys. And so my dad Senegal's goes what's up? What happened your why are you late and my brother standing there eating a bag of chips explaining to my relate and sorry that we're gonna ri- relate. And he goes, okay. Well, listen, don't do it. Again. You have the soft touch a little bit. Is that don't do it again. I said, okay. We won't. He goes. Okay. Not go to bed uncle oh. Hang on debt. And my brother looks at me like fire in his eyes going shut up I go. Hey, dad, and he goes what I remember you told me to tell you if Paul every hit me. No. And he goes, yes, I go hit me. So my brother standing there and my dad's standard they're looking at the two of us. He goes, well, how did he hit you any wax me in the side of the head? It goes was it like that any wax in the other side, he goes or was it like that? Then he hammers be chin goes or was it like that? And then he turned by brother goes or did you do like this? Camel work, and you guys over not fisting Steve. Fist. Yeah. Best ever. And then he goes now go to bed and my brothers walking down. The stairs ahead of me. Goes you're such a fucking idiot in oh, you're such a dad to follow every hit me into the Email back then Steve the punishments. Let's hear about your best punishments. You know what I'm saying? That's like a show T Steve is not good. It's very good. We'd love to hear from you today on. How did your parents abuse you when you are child? Do they run you over the car? Did they did they come in the side of the head? Did they give you the strip all that more on the next Steve Orrin project? 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E61 - SENS, HABS AND LEAFS NHL DRAFT REVIEW, PK SUBBAN DEAL, MAYOR SAYS DON'T BUG KAWHI
"Steve one project. Everybody. Welcome to the project, presented by faces magazine were episodes, sixty one this daily podcast where we're discussing sports and whatever very lenient on the whatever part of things, I'm Steve worn with Jim Jerome the two of us for TSN radio partners for decade and now keeping ourselves amused. In the podcast world, we're a national show by Moses because I live in Ottawa, Jim lives in Edmonton. And that's how it all plays out. Coming up today, we got talk with the NHL draft PK. Sue ban is a New Jersey devil needed about sixty seconds to turn the page on Nashville Patrick Marlowe traded by Toronto. The mayor of Toronto holding a news conference to tell all the raptor fans not to harass who I Leonard, and that's all straight ahead on the Steve horn project. Thanks to our partners faces magazine Jim K Ford, all insurance on -tario and Rb computing, how you doing Jimmy Stevie? Good. Excellent yacht. Good to be here again. Yeah. I'm feeling it'll. Off today, had some friends over big old campfire didn't burn myself, which is good. That was a solid thing and feeling a special kind of dehydrated I think that's is there's hangovers, and then there's hangovers after a night of drinking in front of the campfire. That's where I'm at. I was a hangover guy for sure. Yeah. I was a hangover guy. I know guys aren't I know get get hangovers but you talk about campfire. And I may have told this story before quickly me and my buddy Jake he's so he, he got his truck from his dad, who said, let's go ahead. You can you can you guys can use the truck and go where you're going fishing for a couple of nights, or one as it ended up, it's supposed to be to my dad gave us twenty bucks this long ago. It is my dad gave twenty bucks to buy food. And for everybody K for four guys. And we immediately bought a carton of smokes. A case of beer. As you do and anyway off. We went, and we're setting up tents, and we, we built, a campfire like the old fashioned way, all, like like we're in, like we're in a western steep put the boulders around their cut some wood and, and cracked a little kindling chopped up there. Cut the fire going. And so we sat around for three or four hours and got fractured. My buddy says when he gets hammered, and the and the rocks were were glowing Steve melding lava, and I suggested we make the fire bigger because it was too small. And we want to have the good fire on all night, Steve. You know, otherwise the Cowboys get Colt. Right. Of course. And I said, well, let's make let's make it bigger. Jake said, good idea and proceeded to grab one of the rock Steve with his bare hands. Why did he do that? I don't know. So help. And, and, and you sort of heard the snap. I don't know. It was one of the hands coming off their, you know, he started to make. This sounds like a dead moose. Boom. And the other hand, he lifted up, it actually sort of pulled the rock up like like suspended in air stuck to his hand. Oh, yeah. It was horrible was horrible. I must have missed it for like just a, you know, a cool piece of wood or something. I don't know. Let's would on the pile here. It's that was a that one the other story told about a guy who fell actually fell in the fire with it like a Neil premiums ski jacket on another trip. I went on and fell in there and set himself on fire with the show had tried to do. Why was he so close in what was just hammered? He was this guy was recommending, he stepped on all the rods, and it was just it was a pain in the ass this guy and drunk out of his mind. And we all went to bed and left them, there while he was singing, campfire songs, and blah. And then he he felt he collapsed. One of these aluminum frame launchers into the fire. Oh, so if he was so disliked. Maybe it wasn't an accident or Steve, we didn't quite rush to put them out. See now you. I don't believe that for too many anyway. I late never little campfire last night. I don't get an isolated anymore. I just, you know, had a few and it was a great night. I've had some friends over. And we what I what I lack, though is that ability that you guys had to do the fire the fire the old fashioned way. Try that is a little dry grass. Here's some kindling when over to the recycling bin put an old Eminem box underneath there that didn't work. So I want, you know what really old school Homer. Simpson's down is doused a bunch of gas on their danville away to do it. I think so. I think so that's the only way to. But you've got to be quick, Steve because I've done it the other way. So you want. Right. You're waiting for that. And but, but you can't do it. I did Steve with the spout. Okay. The Jerry can of gas. And then you unscrew the cap in the spout comes out and you flip it around. Screw it back in. So you got the big, you know, the foot and a half spout there and I leaned in and started started pouring it slowly onto the fire Steve. No, no. Not a good idea. No, not a good idea as the as the well, that's how they made the movie backdraft. Into the can up into the can and children screaming and yelling. I got the fire going, but, but it was any info any damaged Jimmy on that one. Jimmy was hammered enough didn't bother tough nails. No. I just blow it out. Blow my arm. All right. Let's jump in. We've got a special guest today. I guess we shouldn't can't Steve, no God. No, we're townies at heart and leave that to the the doors. Manella. Sure. All right. We had the NHL draft on the weekends. So we're gonna get to that in just a moment. But first, our sponsors, a tired of feeling like you and your insurance company or on different teams. 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Let's jump into some NHL draft discussion, and we're very pleased to be joined by grant McCague. He is the author of valley snapshots that really cool book about any gel players grew up in the Ottawa valley. He's a former scout with the Montreal Canadians, and he's the founder of what he's doing. These days, recruits dot CA covers NHL draft eligible prospects, cool website. And when it comes to the top twenty selections in this year's NHL draft. No one was more accurate than recruits in the preview grant decided on his top twenty the twenty guys he believed with the best players available in the draft. And you know what all twenty all they all fell inside the actual top. Twat. Thirty in the draft that is impressive and graduates right now. How you doing grad, hey, doing great? Yeah. I was pretty pretty happy about that. That is that a first for you covering the draft all these years. Oh, yeah. And I think as you may have mentioned on Twitter, that's you know, I don't think too many people have done that. So it's a. Considered it an achievement. No doubt. I mean, again, a hockey fan does when you want to put that out and then look back at at your draft preview what, what is this? You maybe wanna go get yourself a lottery ticket or something like that. Because there's a lot of skill that goes in there, but I mean any one of the top twenty teams could've gone volatile done something really, really crazy. But there's no question there's like this insatiable desire among hockey fans to know you know what's going on at the NHL draft because even hardcore hockey fans are looking at these kids and, and wondering what they are because few of us have time to watch all these players and so to go twenty for twenty like that, I mean, that's going to vote well for the website for sure. Moving forward. Do you get that accuracy based on all the contacts and the phone calls you make? Or do you get a chance to watch these players? Or is it a combination of the two? Yeah. It certainly a combination. I like to elect to say that I kind of. You know, across between what Bob MacKenzie does. And what the what it independence go does? I obviously, I get to see all of the, you know, the top probably sixty guys then you start to, you know, you know, you start to see some names, like Matthew Steinberg who cover out the sixties. I never even heard of that. You know, after about the second round then you start you start getting these guys get drafted that you say, oh, jeez. I guess the six hundred glares at I scouted or whatever wasn't enough. Yeah. I, I get to see most of them, but I have I have four or five NHL scouts high-ranking scouts that I that I consider friends, and we talked quite a bit, which Jj information. Certainly, I, I take what they say quite seriously, because they're getting out CDs guys the aims at all, especially when they go to UNT tournaments that, that, that I don't get to see your or what have you. Their input is valuable because her watch these guys live, you know, it's, it's sort of like having your own scouting staff in the students but, you know, I I just don't pay them. We're very pleased to be joined by grant McCague. He is the founder of the website recruits dot CA covering NHL draft eligible prospects. So let's jump in and talk a little bit about some specifics. And the sends would be where were first tackle and that be their number nineteen selection overall, Lassie Thomson, and I'm not I'm not suggesting that he is anything but an excellent hockey player, where the controversy lay was that a lot of people felt like the sense could have scooped him up, maybe later in the draft. But you think had him maybe ranked higher than anybody that I read, why did you have him ranked so high? I really believe that if cough Caufield and crabs fall. In the draft, the Montreal was likely to take Thompson, fifty I've, I'm pretty sure that was that was gonna happen. I know that they like Thompson allot finished second in the whol at Kohl's rookie defenseman. You know he had more goals than. Ty Ty Smith dead. And he wanted to see a gel defenseman of the year knots. Again as a kid coming from Finland the play. It's Thais messed third year. Nia whol, and it was his first in the polling that I did of NHL scouts. He was top foreign both skating manned in shot. So those are two things that you can't teach that are so invaluable to team if you can you can utilize them on the power play which I think he'll be a really good are play guy. But I also think there's the Knox about is defense were bit to, again you have to take into consideration that it was first year playing North America under some judgment to do. They're certainly last year. Econ my right off the bat as sixteen year old when I saw him playing in USA team events against older guys. He was he was excellent defensively playing in Finland. And I think that he'll be. Because of his skating, especially because he plays in aggressive gate. I think his defense will come and the offenses there. So as far as I'm concerned, got one of the, the real gems burst round, I was, I was quite impressed. When they took him ninety there's no question that granted addresses in need for them. Because at right shot d they're a little thin right now, obviously, and but I wanted to address their full need, and I guess I'm gonna get into your, your thoughts about pocket philosophy in twenty nineteen a bit here because. Yeah, they get another get another offense of defensemen to play the right side for them. They've got Jacob Bernard Docker coming on the right side as well. And on the left side, you've already got Shibat brannstrom and will Landon. It seems like a lot of one ingredient as they move forward that this seems to be their foundation for defense in twenty nineteen can you win with all ofensive style defensemen. Or they need to address at some point more of a shutdown guy back there. I don't consider Bernard Docker offense defense. Ohka what you're gonna get with him is the has. I as really reliable solid defensively. None of these guys are overly big. I mean, it's going to be a decent size. But I think the way that the game is trending is that you want off movers enrich retreat, FOX, get the money is all can skate first and foremost, and certainly all those guys can do that. I understand what you're saying. The philosophy for most NHL teases to drought who they think is the best player and that you draft assets in, you can always. Make moves later on maybe couple years down the road. One of these quote unquote offense to can be moved for shutdown guy. For instance, you look at, like, what national was doing for years there. They Ekka defensemen every year, it seemed like in the top programme you wonder, well, there's only so many top for spots for these guys. But what they did was like, even when they had Weber analysis neck home Josie, and even Ryan Suter in the system. They when it was there peck at oral were all picked set Jones because he was the best asset. And an what did they do a couple years down the road? They, they converted that asset into for their first line center by train Verein, you'll Hanson. So he can't have tunnel vision when it comes you have to sort of plight like a chess game where you say okay, this may give us too many right? Defenseman right now. But your job for three four years down the road in the roster's going to be so much different. It's funny. I look back at Montreal's roster for years ago. For instance, enders three players still on the team. So if you can imagine or drafts ago, if they dissent, while a right defensemen, instead of the left because we've got more left defenseman while there's three players from the team from this. So you just take the most player and you collect assets and you work with the men trade them may, the best man win the, the guy that doesn't. Well, maybe you deal. So it's a I think I for most yet as they say, you get the BPA now the sense, second pick was sort of a, a pseudo first rounder because it's basically the first of the second round and they decided to go with Shane Pinto. I thought, Ian bras lands got off a great line on Twitter. He said there's an awful lot of irony here with Eugene Melnyk paying the bills and the sends picking up a new Pinto. And if you're of a certain age you'll know that, that particular brand vehicle. Title had a reputation for exploding on people for a while. Let's talk about Shane Pinto what you know, about him and what the sends may have liked. Yeah. Well, I mean, I don't know if out to L Abe's, you know. Until beans and. I didn't get Pinto beans. Dammit. Yeah. I was hoping that they, it was, there's a goalie named Seville, you know, S A V I. They picked up a pen till now that they needed a Cadillac, but yeah, we'll be here all week, try via ladies and gentlemen. Yeah, it don't start with the nurse. So sorry. What was your question? What, what did the sends like about Shane Pinto in that number thirty two selection? Yeah. He's it's funny. When I did my polling Pinto ended up who I didn't get to see a heck of a lot playing in USA gel. But I did. But I did see about a half dozen games. And you know. You know. I mean he had some good games in bad gains. But what they, they all considered him one of the best defensive forward in which was interesting. You know, when I'm doing my write up and stuff. And yet, yet there's scouts telling me while he's a you know, I. Early in the third type thing you look at all the scout him and you look at all the comments in the considered one of the best defensive forward. Good size, decent skater has some goal scoring ability. You know pretty good protecting the not a lot of flaws in his game. You know even as I write them towards young, the second round. I thought why is in this guy higher? Why do NHL scouts? Not think that he's fifty guy, but I mean because I didn't see him a whole pile. I went with their with their opinions on that and put him in the fifties butts. So it was a little surprised went on a temperament thirty two. But the more I looked at his game as I said there, he could develop into a heck of a decent Vic deserve. I don't think there lot of laws in his game. So as long as he's dedicated to hockey, I think, that's what scared many gel tease was, he's kind of a late late comer to, to, to hockey, he played football baseball basketball stuff to go Merican kin where hockey was really is. You know, sport a choice until about fifty and I guess he obviously was that's what he is best at. That's what he's pursued. So you can look at that two ways while if he's only really took Hakin, seriously req-, three years navy the sky's the limit with this kid that was dedicated sell fully the hockey. He could could be a lot of upside there. So it was an intriguing pick. I think it's a safe pick, as long as he's, you know, he's dedicated to be an NHL player, the, the tools are all their potentials are. So, yeah, I think I think the made a solid choice at last year's draft as you well know, the sins old Colorado, a first round pick. It could have been last year and it could have been this year. What they decided to do was draft Brady Chuck last year. And basically defer to this year. So Colorado ends up with Ottawa's first round this year didn't end up being Jack Hughes like everybody was worried about so that had people kinda resting easier. It does end up being this Bairam kid. What can you tell us about him? And would you rather have cook or Bairam thing? They didn't keep the then they would have had another offense defense. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Firearms heck of a heck of a prospect, I mean ninety nine game winning goals last year. Six overtime, which set a record on the nuts forwards and defensemen, just real clutch. You know he's he could take games over himself. What were calls say, okay. I'm gonna end it now go in then score goal as far as comparing to them. I love could joke Godoi and at the time I said you, take you take the pet you don't look back out on it in a year in and say while. Geez may we showed him because you don't know who wins the lottery, first of all, and obviously, you know, that's what happened Colorado didn't and weren't. Sure, at the time weather, Carlson will stay in or not really end. I thought it was the right move at the time to could Chuck was was was going to be a just a tremendous power forward prospects of you knew what you were getting narrow. You didn't know what you're getting the next year. So I, I agreed with their decision to, to draft ca joke, and I don't think he can you can criticize it now either. I wanna spend a little bit of time on both Montreal in Toronto given that we have so many fans in this region. Montreal at fifty and went with cool Caufield sounded like a lot of people thought he was a real. Steel, and they were excited about that player generally speaking out of the hab stew in the draft, you think, well, yeah, I don't I don't think they were expecting him to be there. That's for sure. But there's never been a five seven player chosen in the first round of the draft at all, let alone the top fifty so it being a copycat league. I think a lot of the teams looked at Saint Louis Boston in the final, and no five seven guys on those teams, you know, and figured while it's still you're still winning with highs so you know will five seven guy help you win playoff games. And I think that was the question that's why he dropped. But. Debrincat's come in, you know, forty goal scorer last year is five seven kids, and I think proven than showing that hey you know there's still a there still a place in in game for the the shorter kid if he can score goals. So I give much credit for being the team that had the guts to take the smaller for the first time in history and say, well, we just couldn't pass off. They haven't interesting draft this year in that they took on your guys that honestly, I never see or who are three guys that I never even heard of. I mean, they pick the kid out of Calgary midget hockey, for instance who I think the loss, somebody was tweeting last night that the last Canadian midget hockey player to be drafted was over twenty years ago. Really? Wow. They made some picks that are intriguing lot people criticize them because they don't know. These guys. But just because you don't know a player doesn't mean that he's about pick. So if the jury is gonna stay out on these guys and we'll see three or four years down the road, if, if, if they were solid picks or not. But I, I'm impressed by their philosophy this year where we're gonna we're gonna go off the map with a few guys we like him a pick them and, and hopefully develop I think their philosophy is to take lease and try to develop the take the best athletes, each oth. They develop properly. E can't teach lettuces emits. It's either they're not teach you other stuff. So I think it's a sound philosophy and even forget two or three guys out of each draft. They say that it's a success, and I think that they will get at least three players from this draft Toronto on the other hand, I just just finish up with the Leafs grant. I mean they didn't. They didn't exactly have dynamic weekend from the draft perspective, because they gave their first rounder away in the Jake Muhsin deal. They chimed in for the first time at number fifty three for nNcholas Robertson, probably the bigger news, though, is the Patrick Marlowe deal to free up some cap spaces there in cap. Hell right now, what were your overall impressions about the Toronto weekend? I'm a little surprised that do is, you know, each traded a lot of his draft picks as, as a guy that was known as a builder in sous Sainte Marie the built through the draft there. He's kind of a win now philosophy. With with guys that I don't know where necessarily ready to take a team to, you know I think minor Matthews for all their talent. You gotta you gotta be patient with these guys the at twenty twenty one they're not gonna lead you to a Cup. I don't think I understand though. Well, we got a win now loss. Few win guys are ready, but I would have kept developing and drafting in the last two years, not been so impatient. I mean he just got the job he was not about to be fired moral or anything like that. I'm a little surprised that he's been, you know, like mechanic for instance, last year they picked him up for. A second round pick in, then they trade another. They keep trading up sixty six and I don't know that I necessarily agree with that philosophy there in their encaptures now and they still haven't won a playoff service. So thankfully, I think they're making a lot of wrong decisions. I that. So you that's fantastic stuff grant. I really appreciate you. Joining us on the podcast today. And I know that's right now in fact, your hard at work with a review of the twenty nine hundred draft. Right. Yeah. I put out grade each team. I've got some great writers on board. They're gonna do draft. Recaps for a few teams including auto zone. Chris Stevenson, he's gonna recap the, the senators draft. He was at the draft. So it's kinda nice that Chris agreed to do that again. Slop Sisson grades of each each NHL team also do an interview with Trevor tenants each year. So will will get that on there as well. And yeah. Have that together by the end of the week and hope if you people award, it make note of the spelling, ladies and gentlemen, it's a recruits dot. C. A. R. E. C. R. U. T. E S dot CA. It's a, it's a great spot to check out the NHL draft and prospects grant. We really appreciate joining us today. Thanks to okay. Thanks to grant, McCague remorse, his stuff at recruits dot CA, a can't believe Steve. You didn't include me in some, some poignant questions, I would have for the guy who's an expert in the draft. You wanted a long steep? Okay. I can certainly I can say only color, you know. Before he had break your Rb computing web pool sends chose three times in the top twenty or thirty seven taking Lassie Thomson, Shane Pinto and Mads Sogard how stuff snicker in there, just because you've never heard of them doesn't mean they're not going to be awesome. How dare you? By the way, Steve nice to have no stir Dharma's on the show that guy's crazy twenty twenty anywhere. That's our poll today. How would you describe the club's twenty nineteen NHL draft performance is it excellent is good is wanted to put their poor or I dunno. I dunno leads it. Forty six percent, which I think is a which I think, is a good thing because that's a lot of fans who are being re realistic and honest good is next at thirty two percent poor nineteen percent three percent. Excellent. So the next everybody who voted got some comments on it, Joe writes, some people felt like Ottawa reached on a couple of guys in the past as well. Shabad more recently comes to mind button had him. Craig Button had him ranked thirtieth gotta trust the scouts LT rights. I felt they reached on every pick seeing Pinto at thirty two made me drop my phone knowing the likes of Kellyanne and brink were still there. Rick rights, big Rick. I guess there's one thing about the sends over the years that we should be confident about. It's the drafted talent. So, although I have no real knowledge of any of these kids. I'm pretty optimistic that one of them will become a regular someday. Now, they all leave early anyway. That's from big wreck. And lastly, LA Lebel rights, and I guess there's probably a bunch of people in this camp. I no longer care, hashtag Melnik out back to Rick's, you know, that, that, that sort of tepid response of, you know, I feel confident that one of these guys will be a regular player in the NHL. Well, I hope so. I hope so. How about this scenario? Steve, this is my point about Ottawa where they got. They got nothing. Nothing to be excited about right now. And if you're trying to sell tickets. You know, when you go, well, what what's happening with that team or they the, you know, the sign a big guy in all they make make a coaching change? Well which they did. So if you lived in Kingston, Steve, which is which is the geometric center between Toronto and Ottawa lovely town. If you were to buy season tickets, Steve. For one of the two teams Toronto or Ottawa where you buy new tickets this year. And I you know, I know I know what you're I know you hate the leaves and all that stuff. But, but, but generally, I'm buying my tickets in Toronto Steve, I'm going there down down to watch that team because they got a ton going on, you know, and maybe Steve, okay, I'll give you this. They're you know, their they're through their finished with their rebuild. They're going to run with the basic core of guys. They have here who, by the way, their cores, outstanding okay? But Ottawa, I'm come on Steve, I don't know what you wanted them to do this weekend. Because again, the only there's only two people that the average hockey fan really knew much about, you know, the hardcore hockey fan might get his deep as fifteen to twenty guys. And that's about it. But this ended up with a guy named Lassie Thomson at number nineteen and some scouts as we talked about grant McCague some scouts at him. Like way way late. Than that grants thought he was. You know really good player and actually had him a little earlier. I think than the sense did. It had to be a hard decision to go and get Lassie 'cause the littlest Hobo had a big year as well. Like maybe tomorrow, he'll want to settle down. That'll be stuck in my head all day. Wanna remind you that a gym Ford forty can schedule your at home or at work test drive of the twenty nineteen Ford ranger today. That's right after an eight year. Hiatus the Ford ranger is back book your test drive today. Jim K Ford dot com. 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Of course he's a he's an integral part of the Edmonton Oilers. Now. I see. Pick. I said, well, you guys happy about the draft. He said, I don't know. You know the way these things can go, you know that, that the unpredictability of the draft, he wasn't. He wasn't dismissing it that I, I don't mean to say that he's like you do what you can't do it. You can. And then hope hope that you've got a good guy, you know. So, yeah, that's the thing. I mean like Thomas, you bought for the Ottawa Senators, he's going to be already is an excellent young defenseman. He's going to be a stud moving forward, and there were people that were criticizing the sense for getting him at number eighteen few years ago. So it's. There's so much crystal bowling the goes of that whole thing. And that's why kinda of grant on because it seemed like he had one this year. So, yeah. You just don't know what's an eighteen year old kid exactly going to be when he when he becomes a man. And you know from a personality standpoint from a hockey player standpoint, it is such a ridiculous thing. It would be so much easier. If you could just like wait until they're twenty or twenty one before they become draft eligible, right? I'll tell you what I did recognize Steve was watching. I watched what I call the walkup okay when they do the highlight package where got the kids walking up. You got the camera on them and they leave their families, and their you know, not, not just once or twice. But about three times, I saw these kids walking up, Steve, who were like the skinniest kids I've ever seen in my life, who are getting drafted into the NHL other might be about six feet tall. But oh my kids, are brittle. What have been eating the last five years, crackers up a little bit, man. All right. The web poll is brought to you by Rb computing. We all hate when our computer laptop or phone breaks down, especially when you rely on them for work. We'll Rb computing has got you covered. Big time helping Ottawa with computer and phone repairs and doing high quality work for over twenty years, Rb, computing dot com one, oh, six Menton place in bells corners that, if you had a chance to see this, Jimmy, this, basically, on his Twitter account PK, sue ban put out a nice greeting to all the Nashville fans, treated him so well over the last three years after he'd gotten word that he'd been traded to jersey. It was lovely and everything all the thank yous. You know, he's, he's tearing up or anything like that, but he's really heartfelt. And then immediately, does this, and then goes into New Jersey Devils mode. I need some New Jersey Devils merge. I need all my. All my yelling at his dog by the pool Lucy. We're going to New Jersey, the souvenirs coming baby quite something, I'm not sure what to make of PK, sue ban. I'm not a. You know, I I've heard from some guys he's he's, he's a pain in the ice on the on their teams. You know, that, that is just a little too much sort of thing. But but then when he was in Montreal. So couple teams ago when is in Montreal the guy up and gave ten million bucks to the hospital. I don't know if you remember that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was incredible credible thing, the guy did. So I'm gonna well all bets are off. You're, you know that's the Trump card. Well, I think this deal goes down, Jimmy is that, you know, it's not so much that there were any issues with PK sue, Ben and Nashville. I think there's some people who think that sue ban. Maybe you know, in terms of production is I don't wanna sees loss to step, but, you know, he's, he's just been okay. The last couple of years by his standards. And there are those who believe that Nashville is now amping up to try and sign Matt new Shane on free agency day, and so they need the money to try and do that. And they decided okay we're pretty good. Good for defense. They do have a very, very deep blue line. So sacrifice this and go and get a guy like Matt to Shane. Yeah. And I get that. I get that. But all that being said, you know, this guy was was a franchise guy, you know, he was at the forefront of the NHL for, for many years as a player and played played fantastic hockey. So I just always wonder I always wonder when he does get to a team and everyone's going this, this is unbelievable. We can ride this for a long time with this guy is great bub-bubba. Then the end up trading him. So it always makes me wonder a little bit now. That's fair. I mean, I think those whispers were certainly there in Montreal. The PK sue ban. Experience was taken up a little too much oxygen in the dressing room that was kind of the buzz that was going on. I don't feel like that's necessarily the case on this. When the guy makes a lot of money he's gonna make ten million dollars for the next well next year. Anyway, I guess is looking into salary right now. It drops down a little bit. Two eight million for the next two. So still that's twenty six million dollars still owed for this guy over the next three years. So that if he's if he's lost a bit, and they're looking for Matt Duchenne. I guess, Nashville decided now is the time to make a deal. Sure. Okay. Okay. But I agree with what you're saying about that assessment of Montreal with some of those guys. So good luck to him. Loyalties are low thin. I love Nashville. But I like jersey baiter. Maybe. Yeah. The mayor of Toronto, and the superfan, whose name escapes me at the moment. He's the fellow that has the turban that was highly profiled throughout the entire, raptors playoffs. The two of them got together on Saturday and held a news conference. And it wasn't to do anything else except to tell Toronto Raptors fans not to bug. Hawaii, Leonard is if you see him on the street, and I was like the mayor of Toronto's got nothing else to worry about this. This is the thing that yes to that's just the stupidest thing I've ever heard. The stupidest thing I've ever heard John Tory. Right. The mayor Toronto and the good guys Morphing into Stephen Colbert. You noticed that he looks like him, but he's, he's, he's a really well-spoken guy, and he came to town here, a couple of times that I ended up emceeing, the gigs couple luncheons or dinner and lunch or something he was a, he was a keynote guy super bright guy soup. You know, funny engaging guy. And, and can speak like Martin Luther King man, the guy he's, he's really good. But this whole deal is for, for a pretty grounded guy, you know, he's not he's not a maniac like some of these political leaders. He's not crazy. That's the honest dumbest request John I've ever heard. You know that please, we'd better have this press conference to to ask fans to leave alone. What, what are they camping out in front of his condo, or what, what are they doing? Are they know they some at Home Depot is a crazy thing? Apparently he showed up at the Blue Jays game. The other day it was fine. You know, people are people mall, a little bit when he went out in public, but had security and stuff like that. I, I, I don't know where that's coming from any NBA market, that he's in is going to react that way to Kawai Leonard is super star in the game. Can you imagine going to L A and mayor of LA saying, hey leave leave alone over there? If he was, you know, get people challenging them to fights everywhere. That'd be one thing. But if the. Can I take a selfie with Yukoi? No, I'm eating right now. Well, that's not the end of the world. Well, I'll tell you this. I do know this from. From hanging around Wayne, because I'm a hanger around her okay year. This year. I've been a hanger around her for thirty five years with, with the grad ski booed lick, the Gretzky bootleg for sure. And he told me one time and said he was in Montreal. When I was living in Ottawa and said, why don't you come on down? We'll have some dinner and, and, you know, it's down in back. I was in radio at the time working for, for TSN. So I went down to the dinner, and he was staying in a sort of boutique hotel small little lobby and there's another side to the story. Steve. He went upstairs to make some phone calls and I was. Piling back some Bruce. Okay and scope in the bed. He's, you know, pilots and Bruce and does open bettys, and I convinced this girl, Steve, as what I thought would be hilarious joke to come into the bathroom with me, Steve, and I was wearing, you know, like khaki pants and a golf shirt or something like that. And she had on this tight red dress with nothing on underneath STI, I could tell why said listen. Let's let's change clothes. Okay, let's, let's you put on my pants and shirt I put on that red dress. So I had this great idea that would be back sitting at the bar. Exactly where I was when Wayne left, but I'd be in a red dress, Steve. She she. She went. She went for it why you went for. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know. She went for it because there's offers that there's offers that you can't refuse. That will be one that I can refuse every day. Everybody can refuse that offer. No, she didn't. So she. Fielder. Dress off. I took my shit off and, and we it and I went and sat back at the bar way. Waiting for Wayne to come down after making some call. What did he say when he saw you? Well, he's funny. The people say, people know, okay anyway, the, the elevator doors open, and there's Wayne, and he takes two steps, and, and looks at me. Okay. And without batting an eye goes. Beer. Jimmy. Did you better? Anyway. I digress. Stevie anyway, talking about quite Leonard, and people. No, no, no, no. Wait, wait, wait. What happened to this woman? He had an know the naked hot woman in, in, in a bathroom stall, like what's going? What's happening here. Well, well here was the problem. Steve, here's the problem. Clearly she she? She looked at the big fellow and was busting a move. That's a hell of a move peeling your dress off. Okay. But in in a in a very difficult situation. Steve followed is she left. With my stuff on. Probably is an expensive little red dress. That's wow. So, so I had to I had to I found some other closer aboard some from Wayne and readdress. So that's all that's where that ended up. But. And I'm not telling you the rest. Okay. I didn't I it's not like I plowed her in the bathroom stall or anything like that. Although I've been I've been followed into many bathrooms by women Steve, who wanted. Okay. And I'm saying, no, no. I can't listen. I'm responsible respectful. Okay. I can't do that, man. That is the that I just can't I can't. I can't get my head around the concept of an absolutely gorgeous woman in a tight red dress, and then you, you walking up to her, and she agrees to go into a men's room with you. Just can't see that. What did you have to say to her to make that happen? I'll tell you. I don't know Stevie. I'll tell you how it works. It's like it's a good negotiation Steve. Okay. You need you need. You know, sometimes you need a swat team negotiator to commend. If you're gonna convince the girl to take her dress off, you, you, you need the high level, the Goshi -ation team, a good negotiation Steve is if you can always take no. Okay. So if you're prepared to take no, you're going to you're going to be an excellent negotiator and believe me, Steve, my whole life. I've been prepared every single time to take. No. Okay. On all my negotiations. You do not fear rejection. Don't fear rejection Stevie. And it's just like this. Listen sweetheart okay. Now Steve, this may want may make you wanna take your clothes off, because I'm so listen. I got an idea. Okay. Wayne's autograph. If you take your dress off. Oh, straw. I need more than that, though. No. You don't Steve? No, you don't. I've already got the Gretzky jacket from you. It's got a beautiful autograph on the buddy you need more, but most don't. So that's right. Played played a little bit Stevie right there. So did a good. It's a good negotiation. Tech sounds to me like the woman in the red dress may have gotten somebody's hotel room came just saying, I'm just saying what? All I got on that Stevie got you got. You gotta know how to negotiate right? Fair enough. Okay. I gave her four hundred. That's an expensive gag. I forgot that what the gay they're worth it worth it. So it's a great story this all started with this all started with the mayor having a press conference to leave Koi, Leonard law, which is a dumbest thing ever not going to happen. You know two things here. I remember I this happened to me more often than not where. People I know are friends of mine, who get who are excited a little bit to hear that they're gonna meet Wayne, whether we're gonna end up at a game. He's always super generous if traveling somewhere and, and I got some buddies. Who are there bring them on down all get some pictures and all that stuff? And everyone, you know, a couple of guys are always getting excited, but there's always one or two guys go just relax. You guys, okay? They'll get all fired up here. It's just a guy it's just a guy, you know, and, and, and I always go, okay. Well, we'll see when you get around, you know, and in inevitably when these people get around the, the first two guys to be freaking out and following Wayne around are the two guys said, just relax everybody. So people get up when they're around superstars there's no doubt about it. And, and that's never going to happen. You know, no one's gonna let Coalisland or walk by if you're any sort of fan at all, you know. And, and here's what happens with those guys. We, we went to dinner earlier when I was with Wayne and we go into a restaurant call ahead. You know, he'd never you can't use his name because people I it just gets on a control and we sat down at dinner and then it was just him and I and someone came over right away. Oh my God. Wayne, I can't believe you here. I'm sorry to do this. You know, I hate to enter all that shit. Right. That would really the way he could do that is. You don't have to be sorry, and you just don't interrupt. But but they can't help it. Steve. They can't help it. And in eight minutes after that. Steve, there's a lineup of thirty people at the table. Yeah. Right. They don't give a shit. They don't they don't. They don't care what you say. They don't care if it's a private moment. They are overwhelmed with the. Fact that they're in the same room as the guy and, and so you can say anything, you want John Tory. You can have any press conference you want. It's just people are, you know, they're out of their element. They're out of their element when they get around superstars and I was just I listen, I was the same for many years when I moved here, you know, I get asked how I met, Wayne and, you know, I was with Molson and we were the sponsor of the team, he, he I had to go down to the rink all the time. This is, you know, I showed up here in eighty five man how bad is this? And looking after them into letters in nineteen eighty five. Which was their heyday, you know. Anyway, the way I saw during the day at the at the rink to give giving stuff away, I saw him at lunch because we had the lunches, a lot of press conferences, were held at the brewery in and then that night I gave the Molson Cup and then later on that night, it was at the bar by myself. And I, I was alone out here, I, I wasn't lonely and there was Wayne again. I waved him over right over and he's sort of like me over there. Yeah. Come on over, and I said, what are you a Stocker some? Some. Right. And he laughed and said love above a blog. What are you doing where you from, you know, super nice and said you like golf? I said, love golf, you cell phone and the next day a phone you the next day and tomorrow, and we're gonna play golf, and I said, okay. Okay. And anyway, I was driving home that night, and I was eft up from that whole thing back in the day I was going. You just ask me to play golf. And as it ended up, he phoned the next day, our secretaries hung up on him because he said, it's Wayne Gretzky him. Look for Jim Rome show, whatever and hung up Krankl, and then he phoned back under different and we and we played golf that day. But, but it was I was never comfortable around him when it first happened. And he, he is. Very down to earth guy. But but but he was a superstar. You know, and it took me months to sort of settle down to be normal around it. Right. Then, and that's that's going to happen. That's not gonna happen. This guy quite Leonard just brought an NBA title to to Toronto. So listen, John Tory. You know why did you what, maybe what you should have done is prepared. Prepared the city for the two million people that we're going to show up the next day. You know how that one Mr. Tori your worship? Yep. No, that's fair. We've got to go. We're going to call it today, right there. My friend, any final thoughts. I've just off to dinner with my children, Steve. So I gotta run upstairs and throw on the red dress. Robbo. Find final thoughts. That's only. Try it, Steve. Tried. Good night, everybody. We'll see your seconds away from the random moment of hoopla reminder if you'd like to be patriotic member of our show. It's an amazing way that you can help us out and support the show, and we really appreciate it so much. It comes with cool benefits like our upcoming members only draw Friday on the links, plus shout out to the start of an upcoming show. There's going to be discounts on things you need. 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EPISODE 015 - TAMPA IS DONE, TODD MCLELLAN, FIGHT ETIQUETTE, ANNE MURRAY VS EMINEM
