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"matt briggs" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Conflict actually helps us solve problems. Get things done if we avoid conflict in the workplace. We're not a very productive team and unfortunately even in my own experience. I grew up in a very conflict. Avoiding household and conflicts were not communicated clearly or had on they were swept under the rug so to speak and then of course there was even bigger emotional outbursts once they piled up together and it was multiple conflicts. So i didn't have the tools until i really start working on my own. Communication to be better in these situations again in our audience are now in a place where they're leading a team. Where conflict is inevitable and maybe they haven't been trained to not have these difficult conversations. So let's unpack. How do we approach difficult conversations in the workplace. Are there things that you recommend. We do to prepare ourselves for the inevitable conflict yet. Do's and don'ts i would say yes. It's awfully does growth which is a great way to start from because if you do not realize that you will avoid it. Because it's not comfortable. It will never be comfortable but we have to realize okay. This is the case by knowing that it's difficult a lot of people just either avoid them and so like let's not go there. Which as you said builds up a lot of pressure that's okay but it could also mean that people. I went to their four kinds of style. So when avoiding them one is addressing it full on with the pressure. You feel like. I've got it right now. Then you have people who want to address it. But they're very vague so it's kind of like going around beating around the bush and of course you have people which i would highly recommend that effectively have a difficult conversation which will never be relaxed because there are emotions involved. One of the advice is one of the advises. I have is don't stall do it as quick as possible as soon as possible but soon as possible for both parties because again here. We have the Level that is important for both you and the other person. So what i e. Sometimes somebody builds up the courage. I'm gonna address this now. And i'm going to prepare for it and i've done this so well. But they forget for instance that the other person is ready with the other person's just focusing on work and they blurted out so the do would be prepare. No your role know your goal so to say no the other person and be very much aware of timing and comfort comfort. Nece a matt briggs of a great point that in these situations especially if it's personal environment matters so provoking a conflict with people who are not involved. You don't need to be involved in the room in that environment is only gonna make matters worse. So part of the preparation is making sure that you have the time and the space the right environment to have that conversation in a meaningful way. Now don't stall this one is is so important to because we often see in here from our clients that their stewing on this conflict there thinking through everything they're going to say and they're holding onto it and giving it all of this meaning but they're waiting and in a few days go by and the other person has no idea that there's conflict has already moved on and here you are. You waited too long to handle it and now isn't an impactful conversation that can move forward and your emotions if it's an emotional setting for you piles up so the stress level rises and what you see of course when we're stressful or when we're stressed the neo cortex doesn't function as it should be so that makes again a less of a effective communication and the conversation. How many times have people work themselves up over conflict and and over nothing only to finally get to a place where both people can discuss. What is going on and realize that there isn't an issue and then it was that it was just manufactured in their minds. Yeah pending is so important. Let's put everything on the table and see where the conflict actually is because it may not be where you think it is and then now you now. You have an opportunity to be a problem solver and for both parties to come up with a win win. Yeah what. I try to teach people is. Is it the content that causes this stress because if we usually if we address the content. It's okay hey this is the fact i wanna tell you. This is my observation. I would like to tell you but the other two theme. So i'm making a triangle. Because i believe that this This is the three elements that are very important in a difficult conversation so one would be content and the other one would be procedure. That's like when when did it take place or is it in the future. Maybe says you're building up to something. And thirdly that's the direction and the interaction holds all the elements that are very difficult for us to control so that would-be emotions that would be personalities that would be a different styling communication or different style in addressing a conflicts as she said. Aj so all these elements you have to figure out. Is it literally the content. No actually we kind of agree on the content. Sometimes oh it's everything around it. Yeah i think. Another big struggle. That i know i i've gone through is while in conflict is so focused on what i want to say or what i wanna get across that. I don't often pay attention to the other perspective being presented in that conflict. And you can be in a situation where you're almost having two entirely different conversations if you're not listening to the other person and one of the strategies that i like to employ is at least paraphrasing in repeating back to the other person their perspective to make sure that we're actually working from common ground because oftentimes you may miss here. Something and then misrepresent something in that conflict. It can go a lot worse than if you just took the time to be like okay. Are we at least in agreement that this is where we're starting from. This is what we're focused on and if you're not able to paraphrase state back with the other person just said about this experience it's going to be very difficult from there to get to a resolution and if he wants to address something difficult i would always say you have to responsibility to be the conductor in this anymore. The director the metaphor. I like to use as you're the pilot so if you are aware of what's going on and you want to go somewhere you have to bring this other person on board so the the helicopter metaphor sometimes we zoom out. Are we on the same level here. Do we agree on the same thing but also where are we flying off to him. I are on the same setting. Are we focused on the same thing and to Summarize things res really helpful. You know it's interesting. Due to the technology we have. And i've seen this in real life as well where were people will answer their own questions and then an far that you had said it and i see it on a lot of twitter arguments where people are projecting a lot of things that were said or inferred at a tweet and it's like that was not said at at all and yet we get so wrapped up in it and i also have a family member who will ask me questions. Answer those questions yourselves and then then hold me to their answer mike. That didn't even happen. And this is a very. It's a very common thing and then for me i'm curious. Do you address that this family member does it is because it sounds like a difficult conversation so we can have a difficult conversation about what is going on. Did you address it. When i was younger. I just ignored it now. I call it out every time. Because i'm like i'm not. I'm not going to be accused of things that i did not say or did not do so. I i call it out. And it's made the relationship a bit more a lot more contention but at least i'm not going down as somebody who said this or did that now. I know also difficult. conversations pacifying behaviors. Come up because there's tension pressure and stress and we want to one again as we said earlier. Be aware of our own body language. And what we're communicating in these tense moments and to recognize what's happening in the other person's response to what we're saying. And are we actually getting our point across in an effective way or are they a wall and they're not really ready to hear what we have to say to work through that difficult conversation. Yeah are we observe enough at that moment when our emotion is rising. We want to get something across. Are we still able to let go or at least you know it down of it so that we are aware what is the effect on the other person and if we are observing enough to see pacifying behavior can we address it again. We should make the mistake like. Oh now you're angry. Maybe not but we can say what is your thought right now. Or how do you feel right now so you can talk about an address and for those in our audience. Who maybe their emotions get the best of them in these situations. What strategies or techniques can we use to lower our emotional tendencies going in preparation for these difficult conversations..
