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 Mel Gibson can testify at Harvey Weinstein trial, judge says

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Mel Gibson can testify at Harvey Weinstein trial, judge says

"Mel Gibson can testify at Harvey Weinstein's trial I'm Lisa dwyer a judge has ruled that Mel Gibson can testify about what he learned from one of Harvey Weinstein's accusers 66 year old actor and director Gibson was one of many trial witnesses whose identities were revealed in court Friday Weinstein is accused of sexual battery against the woman who was a masseuse and friend of Gibson's the judge and lawyers took a break from jury selection to argue over which witnesses and evidence will be allowed during the 8 week trial Weinstein has pleaded not guilty I am Lisa dwyer

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Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Brian Birdwell: When American Flight 77 Crashed Into the Pentagon

"My uniform that day was just leather shoes my polyester pants the belt the short sleeve button up shirt Name tag and access badge And before the moment of impact I'm in a 72° hallway and immediately after impact I am blown across the quarter set ablaze most of my pants and most of my shirt gone as I struggle to survive I came to that moment that I came to the recognition that I was no longer struggling to survive but it was in fact this is how the lord's calling me into eternity And I did what we in the military are never trying to do and that surrender quit give up collapse the floor and wait to die Thought about melon mat that morning my wife and my son that that morning when I said goodbye just like you know there were in fact Mel and I got the opportunity to meet the widow of the one Secret Service agent that was killed at the World Trade Center that was doing the I guess the pre work that is normally done for presidential and that that was that morning was the last I was going to speak to them until they joined me in eternity and by the large grace that's not what happened I did not decease I did survive the reform in Bill McKinnon Roy Wallace John Davies and carton on block that came out of a B ring door to be ring is the next innermost ring of The Pentagon the 5 rings 8 to E B is the second inside ring And they came out of that door came across me and I'd staggered about 25 30 yards in the condition of being skinned alive There's chunks hanging off of me my face has already beginning to swell shut just like the rocky in the first rocky movie my eyes are already beginning to swell shut but

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Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Sanctioned Russian oligarch's megayacht hides in a UAE creek

"In a dusty part of the United Arab Emirates where workers cycle by rustic tea shops one of the world's largest yachts sits in a quiet spot so far avoiding the fate of other luxury vessels linked to sanction Russian oligarchs The display of lavish wealth is startling but A380 seven foot motor yacht a's presence also shows the UAE's neutrality during Russia's war in Ukraine as the gulf country remains a magnet for Russian money The craft belongs to Andre Mel nishank on oligarch worth some $23.5 billion according to Forbes he once ran the fertilizer producer Euro chem and suek one of the world's largest coal companies the EU has included malna in a mass list of sanctions on business leaders and others described as close to Vladimir Putin I'm Charles De

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"mel " Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"mel " Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Thank you, Paul. Thank you. Let's go to red dog next. So now that we've one professional, we'll go to we'll have the antithesis of that coming up here. Red dog? God, I'm glad that it's finally over because I feel like I'm watching a reality show. Jim's the mental patient in the middle hospital, you're sitting there patenting patting him on the back, telling him how good he is where the mental pace you won't hit himself in the face and give himself a black eye because he's so full of crap. I mean, the guy's an idiot, okay? And Paul, you said the smartest thing you've said in the last 5 years. You said about three minutes ago, you said George is going to go all the way. I love that, Paul. Did you say George all the way tonight? I'll have to go back and listen to the tape red dog. Okay, well, and did I hear Jim's site that he gave the Georgia fire batting tips? At the baseball game? Did he say that? I don't know what he said. Well, maybe you need to go help the Tuscaloosa's out because George the beating two out of three and we started baseball. So, you know, you're right. I don't get used to it. It's going to be like that national championship game. We're going to dominate again tonight. It's going to keep happening. If you're a 5 star recruiter, come back and because you know what? Totally smart, one of national championship at 46. Paul Nick couldn't do it to his 54 go dogs. It's going to be a dog night here in Vegas. We are taking a break. We've already talked to Dan landing, the Georgia defensive coordinator. Now the head coach at 36 years old at the university of Oregon. You heard Luke fickle. We've had Jesse Palmer. So many more, including Mel kiper junior coming up shortly. As long as I can remember,.

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Author Andrew Klavan and Eric Discuss 'The Truth and the Beauty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Author Andrew Klavan and Eric Discuss 'The Truth and the Beauty'

"Volks welcome back, I'm talking to Andrew clavin. Do you understand? I'm talking to Andrew clavin, he's written a book called the truth and beauty. It's an amazing book. It is at least brilliant, at least, brilliant. And it was just wonderful to read Andrew, I want to say, congratulations on really having the guts to write this book because I can see how a lot of editors or publishers would try to steer you in different directions. And you, obviously, said to them, shut up. Here's the book. And I'm so glad I'm so glad you did. There's only one editor that I could think of. When I finished it and I put it, as you know, I put a lot of work into it, I thought gee, if this one editor turns this down, I simply don't know where else where else I'll go. So Webster Joanne sees now the publisher of zander van, but he was my editor on my memoir, and he took it instantly. I'm not surprised. He would be the one that I would suggest and God bless him for doing that. Because this is an important book, and I think that, as I said, the level of writing what you get into, what really delighted me, as I mentioned this earlier, how you bring to life figures that I didn't really think of biographically. I mean, somebody mentions coleridge, okay, I've heard of the rhyme of the ancient Mariner. You mentioned keats, you mentioned it. These are figures that I had not really come to appreciate as human beings, just as these names behind poems.