"The columbus. Blue jackets have had zero playoff success in their history. In fact, let me add up all this series. They've won in their history and carry the one zero zero playoff wins. So they draw the Tampa Bay Lightning in round one the presidents trophy champions. Really one of the best NHL teams. I've ever seen one of the best teams in history. No weaknesses. Not only has Columbus sucked ass in their playoff history. But they actually finished thirty points behind Tampa Bay this season thirty so what happens in the course of six days. Not only does Columbus. Pull off this shocking upset to get out of the first round for the very first time. But they sweep Tampa they dominate Tampa. Unreal it appears that Tampa never quite got over that game one collapsed blowing a three nothing lead. Lead from that moment on it was like Tampa was literally taking that Columbus goal cannon right in the face. And is that a good reminder of why gambling on sports is a terrible terrible idea. Everybody. Welcome to the Steve Warne project phases magazine today, we're gonna talk about former Oilers head coach Todd McLellan getting a new gig with the LA kings five years twenty five million dollars is he worth that is any coach worth that lost to get into fighting in the NHL and all it's stupid little nuances. Let's begin with some project member schotz, we got cream. Erica industries. Mark de Eric Rosenquist, Lou Gibbons and g money. Thanks to all you guys if you'd like to be a member get the shouts plus other cool benefits as well. Like hanging out with us. Check out the member the member page rather at Steve w project dot com. And by the way, our title sponsor faces magazine, it's Ottawa sports lifestyle and entertainment magazine offered free across eastern Ontario in their tenth year, proud to be a one hundred percent Ottawa owned and operated, they tell Ottawa's best stories faces MAG dot CA. And the folks at Jim k Ford or here to help with the new. New at home test drive eleven a busy life. They can help. They'll bring the test drive right to you, home or work. Whatever works for you. Book T off I book your book your at home test drive today. Jim k Ford dot com. Jim came forward. You vill drive in Orleans, James. How are apparently I'm thinking about golf season? Hang on. Steve. I got a new intro. I don't arou-. Must be a circus in doubt. Chuck whose win. Yeah. Would you think that easily among the top ten worst ideas you've ever had? Oh, no, man. That was good. That was good. That was good. I even did a little fado at the end was a little quick. Well, again, I think you referenced this when I said Kaluka lay in past episode in the interest. You said let's put the listeners. So our Email address Steve w project at outlook dot com. Do you think what Jim just did? There is a good idea for an intro. Let's get down to business on time to play around. With is this must be soukous. In town will shut the shit down on these clowns. Can I get a witness? Hell, yeah. This is like grandma again, they said grandpa getting up on the dance floor. It's somebody's wedding. No, this is Eminem. Man. It's a bit of an oldie. I know, but you're you. You're the grandpa. I'll tell you what. Steve. Although that was an exceptional intro ever since I started doing this podcast with you a bunch of weird shit's going on in my house, set guys. Well, up the podcast the other the furnace stopped. I told you that right? Okay. So I gotta I gotta get the furnace. Vic the whole cotrol panel went Steve a little weird. So he brought a guy and you didn't try the do it yourself remedy. I call I call the guy I was going to nail me for five hundred or something going to really give it to me. Okay. It's going to cost half apogee note. And then I go to warm up my coffee, Stephen I put my coffee in the microwave, and it goes to kiss and shuts off. So my microwaves gone now. No, furnaces go and my two cats sugar and Joey are starting to try and do each other all day long in the house while the podcast is on. Oh, they're not fixed. I did that. And they're trying to plow each other like nobody's business like there's no tomorrow steam ever since the podcast start did Joey's testicles grow back. I don't know. You know, what I think happened a bunch of my Cialis is missing Steve a bunch of my Cialis missile. Oh, yeah. They works on cats. Well, apparently, okay. Apparently, I'm telling you these these guys these guys the two of them. It's embarrassing. Steve I looked down. I mean, they don't go in behind a chair or anything. They're just out in the open in the living room floor trying to hammer each other all day long weird. It's funny. Your car ear that your coffee incident. Remind. Good me of like our current. Now is is on the Fritz like the needle broke on it. So I've actually got to take the bottom of the pod and take a big screw and Basha screw through the bottom. So the coffee is somewhere to go. That's exactly what my cats are doing. They're just back. Bashing a big screw. Get all ties in its full circle. But they're not actually not having the kitty coitus, though, are they see they're trying to have sex with each other. Okay. Is what's happened? It's impossible, though, if one of them has their testicles removed, there'd be no interest in it would their absolute. That's the way it's supposed to be. But they put the headset on a flip the mic on. And all of a sudden, they're just you're going at each other bound chick about Powell they're pretty excited. You know about the podcast. Let's jump in ladies and gentlemen. Waco at wasn't ordeal. That it was let's start a little bit with the NHL. Todd McLellan was there as head coach for a while and got fired a couple of years ago replaced by Ken, Hitchcock and McLaughlin was found himself. A new gig. He's the head coach of the Los Angeles Kings. And what I don't get is the kind of money, they're chucking around. It's a five year contract worth around twenty five million dollars. And they said, it's depending on bonuses. But that's call it around five million dollars. And my immediate thought was is that guy worth five million dollars? And I jumped to the next level and goes, and I go is any head coach worth the five six million dollars. That's being chucked around these days. Like, what is the value of a coach? I think we're getting beyond it. Well, although say it again that the bonuses are part of the structure. So I've always been a big fan of why don't we don't we, you know, load up these contracts with bonuses is how I would like to see it and team bonuses team bonuses, not not Indies. You don't want to go the Indies because it could it could screw up a guy trying to trying to score a couple more goals, and it might mean five hundred grand or something. So I don't talk McLean was here. I met him a couple of times, and he is one of the most low key guys. I know he's I think he's a farmer from scratch Juan. He he sounds like one. He's. Doesn't really like being around people too much the sense. I was getting from him. Anyway. So I think you'll get eaten up in L A. But I don't mean by I don't mean by the fans or any. They're just I think you'll hate living there. The people have been getting five six it's been Joel Quenneville. It's Mike Babcock and close Julianne got to that level as well. So it's it's happening and isn't that? But when I see a guy like Todd McClellan, that's not a guy that's one any Stanley Cups or anything, and he's making this kind of money. Now, it's starting to seem like if you're just a half decent coach a good coach. That's the new the new level into certainly for a team like the Ottawa Senators they're gonna have to reevaluate where they're going with their coaching game plan because it was it was probably three four years ago or Eugene Melnyk was asked about a five million dollar a year contract for a coach. This is right around the time that Bruce Boudreau is being considered potentially. They ended up hiring Gibo shea, and he was said to be making around one million dollars. When they asked him about five mil goes, well, I might do that. But does he walk on water? Right. I think you're dealing now with five five million a year is if it's not already it's now the cost of doing business to have a half decent head coach with some experience. But what is a coach worth to a team in terms of how many wins he contributes to a team? How much does he actually contribute to the overall success at hockey Canada? Let's say, for example, they've got some guy who's taken all the certifications. He's the best guy ever. Really nice guy wonderful communicator, really great at getting players organized an efficient out there. You know? He wouldn't have the experience granted, and he'd some things to learn. But how many more winds would McClellan have for the L A kings this year, then that guy? Well, first couple of things, what's a million bucks. What's what's a couple of million extra, you know, to pay your coach your idea of hiring a really successful amateur coach. If the guy was good. So he comes in for a song. Okay. We're gonna pay him. Seven hundred and fifty grand if the guy wins the Stanley Cup Steve that deals over. So I don't I don't even I don't even blink anymore. When I hear about how much some guys getting paid mega. So you'll get mushed together for sure, but I'm just in. I'm still in the mode of getting my head around it. Because players I understand players. They're the guys that are out there performing. They're the ones that fans go to see. And I guess I would I would restore the question. How many more wins is Todd McClellan worth to the L A kings than just a bottom end guy. And you know, again, any owner can of course, you're right. They can spend whatever the hell they want to make it fifty million. I just I find it a curiosity, and I'm just a wonder about it. I wonder how many more winds that a Todd McLellan would be. Then guy of never heard of. Is it five wins? Is it six? I I mean, I can't be that many. And then you start thinking about it. Okay. Is that we're five million dollars? I have Steve I've just just on the. Spot in a split second thought of fantastic marketing idea. Okay. You're a sense fan. Robinsons fan you. So I've got an idea how an owner could offset the DOE that he would have to pay a coach without him paying it himself. I've got an idea, but still give the guy the five mil if the owner went to you, Steve and said, Steve here's the price of the season's tickets this year, you got you bought a pair and their two hundred ticket. So that's four hundred for a game times. Forty home games. What he into sixteen. Jeez. Okay. You're into sixteen thousand for a pair of tickets, Steve if I could guarantee. Okay, you're you're prepared to pay the sixteen Steve. Sure. Right. Of course. So everyone's paying sixteen thousand ticket if you went to the fan base and said, okay, if I tell you what I'll keep the prices at sixteen thousand okay, I'll keep your your seasons. Ticket pair of seasons tickets at that price. But if I was going. To guarantee you a Stanley Cup this year. Would you pay seventeen five next year? Steve. Yeah. Of course. You would. Yeah. A Stanley Cup versus not winning the Stanley Cup. Yeah. So if I win a Stanley Cup if we win a Stanley Cup. You've. Agreed. You're going to sign it. You're going to do a two year deal. Okay. I'll give you the tickets at sixteen this year will hold the price. But if we win a Stanley Cup. Okay. It's seventeen five or eighteen thousand pair or nineteen or twenty grand. And you would do them. Yeah. There we go. There we go Steve. There we go. And I've got that Doda pay the coach to pay the coaches bonuses. So you're saying, well, you know, where does it stop? And the owner the owners can't afford that. Or they wanna go find another guy who do it for nothing, you go to the fans go to the fans, and it offsets the cost I suppose, I'm just a little bit sensitive on this particular issue is because I am a sense fan and eight I mean, it's just it's just one more thing where the sends kind of been priced out of the market. You know, when we talked about five million dollars with the owner of this ends this is like three or four years ago. Five million dollars was on common for an NHL head coach. Now like we say with Todd McClellan getting his five million a year. It takes them out of the market of. Okay coaches. Yeah. But you don't know how often Steve I've seen responses from fans in in a bad market when a team's going back owners, for example, people around the world had way bigger expectations than what the Oilers have done in the last couple of years. They had a good run there when they lost Anaheim. I think in the second round of few years ago, but since then they've been shit. Okay. And you will get fans with absolute vitriol Steve saying I have supported this team for I've been season ticket holder since day one. Okay. And I'll tell you what I deserve a lot better effort from those players tonight for all the money. I've paid okay. This is disgusting. Disgusting that I have to lay down sixteen to twenty thousand for two tickets, and all we and we got this performance tonight. You know, it's unfair. Well, if that's the case, then we'll you pay me a bunch more money for your tickets. If we if I start to whip through a bunch of rounds of the playoffs, you know. I'm onto something Stevie. I'm onto something. I don't really track. What the prices of season tickets are from year to year. But it certainly is my impression that season ticket prices go up win or lose. You have a terrible season. Another even after the senators go thirtieth place, and then thirty first place this year, even after two rotten years like that they're still situations where I think the season ticket prices have gone up. So those hikes seemed to be happening. Anyway, we come back a little bit about hockey fighting, and and all the nonsense around it. I may be in the process of converting because I was my whole life. I've been a fan of fighting in the NHL, but I may be falling off that bandwagon. I don't want to talk a little bit about our title sponsor faces magazine, it's Ottawa sports lifestyle and entertainment magazine offered free across eastern Ontario faces in their tenth year proud to be one hundred percent Ottawa owned and operated, they tell some of Ottawa's best stories some great sense features as well. Check it out at faces MAG dot CA and lives busy. And the folks Jim k four to here to help with a new ad home. Test drive the bring the test drive right to you, home or work, whatever's best for you. You're at home test drive today. Jim k four dot com. You vill drive in Orleans us. Oh Carolina in their last game beat Washington five nothing. That's a bit of a cost though. Because rod Brindamour had a big problem with a fight that went down in that game. And I think a lot of people did a nineteen year old Andre fetch nico- of was the second overall draft pick in the last draft same when Brady could shook was anyone fourth overall? And he was absolutely Kayode by caps, captain, Alex, Ovechkin Ovechkin afterwards said that it was fetching a cough that asked him to fight and rod Brindamour, the Carolina coach doesn't seem very convinced of that. And so it gets into the whole issue of like, what's an appropriate fight to take all these little in. Intangibles about fighting on top of should they be fighting at all like so in this case, fetch Nicole is nineteen he's forty pounds lighter than Ovechkin. He's like, I don't know probably about fifteen years younger and the guy's never fought in his life. He's played ninety games in the NHL never fought before. And Brindamour his assertion is that he's pretty sure that Ovechkin knew that fact, and so he said that stuff. Absolutely bothers me it gets down to the hockey code on top of it like even you get beyond should there be fighting in the NHL. But then there's the discussion about oh is that guy allowed to fight that guy to me if there's if you've decided this fighting in the NHL, then that's the end of it. They stop with the gray area. You're a player your player in the league and the league allows its ago on the Ovechkin. What's the other guy's name? Let's let's let's you've got me a vodka. What is what's his new? Well, figure the noise you make when you vomit at night, switch switch. Switch Nick off Fitna Kopf. Right. Let's mccart. What's really weird is normally of if your teammates Ovechkin teammates if they saw him about to get in a mixer that usually be about nine guys right over the boards to go kick, the shit out of the other guy. Yeah. I think anybody if somebody on the other team who was an acknowledged tough guy. You certainly would have seen an intervention still. It's it's odd that if I'm coaching right now in the playoffs with Ovechkin I'm going to do not drop your gloves. Dude, do not drop your gloves. You know in any event. I give the kid the kids got a lot of jam to take that guy on Ovechkin eventually doesn't get in a bunch of fights. Right. No. But it's clearly a situation where guys picking his spot like, oh, it's a I'm being challenged by you know, a guy who weighs. Same amount as me as a strong guy. Ovechkin skating away from that fight one hundred percent of the time in this case. It was a nineteen year old wiry kid who by the way idolizes Ovechkin and it looked like he wanted to go and Ovechkin only took that fight because he knew he could win. You know, the fact that kid could've really got hurt because he's smashed his head when he went down. That's that's part of the deal. You know, it doesn't it doesn't happen. I'm you know, oddly enough that that players don't get really badly hurt when the fighting does happen. So it's the odd case where this guy might have got concussed that Steve, of course, is a whole different discussion about players coming into the league. And then and then suing the league or going after the league for having concussions. I got I got lots to say about that. When the time comes, but you know, the answer here this kid challenges me I'm in the playoffs. Ovechkin has two options to fight them or to turn around and not fight him and skate away regular season. Steve, okay. Regular. Season. I don't think Ovechkin stake in the fight. He's gonna say piss off get out of here before it kill you. But during the playoffs different deal, and there's also the angle of another fight that happened. It was a vendor. Cain taking on Ryan Reeves this in the San Jose Vegas series. And kane. Hughes. He did really. Well, he did really well in the fight. And he's a big guy for a skill guy. Ryan rates is you know, he's a good skater for an enforcer. But he's one of the toughest Hombre in all the NHL and Kane did okay and the fight. And this would Kane said afterward for the so-called toughest guy in the league. I don't know if he landed a punch at times, I thought I was fighting the Muffin, man. A man that man, I know the Muffin man who lives on relating to you know, them of man. Well, again, we're talking about it. The last show, I think, you know, creating a distraction for the next game. You know, the little a little backwards shot or a little direct Zinger in the press after you know, maybe maybe it'll create something throw the kid off his game. I think the situation is that I have to endure the nonsense over and over again as a hockey fan of guys throwing body checks and doing it as cleanly as they. Humanly can but because the other guy just doesn't happen to be ready for it. A perfect shoulder. Check engages the head because he goes through them like a hot knife through butter because the guy wasn't ready and he gets a concussion. Oh, you've given me a three game suspension for that. Why? Because I was targeting the head. I I really wasn't. But okay, we're trying to cut down on concussions a targeted the head. What the fuck targets? They had more than taking my fist, and smashing it into the side of your head has always been the weirdest thing ever when they when the league starts to address the fighting thing, I agree with you one hundred percent, I agree with you one hundred percent on that that you got to you know, you got to pick your stand here your stance leak on it. You know, so becomes sort of ludicrous that they're going to speak out against fighting for exactly what you said for exactly what you said, you know, that. You know, a guy could could cross check a guy in the head. Right. We'll just suspend them. I just wish we get to a place where the the rules are black and white like, okay. Fighting is allowed or not allowed. Because again, you look at that evanger Cain. Ryan Reeves fight Joe Thornton. After it went down kind of implied that Reeves shouldn't be taking a fight like that. He said, oh, it's tough to see Ryan go down like that against a thirty goal score. Hopefully, I'll have better luck. Next time like evanger Kane is one of the tougher skill guys in all the NHL, and so he can handle himself. But the implication there is that Reeves being maybe the toughest guy in the NHL shouldn't be fighting thirty goal score. At all. I'm just I'm weary of all these little intangibles that go with it on top of everything else is Ovechkin allow defied a nineteen year old or not while you both on the league or not other rules that allow fighting or not it just I just got to the point now where I'm fatigue. I've always I've always been. Worried if my kid ever got into hockey, whether to take them fight or not, you know, I'm I'm the guy who teaches my kid you don't one time. I did a show. I did I did a rock show for awhile member. When I left the station a couple of years, and I did I worked for K Rocco here. We started talking about bullying in the in the on the morning show. And it became a very lively debate. I I worked with an absolute maniac. This guy was on like certify ably insane. This guy that I worked with and he was talking about how he taught his son taekwondo, and all these karate and all this stuff. He's got his black belt and he said, so if any kid ever gives him a hard time in the school yard. At at eleven or twelve years old, my son now can can inform and a half seconds can cripple the guy, you know. And I'm teaching them. That's what you do. If you get faced with this. Okay. That you're gonna you're going to you know, I for an eye to for you're going to take them on. And I have the take that I taught my kids because if they're going to be like me, you know, my own fight story. I said look at turn and walkaway man, turn and walk away. If you can and and they were they were calling me an idiot saying what? So what if your son gets punched in the head? You're going to tell them to turn and walk away. And I said, yes, yes, I am, you know, back in the old days. Diva was just a fistfight. Now, I'm concerned that you might get knifed or something like that. Anyway, that was my take. Okay, that you should turn and walk away. That's what I'm teaching my kids. Steve that take that. I had. Okay. There was about I'll tell you. How many people agreed with me on that one too? Okay. And we had the phone ringing off the hook and emails. We had mother's mothers phoning us. Thing. I'll tell you what if I got bullied on the bus on the way home from school the next day. I would walk them to the bus stop. I would be there waiting for him or be there in the morning when it came time to get on the bus. I would get on the bus with that kid, and I would get them to point out who the kid was who bullied him. I would find that kid. I would grab them by the back of the head and I would smash his face into the metal bar on the seat in front of me. You know? So it's fighting Steve is is crazy. What people think about fighting most of them most of them like it. So hockey should be no exception. You know, and I'm not lying the biggest response in that whole bullying thing was absolutely. You know, if your son gets bullied teach him how to really hurt the other guy. No, I certainly agree with that. I mean, I I do think I agree with you. I think people the majority of them do get a kick out of finding the people that buy tickets to hockey games. I would say there are more people who like the fighting, then don't like the fighting if you wanted to stop fighting and. Hockey. Do do it like college does. Right. They gotta wear the full cage. Don't they I know in don't you? If you play university hockey or called chalky, isn't it a full Kate's that everyone wears her? Can you just go at the half visor? No, it's full cage. Right. So no one's gonna fight a guy with with with his helmet on. So then the people say, well, then you gotta you gotta pull your helmet off. You know, if you're gonna stand to fight. So what the league can do to prevent that ac-. You gotta wear full cages. And if you take your helmet off you're getting thrown out of the game. There'll be no fights, there'd be no fights at all. I'm rolling here today Stevie, I really am my marketing idea. Okay. The stuff, you know, what? It's unbelievable. It's unbelievable that I could go this long without talking about broads and really have some exceptional takes exceptional. You are amazing. Just ask you. That's fabulous. You mentioned the nauseam Qadri thing. What did you what did you think of him cadre? He's in a situation where they didn't give him a specific number like he got suspended. Yes. But he got suspended for the rest of the series. Which could in fact, be two games while three games. If you include the Toronto wind to make it a two one series lead for them. But the rest of the series could could be a very small number. Now could be a if it gets to game seven then. Now, you're looking at five games. But I don't know to me. It's like suspend the guy for what he deserves. Don't. Sort of willy nilly say. Now, you're gone for the rest of this series. They have they've never got a quite right. Have. They was suspensions. They still haven't. Right. There's always there. There's no good and bad. There's. You know ups and downs about it. There's a you know, what a suspension should be over this play over that played. They'd never have really got it quite right? But I so I don't know about that. I I'm not sure what you can do. But for guy gets five games against five games. And I agree with you. You know, the fact he's playing a different team after that. Well, that is not do what a suspension, they do it all the time. You know, you never play team two days in a row two games in a row in the regular season. So what they should do Steve. Okay. Nasim county crosschecks that guy in the face. So they should just say, okay. Brooke? Gave penalty. Now, you get up against the boards. We're gonna set this up again. And we're going to our guys come up and get a free shot a free crosscheck rice the team can go by and every guy can review in the bag on the way by ten punishment again. Yes. Back to the. That's right. That's right. Yeah. I get into all kinds of you know, really archaic medieval-type punishments. Bring medieval times to the National Hockey League. I think that's not a bad play every every torture. You've seen in game of thrones. For example, God can implement that in the NHL. If I if I found a way to get game of thrones in every episode, so far, I know. I know it's terrible. It's like Seinfeld. He's got superman in every single Seinfeld episode. You know that I ever did. I never did look for it. Okay. I will superman. Yeah. You're right. That's what they should do you. Get to take a free shot at the guy can't going to call it. We're gonna call it a day right there. How about that? We'll tell you gotta put my cats in a cage right now. Steve frigging going out at again right now league actual penetration. Well, Steve I don't get down there. Like like like a wrestling referee with my face on the ground looking. You know, I'm not I'm not giving Joey the eight count here. Okay. When sugars lying on his back and joys jumping on her. I don't see. Okay. I don't get down there too. What a question from you. Is there actual penetration between your two cats? One of them's supposed to not have testicles. So I'm just really kind of fascinated how he's just powered through and still wants the intercourse. I can't find my testicle sometimes to Stephen, and I can still be a little Randy once in a while. Sometimes I can't find my testicles they go away. And so but in a jar what? No, although I did crush my. I think I told her one time when I was in grade seven, Steve I was getting up to get dressed to go to school in the morning and the the the drawers on my dresser. It was a little child's dresser. So it was about well penis height. Steve. Open the drawer leaned in the closet right in the tip of the penis. I shut Dr Steve on the tip of my penis. Can I get a little here would love? I'm not giving you love. I'm not giving anything it made it all swollen deserved. It. I deserve getting drawer slammed on my penis. When I was when I was in grade seven. Yes, it was I didn't know you at that age. But I'm going to go ahead and say, yes. If you would have you would have been all the they're slamming the door back and forth going here. Let's get the whole penis. Let's get all of it. You're the kid that doesn't back. So why wouldn't I do that? We'd bullied the heroin. You try to get my whole peanuts. Steve I can tell you right now would take a long time. Down the business are gonna play my song. Again, I'm gonna play it again. No, you're not this'll be this will upset you Steve. Because I still cause us to give me shit about this all the time. What's that? And well upset me when you didn't like. Yeah. And Murray baby. Yeah. Let me put the microphone. Oh, man. Terrible. Could you know, all this talk about fighting the snowbirds Steve? Makes me one. Singh. Everybody. Now, Steve come on. Let me hear it. You got a good voice. For the chorus. He thought that was worse. Ores listeners to sing along. The things that I could. Then. Sports, and whatever is the name of the show. Come out Stevie singalong. No here we go. Spend time you wings and fly away. Let me hear you and take the snow back with you. On that day. I grow weary. Why Anne Murray like anything from a million years would have been good? Little Eminem, which it's getting a little long in the tooth. But still, okay and worry in Tyson. Warded none of that. I'll tell you what. 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PI Education and Tennessee Private Investigator Hal Humphreys
"The Inter Mountain. Pi podcast follows the real life exploits investigative tips and insightful advice of private investigators Scott Fulmer the principal at Inter Inter Mountain. Pi and author of the critically acclaimed true crime. Memoir Confessions of a private eye. The names locations and other identifying details have been changed to protect protect the privacy of individuals the innocent and the guilty as a private investigator. It's easy to get stuck in the endless list cycle of work in particular the daily Minutia of phone calls reports and dealing with difficult clients. You can spend so much time working working on your business that you can't work on yourself in other words reading books and watching Webinars as well as listening to podcasts or becoming a CF. Not or Cli Jim. Rohn said quote formal education will make you a living self. Education will make you a fortune. Close quote this week on the Inter Mountain. Pi Continuing Education for private investigators. With how Humphries the one guy that's made it his mission in life WCHS. ooh ooh broadcasting from the crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City. You're listening to the Inter into mountain. Pi podcast here's your host celebrated Utah Private investigator Scott Fulmer. Welcome back to the PODCAST. I'm Scott Fulmer a a private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye. You can find my book on Amazon and you can find me on the web at. WWW DOT inter mountain on P I dot Com. You're listening to episode number thirty one. Pi Education and Tennessee private investigator. How Humphries to begin with? How can I talk about continuing education for private investigators aside from operating find investigations? 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The of professional sleuths is also a platform for sharing innovative ideas and old school Gumshoe know-how in fact pursued magazine is the nexus for all things continuing canoeing education in the world including book reviews free articles and marketing tips. You should be checking out. Its content on a monthly basis edition. How is the host of the sound of pursuit? podcast probably one of the best private investigator. podcasts it's official PODCASTS. At Pursuit magazine and it covers covers random stories from investigators plus interesting topics and best practices. You can find it at pursuit. MAG DOT COM soundcloud. Or wherever. You get your podcasts. If you go to the show notes at www dot inter mountain pi dot com. For this podcast episode. You'll be able to click on an episode. How is is also owner an educational director at Pi Education and education offers quality continuing education for private investigators not to mention the courses are accepted by about seventeen states for continuing education credits? Moreover the online courses include everything from Ethics and Oh sent to identity theft courses is available through education started at about fifty dollars going up to about one hundred and eighty five and I think the average is about one hundred and thirty dollars a course and finally the Pi. Hi Education Youtube Channel. This is something you really don't WanNa Miss. They offer free monthly webinars. Talk about these resources and more on this episode of the Inter Mountain. Pi So let's get to know education and Tennessee private investigator. How Humphries how welcome to the show? Thanks Scott Glad to be here. Well I appreciate your time and you're Located in Nashville Tennessee. Is that correct. That's right I wanNA spend a lifetime just north of there at Fort Campbell Kentucky. So I'm familiar with Nashville. Oh bless your cotton socks. Well we're GONNA talk about Continuing Education Nation today in the private investigation industry. You are very involved in. It's it's A passion of yours. I wanted to Kinda I discuss in general in terms of continuing education. Why is it necessary in the private investigation industry? What's the big deal? Well there. It's a two fold the answer number one. Many states require continuing education of private investigators. And that's the first answer. Is You know for those that have licenses in states where required. It's just something you have to do. The broader context of continuing education. I think it's really important for professionals to stay on top of Kurt Practices Current Best Practices methods and techniques. And the only way to stay on top of those things is through education. Now you can do self education and research and do things on your own and that's totally fine. Education provides and An online portal for you to go get education on possibly some topics you hadn't considered before and all the information. Is there for you to kind of go through without spending a lot of time doing the research and I just kind of been a broader sense in a we we we run. Pi The education. I have a business partner by the name of Jim McLeod and Jim and I own a business called story board. Which is the parent company of Pge Gatien? We also provide side Online education for real estate appraisers and a real estate agents and other professions where people are required to maintain continuing take a to keep their license up to date. I have found that you know traveling to conferences took get your continuing education is a great thing to do it is expensive you know. I'm a sole practitioner. I as a private investigator. I'm kind of the only guy in the office and for me to travel to get my continuing education. I've got to pay airfare or pay my safe self mileage mileage up got to rent a hotel room for the night. I've got to pay for the conference. I've got to pay for meals while I'm there. It's just really. It can be onerous on top of that while at that conference. I'm not working and making money so slam appointed is kind of a double whammy for self employed people to to travel and do this thing. I'm not saying don't do them. I think it's really useful to go to conferences and meet with your peers and Blair I on people that we're we're all in the same business and and network and do those things but when you need education and you don't have the time or resources assist to travel online. Continue Education is a really good option. It is and you've really made it available for the industry and we're GONNA talk about about the different things that you do. You know. Many moons ago. I attended a tally conference. That was my first drive. Investigator conference at for those who don't know it's Texas Association Association of licensed Investigators Kelly Riddle and all the good people down there. And you know it's it's a great perspective. Because like you I I do have people. I work with but primarily. It's me in the office. It's me running everything and so you get this isolation that you feel when you go about doing your business and you you can get tied up in just the the daily Minutia of billing and reports and and phone calls and everything that you need to do that you forget. There's a big world out there of of other Pi's and so. When I went to that first conference it was amazing I saw professionals in suits and from different places in Texas and from other parts of the US that were very professional that were very skilled in. So if anything at the very least it was kind of a good boost motivation to continue work on my own personal progress so to speak Yeah I've traveled to conferences all over the country and I still do it on a regular basis A Lot five times now. I'm going to Pi Conferences as a presenter as speaker. I love doing that but also you know every at least every other year if if not every year I try to go to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Conference which is a really large conference is upwards of three thousand. People were at the conference last last year in the primary benefit for doing something like that is just as you said to realize that there are other people out there doing this work and a and we all have similar struggles similar obstacles and similar Things that we face on a daily basis. And it's just nice to get that kind of reassurance that yeah you're doing a good job yeah had a boss years and years ago. WHO said If you ever need to know you're you're doing a good job. Just reach your right arm up above your head you can bend it over and Pat Yourself on the back so sometimes we have to do that. Yeah so let's talk about pursuit magazine. This is kind of the nexus of all things continuing doing education for For private investigators in your world we will talk about. Pi Education here shortly but everything Pretty much can be accessed by going to pursuit magazine which is an online community. Tell us a little bit about what that is so pursuit magazine Is is an online magazine Zine for private investigators and you know it's a bit of a misnomer in that. We don't print a hard copy of the magazine. Probably the more realistic description. Never be. It's it's an online blog for private investigators that is contributed to by investigators around the country so pursuit magazine as you said is kind of our our front of the House operation the the thing that we use to share content gather leads for education. It's a soft cell we we don't we don't use pursuit magazine to really push hard the PI education business but it is the first thing you see on the right hand side of the screen when you open pursue magazine. There's an ad for piano -cation so it's the front of the house is the way we engage with private investigators across the country and you know education is certified and I think think seventeen states I think there may be nineteen states that require continuing education. I'm not exactly sure number. You can double check that but not all. States states require continuing education for private investigators. Some of the states require continuing education do not allow online education which I think is a a bit shortsighted but I understand that but pursuit magazine is a resource for investigators across the country. That don't have to have have continuing education. I think still to this day. California does not require continuing education for private investigators. I know they have tried a number of times times to get that through the legislature. I don't know where they are with it right now. There's one group of investigators that are just dead set against the notion of requiring continuing education. And there's another set of investigators really really wanted to be a requirement either way investigators from California can go under pursuit magazine and find a wealth of information. Nations can be helpful in their business. And it's a way to see kind of what people around the country are dealing with we've got contributors from Utah. Aw Texas New York Georgia Tennessee kind of all over the country California. And it's a really good kind of clearing house of information for Prov. Investigators I gotta say. I'm really proud of pursuit magazine. I think it's a it's a good looking. It's a useful it's it's an informative resource and I'm I'm I'm proud of proud of the work that Kim Green the editor for pursuit magazine does I think she does a fantastic job of wrangling articles out of people glen and putting good content up there for private investigators. She's an article wrangler. I guess that's what she does. Among other things among many other. Yes yes you talked about pursuit being a blog and perhaps by definition it is but it's much more than that. I don't want people get the wrong impression. They needed pursuit. Shoot MAG DOT COM and check it out. There are numerous free articles on different types of investigations different types of talk of topics marketing really excellent let content and as we mentioned it's free and it's It's a really great way to I mean Private Biscuit should be checking on it at least monthly to see what what's going going on with pursuit magazine and just just looking at it. I don't I don't go to pursue magazine as often as I should but you know looking at it it across the top. There's the little kind of drop down toolbar. And you've got the business the life the pitch the repository the wire the business under that. There's there's a tab for investigations and those are all articles just kind of general about investigations. There's one for security for bail enforcement for Serbs a process or skip trace. We've got these things kind of categorize an easy to get through your way. So and then you've got the live you got profiles of private investigators cross country. I'm just kind of fun to read and see what's going on The pitch which is basically about marketing how to sell Your Business But again there are countless stories on pursuit magazine. That are again. We've got some crazy talented writers from across the country who have contributed their time and effort to put together stories. That will help private. Investigators be better what they do. One of the other aspects I like about it is the home of the sound of pursuit. PODCAST which If folks haven't heard it I I love this. PODCAST is probably the best is produced podcast in the industry. My only complaint is. It's too short and you don't do it often enough but I know you have your fingers and a lot of pies. What is the sound of pursuit podcast? I pursuit podcast is a very Strict produced timely every Just totally lying there sounded. Pursuit is is a podcast that we started. I don't know three or four years ago maybe longer. We've got some really good. podcast asked stories up there. We have you know. I'm a working private investigator. Kim Greene is she's got many other commitments. Wants to deal with and we have found that you know Kim comes from public radio background and we started off the sound pursue trying to meet the public radio production in standards. I think we did a good job with some fantastic storytelling in some really highly produced pieces on there. Were dialing back now to putting out interviews and a little bit easier on the production sides side stories. I'm pretty excited. Just today recorded a new podcast with an attorney out of Fort Worth by the name of Reagan win in it is going to be kind of. We're not going to rename the sound of pursuit. But this this podcast is called Profane irreverent and snarky and to which is a reference to animal house thing but I believe so. Yes Reagan win. As an attorney with whom I've worked a great deal in the past couple of years he's crazy smart and he is funny and he profane and he's irreverent which is one of the reasons I I liked him so much? But the podcast is kind of a lawyer and investigator getting together to talk about issues of justice not just stuff for private investigators but issues of justice in general and today we talked about jury selection and Juror Diversity And we had Robert Hirschhorn on who is a jury selection specialist. Probably one of the best in the country. So that podcast will be co-produced reduced by pursuit magazine and education in. I think we'll run it in the same place as the sound pursuits. I'm pretty excited about that. We're going to we're going to do. We've committed to do one a month and so far. I'm really excited about the way. It sounds in Canada the level of production on that so. When will that episode be APP? You know I'd love to say tomorrow. Laura we've got to. I'm in Nashville. Reagan win is in Fort Worth and our guest is calling in from somewhere else. So we're having to do audio on both ends and bring it together and edit together so I'm hoping we'll have something Next week be the best case scenario. Excellent besides the production value it is very well written it's engaging and it really draws you win for lack of a better word. The new format with US speaking with attorneys. I think it's kind of work. I think that'll work great. I look forward to it. Yeah I think it's going to be I think it's going to be full of good information that investigators can use an also since Reagan is committed added to doing this with us for the year. Hopefully we'll get some more attorneys listening in and I think one of the one of the struggles we have is private investigators as a lot of attorneys. Just don't realize what we do or how can have exactly so let's Let's kind of turn the page and go onto. Pi Education Dot Com. We've kind of talked the we've mentioned it here. And there you mentioned now if you go to pursuit MAG which is at pursuit MAG dot com on the right hand side. You'll see a an an ad. I guess for education you can click on that and go right to it or of course you can go to education dot com directly. Tell us a little bit about how the idea came about and what What you offer? What kind of courses do you offer so in terms of how the idea came about you and I are just old enough that we're member I can't I think it was Joe. Let raisers where the guy said. I liked it so much. The company I had taken several courses through education and had gotten to know Stephanie Mitchell who is still the manager of the business while taking courses and basically pestering her because I was having some struggles with tech back issues here and there and got to be friends with her and Scott Herald the guy that founded beatification Scott was looking to make a change and we talked to Scott about about the possibility of of buying the business from him and we did that. Jim McLeod and I have had education and pursuit magazine now for almost ten years and it has been been one of the best things I've ever done really really happy with the decision and I'm happy with the business and I like the content. I mean that's one of the reasons we decided to buy the business. We just we like the concept of offering education online in a format that anybody can access and kind of take at their own pace when you talked about continuing education earlier in the course the licensing and in throughout the US is courses different everywhere. You Go Some states don't even have licensing of private investigators. I think Colorado is