"matt briggs" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
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"matt briggs" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"Now. It's time for but your emails this week. Gem says i don't want to jinx it but we might be coming to the end of the pandemic. they're not many lessons have been learned. What message advice with the panel sent back in time to themselves in february twenty twenty when all. This was dancing if they could namie. I was really wouldn't come to me first. Because i hadn't really given enough thought. Probably go and spend loads of your family because you are not going to be able to see them without fearing that you're going to kill them for six months so definitely that vest in a big air conditioning unit. Because it's going to hit thirty six degrees for a few days straight in august. You haven't conditioned office current so yes so like that but Yes thankfully. I was incredibly privileged position where i was. I had room to work in a room to the one i have to watch. Tv and sleep in and things like that. So i don't wanna. I don't wanna complain too much about that little down i had. I had an amazing team who were great and wonderful as well say. I think my advice are just be around spending even more time with loved ones. Ross well buy shares in pfizer. Obviously more realistically Don't make assumptions. About what the state can and can't do. I really hacked off a listener. Who had a good go at me on twitter in pretty late february when i basically yeah some one of you are what was then maniacs. Asked me you know. Is there a chance that one day you know. We might have to lock down. I said oh no no no because it would just it would just kill the economy now. Because i had no inkling mode interesting that the state would agree to pay millions of people's wages forty definite period of that time. I had no idea that the state would be prepared to do that. In order to to ensure that lockdown was not to it was a failure of imagination. So you know so. Many things are unthinkable until they actually happened in. My case had no idea that the state could Decide that. I had to home school to basically enforce a massive lockdown. It was beyond my imagination in terms. So you don't need to wipe down the food. Did that for really. Don't get package our book. And i won't down everything. Those funny little whites eventually to us instead of toilet paper because taking take so. It's over and over wiping food. That was probably three four. Maybe up to six months of my life. I spent wiping down the transmission thing where you would swerve someone. Walking down the patriots. Have i eat. I would have. I would probably too busy. Houston information one. That will be vaccine much much sooner than everybody is saying to. This will still go on much longer. You think have now. What's crazy whenever i basically. I think it's really useful to. How would things be without a vaccine and they would be really really bad. The idea that. I remember to people just going. Yeah she probably be september twenty s wednesay without a vaccine ouseley madness understandable. Because nobody wanted to think more than like six months ahead but still just kind of like mind boggling. The sort of people thought that. And i think preparing for it to be a longer and then never adapting for longer setting tends to work. I was like this is just a very brief crisis where these really weird was. Obviously i would have made different plans. Had i known how long it would go on but that knowledge would have to be accompanied by by the way. There's going to be a vaccine because if someone said yeah it's going to go on for about a year and a half and there's to be no vaccine. I mean i don't know psychologically how i if you told me that this way we were still going to be. I just could not have done. The i couldn't think beyond weeks in terms of getting out of it would have the blow to my mental health to be too great. Yes listen not. The not knowing was was was quite useful was a really good question. Thank you jim. More like that. Please i am. That's the show. My thanks to ross. Thank you in vermont. Name me thanks very much and the extra bit for patriot. Backers gang for podcasting gold and talking about the olympics. You'll hear a quick preview after a theme song deemed as a monster by corner shops and a thanks to our latest faculties from me. To emmy powell. Jonathan patients kozlov seven. Joseph kissed file and jonathan fact of greetings. And a big. Thank you from me to matt briggs..
