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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:38 min | 2 d ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"That you can see we like each other. This isn't like, I got hired and we made these ads and then I come and finally one day met him. No, I spent time with them and their story and we met on similar values of who we are as people and his men and his fathers and his families early on. So the relationship is authentic. That's been the approach with the ads. The long branch and these ads are extension to me and I'm an extension of them. If making these bourbon make a long branch ad starts to feel like I need to put on a hard hat and go boy, I really got to go to work. This is really going to be earnest. Well, I'm going about it the wrong way. And I think we are too. Again, we're selling bourbon. It is a community drink. It is a time when people want to relax at the end of the day. We wanted to sell a sense of adventure and joy in community and playfulness, especially at these times. Where we're all kind of figuring out are we kind of how much of a rut are we in as society as America as around the world? Well, we don't have to. There's enough we've got to worry about and try to maintain and get through in the last couple of years that I don't necessarily want to see a bourbon at. It's trying to tell me I need to do more hard work. So the future of it, I will play that as it lays and see how, you know, we always get response, but we follow up, we'll follow up on this ad campaign and see what it was that tickled people. See what people liked about it. I'll internalize that and see where it's synonymous with what people like about me and what they like about the long wrench bourbon specifically. How is that also synonymous with the Russell family who is the founders of why we're talking here right now? And I think we have to try that hard. If we just listen and do something that do something that feels authentic, people can smell and taste that. Well, Matthew McConaughey, actor, creative director for wild turkey. Congratulations on such an enduring career. And on creating long branch and on this newest campaign. And tremendous thanks for joining us on this podcast. That's probably mad. This is my favorite thing..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:20 min | 2 d ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"All right, we are back with Matthew McConaughey. Let's listen to one of the spots. And then we will have even more questions from Matthew. Here we go. Two parts long, branch. One part. Yeah. There's quite a lot to choose from here. What would you say was the most fun to shoot, which vignette as closest to your heart if there is one? I mean, the series of the short 15s and 8 where I am pushing the car going yeah, coming. Thank you. Yeah. Whatever non verbals and things like that makes no sense, but gosh, I want to be there. And I hope he's bringing me that drink. Those are really fun because that's just me playing around. We had a whole field. We had a cart and the idea of me having this classical cart with glasses and ice and a bottle of long branch on it, pushing it through a field without a pathway to wherever was just like okay. I don't know where that bar is, but I want to go. That was fun because we got like 5 spots. We got 5 assets out of like a three minute taker. I just improv and rift. So I like that segment a lot. Those assets a lot. I got to say as a whole as one that we planned on doing though. Was what if long branch was a horse? And I fancy myself an armchair auctioneer and a sort of, I like to imitate the people who call horse races coming around and going around the old banana. On the inside, but don't tell out of it. I love doing that. And so on the creative call, I think I said, what if longridge was a horse? And now and I'll do the, you know? Like, I'm calling the race. And then settle in the camera finds me and you see that I'm talking to myself. And then I go, yeah, I'd bet on it. What if there's.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

05:30 min | 2 d ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Am in created with the good folks at wild turkey. Long branch, wonder what if? So we can find out. And I'm David griner on the international editor for Adweek, and as you can tell, we got a very special guest today. Matthew McConaughey, the famed actor, and creative director. And so many other titles that we get out to, but I quickly want to also, of course, introduce our co host, Shan Miller, creative and inclusion editor here at Adweek Shannon. Always great to have you. Awesome. How am I supposed to follow that? Well, you got to follow it because we were all flying before we got started. David said, this is a contest. It's a test of wills. And it is, in fact, while it is not a competition, because we're all going to be winners today, we will be taste testing long branch, the wild turkey, whisky, that Matthew has been working on and has created some ads for. We'll be talking about it. We'll be tasting it. Matthew, do you have some with you there too? Or are we drinking? I did. I have two rocks on mice. I'm gonna be drinking neat. Shannon, you got yours handy? I do neat and tidy. I've got two rocks because the sun has not quite set yet. Where I'm going to, for the sake of audio here, much like one of the spots in your new campaign, Matthew, I am going to try to get the audio of popping open the bottle here. Let's see if it works for me as well as it did for the ad one. That was nice. The.

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Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

"That's exactly right Nobody is lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of vitamin D seasonality If your name's Matthew McConaughey or Jennifer Garner and you get an audience with Anthony Fauci as a big Hollywood star and you ask him about vitamin E he tells them the truth and even admit hey I take 8000 IUs of vitamin D a day Well you know last year when everybody was locked down instead of sending him checks that just crushed our inflation rate why do we send everybody at vitamin D pack Because the number one the number one driver of COVID surges in the world is vitamin D deficiency The number one driver That's because that's what is connected with the seasonality here But we would do things like this if it was about healthcare And it's not And the mask mandates were to condition us for vaccine mandates The vaccine mandates are to condition us to hand over our bodily autonomy because once we've handed over our bodily economy we are essentially now handed over That's what this is about This is about a mass acquisition of power and control We are seeing hospitals now that are losing lawsuits about Ivermectin who are then still after the patient they're going to chase last weekend where a guy got Ivermectin and walked out of the hospital A few days later they are still appealing it How dare he survive They're still appealing He's not setting a president that they have to do this There was a case in Wisconsin where the family said we'll bring in our own doctor You don't even have to put your hands on it and the hospital still said we won't let you do that even if you bring your own doctor in and then the guy died Whatever This is insane We're in control as I

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Matthew McConaughey won't run for Texas governor in 2022

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Matthew McConaughey won't run for Texas governor in 2022

"An an Oscar Oscar winning winning actor actor is is bowing bowing out out of of a a political political race race before before he he even even gets gets St St after after flooding flooding with with the the idea idea for for months months Matthew Matthew McConaughey McConaughey says says he he will will not not be be running running for for Texas Texas governor governor the the actor actor shutting shutting down down talk talk that that he he would would run run to to unseat unseat two two term term Republican Republican incumbent incumbent Greg Greg Abbott Abbott instead instead McConaughey McConaughey says says he he will will focus focus on on supporting supporting businesses businesses and and foundations foundations that that create create ways ways to to help help others others succeed succeed but but McConaughey McConaughey is is not not ruling ruling out out a a political political foray foray in in the the future future in in announcing announcing he he would would not not run run for for Texas Texas governor governor he he said said that that taking taking on on politics politics is is not not a a role role that that he he is is choosing choosing quote quote at at this this moment moment I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"Who am i in this in in the big chair. This up lights that the camera's always what am i doing this take you bless me all the time. Hey you achieved tin bills. You wrote down here before you knew go ahead and achieved dullsville shit. I'm in the midst of. Gd off to a good start fund one from cheaper become a father. I'm still in the midst of achieving trying to get my roof to grow wider in depot. At the same time. I believe i'm being called into a leadership role and i will have it will have to be in storytelling tom stories. And i think i've got a knack for it. I mean politically. each party. thinks they have ownership certain values that they don't own. Can we say that's mine so therefore it can't be yours if you think differently now. These are human values that we all share so i to expose those things. Those common denominators values to myself my family and more people. I wanna be a do my best meaning sample of living amount. And what category. You're in dc. Will that be in as far as title vocational be. I'm not. I'm not sure yet. It's why why pondered you know teaching politics things like that. I'm not sure what that category is yet. But we're i know. I need to start in. Triple down is right here my household with my family. That was the actor. Matthew mcconaughey check out his memoir green lights. It's really worth read so this week for our assignment. I want you to describe the very best version of your life five years from now. It's a five year plan. Now if you really want to get into it revisit. Our episode with debbie millman from last january. She recommends this exercise. She thinks it's magic and i do too. I want you to get every single last thing down from the chair that you're sitting into the food that you have for breakfast on that day in five years to the office that you exist in or don't exist in the work that you doing and how it makes you feel get it all on paper no matter how unlikely you actually believe. It is to occur. That is part of the magic. Then join us for office hours on wednesday to discuss. We'll see what three pm eastern as usual you can find us on the lincoln new speech or email us said. Hello monday at lincoln dot com. And we'll send you a link. Sarah michaela and i will be doing the exercise to and will bring our exercises to office hours. Hope to see you there next week will explore our sixth and last big question in the reopening series. We'll be talking about how we take risks again this week we dreamed next week. We're getting practical that puzzle this out. We'll be talking with an inspiring guest. Someone i've known for many years. Sue kinder- sing cassidy. She's just written a book on this topic. Now if you like the show please rate us in review us. It takes two seconds and it helps listeners. Find us hello. Monday is a production of lincoln. The show is produced by sarah storm with help from tisha henry. Judge mixed mixture show philadelphia. Yondo is head of original audio and video. Dave pond is our technical director. Michaela greer in victoria taylor inspire confidence in all of us. Our music was composed just for us by the mysterious brake master cylinder. Dan raw is the editor in chief of lincoln. I'm jessi hempel. We're back next monday. Thanks for listening qualified optimism. Which i believe is necessary for survival and drbble. If there's a word which you not make upward so that one. I think i think we need to call the episode thrive. Frankly because we're doing right here..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