certainly been thinking lately about getting rid of it after they fought so hard to get it. But that's another podcast. I know in Texas Texas Texas requires continuing education credits to maintain your license. Utah doesn't so really. It's it's different wherever you go here. But regardless of weather AH private investigator regardless of weather continuing education credits are required. It's an excellent opportunity to learn more to Educate yourself and It it kind of branch out your skills. What type of courses can you give us the names of some of the courses that you offer and these are all online at correct less correct in one before before I go through the course names? I want to just like kind of drive the point home that you just said yes. It's a great resource if you want to expand your business or find another other area of investigative work that you'd like to get into that you don't have any experience with taken in education there. There are several ways to become competent in in an area one is self study one is education another is partnering with someone. Who Does that thing that you'd like to do there? There may be other ways those kind of the main three ways that new to acquire competency. We've had several investigators who were new to the business come. I'm to us at their in states. Were continuing education is not required but they want to learn as much as they can about the business and they take several of our courses and that that's the kind of thing that makes me happy when someone is dedicated enough and curious note that they availed themselves of all the available information to learn as much as I can about the business or getting into. So that's one use for it. The other thing is you know. If if you've been aren't just for instance you retired law enforcement enforcement You've got fifteen twenty years on the force. You did one type of investigation that entire time. Maybe you had resources on the police force that you don't have access to any more. Pi Pursuit magazine for that matter are to resources they can point you in the direction of where you can find not the same resources but equivalent or similar resources so private investigators by-in-large enlarge aren't going to be able to access the national criminal investigations database right and it would be nice but no it's That's a big no-no and you hear some investigators say I'm retired law enforcement. I can still access at them by and large. I don't think they're being one hundred percent forthright. That system is audited. Anyone who does a search on that system. There's a record of the search. They did that kind of business but there are. There are resources that we as private investigators leaders can have access to online databases where we can go and look again not the same information not maybe not as detailed but similar information and it can point us in the right direction so. Pi Education has some courses on for instance skip tracing from start to finish How how to find people it's a great primer on how to use those databases and how to find the information that used to be able to just go to your police force available database? And do that now. You can't you're you're in the private sector. Find people skip tracing from start to finish his a great course to get someone's no one's head around how to do that. Now that the private world vert of the CSI effect When it comes to juries I think there's the private investigator database effect as well where you become a private investigator and for some reason you've watched a lot of TV and you you've watched Jack Bauer twenty four? Just pull of everything up on his databases and you get You Know Dell point or Idei core or something and you just pretty much think it's all going to be there and those databases are great. I believe me I couldn't do my work without them. But things are often more complicated than just that so I it sounds like this course really can point people in the right direction. Yeah and again. I miss you because we don't. I don't think we endorse specific databases. We discuss several databases in these courses. I have gotten out of the endorsement worship business for right now but you know there's that's just one of the courses we offer we've got a course on. Here's a topic that everybody loves is to hear about and learn about Deception detection we have a course on education. It's a six hours to eat course called. It's all lies understanding deception detection and it walks investigator through the process of deception detection using various methods to determine whether or not someone is lying to you spoiler alert by and large most of us can tell fifty per cent coin. Toss whether or or not someone is lying to us if someone spins thirty years studying facial expressions and body language at the academic level. Oh you know frame by frame analysis of interviews and stuff like that. They can increase their chances of telling when someone's lying them to fifty three percent. These are not mine numbers. These these were numbers given to me. By men David Mott's Mata Mata motto out of California. He is a specialist in micro expressions. It's difficult to tell when someone's lying to you you can tell when someone's uncomfortable You can tell when someone is disturbed about a topic you you can tell when they're getting nervous but that doesn't necessarily mean they're lying So there's a there's a six hour. Ce Course on deception detection. I think is fantastic and I'm not just. You're saying that because Kim Green put together with me. I'm saying it because he's really good information. We've got another course surveillance strategies for success. It's a your standard surveillance course I We are in the process right now of updating that course with some pretty cool videos and some other content. So that's there is just P is a really good resource. Investigators that want to learn more about the business and I would point out that you also have a course on ethics and if you have any you state that does require continuing education. Ethics is typically You know required across the board yet. Most states require an ethics course And I think most states require two hours. I will say this about the ethics course we are in the process right now And when I say right now today we worked on a little bit. We've been working the past month now. A brand new ethics course written by our staff produced by the education. A Story Board and I'm pretty excited. United Launch. It we Should go where the next month. Next month's theme for Education for the Webinars and for Pursuit magazine is ethics. will be talking about Ethics all month next month. Everybody's really excited about that. It's funny here. People say study ethics. You're either good or you're not. Here's the thing when you stab daddy ethics as a topic it can provide a framework by which you can make better decisions and we go into some detail about absolute loot morality. And what's right and what's wrong and relative morality and relative ethics no sayings. But it's surprising. How many times I come across situations where I'm unlike somebody asks me to do something like yeah I can do that and I think I don't wait? Wait wait wait. I need to think about this and make sure that it's it's number one number two ethical. Well you heard it first here folks ethics next month this month. The topic was marketing so WE'RE GONNA go into ethics next month. which is well-needed especially in this industry Especially eight and a lot of times clients. Don't know what's legal what we can do So of course there are opportunities to perform unethical ethical Sentences the courses you offer range. I think that the least expensive fifty dollars and the the most goes up to about one eighty five and the average average is about one hundred and forty dollars of course. Is that sound about right to you. That sounds right maybe one of course we've got we offer a course for Georgia private investigators gators that has the pre-licensing core Senate covers it's exhaustive. It's a seventy hour program online so if someone wants to become a private investigator in Georgia they have to take this seventy hour. P- realized this is at course it's three hundred seventy five dollars which is a really good price for seventy hour. Course to be honest with you. Think it's underpriced. There's a lot of really good information in that course. And what's happening with that courses as we update the individual pieces with the ethics course skip tracing and surveillance and we've got a new course criminal defense we're GONNA launch. I think in March march with those courses we those updated. We'll be updating that send the courses what kind of That course aside the seventy hour course aside. What's a typical typical timeframe Would it take a private investigator gets on registers and then decides to take a course. How many hours are they going to spend on on each course dino? Here's here's the thing and I am. Glad Facet question. Because that's been one of the biggest complaints from state regulators about online on education. Well they're not spending enough time in the classroom. My argument is always been you know that I'm a yoga practitioner and and I go to yoga every day. Friend of mine was saying near the East. I wanted this yoga. Classes just wasn't strong enough. It wasn't hard enough me and I'm like dude. Yoga gives as good as it gets. That's rights rights and individual any yoga class as difficult as you want to. You know I've taken continuing education courses that were for twenty hours hours for a designation that I hold. I got into the class and realized a new material pretty well. I skimmed through hit. The highlights lights took the test passed. It may have taken me five hours to get through a twenty hour. Course I've taken three hour courses that I spent fifteen hours in because there's information that are really wanted to to dig into an study and external resource and that kind of thing. So how long does it take people to get through. I don't know the answer to the question I know. Stephanie may have metrics on how long people stay in on average I think the CE hours credits that are listed rested are fairly accurate if someone is to go through and study and really read the material and pay attention to it and try to get their head around the the topics the twelve hour course will probably take about twelve hours to get there maybe get through ten maybe fifteen if somebody just goes through an answer the questions and gets through do the test much less than that but you can go at your own pace you can go at your own pace absolutely well in In response to what you mentioned about the state regulators online education is is certainly the wave of the future. If you look at college courses now I guess when they started out people had the idea that online courses were quote the easy. Some of the most difficult college courses I've ever taken were online. Yeah you know. Here's the thing online. Education is not only the way of the future so wave now I mean. People are learning new brand new skills online in the thing is you don't have to go to college to learn how to do it. Thing correct matter of fact I would argue most people to go to college. They get their degree in whatever. Their degree is in a lot of us are doing something completely different. I think you go to college. Alleged to learn how to think and learn how to deal with human beings and it's it's useful to be in the room with a group of your peers and an instructor and walk through topics and study things. I get that but sometimes it's just not possible. So if you're if you're an investigator in Perry County Tennessee Z.. which is kind of in the middle of nowhere and you can't travel to Washington? DC for conference. You can go online. Take a course. Meet your secrets. It is impossibly learn something new and that's at education dot Com. which is a lot I I would encourage everyone to check it out? We have a lot of folks that listening to this podcast cast. That are either considering a career in private investigation or they are new in the business and and so the courses at P. I. Education Nation Dot Com. We'll get them a really really good start. Yeah and I think here's the thing new investigators. Obviously when I started my piano business has been twelve years ago. Now think I didn't really know that much about the business. I came from a due-diligence background. In with financial institutions and insurance companies in my skill set was deep dive financial analytics. The skills of research and interviewing and writing reports definitely applies to investigations field. But I'd never before twelve years ago even considered doing a savannah tomato job so I read every thing I could read about surveillance and that's how found pursuit magazine was searching for stories about surveillance and how to do it. I took surveillance course from education to get my head around number one how people talk. What what language they use the famous swirled and number two? What are the best practices? Sure so it's for new. Investigators Piatra nation is a fantastic resource for the old grizzled investigator. Like you and me guys in our fifties plus or minus You know we're just just shy of the grave here for guys like us. I think going in taking a course online on some topic. That may be a thing that you're I'm very comfortable with you. Understand when you take an online course and studied. That topic with new is almost every time I'd do it to come up with something new and something that can apply my business that day. Well things change to technology changes methods changes if you were taking a Of course on Social Media Investigations Gatien's five years ago. It's going to be totally different today. I want to mention a couple of other to other things before we tied up here. The first is the free monthly webinars that are provided by education and these are really excellent video webinars that are or about Roughly an hour long. Sometimes they go over to a little bit over an hour and they're on. Pi Educations Youtube Channel. How did that come about and was it? Your idea is well or a you know. I honestly can't say who came up with the idea. I dove into it wholeheartedly. When we started doing webinars owl like VAT platform? We started off to other webinars on just a straight youtube live presentation we have since gotten into using zoom platform to host record the webinars in the we push that to the Youtube Channel but the technical stuff aside being able to have people in the virtual classroom ask questions real time of experts from around the country in various fields is invaluable. I mean I I get so much out of hosting webinars that I would do it even if nobody came to watch. What's the format? Tell tell everybody a little bit about the format that you use. Meaning the the tape format guests and specific topics this year. We've kind of fine tune things. We've got a theme for each month of the year for twenty twenty twenty in the past couple of years. We've literally been like the week of I'm like who should we have on the podcast and calling a friend or someone that knows somebody somebody up this this year here. We're going to a total scheduled. Process of this month is business development. We reached out Tim Santoni a month ago. He agreed to join us today on the Webinar Ebanon redid it. It was great next month is ethics. We've got an ethicist joining us from Belmont University Law School Really excited about that. The following month up got criminal defense lawyer coming lady by the name of Alison Clayton out of Lubbock. Texas works with the innocence project in Texas so each month we have a theme. And what what we do is we. Basically I do. Introduction introduced the guest and then we dive right into talking about the topic of the month. While we're doing that I've got a real time. Feed up of inequality that come from the crowd and some of the questions. We just don't answer because we can't get to them or they're they're meant to bait someone into a thing but for the most part if someone posts a question on the Youtube channel will address it. We'll we'll call them by names. Bill Stevens from Capella Idaho asks and that expert will answer them right there on the spot. We did one couple months ago and I can't remember who the guest was off off the town ahead but it was. It was a well-known attorney who deals with some specific issues in. I got calls after the thing people saying. Oh my God I got to you. Ask a question of silence again. That's that's why we're here this what we're trying to do well and it's very valuable What you're doing in the real time not? Everybody is able to do that so I am glad that the videos are posted afterwards for those who are not able to join you in real time and you know the funny thing is. We'll have between between thirty and one hundred people in the real time session. And since everybody knows they're recorded on a youtube channel air some of our shows that have had wallover thousand hits people go in and watch. I know that one of the ones that I did with you a year or so ago has gotten a number of us. So it's again. It's just another resource we provide and you know Scott. I know this sounds a little bit on the cheesy side to say but I'm crazy passionate about this business. I I love doing the work I like having smart qualified investigators in the pool of people that we work with and if me me and the good staff here at Ti shoot magazine can offer these resources. We're happy to do it. Well it's not cheesy at all I mean and let's think about it other than a handful of podcasts. There's not a whole lot of resources for private investigators out there other than Perhaps a mentor tour or reading a book but with everything that you offer with pursuit magazine with the sound of pursuit podcast with Pi Education Dot Com. And of course now with these free monthly webinars. You're offering some really great content and what you're doing is helping. The industry become more professional which it's sorely needed. I'd like to think so. I have the best of intentions when it comes to being a professional times when I don't behave exactly as professional shoot. We all do that occasionally. If everyone's interested in these free monthly webinars on Youtube. Where do they go? How did they find him? When did they come out? So we're doing doing the webinars on the fourth Thursday of every month they are available on our youtube channel. And I'm just going to see if I can find like my channel so if you're on youtube and you go to search Pi Education. It should come up with our youtube channel all videos as a right there from webinars going back to Jeez a long time ago. Excellent two years old so far and like you said we've got some some of six hundred seventy three hundred eighty US seven hundred ninety views one thousand eight hundred views one thousand five hundred views. There there are a lot of people that are going out there watching these things and I think getting really good information from them. One of the last things I wanted to talk about is something that is new that you're doing this year and it is the weekly briefings things. Tell us what the weekly briefings are. You can blame that on. Kim Greene lawyer her. And how do we find him by the way the weekly briefings are on the Youtube Channel. They're just labeled education weekly briefing. You can also find them in pursuit magazine. A believe Kim is posting those there you can also subscribe Ash. We should tell people people you can subscribe to Youtube and search education. You can subscribe to that channel and so when a new video comes out when a briefing comes out each week you will you get notice of it. Yeah absolutely um so I think a weekly briefing showing up a yeah. It's showing up on the from the editor on the right hand side underneath the education banner. There's a kind of a red card with the the beard sunglasses image. That is my icon. I guess the bearded wonder the bearded wonder you know breath. We'll talk about that another time. But if you click on from the editor section that's where you can find on pursue magazine the weekly briefing in. I'll tell you this. So Kim's idea was let's just do it once a week and talk about what's coming up for the week. There's they're short. They're they're easy there. Quick it's just a way to kind of see what's going on at piano that week in that month and you know if you don't watch some you're certainly not gonNA hurt my feelings but if you do it's a quick way to kind of get your head on what we're doing well and they're short. They're ten ten twelve minutes in length. Ah Good portion of the content that you provide to private. Investigators is free. They really should take advantage of it. That's my My recommendation well. I appreciate that. Yeah I'm just looking at the The last briefing Two minutes and thirty nine seconds like these are really short kind of quick punchy get into it get out of the kind of thing so I I help people find them useful useful I'm happy to do. I think it's fun to get up in front of the camera and do that thing. You've been listening to Tennessee. Private investigator how Humphries on the Inter Mountain Pi. I any final thoughts. You Know Scott my final thoughts of this thank you so much for inviting me to be part of your podcast. I you and I've had a friendship it per while now and the last thing I would like to say is if you find yourself in around Salt Lake City. There's a restaurant you have to go. Oh enjoy Scott the name of the restaurant in the ready Guana yes. We had a meal there. One night. Read Iguana if you get down there and check out the Red Iguana. It's fantastic lasting. Please join us. Pursuit MAG DOT com anytime you want to and if you need or want continuing education. Pi Education Dot Com If you would like to get you some continuing education this month you can use the Discount Code Biz Dev twenty twenty. BIC Levy two zero two zero. And that'll get you a discount on inequality like take from Piatra all right. How thank you for your time Sir? Thank you Scott. You've been listening to the Inter Mountain. 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EPISODE 036 - PATRICK ROY TO COACH THE SENS? GAME OF THRONES FINALE, KEVIN HAIME ON PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
"Steve one project. If we work at it for a few minutes, we get Jimmy rate out of there. Hello, everybody. Welcome to the Steve Warren project, presented by faces magazine episode thirty six best NHL player to wear number thirty six ever UC yo Khanin, come on number thirty six. You can do better than that. Pick up the pace a little some of the things are gonna get into today. Patrick could wa- maybe the next head coach of the Ottawa Senators sounds, according to Bruce, Gary off from the sun. Sounds like he's gonna get an interview got a member poll on who you think should be the sends next head coach. We've got the blues. Heading home one win away from the Stanley Cup final MAC, T is out in Edmonton, and Kevin hayme is going to join us to talk a little bit about the PGA championship. Brooks KEPCO with a massive lead and almost blows it. But just hangs on at the end Dustin Johnson falters a little bit. So we'll talk to Kevin about the weekend. That was in the PGA Jimmy with us as always our things. Jimmy has weekend been. Davies awake and was good. It was a major, right? It was a major. So I got to watch that and my girlfriend almost pulled it off. He just collapsed. The not really collapsed. Brooks kept go right had, we'll have this massive Lee. We'll talk to Kevin about a buddy had this mass of seven or eight shot lead after the first two rounds you shot, sixty three and sixty five on this monster of a golf course. But he was the only guy did that obviously with a with a big lead like that. And, and DJ was right there at it. It's showed its teeth today and it got it got Brooks capita, who fell way back. I think he was twelve started the day at twelve under and, and, and fell back to nine or eight or nine under and anyway, dusty was within a shot and bogie tools coming in. So that was the end of that. And he just had to big lead. But they made it, they made it exciting near the end and I was pacing. And you know. You know, I love DJ Stevie so terrible day. And he just seems to find a way he's always right there. And he's always hanging around, you know, grounding the club back in the day on which major was that was that the USO fuck. He's done two or three of them excuse my leg. I'm trying not to drop the f bomb Steve as much. He grounded that was that whistling straights where grounded his club in a bunker? You know the, the penalty at the and then the three pot on eighteen at another major a ball move thing. But that's the year he won because he won. I think in twenty sixteen because Brooks one two zero. I'll tell you what I think, I think what title he holds Steve right now. That is not the one you want is, he's got if I'm not mistaken, the grand slam runner up, which is second in all four majors. Anyway, it was great. I was pulling for him. But, but Brooks just had to bigly, you know, it's often said the daughters. Mary men who are very much like their dads. Have you ever kinda made note of that, that DJ looks a little bit like Gretz a little bit because there's a couple of Gulf magazines seen him on the front cover of and I kind of walked by, and it was, like, what's Gretzky do on the cut all it's Dustin Johnson really that kind of put two and two together. Yeah. I've never thought you don't see that. I mean you've been you've been with them in the same room. So, yeah, like yeah. I just I've never looked I've never looked. I mean Dustin six four Wayne's, I don't know six feet probably where the same height six six one. Going to have to look, I'm going to Email you a photo of, of a magazine that came out about three years ago and, and it's dead ringer for, for Wayne Gretzky anyway, we'll get more talk coming up with Kevin later on in the show for jump into some hockey on remind everybody that faces magazines are title sponsor faces tells Ottawa stories, showcasing the people places, and events the make onto a such a world class city. 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What did you think Jimmy of the news, that Patrick wa maybe in the mixed for the Ottawa Senators head coaching job, this agai that in twenty fourteen when the jackass Dems trophy as NHL, head coach of the year with the Colorado Avalanche things came apart in Colorado, ended up by quitting kind of in the middle of the summer caught the Avs with? Unawares and it's been Jerry Bednarz since he's been down to the Quebec junior Hockey League since then as well. Do you think Patrick doi- would come to Ottawa, and if so, could he coexist with the equally emotional Eugene, Melnyk, you know what I guess there's one thing you need with a coach or which was very helpful is, is a French-Speaking coach auto our courses a brilliant idea. If you can find the right guy. That. And most of them have been guess. Right. I don't think it's Mark was Mark Crawford, French. I don't know if he speaks, French, or does he do interviews in front. I don't think he speaks. No, it doesn't do anybody Boucher's been here for the most of the last three years. Yeah. Right. So, so that's a reality. I think about a head coach. It auto that, that, that's, that's a, that's a factor for sure. I don't know where this guy's been. I, I didn't I knew left Colorado. Of course, fears, go, but and did he by junior team? He did he bought he was Quebec's coach in the Quebec major junior Hockey League. And I think he sold them. But after I think he went back to be their head coach. He's not the owner anymore but he's the head coach there, still and maybe wants to get back in the NHL that's where he's been. Yeah. The only thing I don't like Steve is if this guy really wanted to be a head coach, you know. Or had the had the real passion for it. I'm not saying he doesn't, but if they had a real passion, I think he would have stayed in the game somewhere in the NHL. So now, does this guy whistling there, if, if there, if they want to romance, a little bit to try and get them in Ottawa which, which can work for the reasons I just said is he into it, you know, is into it? That's what that's where the interview would be really big. You know, in my mind, you know, to Hitchcock rates been around a long time, but, but he meant marching into that interview said, let me out this team. They need a bunch of help, and I could fix it. So. I don't know. I wanna be a fly in the wall during the interview to see what he has to say. What do you think I wasn't sure what to think? And then my wife missed mistakenly read a headline on social media, and she said to meet over breakfast. Hey, I just heard the sense hired Patrick wanna like all they did. I and it was it was a mistake. It was just one of those speculation pieces, but I was excited, I was excited to have a kind of a name guy, coming and an I excited by the, the sports talk that, that will create like Eugene Melnyk. He's a certain personality and most of the time he's able to pretty much steamroll over everybody but Patrick wa he were ever hired here. Nobody steamrolling. Patrick wa so. It would be really, really compelling theater, and well, I'm here in Ottawa, and I'm watching a lot of sense hockey, so it would be something. I'd enjoy. Would he be the answer? I don't know because the thing that I think that fans and media make a mistake doing. Is judging a coach based on what they see on TV and the can't hear anything or what they hear in a media, scrum. How is he with the media those things don't factor in to me at all? Only the people that have been a coach with this guy or manage this guy or have been a player for this guy really can put a good, you know, really know for sure. What, what this guy is all about. But the guy for sure, though is super emotional and hard on his players. The needle tips toward shit. Disturbing with this guy. Right. It always has. Yeah. It'll be interesting. Well, whoever you think is the best head coach alive. The reality is, this is not this is a team, that's not a great head coach away from being a contender. So you want someone in there, who is good with kids. And I gotta think Patrick watts got a little of that going, or they might not have asked him back in Quebec. You want one guy's good in that regard and is just going to steer them in the right direction. Do I know he'll be great? I have no idea. I mean like you say you wanna talk to guys who played for them guys of managed him. Guys coached with them. I put it out there to our members who do you think should be the next head coach, g money wrote anyone? But Patrick wa please, which of course, which, of course, means it will be Patrick wa maybe it's the kick in the ass that this team needs, but I think is personality will clash with the fan base gen gen thirteen rights. I think it's between Jacques Martin or status quo. If they can't land Marta than I think they'll end up bringing Mark Crawford back. Graham Ramstad rights, definitely gonna stick. With my original choice of jock Martez coach, Gregg carve Ellis, assistant. Chris rights, I think they'll bring Jacques Martin back good with young players teaches the d I Michael Franken like Martin with assistance. Mark Crawford, and Rick bonus for the along with Chris Kelly. So thanks to everybody who set along some notes couldn't get to the mall. There was a lot there. But thank you, all for some very insightful stuff, as Rick Bowness hung in there. Or is it just me as a coach in the NHL? Yeah. Think when you factor in head coaching and games coached as an assistant coach. I think he might be number one all time in terms of the number of games got a million billion but he's in the mix for head coach he good for him. I think he's. Either going to get an interviewer already has now. What did you think about maquis being out in Edmonton, Ken hall, and derives with the Oilers, not that long after Craig mctavish who I don't know had some executive role with the Oilers decides to step away from the team? And now he's going over to be in the K. H L, your thoughts on that. Yeah. You know, I always thought that. Craig matatus along with Kevin Lowe and scouts day. Samantha was part of that before he died and a and a bunch of other guys that ended up being called the quote unquote, old boys club. And if you live here, you got tired of hearing it that the others will never do anything anymore because they keep they keep the old boys club. Together, you know, even Keith Gretzky came into that name when they brought him on his assistant GM under Sharad Ellie, Wayne has been hired or has as a business deal with them to be a consultant and an a real partner in the team, which I believe he is. I so I thought I thought Craig matab had a lifetime deal with Darrow Cates. That's what I'd heard, and I believe that to be true. I think he could have stayed there, if he wanted to that, it would have been under the under the deal that Cates made with them. But can haul incomes in I think, Mak left on? On his own. I think it, it became a place for him. Where he he just wasn't as useful as he wanted to be. And. What what's really strange though? What's really strange to me is, I think he's probably employable. You know he's been a head coach. He took that team to the finals in six against Carolina. And he's got a place in the league. For sure for sure. He's a absolutely. Wonderful guy is of fantastic guy for what he's been through in his personal life. And he's, he's battled cancer is clear that now what is really strange to me? Steve is he's decided to go to Russia on a two year deal to coach with I call locomotive or local motif, I dunno other pronounce it, which is, of course, became infamous for the, the plane crash in two thousand eleven at the start of the season that that team plane went down. But that's where he's going for two years. And I have no idea why you would do that. And the reason I say that is. A bunch of guys have defected, right from, from the NHL over the years for various reasons, either lockout or they couldn't settle the contract or they're going to be sent down to the minors. And they decide to go over to the cage L to play. I think the money over there is way better than people think, apparently most of it is, is real NHL money. And I suspect that's the only reason he went there, because Wayne Gretzky said have out our boys. You go over there thinking, it's a you know, a sweetheart deal, and then if you're from North America, and played played the greatest game in the world in the NHL and grew up in Canada, the United States or, or in Europe and get treated the way you do in the NHL. It's, it's superb Wayne is always said that it's all things aside. It's a fantastic league. The travel is unbelievable. We charter everywhere. We stay in five star hotels. We got catered meals in the locker room, the dressing rooms are unbelievable. The, the DOE is a -rageous and he said you go over there. And wait till you taste the first meal that you don't like you know the heat goes off your apartment. Whether you get paid or not is sometimes can can be. An issue there's all sorts of stuff, you know that he says you'll come running back here so fast. It'll be pathetic. So I'm not saying that will happen to mactavish. I'm talking about this. But I can think the only reason is because you getting paid a lot of money, maybe saw the writing on the wall. You got a new GM in there and Ken Holland new GM's like to bring in their own guys. Well, you know what I like I hear nothing but great things about Ken Holland to, you know, he's, he's mctavish is ill. They've been around, you know, the same length of time. You know I think Stephen on hockey teams that. Once you get below ownership. You know, you've got you've got your presidents in your, your general managers, your system. GM's and maybe your head a player personnel. You know, after that all those jobs are easily replaceable. All the other jobs are easier, replaceable front, office jobs, and player personnel jobs. Right. There's a million guys who can do a million of those things. So it's not like machi- wasn't replaceable. But I think they would have found him a place. You know, I, I think it was probably more Craig who said I don't you know, I don't want to do what I'm doing here anymore. It's not, not what I think I can do best, you know, and so he's taking this head coaching job. I don't I don't think can would have fired him. I don't think there was any of that at all. He's, he's been to entrench in the team and the city, I've done charity events with that guy. He's spoken advanced. He is so eloquent and so passionate about the city he's. Credible. He really is incredible guy and super humble man super guy. So there's no way anyone would have fired him not not in a position. He was in here. I good stuff when we come back want to talk a little bit more about the PGA championship, and we're going to be joined by our old friend, Kevin hayme. He's a golf analyst on TSN radio. So we'll get into Brooks kept goes big win seconds straight PGA championship win. First of all, I want to remind everybody that Jim Kaye Ford and their new ad home. Test drive getting some really good reviews. They bring the test drive right to you, wherever you are in the city, whether you're at home, whether you're at work, whatever's best for you, maybe try in the twenty nineteen Ford ranger for size in that test drive because everyone looks good in a pickup truck. Book your at home. Test drive today at Jim K four dot com. You vill drive in Orleans, you ever been a pickup guy ever driven a pickup truck in your life. Are you kidding me? Never. But you would look good in one. We have a picture of one from the live show, and you look good in a pickup ranger man. Yeah. Well the thing about pickups now from the refer about why do they do that? Steve, I was go back like Kanthi just go back like ten years. I was going to go back forty years. You know, I don't know. Pick-up trucks, now they drive Cadillacs. Unbelievable. That's my I'm out in the country now in the sticks. And I've got all this stuff. I got a load up I gotta get on that. Also once I buy that vehicle, I'm going to need insurance. And if you dread calling your insurance company, if you're tired of the long wait time in the impersonal service, you need to switch immediately like now like yesterday to all insurance on -tario he at one dedicated contact who's never more than a quick text or phone call away. Visit all ins dot CA or text all insurance on -tario six one three eight six zero six zero zero eight. They're great guys, just reminder faces magazine is titled sponsor check it faces great story about the west Carleton warriors, peewee hockey team mandate come together to support tornado relief efforts in their community last year. Then they won the Chevrolet. Good deeds Cup, six months later that is teamwork can read about that. Tha? Day in faces MAG dot CA. So, you know, I always have a story Steve, I it's like word association. You, you bring up something. And then just a bunch of things fire off in my head. Okay. A bunch of things. So you brought up a pickup truck. Okay. So I went on this fishing trip with these guys. And I love this story. It's true stories true, we went on this fishing trip and a guy board is company pickup truck the boss, let him use it. And so these fishing trips Berta man, these guys know exactly what they're doing you, you by case arise, Steve. Okay. Twelve bottles awry, and then on your way to the, the lake wherever going, you stop at a farmer's place you shoot him. A couple bottles awry, he gives you, firewood, you got a bit of food. And then we set up camp and, and, and we got the, the pickup truck there. And. Or Rhett, the farm of the pickup truck loading this would. And the, the one of the guys in the trip is fucking annoying. Immediately immediately annoying. Okay. He's drunk a talking, too much, and he's a pain in the ass. And, and he in about ten seconds after loading logs into the back of the back of the pickup truck fires through the back window because he threw it to art. Okay. So he shattered the back window. Same guy, we can't. We get to the cath. We set it all of its dark rugged and hammered any proceeds to step on four the rods that are laid out, you know, to go fishing at five in the morning breaks, the rods right sits down in a fucking chair. You know I wasn't a swear today. Steve, I was trying not to swear sits on a chair collapses, the chair we all go to bed because we're sick of the guy. Okay Stevie, and he fell asleep in his lawn chair and fell with a big with the big downfield jacket on into the fire. Oh my God. Yeah. He fell into the he lived himself on fire. Okay. Was totally engulfed in flames, this guy. And, and we were all sleeping sort of going. Yeah. You go put them out. I don't know. You. We don't we don't the guy with water. Okay. And his hands are all burnt and. In the morning, we're like maybe the guy just be passed out for two days here and the more he's the first guy up at five in the morning. Come on early bird gets the worm. He's clapping his hands together just boils on them in blisters. So he was driving us nuts. So we get out in the middle of the lake. And he goes, I gotta go to the bathroom, right? And we take me back and we know we're not taking yet to take shit. Oh, no. Yeah. Of course it was a pissed. You just you know, he's just have a leak over the side of the boat anyway, without hesitation into the lakey went. Yeah. And have dropped a deuce in the lake. Yeah. That'd be weird doing that while you're treading water. No. The whole that whole thought you know that whole thought, but, you know, everyone has a story about everyone has a story about the pain of the ass person on the trip. You know, and this guy was sitting broke sunglasses, and rods. And that's my pickup truck story stuff while, you know we were talking about him, you know, on fire there for a second. It reminded me of the finale of game of thrones. It's all over. Jim goodnight, everybody come on now. I don't Jinn your poop story there. There was a lot of lot of fire victims in the finale tonight and well, I'm not going to spoil it for anybody. I will say this disappoint, you know what Steve. It's funny you say that because I make fun of game. I haven't I haven't seen an episode of it, but someone's someone text me or tweeted me that tell Steve, it's a shitty final season is the most. Sappointing thing ever. The I can't I can't disagree. It's almost like they brought in. I don't know if they did or not. But it seems like they just brought in new writers new directors. Oh, like visually. It was visually. It was still really special like it's just unbelievable visually. It's still for my money. It's the greatest TV series I've ever seen. But yeah, the last season left something to be desired and where the characters were going. That's all and you know what Jim, I'm watching the show that you recommended called Dr foster. What a good show that it is. It's, it's hard to explain to people. It's like I'm I'm, I'm beyond a sucker for Netflix. I love it. I've watched more more series than you could ever imagine of watch them on big, big, big fan of the British. Crime dramas. I've watched all those. They're great Shetland. Of course full the fallen all that stuff is good. Anyway. Clicked onto this thing the other day. It's weird. It's hard to explain. I've watched all of it is to seasons. And I've watched them both and there's no murder in it. There's no there's no threat of anyone getting murdered there. There's I it's just a crazy story with without give anything away about a couple who've the husband got caught cheating on his wife and just this sort of long drawn out thing of her trying to get back at him. But realistically, but it's a yeah I'm glad you like it. Good good. Good good. I do that. All right. Let's let's get some Gulf talk here as we promised by the way, the raptors. Oh, they are breeding say anything shaped it. Oh, really? Let's say anything. Yes, they're into overtime, and then we have to do this podcast in the middle of the night here. So okay, you're not saying anything, but it'll be it's going to be coming. Vote on Monday this podcast. Can you plug your Steve eight okay, hang on going to? No, I don't I don't wanna hear I taste plug your ears for a second. Because the good listener will probably wanna know. I'll tell you what I'm gonna tell you what happens, Dr foster. Okay. Fine line. Hang on. Hang on. Okay. Okay. Ready? Get k- go now don't. One eighteen to one twelve in double OT. They trail Milwaukee to one heading into the four tomorrow done done. But back. Yeah. I'm done. Okay. To be annoying super annoying for sure. When I was a little boy, I my pleased to be joined on the line by Kevin Hayes, the Canadian national teacher of the year. And also a golf analyst on ESPN radio's busy time in Gulf, second major of the year is in the books and Brooks. Kepco is your champion Kevin Hayes joining us on the line. Now. How you doing? Kevin doing great. Yeah. Kind of weird boys, two majors may hair, Kevin. This jungle here, I'm warming up here. I'm warmed up. I'm rubbing my chest from our old days when used to teach me on a play golf, and I was impossible, Kevin. So I went to tell you about I am now Kevin but I could probably help you at your range is. I went on a golf trip. I museum five or six zero five or six I was so the first day they made me, twelve okay? Okay. Now, if you need someone before we talk about the, the major if you need someone how to hit the low thin push fade to, to along the right ditch. I'm here and about only about two thirty. Kef used to power fade Jimmy. I think it's a, a little more of a Pook cut nap. Argon apex is Jim. I'll tell you what. I might might clubs are so big, Kevin. Okay. They look like I don't know. It looks like a lawn chair that I'm swinging. Okay. Just to get the ball on it. I'm terrible. You never talked to me about the mental side. Okay. I've gone mental playing golf. So I'd rather watch it. Like I did this weekend, leaving pretty good though. What of what an event? Yeah. I was pretty mind. You. It didn't really catch my interest, those guys DJ and Brooks kept guy, they're pretty robotic. And we lost kind of the tiger storyline there. He missed the cut but just amazing. You guys we're starting to see tiger babies here. Tiger was the first real athlete to get into the sport and workout in the gym and you know just analyze every little minute of the game and worked so hard at it now we got a whole generation coming along. Brandel chamblee. I thought had the the line of the week for me said. Brooks kept good swings. Ben Hogan, and looks like hulk HOGAN, which is pretty right on the Mark. But the, the story Kev, like this golf course is supposed to eat people up. I thought it was. I thought, what what happened? What was what did happen was actually what was going to happen all along that he just got so far ahead that he was afforded mistakes. And, in fact, that's how it ended up you know, Jimmy, I know you know, DJ and he's such a great talent. But he always seems to just have that little flip of focus today. I mean, gosh, she got it to one back and how to hit that iron shot into sixteen. And just