"matt briggs" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Patrick coffin. Welcome honestly your fun to talk to. Whether i'm interviewing you or your viewing me and you say things that nobody else is saying. A very few people are saying we were just talking about the moral issue. The vaccine john's miracles on here the other day talking about this and i thought it's fascinating we have so many pro-life voices in america but hardly anyone is hearing that. These vaccines are problematic for that issue. That's a pretty big issue. It's a big issue objectively. Speaking the problem is we're inured to what abortion is. No one talks about when an abortion as well. It's a social issue woman's right to choose the all all the rhetoric covers it over like Like spray paint Abortion is the murder of an innocent baby and the baby's body is desiccated chopped up with either a scalpel or burned to death. If it's sailing up to the moment of death excuse me the irony freudian slip up to the moment of birth and so how can you profit with vaccine that will make you feel better if sat act is at its foundation. Now that's only two two of the forty presentations are talking about that. Orrick eric Most of them are family doctors with expertise in early treatment of covid symptoms. I liked to mention dr zev zelenco. He's doctor in upstate. new york. He's a acidic jew. He wrote an open letter to president trump. last march about hydroxychloroquine. No one had heard of jackson clarkin really and then it launched because the president took it and It became the first politicized drug in history. doctors zev has a an amazing track record in treating people with early onset symptoms using ivermectin hydroxychloroquine zinc vitamin d and so on it's called z pack Also from germany. We have to german experts. One is an attorney named reiner full mic. Reiner is licensed to practice. Law in california so it was. English is perfect. He is organized. An international krona virus committee to launch class action lawsuits against big pharma. And anyone responsible for wrongful deaths because someone has to pay for this someone has to pay for all the old people with cove or or without covid who were forced into old age homes to die with no treatment. His fellow german doctor. Wolfgang voter is one of the first german. I people. I've ever seen the back in february march to call this and he's a pulmonologist and an internist. And he's a. He's just a a very articulate spokesman for sanity. Do mike of it's the Phd back a scientist who was the subject of maki willis's documentary plan and its follow up. Indoctrination is is speaking Let me get to the end. Oh you know what. I'll mention one of jay richards co co-authors of the price of panic. His name's william briggs on twitter. He's at famed celebrity. Statistician to the stars and matt briggs has a terrific way of understanding..
"matt briggs" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"That. I mean you know an actual group of followers of real christians who on you know terrified and wearing the mask and obeying the government is the ultimate authority and your point if i may just a second. He'll you mentioned the the wealth disparity thing we'll sort of did you see we've had the left talking for the last ten years about the the differences in wealth in america between the poor and the rich and they said really bad thing is such a big gap between them but now we have one of the biggest transfer wealth that's going on in american history directly from the poem middle class to the richest is. You're talking about right. You got these small businesses which make up the middle class. And all that money's going towards amazon and walmart and left is silent on that you know when when it really does become an issue and the government isn't bossing it that perfectly okay with it well and as a. I don't know if you follow matt. Briggs or william briggs wm breaks dot com. he's one of the smartest guys out there especially with the and what have you is a funny guy though too. Did you ever get the chance to have him on your show. He's very very. he's very congenial. And he's a he's a very funny guy. He's very smart as a as matt was saying. There's a new survey out today and Maggie where's it survey out about how people are so happier. Sixteen percent of people say are glad they got her own doomed. Locked in. they're happy with the lockdowns. Sixteen percent of people say it's improved their lives. I'm going like wow. And as briggs points out he goes. I guarantee you. If you didn't any statistical analysis on that sixteen percent you would find out there peleton bikers. They never leave their house they were. What's that the sunday times when we when one of your papers you escaped if you will exactly when you came to this one. I know that that was an improvement But the sixteen percent People say the lockdown was a good thing. These are people that don't have to make payrolls. I've gotta make a payroll. I got people that do news and host shows. And what have you many other people in the little guy out here again has to make a payroll. I can't make payroll by seeing bmi being a keyboard warrior. We have to actually go out and find people to subscribe and listen in and operate behind pay walls and what have you can get advertisers and sponsors. This is difficult stuff to do. But if you're working for someone and you can actually just kind of lock yourself in become shut in then. Yeah i guess you would enjoy it. I guess some in this world who enjoy it but for the most for the majority of people. I don't think that's true. And i think it's important to note that whilst that small segment if we're to believe sixteen percent really do enjoy it. This is a massive segment of the population who's really suffering who's suffering is even kind of tangible in a sense. The suicide rates are going up. Drug overdose was going up. I mean and these are the deaths that were not allowed to talk about instead. You have those who promote this as a type of moral issue like your emol if you don't support it at the same time. They have to ignore those deaths of despair. And we'll the suicide rate is as let. Let's do another headline Between civilization and innate savagery is weakening so this is the th-annual blake at the federal dot com one of the takeaway lines Okay here you go. I'm sure you're familiar with california. Just did you're not in california..