07:42 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"From the news team at lincoln. I'm jessi hempel and this is hello monday. Welcome back to our reopening series. We're in the homestretch on the fifth of six big questions about what we want from work this week. We ask you to start dreaming big again because look for a year and a half. We've been planning in one week. Increments sometimes one hour increments and that served us. Well as we navigate the worst of the pandemic but now well now we can plan and dream and scheme again. We can make a legit optimistic five year plan. Today is about remembering how to do that. It's going to be fun. Expansive and dare i say entertaining. Today's guest is an actor and a writer with a bright view of the future. Matthew mcconaughey specifically wanted to talk to matthew about dreaming scheming for two reasons one taking the long view demand self reflection now last year matthew published a memoir green lights in which reveals himself to be a guy who's made a discipline of it long before quarantine. He stepped out of his hollywood life regularly to reflect. This was kind of a surprise to me until i read the book. The second reason i wanted to talk to. Matthew is his innate confidence he possesses a foundational belief that he can pull anything off. Now i wish i thought this way by default i don't do you. Maybe mac you can show us how curious the last year. And i know i'm coming to you into the rest of the world i understand. I am in a more privileged position. My pants full. I worked and saved up enough money. Where i didn't have to bite my nails tonight. I gotta work tomorrow. Pay the rent. Part of my job is to be able to adapt. I pretty much said okay inflection inventory john famine. Sit down. it's us and us for a while because we we were very conservative. I'm everything was remote. Seem very few people in the last sixteen months personally physically every couple of weeks. We have dinner where we all right kit as everyone you. You're allowed to cut. You're allowed to say what sucks about this mom. You're allowed to sit there. And gripe about not being play mahjong with your friends and let's get it out but then so. That was one sunday night. Monday for the next two weeks. We're gonna we're gonna make the best of it. Tried to really look at those upsides and go. We were forced into this. We offer take more inventory in ourselves and who the hell hell matter to us. Maybe realign value system right so those were definitely some assets. We'll so tell me a little bit about what this period of coming out and beginning to return to some of maybe some of your normalcy. If you're gonna call it that what's up like for you. Well two things one. I'm the middle of measuring how much we've been living. Do you know how much we're not going back. It's never gonna be like it was before too should be. Let's talk about work. Many companies people were more productive. I could argue. I was more productive remotely. The intention -ality of this maiden you. Jesse get on at eleven. Am central texas found at eleven to one. We're talking about the subject at eleven fifty nine. We will say goodbye. And i will go back in thirty seconds after we say goodbye and be with my family. I value the most interesting. I didn't have to fly carbon footprint enough to drive didn't have to go through hair make but didn't have to do war joke. Didn't come sit down on the lighting. It's intentional and subways. I would say maybe more intimate because of its intention out. But you know. I've been thinking about how change happens at so many levels. And yeah maybe we will all go back to the mall and back to the restaurants. Maybe we'll jump on planes and travel and go back to our business travel but at least for me. I suspect that. I am fundamentally in in important ways a different person internally such that even if i go and recreate those same experiences i will be experiencing them in a slightly different and i would like to think more authentic way heard. Yeah i mean when i said earlier force monasticism i mean. Look not all this. You read my book. I've taken back for my mom myself and had a pretty good spider since for when i need to get out on my own. Go here myself. Thank not all of us have luxury to do that even now i don't three kids but boy this last year and a half i i. We were all forced to in some way and it's an uncomfortable situation because lot of times they don't like spending times spending time with ourselves and that walls can get small and they can come in and we can get cabin fever and that'll bomb. The what of your drinking can start to look a little bit better to have a sip of earlier in the day. And you're going like. I'm not enjoying this company. Let me out you know. And but ultimately. I believe that's a great process to go through because i believe it's healthier. I all get to a place where we were. We understand the difference between being alone lonely. Yeah it's it's it's very healthy for us. Be able to spend time with ourselves and not be lonely to be alone and not be lonely to reinforce and enrich and the the close relationships. We have the only ones we can have like. We've had this last year and a half to some extent. Those are on the upset. Those are on the those are in the black that's in the asset side and even though it's hard to go through that and even harder if you're stuck with yourself and your trap and you're trying to get a job and you're not able to work that makes it even much more difficult but if you get time alone toungoo forces spin with ours is valuable time that we do not spend enough of that this last year and a half at least made us too so there was this interesting thing that i noticed in your book matthew like stepping back and looking at the long arc of it and that is that it seemed like you would go into the world very public world. Hollywood makes some projects. You'd you'd have some success in you know some things that maybe didn't go your way you'd learn a lot and then you'd step out of the world and he would go to a place like peru or very early on australia and it struck me that there was value for you in being able to step in and step out and i was wondering how much your early fame influence that or. If you thought that's actually probably end to who you are. You would do that anyways. Good question. I think it was native who i was but then also later on after fame. I saw that it was actually practical and useful for my health. And we'll be that. I needed to take time to step out to let me recap you to say. Hey what matters to me. What doesn't in this for instance. When i first got famous in the world was yes. Everything just wasn't feeling my heels on the ground. The roots has taken off my life. And i was like i don't feel my heels fetal at as at in the most affluent position i've ever been in as i write about in the book it just when most handsome i got a job. I got fifty bucks my back pocket i got four handicap but make two holes at once it got a girlfriend got the truck paid for made straight a.'s. Obama data happy. I got no curfew. I'm like why lee this. Let's roll and i said no. Let's get the hell out of here and go to a faraway place where you know but nobody knows your name and those who you are and.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"A university of texas to play athletics. You are expected to compete for national championships. facilities have the the talent the coaching positions It's an expectation I am right now. Enjoying this marolles minister culture there. Which is i'm trying to align the same values. It takes to put a winning team on the field with same bags. Takes tab a winner in the classroom in the university as as a scholastica destination The very similar as you know by what it takes to win in the sport as does stick to win in life I'm also working on the relationship of the city of austin with the university of texas. I'd like to see future. Where the city of austin hires more graduates from university of texas than any other city hires from their local university. I'd like to see The university in the city start to reciprocate and feed off each other that way We've got a long standing Pride this is a great example. And there's a lot of debate about the eyes of texas right now. So i don't want to get into that debate but i will get into what i think is beautiful about the ritual of us singing that song we sing that song win or lose. Now they're really beautiful. Part is that we sing that song when we lose. What is it. Basically saying. We have a long view here. We may have lost a battle today. But we're going to win the war That's a sense of pride in history and tradition in expectations about the future. We're going to head into a university. That i that i really like It's there's there's a great entrenched in rich tradition in expectation of excellent and a halo. Excellence expected For being along well you know in two following you and like. I said after i finished..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