instead of like placing it where needed to kind of, like tiger did at the masters right? Controlling the flight. He flighted over the grain hit a little hard and then bogey, and that was the end of that. And he seems to continually do that, but you're right kept ahead that big, big cushion, it was going to be hard for anyone to catch him. Let's talk a little bit about the course it self Bethpage. Reputed to be just. Absolutely maniacally tough. There was actually that sign that I think I saw a bunch of times, most people probably did on social media. It looked almost more like a, a sign for an electric Houston hazard than an actual Gulf. Course. Is it as tough as they say? Yeah. You know what I've played it boys. I brought down my whole staff of teachers about six years ago. We played in a six degrees celsius day in October, and one of the four of us broke eighty we played the tips everywhere. Yeah. It's a, it's a great, great test is a stout test, their certain fairways, you gotta fly the ball. Two hundred forty hours just to get to the short stuff and deep bunkering. You know, it's telling house course, and if you know anything about his golf courses wing foots, another one there, big golf courses, and you gotta hit the ball, really, well, you new one hundred to one longshot wouldn't win this event. And you also knew that one of the longer players in the game would win if the question was who and kept ca came out and you know maiden announcement there before even started this week saying he thought it was easy to win majors. And, and then he went out and followed it up. He kinda called his shot like Babe Ruth was pretty impressive. I liked Kev. I thought the highlight of the event was his chick going in for the big smooch before the before the first tea, and he gives her the full Heisman says get away. Got really work to do. He's got a little work to do you know what though he he life really simple Jimmy. They've been together a while now named Jena SIMS she's on social media quite a bit. But you know he goes with his little team there. That's another thing about today's game. And how great these players are not only are they fit, like crazy. But they've got teams right? He brings his own chef in. He's got his coach with them. He's got a short game coach Pete Callan works for them on the short game. And, you know, he just he's so focused getting to these big event, it's really funny circumstance. He's now won four majors in only two regular PGA tour events. We've never seen anything like this really before. Right. Where it normally you gotta win a few times on tour, and then you get your legs undertone you learn how to handle the emotions and the pressures of a major. This guy's the exact opposite. He's he's a big game player a big game hunter. I guess you could say any. All business when he's on the Gulf Garcia. You don't see a lot of emotion out of the guy. I'm sure he and Janet will be celebrating this evening. Goodbye. Tiger Woods is always a big story. This was a bad one. He missed the cut. What do you think happened? Yeah. I didn't like the fact he didn't play it all. I don't know what you guys thought of that. But I didn't like the fact they didn't tee it up once between the masters in the PGA championship. I mean, I don't care who who you are. You've got to get the adrenalin flowing a little bit and, and just test things out there. So he decided not to play in the Wells Fargo this year. I don't think anybody even tiger. Woods is great as he is can just jump from major five weeks apart and play, well, so, you know, I thought that was a bit of a mistake, and we saw, you know, I hate to say it because, you know, his club head speed has been tested up in the high one twenties in, it seems like he's still an incredible specimen, and striker the ball, but Brooks kept ca made him look, a little old, golf course was a little more. Than he could manage it. He even said after missing. The gutty said, look I was hitting five arns into holes in Berks cap was at nine. We used to hear everybody Ernie Els VJ Singh say that about tiger. So he looked just a little bit old. I think he was a little rusty. And that golf course exposes you only six guys broke par this week. So he just wasn't quite on it. And that was probably the worst course of the year for him because of the length of image, it off the top about the new PGA major schedule the PGA championship fully at number two instead of glories last shot at they used to call at number four. Do you like that? I think I do guys, you know it was interesting Bethpage was lucky we've had such a terrible spring here in the northeast. And I was afraid they barely have grains to put on their only what six six hours away from six seven hours away from us. But I guess they had decent weather in that area, decent enough weather this winter, but. I suppose kind of exciting, I'm a little concerned that the, the open championship now in mid July, and that's it. I mean, if you're not into the playoffs, which they've been around ten or eleven years now, so we're getting a little more used to them a little more excited about them. But, you know, if you're not really into the door, jamb, internship, and then you've got late September. You've gotta either a Ryder Cup Presidents Cup, depending on the year things are going to close down pretty soon. We're almost in junior and three of our big five events are gone. Right. The Players Championship the masters in the PGA. So got the US open pebble, which will be incredible. We've got the open championship at row court Russian Ireland which will also be off the hook. It'll be amazing to watch these guys play golf course. But I like it right now. Because with watch it in may. I'm not sure how feel though by the third week of July, we won't have much more watch, you know, Kevin, I'll tell you because I know Steve wants ask. About your charity event and stuff. And seeing all that's going. But this is a this is absolutely a thorn in my whole face. Okay. I feel like my face is being shoved in Fiqh and campfire the FedEx Cup, Kevin still. I don't think they figured it out. I think you need a degree in calculus. They show the board every five minutes and I don't understand one of the fuck and points. I don't understand who's in second who's gonna win. It's ridiculous. The only thing knows anyone knows who the champion is at the end. I want your thoughts on that because I think they've tried to fix it. And they're still nowhere near this thing being fan-friendly now doing it again this year. Jim it or know if you remember, but this year, what they're doing, and I'm with you. I mean, they're making so many tweaks that this year I think depending on where you finish you start so many under. So everybody starts in a different point. One guy is going to be ten under one guy is going to be five over, and then they're just going. Play and they think this will make it easier. I you're right. I think it's a bit of a hot mess. I really don't like it that much and the PGA tourist drawn to make it a big deal because they own right. They don't own. They don't know any of the four major. So they want the playoffs to be a. A big part of their tour. I even notice don't you guys notice when we're watching television that I mean they're playing in Florida and margin they're updating the fattest Cup every ten seconds. You know, like it's this big, big deal. But I just don't think they've captured everybody with it yet, but they're plugging away at it. It's certainly not going away. Anytime soon joined by Kevin Hamied, Canadian national teacher of the year. Also the Kevin aimed Gulf center, here in Ottawa, and we want to talk a little bit about this great fundraising initiative had going for several years. Now, the Kevin hayme kids to the course than to eagle creek and not just a great event unto itself. But really exciting because you've got this. Well, she's, she's a superstar now in the LPGA in Brooke Henderson or sister Brittany there as well. Maybe give an overview of how it went and what it meant to have the hendersons there. Yeah. Awesome. So we do it at the second Jews, Dan may every year guys. It's the fundraiser for our big junior, golf initiative. My wife, Lisa. And I started this twelve years ago. We've now put upwards of seven hundred kids bought memberships for them. So yearly memberships of quality courses say God and chase their dreams and kinda learn everything that golf a teaches you right from integrity to honesty and, and respect a little bit. We get the kids take their hats off in the clubhouse and. It's been an amazing amazing twelve years watching all these kids kind of turn into to two great community citizens. And, and some of them become great golfer through that kids in scholarship down to the states anyway. Every year we have our big kids to course, classic were sponsors. Of course, participants come out, and we spend a day of golf and have a big auction and paying our main sponsor, Ronan plays in the event. Got a g ten plus ping driver this year. They bring Brooke into give clinic, we had one hundred eighty five kids and got a clinic with Brooke Handerson in the afternoon while everyone else was playing golf a spectacular success. We raise seventy two thousand dollars profit, and we can use those funds to do so much great work with kids in the community, but Brooklyn Brittany were great. It's their fourth year. They've been with us. They're sweet kids, they're getting more mature and sharper and better on the Mike. Every year, but they're just really good small town. Canadian people. And she is wicked good. I mean, she's got five top ten's this year. Righty, she's got eight wins on the J. She twenty one years old chill win handfuls more of tournaments her average on the PG or on the page, a tour right now guises just under two hundred eighty yard average off the tee. She's a great ball striker and she, she can't wait more than hundred fifteen pounds. She's tiny little thing and just rips the cover off the Gulf ball. So really fun to, to watch her hit the ball and really fun to get to know the hendersons, or good people will tell you, Kevin. I'm so short now. Okay, I hit it so short when I was away on this trip to Baltimore. I hit a par five in two I was bragging to the pro. He said, okay. We're gonna change it to a par four. Well, can't we really appreciate you jumping into the virtual studio? You're actually our first first person who's not Jim ri- that's been in here. And I was worried that we have trouble getting all three of us on as it turned out, you, you got an easier than anybody. Jimmy trouble. I am not surprised that Jimmy was the one who had a hard time getting into this thing. That was fantastic. We should have recorded him trying to figure out how to connect. Here's my preference. Okay. When it comes to technology, Kevin, and Steve, here's my preference is if I have to log on, like, like I do with this stuff, I would rather someone come over here and just rip out Ripa, one of my kidneys with no anaesthetic. Okay. That's what it feels like for me. That's what that's much fun. I'm having we'll talk to you later, Kevin. Good to catch up. Awesome stuff's, keep it going. You sound great. Awesome. Thanks, man. I really appreciate that. See Kevin take care of friends, say, hi to everyone. All right. Thanks to Kevin hayme for joining us, and any final thoughts today. James here on this Victoria day, as we record this any final thoughts on the show. You know, Boston, screw things up for me member. I said Carolina was going to go all the way sweep what did they get what they just got up -solutely wiped out absolutely wiped out. I mean it happens. Cardinal always said, there's no such thing as upsets in the playoffs. So. I mean Boston was probably the favorite, but, but not after the first two rounds anyway, screwed it all up. All my all my betting numbers are off now. I got no tickets. I can cash you know, there's a reason. They didn't win the presidents trophy this year because there are flawed hockey team. They did a lot of good stuff. They laid out they worked hard, the bunch of jerks had the whole storm surge. They were a fun story. But it really felt to me all the way along that somewhere surely clock was going to strike midnight on that Cinderella story. Now, now, listen, why did my final thought turn into your final thought I'm hurt those a rebuttal to your final thought? So do you have a final final final thought a rebuttal final rebuttal? Okay, let's call it a day. Joy your law. What's left your long weekend? Good night, everybody will see up to hang in for JIMBO Tron in just a second. 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Good morning, mucus bags, JIMBO Tron is so psyched right now, cheese nation is out there right now on JIMBO Shawn's frontyard. Yes. It's probably a little cold today to be wearing daisy Duke shorts. But JIMBO Tron seven girlfriends know how much JIMBO Tron lex that they're erecting this Washington Monument, looking thing it's gigantic and very phallic looking. Let's just call it JIMBO trans award for long standing service all night, long, JIMBO Tron hopes. The neighbors will be okay with this giant bin JIMBO Schantz front yard. Steve project.
29 Cullen has a cold. Have you had a cold before ?
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12 Make time to learn English every day in lesson twelve thank you
"Hi, and welcome back to learn English with Cullen, and we had a lot of of feedback. Thank you very much. A lot of people have a Saint feedback in the link inside each of the lessons, and I just wanted to say thank you for that. And one of the questions, I get a lot recently is how can I learn English faster? And I think really one of the best ways is. Time making sure that you spend some time every day, it might just be an hour or could be twenty minutes or it might be ten minutes. And so what I'm going to do on the website on eat Mang dot com. If you go to E ATT MAG dot com, I'm going to stop separating some of the lessons into time and these lessons, you can download an icon Judah. Download these listens to your phone because it's going to be small listens. Maybe three or four minutes that we longer listened signal eight minutes, and then they'll be groups of lessons. So you can download a group of three listens for twelve minutes or twenty minutes. And that means that if there's lessons on your phone you'll be able to listen to those regularly. Even if you think you've got five minutes waiting for the bus or you've got ten minutes when your wedding to made a friend or you might have twenty minutes when you travel. In some way, you'd be able to listen to those audio book listens. Learn English with Cullen and having that touch or that connection with English every day is one of the quickest ways that I believe that you can learn English faster. So oh can't you in the next. Listen.
Identity at the Center #82 - Organizational Change Management with Carlos Rodriguez
"You're listening to the identity at the center. Podcast this is the show that talks about identity and access management and making sure who has access to what let's get started. Welcome to the identity of the center. Podcast i'm jeff and that's jim pay jim. Jeff how's it goin' not so bad yourself good listening to our show the other day after the first on why i mean i. Don't listen to every episode writer money every episode. But i don't like the listen to my own voice. I think a lot of people have that aversion. And i've got to say into For everyone who's listening on a regular basis they should know you are the man behind the scenes. Who does all the editing work in everything and all the funky music in the beginning. And that's what really got me as like we're like Totally pro year. I was wondering no said. I can't bet change in Earlier this year figured the new year. Let's may be try something a little different but Yeah i don't listen to our shows even even when i'm editing them listening to them but i'm not really listening to them looking for like background noise and light clicks and trying to you know. Make sure that. That sounds as good as i can. In my you know totally amateur. And i'm sure totally unprofessional. Way ahead of the show so it is totally. You know. I've learned a lot over eighty plus episodes at this point but Yeah i appreciate that. So it's you know it's cool. It's it's a. It's a passion project i think between the two of us right. Anna started and You know here. We are several months and dozens and dozens of episodes later while the other day. I said to somebody unequality said. Yeah this is my favorite part job and reminded me. It's not really part of the job now. Because it's it's definitely you know we. We do have day jobs. We don't really talk about it too much. You know but but yeah we do. I am strategy and cessnas and things like that but yeah it you know. we don't do sponsors either. It's gonna be kinda hard to turn this into. you know a paying gig without sponsorship. I guess and. I don't know if that's really. Wanna go. wait for that call from spotify. You know that million dollar check right. Well i guess if you're interested in sponsoring right you know free to get in touch if that makes sense as long as you can keep it. You know relatively vendor neutral. I'm i'm pretty open to anything. At this point i agree. I agree you know what's really been great though is been feedback from our listeners. And somebody that we're having on. Today is a listener of the show. And we've been in contact with and he's somebody who puts a lot of content himself so jump up passback to you the introduction but they think is really cool that you know. Our listeners are reaching out. There people who are active. I am practitioners as well. That's super cool and super pumped actually have carlos on the show will get him in a second here. He wrote an article That touched around. You know how to build a successful. I am program and it was on enterprise security mag dot com I'll wait to the article in our show and check that out and part of that article touched on managing organizational change. Which i thought was interesting and something that sometimes gets over. Vote right when we're developing programs and kind of getting things out out in the Into the real world so without further ado. Why don't we bring on the author of that article His name is carlos rodriguez. He's the director of it security and risk property insurance. Welcome carlos thank you. Jim and jeff Happened to be here. And i will start with not only thanking you for the opportunity but for the content that you put out everyday or every week we listening for what a year says. I appreciate it on. Behalf of the of our community will thank you so much. I feel like this deserves like a longtime listener. First-time caller third for radio trump's but Yeah that's right goal and excited to you here. Because i really want to get into that whole topic of the change management. But if you've been listening right you probably know the first question which is you know. How did you get into the. Im space the infosec. Area is something that shows you or did you choose it. i think we chose each other Honestly i grew up on a help desk. Frank like manny and borrow that usually well provisioning the provision in user. You know From education point of view in building a few processes but from there i got engaged with Body access remote accessed from a security point of view in firewalls. In what you concentrator than get growing into more of leadership roles drive in a strategies For access a whole and different organizations Mike badgen always being insecurity. And i discover a few years ago. That access was he who have sound security for any organization so carlos we referenced. This blog already And the the focus on. It was organizational or managing organizational change. Right in such a big part of anytime you've out. I am technology projects new processes on you know the the amount of impact they have on people. Managing that impact is really a key to the success of your of your initiative to tell us about the blog tells us about what your perspective is on change shirt so yeah so i. i'd entity and access management. A a broad topic is program is not a one off. We're not mfa ear. Ambi dawn or single sign on is a big business initiative and that's how i approach it and because of all we are way needed to have a stakeholder support all the way to the board of governors of citizens and we'll also have to realize and i'm sure you'll understand this but you're changing the way people work and interact with data systems so usually is very disrupted right and that's where organization change management can help you To to navigate the long journey because as the other point is is a long yardeni. You'll probably working on. This is this year but next year. You jump going to jump on a different Project and so on and they all tied to each other so There are different techniques for station. Change management that can help navigate. The ernie and this award from a stake holders Always kind of felt that. I am may be only second to any initiative in terms of how much compacts not much it touches business but in a way in a way i prioritize i m because it's usually the first place that people have impacted the organization so if you are a customer is obvious right. There's that whole registration getting logged in things like that. But even on the enterprise side your first activity usually on boarding to the organization. Can you access all these systems and even more so with everybody working remotely now. But it's just that level of touch right is such an impact on everybody and it's at burst impacted. They feel is correct. And then you have you talked about onboard and then you have to take those accounts on at some point in time or change their access Move through the organization so it is an ongoing process from the furs. Your as your last day. We gotta manage these Identities when you're managing change for the organization rate. No matter what it is. I would imagine that this is not a one and done type of situation. It's something that's gonna evolve and you're going to identify areas that you want to improve on just like anything else right. Things maybe got missed the first pass. Okay remember that for next time How do you approach that type of situation where getting it stood up and getting it ready to go so well with the was we brought in a stake holders from the entire organization from all business units and and basically in. What are your strong points where you're Pain points and based on that we bill a holy state or a strategy. The dan we presented to them and For feedback part of the side of the house But you know there are different techniques for Getting started. I was blessed to have an internal organizational change management team and one of the soonest is starting to found that out. I went to them. Said okay this is a year very impactful initiative. Can you help me. And they brought in some techniques and presented to me in What they they usually lead within the preferred technique here for his is known as at car. That's eighty k. I k. a. r. and it stands for the awareness the cy knowledge ability and reinforcement will. Does that mean. Well first you have to be aware that it changes needed. Does your awareness right. And that's where it communication it starts to drive that desire for that change and industrial Difficult part right. You're changing someone's weight of working and that has any back. Then you focus on that knowledge. You know training. How's the change gonna go name pag me and what have you again. The training list to acquire the ability to add that you need to have to support and sustain the change and then the reinforcement is ongoing. The you've probably have allowed that. We seen a lot of technology products everywhere that we never capitalize on the promised land right because there is another priority or or whatever reason sometimes we don't finish our projects and that's a reinforcement piece and also measurement of the of the change. Does your organization thinks change management very seriously. You talked a little bit about you. Had these internal stakeholders that you worked with talk slow a bit more about that was like a i mean. I'm not sure if your organization it's kinda formally established or you kind of reach into the organization to find people. I would think that it's of more common that you're really gonna need identify. Who are the people that can assist you in this area but maybe talk a little bit. About what your approach was in terms of identifying the people that can help you lose down. I i would imagine as a new person organization right. You need some kind of mentoring of houses done successfully in the past but then also if that people have influence within the organization and the groups that you're trying to reach out to correct so you touched on a few items that i did go buy one. I look for the cup. My sponsor right will where the sponsors of the project this case to appease in. It one. It's my buzz who handles his strategy architecture. Take a receipt. Nc insecurity the other one was the technology the And within those groups on the first thing was under sign okay. what is the business process. Here let me follow the money if you will right. That's what he says always go by. What are the key processing organization. I partner closely without Enterprise architecture team who is a assists organization and the resilience of also sister organization. Where all in the same leadership on their receipts inside our ski conducted basing analysis already. So i just went there. Look at okay. And then from there. I went to the process owners of those trade call processes way as a little bit of background. Because i do mention this earlier. Citizens is the insurance provider of last resort in the state of florida. That means we provide coverage for those who cannot get it in a commercial of from commercial here. Well that means a big part of our mission as a company and one of our bodies is that of service we have to be there for the policy holders when a storm heeds we actually have to be on ground zero to forty eight hours after the events so one of the key processes for office boarding the independent gestures that go assess the damage of the storm. And and that's one team i went to. We also have. We don't have sales internally pretty much work a lot with brokers and agents right that's another key stakeholders we always the holders and then our internal users So go through. All of these businesses bag analysis on my partnership would enterprise architecture identified those skills holders in them. Brother me for the conversations happens if you're talking with the stakeholders and you get a real stick in the mud. someone who might be difficult Have you encountered that niche. So you know. Is that something you know. What are some of the tips or tricks you might have. The folks are listening when when that web. But not when right so well. I understand that. Change is a long process right Studies have shown that organizational change really stakes after three years. Give or take on. So that is A concept known as a change change curve with visualize how this process goes right. So you are at the school for awhile right. Everything's going it's going well and then reintroduced to change right a dump point in time. What happens is exactly what you described is the nihil one. Are you doing this to me. If i why. I also use people take a self denial type of Not taking on this and that type of the then that Was star going down right on the curve then. There is a little bit of a bali. the bottom and that is when there's doubt and confusion and You know shorts a team. That's where i'm looking for. What's in it for me as a big piece of the change processes where all looking for me as a leader. What i need to communicate because what you want to do is on that bali you wanna get out of. That lally sooners boston. You don't want stay there long and one of the books have. My favorite books is called a big some bali. Actually there is a key question that they asked there in this situation. Which is what's the truth in this situation. And so i help people understand that if much again i partnered with that point with my sponsor and other people that had more time indoors To understand the other side because a in with people. I didn't know for the most part so before each conversation will prepare to with with longer tenured people in the team to understand. Okay i'm going to have the conversation with his ten me. Who is what's what's going on with this person. What is it looking for. She's looking for so then. Once you start coming out of the valley goes star going up to rationalize to actually accept the change. And then you get to that reigns. Supreme forsman are of it so in short. I think that i wanted to explain that that process. But really you have to communicate what cena for the person or for the business unit Held under send that and part of what i do also held on understand uncover manage risk. So they can make better decisions. Usually that worked. Well you mentioned establish using established relationships. And i'm curious to your thought on this. Is you know that involved in organizations where i've been there for a while and okay. Let's start. i am program. And i've also worked organizations where it didn't exist and it was brought in to create that i am program and didn't have the luxury of knowing anybody really right on this. This new person coming into the organs. You have to stand up and i Ineffective i m program without the benefit of any relationships. I see good and bad on that because you also not carrying baggage potentially from previous previous projects or previous expectations those sorts of things. What are your thoughts around you know. Do you think what is easier than the other. Are they about the same you know. What would you do if you were kind of dropped into. And he had a choice. Would you go into a new work. Would you try to start it up with the current. Org will the way i would approach. That is you you are working with someone internally right ura a consultant coming in your case you're working with someone in the team in internal organization that will be me myer. Oh my responsibility is to percents those people to you so you can have those conversations and as we that we work with a without everybody who salt on ear and that was my role. I was a coach at quarterback bring claims the spring vendor management who. Let's bring legal. And i will brief the team consultant team. We're bringing these folks. We will give them a little bit of background. And then we're really led the business guy the conversation. Tell me about your process. What matters to you. Let because at the end of the day. As i mentioned earlier this is a business initiative. This is not the project. And that's how we gain support from the board and everyone and so you make them feel like we're listening to them right and you know all the techniques around leeson reinforcement and then when you present the results bag make sure they get feedback again both Usually you know they felt they were part with this is not it or security working on a silent telling us what to do. They actually are considering my implement and this value to that. That's right so jeff. Got new analogy. College just gave me which is what makes a good. I am program manager. Is he or. She is a quarterback right just every they make everybody else. Look like a sar. But carlos says you're kind of going through the pizza valleys of change management. They couldn't help. Draw the analogy to the seven steps of grief. Very very cool. Denial you know and others can't be happening to me but you know what it was coming to mind. You're talking about that. Is you know you're helping people accept the change. Talk a little bit earlier about the the trainings. That your your that you wind up doing things like that. And i think that you know what came to mind or what i was wondering was you know what are the forms of communication. Are you getting this out. There are used. You know leveraging corporate email newsletters. Are you sending letter from the desk of the neo over some of the techniques that you use to communicate change the organization. Yes all of them so we have different ways communicate because people are busy so you know. We were up with information out as much as weekend. Obviously there are certain pain very formal channels to communicate with the board and a check of excecutive team. We use those forms for that. I offer any was accepted to the second team to come talk to their leadership teams and remember boards executive. These are ten minutes conversation right if teammate various shorter to the point. And what's in it for me. So when i went to talk to claims i modify my message about the claims processing the how this impacts at when i went to talk to. Hr i talk about you know idea and out the you know a charter system placing to a probation and the probation potentially right. 'cause i knew that was a change willing. Pack them And so and so for that. That's the Business and highest stakeholders level. Then we also wrote a intern articles that came from our coo. Who is my line of my line of leadership. She's our bought my boss's boss so she put articles out there My bus would articles. Might my team perotti goals. We also the And then you. You continue. Try just based on the prior. You're working on right so mfa we when we're all i'm fa out with put a lot of A series of we we call tectonics on open mic conference call and with technology people in there to answer questions really brief ten minutes Overview and then join a and those were it with organization. We had somewhere between five and time with maybe six people attending. That's that we also have a another Venue which is our gile All of our gal ceremonies one of them for example is inspect and adapt. Well that's when we go and show people what we're doing and they give us feedback. It's all about feedback. That's what we tried to Allowed we provide information gets back to justice so a lot of different ways to communicate. But it's about reinforcing the message while. I'm glad that you gave me transition right. We have enough time to pick another topic. And so in another one of your blog articles. You talk about agile methodologies. I m women's may question bluntly is do you find that. Nigeria works better than traditional waterfall. Approach is when it comes to i am. I think it's a rarely. I don't know i. I know this is not the answer that we all liked but it depends on who you are. The best on your says before us We are still growing today. Ya'll transformation we've been on the journey for about three to four years which sounds like a long time but For a transformation of that magnitude is actually early so for us We approach Tallahassee but sometimes we may apply waterfall techniques depending on the magnitude of the of the project for example privilege access. We did a lot of waterfall there. Early on as we transition to the being deploy and then ideal off her dad But for most for the most part we work in brains two weeks sprains where we tried to release some seravalli negotiation. But you know while you had. The infrastructure in place is more of a waterfall So it's kind of a full for us. Some cases a skirmish. I like that. That sounds like there really is a place for a hybrid approach where you're not strictly agile. You're not strictly waterfall. But you take the right approach for whatever project or maybe even team right that that you're engaging with have you found any particular mix that works really well or is it truly. You know figuring it out as you're going through it with with different personalities you know it could be a project personality or could be a team personality. That sort of sort of approach. There is a misconception. Or misunderstanding. About i and i found that we might team. It's the poi- fast will. It's not that really really has nothing to do or little to do with speed. It has more to do really with the lever in value. So with that said our approach is in our security team and many of the Here is about releasing and getting feedback. Right was this what you're looking for this where you're looking for engagement with the stakeholders the prog owners to make sure that we're delivering the value. They are looking for. And because there's a lot of competing priorities in any organization as you know and so you gotta make sure that dry. The lebron volley if not. They're either going to not care much about what you're doing or shut down the project. So feedback Is the for that we we do. We lean more to worse. I out to two weeks spring In our case how do you defend the quality when it comes to moving with speed. Because i think that's typically one of the areas that a lot of organizations than know project team struggle with is when you get into these heads down sprints and you're kinda running full speed. I make sure you don't run through a wall instead of maybe making sure that you ran through the door that was already there and you're not causing more havoc than than you're creating Solutions to we From my point of view what we do is we would try to provide the requirements as early on the camden or folio combats possible Different stages so Once would propagate about to take off we have a pretty solid S the c Checklist and that's where we inject our Our it security assessment those that lease so he does a lean risk analysis. While we know at that time right give any harry. Risks that drive controls and we look at it. Okay based on. You're telling me we need these controls and that gave the Residual risk So that was very well accepted. That was another change. That was like why are you doing this. Why do i have to now go through these things. But once people saw the value that we basically are not even in the conversations. Sometimes because now what. We're doing this. The enterprise architecture team is running with that tool and in the future when bachchan were he cannot security champions program very soon when we did last year but the world changed last year so we had to talk about agile. We have to p within folks another things so we're about to resume that and hopefully security champions can take ownership of that in the manages there part of the business units and know will be more security coaches and they love that would basically provide the guidance we should requirements. Get out of the way the follow up question. I was thinking of. is you know. Does this change the role of the sea so in project delivery especially when it comes to security projects here. You're saying yes. I don't know if you're saying that is that's kind of the changing minds. Mindset that you have in terms of what that role ought to be or if it has anything to do with the agile waterfall. What do you think of that. I think the main role of the season in any organization is to build and manage relationships and then provide vision provide guidance on risk management and so our mission statement. I'm gonna Because we just redid it but is basically where here to provide Data and educated business on risk. So so they make. Decisions for security doesn't Own risk we manage it for the organization we tell them. Here's areas your alternatives to handling and then usually from an it when especially in in other abuses unions. They come to How can we remediate. These is also end sometimes That's one thing. The other thing that i tried to do is promotes experimentation 'cause that's part of how are we are and i had a conversation with this morning. Hey where why are we changing this the initial Guidance that we provided to the team this was a conversation amongst the owners for. I am or prog owners. I'm like well. We're not saying we're changing direction. Let me ask you this show. We listen to what they have to say to save his any volume. We should pursue that route and the answer was yes. We should listen to them like well. Let's do that a smallest behrman make sense. We could going if not a no and some people would say well. You're wasting time really what we're doing is we're learning So that's the role of the system is to manage relationship encourage innovation and experimentation obviously managed of the team management reminds me a lot of A piece of relationship advice. That i once heard and i wish i knew who it was. I could probably give them credit. But you know it's it's it's not me versus you. It's us against the problem right. And if you can bring in you know other parts the organization and and have them to see the tables okay. Well here's here's what we're trying to solve for right. Here's what we think. What do you think usually you know. Multiple heads are better than one when it comes this situation and an empowering the organization to make those decisions and those changes into own things i think is a very important part of that too so i totally agree with that What are some of you know. We're starting to come towards the end of our time here. But i wanted to understand from your perspective What are some of the things that you use to stay sharp right. I mean we've been in the space for a while and sometimes there are multiple outlets of information especially in the age that we live in with. You know the internet. It's no longer The ma- you know the security magazine that gets delivered to the office so much you know every week. It seems What are some of things that you use to try to not only stay sharp but to really kind of understand that perspectives of some of the stakeholders that. You're talking with well. Listen to podcasts. Like this one This one in particular for anything. Identity is stay bob sale. Where a with Then you know. I have a number of of that. I listened to from not only security but leadership at a recently started Listening to a couple of an interpreter sheep because that is That helps me a lot to jump into this endeavors. But you know books i. I really enjoyed The books from marion hoppner on identity Attack vectors privilege attack makers those are really great boots from this area books on leadership. also Besides conference. I am a big fan of those Is very relaxed. Practitioners favored those down more than the big big big ones where you really get to talk to peers. And does the last one is fierce people like you that can have a conversation With about anything because at the end of the day way someone has seen the issues that have seen in the last thing i do than the health has helped me develop a lot is i. I actually stay on what my boss and his boss are reading. And i've been doing this buffoon before. I go to citizens for a while when i went into meetings in their offices presidency. Oh ceo cio any. Chief outlook look their shelves and just speak on and see what they have been reading. Now got that and Because it helps me understand where they're coming from what they're thinking about being very helpful to me. I think that's a really great tip for folks that are out. There is to be able to understand the perspective that you know. The folks who are in positions above from a leadership perspective is to understand what is their point of view. Because i think it's an opportunity to you know reinforce what they're hearing or counter what they may be hearing from an information standpoint especially you know If there is something that may be counter where you're trying to get done. So i pictured this back in the old days right is is sneak into an office in like peering through books and magazines on the dust and things like that to try and get you know Intelligence on on what people are looking at the content a better understand the psychology of why they why they are the way they are Well that's cool We're going to have links to The different articles That you've published out there on our show notes Before we get things wrapped up for this show Any final words of wisdom. Carlos that you can kinda throughout their into I am land for the people who are listening from a strategic point of view when if you are building strategy or reshape in what have you remember is business initiative that business problem and in order to solve it. You need the business stakeholders to help you lead them. Guide that a strategy. And you'll get support since i've been here because i took that approach. I haven't yet to find pushback from the like that. How about jim yourself anything you want to close out with before we let these fine folks go. I'm just so appreciative of carlos. Being on the show and sharing his wisdom his experienced it kind of reinforces to me that we do have listener base out there and the the folks who are listening are like us right constantly thinking about how to make business more secure how to make user experience better and you know part of the topic. We discussed today how to make it so that you know. The change that were inflicting on the organization is accepted as well as possible right. These are hard things. Change is hard changed. Hard to implement changes to be on the receiving end of But it just you know having today reminds me that your listener base out there so strong And really love interacting with all of you who listen on a regular basis. Please reach out and connect you jeff night on linked in polishes opened as well as very prolific in terms of Publishing articles and sharing information on his speed so lease feel completely. Welcome to reach on connects. All three of us. Yeah that's a good point i do. I do think the the im field is very welcoming is is not a very competitive field. At least i feel in if you're in the trenches right. We're all trying to solve similar problems. Maybe not exactly the same but There are you know communities the people out there that are struggling with the same problems that might be facing on a daily basis. And you know if it's been solved elsewhere there is no shame in taking what's been learned and applying that to the problems that you've already seen you may have to tweak it massage it whatever it may be but i think that's a great thing and one thing i like most about the i am You know industry itself is is everyone is very welcoming and yet totally echo. What jim said about connecting with with any of us. We're always happy to have a conversation in this. Podcast is proof. So let's let's keep the conversation going if there's things that you wanna talk about reach out. Let's get it on the table and in had that discussion so Totally appreciate carlos. Thank you so much not only for listening but for being part of the show as well and bringing your your experience your knowledge to the table for for folks to Drive benefit from With that we're going to go ahead and call it for this week. You can hit us on the web at senator dot com ron twitter at idea. Dac podcast there's going to be shown that have the wings to both of carlos. His writings and links also connects a any any three of us from lincoln as well so without will go ahead and close it out for this week and thanks everyone for listening and we'll talk with y'all and the next one. Thanks for listening to the identity at the centre podcasts. If you like what you heard. Don't forget to subscribe visit us on the web. Identity at the center dot com.