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Author Andrew Klavan Pulls People in With 'The Truth and the Beauty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 7 months ago

Author Andrew Klavan Pulls People in With 'The Truth and the Beauty'

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Andrew clavin with a K into clavin has written a weird, wild, wonderful genius book. It's called the truth in beauty, how the lives and works of England's greatest poets point the way to a deeper understanding of the words of Jesus. Now, Andrew, I'm a poetry guy, I'm an English literature guy, but what you do here in this book, which I think all the best books do is you introduce people who aren't poetry guys or English. You pull people in. And I want to embarras you further and say that you're a great writer. You're writing is great. The ideas are amazing, but the writing itself. Right in the beginning, you use the word Kaka lorem. And I thought, I'm in. Whatever he's selling, I'm in with this guy, but there are words throughout the book that are just like these brilliant archaic, funny words and stuff. So let's talk about the guts of this. How in the world do you go from actually no, explain to my audience if you would, who were the romantic poets? Just because it's your understanding of the history of romanticism and that movement, which I think I had forgotten 85% of what you say in here. So it's kind of an amazing primer on literary history and history. So talk about that because it's fascinating. Because the thing you usually hear about the romantics was there was an age of reason and everybody was reasonable and then the romantics came and they reacted and they didn't like reason. They wanted to have a motion, which is utter nonsense. That's not what happened at all. You know, they lived in a time that was so much like our time that it is truly uncanny. I mean, the comparisons are everywhere. They lived in a time when science was changing everything. And so people were losing their faith. The structures of the world church and state were collapsing and being shown up as unable to take them into the new era. And just to be clear, you're talking about the latter part of the 18th century. So this is the lead up to the French Revolution. I mean, the level of chaos on the continent, just hard for us to imagine what that would have been

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'The Truth and the Beauty' Author Andrew Klavan Is Complicated...

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

'The Truth and the Beauty' Author Andrew Klavan Is Complicated...

"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:25 min | 7 months ago

"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Really. I've got some, I got some basic questions for you. And then I'm going to let you go. Okay. And get on with your career. All right. I have I have really loved you for long time. Not only because, but mainly because you have been in the Hollywood world and you have taken your fate seriously and you have used your platform in the business to talk about the things that most people want to talk about, which is to say, God and God related issues. So my question for you is brother when when did that begin for you that desire to do that in Hollywood? I'd say it became more apparent to me probably somewhere in my late 30s. And, you know, but why? In other words, is that because, you know, you have kids and you're beginning to think like, hey, I'm pretty successful. Maybe I need to give back. I mean, so in other words, this is something. You wander through a wasteland for like 20 years, right? And you kind of start scratching your head thinking, and things aren't going so well. Maybe I should do things a little different. And you begin to reexamine things that once you held firm and maybe you relax with, you know, you let it go. And so it's just a gradual process of, I think, working on your stuff, trying to improve yourself. Because, you know, we're all, we're all tend to sort of be egotistical. You know, it's all about me. You know, and it's pathetic, you know? I've never had that problem. You never had that? No. Well, you deserve. You'll ever meet Mel, I just want that right. I'm not afraid to tell you. Well, those of us who've watched who've watched your career and you're willingness to put it out there. I mean, the passion, the hell that you took when you were trying to bring that to the screen. As you know, there were millions of people cheering for you and what you were doing. And we're cheering for you right now with the father stew film. We're just we're proud of you. Your voice for a lot of people. So let me ask you with regard to this film, how did you get involved in this film? How did this come to you? Yeah, this came through a screenplay. Well, Mark was involved. And Rosie was involved. And I look at the screenplay that she had written and I was really charmed by it. I thought it was funny. And it was poignant. And it wasn't too sanitized or saccharin. It wasn't preaching to the choir. It was a story about real people who were pretty, you know, venal in many respects, as we all are. And it showed you a path that this man took a true path, and where he got to and where he ended. And it's kind of a triumphant kind of, you know, pretty inspiring story. And I liked it. I dug it, you know? It's absolutely, you know, it's beautiful, again, that you are using a platform you have to get these stories out there. There is a hunger for it. But do you remember at least I do. I remember when you were trying to raise money. You Mel Gibson are trying to raise money to put the passion on the screen and I was fascinated how difficult that was for you. It's astonishing to me how hostile Hollywood and even not just Hollywood, but people are afraid, but you push through. I would say. Well, it was I had trouble distributing the film. And but I found a distribution company that would do it. And off we went, I financed it myself, of course. So it was not something that was done by a big studio or any 7 sisters didn't dig it. But eventually, it came out. I mean, it was distributed overseas by Fox. And of course, in a domestically by a company, oh man, what was their name? What was the name of that company? Can you imagine can't remember, man, it's gone now that company, but yeah. Well, listen, speaking for a lot of people, we really love you. We're proud of what you've been doing. And we really look forward to the launch of this film. Yeah, well, thank you. And, you know,.

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Andrew Klavan Discusses His New Book 'The Truth and Beauty'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | 8 months ago

Andrew Klavan Discusses His New Book 'The Truth and Beauty'

"Folks I can take my conversation with Andrew clavin KLA van, the book out today. It's called the truth and beauty how the lives and works of England's greatest poets, point the way to a deeper understanding of the words of Jesus. And Andrew, part of the fun of this book is being reminded. Because you tell these lovely stories, these powerful, beautiful, funny stories of all these characters and how they interacted with each other because, you know, we think of them as names in the Pantheon. But the idea that Milton, for example, John Milton, who proceeds all of these figures. But that he was a human being. And that he was this kind of a person and not that kind of a person. And how his work led to some of them. I guess it was wordsworth, right? Who was obsessed with Milton? Yeah, he wanted to rewrite basically Paradise lost the story of the fall of man, Milton's brilliant poem on the fall of man he kind of wanted to rewrite it as a mental event. And he never quite got around to it. He never quite did it, but he was obsessed with art behind the news. There's the one piece of bad advice college gave him. He told him he should be writing longer poems, but it was really words with shorter poems that are great. Well, it's so funny. But just the way they all interacted with each other. We forget really that that was the case, at least most of us forget that kind of thing. But you bring them to life. You also talk about keats. I mean, my goodness, he died at age 25. And according to you, and I want to ask you about this, you say that you think he was the greatest poetic genius since Shakespeare. Now there are a lot of poetic geniuses out there. What makes you have that, I guess, judgment about keats, because of course he wrote so little, ultimately, because he died so young, but what was it about keats that makes you kind of put him up there at the top of the Pantheon? It was really the, you know, it's really the truth and beauty his poetry is so beautiful to read and so dense, so packed with meaning the way Shakespeare's is that you could hesitate between two words without ever getting to the end of the way they reverberate off each other. The title of the book comes from him from his ode on a grecian urn in which he's basically contemplating how art leads us into eternity. And the grecian urn says at the end of the poem to humankind, it says beauty is truth, truth, beauty. That's all you know on earth and all you need to know.