"matt briggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"S. They all have a very characteristic exponential growth when the virus is first being tracked. And then that gross starts to bend downwards starts to level off. The leveling off happened in all these states. Before lockdown could have caused that leveling off. So there's a natural leveling off. That happens and it's not caused by the lockdown. You can tell by the date at which it happened. My colleague Matt Briggs, also did Country, the country comparisons looking at, um nations that did lockdowns and nations that didn't and showed that actually, on the whole the ones that didn't do lockdown. Fared better than the ones that did do lockdowns. We are living in a live Twilight zone episode. We really are it czar. And, uh, I mean, have we learned anything from this? I mean, what's gonna happen as we entered 2021? I mean, everybody's jumping for joy that 2020 is gone. But we're still going right into 21 the same way. It seems that we are and so this recent, um news of a new version of the virus. Me these mutants. You've got 23 mutations with relative to the older version of it. In the UK and they're saying the news reports are saying that it's possibly Mork contagious than the original. It just seems like it's that same cycle of as soon as one thing starts to resolve itself in the media jump on the next Cause for panic and fear. And I hope the one thing that we learned as a populist is that fear doesn't help us that good leaders are not the ones that are stirring fear and stoking the flames. If you're the one that we're speaking against fear and giving us cause For being reassured and called for calm. Good policies never come out of fear. And this is an example of the worst of policies coming out of here in 2020. Let's hope then 2021. People have learned this lesson. And there's more serious pushback against those kind of policies. Douglas Water the demographics of the 300,000 plus that have died in the United States. Well, if you look at very early on, and I think this is this should have been a signal in March. Uh, you remember the, uh in the U. S. New York and New Jersey were having a hard time and Italy was having a hard time in Europe. Well, the first study that came out of Italy said that the mean age at death of Corona virus victims was 79.4 years and that these patients who had died with the virus suffered from an average of 3.1 co morbidity, so serious health problems about 80 years of age, so at the life expectancy So the picture coming out of Italy early on in March was this is not a virus that is that is claiming young and healthy lives. It is principally a virus that is adding to contributing to Life and situations where people are dying because they get pneumonia and that those statistics have borne out in the U. S as well in all over the world. This is not The virus that we were most fearing back in January. This is a more typical virus, which is not to say that hasn't claimed lives it has. But the lives that has claimed tend to be near end of life and tend to be Um people who are already deal with other things, and the great majority of them are 70. Plus, I don't think Yeah. So if you look at Andre, you can get all this data now from the CDC. And they have these nice crabs that show in different age brackets. What the death curves have looked like There's virtually no death, no significant death. Well, every death is significant, but among the very young, say, college age and below. This is not something that the cause of death not even as much as the typical influenza season would be among the young. It is a cause of death spikes among the say, 65 plus, but even there, it tends to be those who are already suffering from some other health issue, and I've read reports of People are 100 years old. But you large number have had thrown a virus and recover just fine if they were in good health at the age of 100, But clearly you could be younger than that. If you're already suffering from Significant health problems, and this could be the thing that brings the end. Well, listen all nuts. This is Douglas under the ST Louis region. Right now. I left California a couple months ago because of everything Shut down. But ST Charles County, which borders ST Louis County, is fully open. ST Louis County is closed. You can eat outside, but you can't but who's going to get outside in December, ST Louis City is fully open. So those two bordering they border ST Louis County, ST Louis City, ST Charles They're bordering ST Louis County. That is virtually shut down. Now. Does that make any sense? You've got. You've got one county shutdown totally, which I'm opposed to. But you've got to areas two jurisdictions bordering it fully open and of course, people are traveling between. Of course, every day. It's like our situation in Southern California. Los Angeles County borders Orange County. I work in Los Angeles County. I live in Orange County and Los Angeles County has been far more restrictive in Orange County. But there's over a million people crossing the border between the counties per day. So it's ridiculous to think that a policy that's implemented in one county that is not implemented right next door is going to have an effect because there's so much traffic across these County line. Some people politically involved say they're all democratic governors and mayors there screwing up everything. Is there any truth to that? What does seem to be true is that this has proven to be an opportunity for leaders who want control to seize it. And they've done so. I mean, it all started with the World Health organization so at a global level when the World Health Organization declared Covert 19 to be a pandemic. Suddenly that set the dominoes in motion for all kinds of responses. Every country including ours. Had a plan in place for just situation such a situation when a pandemic occurs. And then you get leadership of every state, um, falling in line and lambasting the few states that don't go into lockdown. There were five or so in the United States that didn't do lockdown. And they were just took a beating from the press because they weren't doing what everyone else is. Doing it, assuming that everyone was supposed to do So it's an opportunity for leaders who are bent toward control to seize control in the name of protecting public health. And, you know, we went along with it didn't wait. For the most part early on, most people were fearful enough that we felt like, let him do whatever they have to do that kind of thing we're gonna do. We're gonna hunker down and do what we have to do to get through this. But remember, the initial promise for flattening curve was two weeks and that was back in April. And then of course, when that turns out, not to be relevant that there was no Her flattening needed because the hospital's weren't over loaded. It doesn't get lifted after two weeks, it just becomes an excuse for perpetuating this control of the public. And why does it seem that these viruses permeate during the winter months? I think it's because people are confined more they stay in more in the cold winter months, and this stuff festers. That's that's definitely one of the reasons When we're indoors, we are breeding more of each other's air. We're recirculating air and better. Ventilation is better. But not all buildings have equal ventilation in typical homes don't have great ventilation. So when we're all endures together, that's a knopper to nitty for respiratory viruses to pass. So that's definitely 11 factor. And here's me non virologist back in March. CDC is saying This is not airborne. I'm saying on the air folks, it's airborne. It seems to be spreading around the planet. A little too fast not to be and then later on. Months later, the CDC says it's airborne. Yeah, they keep that there's there's been for some reason..