03:54 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Percent and get free shipping and or some great manscaping. If we go back. I love the other part of your book. That i really love the bumper stickers. Because i think that's it makes so much sense right because what you said was when you ride down the road and you see a bumper sticker you mealy kind of get an idea of that person in that car so what i wanted to ask you is if you can think about the redskins. What would be your bumper sticker. If the redskins well. The washington football team had won on their car right now. What are you that bumper sticker would say. Time to hail a aol. That's right dr right. Yeah yeah that's that would probably be. Yeah and what's it gonna be now. Hail to the red wolves what's going on. They keep that song and just change out redskins. We'll see. Yeah help us with a name bumper sticker. That's it right so we're putting out there. I'm from surprised that Daniel snyder has reached out to you to try to give them some understanding of what the name should be. I'm surprised to gus daniel. If you're listening out there you got my number man we talked. We've talked john since this name chains even come up but you have even asked me yet. Mcconnell gimme gimme a bumper sticker. Give me a name. that's right. What better wordsmith right Just tell daniel that. Youtube will go out into the desert for about two fifty days maybe twenty days when we come up with the name newsday. Dan snyder Inside in the desert in cabin with no electricity for fifty two days. That would be awesome. Right how long do you think he would make it I get longer than he would initially think good. You know he'd show up he wouldn't even wanna h. He'd look at the place and go. No oh no oh no no no no no the same as all right now i may get him in inlet and he'd be like Dinnertime yet like still one. Pm you need slow through time down because you know he is mind moves fast. You know right left to slow way now. He'd be uncomfortable for a while. But i think i think he get last boy. This is gonna be tough. But i i think i could keep him there for a week. I'd have to put a helmet on him and chinstrap on him in a mouthguard because he'd be going out of his mind be it's been locked up in the middle of the desert and gavin for a week. But i think we all need for week. I'll definitely taking the under on that one. No doubt in my mind especially when you pull out a head of lettuce. Put them catch on it you know. He's like i'm outta areas. Not eating there. We'd have to have strongly sandwich. Yes he he's. Yeah these definitely foodie like bourbon and some crackers isn't gonna cut up for him You know. I think this is great because you have been a fan so in. You're not only a washington football team fan but you're huge texas longhorn fan and you've actually ingrained yourself into that whole university community society in more ways than one and so can you tell me what your favorite part of being a texas longhorn is.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"I like the guy with arrows into the guns after that favorite foods. Hamburgers redskins got middle. Linebacker chris hamburger flat another great reason like this team so i was big underdog in texas. Obviously especially going outside of dallas to be What was in colorado skin fan There was one guy across the street. Scott smith who actually was the only other risk can fan. I knew in texas I used to go to a texas stadium. Painted shirtless painted burgundy on top of the head headdress. And shame is used to drive a car off with yeah. I'd have shammy wrapped around my ways with a rope tied on b barefoot. I'll be right there on the fifty yard line In texas stadium with the redskins played the cowboys. I was at as you know. The last game at rfk. The first game. At jack and cook and the first game at fedex. I burgundy soil in a mason jar from the end zone of rfk in just grew up loving that team. I thought that's what i want to be at that time of cauti- redskins i wanted to be redskin. Football player at the john riggins was was my guy and i was the guy in the backyard. I was sort of a late. Bloomer saw wasn't very fast. But i had strong legs and backside and i was hard to get down in backyard. Football was named desire. You couldn't you couldn't get me down. Well that didn't last started to go away. Everyone got bigger and faster than starting around seventh or eighth grade so my football creating go much further than that but sportsman it. Still my favorite. Sports is the truest version of reality tv. That's just it's just two thousand five national championship were university of texas beat. Usaa you cannot write that script in my business. Hollywood that's sightseeing the most dramatic event at piece of entertainment i've ever seen ebbs and flows of that game And how you know. I i i i just. It's been a great teacher in me for preparation in my own job because as you know You want to prepare so much that you're not thinking about what you have to do on the day you want to go in knowing your game plan so well knowing the opponents game plan so well that you can call that audible with with just instinct And that's for me. That's when i do my job the best right and do you think like you brought up a really interesting point that you can't replicate a game like that and i think the movie industry has tried to do that but you don't i mean even other some been amazing sports movies out there. I don't think any fan has ever gotten the same feeling has been being at a true game i. I'm not a huge of a lot of sports movies. Because it's never as good as the rewriting and i you know and i think that there are some that are fun like like slapshot. They're kind of funny. But it's it's never i mean i could never do to be honest with you. I could never do anything in my life. That will replicate that feeling. I had when we beat the cowboys at day at r k. That was the last game. I've tried since i've left the game for fifteen years now but nothing has worked right right That buzz nothing. I mean i love. My family had been married. Twenty six years. My kids are all grown. I get so much enjoyment of pride out of them. But i don't i it's hard. I heard you On a podcast. With the chris long and his podcast green light and talking about. Just what do you do when you leave..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"K s i x. You can find us there on sunday mornings at ten. Am right before the nfl. Get started today is a great day. we joined this week by a great guest who grew up in texas told us about how sport shaped life. Matthew mcconaughey joined us sat down with us this week. gave us a lot of insights that we didn't really know about him. Matthew and i were friends Back in the days. When i played with the redskins The washington football team in. It's kind of funny when we sat and talked about all these green lights that he has because of his new book called. Green lights A lot of things had to go back and forth. You know we talked about the old days in the old days. It was a redskins we talked about the new days in how daniel snyder might call them to help him. Name the washington football team but You know the insights that matthew gave us into his life all the green lights that have helped them through his life the way he took his journals road. His story down went out into the desert took took quite a few days that he was over fifty days at different periods of time to write his new book into really hopefully help us all turn those yellow and red lights in the green lights to move our life forward and I really hope you enjoy this episode. And now i think we should join the huddle matthew. We are ready to get into shell. I just wanted to get into some stuff that we always talk about with our guests. And that's how sports shaped your life and you know no new reading your book by actually listen to it because it was nice during your voice and i think he didn't amazing job reading it So i listened to that. And i think then you know i never really found out. I mean you talk about kris hamburger a little bit back in the day. But how did you fall in love with sports at a young age will we grew up. I mean there was. Excuse me there's always some sort of ball in house at two older brothers. They were decent athletes. The middle brother pat turned out to be a really really good golfer We all played football up until the eighth grade amateur rather played like ninth and tenth and as far as we win So whatever season it was. That's the ball that we played with the football football baseball baseball. I took up golf later on played some tennis. Play twelve years of soccer You know that that's just the game. We played basketball. That was what we did during during the season. That's just what we did which the other neighbor kids did You know. I became early on up at longview texas but two and a half hours east of dallas. I came a what was then called the washington redskins fan which now called the washington football team and it was because of a few simple reasons that a four year old mine will fall in love with the team. I mean watching westerns with my dad. And i'm rooting for the american indians on horseback..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

Sadhguru's Podcast

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

"So i know you're matthew mcconaughey. Hey but do i know you. I don't know. I know you. Because when i see a person i know many things that i know i need to know to interact to be with them and everything but do you know some life absolutely. You do not know so i do. Not know does not mean. You're ignorant. I do not know simply means that maybe right now. I'm seeing her. I'm always willing to look deeper and deeper and deeper but the moment i say. Oh i know what's matthew. He's a file in my mind. It's finished so i do. Not know does not mean that it's ignorance we must understand this. See however much knowledge you have even if you have a digested the libraries on this planet. Still work you know. In this cosmic space is miniscule but ignorance is boundless. So the whole system always identifies with ignorance. Because if i identify with my ignorance then whether i am awake or asleep my intelligence is always on. It never sleeps the monday. Say i know my intelligence goes to sleep. It gets lazy lazy. This is essentially determining what is the quality of your life so do not ever let your intelligence go to sleep by saying i know something. Do you know a blade of grass. I'm asking all the top scientists on the planet. Do we really know a blade of grass. Absolutely we do not know as you look deeper and deeper and deeper into it. There's more and more and more to it. The top scientists in the world. How openly saying we not only do not know we will never know all right so this is the does it mean. These people are ignorant. People know him. I'm more knowledge than most people on the planet. But they're saying this because they're look deep enough into life and if you look deep enough into life you'll naturally only see what you know is a miniscule. What you do not know is an endless possibility. So do you want to take away the boundless possibility because you know spot.

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MLS Is Back After Eventful International Break

ESPN FC

01:31 min | 11 months ago

MLS Is Back After Eventful International Break

"League. Soccer is back after a three week. Break to say the least. And we'll do it in our very fashioned. The good the bad and the ugly. I was start with the good austin. See had their opening night at the brand new q. Two stadium hosting earthquakes scoreless draw though they had the better chances and all about ma mcdonald's and the show look. This seems hurt. Good for leak water tonight. That's a sweet tepa. Matthew mcconaughey giving wolf peril a run. Oh yes so out. Crowd in austin if the producer or director could put the volume of what we heard during this match. It was epic it was massive. I don't recall being so excited about a home opener as i was for. Everybody was there. This is the san jose earthquakes coach. Matthias may there on the opening night. At austin he said. I want to congratulate the austin fans. It was a spectacle of football. I enjoyed it seeing it and being a part of it. I like the stadium and how the fan supported their team. It was day of football joy. Long live that football. He's a two hundred two hundred forty million dollars stadium for twenty thousand fans and every time something like this happens. We on at least i do. How the major league soccer project works well and this system. It's actually fit in for the league. It was great to see that