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Mel Gibson Reflects on His Struggle to Get 'The Passion' Distributed

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Mel Gibson Reflects on His Struggle to Get 'The Passion' Distributed

"Do. I remember when you were trying to raise money. You Mel Gibson are trying to raise money to put the passion on the screen. And I was fascinated how difficult that was for you. It's astonishing to me how hostile Hollywood and even not just Hollywood, but people are afraid, but you push through. I would say. Well, it was I had trouble distributing the film. And but I found a distribution company that would do it. And off we went, I financed it myself, of course. So it was not something that was done by a big studio or any 7 sisters didn't dig it, but eventually came out. I mean, it was distributed overseas by Fox. And of course, in a domestically by a company, oh, man, what was their name? What was the name of that company? Can you imagine can't remember, man, it's gone now that company, but yeah. Well, listen, speaking for a lot of people, we really love you. We're proud of what you've been doing. And we really look forward to the launch of this film. Yeah, well, thank you. And, you know, enjoy it. It's actually kind of funny. I'm sure it

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"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:23 min | 8 months ago

"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Bit. I've got some, I got some basic questions for you. And then I'm going to let you go. Okay. And get on with your career. All right. I have, I have really loved you for a long time. Not only because, but mainly because you have been in the Hollywood world and you have taken your fate seriously and you have used your platform in the business to talk about the things that most people want to talk about, which is to say, God and God related issues. So my question for you is brother when when did that begin for you that desire to do that in Hollywood? I'd say it became more apparent to me probably somewhere in my late 30s. And, you know, but why? In other words, is that because, you know, you have kids and you're beginning to think like, hey, I'm pretty successful. Maybe I need to give back. I mean, so in other words, this is something. You wander through a wasteland for like 20 years, right? And you kind of start scratching your head thinking, and things aren't going so well. Maybe I should do things a little different. And you begin to reexamine things that once you held firm and like maybe you relax with, you know, you let it go. And so it's just a gradual process of, I think, working on your stuff, trying to improve yourself. Because, you know, we're all we all tend to sort of be egotistical. You know, it's all about me. You know, and it's pathetic, you know? I've never had that problem. You never had that? No. Well, you deserve. All right, you'll ever meet Mel. Is that right? I'm not afraid to tell you. Well, those of us who've watched who have watched your career and you're willingness to put it out there. I mean, the passion, the hell that you took when you were trying to bring that to the screen. As you know, there were millions of people cheering for you and what you were doing. And we're cheering for you right now with the father stew film. We're just we're proud of you. Your voice for a lot of people. So let me ask you with regard to this film, how did you get involved in this film? How did this come to you? Yeah, this came through a screenplay. Well, Mark was involved. And Rosie was involved. And I looked at the screenplay that she had written, and I was really charmed by it. I thought it was funny. And it was poignant. And it wasn't too sanitized or saccharin. It wasn't pre show of the choir. It was a story about real people who were pretty, you know, venal in many respects, as we all are. And it showed you a path that this man took a true path, and where he got to and where he ended. And it's kind of a triumphant kind of, you know, pretty inspiring story. And I liked it. I dug it, you know? It's absolutely, you know, it's beautiful, again, that you are using a platform you have to get these stories out there. There is a hunger for it. But do you remember at least I do. I remember when you were trying to raise money. You Mel Gibson are trying to raise money to put the passion on the screen. And I was fascinated how difficult that was for you. It's astonishing to me how hostile Hollywood and even not just Hollywood, but people are afraid, but you push through. I would say. Well, it was I had trouble distributing the film. And but I found a distribution company that would do it. And off we went, I financed it myself, of course. So it was not something that was done by a big studio or any 7 sisters didn't dig it, but eventually came out. I mean, it was distributed overseas by Fox. And of course, in a domestically by a company, oh, man, what was their name? What was the name of that company? Can you imagine can't remember, man, it's gone now that company, but yeah. Well, listen, speaking for a lot of people, we really love you. We're proud of what you've been doing. And we really look forward to the launch of this film. Yeah, well, thank.

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When Did Mel Gibson Decide to Talk About His Faith in Hollywood?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | 8 months ago

When Did Mel Gibson Decide to Talk About His Faith in Hollywood?

Mel Gibson Discusses His New Film "Father Stu"

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:11 min | 8 months ago

Mel Gibson Discusses His New Film "Father Stu"

"Well, those of us who've watched who have watched your career and you're willingness to put it out there. I mean, the passion, the hell that you took when you were trying to bring that to the screen. As you know, there were millions of people cheering for you and what you were doing. And we're cheering for you right now with the father stew film. We're just we're proud of you. Your voice for a lot of people. So let me ask you with regard to this film, how did you get involved in this film? How did this come to you? Yeah, this came through a screenplay. Well, Mark was involved. And Rosie was involved. And I looked at the screenplay that she had written, and I was really charmed by it. I thought it was funny. And it was poignant. And it wasn't too sanitized or saccharin. It wasn't pre show of the choir. It was a story about real people who were pretty, you know, venal in many respects, as we all are. And it showed you a path that this man took a true path, and where he got to and where he ended. And it's kind of a triumphant kind of, you know, pretty inspiring story. And I liked it. I dug

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"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"mel " Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Your happiest spring starts with Lowe's, and it all starts with a beautiful green line. Keep it looking sharp and save $50 on the cobalt 40 Volt self propelled mower. Was three 99, now just three 49 and give the rest of your yard a healthy boost with a bag of our premium mulch. At the everyday low price of 360 eight, create a season full of happiness at Lowe's, home sandy budget, homes any possibility, selection varies by location, while supplies lasts about three 31 through four 6 mulch off excludes Alaska Hawaii, U.S. Army. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey, Alvin, guess what? What in a couple of minutes we're going to play my interview with Mel Gibson. Ah, that's great. Folks, it's coming up in this segment. Not in the next segment. In a couple of moments, we're going to play my conversation with Mel. Gibson, and I got to tell you, later today, we have so much good news right now. I've got to spit this out in a couple of minutes. Mel Gibson coming up in a moment. After that, my conversation with Andrew clavin, who has written one of the most wonderful books I've read in a very long time. It's called the truth and beauty. This is what we call next level conversation. Andrew clavin, I am so excited that you get to hear this study. This is a big deal, folks. Big deal folks. Big deal. Andrew clay, and you'll see, you probably haven't heard of him. You might not know who he is. Oh boy. I want to, in fact, I want to get him, I want to interview him for Socrates in the city. That would be great. It's going to be amazing. Speaking of Socrates in the city, this morning I got an email from the family of Charlie duke. Who's Charlie duke? Only the tenth man to work to walk on the moon. Charlie duke, the astronaut who walked on the moon in April of 1972. We're coming up on the 50th anniversary. I want to get him on this program to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his walking on the moon. We're working on getting astronaut lunar module commander Charlie duke in a couple of weeks. We haven't had a few of those in a while. Can you believe that? That's great. So we got Charlie duke, did I mention Laura Logan? Oh, no, you didn't. I didn't mention Laura Logan. Folks, Laura Logan was the star of CBS 60 minutes. And she is speaking truth in a way that has gotten her canceled. By Fox News, which went mainstream, I guess they went to the dark side. I don't know, but we're going to talk to her about that tomorrow..