"matt briggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of shoes. Yes. How wonderful. It's great to see him so happy. And, yes, friends that have seen it that is blown away. Hi. This is awesome. Yeah, this is awesome. Richard Ostro here, Call 18668368735. Visit C A, R and I v o r a dot com Call now. Okay, if I am 6 40 And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you. Douglas acts back with us their book the price of panic. Engineer turned molecular biologist. Douglas Acts is the director of Biologic Institute in Seattle. His research uses experiments and computer simulations to examine the Functional and structural constraints on the evolution of proteins and proteins systems and after earning a Caltech PhD, he has a postdoctoral and research scientist positions at the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Medical Research Council Center. Is working ideas have been featured in many scientific journals. He was back with me around the same period 2016. We talked about his work undeniable how biology confirms our intuition that life has changed. But the new book now that he wrote with William Bridges and Jay Richards is called the Price of Panic, How the Tyranny of Experts. Turned a pandemic into a catastrophe. Douglas Welcome back, my friend. Thank you for having me good to be here. It's always good having you back sometimes wait too long. Yeah, it's been a few years. It sure is. Tell us about the price of panic. And what led the three of you to write this well, like everyone else. We were frustrated by the way things were playing out. If you recall, I mean, it seems like a distant memory. Now the Impeachment trial was all the news was on impeachment and assume is that ended, Um all the news was on this mysterious virus in China. And it seemed as though the media were trying to build a much fear as possible by talking about nothing but this virus and then in early March, it started to feel as though Even the healthiest sort of dialogue over what should we do and what the right response to this seemed tol Disappear and be replaced by a very authoritarian approach. So on speaking here from California on March, 17th two days before Gavin Newsom, but our state in lockdown, attacked a. J and I said Somebody's got to say something about this about the other side of the equation that's being neglected. So he pulled in Matt Briggs, William, not Briggs. And we got a contract to write a book, which we didn't two months that that is record setting. You know, I've written several books with co authors, and it takes us at least a year to two. This was amazing. Yeah, We had a tight timeline because we we suspected that there would be a return of the talk of lockdowns in the fall, and we were right on that and we really wanted to book to be out before then. So this got released October 13th Gregory. Crash, Regrettably or maybe it's a good thing. It sold well enough that if you go to Amazon, the hardcover you can't get but you can get. They promised. They're coming out with more hard cover, But you can get Kendall version. You know, I have a feeling that governments have made mistakes. In doing what they have done in terms of lockdowns and measures they've taken to try to slow this down. My first question to you, Douglas is why is this seemed to be happening worldwide were all the governments had just had this story about what the board's Johnson's going to do in the United Kingdom because of some mutations. There's more lockdowns and stuff. They all seem to be doing this. Are they all right, and those of us who are opposed to these lockdowns are all wrong. You know, it's it's interesting because a few countries, several countries and something you don't hear about so much didn't go the lockdown around the one we heard a lot about was Sweden and you can kind of compare suite in the UK because originally Boris Johnson had the UK on the same track that Sweden was on which would keep the school's open where she shooting for herd immunity. But then it very quickly changed and Johnson had the U K. You know, hard lockdown, Sweden continued on their route toward Really focusing on herd immunity and they got you know so much bad press for that, as if every country that was going through the pain of lockout wanted Sweden to experience Martinez well, and so they really trumped up the death rates and Sweden Without really being fair in that because Belgium in the UK did worse with lockdowns than Sweden did without lockdown, and again, the conversation was always revolving around Over death, Not around the loss of life in the loss of livelihood. That happens when you force businesses to closing. Enforce everyone to go home. You know they're talking about here in the United States now. Well over 300,000 deaths. Is it conceivable Douglas? That these deaths include The flu people. People have had the flu and died. People who have had heart attacks and died. People who have had pneumonia and respiratory illnesses have ducked and that they're putting it all into Cove. It is that possible. It's if you look at what we've said is the most reliable number to look at is the it's called all cause death, which means the death. Total death by week in the U. S. Where by state by any cause whatsoever, And if you see that going up, then you know something is happening. And so during the covert period in in 2020, you did see a spike a very significant spike in all caused death. In April and then a second spike in August, And now they're talking about a third spike as though this is, you know, the perhaps worse than the other. Too, But if you keep track of prior years all cause death..
"matt briggs" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"This is Colonel Denny Dillon. This is the final formation for this hour on front lines of freedom. We're continuing our conversation with Matt Briggs about the pandemic. Our nation is in So, Matt, everybody is in panic. I mean, there was Sweden in Japan and South Korea, and I think Taiwan Man. What's going on here? Yeah, Some people didn't panic. Some people took this. In the course of things. Japan has very low death counts. They didn't panic. They have no lockdowns. None and they have a nation of 160 70 million people. Sweden did find they didn't do any lockdowns, and they became the famous case that everybody talked about, but nobody talked about Japan. The right Taiwan, Taiwan had I think eight deaths reported it on this thing, and they have 29 million people. They did find no lockdowns. They restricted travel, as did a number of other countries. Some African countries did fine with no lockdowns, but everybody else once they got into the lockdowns, it was hard for them to get out. Because how do you get out and say Oops, Sorry, we made a mistake. We really didn't need these things. And after you've cost trillions with a t dollars, I mean, you just throw in some guy out of work is a sorry. Well, I guess we really didn't need this kind of stuff. So you're having a lot of people. Not wanting to face the reality of their decisions, and that's that's a real difficult thing, and it's like I said before. Quarantining healthy. That's an entirely new innovation. That's just not been done before. Why should we quarantine Malli, particularly in this case when it became clear it wasn't clear at first, but it became clear by at least march or at least April. That this was ah, disease attacking on ly the elderly and infirm. For the most part, That's it. People who are 75 older and who had ah, lots of other illnesses. They were fat or that diabetes or COPD, the CDC found on Lee 6%. Of the reporter to death. Only 6% of the reported us died from the Corona virus alone and in most of those people were elderly. So