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"You and that's ultimately what we're doing here on the podcast guys giving you the tools the resources the conversations the insights and ideas from incredible men who have been very very successful. And then letting you have access to that information so you and me and everybody else listening can apply that in our own lives. So we're gonna get to the conversation here Just really quickly do want to mention That i need your support. Were continuing to grow this. Grassroots movement of reclaiming and restore masculinity. But it's gonna take your work as well as mine. I'm doing my as i can hear on end. I ask that you band with me that you march with me that you stand in this fight to reclaim masculinity in this degenerate society that seems to be increasingly dismissive of it. All i need you to do right now. A couple of things number one lever rating review goes a very long way takes two minutes. It's all ask rating review very very simple in addition to that just share this. Take a screenshot of you listening to this podcast or a screenshot of the app on your phone wherever you're listening and just shared on the instagram on twitter on facebook on the socials wherever you're doing the the podcasting and social media thing and let people know what you're listening to because there's men who need to hear what matthew i talk about today and there's men who need to hear all of the conversations that we have with other incredible men in the insights that we've been sharing for the past six years. That's it very simple share. Open her mouth. If you have good information you have information. That's going to serve other people. Then i feel like we have a responsibility to let people know where they can access these tulleson threat here with the order. Podcast please do that. Our guys without announcement. Let me get to my guest earlier. This is the one and only matthew mcconaughey. And i'm sure none of you need an introduction to who this man is we all know him from his iconic roles on the silver screen But most of us have never been introduced to the depth of his thoughts and ideas and insights. Which are plenty in fact. That's why enjoyed his new book. Green light so much in it he gives us a glimpse into his life than most of us will never see or never have even considered before and showed us that in spite of his tremendous public success. He's a man who has had his share failures and setbacks like all of us have so guys. I really think you're going to enjoy this conversation as much as i did. And you're going to walk away with the new perspective into the life of a man that we may think. Just think that we already know. Enjoy the conversation guys all right matthew. Good to see glad you could join us on the podcast today to be here. I look honest confession. Time here for me when your book came out. I'm like nah. i saw it in the airport. I think that was the first time i saw it. I'm like now. I'm not gonna read that book now. I'm not gonna read that book. And then i saw other people had you on their podcast and hurt interviews you did. I'm like nah. i'm not gonna read that book and finally enough people said you really artery to book and i started listening to a little bit. More to your podcast. I read the book like damn. I read the book earlier because it was amazing. Man i i actually listen to it and year narration and everything was just. It was incredible. I really enjoy thank. you now. Question unquestioned. I look good man. I'm not reading that. I know that a lot of people weren't going to breed that book. Because i wrote that book because you wrote the book. I had made some assumptions about you. And i think hollywood in general like what's this guy going to teach me that i already haven't figured out on my own or i'm not in the midst of learning for myself heard heard i. You know i mean remember. Remember telling one of the my publishers before heading off to to radisson look. I'm a lot of people. Go buy this book. Because i wrote it. Even if what's on the page is crab i go. lot of. People are not going to buy this book no matter how good it is on the pages because i wrote it i go. I've got to remember writing this down day for writing. It was like look. May the words on these pages be worthy of share. And if they're signed by anonymous and at the same time being word that only i could have written so that was star for because i understood at a platform being who. I am celebrity that some people have been built. And i i dig mccown. i'll read it. I understood also my platter celebrity. Some people go away reading that book. A one of the things that you talked about in the book that really resonated with me. I think it was towards the end. When you were talking about you. Redefining yourself your specifically your career from this guy to. Hey i gotta stop doing that. Altogether and redefine myself. Because i think a lot of people just naturally think well that's mcconnell as he's the romcom guy he's a good looking guy gets the chicks. There's not much more depth to them than that right. Well that's what was this excessive those rom coms and parlayed with the fact. That property were taking pictures of me running a shirtless on the beach. Every day out front of those houses that those rom coms paid for. Yeah that's of those made. The industry and the public go kind is wrong. Comp guy hit so. When i wanted to go do dramas studios rouser like no way. Dude stay in your lane. And i was like it's a good line. I enjoy this lane but it was a time where my life was getting so vital. Talk about and look at a child. You got children bribed before or so. You know i mean man after your first child you know. Man's never more courageous in mashonaland and also like man. I'm feeling so vital in my life much more vital than my work. I was like well. I'm glad it goes that way. You know then the opposite. But i was like i'd i'd like to do some work that challenges of italian feeling in my life that were not coming my way so because i couldn't do what i wanted to. I just decided to stop doing what i've been doing. As you see in the book it took about two years sort of on brand and even be a new good idea for the dramas. I wanted to do well. One of the things that you talked about too is how much money you actually walked away from and look a lot of guys are in the same boat. I was in the same boat years ago. I was doing a financial planning practice. It was going well. I was having success success. I was helping people. And i remember taking a phone call from client. It came up on the phone. And i'm like damn. I don't want to answer this call right now right. And it wasn't the work and it wasn't the client. I should say it wasn't the client individually. It was the work that i just was like. I'm done i'm out would you do. I mean 'cause i. I had that exact same moment when atp production company and i had five employees had an office in venice and i'm at home and the phone rang and there number came up and i knew from the opposite. I went to pick up the phone in my hand polished. And i looked at my head i said. What are you doing positive. Pick up the damn phone call from your own office that you pay the salaries that you pay the rent. And i was like i let it rain and soon as it quit ringing i picked up the phone and call my lawyer and said no more production company letting everything go man. Because i was like what that makes no sense i was like eighty did. What did you do after that call. I had a i. I remember i had a real heart to heart with my wife and i said hon..

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Sudden last friday before time to kill cames out came out. There were one hundred scripts. I would have done. But i couldn't do any of them and now two days later monday. They're offering me all hundred of those scripts. And i'm going what two days ago i would have done any of those and now you're telling me i can do all of those. I need some discernment. I need to go figure out what what what what matters here matters to me. So i put on backpacking. Got out of dodge went to places where people did not know my name where i was stuck with. No one but me and my internal dialogue to try and get my soul and feet on the ground and understand my head and my heart communicating. Clearly again what is it. I want what i wanna do. What is it. i don't want. I write about this a lot in the book. You is very hard to know what we want and who we are. And that's okay by process of elimination. Getting rid of the things you don't want and who you are not you will give you a better chance to end up being who you are and getting what you want. So that was the beginning of that process after became famous and And then went on from there. It's been every day since then for you feel like a lifetime ago when people did not know you on the street i kind of kind of. I'm kind of at ease with it now. I still able to now move an and much more equipped now to meet someone already understand. Is that out. They've already got a bye on you. But here i know how to get down underneath that with them so we can have a real conversation. They can be completely honest with me as the guy they just met matthew. Not the actor but the man matthew mcconaughey so i've learned the tools for how to get under that in a graceful way. Hopefully and sometimes it takes longer with certain people. Sometimes it can take you know. I don't have the effort. Where right about in the book less impressed more involved. Sometimes people be so impressed with my fame or something. i'm not. They're not involved in the conversation with right there holding a reverence for my place in society as someone famous that they're not really being themselves behaviors. I've learned tools to get them to go. Okay got that now. Hey you hug and asking certain question about the day. Do you have children or something like that. And all of a sudden then baselines. And i can have an involve conversation honest conversation with somebody but i've learned how to do that over the years. Hey guys thanks for listening to the sunday. Sit down podcasts. Stick around to hear more from matthew mcconaughey. The.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"That's a heap shit. Yeah that's not. That's not the way for him. Both sides are doing it. So if you're if you're honker down only saying i'm for my. We must preserve the party. Vote down this line. Everything must be that way. You're not even thinking about what's the best for the most amount of people. Which is what i'm going to whatever understood democracy be about. Why do you think we got. How do you think we got this way. You know over time it's easier. It's easier america america. You know we're we're. We're founded on this base of individuals but yet where the united states of america right. Now i got the question i would have for. All of his impact is full. We talk about land of the free and opportunity. Hey right now we're That's that's that's gravy. That's later right now. Let's do we really want to be united states of america. People go hell. Yeah we'll go no bridge ask yourself that question unless answer it first. Because we're not acting like it at all and that will take certain sacrifices so this individual idea of the american the rugged individual is now and then you go through a year where we were forced to go be individuals with covid. Everyone's just hunker down going. I got mines man and also in this last year and a half. I think is where it got expose big. It's been there but it got really exposed this last year and a half because we had uncertain future. We were living in limbo. I'm not sure my future is so when you're uncertain what do you do. You want identity and you look around and there was a tribe hanging out on extreme right and there's a tribe hanging extreme lip you people ran to one or the other to grab all of that polling. Okay at least. I gotta try have now at least it got to my vinny now. My hope is people are coming more their sentencing going. Oh i'm having a little buyer's remorse. Actually looking around at the people i was hanging around with on the far far left and they really don't have the same values as i as i did. We're we're a little more different than i thought. I don't completely buy into their way of thinking so hopefully people having to buyers buyer's remorse than going. Hey let me look over there at that at you joe. I 'cause you disagreed with me and you're on the opposite side light invalid if you let me look over there and go well now on on can you. You do exist. You are real. You do have real reasons for feeling that way. I don't agree with them for me. But but what what. Why do you feel that way. Let's unpack this real and that's just start. I mean that which is not happening now is just to at least validate The that there that there is an opposition And you know you gotta go through the confrontation to get unified anyway but right now confrontation lease me. The meat computation. Means you at least validate you have an opponent Right now which is not even that. We don't even have capitated because we're not even validated. We've got fricking opponent. There's something to discuss that. There's a competition here. It's not real. Confrontation were practising right. Now you got me. I wish i lived in texas so that i cast a vote for you Or hopefully it's it's bigger than that someday. I think i as you were talking. I think i thought of your campaign slogan instead of all right all right all right it can be all right all laughed. All right I.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"When our children go. You've lied me up. i'm going my own way. And whatever that is you know. I i think he had pleasure in that moment where he said. I have raised him right. He's got the confidence and occurs courage. He's asking me. He's asking me my son to ask me. But he's not really asking me. And i think that made him incredibly proud and gave him ownership. Hey i did do a good job with the next one. He's got the courage to and tell me going on. What did he line you up. Though i mean did your parents line all you guys up to sort of say. This is a path that i'm going to put you on. I mean was that a conscious decision by condensation and remember medac came from. I mean he came from you know you you you get a job you work your way up the business ladder within the company and hopefully one day you may be go retire with some benefits. Now he made taught us that. But i look at him. He did what he did he was he was. He was an outlaw. He was a pipe salesman. he he didn't have any nobody ad hoc no larger company at him insured. You know He didn't have any retirement he was he was working for himself Towards the the last half of his of his life so he taught us that but in the but when i look back on it i would say. My family is much more in him. Much more reasonable salesman than they were company companyman But that's what he told us she get a job. You work your way up. Get a job and you work your way up there. Some stability them you can achieve that if you conversations with talented actors like today's episode with matthew mcconaughey checkout one of our past episodes and listen to our conversation with adam devine where we discussed journaling. It'll be fun. Work life balance comedy pumping iron kids. Bobby lee cancel. Culture his podcast. This is important and more. Wow that's a lot of shit on the whole podcast. My mom dugout. Like an old old notebooks that i had a note to your twenty year for twenty years from now with like some sort of school assignment that i had to do and it was get buff. Make rila i said become a comedian and be a movie star and then instead of writing star i did a star like i did a star design. Wow that's exactly who. I am still. Hey don't go anywhere seriously stay here. We'll be right back. After this short break with more from today's guest matthew mcconaughey. Hey was roads bridges broadband the infrastructure. We need to build a strong growing economy. Every million dollars we spend on. It generates nearly four million in economic activity but a major tax increase on businesses to pay for it only.