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

"We're talking to eugenia Constantino. The book's crucifixion of the king of glory. I hope you will get a copy or several copies. Jeanne, you've done it's a masterwork and I'm just so thrilled that you wrote this. And I hope you're going to write many more books. But I was just talking about you say at some point in the book that in Mel Gibson's the passion, which, in many ways, I think, is a magnificent movie and a work of devotional art. It's not like, hey, you want to see if a movie get the popcorn. It's a work of devotional art. But the identity of the Mary talk about that. Well, it was Mary Magdalene, of course, is the most famous of Jesus's female disciples. And unfortunately, in Mel Gibson's movie, he portrays her as the woman accused of adultery that is very famous story that Jesus saves from being stoned to death, and then she becomes his follower. Well, Mary Magdalene was not even a prostitute. And of course, this is something that's probably going to be surprising to a lot of your listeners or viewers because this is sort of become western tradition that Mary Magdalene was a former prostitute. And the first person ever to say that was a Pope, unfortunately, Gregory the great Gregory, the first who lived around the year 600. 600. Yes, so this is the 14th century's long screw. Yes, yes. Totally. And he made this up and identified herself. Unfortunately, western Christians identify with her as a sinful, former prostitute, I would hate to have somebody say, you know, 600 years later that I was a

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In 1985, Joe Biden Used the N-Word

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 10 months ago

In 1985, Joe Biden Used the N-Word

"And Larry elder had a great tweet today. He writes poor apologetic Joe Rogan. He now says whites should never use the N word no matter the intent or context. Larry says, no, shall we cancel Mel Brooks? So he can repent for the crime of the movie blazing saddles. Or how about this guy? I'll play a clip for you. Maybe you'll recognize his voice. This is from years ago admittedly, 1985. Patient that important legislatures and legislators and defeating the Nunez plan in the basement said quote, we already have married. We don't need any more big shots in a court cited evidence of discriminatory intent on the part of other legislators, including the representative who testified at the court hearing. You know, I wish we could get a more accurate way to beep because sometimes the beep, especially when she spotted somebody's talking fast like that. And I debated whether to beep it because we don't do a great job of bleeping things. We always go overboard. I just want a little quick bleep. That's Joe Biden. Using the N word, not saying the N word using the word and in fairness in context, he was quoting somebody else. But that's what Joe Rogan did. Years ago, he was doing the exact same thing.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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"mel " Discussed on The Garden Question

The Garden Question

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on The Garden Question

"More memorable moments you observe a family in their tree purchasing process. There are several of those. One I remember specifically, this was a little bit judgmental and I don't like be that way, but you can sometimes tell the economic and well-being of an individual by how they dress and their clothing, the kids that come along with them. And I remember a single mother who obviously was economically challenged a few years ago that came through our farm and she had a couple of small children they were maybe 8, 9, ten, and they wanted a natural Christmas tree. They walked around and we pre price as many other choosing got operations do. Every tree that is for sale is tagged in the field. Price according to the quality of the tree, the species of the tree, the height of the tree. A number of attributes that go into it that are evaluated by someone who knows what Christmas tree pricing should be and what the attributes of people look for are. We have some fairly inexpensive trees and we have some fairly expensive trees depending on the species and the size. This lady was obviously looking for an inexpensive tree. She happened to find a tree and brought it up and it was not a very good tree quality wise. But at our location, we have shakers. We have multiple bailing stations. We pre drilled trees. We trim the trees for the customer. We do a number of things. We wrap them. We drill them for pin type stance and things of that sort. I happen to be running on one of our bailers that day. And I was bailing the tree and this lady and her children came to my bailing station. I don't know what the tree was. Maybe it wasn't $20 Tree or a $25 Tree. As I ran it through the valor and the kids were just ecstatic about having a real tree. I got it wrapped up, bailed and handed over to her. And I said, you know, every so often we give away a free tree. And it just happens that your number came up for this particular tree. This tree is not going to cost you anything. And when you go to the bay booth over there, you tell a Mel said, this tree is free and it will cost you nothing. She started tearing up a little bit because it was just such a heartwarming experience to me, but it was such a real experience to her that she didn't have to pay the 20 or the $25 for that tree. Those are the kind of things that you remember. We do give away a lot of things. Christmas is about giving and that's one of the things that we make a very strong point in. We just try to accommodate people and again at the risk of being judgmental, you can often tell who will be economically challenged to buy that product and who will be eternally grateful when you give it to them for free or at a reduced price. Sometimes people don't have a stand for the tree. And so if you buy this tree, this stand is included. It'll be an acceptable stand, but it again takes the cost factor out and conveys in my mind, the Christmas spirit. That again goes back to our discussion earlier. It's Christmas, keep it real. And this is what we try to do..