this is not this was not some indiscriminate killer. This was like a very bad flu year. And that's the other thing this year, the number of deaths from the Corona virus and pneumonia and everything like this matches the 17 4018 year. Well, it's a little higher. Yes, maybe 06% higher is something that was a very bad flu year, but nobody panicked about the flu. Nobody started locking things down is saying you must wear a mask mask has become almost a religion and New York City during the height of this thing, you know there was maybe 0 10% 20% of people wearing masks. But right now, when the thing is gone, there hasn't been. You know, there's been no deaths, really since June, only a couple of desk today since June in New York, where 95% or more people are wearing a mask. And if you will go out with that when people look at you like you're some kind of leper, intentionally trying to spread disease, so the level of panic does not match. The evidence is it's absolutely inverted, Bizarre. And Matt. You and I are both vets. This has got to be doing a terrible thing to our military just because they're bound by the government, even if they could figure this one out to be politically correct into I mean, Basic training and all kinds of trained. They're all gonna keep distance and wear masks. We couldn't possibly be is combat ready as we were a year ago, right? Absolutely true. I think that the latest D O D figures a CZ the people in the act of services have died. From the R have have had deaths attributed to the Corona virus ate people. Military members are young and you know, healthy for them are supposed to be healthy anyway. But there are the younger end of things and this the death rate from the corona virus for people that age was minuscule. But way pendants. We panic there. We panicked everywhere. And, of course, now I had just recently There was a study by the I think it was the duty of suicides are up 20% since the lockdowns and the measures taken in the military themselves. Have it. It's could be for other reasons. No, nobody knows why Suicide numbers are up. Coincidentally, they began just when these measures were being taken, so it's affecting everybody. And very bad ways. There is an understatement, Mrs Eleni Guillemin, Frontlines of freedom. We're talking about our national panic and what to do with it with Matt Briggs. Matt, take a couple minutes now and summarized the key issues. You'd like our listeners to take away from Our conversation today. Sure. First of all, stop panicking. This thing is mostly over. You remember at the beginning. Everybody talked about deaths. Deaths were the measure that the media trumpeted death plots were made everywhere You don't hear about them anymore. You have to ask. Why go to the Stevie See website themselves. Look at the number of deaths. They have decreased. They keep decreasing as they have by the end of October. This thing will be in the background levels. The cases that you hear reported are not cases at all. They are not cases. I want to emphasize that they are the result of positive tests and testing has gone through the roof. We're at now, about a million test today. And through the operation warp speed. We're going to increase that number. So we're only going to be hearing about new so called cases and they're not and they're going to make people more and more nervous and bring on talks of a second wave. Well, this is a second wave of testing. These pandemics are entirely typical. We've had won in 2009 that killed about 700,000. Globally. We had one and 67 of the Hong Kong flu. It's killed about a million people. We have the Asian flu in 57 58. That kid of about two million people about double the Corona virus, and there was never before any kind of lock down or mask mandates or any of these sort of things, which are entirely new and innovative. And so what people have to do. Is just calm themselves. Calm down, going. Look at the actual data. Don't listen to the media reports. They're driven by getting people to click on their sites and sell ads. What you want to do is You know, you want to look at the actual numbers and see that this is not something that's to be feared at this point in time, anyway. That's a good point. So that leads us to my next question is so what's your advice? To us plain old Americans. How should we be living? Obviously we have to live within the laws that have been created, but Given a choice as impact. Our legislators and our governors and people are making the laws. How should we be.
"matt briggs" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The price of Panic subtitle how the Tyranny of experts has turned a pandemic into a catastrophe. Well, this catastrophe has severely damaged our nation. And certainly our military. So welcome Mat. I'm looking forward to talking to you. It's nice to be here. Thanks for having me. Matt, identify your co authors and discuss your backgrounds and how the three of you came to write this book. Sure, Jay Richards is ah, professor at Catholic University and he handles the economic side of the book is a professor in the business side of things. So he understands exactly what all these lockdowns and other sort of draconian measures have taken on the economy and by economy. I mean, the way you get food. I don't mean some abstract entity That doesn't matter Anybody. I'm talking about jobs, small businesses and things like that. He is intensely interested in that side of things. Doug Axes from Biology University and he is our biologist. He did all the stuff on what is this bug? And why? And how is it different Is it manufactured bugger isn't just one of these things that comes along every 10 to 20 years. That kind of thing. And I am a statistician. I looked at all the numbers. This is like I say, pandemic of which we get every 10 to 20 years. And how is it different? Is it different? Why has our reaction been so strangely different to this one than all the other pandemics we've ever had? And obviously the by the some title you can see. We think that people have overreacted. We started on this early on to the back in December of 2019. I happen to be in Vietnam and Thailand and everything when this virus news started coming out. And people started panicking. Even then, I don't know why. I think it was the news coming out of China was so dramatic and blown way over the top. And they were saying, this is going to be exponential. This is going to be exponential Deaths are going to be exponential, Exponential. Everybody kept using this term. And I'm thinking this is not right. I mean viruses, they don't follow an exponential curve. You know if it was exponential by the end of the month, everybody on the planet Earth would be dead from this thing that these things have a certain shape that they follow, and it's sort of well known very well known. Epidemiology. And and so I started modeling this stuff early on trying to get people to calm down a little bit. But It soon became apparent people did not want to become calm. Most governments not all but most governments, whether they initially blew this off, or ah, I have no reaction overreacted in compensations of this kind of thing and painted this thing like it was something wholly unusual on president. That was the word used often unprecedented. Whereas if you study the history, it's entirely precedented. We've had these kind of things come along every 10 to 20 years. Only. This was the first one of history in which every death that the beginning was trumpeted not just on the national news in the United States, but ah, NIU's platforms everywhere all over the world on some media. This is the first pandemic that was global on the communication sense the media and reported every single