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At the Monaco Grand Prix, a Toned-Down Weekend

America's First News Show

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

At the Monaco Grand Prix, a Toned-Down Weekend

"Time ever, starting with practices today for the truck and Xfinity Series races on Saturday. The weekend will culminate on Sunday with the NASCAR Cup race. The Texas Grand Prix with Matthew McConaughey is serving his grand marshal. I'm charity McCurdy Since 18 36

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Matthew McConaughey Leads Gov. Greg Abbott in New Texas Poll

The KFBK Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Matthew McConaughey Leads Gov. Greg Abbott in New Texas Poll

"New poll from the Dallas Morning News and the University of Texas at Tyler found 45% of registered voters would vote for actor Matthew McConaughey for governor. The poll found 33% would vote to re elect Governor Greg Abbott and 22% would vote for someone else. McConnell. He has not said if he will run or not.

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Matthew McConaughey organizing virtual fundraiser for Texas winter storm relief efforts

Bryan Suits

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Matthew McConaughey organizing virtual fundraiser for Texas winter storm relief efforts

"Spike in the city. The state of Texas will be getting some celebrity help and recovering from the recent winner storms. While most of the powers thankfully being restored, the busted water lines from from hospitals to so many homes has left so many Texans without the bare necessities they need to survive. Matthew McConaughey hey, is having a virtual fundraiser called War Texas that will be streamed on YouTube on March. 21st performers include Kelly Clarkson and Post him alone. Donations to Makana Hayes. Just Keep Living Texas Relief Fund will help organizations

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Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas

"Matthew mcconaughey. Yes the great actor. The oscar winning actor who hails from texas That he is seriously thinking about getting into the governor's race in twenty twenty two. It's right that matthew mcconnahey is gonna run for texas governor. The reason you're going to hear that is because matthew. Mcconaughey is doing a tour of media outlets for to promote his new book and during the process a lot of people talk to him about politics and ask him questions about. Hey you're going to run for governor and he has said it's a consideration but he goes on to talk and explain things that make you understand. It's really not. It's really not something. He's serious about right now but maybe some way down the like. Here's a direct quote. He said look. Politics seems to be a broken business to me right now and when politics redefines its purpose i could be a hell of a lot more interested so when you hear that matthew mcconaughey is gonna run against governor abbot i. I wouldn't believe it don't believe it

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Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas

Ernie Brown

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas

"It is possible. He responded to the question about whether he would run for governor by saying it's a real consideration. Bernie, What do you think of the idea? Of Matthew Makani running for president. Well sided, are you? Well, I enjoyed interviewing Kinky Friedman when he was running. You know, When I hear this, I knew this was inevitable. I don't think you'll actually run. But I feel like after Trump became president. Now It's everybody longer. Yeah, Anybody can do it. The mystery is gone. Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes governor of California, Jesse Ventura of Minnesota. So, Yeah. Why not? Matthew McConaughey. What the hell? Governor that the good thing in Texas the governor. Power in Texas is with the Lieutenant governor, not the governor. Actually, we have kind of Ah, weak Governor system in the state of Texas. So you could be governor here. No big deal just where the where the costume and Where the hat and everything's good. It's a good gig if you can get it. That's right. $150,000 for not doing too much of anything unless there's some kind of crisis than everybody because nobody knows how their own state government works. Everybody starts looking to you and saying Well, you're the leader lead us out of this. And they don't matter what you do. It's not good enough. They

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How Rich Eisen 'Met the Moment' in His First SportsCenter Broadcast

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

03:08 min | 1 year ago

How Rich Eisen 'Met the Moment' in His First SportsCenter Broadcast

"My first sportscenter was in the middle of march of nineteen ninety-six. It was a saturday. Seven o'clock eastern sportscenter which they don't have that time slot anymore but at any rate it was right there early evening on a saturday during march madness. I think it was the first weekend. I had to have been the round of thirty. Two of the nineteen ninety-six march madness tournament. Larry beal was the other anchor. And i remember be nervous very nervous and i try to stay loose just like matthew dry. St louis need to stay loose. And i tried to prepare for it but the problem was is the games that i would be doing. The highlights of on this show were all happening. They're all happening all going down. I mean it's march madness. You know that you know games are nonstop the tipping off fifteen minutes field like and it feels like whenever you're watching it. That's what makes it so great. And i remember thinking to myself. How am i going to prepare for this. How can i stay loose. What am i going to do. And it was time to go down to the studio for my first ever sportscenter. And i had about twelve games of highlights in the show and add only the paperwork they give you a shot sheet to read off of in notes form knowing what shots are going to appear on the screen so you knew the information of who had the ball and what the score was and how much time is left on the clock and what have and so on and so forth so i had the paperwork and it only seen the highlight of one of the twelve that i had in the show. In other words. I would have to ad-lib eleven of the twelve highlights. I had in the show sight unseen like. Normally you would get this highlight. You'd look at it. you'd watch it. You'd go over it so you know what you might say when you say it on the aaron live tv and i remember thinking to myself walking down to the said i had two choices. That's i boil it down to two choices. Try to make it very easy for me to remain calm. And i remember thinking to myself to choices one was to suck it up and know that this was my dream moment and i had been betting on myself my entire life that i was waiting for this moment and it finally arrived albeit. Not what the attention to detail. That would have calmed my nerves or the preparation. That i wanted or ever envisioned. I would not have going down to the studio. That was choice. A choice b was to be down my leg. And i thought to myself. You know. that's choice it's Definitely not choice. Let's choose. And i don't know how the show went. I went well. I mean you know. I wasn't fired on the spot I was bouncing off the walls. But i just remember thinking to myself. I got two choices. One is to go with the flow. Go at the moment. Believe in yourself know that this moment that you've been waiting for your entire life has arrived and meet it. Meet the moment and the other choices to panic which might feel good at the time but never would work out in a million years.