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Sam Ashgari Puts His Foot in His Mouth

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Sam Ashgari Puts His Foot in His Mouth

"Ask Gary is at the red carpet for the House of Gucci. I don't know why, because he's not is an actor now. I don't know what he is. Some reporter from variety pulls up to him and asked him to weigh in about Britney's recent conservatorship victory. Saying that Brittany with the support of her fans is the reason she's finally free and he goes, I'm so happy for her. I've been a backbone for her as much as I could, but this is all on her. She's been a rock, I don't know about that. She inspires me to do what exactly Sam to keep holding the camera to shoot her fucking Instagram videos, which is so embarrassing. What does she inspire you to do? She loves her fans, so, you know, all the fans and their effort kind of make this become, you know, possible. So I'm happy for her. Okay, so far so good. Saying the right things. Then variety points out that things have been good for you as well. Like the role you just landed in Mel Gibson's movie hot seat. And he gave a special shout out to his lady Brittany that she made a little possible. He said, look, I'm just living my life and having a great moment. I just want to thank Britney for putting me on the map as far as, you know, everything else that's going on in my career. Once again, what career are we talking about? She helped me so much with that. Let's be real. Let's be real now, right? So he's doing the right things. He and the stands where he's at. But he only wanted to talk Britney to variety. And I don't even think he knows what variety is or what it does or who it's for. But when it came time to talk to Entertainment Tonight, while Britney's name was brought up and he quickly changed the subject. The chick from ET was like, what's it like to see her be free at the 13 years and you've worked so hard for it? And he goes, I'm just excited here for the movie. I can't wait to go inside and see the movie now. And he walked away. That's an epic fail. As useless as this guy is the last thing he needed was to open his mouth. First of all, did you all think his voice would even sound like that? Have his balls dropped yet? Have you seen the video find the video, please? Britney has gone on to crucify other people like Christina Aguilera and other pop stars who she feels haven't been completely honest or sincere when the topic of her tragic life comes up. And now this guy pulls the same shit. He should be the top ornament of the Christmas tree she just put up on Instagram last night. The top branch should be straight up this guy's

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"mel " Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Your mind is as needless forest, and awful these different colored trees in the dark ones et cetera representing toxic and so on. But the middle is perfect, and that's who you are that middle part is what actually is constantly driving and keeping your mind going. But choice comes in think feel too think you'll choose aired the outside of the forest, but the inside of the forest is the real Mel, so when you high 5, you actually, the wonderful beta wave expanded, you jumped into the middle of the forest and you looked at yourself from that angle for the first time. Up until then you've been on the outside looking in through this. So this has been your vision through the TVs and these and these, but that wasn't telling you the truth was telling you about everything that the world has shaped you to be and told you and past and torment all that stuff. And that's been very dominating force, but by you high fiving you then brought this up and you started forcing yourself to look at that. And somehow in doing that, you brought up your cool nature you stepped into the middle of the forest. So the silence was the silencing of the messy mind. So three levels, non conscious which works 24 7 huge infinite so fast speeds of ten to the 27 inconceivable speed. The conscious mind only work when you're awake and it's slowed and your operator 2000 actions per second, we build around about 8000 thoughts a day on average and each 30 formed by thoughts popping up from our unconscious mind through the subconscious into the conscious. So there's 20 to 30 to 50,000 things going through our head, building plus existing. And that is very messy and we can manage that we brilliant. But what happens is when this win is a lot of toxicity, it becomes very overwhelming, and when the toxicity is driven by a identity that's in crisis, which is what most of the world are, which.

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California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill

"Surfers and swimmers have returned to the weights at southern California's Huntington beach a little more than a week after an oil pipeline leak off shore the re opening of what many call surf city USA came far sooner than many expected that's the spill became apparent a few troops Mel blanketed the coast and blobs of crude began washing ashore but officials say water quality tests now show no detectable levels of oil associated toxins and Avan ados E. with the California department of fish and game tells KABC they have not found a lot of oiled birds there's not a lot of bird population out there right now so in that respect we got lucky right it could be a different kind of hearing you might have ten thousand birds out there that's for the tar balls I dont see says they're not looking for the public's help we get it right you want the oil off just as fast if not faster than we do but oil is a hazardous substance while the environmental impact on wetland habitats has been less severe than initially feared advocates say they remain concerned about the long term impact I'm Ben Thomas

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"mel " Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"Point two miles. Do the spectators stand back with their arms crossed at mile eight ago. I'm not cheering for you. You're only a mile late you loser. You're not even running that fast. That with the spectators due at a marathon race i don't think so flapping the entire high five and people. They're raising their hands and celebrating. Its the empowerment the celebration the support every step of the way that keeps somebody going and one of the reasons why this high five habit is cheesy as it sounds and as much as you're gonna resistant the reason why this is so powerful is because you don't have to do anything your body is actually designed to receive this the second that you raise your hand. This is called an aerobics just an entire field. Study our neuro plasticity plus aerobic physical activity when you do something physical. That's unexpected like high fiving your own reflection. You don't ever do that. And you marry it with a positive thought. It's the fastest way to create new neural pathways. The positive thought is already in your brain. The reason why you can't think something negative when you high five yourself may feel a little weird because new but you can't think something negative is because your brain won't allow it. It's already got this notion fused with. I believe you. I love you. I got you were in this. Let's go come on now up. Come on you got this. that's inmates. Celebration loves support connection all hard work. You have to do anything. I was talking to another one of the gross day. Teachers dr daniel ayman. He went out over this thing. He said mel. Do you realize why you feel energized. After you've done this five days in a row now why goes we'll because think about what you do when you cross the finish line everybody. What do you do for john here. What do you do when you wave to somebody. We put your hands near. What do you do when you hug somebody. Put your hands zamir. What do you do when you high five. Somebody put your hands in the air. Your nervous system is also coded and encoded with that energy of celebration when you raise your hand in that man so if you keep practising and making this part of your morning routine it's going to reenergize you. It's going to work because your nervous system is program this way from a lifetime of experience. Those high fives disliking high five. A runner every step of the marathon to encourage them to move forward. They build trust. They transfer energy. They say i believe in you. They build partnership. And i'm here to tell you life is hard. You need to build a partnership with yourself when you stand with yourself every single morning with a common cool nervous system grounded in your body and you look at yourself in the mirror with compassion and forgiveness and love and understanding and sport and you decide what game you're gonna play today and who you're going to be in higher gonna show up and you raise your hand and you seal that with encouragement support celebration. You'll be unstoppable because you will know the secret to life and that is never giving up on the person who is staring back at you in the mirror and making sure that no matter what happens. The one person who's back you've always got is the one that's always going to be with you and you've got an opportunity every single morning to start your day by taking care of that person instead of criticizing and ignoring them and if you're serious about changing your life if you're serious about feeling more fulfilled if you're serious about enjoying your life and being content and feeling like you're in control no matter what's going to happen that you have the ability to survive this you have the ability to grow. You have the ability to take this opportunity and make it something even bigger you can do all that every single morning with a simple gesture back by science. All die five. Hey i hope you enjoyed the session with mel robbins. Author of the high five had mixture. Go pick up a copy of her book. The high five habit. And if you'd like to go through a free challenge that might be running right now. Make sure you go to high five challenge dot com all day members get access to her challenge and they can take it anytime. They want at their own pace so growth. They members also receive coaching for mel every single month as well as coaching for me and ten other personal growth in wellness. Teachers is the world's number one person of our platform. For a reason. We architect it with your self improvement in mind. How do you make all the help stick. Sometimes you need an app for that you need your digital journal your goal setting your challenges your community your courses. You're audiobooks all in one. Place that tracks your habits and helps you get targeted recommendations to improving every area of your life. that's growth. they just go to growth day dot com..