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Yeah just the downspouts gutters right down. Yeah you got it. Yeah yeah so and it. It's crazy it looks like snow except it's ice What did you get. Did you get crazy weather last night. Up where you are in. We had a lot of wind and rain. We didn't i didn't see any how By me but i. I've seen a lot of friends south of where i am I have a friend lives in mesquite and Yeah he was videos of the hale and stuff so i don't think we got it as bad as people south of us. Yeah well and i'm sunnyvale. Which borders mosquito. Here's a funny story so vinnie. My daughter calls texts me and says mom. There's a really bad storm coming in about fifteen minutes. I thought oh. I better go out and check on tom and willie. 'cause they're back behind the big barn. You know those are my two dogs. That i can't mix with the rest of my dog just yet maybe one day. Hopefully we'll be able to their two hound dogs that i found on the street on my way to thanksgiving dinner like three years ago to over the river and through the woods they were named after willie nelson tom petty because we were listening to like old school rock and country going through the hill country. Anyway so i get out there and i'm like holy mother what's happening and the roof you know i said oh my gosh. She said fifteen minutes. So i quickly made sure they were okay mic. Check their food and water and all that and i start sprinting. Back to the house and the the hale was picking me and i was like. Oh my gosh you know what she said fifteen minutes but it wasn't too bad you know. I'm tough i could take it but but always interesting stuff happening around this house with all these animals but It's great to be on the air today. We have a fantastic show. I'm so excited to announce both of our guests at the half. We've got dr randall. Bell he is an economist but more importantly he has. He has consulted on more disasters on earth and anyone in history. He is widely considered the world's top authority in the field of post traumatic thriving and he actually wrote an incredible book about it. Post traumatic thriving. By dr randall bell. We're going to be talking with him. How to dive survive and thrive after trauma. And we've got dr harold katz with this is well. He is on the line. Let me tell you a little bit about him. He is widely recognized as the final authority on breath. You guys he is the founder of the california breath clinics and the author of the bad breath. Bible the definitive guide to the causes and solutions to prevent bad breath and taste disorders He's been featured on fox and friends. Fox's mike and juliet show good morning america view and countless others. Dr cat a graduate of ucla school of dentistry and holds a separate deke degree and bacteria algae from i think i said that right. Bacteria bacteriology from ucla. I'll let dr katz. Let me know if i said that right. His website is the The are breath dot com or therabreath dot com. I think is what it's supposed to be right. Dr katz therabreath correct. Yeah sarah such a pleasure to have you with us. I'm checking my breath before i went on the air. I think it's okay good. I don't smell anything over the radio. Well you know what's funny. I love this topic and how many people were about their breath. You know I think everybody does is just something you don't ever want to have bad breath. It's just gross right well. Everyone worries about their breath and the reality is about a third of the population has bad breath almost all the time which could be due to medications. They're taking They could have Post nasal drip Could be due to poor oral hygiene but most often it's due to bacteria that live in the back of your son and tonsils and these bacteria produce what we call volatile sulfur compounds. So what you're smelling is the chemical byproduct or as we say the bacterial boop of these bacteria. And that's what that's what offends us because some of the some of the chemicals one is called cadaver in another. It's called future seen so just the names alone tell you. It's a smell of rotting flesh. And how did you become So interested if you will or obsessed almost with bedrest because you're the authority on it. So kevin dentist is you had mentioned that degree in bacteriology so it's bacteria that are involved in bad breath but About twenty five years ago one of my daughters. She was thirteen at the time came up from school and she was in tears. She said daddy. Do i have bad breath. And i said well. Why do you ask fat. Says well my friends offering me governments especially on the the ride home from school. She'd be in the car with them. And all of a sudden they pop up here have some gum or have a meant and she started to take it personally thinking. Oh my does something wrong. And indeed there was In her case She was on the girls basketball team so after practice or after a game her mouth became dry. And that's one of the leading causes of bad breath. Once you must becomes dry you no longer have the natural protection of saliva saliva. Nature's way of keeping your breath freshman year round babies and drooling fantastic with that that's saliva has oxygen in. Oxygen is the natural enemy of the anaerobic bacteria. So keeping your mouth moist is rule number one so her mouth was dry just the opposite and it bacteria consensus that they start to produce more of the sulfur compounds so on the way home from school when it was dry she was offending friends and out came the governments and She was asking me all these questions and I decided to look into it and we started a clinic that specialized in treating bad breath. And harry i'm twenty five years later talking to you. Wow well you know i i. That's fascinating. I never knew that junior. Did you know that that a dry mouth is the number one cause a bad breath. I didn't at all. That's that's an interesting Because i i always worry about it. Obviously and dan. I didn't know because my mouth gets dry. All the time domino's about morning breath when you sleep at night. Everyone knows a morning breath. All about your sleeping at night for seven or eight hours and you brain those you're not going to be eating for those seven or eight hours The saliva production goes way down against the us that natural protection. The bacteria are still. They're still breaking down proteins extracting sulfur from the amino acids in those proteins. So you have a cell phone factory going on for eight hours you wake up in the morning and the first thing that comes out of your mouth or these volatile sulfur compounds so that that sort of an example if you imagine that that dry mouth goes on throughout the day whether it's a side effect from antihistamines and depressants blood pressure medicine or drinking too much alcohol or even using mouthwash which has a lot of alcohol that makes them out as well so sometimes people think those strong mouthwashes are helping when in fact they could be doing. The opposite. Could be making your mouth dry and leading to bad breath. Wow i did my homework. Before i went on the air and one of the quotes that i i read. A toothbrush is only as good as the user which you agree dr katz very true I did some research with johnson johnson years ago about how long people brush their teeth. It's thirteen seconds l. My you need to brush your teeth for two minutes. And the problem is why people brush so so. Rapidly is most toothpastes. Having ingredient in the called sodium laurel fell fate. It sounds like oh some great chemicals. Some great medicines. Actually they come up with some for soap. It's put into toothpaste to make it foam up and when you must get so full of foam you stop brushing. and then people can't brush any longer than the thirteen seconds no We have therabreath actually makes the toothpaste without detergents can brush for two minutes about the looking like a rabid dog. Oh nice that's nice Do you guys have any other products that you make you make a mouthwash without alcohol and all that. Yeah we make a non alcohol. Mouthwash are mouthwashes based on oxygen. We know that oxygen is the natural enemy of the bacteria. So we have one of the first avenue oxygenated mouthwash and it's available at walmart and target and in fact what i'd like to do for your listeners. If they want some free samples we have a freebie kit. We send out for free so call. My office is a hundred five. Five seven six nine six zero eight hundred five five seven sixty nine sixteen ended up free therabreath mouthwash toothpaste and our breath mints. Okay so it is true though if you've got bad breath that's the first thing that somebody does right and i think a universally if somebody says hey. Would you like you're like do. I have that breath way to test your own breath at home. I'm sure you see movies and tv where that nerdy fellow cups his hand and blows into it. That's a great way to smell your hand but if you want to check your breath what you do lick the back of your hand Make sure look your own hand less drive for a few seconds and then take for that and the reason that works is those nasty sulfur compounds blend with your saliva. Once the liquid evaporates the sulfur sticks to the back of your hand and you can pick it up that way. Wow well that's fascinating fun. Tuck don't you junior. i'm loving about. I know i know. So let's go for a quick break. Everyone stay tuned. More coming up with dr harold katz and we'll be right back. You're to one life radio home. Beat a don't listening to one life radio. Make sure you check out our podcast and get to know the show at one life. Radio dot com. Welcome back. everyone you're listening to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior. And dr harold cabs we are continuing live on iheartmedia live from dallas texas as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk if you miss the first opening of the show. Dr katz is a widely recognized Individual he is recognized as the final authority on breath. He is the founder of the california breath clinics and the author of the bad breath. Bible the definitive guide to causes and solutions to prevent bad breath and taste disorder. So you know dr katz tastes disorder disorders. What is that. i've never heard of that. Many people who suffer from bad breath also have a problems. recognizing certain tastes period of time. Reason is these bacteria when they produced sulfur. It coats the back of the tongue. Taste buds are and it alters our ability to taste properly so many people who experienced bad breath for a period of time can no longer differentiate between certain types of tastes. They taste become sort of muddied. So by using the therabreath products it will clean off the tongue very well. Get rid of this all compounds in people tell us they have the ability to tastings much better We've also discovered that many people who have tasted orders I have a low intake zinc So our breath mints. They're called therapist. Mouth wedding lozenges. They contain a nice dose of zinc. Glue khanate which helps to restore the ability. Food's better well you know what's funny is during the whole cova thing. I was doing a lot of research reading. And and it's People a lot of people don't know this but if you're deficient in zinc you lose your your sense of taste and smell. If you're like it thank you. Yes and i thought how. Why are we not telling people that. That's that's you so you know just interesting fact right. So many many many studies support a supplement of zinc Just just do To restore ability as properly and smell properly. Yes is it. Because i know this sounds kind of gross but because they have a dirty tongue because they have too much bacteria ana it and that's why they should be taking your talking More or less. Shag carpets from the seventies except my not alvarado green bacterial of in-between the fibers. That make up your tongue of in-between the propel because they're anaerobic. They can't live on the surface. But what what does happen to the surface of the tongue it becomes discolored with debris with with this up with the sulfur compounds. So people tend to have bad. Breath have sort of yellowish whitish coating on their tongue again. It's not the bacteria themselves but the Sulfur compounds that are being produced very gently. Brush your tongue during the day with the soft nyland toothbrush. You don't need to scrape it really hard just Using a asaf soft nyland toothbrush in the therabreath toothpaste or the therabreath oral rinse. The oxygen will do the chemical work and to gently. Brush them we'll get rid of some of the debris that's their way about scraping your tongue. And what about baking soda. Does that have the same effect to well. Baking soda works as an antacid It very helpful to sort of changed the ph in the mouth. Many of the commercial mouthwashes or extremely acidic and acids also can destroy tooth enamel a to sorta balance the ph so baking soda every once in a while. Okay the therabreath formulas already have a slightly over seven so they work has an antacids. You don't need to use the baking soda But as far as scraping the town. I'm a proponent of gently brushing the tongue scraping the sometimes people get a little bit too violent and they can cause tongue bleeding and your tongue does have a lot of blood vessels in it and it will bleed profusely if you're a little too rough with it so go gentle on the tongue. Is it true that you should hold your toothbrush like a pencil. And also. Because i'm i'm there's so many things i want to ask you. What about how important thing is very important. The only way to get rid of food products in between teeth is with dental floss Some mouthwashes used to claim that it it gets in between the teeth. That's that's false. You need to get some dental floss in there. What we recommend is some of the flaws in the therabreath mouthwash and then law so it will get rid of the food particles and also deodorize it. If you want to get an idea of what your breath smells like sometimes Rent plus in between your molars and take with that. That's what people are smelling. So don't don't do it on a crowded airplane on a bus that yeah very diplomatic well can breath be a sign of something more serious going on in the body Yes there are cases where people who have who have symptoms or signs of bad breath. They may have some liver disease or kim diseases rather rare even some lung conditions have bad breath as a side effect but in the vast majority of cases it's again the bacteria in the back of your tongue throat and tonsils. There is one condition that sort of goes hand in hand. It's called tonsil. Stones where people get these little globs growing deep in the crevices of their tonsils That's a combination mucus as it drains down the back of your throat catches the in the nooks and crannies your tonsils where the bacteria may be living and they create these little stone like it looks like a little pieces of cheese they smell tremendous. We even have a kit at our website. Therabreath dot com. It's called the tonsil stones. Get that they'll help out the tonsil area. Do you want to have that issue as well. Wow well are are there. Certain foods treats or drinks that really can cause really bad brass that we should stay away from. We know onions and garlic have sulfur compounds to begin with so you're giving yourself bad breath when you eat them. But the hidden the hidden food group are dairy foods Gary foods have very dense proteins and those proteins have a lot of sulfur in the amino acids that make them up and what these bacteria doing their goal is not to give you bad breath. Their goal is actually to break down proteins. So that when you swallow your food it's more easily digestible. in in your gut The byproduct of of the protein breakdown are the compounds. So people in high protein diets particularly dairy foods. will tend to have higher incidences of bad breath korea's a problem career foods. Have sulfur in them. Smoking is a problem no matter smoking cigarettes or something else makes the mouth dry There's an increase in cannabis use in many states in america and there's a lot of incidences of cotton mouth because marijuana has a side effect of making about extremely dry those people media more help because of the dry mouth all the time. Wow well i'll good stuff to know And other fruits. I'm never giving up onions and garlic. In fact i made a home night after cats. I started with two big fat onions. Okay afterma up sawed tatum and olive oil and then not zucchini and veggie broth and sauteed and served unauthorized cooked. The onions and garlic takes a lot of that odor away him raw. That's the problem right thing. I so much roasted garlic garlic once. I actually smelled like garlic for a couple of days afterwards. So you really do have to be careful with that but Are there any foods that help with bad breath. yes Anything which which keeps your mouth moist. Obviously drinking water is important. We use one and a half liters of saliva days. You need replenish that wa that liquid so drinking six to eight glasses of water day is extremely helpful but look for fruits and vegetables which have liquids themselves very good All sorts of berries are fantastic. Blueberries raspberries strawberries. They're all great There's one food that sort of a myth people think parsley is vital because the chlorophyll chlorophyll is good. If you're a plan to be humans need oxygen so it's not gonna help you very much. Unfortunately well it's great to have you on the show. It really is anything else. You want our listeners. To know not just come to the website. Therabreath dot com. You can download our book The bad breath the bible directly from the website. Fifty five pages. It shows you what your tongue should look. Like what should not look like. And if he wants free samples call me. It's eight hundred five five seven six nine six zero and you can pick up their breasts at walmart. Target all the drug chains and all the food markets. Thank you so much and if you want if you want to know if you have bad breath you lift your hand right the back here. All right great to have you on the show with his doctor right. Everybody stay tuned. We've got dr randall. Bell coming up. He is amazing. He has worked on some of the some of the most Oh my gosh. Traumatic cases like the world trade center flight. Ninety three crash site Hurricane katrina and many many more stay tuned. More coming up with dr randall bell. You're listening to one life. Radio gave care at away. Dog should toss long way. Took follow us on social media. One my radio goo goo dolls there for dr randall. Bell so excited to have him on the show Dr bell is with us today. Welcome back to one life. Radio we are live from dallas texas. This is bernadette with junior. As i said dr randall bell. He is an economist and has consulted on more disasters on earth than anyone in history and is widely considered the world's top authority in the field of post traumatic thriving. His cases include world trade center. The flight ninety three crash site the be oil spill hurricane katrina and tragedy tragedy such as jon benet ramsey oj simpson and the heaven's gate. Mass suicide often called the master of disaster. Dr bell is squarely focused. On authentic recovery and resilience his research has been profiled on major television shows and featured in numerous magazines and the international media. His websites are core. I q dot com post traumatic thriving dot com on facebook and twitter and instagram. at core. I q uh skills and at cure. I q such an honor to have you with us today. Dr randall bell. Welcome to one life radio bernadette. It's it's a real honor to be talking to you thank you. You're welcome. And when i and it's likewise it's so great to have you with us and your book post. Traumatic thriving is incredible. It's very very well written and comprehensive. And i think it can help heal a lot of people. And there's a lot of people out there that need healing And you know when when i introduced you on your bio Focused on authentic recovery. Can you tell our listeners. What a recovery is. Well what i mean by that is we want to do something then than just kinda slam abandoned on things and pretend we're all better. That's what addiction is all about. And i'm convinced bernadette that the biggest problem facing the world is unresolved trauma particularly for childhood trauma. And we've been taught a number of things that just don't work like you know suck up or or just forget about it Those techniques don't work and that's why we have you know frankly so much addiction and stuff like that going on in the world today. My approach is to really deal with it face it and and do what science has proven over and over again. We'll bring an keeling. Yeah and i agree with you. One hundred percent I you know everyone that. I know including myself That has dealt with a lot of trauma or loss. It's most of. It is from childhood trauma you know. I grew up with a brother that was schizophrenic. And it was it was a very. It was very difficult childhood. But you know you learn a lot from from that too and it makes you kind of like what's what what doesn't kill. You makes you stronger because we all have to go pretty much through some sort of trauma throughout our life right. Yeah we sure do. And i'm no exception. I had We we all have him you. You described jurors. I i had open heart surgery and when i was eleven and and the dodgers did a terrific job fixing me physically but You know i never wanted to talk about it. And that resulted in problems. Later on in life which i've dealt with successfully but Yeah we all face that kind of stuff one way or another. And i did read that in your book and you were very angry about it. You're angry about the people that kept that information away from you. Do you think that that would have you know a suede your anger or even your fear that you were dealing with at eleven years old. Had they been more forthright and honest with you. I've been so. I mean i love my parents my mom and dad the job but they were kind of part of that generation where they just didn't talk about things and you know the fact that i had to answer jury was was a secret. Kept for me until you know kind of the last minute and frankly it came as a huge shock but i forgive them and i've worked one. The one of the techniques. I talked about in the book is doing exactly. I'm i'm demonstrating right now. You talk about it. You don't stuff you don't stuff inside you just openly openly talk about things or either with a trusted person or openly publicly and that's part of the healing process is is going through the you know talking about. The ugly stuff is kind of embarrassing. It helps yeah. No i you know. We've had i've had plenty of it in my family and it is. It can be embarrassing. You know it really can but you know you. You earned the nickname master of disaster. How did you do that. The la times did a an article on my career Years ago and they call him a massive disaster honestly bernadette. I didn't like the name. But then i decided. Hey you know what. Just go with it and i give speeches now in various groups high school groups and so forth and you know i just kind of have fun with it but that's how it started the reason i got the name is 'cause you know you mentioned that i worked. I've worked in still working on disasters all over the world. And i meet the people behind the statistics and that gave me you know terrific access to some really profound wisdom that i accumulated them put in the book. So it's that career the kind of gave me that nickname in the book post traumatic thriving The art science stories of resilience. It's an amazing book. It really is i already bought one for a family member And and and really enjoyed it. There's so much that you go into about healing and how to heal yourself And starting with addressing that your childhood trauma right which is typically where it starts off. It is and i do. I volunteer in a at san quentin prison in a volunteer group to help these inmates. You know turn their lives around and And a lot of these inmates ended horrible crimes. But you listen to their stories their childhood not as an excuse but You know golly. I mean they went through some horrific childhoods and i sit with them and listen to their stories like five. Gone through as a kid you know. I probably be sitting in prison to. I'd be so But that's where it starts. We've gotta protect the children. We gotta protect every child And and deal with this trauma more effectively as than what we've been doing you know in the past. And that's what the that's what this is all about. Yeah no it's it's interesting. You know your bio that. You're a sociologist. an-and economist. How did happen. I went to grad school. I i you know i i was. I went to grad school and economics at ucla. and then. And then i started you know working on disaster sites And i met the people behind the statistics. And they it was so interesting. I went back to school for my phd to Learn sociology so i could understand the dynamics of disasters on the dynamics of the people behind those statistics. Is this kind of evolved over time. Yeah well and i. You know the thing that That really strikes me listening to you. I could share anything with you. You sound like the most humble loving guy. I think i've i've ever been on the air with. I can see why people open their hearts to you seriously. You know. that's a that's a gift. That's a gift for people to feel so comfortable with you. That they'll tell you anything and let their heart right. That is really kind of you to say. I appreciate it. I mean the thing is is that I you know. I've had some celebrities and i sat and coconut at the port out their hearts to me that the thing people can guarantee with me is that i will keep my mouth shut if i will keep something confidential and and that's that's part of the healing process is finding a good therapist or a good person can sit down with and talk about the ugly stuff and and get it off our chests And so i. If i wanna it's an ability to shut up and not not divulge And and But i appreciate the kind words. No and i i mean it i you know i don't i don't say things i don't mean i think it's a good practice but you know in your book you write you write about a about john resnick of the goo goo dolls and What an amazing story. He had a trauma and hitch his childhood how he overcame at any almost had to hit rock bottom before he decided he didn't want to live like that any longer so How important is hitting rock bottom. And is it necessary in order to change to truly heal and change. Yeah i hope people don't go there because some people hit rock bottom and they don't recover but sometimes arrogance gets in the way you know john. I had the privilege of meeting them Back stage once and and he. He was a very kind of very He was very humble He wasn't you know and people that feel from trauma tend to be that way Ten tend to be have a lot more empathy for those around them and and not putting on a show So you know. I hope people don't hit rock bottom. Of sometimes it's kinda necessary. You know the The book is built to get at people wherever they are in their trauma. and kinda. there's fifteen chapters and you start with the shock and you work through the process and that tends to be very very handling. I hear it over and over again. People are reading the book and somebody will have to have a pun on me to say they've read it three times because it's just every time you go through that process you get more healing. You get more clarity. And that's what i'm trying to that trying to. I'm trying to accommodate. Well sometimes i think it takes a lifetime to heal you know It it just does you. You grow and you learn and you you know you get wisdom along the way and little nuggets that you carry with you but you know. I was thinking of the words to one of You know John rusnak or the goo goo goo dolls lyrics to the song. Iris i believe just to know i'm alive. So people feel that way don't they. Yeah they sure do and and the really kind of the core message. The essence of the message is the greatest. Miracle in the world is change to take someone you know mid life or later in life and and they're carrying this garbage inside of them when you when you hold this stuff inside you create a war within yourself outside you might like you might look great but inside. There's a war going on and to face things and to a change to have a change of heart like the inmates in prison and the celebrities who get all caught up in drugs and all that You know if we can have the courage to change we may not change the world. But we're gonna change our world and that's that's what it's all about. I couldn't agree more. We're going to go for a quick break. Everyone stay tuned. More coming up with dr randall. Bell he is amazing and he is also the author of the post traumatic thriving. The art science and stories of resilience. We'll be right back. You're listening to one life radio It's no that's real. Have a long ago this year. Ads out now. Al two find us on facebook. Hit like and follow us at one. Live radio little more. Go down to everyone and welcome back to one life radio. This is bernadette with junior and dr randall. Bell we are live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as southern california on a. b. c. news talk. If you're just now. Joining us dr randall. Bell as an economist. Dr randall bell has consulted on more disasters on earth than anyone in history and is widely considered the world's top authority in the field of post traumatic thriving. His cases include the world trade center. The flight ninety three crash site bb. Or excuse me the bp oil spill hurricane katrina and tragedies such as jon benet ramsey o. j. simpson and the heaven's gate mass suicide his research has been profiled on major television shows and featured in numerous magazines and international media. You can find him at core. I q dot com or post traumatic thriving dot com on unsocial at core. I q skills or on twitter at core. I q were talking about dive. Survive and thrive after trauma And his book post traumatic thriving the art and science art science stories of resilience and incredible book. Everyone out there listening dr belt. Let me ask you this You know what does trauma due to our brain. Oh there's a very strong neurological effect and the the research on this comes on a harvard. There's at least twenty articles on the topic when when trauma hits when we're well let me back up when we're having a normal day you know our brain is in kind of what's called para sympathetic mode. It's just kind of rest and digest national logical thing in our brain. Actually we actually have three brains. We have the reptile brain which is the inner brain. That's our instincts. The middle brain is the mammal brain. That's emotion and outer brain is the human brain. That's where we have our unique human characteristics of logic and so forth when trauma hits our killing brain turns on everything else turns off and we act out of instinct and so after the trauma post trauma. what happens is we're going along our day. We're triggered something sets us off. It could be a song and could be a memory. Could be driving by a place where the trauma happened and our human brain again turns off our reptilian brain. Turns on that causes a lot of problems when we're acting out of instinct particularly when there's no trauma this is after the trauma where this all happens. So the the secret is to basically understand this Physiology which. I explained in the book with kinda courtroom exhibits thing and charts and so forth and the goal is to be triggered but not a not allow the reptilian brain to come out and and have a reaction that's landed in jail or addiction or something like that. That's a quick overview of of what happens in our with our brains. We and i was a. I can't pull it up right now. Because i've got. I've got the book right here. But i don't have an open to that page. But i learned so much from the book a post traumatic thriving even about some of the addictions or Things that we use in order to to heal ourselves one of them being even politics and religion And i was actually speaking with my daughter about it. And she said yeah. I'm that that's what i learned in sociology. She studied socio sociology as well. So many things that we don't think of that we use our tried to use to heal ourselves That really shocked me. That's exactly right because drugs and alcohol only part of the picture and and what people that get into this they're trying to mask the pain from these unresolved traumas rather than authentically healing from the traumas. And it's the same thing anything. Dogmatic manic politics or dogmatic religion can be kind of a a soothing thing to sneak. Were better than others to think that we're right and everybody else is wrong is a delusion that is is really very similar. It's cousin to drugs and alcohol. It's masking the pain So anything dogmatic or extreme Is is problematic. And they all harm us. Do you think that's one of the reasons. The president presidential election so volatile. The sheer is so many people just are going through so much trauma with everything. That's been happening in the world and it's just a a form of expression or trying to you know Medicate themselves i sure. Do i mean extreme. Politics is a self as as a type self medication and the world is broken. People do the world's tough place. Let's let's face it there and anytime we don't properly heal from our traumas that out that the was gonna be the outcome. Is these extreme behaviors whether you know. And there's a whole spectrum of choices not just the drugs and alcohol. They get a lot of attention. But it's as as we're talking about. It's also the extreme dramatic religion and politics and it all comes down to unresolved trauma. That's the real problem. All this other stuff are simply band aids to try and cover up the pain. It's fascinating it's a great book post post traumatic thriving. The art science stories of resilience. We're speaking with dr randall. Bell of you're just now joining us but Gosh so much. I want to ask you. So what do you mean by dive. Survive and thrive after a trauma. Yeah the the books divided into three sections each with five chapters and five is where we talk about the trauma where we take die. We're going along. Everything's normal and then all of a sudden there's that car crash or that you know medical diagnosis whatever. It is the causes trauma and that starts with being in shock and anger and denial and ultimately you kind of land on depression. that's the daij stage and survive is getting back on your feet. And that's a terrific thing to do to get back on our feet and kinda you know there's techniques there but my the real focus of the book as you know is to not just dive not just survive but to take the fuel from the trauma and let's face. A trauma creates a lot of energy. So you tap that energy and you resolve the do something you know terrific and there's all kinds of stories in the book of people that have actually done this and they use something absolutely remarkable so for example. I went to high school with jerry. Jewell jerry is the first disabled person in the world to ever land a starring role on television network television. She was the star of facts of life and she was born with who with a with a disability and and she just started another movie on. Hbo that's post traumatic thriving. Taking what you're giving and doing something and using the energy to do something remarkable. I love what we're talking about. I really do you know. And and so many people do do remarkable things after suffering with a big loss or or some sort of extreme trauma so how do we ultimately get to thriving after a trauma. Well the first thing is to not skip steps. You've got to experience and again not math any of those steps even though they hurt to revisit the shock or the anger and understand that the whole process is kind of like doing your laundry. It's washing your hair. It's rinse and repeat. So sometimes you may be thriving but you're going to revisit some of these other stages so having that kind of a holistic realistic expectation of life but to answer questions the land on thriving It's it sounds kind of simple. Let's a conscientious choice. You look at the trauma you deal with it. You do the two things we talked about in the book You talk about it and you also do breathing exercises because our discussion about the brain when you have deep breathing exercises. You can call it grounding or meditation or yoga or whatever it is it may sound simple but you're literally resetting your brain's electrical system from stressful to calm so so to thrive you do those techniques and you make conscientious and then you experiment you try out different techniques. I lay out a whole bunch in the book mein what resonates with you And whether it be to be an artist to to you know whatever it is a musician whatever your your passion is and put that energy into a really remarkable passion and that's thriving. The grounding is part of the book where the the dynamic duo of healing You talked about grounding and then Sitting in the fire. Can we talk about that for a second. We got about two minutes left sitting in the fire but terms that in the fire in san quentin prison. Because we've already talked about us. Having these tough ugly conversations we call it sitting in the fire and then the other one is sitting the fire and then the other one is the grounding. Which is the breathing exercises those things alone and there's eight techniques in the book. There are several but actually more but those two things alone will let people hill. It's it's miraculous. And i've seen it work over and over and over again. It doesn't happen overnight. that happens Because we cannot bury and still he still. He'll right dr bell. I mean we we we. We have to confront them as you talk about in chapter sex number one mistake people make is burying the bearing those feelings. it's it's brings failure every single time. Yeah well you know. In so many people have negative. Self worth you talk about that in the book and how to have positive self worth We've no the music. The music is gonna play here any second and there goes final thoughts for our listeners. Dr bell the world tough place but we gotta take care of ourselves. And i hope that this book brings caitlyn. This is not a money making venture. It's on kindle for seventy five cents. Can't be information star healing. Yes absolutely thank you so much for being the man that you are and writing this book and jumping on the air with us. It was a it was a real pleasure. Thank you so much wonderful to meet. You can hear bernadette. I really appreciate it thank you. You're welcome dr randall. Bell you guys check it out. His book post traumatic thriving arts science and stories of resilience. We could all use a little of that. Everyone you know what you get one body you get one mind and you get one life get out there today and if you need some healing let's get started. Just do it.