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Matthew Mcconaughey on 'Leaning into the Doubt'

Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Matthew Mcconaughey on 'Leaning into the Doubt'

"Man. I've calibrated recalibrated thousands of times. I've had grand plans. That i thought would lead pipe cinch. There ain't no way this go wrong. And either imploded or the world exploded and for me and i sat there going. Oh jeez i've also had written many headlines. I before i had any idea housing to get there and lived the story to and had successes that way. I've also had many times where. I just hardest part about me going into what i was going to do. Is just to tie and shoes. Get out the damn door. Jump off the cliff. Figure out a fly on the way down. Seems like that's sort of the art of life making plans and then knowing that change is gonna come anyway. The unknown in doubts of just knowing the answer. That's something that i think that we all have. We want to know the answer. Can you make tangible. Can you tell me what. I'm going to take this risk. Can you tell me. I wanna see my reward can okay. Now i see it clearly now know well reward. Don't really like that. Even if we have an idea of what they are. We're going into something. They aren't what we thought they were when we get there anyway so i think the doubt is in what is it. What is an accomplishment. Gonna be there's even unknowns when we're very secure about where we're going and that's not all the time so you can have more doubts if you're only seeking a result or less dashiell lean into the comfort of doubting going. Hey i'm not about the result. I'm going to enjoy the process of doing what i need to do. And how. I look up one day. I'll see where i am and if we do that over and over that sort of leading into the doubt

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Semi-Educated Podcast

Semi-Educated Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Semi-Educated Podcast

"Now i see that there are competitors moving into the market like spotify is starting to throw out some books but they got a handful of old classics. If you want a lot of really good high quality books audible is the place to go and if you want this awesome green leads book you can get it right now by just dropping a comment. I want that book. Drop that comment right in there or send us a message to noontime media at g mail dot com and we will send you this book on audible four three. If you haven't had an audible account already if you get that free book and you like it then you can subscribe to audible and get one credit a month or two credits a month. If you really hooked and love like i do. What else do we got to say about. The joe biden man. Jump right in green lights. Matthew mcconaughey both wrote and read this book on audible which is a big bonus for me. Because i don't know if you guys agree he's got a great voice. You just got one of those voices very captivating you know. He's all these different commercials. And i think they get him for that voice. Yeah def sell some lincoln's man. It's silky smooth silky smooth. He can sell some lincoln's for show ya so someone else we talked about is occasionally we knew. Get a book on audible. If you really enjoy it sometimes you get the physical book and one of the bonuses to this book is. There's a lot of great pictures mango along with these stories. And so i encourage you guys. We'll talk about rating this towards the end but If you enjoy this book it's nice physical copy absolutely and There's also don't know if you know this is the number one new york times bestseller new york times bestseller and that book out right towards the end of twenty twenty and You know it's it. Matthew doesn't awesome job of painting the pictures that are in the book but dausi's absolutely right having the book itself to see the pictures for themselves is even better not only that but if you really are few like me and you struggle with reading having the physical copy of a book that you really like will improve your reading after listening to it and then going back and reading it point. Yep yep so when we get started bombing initial thoughts initial thoughts before reading the book so before reading it. And i said let you want to check it out. What the what was your initial thoughts before even turning hidden play pressing play. Well i knew that this was based on kind of his memoirs or journaling. And so i was. I was definitely interested in hearing more about that. And i know that you were pretty impressed with his ability to journal over the years. Thirty five years journaling credible So that was my initial thoughts. Man i dig up as an actor. He seems like a pretty interesting dude. Yep and if this is based on his life. I mean i want to hear about right. Did you have any expectations like Like you would learn something from it. Or i mean other than other than like learning more about matthew mcconaughey but maybe learning something getting some insights. What i meant say. Yeah you know. I i would say yes. Because i kind of feel. I've always believed you can learn from anybody. Yeah it's it's not like i was like what can i learn matthew mcconnahey but i think i was pleasantly surprised with how many takeaways and and how much i enjoyed this book actually. Yeah no. that's definitely solid point for sure..

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Cowboys' Dak Prescott Donates Meals To Help Feed the Homeless.

First & 10s

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Cowboys' Dak Prescott Donates Meals To Help Feed the Homeless.

"Prescott. Okay, one more does this man have to fucking news his City for his City's football team to say, let's put a ring on it. You're our Jude. So Jack Prescott and Matthew McConaughey paid for homeless people to they basically felt homeless people during this entire Texas shitstorm ice storm that happened here 1000 meals to one of the local homeless shelter slash organizations that are feeding folks and keeping them warm. This is actually like a warming Center slash place for people to come and be fed. Yes, Jack Prescott and Matthew McConaughey joined forces and did this now I get it off. Granted I'm not going to be the asshole. It's like oh, well, if it's not public that means people don't donate not true at all. Who knows who else donated from that organization, but you think it would have leaked somehow right? I'm not going to assume nobody donated but it just doesn't look good publicly when there's other organizations locally on the sports side that are donating. Anyway, my point with that is what the fuck more does Dak Prescott home to do. I'm starting to get really fucking mad. I'm about to go up to the star or Preston Hollow or Highland Park or University Park or actual Cowboys stadium and beat it or down because your girl is fucking pissed at this point. Well, here's what sucks for you Jazz. The one thing have you seen my life since 2020. There's a guy there's a running list. There's a sticker of everything that's wrong with my life. That's at the bottom of the screen. Yeah. That is there's no debating whether or not deck is a nice guy. Clearly. We know that clearly we know he's as a fantastic human being home. A leader, but thank you. Amy. We're moving on does not does not mean that he's worth what ever he is trying to Garner from the Cowboys. They're not willing to pay him come at next in offsides. You can be a super nice guy, but it doesn't mean you're worth 4 million dollars a year. I'm unfollowing now on page on Instagram because of that comment. Anyway, we're going to move on to offsides cuz you going to disagree. Oh no. No, I think he is worth at this point. Oh, yes, she's going to sorry. I thought you are disagree. I'm sorry. I thought you meant agree my brains not working. Yes. I'm going to disagree him forty million because he's a nice guy. Yeah, that's what sports is all about. Nice guys. Finish

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Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

"The with kevin mason mentioned last week. I was a little disappointed to hear that super bowl ads. This year won't include coca cola pepsi. Budweiser still a lot of advertisers. It took them a while to sell the advertising but they got it done but from everything. I've read this year. More companies are going to be using celebrities than ever before make sense. Celebrities are pretty easy. You got to pay a little bit more. I guess to get the bang for the buck. But everybody's gonna talk about the ads with celebrities in them now. I haven't seen any ads so far. That just heard about some of the ads. I know we'll farrell is going to be one. I've seen a teaser from gm. Mike myers and dana. Carvey look back to wayne's world and guess parody commercial ashton kutcher and his wife mila kunis are in a commercial for cheetos. I think we've shaggy the singer. Michael jordan matthew mcconaughey. They're gonna be in commercials to as are of course sports stars terry bradshaw peyton manning ally manning marshawn lynch all going to be in commercials together. So obviously we're gonna see a lot of celebrities this year. A lot of big stars in the long run because of this pandemic. You wanna make sure you're talked about and that isn't always so easy.

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Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

"The with kevin mason mentioned last week. I was a little disappointed to hear that super bowl ads. This year won't include coca cola pepsi. Budweiser still a lot of advertisers. It took them a while to sell the advertising but they got it done but from everything. I've read this year. More companies are going to be using celebrities than ever before make sense. Celebrities are pretty easy. You got to pay a little bit more. I guess to get the bang for the buck. But everybody's gonna talk about the ads with celebrities in them now. I haven't seen any ads so far. That just heard about some of the ads. I know we'll farrell is going to be one. I've seen a teaser from gm. Mike myers and dana. Carvey look back to wayne's world and guess parody commercial ashton kutcher and his wife mila kunis are in a commercial for cheetos. I think we've shaggy the singer. Michael jordan matthew mcconaughey. They're gonna be in commercials to as are of course sports stars terry bradshaw peyton manning ally manning marshawn lynch all going to be in commercials together. So obviously we're gonna see a lot of celebrities this year. A lot of big stars in the long run because of this pandemic. You wanna make sure you're talked about and that isn't always so easy.

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Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Using Celebrities (MM #3609)

"The with kevin mason mentioned last week. I was a little disappointed to hear that super bowl ads. This year won't include coca cola pepsi. Budweiser still a lot of advertisers. It took them a while to sell the advertising but they got it done but from everything. I've read this year. More companies are going to be using celebrities than ever before make sense. Celebrities are pretty easy. You got to pay a little bit more. I guess to get the bang for the buck. But everybody's gonna talk about the ads with celebrities in them now. I haven't seen any ads so far. That just heard about some of the ads. I know we'll farrell is going to be one. I've seen a teaser from gm. Mike myers and dana. Carvey look back to wayne's world and guess parody commercial ashton kutcher and his wife mila kunis are in a commercial for cheetos. I think we've shaggy the singer. Michael jordan matthew mcconaughey. They're gonna be in commercials to as are of course sports stars terry bradshaw peyton manning ally manning marshawn lynch all going to be in commercials together. So obviously we're gonna see a lot of celebrities this year. A lot of big stars in the long run because of this pandemic. You wanna make sure you're talked about and that isn't always so easy.