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"mel " Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Is one of the most powerful directional signals on the planet. Because you're only jealous of people that are doing things are have things that you actually want. It's impossible to be faked jealous. Whatever you're jealous of is hitting something deeply personal fucking pay attention to it. Instead of stewing in it go flip. How could i take those things. That i'm really now really inspired by and take action and go get them in my life because the thing about jealousy is it's just your inspiration. That's walked mel.

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"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"To run in here and like suddenly like coming here with a gun and rob you. Would you be able to do a math problem at the same time. No and if you're jittery or anxious try reading a book. It's not you're not going to be able to really comprehend anything you're reading correct. And so this is one of these other things that builds you learning how to soothe yourself. You learning how to calm a weary nervous system so that you are able to receive the benefits of being able to raise your hand in the mirror in a. We have a name her in the book. But there's a person in this book that we write about that is using these tools in a domestic violence shelter and one of the things that i love about learning how to fill your deepest emotional needs for yourself. Is that even when his or her words not mine you know. She wrote and said you know mel here. I am in a situation where i have nothing. I am starting over for real but these tools are reminding me that at least i have myself beautiful. That's a good place to end it. I could talk to you forever. I know we have two five four three two one in order to just end the podcast. I'd door you. I love you. You're so powerful. And i think you know such a service to humanity with everything that you do and i just. I love the conversation. So thank you for being here today. Thanks appreciate it The new book is the high five habit available everywhere. We publish this podcast. There's a picture of mel back in front of the painting. That's right that we told the story about Everybody go pick it up. it's on audible. Also right as an audio book and also you've got this high five challenge thing join me enrich the high five challenge. It's a five day totally free To do the challenge I'm getting five million people to wake up five mornings in a row and start. Yeah just five million and start your day by high fiving themselves in the mirror and Every day there's video pep talk deeper dive into things like self confidence or self esteem and what's really cool is it's powered by something called growth and that allows you to be part of a community of people you can. Upload photos cheered on by lots of other people but more importantly you won't be alone standing in your bathroom and your underwear doing this cheesy thing. You'll have me supporting you. And millions of other people. Come to the i five challenge. Yes so where do they go to. High five challenge dot com. You can or Rich is going to provide a link. And if you end up joining growth day you might get a kickback to rich and support the price. Kind of affiliate thing great. Well you can go to high five challenge dot com if you want. Support the podcast. It looks like there's some kind of. I dunno swing back my way if you do that. I'll put that link up ended up staying with the challenges challenges free Awesome and don't.

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"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Figures. Wow i just directed everybody to get the audio and this was at an inflection point for audio books. Audiobooks hadn't quite tipped over into being as mainstream as they are now but that was that was like right around the time where it started to become a thing and audible is owned by amazon. So everything that happens on audible impacts the amazon algorithm so all of a sudden the five second rule shot up. It was the number one audiobook of the year in two thousand seventeen. It was the number six most red book of the year on amazon. It has been translated into thirty six languages in four years flat. It is sold millions of copies. And here's the most important thing i want you to hear. It is never made a bestsellers list. Right it's so crazy. But here's here's the thing i want. I want you to understand your dreams have purpose. I've always dreamt of being a new york times. Bestselling author never have been. That dream has a purpose and the purpose of that dream is to pull me through bullshit and my fears among zaidi an my sense of unworthiness to make me work for something but those dreams are not necessarily to be fulfilled. They are a vehicle. That gets you moving. There is something so much better in store for you than that dream. There's something bigger because what happened to me is by not making that dream. I've learned an entirely new business model. I mean i have a huge partnership with audible. Now you've done a ton of stuff with audible. You're one of their leading partners in the whole sort of listening space together. Yup i never would have known that had my head. I achieved my dream of being a new york times bestselling author if i had a successful traditional book launch. I never would be where. I am right now. Yeah there's no way no way satisfied. Your ego temporarily wrecked for the two weeks or whatever that it was on the list and then after that although all first of all you wouldn't have sold that many audiobooks because the book would have been available and you definitely would not have made the cake that would have all gone to the publisher which is insane. Because i'm sure you just printed money off of the audiobook yeah so self publishing looking pretty good now. Oh extraordinary divable. but so. here's the other thing that that taught me. It's what gave me that. Sort of high five attitude this mantra and the mantra. Because i as i was schlepping through airports and the book is out of stock and tony. Robbins faces everywhere. And i'm thinking. I'm the world's biggest failure i kept saying this to myself on. Repeat there is no way mo. If you've worked this hard that you will not be rewarded. You have to believe that this moment is preparing you for something amazing. That hasn't happened yet. Keep going you have to believe that this moment is preparing you for something amazing. That hasn't happened yet. keep going. And so i- repeated that over and over and over and over and over again. As i wanted to throw in the towel as i would start to bash myself as i would start to feel sorry for myself and be like no. There's just no way. I'm going to believe that. Something amazing isn't going to happen. I've worked too hard. Something amazing that hasn't happened is coming. And when you get yourself into that mindset. It creates a sense of resilience and momentum and resolve that you need in order to keep going when the shit hits the fan or when you feel disappointed or when life is beating you down and that was the other gift that moment. is developing a little tool to flip my mindset. When i wanted to start to feel sorry for myself. Throw the timeline out. Divorce yourself from expectations doubled down on that belief and maintain your like adherence to just moving forward and action. Much easier to say than to do. That's why i focus on tools because we all know what to do. It's the ham. Yeah i think when we start to talk about the self the quote unquote like self helper. Self-improvement space you start to hear words like you know motivation and inspiration. And how do i find my purpose. And we need to be living with passion. And i i just think for the most part it does more harm in good than good in the sense that it confuses people and i think it makes people feel bad about where they are in the moment. Because it often lacks any kind of practicality like it's sort of a measuring tool. Like oh i don't have passion or i don't know what my purpose is like. I must not have self worth that. All these other people seem all fired up and excited and here. I am little me over here. And i'm like you become a shrinking flour and so i think the vernacular around it like i i. I'm saying this. Because i want you to help me make sense of it for the person who's listening or watching who is in that place you struggling with the idea of of how to move forward and how to make sense of the idea of self empowerment and self improvement. Yeah so that brings us to the high five habit which is going to sound so stupid more stupid. This is my brand realize your it sounds stupid and it's backed by science. It's something mel robbins. Wants to talk about so the high five habit is for all of us but particularly if you're somebody that feels stuck or you're easily tripped up brought down by jealousy or guilt or procrastination or beating yourself up or comparison and honestly if you're breathing that's you you're who isn't This is an idea that once. I unpack it for you. You're going to literally go holy shit in a good way. Yes all right lane on me so.