Mary wanted to throw snowballs
"English listen eighty to chapter four in this. Listen you will learn. Something about pablo's frightened. Mary i hope you remember from our story. The da had been a big stole. And if you also recall pablo had been in an accident when we first learned about pablo in today's lesson the exercise improve your memory by remembering different parts of our story sotho and some of the new english woods. We have heard to and learned along the way. So here's a question for you to think about how did pablo get injured in the accident. Today's listen will also include links back the original beginning of our story at eight mag dot com. Ea t t it may g. dot com and these links will go back to the english language exercises where you can fill in your answers to the questions in your own time and submit your answers through a google form like in this link below where you can see in this lesson on our website. This framework will help you improve your english language skills during these lessons filling in the ounces in the google foams will in turn help with your listening skills and your ability to remember words in english. So let's continue without story. Suddenly pablo got another takes. This takes this time was from his friend mary. Y'all pablo how you going. Mary takes did great. Pablo said making a better. And next month i may be going to a party. Sounds good. Mary takes did back. I'll call you through the week. Mary was standing just inside the door of her drew on the other side of town staying with her parents. She threw her phone down on the bed and slammed the bedroom door. She could feel a sudden heat rising in her fingertips out through her arms past her shoulders. And then suddenly a prickly heat shot up the back of her rising out of the head as if she was going to explode she was mad pablo had been asked to a party but she hadn't. Mary stormed back towards the window looking out on the bleak white snow surrounding her entire house. She was trapped but trapped in a different way to pablo. Mary loved pablo based rains and she also felt for him trapped at home. Pablo was tracked. Ju to the accident on his bike when he almost broken one of his ribs. Mary was also tracked about by her family at huw. Mary had a cold a sniffle barely as sneeze no cough and no temperature but she was not allowed outside. Mary was almost twenty now and could not understand how her own family could still order her. To stay in was merely after the first stone. Mary long to go outside. I didn't throw snowballs and full around in the snow and go to parties like pablo.
Reserving Our Judgment
"Welcome to round three of the parenting roundabout podcasts for the week of january eleventh. I'm nicole erickson here tomorrow. Hello catherine hello hello. We're months of teens and young adults and when it comes to parenting we've been there done. That bought the t shirt. But we're still waiting for that day. We'll reach the finish line. Have no further need to lay down in a dark room with a wet rag. Over is wearing about something or other. Wednesday is complete day here on parenting roundabout and today while we're taking issue with what else of course parenting gestures so and actually is something As we started this podcast just before we started this podcast. I was reading a thread on facebook. Of course and it was one mom who was complaining about people getting into the fast food lineup. The drive through. And then you know a lot of people have been doing that lately and Lines have been really long. And why don't they try going to local restaurant instead. And why are you eating fast food when you can support local. Turn the so. There are a lot of content that it was it was somebody everywhere that local people work at the fast food. Place right yeah yes. Yeah that helps but you know just the of course everybody was like what. Why are you judging senior. We chick-fil-a we're gonna go to chick-fil-a good the heck of a lot cheaper than going. Macaroni grill or whatever. Right like you can do both do. Yeah so as the mom of somebody who works for wendy's in his very very happy that people are going there lady exactly so yes. A speaking apparent judges. Sorry getting back on track to our our actual topic here. There is an article recently. That was about being a strict parent called my the only one and Essentially a mom saying my the only one who is saying no and setting limits for my team and so it was definitely. It was definitely about her perspective in house. She sets limits for her teens. You know of course us being us kind of fatherhood judgy and and so we were kind of like. Wasn't there another way to say. Is there another way to say that everyone else is doing it wrong. And i'm doing it right. I don't think so. I'm sure that person is filled judged to but to make riley no but like why do people. I mean i don't know maybe i'm k- i'm not too but i think i'm in the right area. Those other judges for budging as well as you back could not judging appropriately. There's a way to judge exactly. But i don't think you can anyway. Yeah judging is this is turning into judging. Yeah little judging conversation. Can we judge but this this This article that we're talking about. It was on a publication called your teen mag dot com And the author was you know the title as strict parent. My the only one saying no and setting limits for teens. And it's like you could write about that. Yeah in a way that doesn't make you sound like you're the one who's doing it correctly and everyone else messing up you could write about. You know i feel. I feel lonely or i feel you know that this is hard you know like because i agree you know lake when your parenting especially a teen You know there's lots of different ways to do it. And everyone has their own way. But your parenting bumps up against other people's parenting writing this. Yeah you know. If my daughter says can i have these people over in the middle of a pandemic. I'm like no you know and in some times that some of the things that either my kids asked me to do. I'm thinking well our other people letting their kids do that. Yeah or well. It must be extra. Why must be okay with this other people's parents so maybe i should allow it but you know it just becomes very Very complicated. And i think there's a way to write about that. Just be like how do i negotiate these things. Yeah without it turning into they're wrong and i'm right. It's not easy it's not. I mean when you're your parenting instincts are different than those of people around you. And then you're either you know. I can't believe she. Lets her kid do that. Or what a killjoy. That person is won't let her kid have any fun. But i haven't really dealt with much of that. 'cause you know heavy raising kids with disabilities their their opportunities to do things that might be. Imprudent were rain limited and you know whenever my son gets together with friends all the moms are there so we go out dinner for birthday all the moms or there. We think i'm over to play games. All the moms are sitting in the living room right next to them so you know for him. We were all at the same level of complete over protection so cool and With my daughter. I was always pushing her to do things and she was going. Nope i say no to that. Nope nope nope nope. That's not ready for that. No i don't think so. I'm sure they're all everybody's all the trombones are going to somebody's house and stay overnight and clinton trombones and everything. Don't you wanna do that. No pick me up me with eleven store. So i was. I was like the bad bombs. And don't you wanna get in the car with strangers up and drink. So what was it like for you guys. Did you guys have situations like this where everybody else was saying. Yes in you were saying no or vice versa. Or you said yes and people were going. Can't believe you let your kid do that. Yeah i think. I mean we just different parenting style than a lot of our friends We just yeah. And i i mean. I grew up in a very strict environment so a kind of know what. It's like to be the child of a strict parent. Let me tell you that if you are a strict parent and you feel like it's doing your child because they're complying are they're also lying cool would like to burst your bubble. They become very good liars. And they're very good at sneaking around Yikes yeah i mean yet. Having a strict parent really changed the way. I parent my children so We were usually the ones that were more but not in a dangerous way like we were not permissive in the sense like yeah. Bring your friends over enduring Get drunk but it just more like okay. these are the boundaries. And i'm sure people judged us light doing kind thing but they work for us. I don't know what the original question was a. She's lost memories of her repressive. Venting of my. Yeah but if you want to be a strict parent that's great you do you. Just you know. Don't assume that everything is hunky dory with your kids. Kids are kitted. Everyone else is doing it wrong. Yeah yeah my daughter has a friend who you know from from our perspective. It seems like they're too strict with her and they're pushing her away. You know with their grounding her constantly and things like that and so she sneaks out and she she does things like and my daughter's and be dangerous the raise at time and like you know she had a thing where one of her A boyfriend or an axe was i mean. He was basically stalking her like he was. It was not good and she. She wasn't telling her parents because they were blaming her for it. You know so. That's really dangerous. Like you said yell and you know my daughter's the one telling me this stuff flake stan. Why they're doing this or you know You know. I feel so bad for her. Or whatever That's where i see strict parenting falling apart. you know. I think that traditionally took parenting was you'd as the most optimal way to parent. You know you had to set limits on your kids. He had to you know restrict them from things of obviously out of safety concerns. And you don't want them to be around. Things are seeing things or doing things but at the same time you know being permissive. I don't even. I wouldn't even call. It permissive. parenting. I think it's thoughtful parenting because you're taking into account your child's mental needs. There's i mean who's to say that's wrong right like we're always you know we've always kind of society is always kinda condemned. The whole permissive parenting approach. But really have we. Why don't have a good long. Look at that and see you know. There's some is you know it's not all that bad in a lotta ways so on to does all depend on the kid and depends on the parent as we always say. Some people are better at different ways of doing things. And if you are i mean there are dangers in the world. There are things we need to be watching. Some people might say oh fall in your on. Social media is score controlling. Let them have their fun. And i would be like now. I want to know what they're doing. But then encouraging my kid if they wanted to do something without me seeing are they gonna go find another way to do it. Pro kids are gonna find a way to mess up pretty much no matter what you do right leading part of being kids. Yeah yeah i mean. That's i mean maybe thoughtful parenting. Because you're not just. I mean you don't just make assumptions that nothing's going to happen. You know because you think about love stuff you're like okay. Will this could happen. That could happen. What are the risks. You have a conversation with your kid. Like i don't know but in the ad depends on the child. You know some kids need more boundaries than others who knows but see so just. Don't check everybody simple as that people off within if some kid is harassing your kid on social media. Are you not going to say we're all the parents are watching this. Why are they letting this get this freedom. I don't know maybe a better too many parents and my education kind of assume that they're not gonna do anything anyway. Even if you i mean what's the boy if they're gonna think they're right their child's right. That's the way it is that's true. Well we'll just continue to complain about them here on the path and that is it for today. His round three tune in tomorrow when will obsess about post kid. Career moves and then on friday to see what we've come up with for a roundabout roundup picks this week by dollar episodes at parenting roundabout dot com and talk back in the comments there on our facebook page for on twitter. You'll find us at roundabout shots.
Level 4, lesson 49. No words in this music video lesson test your memory
"What's your favorite song this way. Hello everyone welcome back to learn English with color. Can you guess what the lesson is about this week. It's about your favorite song. One is your your favorite song this week. Last time we talked about some of the different genres of music which included rock pop and classical to name. Just a few so this week. Let's talk about where you'll listen to music. Do you listen to music on the street at your local arket on your third on the radio in the car on your Bite mm-hmm screens on Youtube or on a music at such as spotter. Fine do you use it something else to listen to music light listening on a record on a take take on a CD or on a GRANDPA. Though in today's listen we go using some images that tell us something about music. Let's look at the first image. Yeah onstage what music my they play and with the woman in image image number two. What Music Mike Dave plane and why do you think this is the genre the kind of music and in this third enrich what Music Mike. He'd be playing and in the fall image. What's music playing. This is a great way to make kid gets is. We can't hear the music okay. So that's it for today's listen. Please click on the first link in this. Listen listen if you can't see the video and the second link it you can't see the goal to answer the question this show and especially shout out to all about listening in from New Jersey New York San MM Francisco Oakland San Jose Washington. DC The JINYA California Belgium Italy United Kingdom Island and Canada. Great to have you all here with us. Have a great day and and cleese. Don't forget to search or learning English with Colin defined more or less than you. So you can doc answered questions in this lesson and move on to the Knicks lesson here. AIDS MAG DOT com.
We "take to the skies" in a chat with Caryn Chow!
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I'll see you on the podcast Ruth. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of the roads rediscovery. My name is Aubrey Johnson. And I'm your host. We are so glad to have you on the journey with us if you know someone who's struggling through tough time and needs uplifting and encouragement. Please please share this podcast with them. I genuinely thank you. Thank you so much. We have a very very special guest today whom I see as a quote renaissance woman with a mission. She's a single mother who works in daycare and operates a luxury travel company. She's an advocate for children with cancer and with our unwavering passion and drive. She's launched her Hashtag Oh boulder crusade motivating and inspiring others and get this. She's moving closer to her childhood dream of getting her private pilots license. That's right you heard me right after competing against thousands of contestants. She's currently in the quarterfinals. For the Miss jet-set Twenty Twenty magazine cover contest. Let's dig in and find out what fuels her it gives me great pleasure to introduce Karen Chow. Hey Kerry welcome to the show Kenny. Aubrey I'm delighted to be on your show. Thank me every meet. No absolutely thank you for being on the show. It's truly our honor and privilege to have you on the show so let's just dive right into it. Okay can you. Can you share with us? Where are you from in your upbringing? And so forth. Well I'm from New York I'm a native New Yorker I am Chinese Malkin and I was meant to be in west coast. But here I am on the East Yeah so that's in a nutshell where I'm from and who I am. Okay great great. So we've learned that You've you had this childhood dream of Flying Right Can you tell us what what what about that that made you so enamored with flying at an early age? I'll tell you this I think it's because you know Growing up into summer as by the shore in New Jersey. I always used to see and hear the planes hover cross the ocean and I remember one night when I was a child and I lived in. New York City's Chinatown. The planes would go by the middle of the night and I would get off and try to sneak a peek at it. But because of the narrow you know how the buildings are structured You can. You're lucky to get narrow view of the sky and I could barely see the plane but it. I remember feeling this feeling of being free. You know I'll just read my mind my head and space and saying. Wow there's so much go to wipe out there there. Is You know much to live you talking about a child who was probably about six. We didn't really know much and here that to this day. Just yesterday I was down the block and I heard a train a plane because in New York. They fly above all the time. And it's still bringing back to that triggers. Still bring me back to that feeling of being free and I am a free spirited person and you know I feel like nothing could cut my wings and that's why I do what I do. I go after it with zest and a passion and zeal. Because it's what you want in life and I think everyone can achieve that in pursue it because the viscount oh for sure and and you know caring. That is so amazing. I mean I can. I can tell in. Feel the the just the energy and the spirit and the lightness you know in your voice. in a metaphor sense as well as a literal sense To fly right it's rise above and to spread your wings It has a sense of of of feeling very liberating. Isn't it absolutely? That's what I'm twenty because you know you prefaced all of this by saying let's dive in deep right now. Let's dive right and you know before and talk about my goal boulder campaign. I like to preface it myself by saying let's go deeper. Let's fly higher. Rents go boulder very nice very nice. I am digging it and I can't wait to hear more about this The SCO boater campaign for sure so One other last question. I had regarding this dream as a child. You know It it just reminds me like when I was a child. I I remember the very first time I realized I wanted to be who I wanted to be. When I grew up in it was a baseball player right and so as I got as I got older I then wanted to be a fireman and then some years later I want it to be a jazz musician and and and you know it's quite natural. Some kids go through these dream changes where they change what they want to be when they grow up which I mean as perfectly normal. Nothing's wrong with that. But was this dream of flying like something that stayed with you throughout childhood. Or did you find yourself Going through different phases of what you wanted to be when you grew up. Oh of course I did. I think everybody does. But you know what not this rob a label on anything? But you know I I look at phases as sometimes It could be considered labels because you can have more than my dream. You can have more than one passion. Nobody's here put a women on you. You can only do this and you can only be that. It's funny because whenever I'm in networking situation and everybody's doing the business card exchange thing and they come to me and I'm okay. I'm ready for this. And they'll say oh. So what do you do and I I check off my bucket list because you've got a lot of that from your three. No I'm I'm feeling I'm digging it. I mean it's a mark off my ch- my bucket list. That's what I do right a to me. The US tremendous in to me. I guess I chuckled. Because because to me it implies that you are doing things to to to to to fulfil life right to fulfil what matters to you in life and and that's that's usually what we put on our bucket lists. Yes I mean and we only have one life. I believe we have one life and it's a short race and to go through it With worries that have not been put behind us just stops up from spreading or wings. You know things are always going to be what they are and a lot of. It is production. It's not even real and a lot of the stuff we think are true are not even truth. You know the truth I believe is that we're born and then we're going to go. You know those extra guarantees I mean. Being born is not a guarantee but once you're on the world the fact is you're GONNA go. You're going to die one day. So what do you do in between that time? You know you go through the decades of course still learning and you know the marriage and all of that and having a family and eventually comes a time when you look in the Mary People. What am I really doing what I really want? What's GonNa make me happy? You know? Sometimes you go around spreading happiness and joy and trying to make other people happy. But how do you authentic to yourself? If you're not making yourself happy by fulfilling your dreams first and foremost so that you can be a part of other people's dreams so you have to take exactly that's US self care that that we all need to focus on not just for ourselves and for our own. You know health spiritual health mental health but to to to to be that part in a loved one's life as part of their dream part of what they want to experience in life And that's the way the same comes. Happiness starts from within. You can't get yourself all of this personal growth and personal care it. It rings true and it's been through generations of generations of authors and Speakers and everything. But it's just reiterated in different words but the principle still the same is to love yourself and she'd be happy with yourself because you can't control everything else all the other outcomes out there if you don't you know were the first and foremost that's exactly right. One hundred percent couldn't agree more. That's exactly right so so so now man. I'm really really intrigued about this Hashtag go. Boulder Crusade Can you tell us how does the Hashtag cool boater relates to your dreams you know? And how can we you know quote go? Boulder in our everyday lives could go boulder your everyday. Life is to take what you're afraid of and were sometimes. It's not about seeking therapy. It's not about looking for mentorship. It's not about working through issues or you know running to the bottle it's about just going straight. Look at a straight line and Jeffrey have that toddler vision to keep moving towards wherever that goal is like. Here's online at the end of the line. Is You know your goal or on the other side of the rainbow however you want to look at it. But you have to keep going and not have distractions and you have to pursue relentlessly your dream. There will be distractions. That are meant to be there. Is You know barberie. And their roadblocks that were meant to circumvent. And that's hard of the thing because you know if it was so easy to have your dream in place everybody would have it involved so for me. The goal bowl thing comes from here one of my fears. I don't have a lot of fears. I feel the dentist. That's right. I overcame I fear of mice and rats. There you go you. It's fear for me is being afraid to ask for help because I've only been self-sufficient I've always been independent and for me ask for help. I always thought of it as a sign of weakness and I never wanted to be. You know a weak person or someone. You can't fend for herself. Or whatever or someone get back on her feet. She's not a fighter. Because I know that's what I am but that fear not unfounded. It stems from whatever's how'd you back before and I say this to the all the population out there that whatever it is stopping you whether it is You know your upbringing. It could be Abuse it could be racist than it could be raped. It could be you know a car accident could be someone died when you're very young any of those things that have conditions you to you. Know wanting to hide in fear and being afraid to face Whatever your fears are and you have to because those fears are set there for you. They are your crosses. Not Chris I can say this they. All Your crosses to bear which you have to you have to carry. But you don't have to carry your whole life. You can find happiness when you face that fear whatever it is. And here's the classic example. Stints context started. I said to myself what. What's my campaign? Okay it's going to be go. Boulder what does that mean? It means going in and ask for help. WanNa tell you something I have literally barraged all my friends on facebook kind we send US reminders. We really want to help the notch here and there I am every single night plots during my nudges bending taking videos I'll do everything takes because they don't have a large following in social media. I am not a model. I'm just you know a mom of grown son. Who works in daycare? She darting precise business. She has a passion for empowering women and a purpose for advocating for children. And you know what when you put all those things in the mix you have the magic quotient. You have everything in place for you to go forward. And be unstoppable. And that's what I've been doing my put onto blinders and I just kept asking. I guess it kept following up. I kept reminding the all the things that people said. Hey you're welcome do that and you know ninety. Nine percent of the people have been amazing. I have not offended me offended. Maybe wanted to people made it thought I was super she or whatever but you know what I can't This is this is saying that I'd like to use it. What others think of me is none of my business. Because I can't control what they think how they think right. I can only control my you know and to be kind of people and they want to reciprocate them if they don't like what I'm doing. And they haven't put their feet in my shoes. I can't control that And so far everything has been successful and hopefully you know by the Thursday. I'll be able to move or advanced to the semifinals out of the quarter-finals just by communicating more. And that's those are the skills set using Now Karen that is so awesome loving what I'm hearing here and we're going to touch on on that journey that you just referred to right I just want to share two things Just to Kinda support. Exactly what you were just saying about you. Know what is this what is what is this crusade about write. Hashtag. Oh boater you you have to. You have to put on the blinders. You have to keep moving. Keep pushing keep asking and keep working at it right and when you said that there was something about your persona that just a word. Visually came across my mind's eye when you were just explaining that and that word is purpose purpose and and and you're moving with purpose you're acting with purpose and and I think that is truly the only time when you see any kind of of of results is when you are doing it with purpose. Whatever it may be. Wouldn't you agree? Absolutely yes. One hundred percent one hundred percent up your passions not feel by purpose then it becomes you know something that I feel is self absorbing you know it's just for Yes yes almost generic you know. Yeah Yeah and the second thing I I I I kinda picked up on when you were earlier mentioning about the About how you know. There's obstacles there's challenges. There's tragedies there setbacks and everything and and you know you you shouldn't have fear of those And all your fears. Are you know real your crosses to bear and they're put in front of you for a reason right and they are. I mean th there lessons that are presented to us. And and and here's another thing because I think a lot of people who have Been faced with problems challenges setbacks obstacles to spare you know Some people may think that the world is conspired conspires against them. You know and that That that life itself is your enemy. You know When really the truth is life. Life is not our enemy. You know The things that we go through in life are presented to us for reason in the name of reflection and growth and and strengthen ourselves I believe You know I don't think that life conspires against us. I don't think life is our enemy These these adversities. I guess you can call them are are presented to us for a reason. You have any thoughts on that. I think life is beautiful. I think it's there for us to enjoy. And everything's laid out for us. You know we call matters nipple complicates things it's not areas or or you know countries or even You know I live in New York so yeah Brooklyn Queens or whatever and you can compare one borrow to the other sale. This is more beautiful than they're all beautiful. It's the people and You we live in America. We have a world at our feet. I. I'm not even talking about other countries right now. Who are suffering. I'm talking about America where they wants to flock to. There's no problems so insurmountable. I believe that you cannot overcome and wells down again to mindset. You know we've all been handed Something right we all have art like going back to cross to bear. You have yours. I have mine but what makes yours different online differently. The next person's different people Choose certain vices to help handle their grief or their anger or their challenges. Right and why does some people will just seemingly just won't Kostin and keep going I think it's the mindset. The first thing is awareness aware that you have been through heck how I say the word how I'd like to say that but I'm GonNa say for now but if the other people who had it worse and you WanNa compare it. Compared with other people not yourself. Yeah one instance wife as okay to compare yourself against other people not in competition because you wanna be your personal best right. Give it your all here. We're talking about people and people and saying well I have it worse than him. Because this this and that but there's someone out there has it worse but why is it that there are some of us who can overcome these challenges? And you know what they come in threes. I've been to so many times. Aubrey where I've been hit with the number three one after the other after the other Wa wrecked my house. Oh my goodness bounced back. You know because I I'm not number upper So my Pity party because I'm entitle but my pity parties have diminished over time. You know they speak off from like three months or something three years two three months three days. Now it's like okay thirty seconds. You're done right. Yeah because you don't have Ryan sit and wallow in that you have to move forward because life is waiting to be lived absolutely one hundred percent. Yeah and wallowing is productive completely. Yeah now we are. We were all entitled for that. Pity Party You know five ten minutes whatever after that. Pull up your boot straps and move on. Is that right well? I call granny panties but bootstraps works to. Okay yeah it all makes metaphorical sense right. Yeah Very Nice. Very nice sweet. So I'm really really intrigued and amaz And and really excited about hearing your journey. Okay in in this Miss jet-set Twenty Twenty Magazine cover contest Can you tell us a little bit more about it? Well you know when I was working at the FBI. Oh in private aviation. I would see this magazine every month and I liked it because I liked. You know just Sift through the pages and looking at the celebrities looking at the fashion looking at all the luxury items that were in there you know in my Free Time. I would spend a Lotta time. I've read it on the way home on the train And then I realized that you know eighty. I'm sorry. Eleven issues of the year have a celebrity features in a creature it on the cover and I think it started in two thousand sixteen where they started Holding these contests for women to compete against each other to be undercover but then there's also monetary benefit that they can use. And you know they're supposed to explain what they're gonNA use it for and then start to garner votes but what this company also did is they paired with a company called be positive foundation which is a company that look for funding to help research How they can cure Children who have cancer and you know since I work in daycare. Lock Children You know I I I said listen. This is something I definitely support and my mom for years it's supported Saint Jude's for the same reason and I look for things that have a purpose you know. I have my own purpose but when I work with other copies even in my my my own company where I like to align myself with other companies that have a purpose So it's never been just about money it's always everything's always coupled with purpose so when I saw that this company partner would be positive. I you know what I would definitely won't enter but more than anything if I win. You know what's going to give me the most joy or is that I can use The platform to further my journey of empowering women and advocating for children and also been you know them how they can fly and going back to metaphors he could be symbolically sore in your life and or dead in the cockpit and let's fly together. Yes and then you can yeah. And then you can Overcoming people which is a lot of people have fear of just getting in a a plane to go and traveling. Traveling is amazing. I mean that's really to me represents freedom. Yes it. Does I agree. I've been a big travel for business and pleasure for a Lotta Years. And so yeah. That's there's a true sense of freedom and just seen what's beyond your own four walls right. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That is awesome so so I understand. There's is there like a voting process When you when you reach a certain level that people can rent for you. Sure I've been to five around ready and with the support of my my small community who's been just faithful and so amazing of an able to go through this around Holding down number one place. And now we've moved to the quarterfinals and I'm teetering between first second third and this Thursday me twenty seven at ten PM. Eastern is the cutoff where they decide who the number one person is to move forward into the semifinals. So at this point is all about the votes and Following up to get votes creating new ways to get votes Strategize you know again. Because I don't have a huge following and and being too you know who I am and I'm not going to encourage people even though I believe in the be positive and I think everybody should donate I don't push the do it from their heart and I have had so many people who have done that but it's not nice to ask if my place to say. Hey both for me. This is who I am. If you'd like to be positive you know. Those funds go of the money goes through that foundation. I don't get any of that but that's totally up to and And that's it so this Thursday is it's you know for lack of a better term doer. Di I hear you. It's it's it's an hour. Never right so I tell you I would love to have our listeners. Have the opportunity to vote for you. They've listened to you. They've learned a little bit about you. You've given them a glimpse into who you are And you just have a an amazing spirit and you're you know you're very you're personas very light and and and yet purposeful you know. And and so I'd love for the listeners. Have an opportunity to vote for you if they'd like how. How can our listeners reach out in order to vote for you Thank you so much. Aubrey nuts so heartfelt. And I really appreciate that All they have to do is just link to this website which I'll spell it out a little bit long. And you know voting an absolutely free and it takes literally three seconds and the website is jet set mag dot com forward slash model dash search slash twenty twenty flash D. A. R. Y. N. Dash C. H. O. W. All right okay so just to make sure I have this right because we're definitely going to include this in the episode show notes so those of you who are driving unable to remember this Or anyone for that. Matter can go to the website roads rediscovery dot com and acquire this link off the episode show notes or any podcast platform. That you listen to you can get these as well. So it's jet-set MAG dot com slash model dash search slash twenty twenty slash Karen C. A. R. Y. In Dash Chow magnificent. I mean you did it so simply thank you so much wonderful and Y- Arby's listeners. Don't vote when you're driving yeah. Please don't vote while driving. Make sure you pull over then. Look up the link and then vote and then get back in your car and continued driving for sure we want to Make SURE WE ADVOCATE SAFE. Driving and not support reckless or Or neglectful driving at all. WanNa be safe out there guys? All right wonderful wonderful. Well now. I think we are at the point in our chat here. Karen where we Transitioned to a segment called three for the road. Three for the road is basically three rapid fire Short questions that I will ask you there random but they are thought provoking and you try to give an answer with five words or less. You think you're up for it. Ooh I owed in my past okay and trust trust me. I picked these questions out specifically for why. Oh you okay so various special especially picked out for you Karen so Here we go three for the road question number one and it's not really a question but kind of question fill in the blank. The ability to fly gives me greatest sense of inner freedom. Love the greatest sense of inner freedom. Yeah I'm definitely digging that all right question number two if there were any two people dead or alive that you could take on for flight. Who WOULD THEY BE IN? Where would you fly? I'm a little embarrassed to say this. I don't remember her name but it was a A woman at the first woman who flew jet and that would be my choice because I would love to take lessons from her and just pick her brain and go somewhere. Oh that's that's too long. Okay I think that's good. Where would we go to where you'd go everywhere okay? Well that's pretty simple. I mean in a word everywhere who would be your second person. It would be my grandma who was who's deceased Actually you know I'M GONNA change my mind sure today okay. It would be my grandfather who I never met. Who was my role model very nice. He's you're a role model. That is that's power five words. I can't explain that but that's quite okay because I was asking for quite a bit in that question right the two names and where you would fly so no for sure. That's you're spot on with the answer. Good job good job. Okay and number three. Now you're welcome Number three metaphorically. Okay metaphorically what does it quote coming in for landing in quote represent in your life boy? get ready. That's my answer. It means get ready. Uh-huh okay okay. Okay I can feel that I can definitely feel that for sure awesome. Hey Karen Man. It was such a joy chatting with you today. Such an honor and privilege would. I'm very very grateful for you appearing on the show. Hey thank you so much for your time. I'm the one who's grateful. Thank you so much for having me and I just want to leave you with one quote if I may please do absolutely great. I think it sums up The podcast and also The contents and it's basically ask and you shall receive I like the. I love that I don't like it. I love it inky robbery. Yes yes that is awesome at. And thanks for that quote Karen. That's very thought provoking and inspiring and. I WanNa thank all of you for checking in tuning in and listening. Please make sure that you rate and review the podcast. 