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The race for Rob Portman's Senate seat begins

The Boxer Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

The race for Rob Portman's Senate seat begins

"And Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection in 2022, the Republican how Republican put out a statement saying that it's gotten harder and harder to break through the partisan gridlock. At this point, you know, it's interesting. He came out to say that yesterday on the well, I mean, just hours before the Democrats sent the impeachment case against former President Trump to the Senate. With the start of that historic trial, which by the way that set now for February 8th because over the weekend, Matthew McConaughey, who lately and I I can see how the rumors they're starting where Matthew, who lives in Austin. And I don't know if he's a registered Democrat or independent or Republican. But he's been very vocal in the past few months about Democrats, Republicans and, you know, come on. All right, all right. We all just got to get along here. But he had this to say over the weekend to a show in the UK just about the problems with the weight left. In the way, right? You need Liberals. What I don't think we need is the ill liberals. And what I don't think that some liberals see is that they're often being cannibalized by the ill liberals. Now, you know they're extremes on both sides that I think are unfair that I don't think of the right place to be. The extreme left in the extreme right, completely illegitimate eyes, the other side, Um, the liberal and the conservative side, which we need in certain places. They two extremes, illegitimate eyes, those those two sides or they exaggerate that that side's stance into an irrational state that that makes no sense. And that's not fair when neither side does that. Um, you know, we're not. Oh, well, the water where the water lines gonna land on this freedom of speech and what we allow and what we don't and where this canceled culture goes, where that water line lands is a very interesting place that we're engaged in right now is a society of trying to figure out because we haven't found the

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People, Places & Things

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:48 min | 1 year ago

People, Places & Things

"I want to start with. I wanna play this snippet for you of matthew mcconaughey. And a talk he did. He is an amazing speaker. And any of you that have done my mindset makeover video series. He's in a couple of the videos. I share with you during that mindset makeover and that's totally free five day of video every day to your inbox but i wanna play the snippet for you because this is exactly what we're talking about in. This is what i want you to think about is just as important where we are not as it is where we are. Look the first step that leads to our identity. Life is usually not. I know who i am. I know who i am. That's not the first step the first step. Usually i know who i am not process of elimination defining ourselves by what we are not is the first step that leads us to really know who we are a group of friends that you hang out with their they really might not bring out the best in the gossip too much kind of shady Gonna be there for you in a pinch about that bar. We keep going to that. We always seem to have the worst hangover from over that computer screen right. The computer screen keeps giving us an excuse not to get out of the house and engaged with the world. It gets real human interaction. I bet that food that we keep eating stuff taste good. Going down makes us feel like crap. The next week we feel when he put on weight will those people those places those things stop giving them your time and energy. Just don't go there. i mean. put them now. And when you do this when you put them down when you quit you quit giving them your time you inadvertently find yourself spending more time and in more places that are healthy for you that bring you more joy. Why because you just eliminated the who's the wears the once in the winds that were keeping you from your identity. Trust me too many options. I promise you there's too. Many options will make tyrant of is. All i get rid of the excess wasted time. Decrease your options. If you do this you will have accidentally almost innocently put in front of you. What is important to you process. Elimination how about that. I love this thought process in. This is so much what i think about. When i'm thinking about changes that i wanna make or when i'm thinking about if my anxiety is extra high or i'm feeling uncertain which guesses anxiety to right but this is what i think about like. What are there things in my life that are causing me more anxiety and discomfort in disease and this is people places and things we talk about this in twelve step programs a lot and again when you want to change something when you want something in your life to be different. Then you have to do things differently and often times. That's going to mean making decisions differently. It's going to mean different people. Different places different things. Have you ever thought about it this way about moving things that don't serve you rather than adding more things. i think. We have a tendency to add more things. Like we're always in this quest for happiness and it's about stuff and things wanting to add things to distract us right in. I'm all about distraction especially in the throes of a craving or high anxiety or when. You're super upset. I think in those moments one of the best things you can do is kind of distract yourself until some of that emotion comes down in then. You can figure out really how to cope with it and often times. That quest for happiness is more about removing things. That aren't serving us. And that's really what i want to get into in some changes that i did in twenty twenty. That made a big difference for me and it just food for thought some things that you can think about again especially going into this new year this fresh new perspective the next version of you that you're going to build the next level of your sobriety your life your relationships. I want you to think about some of the things that you can take out of your life. That just don't serve you. Well the first things that i really started to cut down on in the beginning of corona virus was news in negative information. And this isn't just about corona virus but also this kind of place together but also the political part of everything. The last few years has just been super toxic and weird and divisive and i. I don't like divisive anyway. So i don't like to play into that. That news just got super overwhelming to me now. Obviously i check in. We have a

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People, Places & Things

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:43 min | 1 year ago

People, Places & Things

"To jump in there. Now let's get into this topic. This happiness by subtraction process of elimination. One thing i want to start with. I wanna play this snippet for you of matthew mcconaughey. And a talk he did. He is an amazing speaker. And any of you that have done my mindset makeover video series. He's in a couple of the videos. I share with you during that mindset makeover and that's totally free five day of video every day to your inbox but i wanna play the snippet for you because this is exactly what we're talking about in. This is what i want you to think about is just as important where we are not as it is where we are. Look the first step that leads to our identity. Life is usually not. I know who i am. I know who i am. That's not the first step the first step. Usually i know who i am not process of elimination defining ourselves by what we are not is the first step that leads us to really know who we are a group of friends that you hang out with their they really might not bring out the best in the gossip too much kind of shady Gonna be there for you in a pinch about that bar. We keep going to that. We always seem to have the worst hangover from over that computer screen right. The computer screen keeps giving us an excuse not to get out of the house and engaged with the world. It gets real human interaction. I bet that food that we keep eating stuff taste good. Going down makes us feel like crap. The next week we feel when he put on weight will those people those places those things stop giving them your time and energy. Just don't go there. i mean. put them now. And when you do this when you put them down when you quit you quit giving them your time you inadvertently find yourself spending more time and in more places that are healthy for you that bring you more joy. Why because you just eliminated the who's the wears the once in the winds that were keeping you from your identity. Trust me too many options. I promise you there's too. Many options will make tyrant of is. All i get rid of the excess wasted time. Decrease your options. If you do this you will have accidentally almost innocently put in front of you. What is important to you process. Elimination how about that. I love this thought process in. This is so much what i think about. When i'm thinking about changes that i wanna make or when i'm thinking about if my anxiety is extra high or i'm feeling uncertain which guesses anxiety to right but this is what i think about like. What are there things in my life that are causing me more anxiety and discomfort in disease and this is people places and things we talk about this in twelve step programs a lot and again when you want to change something when you want something in your life to be different. Then you have to do things differently and often times. That's going to mean making decisions differently. It's going to mean different people. Different places different things. Have you ever thought about it this way about moving things that don't serve you rather than adding more things. i think. We have a tendency to add more things. Like we're always in this quest for happiness and it's about stuff and things wanting to add things to distract us right in. I'm all about distraction especially in the throes of a craving or high anxiety or when. You're super upset. I think in those moments one of the best things you can do is kind of distract yourself until some of that emotion comes down in then. You can figure out really how to cope with it and often times. That quest for happiness is more

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People, Places & Things

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:28 min | 1 year ago

People, Places & Things

"Process of elimination. One thing i want to start with. I wanna play this snippet for you of matthew mcconaughey. And a talk he did. He is an amazing speaker. And any of you that have done my mindset makeover video series. He's in a couple of the videos. I share with you during that mindset makeover and that's totally free five day of video every day to your inbox but i wanna play the snippet for you because this is exactly what we're talking about in. This is what i want you to think about is just as important where we are not as it is where we are. Look the first step that leads to our identity. Life is usually not. I know who i am. I know who i am. That's not the first step the first step. Usually i know who i am not process of elimination defining ourselves by what we are not is the first step that leads us to really know who we are a group of friends that you hang out with their they really might not bring out the best in the gossip too much kind of shady Gonna be there for you in a pinch about that bar. We keep going to that. We always seem to have the worst hangover from over that computer screen right. The computer screen keeps giving us an excuse not to get out of the house and engaged with the world. It gets real human interaction. I bet that food that we keep eating stuff taste good. Going down makes us feel like crap. The next week we feel when he put on weight will those people those places those things stop giving them your time and energy. Just don't go there. i mean. put them now. And when you do this when you put them down when you quit you quit giving them your time you inadvertently find yourself spending more time and in more places that are healthy for you that bring you more joy. Why because you just eliminated the who's the wears the once in the winds that were keeping you from your identity. Trust me too many options. I promise you there's too. Many options will make tyrant of is. All i get rid of the excess wasted time. Decrease your options. If you do this you will have accidentally almost innocently put in front of you. What is important to you process. Elimination how about that. I love this thought process in. This is so much what i think about. When i'm thinking about changes that i wanna make or when i'm thinking about if my anxiety is extra high or i'm feeling uncertain which guesses anxiety to right but this is what i think about like. What are there things in my life that are causing me more anxiety and discomfort in disease and this is people places and things we talk about this in twelve step programs a lot and again when you want to change something when you want something in your life to be different. Then you have to do things differently and often times. That's going to mean making decisions differently. It's going to mean different people. Different places different things. Have you ever thought about it this way about moving things that don't serve you rather than adding more things. i think. We have a tendency to add more things. Like we're always in this quest for happiness and it's about stuff and things wanting to add things to distract us right in. I'm all about distraction especially in the throes of a craving or high anxiety or when. You're super upset. I think in those moments one of the best things you can do is kind of distract yourself until some of that emotion comes down in then. You can figure