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"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Aloe san francisco and a friend of a friend of a friend is the person curing it and they're looking for somebody that can talk about career change. Hello mel robbins. Hi everybody how are you. The chameleon careers fifty careers fifty careers. And she's a talker now. I had never given a formal speech stage now. People think just because you're a lawyer somehow you're a public speaker not true. In fact there are a lot of people that practice law. That are introverted. I don't happen to be one of them but I'd never given a speech. And so i get this email from this person asking if i'd be interested in giving talk about career change for this thing called tax they were offering Two tickets to san francisco And they were also gonna put us up in the saint regis hotel. That was the nicest hotel i stayed in. At this point we still have eight. Hundred thousand dollar leans on her house and kids under the age of fourteen. Relax yes a free vacation. So despite my fears of giving a speech we go. There was very little training. And i got on that stage and i literally had like a twenty one minute. Long panic attack If you look closely you will see the chess start to appear at about minute one. I'm darting all over the stage. Like a free blinding light. At one point. I jump off it. That was not planned. I think trying to escape and at the very end rich. I forgot how to end it. I wasn't supposed to talk about the five second rule because at that point i still thought it was so dumb. Like how am i going to possibly explain. I didn't know any of the science. I'd been using it for three years. I knew it worked. And i look out there. I forget how. I'm supposed to end this thing and i go. Oh away okay. This is the last part. Sorry so one more thing that you can use. I call it the five second rule. I call it the five second rule. The moment you've got an instinct act. You gotta move within five seconds. Rosser brain kelly..

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"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Everybody wanted to the podcast. If if if if you struggle with things like self confidence finally making those life changes you know you need if you with finding your purpose or if just the vernacular around self-improvement whereas like motivation inspiration and passion leave you more confused and deflated that empowered. You are in the right place my friends because today's guest. The queen of grounded science backed personal development. My friend mel robbins is here today to sort you out. Chances are if you're at all online you already know this woman. She's like everywhere but if her name doesn't ring a bell. Mel is a former lawyer turn. Cnn legal analyst turned tons of other jobs turned negga bestselling author talk show host and one of the most widely booked public speakers in the world. Her work includes global phenomenon. The five second rule. Her podcast inaudible is number one on that platform and her videos all told have over a billion views including not the least of which is her. Tech's talk which is called how to stop screwing yourself over. Which is one of the most popular. Ted talks of all time with over twenty seven million views. Nell is an absolute powerhouse. And it's all coming up in a few. But i were brought to you by my favorite super nutritious crazy delicious take it everywhere. I go athletic. Greens the all in one food staple that makes comprehensive daily nutrition. A snap a snap. I say in a nutshell athletic. Greens is one thing with all the best things. Just one tasty scoop of eiji one eighty one. That's a new term right well. Eighty one is athletic..

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"mel " Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on Good Life Project

"Online courses that have changed the lives of more than half million students. Worldwide and now her groundbreaking new book the high five habit as one of the most widely booked and followed public speakers in the world. Mel coach is more than sixty million people online every month and videos featuring her work have more than a billion views online including her tax. Talk which is one of the most popular of all time. But as i mentioned i know mellon different way. She's a dear friend of mine with this fierce intellect a giant heart and a desire to make a genuine difference in people's lives and often that starts with her own. She shares very publicly her own. Inner dance with anxiety and compulsion negativities and judgment. In this real relatable non-sugar coded way mel has found herself at the center of storms. That left are thinking. I can't take another thing more than once. In fact the last few years landed her in just such a tornado of calamity and yet somehow in those moments she seems to gain access to ideas that become tools that turn everything around and the moment. She feels their impact in her own life. She's off on this quest to understand how and why they were. What's the science behind it. What is the basis the rationale and then she shares them with the world. This is what she did with the five second rule and now the high five habit which became her second global phenomenon before the book was even released we dive into we dive into the high five habit and also why she tells you don't dismiss it because it seems deceptively simple. There is power underneath this simple idea and then we also explore a wide range of ideas and areas things like relationships parenting.

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"mel " Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on Good Life Project

"Before we dive into today's show my new book sparked is out. It's a book about being seen reclaiming agency and control reimagining. The way that you work and the way your work makes you feel. It's a book that'll show you how to live and work with more meaning and purpose and joy so pick up a copy at your favorite bookseller or just use the links in the show notes onto our show. I am super excited to share a dear friend in today's episode mel robbins. So mel is one of the leading voices and personal development and transformation. She's an international bestselling author. Her works include the global phenomenon. The five second rule four number one bestselling audio books. The number one podcast on audible as well. As signature online courses that have changed the lives of more than half million students. Worldwide and now her groundbreaking new book the high five habit as one of the most widely booked and followed public speakers in the world. Mel coach is more than sixty million people online every month and videos featuring her work have more than a billion views online including her tax. Talk which is one of the most popular of all time. But as i mentioned i know mellon different way. She's a dear friend of mine with this fierce intellect a giant heart and a desire to make a genuine difference in people's lives and often that starts with her own. She shares very publicly her own. Inner dance with anxiety and compulsion negativities and judgment. In this real relatable non-sugar coded way mel has found herself at the center of storms. That left are thinking. I can't take another thing more than once. In fact the last few years landed her in just such a tornado of calamity and yet somehow in those moments she seems to gain access to ideas that become tools that turn everything around and the moment. She feels their impact in her own life. She's off on this quest to understand how and why they were. What's the science behind it. What is the basis the rationale and then she shares them with the world. This is what she did with the five second rule and now the high five habit which became her second global phenomenon before the book was even released we dive into we dive into the high five habit and also why she tells you don't dismiss it because it seems deceptively simple. There is power underneath this simple idea and then we also explore a wide range of ideas and areas things like relationships parenting.