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This colts at least a few days. It saying but you know. I think it's still going to be cold but it's always texas. You never know you never. Oh my gosh yeah The the the guy that. I have this great painter His name is juan. he d- he does the best work. And i don't see him out there this morning. I'm getting my front fence repainted. Okay it's too cold for one. Yeah i would ask. Even today i went to let my dog out this morning. I was just gonna open up the back door literally the door open and the breeze came in and she just looked at me and ran right back into the room now. not going. pretzel tried that. That's always tries that. I'm like no dude you're going you're not paying in house. It's your but out but But yeah but you know you do have to keep an eye on. I'm and Yeah they're all happy to be inside. I have so many that. When i'm not down there with them they have to be in cages. Otherwise god only knows what would happen but it's just too many to have them run all of the place but i'm excited about today's show. I really am. I've got laura day at the half turning crisis into positive change. She is the author of an amazing book. That i've been reading. Welcome to your crisis. How to use the power of crisis to create the life you want. It is an excellent book. I encourage everyone out there to get a copy. I'm not kidding you you know. It's a great book. It's going to be one of my go-to books for to give as a gift. Because we're all going through a crisis is you know we don't even really think of it. In fact when i did a little survey says are you going through a crisis. I have a my question said yes and no not that. I'm just have to see when we get around. We'll we'll i'll talk more about interesting. Yeah but it's really really a good book. So can't wait to talk with her. And i always love talking to jared ramirez. He's on the line. I'm guessing jared are you there. I sure good good to have you on the show today. Welcome from you on. Yeah you know. I always love talking to you because i love talking about science and i love talking about health and the gut. Microbiome and jared ramirez is the perfect person to do that with he is the ceo of environmental medica makers of tariff laura. And he's also a sponsor of one life radio. Environmental is a natural health and wellness company founded in two thousand seven. And i think that's probably when i found it to actually about inspired by nature and in central health they make premium foundational products to support whole body nutrition and help people achieve optimal. Hells you can visit them at. And vira medica dot com and that starts with the not an i because a lot of times people will tell me. Oh i thought it was environmental. But it's invite like environment in vira medica dot com so jared. I love what we're talking about today. We're going to talk dirty you guys. We're digging up dirt about over sanitization soil and soil microbes. So our world is truly really becoming so over sanitized. It was a problem even before kovin if everybody were members and now here. We are in this over sanitized world more than ever before so how damaging is the recent over emphasis on cleanliness And the the honest answer is we probably won't know for some time I think we can. We can glean some insight though Based on the existing body of knowledge That's out there. And you know the the kind of setting the stage for this is that you know. Human beings co evolved with microorganisms and exposure to bacteria and viruses and allergens and You know this is what You know this is how we how we developed. You know the the the kind of modern Industrialized you know societies. That we see today are still you know largely in evolutionary blip In our in our history you know so there's Tens of thousands of years of of co evolution with these With microbes and You know being dirty effectively so you know it's it's It's really anybody's guess how. How damaging that will end up being term. But we i think there's some some very indications of what that means for us now. Well yeah and you said allergens. So i recently had a real and i'm still going through it just a a real fight on my hands with I think it was the cedar and the pollen. Maybe i was near the poison. Ivy that that dried up and hailed. Maybe even some of that. I don't know. But i've been having a heck of a time and i've been continuing to take my tariff laura and it has helped tremendously but that will just i do all my you know my whole my whole routine with my son like i know you do to a lot of people out there listening do but you said something. When you said allergens can can probiotics help with With allergy attacks. And things like that. If we're if a person is more susceptible to allergens. Does the microbiome help. Fight that to it. It can absolutely i mean there's some good research out there that supports that That approach The microbiome Plays into the immune system right and so you know an allergenic response by the body. You know for instance. I'll use my wife and i as an example. You know we're up here in in austin and You know when the cedar pollen starts starts ripping. I mean you could You know draw pictures in the hood of your car. it's so thick and and it destroys her but i don't even realize there's A cedar pollen issue right so you know the question is why are we are. Why are we different. You know and you know. There's different theories behind that but you know inflammation in our bodies response to it is a big factor in that so Yes the micro. The gut. Microbiome does play into a role But it's not the. I think there's more more happening there There are certain probiotics out there that do have clinical research That show You know a down regulation of the immune response to allergens so in effect. Yes that's true well. And there was another article this week in the epoch times. And i have it here in front of me about a healthy microbiome builds a strong immune system research reveals beneficial bacteria. Living inside of us could be the one key to fighting covid. Nineteen as well interesting science so much to know so much to learn. But you know so. Let's talk about dirt. Let's go back to the dirt so be sometimes well. Yeah absolutely. I mean i think you know. It's a kind of two questions they're like. Are we over. Sanitizing and do we need be dirty. I think those are two kind of you know independent questions. I don't i think that that you know. Exposure to dirt and soils healthy soils Is it does have a positive effect on the immune system you know again going back to our co evolution along with microorganisms Exposure to the environment the natural environment. you know i kind of go and look at. What would hunter gatherer societies. Be exposed to Environmental microbes are a big part of that you know they'd be exposed on fruits and vegetables and starchy root vegetables and Just being outside You know just being outside in nature exposes you to microbes right so i think i think it's a you know getting dirty is kind of a a a you know You know way to catch some headlines with it but it's more more than just about you know rolling in the dirt so to speak and especially you know once you're an adult i think that You know that There's kind of question marks around Whether the immune system has developed fully or not or if this was already set Early in life yes. Speaking of early in life. I mean that's when the gut microbiome. Well that's when you're your microbiome begins is going through the birth canal. Picking up all those Microbes and from from your mother and then breastfeeding. I mean we've talked about this many times over the past couple of years but that's where it starts. I was reading another interesting article about that yesterday. I don't remember right now. What it said. But it's but it's nice to have the awareness because we never really had the awareness twenty years ago like we do now right. We had no idea how important microbiome is. Well sure it you know. Most of the you know there was this this previous Thought that say for instance the you know. The lungs were a microbiome free environment. It was more sterile there. The is or the You know the basically anywhere in the human body right and and that's all been proven untrue at this point and each of these areas in the body every everything has its own unique microbiome fingerprint Has it is. And it's not the same throughout the bodies. So for instance. You're long the microbiome that exists in your lungs is different than that that which exists on your skin or is different than that which exists in your got. Or even your is your. I think we discussed previously the microbiome. You know that's the thing right. And they're all very independent Unique signatures right and and those those fingerprints. What represents healthy microbiome in each of those areas. is very different. You know so it's Yeah there's you know what what we're basically talking about. Is that the kind of you know the hygiene hypothesis right. And it's you know it's the theory that suggests that a young child environment can be to clean to effectively stimulate or challenge the child's immune system And and effectively. What is they normal development of the immune system over time when we were kids. Oh my gosh. I can remember when my when i was crawling in the dirt because that you know but i can remember like just playing outside and getting all dirty and just really being dirty pig pen. You know in Charlie brown character seriously coming in that dirty and my mother saying wow you need to take a bath. But that's good for kids isn't it. It can be. Yes i You know and again. I think that you know. There's kind of two sides to this right. The dirt is a very kind of ambiguous term. Like does that. Exactly you know so. I think you know i've i've got questions before from parents as well. So should i just let my child go outside and he well not really right. You know the the it depends on the environment that you're in you know if you're if you're in a very industrialized area you know that dirt is probably going to have very Aggressive pathogens in it right. So i think that You know it's a. It's not something that you can just blanket and say well your kids should go out and eat dirt or mess around in the dirt and put it in their mouth and things like that so But you know healthy soils. Healthy productive soils are Or a different thing you know if you have an organic garden that soil is going to be different than say the dirt that you fight on the side of the road And kind of to your point. There was an interesting study. That was done Some years ago that showed so they're looking at microbial diversity in soils on farms and And basically show that The higher the microbial diversity in the soil the lower the incidence of allergies and asthma. There were with children that are exposed to those soils. So it's again it's not it's about the quality of what you're being exposed to also Absolutely well you know. There's one i can't wait to talk to you about rewinding. I was reading an article about re wilding your gut. And so we're going to go for a quick break. And i can't wait to talk about it Everyone with jared ramirez. You're listening to one life radio. We'll be right back suit. Yes mail You're listening to one life radio. Make sure you check out our podcast and get to know the show at one life. Radio dot com right women good. Welcome back. everyone you're listening to one life. Radio this is bernadette. With junior. And jared ramirez. We are live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. Okay so jared ramirez now joining us is the ceo of enviro medica makers of tariff laura and a sponsor of one radio environmental is a natural health and wellness company founded in two thousand seven inspired by nature and ancestral health. They make premium foundational products support whole body nutrition and help people achieve optimal health. You can visit them at environmental data dot com and jared. It's always such a treat to have you on the show. it really is. I love talking about this stuff. I always have and i heard recently someone talking about re wilding your gut. So what does that mean to you. Know and is it something that we need to do. After a year of over sanitization sure so re wilding is a again. It's a term. That's kind been floated around the gut health space for a while I wanna say that that jeff leach Who's kind of a prominent researcher in the fields Kind of hatch that initially. So i wanna give credit to to where credit's due but So he he lived and worked with the honda which is a hunter gatherer tribe in in africa and ineffectively. It's you know his opinion. And i share the same opinion of course that You know the kind of modern industrialized western. Microbiome is a ecological disaster zone right. It lacks Biodiversity and it lacks the diversity seen in Healthy populations That are not in these kind of modern industrialized contracts. And so you know how you re wilding is Can mean a number of things But it effectively means that you're increasing the richness the robustness and the diversity of your gut microflora at large right. So how do you accomplish that. it's through eating a diverse species appropriate diet You know rich in in An array of foods you know not not using You know not. Consuming ultra processed foods which tend to create kind of these monochromatic less diverse Dot microbiomes And and You know there's also a kind of what's referred to as kind of this core industrial microbiome. And i don't want to flood your listeners with a bunch of you know scientific bacterial names but there are these kind of core microbiome These microbes that are present in hunter. Gatherer populations in healthy in healthy guts. Right yeah and and and so in on the on the the contrasting side You know with a western diet. You know kind of a typical western diet. These microbes and the diversity are largely suppressed. And that's you know that's what you know what is known to be correlated with Poor health outcomes and disease states inflammatory conditions and Pretty much everything you can possibly imagine. I mean there's there tying to You know cognitive disorders disorders and diseases. Degenerative conditions You know the list goes on and on fascinating with the science. you know. we've talked about this many times too. I mean they've been linked schizophrenia. To your to your microbiome you know of mental illness. I mean i you said it earlier. You know there's different a microbiomes for your eyes and your lungs and your brain and your you know it's just it's fascinating science. It really is and who would known like who would have thought junior did you do you. Are you kind of a germaphobe at all. Do you pay attention. Do you ever get your hands dirty. Not i have to kind of remind myself aside from when i i use the restroom i mean i have to remind myself to wash my hands like now like Like when i walk in the studio. I it's like oh yeah the hand sanitizer. I'm not it's just not a thing for me. Like i was also the kid to that was outside. You know we were playing in the dirt hills when we moved into a new development so there was always dirt hills and we would climb and play king of the hill. And i mean that's what we did drink out of our neighbor's garden hose that year. So now i've never really been a germaphobe not really well and and that's I love that brought back. A lot of memories actually always dirty to always. I love climbing trees just getting dirty. I don't know being out in. Nature is part of it. But and so kids. Jared are they at greater risk from over sanitation than adults. Absolutely you know children and infants and toddlers. You know these their immune system is still being trained right it's a maturing immune system you know and so that the kind of the continuing exposure of microbes and viruses and Allergens and things basically trains immune system. And you know. Hey should i react to this. Should i not react to this And so yeah. Children are much more risk A much greater risk than adults absolutely. Wow we'll so so. What are some ways. Some ways for adults to get their hands dirty or get dirty. Well i i kind of like junior suggestion to go play in the mud and you gotta hoses there. There's that You know. I think again probiotics do serve a purpose right But it's it's again you know in my own life i again. I don't use hand sanitizers. You wash your hands Where it makes sense you know. Am i gonna go into an airport bathroom and not wash my hands after. Probably not right Am i gonna stop to wash my hands fifteen times a day because you know. I have a a personal concern about kobe. No that's that's not my not going to be my strategy. So it's again you know using you know kinda using Your you know intuition to Determine what what is the best for you and your common sense you know i mean we. We can't become a society that so fear based that that in itself is very damaging to your psyche. Right it it is. I mean again. You know you know. Even Gosh our family friends. You know every all their kids have hand sanitizers on their backpacks and in their car and on their tables. And you know it's it's you know what point you know i think again. There's just a gross misunderstanding. At large the the importance that that microbes playing our life right and and how intertwined we are and its impact greater impact on our health so You know nobody's saying to you. Know go out and you know you know lick the floors of public no public place somewhere you know but if you have an opportunity to get dirty plan the garden to You know eat eat a you know. Some fresh vegetables are fresh fruits off of trees. You know without washing them that that's a good. That's a good place to start you know And and not You know nothing too much of it. Well that's that was going to be. My final question is if we're buying organic should we even wash your vegetables So you know organic I would say again. It largely depends on where you're getting them from right if you are going to a farmer's market and you're buying them from grower that Relationship with or you know where that food is coming from and you know their farming practices. And they're organic. Yeah that's that's a potential That's a potential situation where not washing. Your fruits and vegetables would be fine in my opinion Organic as it you know exists in kind of a supermarket You know construct. I don't know that i would. I probably would wash my fruits and vegetables right because You know organic is not. It's a it's a system where you are not supposed to do certain things. You're not allowed to do certain things but that doesn't necessarily mean that The you know microbial diversity that the the the exposure that you would be looking for is there. Yeah well it's it's good to know. I love talking about this. I do and and You know i've. I've used your products for years now. Jared and. i'm just glad that you do what you do. Because you you guys do it better than anybody else. I encourage everyone out there. Listening to check out environmental medica dot com and get on board You've got some great products. They advanced care was. Of course it's new but it's it's like my favorite with bacteria phase and all that that we talked about last time you were on we. Can you wanna talk about super-quick. A about why. That product is so special. Well sure so again. The bacteria phases you mentioned. It's our tariff. Laura base formula plus bacteria phages and bacteria phases I think we talked about before. They're actually more ubiquitous in nature. Nature than even micro microorganisms right. And so they selectively suppress undesirable populations bacteria and in this case equally. So it's a a good way to you. Know we we basically refer refer to them as probiotic multipliers right so they They they they knocked down populations of undesirable bacteria to allow for more resources for benefit bacteria to thrive. It's a fantastic product. I'm so so Just intuitive with nature right And and it's always great to have you on said jared thanks so much for jumping on and getting educated about dirt today and our micro bio we'll talk to my. Gosh you're welcome. We'll talk to you soon. Everyone stay tuned. We've got a great show continuing on with laura day coming up next turning crisis into positive. Change you're listening to one life radio the speaker bab follow us on social media. One live radio ready. Everyone welcome back to online radio. This is bernadette with junior broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as cammy t in southern california news talk. I am so honored to have laura day with us as she is a practicing intuitive and the new york times out there of multiple books including how to rule the world from your couch and welcome to your crisis She has built a community dedicated to healing and processing collective and individual trauma. Laura has been featured in newsweek new york magazine the independent bottom line cosmopolitan marie claire and people magazine's she speaks regularly on both here and abroad and has appeared on numerous shows including cnn and fox. News good morning america. The view and the oprah winfrey show. Her website is laura day dot com or on instagram at laura day into it into it and it's such an honor to have you with us. Laura welcome to one life radio. Thank you so much for having me. Oh my gosh. I have to tell you you know right out of the gate. Your book captured me. I have been through similar experiences as you. And it's just. I'm about halfway through. I've done some of the some of the homework involved in it and it is an incredible book. I say it is a tool that everyone out there listening needs to have in their toolbox and thank you for writing it. Thank you own. A billion intuitive course. I'm always in the future. And i wrote this book a good you know. I don't know eight years before the suicide of both my brother and my sister and it meant so much to me. Because i actually went back to it myself and said oh how did i survive. What killed them and and so it is a an especially meaningful process for me and one. I do frequently in my own life. People always think you know experts wreck. But they've got it down. No the wounded healer experts are struggling. And they've got to do their own work and that's why they put it down so they remember to do. Yeah well it's you know you've been through a lot you have and you've persevered in spite of all of it and you know there was one point when i was reading in the book and there was something that you wrote and i wrote viktor frankl you know You've it reminds me of that. You know it just does here. It is it says the great spiritual leaders throughout history had their beliefs so challenge that their entire beings were transformed and allowing themselves to be transformed. They created brilliant examples for others to follow. I thought of viktor frankl like i said the book is just amazing. It is so let's dig into it so you welcome to your crisis is what we're discussing today. Everyone out there just now joining us. How to use the power of crisis to create the life that you want And so you know laura. This is so needed today right now. More than ever before at least in recent history so how can going through crisis benefit us. First of all if you're going to thrive you have no choice but to benefit from crisis you have to look for the do the situation. Luckily even an unfortunate situation what you have going for you is that your old patterns have been ripped from you and crisis. It's a neurological state. It's a psychological state. It's a physiological state and the gift of crisis is that you are read from your patterns and that's incredibly painful because we as mammals are are made to reject change change is always a threat but also because you are defined by your patterns even if they're negative ones. How many people do you know who give their heart body and soul to an abusive relationship and unsatisfying. Job you know Being being stuck as the giver so crisis shatters that and uh it is if you can adopt a methodology and you really do it is the one time in your life that you can't just go with what it is you're feeling if you adopt a methodology of success it will take you to something you could never have dreamed of because all you can dream up are things in your history. It crisis breaking those patterns brings you to unparalleled possibilities You know last night. I got to the part where i was reading about. You losing your mom at fourteen years old and how much you mr and it happened two days after your fourteenth birthday i i was crying. It was so touching the words that you wrote there so powerful Just the way you described missing your mother so much and the tender age of fourteen years old and i and you also wrote a further in the book about how it took you five years to really get to a point where you accept it or actually realized that your mother was really bad because you went into a world not pretend i want to say but kind of right. I wouldn't i detached from the reality of of of my life because it was way too painful and of course thank heavens. We are structured to have ego defenses. So i went out of the reality of my life and found a different reality which ultimately became an amazingly profitable career. And then. But i missed you know. I missed tasting food. I missed feeling the sun on my. I really in many ways is what i have had to do. It wasn't here when i when it was time to come back to the world. I came back with an enormous sketched. Yeah you did and And so you know so for someone out there listening. That's going through a crisis. What's the first step to turning crisis into something positive. Well there are so many but number one is is. Don't expect you don't expect you to be the you know the first thing we do where we've been beaten up is to be ourselves up and that's not functional. There's a number one rule. No new damage. That means the friend that makes you feel like crap new damage. The thing you're putting in your mouth that's gonna make you feel bad new damage. That's second glass of wine. New damage beating yourself up new damage. No new damage because of the real dangers of crisis is that you can miss the opportunity if you continue to retraumatize yourself and we do in crisis because we're wide open you know. Our our old life was an exo skeleton. They kept things that kept things out when nine is broken in crisis there's nothing keeping stuff in. There's nothing keeping stuff out. You have to be vigilant to make sure no new damage. Even console little tempting enters your life. That is the number one. Well in the first chapter is titled. Who are you what parts make up who we are so. I went through the exercise. I've got my notes but it was very difficult. i have to say to identify. You know who i am. Who are you. That was difficult for me. Also because that's i mean. I do these exercises all the time i'm it. It is your personal mythology. Who it is you describe yourself. As is the healthy organizing principle of self and crisis demands that we changed that The most recent crisis for me and it took years really to get through was when my Son went to college in the may not seem a crisis everyone but experienced so much loss in my life and i was no longer a mother in that old way and it really took me a couple of years to find my feet on who was now because the number one factor in thriving and surviving is purpose and i had no idea what my purpose was. I wasn't making lunches. I wasn't packing suitcases. I wasn't helping with homework. What was why was i eating. And leaving and i think that especially if you've had trauma in your past life that reorganizing of self is really important and it starts with. How would i describe myself to somebody else. And working on that statement. And then is that how i wanna be described. You know i think Your your personal mythology really does need to change and often the organizing need in it remains the same but in a healthier way. There's an exercise in. The book called a pack. My grandmother's trunk and some of us for my generation. Remember that From when we were children but what it. It's a game where you remember thing after thing that you put in your grandmother's trump to take with you in crisis you need to make decisions. Is this something that i need to take with me. Either and idea of self or Certain feelings or ideas about the world or ways i interact or even people in my social group. Do i need to take this with me. Do i want to take this with me. Because the nice thing about being in the gulf is to a large degree we get to choose. I mean those who have who have experienced loss. You don't get to choose the have that loss restored. But you do get to choose what you take with you. And because you it is your obligation to survive and thrive that is the primary human obligation is to survive and thrive no matter. How difficult it is. You need to make those choices and it's not always doing the exercise once. I forget when. I publishes two thousand seventeen thousand eight. I still do the exercises again and again and they're different because the one thing that is assured is changed. Which by the record. I hate inch. Yeah i think most people do and i. It's such an incredible book for all of you out there listening. We are speaking with laura day. She is an author and this is one of her books that we're discussing. Welcome to your crisis how to use the power of crisis to create the life you want. We're going to go for a quick break. We'll be right back more coming up with laura day you're listening to one life. Radio on the sending into mosul can make things suspicion still got us on facebook like and follow us one. My radio welcome back. Everyone you're listening to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior. We are live from dallas texas as well as california southern california. We are here with laura day. She is a practicing intuitive and the new york times bestselling author of multiple books including how to rule the world from your couch. And welcome to your crisis laura. It's such an honor to have you on the show. You know so many things. I wanna i wanna ask you but let's start with this. One of the steps in the book is to rewrite our personal mythology. You touched on it earlier. Can you give us an example. So an example is i I was raised by very ill. Woman in my personal mythology. Was i take care of the world And i have limitless strengths. And and then when things fell apart in my own life and i had to respond My personal mythology had to change. And it was. I i am part of an interconnected community I you so. I really had to we. I i asked people in that. Who's your is your own superhero. Who would you be. And i went from being the leader to being the connector and i serve me so much better. I had a very smart Therapist when i was young they said to me. Do you really think you're the only person who can help other people. Maybe it's your choice of friends and hit me of course until fifty years later so some people are person who has it all on the ball or mr and ms perfect And and in crisis we need to look at both who we really are. And then what part of that you really want to be because a lot of what we are is a function of what other people needed us to be. Rolling up in our young adulthood and crisis gives us not only the opportunity but the decec- to say who is it we wanna be and and also can we be that person. Can we redefine in a way. That's not aggressive. That's not alienating. But that actually create stronger relationships community connection to sell but but with with coherence with integrity One of the chapters in your book is is is your life crisis. When i did this exercise i was shocked. Like is your life in crisis in some of these questions seem like you know. For example. have you suffered a loss. Are you more irritable lately with people around you. are you feeling out of place or not yourself And some i answered. Yes some i answered no but you said in in in the book that if you answered yes to any of these questions you may be in crisis. So how do we know if we're in a crisis on the inside way outside way the inside way is everything's going right but you're not feeling the outside way is you're feeling just fine but things in your life on going well balanced to actually can can juggle and and crisis. Would things can go wrong without your being in crisis by the way you know this book at this point. Better than you are amazing. I never had someone interview me who who has such a depth of understanding of the subject. So hats off to you. Thank you but you know you. You know you're in crisis when things are going wrong. So i i had this new and i know we all love those threes but i forgot my umbrella not a crisis i trip on the street and skinned my knee not crisis. I i get an appointment. Okay there at not that those things are crises. But there's something going on that. I sure as heck better sit back and pay attention to and say where is my crisis because when things and my outside world go on quite the same thing my my deceased sisters to say. My life is perfect. I'm the problem. Let's i remember reading that. Yeah the book is just phenomenal. It is and i. I feel more powerful had begun going through the process and reading it. I feel. i feel empowered. And and i've had a lot of loss as well and i and i had i went through very similar circumstance stance as you did. When i first opened the book i was like. Oh my gosh. I it resonated with me so profoundly. I can't even tell you. But i was like. Oh my gosh. I feel more powerful just reading simple simple words like this. You can create your dreams even if you don't know what those dreams are. That's just powerful reading those words and other quotes that i read in the book like to change the world. You must change yourself. I going into speaking about the law of relativity. It's just a fascinating book. And as i said i know the music and there you go. The music is playing. You're going to have to come back. Because i wanna. I wanna help people like you do. And i want to completely read the whole book and then come back and and just try to share it with people that we should do it together and compare notes okay and to notice conjoin in with us. Yeah yeah. I'm i'm pulling down the curtain. I'm completely transparent. Happy to do it if it heals somebody else. I'm all for it Lawrence no thank you thank you so much. I can't wait to get back on the air with you again and everyone. I just ordered three copies of the book. And i hope you'll follow it's amazing Be sure to check it out. Welcome to your crisis. Everyone have a fantastic day and remember you get one body you get one mind. And you get one life you can persevere.