new death every single day that they're suspected Death not just the United States. But on every platform everywhere and especially social media. Social media had grown explosively since the last time we had a pandemic in 2009. And nobody wanted to listen to reason. Everybody wanted to be the person who was breaking the news to show how bad things were becoming, and everybody panicked and citizens started panicking, and the government's responded to that panic. Like instituting all of these lockdowns and quarantines quarantining the healthy especially which is a bizarre thing to dio. Shuttering business is putting people out of work and no end in sight given or explained it was purely see the pants overreaction. And we're still living with that. Now we are indeed this is kind of any Guillemin frontlines of freedom. We're discussing the corona virus situation with Matt Briggs. Okay, Matt. It started in China and came to the U. S. And around the world, right? That seems to be the case. There are some indications this is the thing it za Corona virus. Corona viruses are with us all the time. It's one of the causes of the common cold. The exact origins of this one, therefore, are difficult to pin down because of the epic witty of these things. But at least the media panic began in China that we know for sure at mass spread globally. Okay, But frankly, at this point, as Faras surviving, it doesn't make it was where it started. The point is, we have to deal with the situation. We're in right now. One of the things that Sort of cracks me up is when I hear somebody talk about what? We're going to go with the science Well, scientists and truth science is just a study point. No math is truth. Two plus two always equals four that you can count on that for the rest of your life Scientist. One time said the world was flat. I'll bet you we could find 15 different medical people around the world, all of whom have a different perspective on What we should be doing now whether or not Masks working everything else does that make sense to you? That's absolutely positively true. Beware of anybody who says Listen to the science whenever they Repent the word science with the science as if there's one perfect view that everybody has known agreed to, for all time. And if you don't believe this here is some sort of denier. This is nuts. There is no the science on this thing, except for the very routine history. Of epidemiology. There's been so much nonsense talk in the name of science because Look, you have all of these extremely harsh measures being taken and their punitive almost. I mean, we're talking realize here many lives hurt. Wounded by businesses being closed people being thrown out of word lots and lots of jobs lost. This is terrible. People can't feed families. People are standing of food lines for the first time in many years, the United States and so the idea that there is a science driving this is just nuts, but they have to come up with some explanation of why they're doing these things. And so they insist that they have the one and on Lee correct view. And if you don't believe that you're some kind of denial, and you want to kill people, and you know you don't care. This is just nuts. There is no the science. The science is always evolving on these things. And there's much much uncertainty and many questions. And that's the way we should treat these kind of things that we could become adaptable. Well, People can disagree on all kinds of things, even important things. But on this particular one if you disagree with me, I hate you. I've seen such horrible hate people attacking someone who isn't wearing a mask or something like that. I mean, this is beyond insane, isn't it? People have just driven themselves nuts on this thing. Look, there's been so much misinformation and I hope I can. If you allow me to correct some of this, you hear daily reports of new cases. Has been so in so many new cases here. This is a new case. We have 10,000 new cases. Look, these are not cases in medicine. Up until 2019 a case was a person who was ill and we required treatment who had seek out treatment officially. Such that they were hospitalized. There's something a sick person now What we have is a barrage of testing testing is going through the roof. We've never tested like this before. For anything. Testing is now reaching levels. United States Over a million tests today and these tester coming back sometimes positive, and that is what the media and everybody else is calling a case and these cases these so called fake cases are nothing more than positive tests and has driven entirely by the size of the number of tests that we're doing. And it's these things being reported by the media that's driving the panic. Government should know this thing. They should be staffed by a competent medical professionals who can distinguish a case from an infection. As surely they must be able to do that. But they're not. Everybody is still reporting cases back when the pandemic in the United States was at its peak in April, testing was very low. And now that the pandemic is dropped, I think just a couple of days ago for the previous week, the CDC reported only, you know, 99 deaths for the week but due to late reporting, that'll probably bump up to a couple of 1000. Look at the actual tail end of this thing. But now, testing has soared. And unfortunately, the administration under Operation Warp Speed has just announced. They're goingto redouble efforts tohave even more testing. Well, there's more to discuss about this panic that we're in. And Matt is going to stay with us. This is Colonel Danny Guillemin. Frontlines of Freedom troops..
"matt briggs" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Democratic Party leaders voiced their support for the party's presidential nominee. Former vice president Joe Biden. The incident drew immediate attention from military advocates for parent violations of department defense rules regarding appearances of political events in rallies while in uniform. Army officials even began an investigation of the incident that same day. The investigation found that their supervisor had actually violated Dodie memory regulations that Governor soldier political activities. The individual soldiers were not at fault for the mistake. The supervisor, on the other hand, was disciplined. And a week after the American Samoa incident advocates raise concerns again about the appearance of two uniformed Marines who appeared in a similar segment during the Republican National Convention. The pair were soon while on duty at the White House opening door for President Donald Trump as he walked through the hallways. However, the Marine Corps has said that those service members were quote at the assigned place of duty and did not appear to violate any rules regarding political speeches or appearances. That's the start of the year. Military leaders have reminded troops about the rules regarding participation of political campaigns, emphasising the importance of the military stay neutral in our democratic process. I personally think this is the right policy, and there is no place for military support or members in uniform at political events. However, to encourage all military members. Including retirees and veterans to be active in your local elections. It's probably one of the most American things weaken D'oh. The front lines of freedom and chief worn off Servalan dash back to her. Straight ahead on front lines of freedom will discuss the covert panic with Matt Briggs. Then we'll meet Air Force that wretched Smith and learn about the code of vets. All this is coming up. I'm Colonel Dana Gillum. You are standing tall in the front lines of freedom. I'll be right back.