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Matthew mcconnahey on dose of leadership. I can't believe it what was show my friend good to be here. It's a great topic to talk about will never go out of style talking about this job. Yeah no can. I say i love the book i read it and i listened to it to different experiences and i'm glad i did both because the visual aspect of the book was i listened to it i because it is easier for me being on a plane and stuff but then i read it and i. It's like i got two different experiences. I got a lot out of it doing both ways. I he said that to you about a few bums. Somebody said to me. When i read it they they read it it with their own voice. Yeah in the hear me read it audio only for short hair my voice and hey heard laughed in places that they didn't laugh when they read it herbie point out certain things that maybe they'd skipped over and toast the reading same book but getting two different things out of it each. Yeah no it was just great. And i think it was. I don't know it was a great book. For the time i think for the year i mean it was profound a lot of ways in the sense and i thought well god this would be a good topic because there's so many areas of leadership and i don't know if you've ever looked at it that way but at least it's a big umbrella a lot of stuff you talk about in here and this show is about like how to kind of navigate through life and that's what the book is rate and i love the concept of the green lights but to me the i talk a lot about on the show and i used to come from the marine corps. The biggest thing i learned is like how to be a composed forcing a chaotic situation. And that's what your book was to me was like you seem to embrace this idea. That look man. It's never smooth. It's never a straight line it's jagged it's up and down and those red lights and the yellow lights that we come across. There's a that's the stuff that kind of shapes us and there's green light assets. I think is the term that you used that are inside of those things that resonates with me because i think life is about. You can lead a significant life if you can learn how to be composed force in a chaotic situation. And that's what i got out of your book. How does that resonate with you. I say i love that term to please remind me that i got to write it down now but i really like composed force in chaotic situation. Yeah i mean you know. I don't care what your i don't think it matters what someone's beliefs are whether they're a believer in another life after this or if they're sort of hey life's all about cruelty. We're just dying every day. That's all that's all fine or if you're an eternal optimist you know every day great. We've got another son rose for me. That wasn't guaranteed ever way. Jeter ever end of the spectrum anyone's from either way the more proactive the more constructive. The more the more healthy more fun choice is to go well by believe in that you know we're just dying off every day in the world's cruel and it sucks to be here that's fine shake hands that so now we might as well do it with pleasure in it with dignity. Is that bring that that that that line later in the book right. Say in those times where we feel like. It's all for nothing more. The math of the world adds up to say. Oh tall for nothing. What it's in those moments that are part and parcel with only. It's all for everything right. The alternative you know. And i'm wishing hallmark card delusion i'm trying to. I'm not a fan of that stuff. I'm not a pep rally. Cheerleader guy. i'm trying to find practical stuff. I've tried to find it my own life and of it is to pull another line for the book. If you do have an island point of view okay well then purchased this once. you know. it's a near dawn right. So if you're going to say oh. It sucks within go. Well okay gonna make the best of it however so i think that's what you what you're loading to in certain times where my red and yellow lights in the l. All having when. I bring up something as simple as sense of humor being default emotion on not within the contradictions that that i'm not i'm not i'm using bring that up. Say that doesn't deny the crisis now. It's just another tool to help you deal with it. It's more survival. And some of these things maybe thrive but at least can use to help better survive. And how little more satisfaction getting through this rodeo. We're all in right. you know. it's not. It's not even fair to say it's a a a typical book that i mean it does. It does have things that you can apply to your life. But it's not a how to book is a memoir sweat slash. These are the things that worked for me. Take it if you like it. If not i don't i don't you know this is what this is. What my life is did. You is that i guess. What was the intent when you set out to right. It wasn't to help people like myself or help other people or was it just to kinda get your authentic self out. There was a deleted legacy for your kids. it was all the above. What was it. I mean i mean somewhat all the above started off i thought it was gonna be before i opened up that big trust of journals to see what i had in them ones. I've been keeping for the last thirty six years i i. I had an idea of what i thought i was gonna find. You and i thought it would be very academic. I thought it was going to be very self help. I thought it was going to be sort of. If then if then and i like some of that but again back can start to lean into that hallmark or world and self has got. You know we've all i've got. I've got a decent relationship with with with self help. But i like i like my sort of wisdom to have little more context and allow me the individual to have the power to go rhino acting. Apply this in a different way and my position and this is i can apply in a particular way that no one else can. We each can do that.

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"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mcconaughey" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Hanging out there. I'm a lifelong new yorker <hes>. Hanging out in crested butte colorado. Right now and <hes>. On monday night there was barely any moon in this guy. Nine thousand feet so there's no clouds and there's a meteor shower and it was on the news so i went outside so midnight. I'm standing out in the middle of nowhere. Like ink black skies that stores are just dripping into the ground and they're shooting stars kenley going across and i've got you in my right ear half reaching half telling stories and just thinking to myself. This is an interesting moment. My go-to places always been nature. It's where i stone and it seems like for you. There's somethin' can magical about the combination of nature in solitude. Also yeah. I like that term issues. It's where i touch stone. You said i like that. I'll steal that but a footnote you <hes>. Yeah for me on just on always can measure. I'm sam in la. I'm in new york. And i'm working. I'm hammered thanks <unk>. On the day to day gallaudet responsibilities. I'm good at doing that. But all of a sudden when i find is go i'll get ahead of time meaning arab six o'clock yet it's four. Twenty two off cheeks will slow down. So if i go click off check out to have my time in nature or be outside. Get back with the rhythm. That's my vertically stacked responsibilities income comeback guys it was fuel embassy to about three fifteen and i look at the mark o'clock. Don't wear a watch the phone as three seven t there we go okay like a minute or two behind actually my favorite spot just a hair like that like that like a great drummer <hes>. Like the like. The drummer was on that <hes>. That that was a these things drivers just on the back side of of the to not not on the front side of the wave just on the back side of the way and then i find that things. All that vertically stacked responsibilities that i'm feeling like accomplishes accomplished knock this down. And i you know start to run on reserve that lays down and becomes lateral in front of me and i can see it all sudden instead of the proverbial weight on the shoulders of that large stack. There's no late on the show because now it's loud in front of me. I can see wanted time. Gotta hop from lily badly. Get just as much or more with a lot less stress after and that's what nature gives me that clock. I think for me yes. No i love that man that really resonates also been thinking. Interestingly we're in this moment in time where the rate of not just speed but acceleration of everything boom boom boom boom boom. It feels like the way that most people are trying to quote keep up with that keep their head above water. Hold on for dear. Life is to accommodate by trying to develop the skill of moving faster right. And it's interesting because for me. What i've been really thinking about lately and kinda see is similar to what you just described is will maybe the better way to handle. This is actually light to cultivate the practices that allow you to slow down time and discern what really matters rather than trying to take it all in and keep up with everything you will the bandwidth we definitely. We would definitely some universally agreed on governor or sifter or or a drain to sift out a lot of needless frequencies or the did the non-constructive frequencies to make room for clear channel for the stuff that matters. That's dog onshore in may be that by process of elimination by process would make room for the things that that that really do matter. That are successful that you can you know have make a living with as well but also <unk>. Feed us may make room for that those bandwidths to to be de bruyne lighter and have more of an auto bahn you know in their transference <hes>. To and from us and when they get us even more of an audubon from art nugget to our heart you know that's another audubon frequency. I mean there's just a much sifted through. I think <unk> matters what doesn't end what's that governor <hes> for society enforces individuals. His oh this actually matched. And i sometimes think that society has gotten to point now where they actually see most of news frequencies that they all that sorta like. I'm taking it too seriously. Maybe like come on man. You don't need to believe that now. They're kind kinda feel excited behind the rag on lincoln to we know it's all soft porn. We gotta get it. We know it's all tmz. I mean this whole even even gleaning big about that with politics. It's up and go. Is everyone kind of get. Get the g. And is that a good thing that things that we had reverence for courtrooms that were never. We were never allowed in political leadership positions. That were by over there in that place on top of that hill that now we like. Oh that we've been in. There would be

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