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Got dr jacob teitelbaum on he is one of the most frequently quoted fibromyalgia and medical authorities in the world. We're gonna be talking about the benefits of vitamin d for the prevention of covid nineteen and beyond. And we've got robyn perry brought up here in just a minute. She's going to be talking about making special memories in a very difficult season and robinson on the show for a very long time. But you know. I have to tell. Actually you know robin you might want to join in this conversation and then i can read your bio after but i'll ask you in junior. Have you guys ever tried black walnuts. Black won't you know. I've tried walnuts even know there was. I didn't know there was different kinds of well. I've i've heard a black walnut. But i've never tried them well anyway. I was in sprouts last night getting groceries and and i saw on an end cap and i thought you know it said naturally bold flavor and non gmo and all these things like you know. I'm going to try. So i bring 'em home last night and i love walnuts on top of whipped cream and i bought some. I bought some ice cream. You guys not ice cream but not a mu and and put coconut cream whipped cream and i love walnuts and whip cream whether it's coconut cream or real. Whip queen queen with queen aimed. That's one of them words. It's one of those would anyway. So i put a whole bunch of reminding and oh man this is gonna be sweet and i thought they were terrible. Really they almost takes like i mean. Here's the thing. They weren't terrible if they almost tasted like blue cheese to me. So you agean. You know. I'm out to not on whipped cream cheese in a salad okay But not on whipped cream. And so i was like oh man so i had to scrape them all off and thrown garbage man. I love walnut student. I was hoping you were going to tell super walnut out there. No unless you get on a salad absolutely and they they probably would be greatness salad but now like i'm kinda ruined by it so that was looking at the bag this morning that the whole story is about. I'm looking at the bag. And i'm looking out my window as i commonly do every morning is i drink. My coffee and i just watched the birds and the squirrels. I wasn't outside because it was so cold this morning. And that's a reminder for everyone please bring your pets inside if you're cold there. They're called to just remember that But so anyway. I'm looking at the squirrels. And i'm just enjoying them. You know frolicking and bouncing all around and my doves are back. You know. And i was like maybe i can give the walnuts to the squirrels. Because i'm thinking squirrels walnuts right right and so by like but i'm not gonna give them to check it out so i went to my phone and i said siri are black walnuts. Okay for squirrels or something like that and if she said please consult with your local zoologist regarding proper animal diet i was like oh my god so then i continue to look but but actually a walnuts. Here's some questions so that i googled on this. I don't know where it was says. It's healthy for squirrels. Yes walnuts acorns. Almonds and other nuts are all love by squirrels. They love to hold them in their tiny paws as they eight. And i'm like duh watch but anyway it's a brought a great source of protein omega three fatty acids and even fiber for a pet squirrel. So i'm thinking. But if i put them all out there they might eat them all up at once and you know maybe give them you know squirrel diarrhea anyway. But here's the funny okay. And i know you'll love this robin especially you're gonna love this but it says so. What food is poisonous to squirrels. And here's what it is. Toxic foods are poisonous. Squirrels and should be completely avoided. Unhealthy foods says at the top and underneath it. It says and this by the way. You're going to see the connection here. When i when i when i continue reading and finish reading but it says unhealthy foods high sugar foods. This is for squirrels. High starch foods. Salty foods human junk-food cashew sunflower seeds dried corden. Peanuts probably the only thing. I can think of on that list. That might be healthy for a human would be peanuts or maybe sunflower seeds or cashews but all the rest is junk for us and squirrels. But they're not sure okay. Yeah that's okay but isn't that funny. Who would've known right. Oh my gosh yeah okay. Well we've got give away today. That i just some show notes that i need to get out to everyone. So each one of our guests including you robin is is being very generous in giving away a copy of their latest book And you can be. We'll let you announce it at the at the you know. I don't know here at the next break junior. What what number call are you going to call in but Robin perry bronze latest book is thrive applying biblical and quantum energy principles to live a transform life and a copy of dr jacob tele bombs new book from fatigued to fantastic and also i wanted to let all of our listeners know that environmental data is having a one day flash sales so get twenty five percent off of every amazing product. They have an adviser medica dot com and use the code jolly twenty-five. That's jolly twenty five for twenty five percent off at checkout and i'm going to order some of my deep immune i'm out of it. I'm getting low on it. Because i take it every single day. They're deep immune. Mike michael -biotics nights. I'm a little exhausted already from just talking about the squirrels. My gosh well. Robin always love having you on the show on. You've been my longtime therapist. And so robin is amazing. She holds a degree in integrative medicine as well as a psychology. She's also a holistic energy practitioner. Ordained minister and speaker robin created her. Own certified energy modality and holds trainings. Live on online and all over the world. She uses a holistic approach to address mental emotional spiritual and physical issues and her latest book. As i said thrive applying biblical and quantum energy principles to live a transformed. Life is now available on amazon dot com and her website is integrated life strategies dot com or her is integrated life strategies at g mail dot com and so robin i love it. We're talking about today because it is a difficult time for so many people so many people out covert. I might even have covid right now. I think i got exposed a couple of days ago waiting for test results. So you know it can be pretty tricky for people to get tripped. Sure t to get figure out this holiday season let alone vote taking covid nineteen and putting it into the mix but what have you seen in your practice. If you have you seen average people reacting to cove it emotionally and twenty twenty. Well you know the biggest thing. I think i started seeing around. September and october was what i would call the accumulation of a lack of connection. So if we're energy beings and we connect through our heart and through our you know energy field. And we have progressively spent less and less time around people It's almost like this. In in tangible sense of loneliness people are starting to feel or disconnection and it seemed like it was an accumulative thing like it didn't show up for five or six months where they're just feeling sad lonely disconnected and and they don't know why and so you know i would encourage them. Hey you just need to. You know if we think about like are are hard. Hauser a field attractor field. It's like five to ten feet in diameter not circumference from us That you know. I i'd be like you just need to make time and just go be with people and you know if you're worried about whatever then you know you can social distance and still be with people or you'd be with people that are safe and you know i'm obviously as a natural path. I believe that we are thrived healthier. When we're around a lot of bacteria and viruses and our world we co exist with them and that it is no different. We just need to build our immune systems and I haven't immunity to cove it. So i'm not concerned about it personally but you know what i would just see with people. Is you know. Obviously some people are scared but would be like. Hey just you know. Go have lunch with those people that aren't afraid to go have lunch with you. Yeah and just let that hartfield kind of get some some saturation and the love you know and and that was kind of the biggest thing i saw with people who weren't losing their business or you know most people i saw weren't having masses losses or energy. I i have had some people lose some people to Who who had other issues and then got kovin and how to you. Know a co morbid Situation and and died But i also think too that you know we have to look at. Our frequency. fear affects our immune system. I've talked about that before on the show and then just loneliness. I mean you know when we're at a high vibration we don't get sick and so this also this just accumulation of breathing in your own carbon dioxide and not being around people and being in fear and everybody else collected fear. I think that's also made us way more susceptible to getting sick too. Oh yeah i mean you think about when you're going through a difficult time in your life a loss or divorced things like that you do you get sick more often because your immune system is compromised because of the stress involved fears about part of that stress and fear. Kinda go hand in hand But how should people be reacting to the pandemic. What's what should be the norm if any at all is. Is there a norm right now. Of how well you you know you and i are in the same choir here right. So i'm preaching to the choir but You know the thing is. We have been so brainwashed in america to to trust a medical model which is do whatever you want and if you get sick you take a pill and that really isn't the way the body was designed. The body was designed to stay healthy and a pill doesn't fix it so it's about away a style in a way of living so you know my biggest thing is just been to educate people on in well and if we if we from from a quantum physics standpoint when we are at a higher vibration things like bacteria and viruses and sickness to stick. And so my thing. Is that what i believe. Everybody should do is take personal responsibility. It's nobody else's fault it's my responsibility. you know. We live in a country where the constitution says that you have the right to life liberty pursuit of happiness and that is that i take responsibility for my own life and health. It's nobody else's fault now. I do want to do no harm but you know i also look at. Is it fair for personnel to completely lose their business so person b. who's not taking care of themselves doesn't get sick that's not living in a world of personal responsibility well and it's definitely something that we need to contemplate for sure You know yesterday. I read this on the air and i'll read it again because i've just still so astounded by it and And and it's this that americans and this came off of a tweet. And i you know i'll find out exactly where the sources but i've heard this before so i know it's legit that americans are five percent of the world's population yet consumed roughly seventy percent of the world's pharmaceutical drugs and that the usa is only one of two countries in the world. That televises pharma medications to mitigate poor lifestyle choices and have to tell you so you know after. I watched the bills game the other night kind of left the television on for the dogs and just to have you know something in the house. It's like some some community if you will like some outside formation and but i had the sound down and i saw pharmaceutical ad after pharmaceutical had in the last forty eight hours and there was one this warning on. Nbc it was like oh my gosh. The production was so well done first of all ahead of cost millions. It was so beautifully done the colors and everything and it was like a super time half bowl super super bowl. Halftime show is what. I was thinking when i was looking at it because it was like. Wow it was so. Wow wow look at that you know and was very enticing and exciting to watch and i thought oh my god and there are people out there that watch that every single day. They become accustomed to it. That's their know what gets me is that they still have to say the disclaimers at the end and they'll go. Okay you know you have like Incontinent and then you say side effects may include death paralysis. You know and i'm just happy i'm going. You're kidding me so right now instead of wearing pad. Because i might leak a little. I'm going to take a drug that might kill me that make you know we talk about it all the time on the show. That is the reason we are on the air because we are right. Hashing it about is so many people out there are passionate about it because at the end of the day we are responsible for our own health and our bodies and how well we live and how well we think. And so. that's a. That's a good time to go to break right. Yeah okay more. Coming up with robin parry brown. Everyone stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio all in this souto long on again and does the tree. How much fun. It's gonna lead mas fire size and bra. We're through this christmas shop chris. You're listening to one life radio. Make sure you check out our podcast and get to know the show at one life. Radio dot com. That's a christmas song. I don't think i've ever heard version of jingle bell rock goes there's only like what twenty five songs just switch up the version right so funny. I love the holiday season and everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this bernadette with junior and robin perry brown continuing on robin is degreed degree in integrative medicine and has a masters in psychology. she's also a holistic energy. Practitioner ordain minister author and speaker. And she has her own certified energy modality and holds. Trainings live and online all over the world. She uses a holistic approach to address mental emotional spiritual and physical issues her latest book thrive applying biblical and quantum energy principles to live a transform. Life is now available on amazon dot com and also remember. You can get environmental. Today are a twenty four hour a flash sale. I think it goes till tomorrow. Get twenty five percents off. Every amazing product at environmental dot com is use. The code jolly twenty five at checkout and just remember to order by thursday to ensure holiday delivery. Okay robin let's get back to this and we're talking about making special memories in very difficult season so Right before we went to the break. I asked you. Should people be reacting to the pandemic. But i wanna ask you this as well. Do you see a collective mind shift happening. Now that a vaccine has been released Well you know most of the people in my world or Not gonna plan to take the vaccine. So the the mind shift is more disappointment. Negatively than positive What i see more than that. Without the vaccine i see the average person going. You know yes. A lot of people testing positive but now they're also have a lot of people have had it and go. Yeah wasn't that bad. I had ninety on fever. I took the hydroxychloroquine or whatever. The story is point. Zero zero three percent of the population have dying. You know with it so people are just kinda going. You know my freedom and matters and i wanna live my life and you know one thing i will say earlier. I think there's a legitimate thing. If i have an eighty or ninety year old grandparent living in my house. I do wanna be extra careful. Those are you know. That's that's a given but just in general. I think people are tired of being forced to wear masks and shutting down and you know not being connected and and starting to actually feel what it might feel like to have your freedom taken away and some of these cities where it's gotten like ridiculous you know more and more people are kinda waking up and going. This is not the way. I wanna live the rest of my life. I'll take my chances. Get a virus. Get over it may have a natural immunity to it But this whole world shutdown saying or the losses that people experienced the suicide rate going up all this stuff is not best wife. And so i think that that i see that more than like people just aren't afraid anymore. Let's say that way people are not afraid and and i think that's true with anything like oh i know ten people have gotten it they all got over it you know. My my uncle was eighty eight and he had copd and he was shut down in a nursing home and had diabetes and high blood pressure and he died. But i can't say that. I don't know that they'd never let him outside for six months. He never got any. You know love or life and then probably as much a part of his and he had dementia so it was eighty eight. So right i. I don't think ovid killed him. I think he died of a broken heart of not being able to to live for a big part of that and Anyway so. I'm just saying that that that says much part of this conversation that more and more people are kind of waking up to. This wasn't what we thought. Its naughty bowl. it's not killing every other person who comes into contact with it. The younger population just isn't seem to be that worried. I'm not sure. I trust the tests but even with the test the as symptomatic people or not getting other people sick well. Yeah that's how i got exposed. You know. I'm not sure if i have it or not. I don't feel like i do but you never know you know. And i think i had it before. So maybe i do have a resistance to it or immunity to but many people will struggle to struggle during this holiday season. we're angel distancing and restrictions. So what can they do overcome these struggles during the holiday. Season robin well. So it's kinda like you know Oh let's think about let's say scrooge or whatever you know when you think about tiny tim and i think okay. They've been seasons in my life. Where things were meager sparse. And you know. I could afford to buy my kids christmas present. And that's just the way our life was and and we made christmas great because we focused on the things that we had and that we appreciate it and that was valued and we didn't focus on what was missing was lost. And you know. And i do say that even with the mask and everything else people seem to be still working really hard to be positive and upbeat and you know not whining complaining. Negative all the time. And so i think it really has to do with being very very intentional about adapting the mindset of gratitude. There's something to be grateful for. There's something to be thankful for and fun. I remember while you were talking you me. You prompted a memory of one. I haven't thought about years and years and years but know. I've always been kind of prankster. And i used to do this thing where i would get behind the christmas tree because in our home it always had to be in the corner and i would be very still still and i would wait for someone usually my brothers or sisters to come up and kind of snoop through the presents under the tree you know would like jump out and scream at him and scare the ever loving. Of course i would laugh. They would laugh at silly stuff like that. You know that's a memory that didn't cost anything. It's just a fun loving spirit in a home that that is contagious. By the way when you're around the energy is contagious. And i love it when we talk about stuff like this that we talk about energy because it is very real. It is and i'm looking at the clock and seeing that. I have to go to break here. Robin so I wish you a happy holiday. Probably won't get to see you and thank you so much for jumping on the air today and sharing your thoughts with us and and you're gonna give out the number right junior for the for robin bokan. Dr jacob teitelbaum book absolutely to one four or eight one seven seventy seven eleven ninety two one four seven seven eleven ninety or you can switch it out to eight one seven if you're not fort worth area but give us a call and if you are caller number. Let's say caller number two today color to you're going to get the books all right. I know it's a great book. I'm sitting here looking at it. And i'll just read a little quote real quick out of robbins. This is in chapter nine What is the heart as a man thinks is his heart so is he. it's a proverb twenty-three seven and just i love stuff like that. I love reading stuff like this and thank you so much for jumping on the air with us today. We're going to go to break. Everyone stay tuned. Dr jacobs burn. Love you to jack. Dr jacob teitelbaum is coming up and you're listening to one life radio beginning to elect right. Take a look in the five and ten candy canes and silver lanes aglow it's beginning to restore but the scientists. The is the holiday that would be on your own though this on facebook it like and follow us at one radio All agree happy holidays. I was waiting for the interested. I can sing it. Everyone happy holidays and welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette junior and we are live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as southern california are very special guest. Today is dr jacob teitelbaum. He is a medical doctor. And what is one of the most frequently quoted fibromyalgia medical authorities in the world. He is the author of the bestselling books from fatigued to fantastic pain-free one-two-three the complete guide to beating sugar addiction. Real cause real cure. The fatigue and fibromyalgia solution diabetes is optional and the popular and free smartphone app cures from a he is also the lead author of five studies on effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. And a study on effective treatment of autism using an e which is a natural drug free noninvasive treatment to relieve allergies addiction anxiety depression and many other disorders. Dr tito bomb appears often as a guest on news and talk shows nationwide including good morning america. The dr oz show oprah and friends. Cnn and fox news health you can learn more at vitality one o. One dot com. That's vitality one dot com or at n fatigue dot com a honor to have you on the show. Dr teitelbaum welcome to one life. Radio burned it up. It's great to be with you in the listeners today. And it's really good day because there is so much you can do to prevent the virus. Make sure your thrive despite the virus and it's a not good information. Say what happens if you have persistent symptoms. You can make those go away so those of you. Listening are persistent. viral symptoms are post. Covid will tell you how to make those go way way manageable. I agree. And i'm so glad you're on the show and you're so respected throughout the world. So let's talk about this. So a very large percentage of people are diagnosed with covid. Continue to have persistent symptoms months after diagnosis while others have minimal or no symptoms at all. Why is that brennan like tripping circuit breaker in your home if you only have they have a space heater plugged in on a winter's night plug in one of the things to find but they have three or four different space heaters and things appliances plugging three more kind of tripped out circuit breaker and i find for people who get those five fatigue. It's you again. You can see this from literally. Dozens of infections cova does not unique at all of this way but when people try to our have are under severe stress when the trying to push through they have work and other stuff they need to do and instead of resting with virus they try to push through. But many stresses at one time with the virus. That big enough to push people over the edge and triple circuit breaker. Wow and so you know one of the big things that everybody's talking about and has been for months is vitamin d as a preventative of covid. Nineteen can we. Can we talk about that. I just took a bunch of it right before the show gets exposed. I just found out. And i take i say a bunch of it you know i. I'm very. I'm very astute. The than how much. I should take every day. So because it's a fat soluble vitamin as you're probably gonna explain here in a second you do have to be somewhat careful but I really do feel that. It's so critical. But i wanna hear what you have to say about vitamin d dr bomb. It's a critical Vitamin hormone To give you some safety perspective if you're lying on a beach till you turn kind of light pink. Your body's making twenty five thousand units of vitamin d. So there's people that are doing that every day so even though it's found soluble with the exception of people who have high calcium levels because of a bone cancer You know or other causes of calcium. Vitamin d is very very safe I usually recommend a multivitamin with about a thousand units today Some people will take fee thousand to five thousand dollars covid And if i was a had a recent exposure I would be taking twenty five thousand a day for three days i'd be taking zinc fifty milligrams a day for three days And i would be taking vitamin c. Five hundred milligrams a day for three days as well as melatonin. Five milligrams a night. Those simple things appear to dramatically decrease the risk of both getting covid or having the virus be severe Number studies at all of these are literally dozens of studies at this point. Now for these all these different things But there's no money in so there's nobody else they're talking about them. Well you know you brought up something that i just read over. The i can think was in the it was in the epoch times. And it's an article that the cleveland clinic identifies melatonin as a covid. Nineteen treatment so melatonin. How much should we be taking preventative or a treatment for covid nineteen or can we can we even say. Oh my personal. Take five milligrams by the time of the military. What i do each day. I take good. Multivitamin something like clinical essentials would be a good one combined with a supplement called i reproach v. i. r. a. So i take one of those each morning without simple combination and eight hours sleep a night and my five milligrams melatonin nighttime. I feel very safe. Getting out. About and i mean technically. Even though i'm thirty one. I was born over sixty five years ago so The you know so. I feel very safe being out and about using common sense precautions against those are wondering whether you should wear a mask if you are indoors at home you don't need it outdoors exercising and walking around. You don't need a mask if you're indoors in public places It's supposed to social courtesy and a health safety thing. It's not going to protect you. But it keeps the virus from building up in the air and that building that doesn't circulate out where people can get the virus. Where the mask. If you're indoors in public places. I just common sense. You don't have to be finding a fighter about middle ground here over the common sense but these simple things Melatonin again five milligrams at night. But if i had to contact i would take that up to ten milligrams of make five milligrams evening. Melatonin is if i'm not mistaken is naturally occurring in the body. Your body produces it right. So if you're gonna take melatonin you shouldn't take it long. Term is that correct In the beginning twenty five thirty five years ago when it first came out. I caught some people to limit it to half a milligram or less today Because we didn't know it was suppressed about his own production things along those lines but had that experience with it has turned out to be very safe. I have not seen any problems with it. So i'm perfectly comfortable myself taking five milligrams a bedtime long-term Well you know we were talking earlier about persistent symptoms in some people that have have had covid nineteen. Why does that happen. I know you refer to it as long holler syndrome. What does that mean. Basically if you're three months out from the virus and you're still feeling tired achey As the especially if you have trouble sleeping brain fog These are all symptoms of post viral chronic fatigue or more night math cough shortness of breath. Along with it as well. Dr fauci has correctly noted That this reflects post viral chronic fatigue syndrome And this is something we've worked with for years It is very very very very very treatable. So if you're still having symptoms of the virus two months out a again you probably have called long college syndrome. You tripped a circuit breaker There's support your body needs but our research shows this is very very treatable This is what i've been working on for forty five years now. I'm so honored to have you on the show i am. I've been reading your books for years and and it's such a pleasure to listen to you speak. We're going to go to a quick break for station identification and we'll be right back everyone. You're listening to dr jacob. Tito bomb he is a medical doctor and one of the most frequently quoted fibromyalgia medical authorities in the world and is he is the author of many books including his most recent one from fatigued to fantastic stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio off. Thank follow us on social media. Radio back everyone happy holidays. You're listening to one live radio. We are live from dallas texas as well as kfi in southern california. This is bernadette with junior and our special guests continuing on dr jacob teitelbaum. He is a medical doctor and is one of the most frequently quoted fibromyalgia medical authorities in the world. He is the author of many bestselling books and his. Most recent book is from fatigued to fantastic. He is also the lead author of five studies on effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and to study and effective treatment of autism using an e- Which is a natural drug free noninvasive treatment to relieve allergies addiction anxiety depression and many other disorders. Dr bomb appears often as a guest on news and talk shows nationwide including good morning. America the dr oz show oprah and friends. Cnn and fox news health you can learn more at vitality one o. One dot com. That's vitality one zero one dot com or end fatigue dot com. Okay so dr tobon. We're talking today about the benefits of vitamin d. For prevention of covid nineteen and beyond. We've all already covered most of it. Is there anything that we left out that you want our listeners. To know there's one thing thing For those of you with persistent out to the cove ed Tired achey brain. Fog can't sleep cough about that whole thing. We just had a study accepted for publication Using a new treatment nutritional support formula anyway as called recovery factors and. What we found was a sixty percent of the people who had very severe disability Felt an average sixty nine percent better six overall wellbeing sixty nine percent more energy within three to four weeks. So this is a remarkable step forward For those who suffer Was a number of chronic conditions And this is especially those. Even the post i wrote symptoms The i think this will turn out to be very beneficial. We do have two more. Studies underway for cfs and fibromyalgia For those of you who are interested And being in the study some these studies can be done by home by mail. And let me give you some information out again for those. Maybe just now joining the show. It's vitality one o. One dot com and end fatigue. Dot com t. Dr tito bomb. You're an expert in pain management. What treatments do you recommend. Most to manage chronic pain. So many people out there suffering with it Well it's really important to realize pain. Management is awful in this country Pain is our body's way of saying something they use attention. It's kind of like the oil on your car going off. So yeah this annoying grad flashing light saying you need oil. You go to the doctor and the doctor. So that's nice put band aid on it and then we wanted to have problems in the you know then mobile smash it out. You know where you into the car. The oil 'cause and are published research has shown that if you give the body what it needs and last and the very large majority of people. The pain goes away just like putting oil in the car. So you don't have to use these other things so there's an herbal makes called kiran. She u. r. a. m. i n. not to be confused with curcumin and head on studies that makes us more effective celebrates far through itis and unlike the arthritis medicines which kill over fifty thousand americans a year in using the like costa mankind jordan For example you get side benefits So there's all of these different things for paying a almost all pain can be effectively treated And most of the time without narcotics. Although when the catholics are needed they can be a lifesaver and the whole cottage. Debate has become so politicized in this become one more attack Sick people in this country. I agree. And so what are your thoughts regarding the opioid epidemic in the united states They're still being prescribed for pain management. And you know. Even after the paint they're being prescribed and then the after effects of them so many people end up back in the hospital From being severely constipated and dehydrated after having surgery When it's it's from the opioids right. Oh well let me put it very simply Being in chronic pain is much more toxic to the body. Than the opioids are so the vast majority of people you can get pain-free without opioids using a mix of other natural in prescription options and also structural bev approaches. The problem is not the opioids problems like a physician education and availability Or familiarity with both natural and prescription tools that are helpful in those who have chronic pain. It's not treated because it acts as you know. It seems like doctors have this feeling. All paint is okay as long as there's somebody else's and it just not so. The chronic pain causes horrific changes in the brain and elsewhere. That are much worse than other constipation. And we can take care of the constipation The problem is lack of education. You through the cause of the pain. So you don't need narcotic but if you do need to narcotic there's ways she's a safely and the narcotic is safer than the chronic pain but again narcotics Prescribe narcotics caused fifteen thousand deaths a year only five thousand of those people using the most directed. I profile related medications. Fifty thousand a year so we need to put a little bit of perspective back into this discussion. The most people do not need narcotics but if they do say for them having to chronic pain yeah i would agree and thank you for sharing all that and just incredible information and speaking of incredible information your new book from fatigued to fantastic. What are some of the fundamental elements of the book. We'll see you have a chronic pain. Chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia. It teaches you how to give your body what it needs to make the pain go away. So it uses shine protocol which is proven to help and ninety one percent of people to get rid of the illness a walk people through how to get. Well we'll talk about mind body spirit thing. How do you turn those circuit. Breakers back on that you tripped. How'd you learn to say no things like that But the really is complete and for those of you with brain fog and you know who you are if you have that. There's a little brain fog penalty summary. So you can actually go through the whole book in an hour and get all the key salient points and then dive deeper into areas. That you'd want more information about so people who are sensitive to everything but even if pain or fatigue of the book will help you get your health back and this is a new. Revised edition just came out and it is outstanding outstanding. I'm looking at it here. A chapter eleven addressing each of the ten most common pains and one in particular that so many people suffer whether we've only got about three and a half minutes but migraines and other headaches i have one friend in particular he might even be listening right now gets migraines all the time. What do you say to him. Well number one vitamin b. to arrive aflame. four hundred milligrams. A day has been shown to six weeks to decrease migraine frequency by about sixty seven hundred sixty nine percent take magnesium two hundred milligrams a day be twelve along with in fact as simple as saying is. There's a free phone. App called cures eight so c. u. r. e. capital bassey. Just look up migraine headaches. Go through it. But in his case he really wants to be looking out. Things like food allergies and food sensitivities Where and women who have migraines that won't go away despite you know. They can't take all the trip pants and all these other things But they find throughout their menzies and around there ovulation. Those are hormone related. And the book. We'll talk about how to take care of that too but The standard treatments. Don't work that you need to use the bio identical presented on keep the level stable But most of my grades can't be treatable If you'd give the quickest way to get through the magdalena's is one ground with magnesium intravenously will knock it out. Eighty five percent of the time more effective than dumber all. But just haven't look the app or at the book and we'll tell him what he needs to do to make those migraines. Go away in the book. We're talking about with dr jacob taylor. Bomb is from fatigue to fantastic. We've got about a minute and a half what other advice you have for our listeners who may be suffering from post viral fatigue or any of the issues that we've talked about today at the doctor tells you what's wrong with you crazy or implies that your your famiy. I want to stand up. Walk over to the dr. Lukman the i give him a big hug and say. Thank you for letting me know right off the bat. What a complete and utter idiot. You are so i don't turn around. Walk out that door and that kind of abusive behavior for doctor. Saying i don't what would you say you're crazy is simply no longer acceptable. Find a physician and other t to it people worldwide. I find a holistic doctor in your area. They're much more likely to know how to address these areas But the book itself. The from fourteenth fantastic will help guide you so you know what you need to do to get well and recover. What do we have fibromyalgia. Kind of critique syndrome Postcode or just regular day today fatigue or our plane dr bomb. You're you're just you're the best. You're just the best. Thank you so much. And i know you've healed so many people today and i can't thank you enough for jumping on the show. I hope someday you'll come back And and treat us again. Thank you so much and have a wonderful holiday with you and your family be. Well everybody right. thank you so much. Dr jacob teitelbaum everyone. I highly recommend the book from fatigued to fantastic. You heard it yourself here on life radio everyone remember you get one body you get one mine and you get one life and yes you can heal yourself. Have a great day.
What Makes Men Happy?
"Everyone and welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. The podcast that is dedicated towards bridging the divide between the police and the communities that they serve so right. Now we're going to focus once again on the community. Well actually we're going to focus on both This is our mid week encouragement session so I was really thinking about some really important details Along with that first of all let me say that. I hope that you all are staying safe in doing what you gotta do. As far as sanitizing and cleaning up and watching who you shake hands with and watching yourself as he touched doors with corona virus. And all this stuff that's going on so make sure that you using those precautions universal precautions when necessary in order to avoid infecting yourself which of course would affect and infect your family so mentioned you do what you gotTa do about that. I came across an article the other day that I thought was very interesting. And the name of the article was. The strongest predictor of men's wellbeing isn't family or health. Thought it was very interesting because as a read through the article as we'll get into a little bit it really talked about what makes men happy and it's not always family in it's not always You know we would think it'd be family or even their own physical health but that's not often what it is and we're talking about mental health and mental wellbeing so at that that was very important now from a law enforcement aspect There was an article that was just published in police MAG DOT com stopping officer suicides and it goes on to talk about That in two thousand nineteen that there were About two hundred and twenty eight suicides for law enforcement across the country Meanwhile there were only a hundred and thirty two police officers who died in the line of duty now. I don't mean to put the word only on there because any any officer. Death is obviously tragic. One is far too many as far as line of duty deaths and concerning In comparison to one line of duty death you know all that are obviously tragic so once again. This is about the community and the police. I don't WanNa make it about some solely by police. But the important thing to remember about this is that From a law enforcement aspect of it is is that the officers are dying more because of suicide rather than being killed in the line of duty. And there's another article that I came across. It says why more men than women die by suicide and the article goes on this is from BBC Dot Com and it goes on to talk about how more women are actually diagnosed with depression. More women taking medications for depression so the question has to be asked. Why are more men dying because of suicide well? The answer is fairly simple as the article goes on to state in. That is that men have access to more violent. Means Right. It's men who have the guns men who are taking Who have the means to kill themselves? Women attempt suicide a lot more often but they are not always successful in their attempts one of the biggest things that I wanted to take away from. This is from the BBC articles to talk about the risk factors. And I just want to read just a little bit of of this team. One key element is communication right. This is the risk factors. Why so many more men are at risk for a number one depression killing themselves suicide to not just policemen but all men rights initially shared his episode. Any man or a person who you think may be struggling or just needs to his right. If they're male it's too simplistic to say. Women are willing to share their their problems in. Mentana bottled up. It is true that for generations. Many societies have encouraged men to be strong and not to admit they're struggling. It often starts in childhood. We tell boys that boys. Don't cry said Coleman Driscoll the former executive director of operations at Lifeline in Australian charity providing twenty four hour crisis appoint suicide prevention. We conditioned boys from a very young age not express emotion because to express emotion is to be week. There's another woman. Merrick Gra new Executive Director of the Center for Suicide Prevention and Canada. Points out. It's how we talk to our children and how we encourage them to communicate about themselves to mothers talk way more to their girl children than to the children and they share identify feelings more. She says we almost expect women to be emotional. Very very big risk factor in. And we've got to get away from this idea of toxic masculinity. I'm not totally sold on that particular idea that there is a such thing as toxic masculinity but. I do think that we need to get more men to be more expressive. Not to bottle things up on the inside and to be able to express their feelings their thoughts their concerns and their desires and not to be seen as weak many times in the police were. That's exactly what's going on. There is such a call in the need for these males to be such Alpha males to destroy any sign of weakness whether it's amongst their peers especially amongst the street right yet to show the criminal in or you got to come into any type of situation and show them that you're in charge and this creates the toxic mask Masculinity type of problem and this creates the toxic buildup within their system because they always have to feel as if they're in charge. Now the question can be asked whether they become cops because they're already this way they're already genetically predisposed to being this type of personality or because they developed personality once they get into line of work we could go on and on about that kind of thing but the point of it is is that it's creating toxic environment in which men and women are killing themselves in another thing you know that They go on about the in. These articles is talking about the economic downturns. Now we understand the with this corona virus and many other factors that the economy's being affected the stock market is tanking and so therefore many men are taking to committing suicide because of this situation that we're dealing with on an everyday basis so I thought that these articles were very very Important and we have to understand them so let me just while I'm talking about this. Let me just give some of the warning signs and this comes from that police MAG DOT com article that I was talking about Some warning signs may include displaying feelings of hopelessness withdrawing from family and friends increase alcohol. Consumption noticeable change in weight either gained or lost ending typically beloved recreational activities. Right they stopped going out and doing things. Sudden unexpected outbursts of anger and sadness increased risk taking both on and off. Duty a change in a personal demeanor saying things. Like y'all take care of my family. I die right threatening suicide. Many Suicide Victims Verbally Telegraph daredevil. So those are just some of the things to be on the lookout from so let me get back to this. Other article about the strongest predictor of men's well being isn't family for health as feminism is increasing defined as liberation for all people genders definitions of masculinity continued to shift away from traditional in many argued toxic norms long characterized by physical strength emotional repression in social cultural power. Masculinity is being defined by many of today's most influenced men to include traits like compassion since tippety honesty in empathy. That's exactly what I was talking about an article right before we were talking about how strong people were how big they were. was concentrated on emotional repression social cultural power. And this is something that you know. Unfortunately a lot of white males are are dealing with the loss of not only when they lose their economic status. Would they perceive to be someone of another ethnicity on their job or have to listen to someone who's Up of another ethnic background from there from a bosses perspective as their boss But you know this this creates problems for them and also you know now. They have to listen to women ask their boss as well. So this is. This becomes very problematic for people right so they have to redefine what it means to be a man masculinity and today it's time and that means that you have to have compassion sensitivity honesty and empathy. It's incredible that honesty was there right. you'd think that Honesty would not be there but some people did not think that they had to be honest at all time. They certainly did not think that they had to be empathetic to other persons are needs. There was a Two Thousand Eighteen Harry's masculinity report and Harry's is the name of a a grooming company over there in the UK I believe they also sell products here in the United States is well they serve at five thousand men ages eighteen ninety five across the US. They and they did it by the made sure that they were equal in the race to income education. Sexual orientation a military service in a lot. More variables there The respondents were asked about the happiness confidence. Emotional stability motivation optimism and sense of being in control. They were then asked how satisfied they were with their careers relationship. Money work life balance physicality and mental health and also about the values that matter to the most. The results showed a clear trend. The strongest predictor of happiness of men's happiness and well-being is their job satisfaction by large margin in the largest predictor of job. Satisfaction is whether men feel. They are making an impact on the company's success. So think about that. If the strongest predictor of their mental emotional wellbeing is their job satisfaction and there's an economic downturn they get laid off they have to Now listen to a female boss to a boss who who may be of a different ethnic background makeup. This is causing for their mental instability. In this is increasing their chances of suicide. This measure the study finds influenced by weather men feel. They are using their own unique talents and work whether they are surrounded by diverse set of perspectives. How easily and often they can chat with coworkers whether they feel their opinions are valued and whether they inspired by the people. They work with the results. Aligned with Harry's 2017 survey two thousand men in the UK which similarly found that satisfying secure employment is the strongest predictor British. Men's positive mindset men who have high job satisfaction are likely to be content in their other aspects of their life following job satisfaction top indicators a positive mindset and wellness for American men are in descending order the physical and mental health income age men over the age of fifty were significantly happier especially in the in the US Midwest and relationship status. The survey found that ninety one percent of married men had normal or better levels and mental positively compared with eighty percent of single or unmarried men. Regionally friendship is a particularly strong predictor of wellbeing. For men in the West in northeast while socializing through sports and healthy competition was a strong indicator of well being for men in the US south. So there's a lot of different factors that go into right you relationship status your age How well you are Physically Are you a part of a sports team? All this type of stuff but the number one predicted by far is how well we're doing at work and and so. I think that that really says a lot about just a genetic makeup of men and were born to do things born to hunt and fix things and WanNa be seen as our. Our opinions are valuable. And we WANNA bring something to the table when we go into work can have some type of value. And if we don't those things right if we're getting laid off and we don't feel as if our income is is is where it should be a bosses and listening to us and berating US and putting us down the no criticism a lot of emotional instability in lot of a mental discomfort and so we take these different extreme actions in order to try to solve these types of problems. So I want men and women to be very mindful of this type of stuff Do what you can to reach out. If you see a loved one in the state of being and maybe he's going through some of those predictors that I talked about before gaining weight. Losing weight increased alcoholism taking risks a lot of outbursts of sadness withdrawing from family and friends displaying feelings of hopelessness male. Female police officer. Police officer If you see these types of things going on make sure that you're reaching out Become a part of that person's life asked him to get help asked him as everything's alright and understand that they're going to not always be honest about it. But you have to do a judge. Do try to intervene. That's what I wanted to talk about for today in a hold. That is really something. That really kind of sparks. Some something in your mind in order to try to do something that that you can do now. I always tried to end off those other sessions that I had with trying to understand what we can do Some of this is just really just genetic nats taking a defeatist attitude with this but this is something that men deal with and we have to go through. You know when I went through my own heart situation My triple bypass Create a lot of depression within my own mind in had to go talk to someone and you know even now. There are some days where I have good days and bad days to be honest with you in this. Podcast really helps me to to really stay focused and because You know I have to really you know my job. Satisfaction is really making sure that I compass a lot of different things throughout the day. And make sure that. I am actually still a productive member of society. So I totally understand this when you win as a man. You don't feel like as if you're not doing something Then you kinda feel like a slug men WanNa feel as if they are important. They're contributing to the lives of their family contributing to their jobs until this is very very important to them So I would say the men out there continue to to strive for for goals continue to to reach for higher heights You know don't let the temporary circumstances of of of a layoff of a passed over for promotion. Passed over for a special assignment. Allow you to be detoured. Go seek help if you need to talk to. Your preacher appraised a best friend in. Try to get the help that you would need. So I really want to focus on that So if women out there if you think that just because you're a man in your life has a nice family provided nice home that he should be content. It's not always the case. So be very mindful of that that he the greatest predictor of his mental health and satisfaction is whether he is satisfied on his job. So that's just the way that it is in the vast majority of the cases. So let me and this episode by giving out some phone numbers for people to call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. One eight hundred two seven three eight two five five safe call now. One zero six four five nine three zero two zero. There's COP line for although officers out there but I'm sure anyone call it In they can refer you to whoever you need to call one eight hundred two six seven five four six. Three police made sure that you rate subscribe and share. Please come support of the podcast and captain hunters podcast unpatriotic then Mo cash pay pal all of those CPT L. Hunter follow me on Instagram. Follow me on twitter follow me on Capitol Hunters podcast on Facebook instagram twitter. Abo- CPT L. Hunter rate subscribe and share these episodes. If there is a subject you'd like to hear about or the guest. You wanted to talk to make sure you hit me up an email. Cpt L. Hunter at gmail.com. Still have a lot of great episodes in interviews. Coming up so this is just a mid week. Touchup mixture of the were staying on track staying on focus and That's it ladies and gentlemen until next time much love and peace.
Level 2, English lesson 49. How do you listen to music ?
"What's your favorite song this week? Hello everyone welcome back to learn English English with Colin. Can you guess what the lesson is about this week. It's about your your favorite song. One is your favorite song this week. Last time time we talked about some of the different genres of music which included rock and last cicle to name just a few so this week late talk oh combat where you listen to music. Do you listen to music on the street at is your local market on your phone on the radio in the car. Ah On your by ADT chill frames on Youtube or Woah on a music APP. Such as border fine. What do you use something else to listen to music? Music like listening on a record or on a tape his state or on a CD or on a grandma third so in today's is listen. We are using some images that tell us something about music. Let's look and the first image here of the three men on day. What music might they be playing being and with the woman in Image Numb but to what music might day be replay? Why do you think this is the genre or kind of music? They are playing and in the third image. What's music might? He'd be playing and in the fourth image. What music might be playing? This is a great way I to make a guess as we can't hear the music okay. So that's it for today's lesson lease he's click on the link in this lesson if you can see the video and the second lane. Hey if you can see the full to answer the questions and spatial shoutout to all about Raines listening in from New Jersey New York San Francisco Oakland San Jose Washington. DC Virginia Breath Bell. Jim Italy United Kingdom Turkey island. Canada right have you you all here with us. Have a great day and please. Don't forget to search for learn English with Cullen to find more or less and so you can answer the questions in this listen and move on to the Knicks lesson here act. Eight MAG DOT COM.