"matt briggs" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Greetings, Warriors. Veterans of America have been citizens from sea to shining Sea. Who on Colonel Dana Gillum. Thanks for joining us. Joining me at the 50 caliber microphone today is co host Air Force vet Josh Lang. It's going on, Josh. I know you mentioned this on email this week, Colonel, but it bears repeating for all of our front lines of freedom fans that our technical producer who you rarely hear from on air Michael Breimyer. Who has been with this program from our earliest days, celebrated another birthday just a few days ago. And even though he's not a military veteran, he's a veteran of this program's team. Michael is also brilliant and hard working, and we thank him for his dedication and service to front lines of freedom. Good to hear Josh. Chief Warrant Officer Roland Ashby will join us to share some warrant. Wisdom and Marine vet Skip Corey. L is looking a bit ambivalent today. What's going on with you these days, Skip Well, Colonel, it would appear that your mighty range your instincts do you credit because that's exactly how I'm feeling. Go ahead, Marine. Tell us about your feelings. Listen, Denny, You know how proud I am of my son Cedar. But you know, I got to tell you, I'm a bit miffed that he shouted dear, but so far this hunting season I've yet to bring in any venison at all. So what you're telling me is that you're getting your butt kicked by a 14 year old novice, your son. And that reminds me of something, Colonel. What's that? It reminds me why I seldom talk to Army rangers about my feelings. Skip, Be careful. You're hurting my feelings now. Here's what we have for you today a news economy by the colonel. I'm going to discuss my concern for our families in this time of discord and violence. And William Matt Briggs and two partners wrote a book on what Covert 19 crisis is doing. It's called the Price of Panic. It's about the panic. We're now living in And then we'll talk with Air Force vet Gretchen Smith about the code of vets on Awesome organization..
"matt briggs" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Supporting Independence Yes Brent. Since gene mentioned butter cakes at Mastro's plummet. I'm going to tell a story that I'm ninety. Six percent is one hundred percent. True makes no sense. But I'M GONNA I'm GonNa tell like it's hundred anyway 'cause I'm pretty sure it is. Did you know these chef? Mastro's chef who invented the Mastro's butter cake. It was not long. Ago is a fan of the show. Listen to the show. Is it true that the butter cakes that were brought to the Adam Corolla? Christmas parties are the same. I knew when I tasted it and fully climaxed. I knew that those were so. Let me tell us a music store. A sorry ain't nobody can give away the I'm someone reach out to me via twitter on Years ago it was like hey man love the show and now you're a foodie on the chef at Mastro's down in Newport Beach. Come on down and check it out sometime. Went down. Had A great time became friends with the guy he ended up at ocean prime in Beverly Hills and then now he's out in Palm Springs Arnold Palmer's but he started the butter except for Mastro's brings a fan of the show listens everyday and Matt Briggs and if I can give it a plug. He has briggs is butter cakes. You can mail order Mastro's indescribable. Can you guys show? You can get my steak back juice. He's still connected. I don't know if that steak back. We probably get you a steak right. Quick kind of probably Brad didn't need it. No you asked what you do with it. He just writes back..
"matt briggs" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"She's one of my favorites e._s._p._n. You know paul. A tip matt briggs yesterday. He took everything on the chin like a champion and he's going to be a good call for future this program as well wouldn't you agree no doubt and when he brought his grandson on that was that was that was real cute to <hes> <hes> you know paul. I've met greg. I'm greg tim sooner in greg. It's big guy tall man and you know what greg is a really nice scott to and he it came across that way to me now the one thing that i noticed about greg scholar yesterday he is a fan he is actually fan like all the rest of us and you can see that the clintons talk is wearing on a little bit and you know what once greg stepped out of line if you will. I don't even know that he stepped avalon on compared to some of the things jim says all time but i i find it interesting that jim take shots and everybody's done something in their life with with with the resume pitcher's papers awards people they can confirm everything that these people did but jim has got to <hes> he's got to jump on everybody and he calls everybody all these names and all these things and i think that's who jim really is all the things he says about other people and i'm not talking about jim. This is it continued conversation sis. Jim turned on me because jam blamed you for making him say something on your program one day and i said jim you're the one who said all did make you say anything. He make you say anything. You was rambling. Running your mouth and he's talked j._j. Watt wise what you're saying now relevant because it 'cause it's current wasn't fifteen minutes built ball just minutes go and it's not kurt you have a good day. I'm getting upset there. We'll take a break more to come on this friday afternoon. You're listening to the paul finebaum. She oh podcast. Let's go to kenny west virginia good afternoon. We are doing great. Thank you for the call. Well a <hes> safe. I wanna talk about but <hes> i'm gonna guy. Kinda go on tangent here <hes> g._m. To discount all someone service. You know it's okay to disagree. That's that's what this channels about. You know is fine and dandy but but to call in in discount someone service is country of this kind of terrible well first of all <hes> allergens our jim speak but i. I don't think jim was <hes> trashing. Say <hes> greg service to this country i think he did. He said he didn't care what he did. He didn't care what he did. I garrity exams auto veterans. I tell you what jim.
"matt briggs" Discussed on X96
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"matt briggs" Discussed on X96
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"matt briggs" Discussed on X96
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