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"mel " Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"mel " Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Tony robbins eulogising the habits and hustle pressured today on the podcast. We have mel robbins. And i've been gushing over her for probably like twenty minutes before we started because know. I have a lot of people on this show that obviously i'm a big fan of it but mel to me is next level Because of what she does. She is truly a world class transformational and inspirational experts. She's also and for good reason. One of the most booked speakers in the world right not even in even just women speakers in the world almost never do women's events. Actually you do like you do like chase bank. Jp morgan box and microsoft. And yeah right like you. You kind of those transcend. It doesn't matter if you're a female male. Whatever i mean. It doesn't matter. So i am very very happy to have you at on this podcast because you always give such great advice information. Not nuggets of information that people can really implement and take in their lives and elevate themselves so with that being said..

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What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021

"Ten night is the night dancing with the stars. The season premiere some of our favorites. Cody rigsby from pelivan. Taking the stage. Mel sees taking the age more. Brian austin green. Joe joe joe see wa. She is going to be having a same sex partner and that has never happened before dancing with the stars. So that'll be a first time for that. She's going to do it. Cody should do it. To see your right code. He should do it to agree hundred percent. Ncis the season premiere. There's so many people excited about that. The voice the season for me. If you are just fan of television tonight is a good night. Because there's a lot of season premieres

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Jane Fulton Divulges Her Disaster Dates

Unhinged and Bumbled up

02:39 min | 1 year ago

Jane Fulton Divulges Her Disaster Dates

"Made you write a book about dating light. Why fell actually wish. Some of them were affection. But unfortunately i have been through the mel with dates to be onus. Okinawa started with a conversation with me. My friends about all the canal disaster dates have been on and the the mentioned that date at totally forgot by like all actually to write this down when older can lit back. Have a laugh at myself. And that's literally the conversation we had. So i started writing down my dates and it got to the point where there were so much content that i thought i need to do something with us. I completely agree out absolutely loved it. And even the little tagline that says fetishes funerals flatulence and fingers now mentioned funerals for everyone listening in stats. Somebody's somebody you. Yeah let's explain the funeral and what happened for everyone. Listening hasn't read the book. Why why would she both funeral. So this is One that people were completely shocked by 'em so short by this one myself So may i guy in a bar. Oakland well took my number and to be arranged to go for a walk in the park that weekend during the week a phone call at the blue foam him and he said instead of having the weekend. Let's meet met week if you know your feet today to meet and it was a nice sunny day in glasgow and i thought you know. I love the spontaneity of him. Just calling the blue afternoons thought. Why not and. sometimes. I think when you're gonna put on the sport there's less tank to be nervous. You're like oh this is happening. You're getting ready to figure there Where sometimes when you've got a date it's in a wild. You have that nervous feeling. You know that they'll absolutely so yeah turned up at the park. And he was distracted by as phoolan the whole time. He's looking at it. It kept ringing and he kept a clean in the coal politely. Said you know you can answer your phone. It's absolutely fain. And he said you know what my sister. She's in the park and she's trying to get hold of me. You know i'm like why's your sister in the park. The same park is as and masonry he came out with. My cat died last night. I'm we're here in the park to betteate. And i was saying to his cats funeral witch till this day. I still regret not going to. Because i would love to have seen that the displayed the you

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"mel " Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"mel " Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"The real voice mail On most social media tried to make it all work out like that so those are the best ways to reach me mel. How are you with your podcast in at the end. I've been given this advice. I'm so scared to do it by also me saying it's funny. Am saying it during the show but also for mine subscribe share. Add comment and hit the notification. Are you comfortable with saying that. Like you're the first person i've set it with an eighty three episodes but someone told me i better start doing it. Do you do that I don't currently and i've been trying to find a way to kind of put that in there. It's really interesting. Because i've been hired by many people to do that for them. And for their podcasts. You know do because they don't wanna be the one who saying that. But i've definitely have done it in previous ones like share. Subscribe common below and give us some feedback. So guess anals podcast on mine. Give us some feedback. Get the subscribe comment like and hit that notification button. Apparently it's something. I don't share it with your grandma and yes all gather around. Oh don't gather around. You're not allowed to gather nowadays. Not not right now. One final question mel sure. Why do you work. Why do i work. Because i love what i do. I really really love what i do and it really is one of those treatments where it's not that i. It's not that i don't do work. It's just that i get so much out of that At the end of the day or at the end of the week well. I know that i've done work. It doesn't feel like it's ben work and I think i can describe it this way when i was doing the The the circuit training. That i was talking about working with the physical trainer. I said to him you know interesting. Thing is the more that i do this. I find that the weights. Don't get any lighter..

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"mel " Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"mel " Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Wall i could but then i feel like i'm faking it but it does bring some livelihood to my voice. I understand that. But as i sit here and get comfortable. I just don't want to cross over that line of from being an impostor you're fraud before we get that though. Mel will always been your very first job outside of unless it was Invoice over but maybe as a kid so It's funny enough. I was actually just telling somebody this story today that i was a kid when i got behind a microphone so i was I was a high schooler. I think like a junior in high school Any prior jobs to that. I'd had were actually just kinda working for myself. So i was kind of an entrepreneur from the age of about nine What you do selling things. What did you do it. The like this is why we work so the idea of people wherever they start whatever. They've done whatever they're doing now. In all that path in between i find is interesting. And i find it's encouraging to people who say well what should i do. I don't know we'll look at mel allen. He's doing this now but he started doing that. Yeah yes when. I was a kid. I i did a lot of Kind of creative things. I just was a habitual drawer. Mike brothers picked up the guitar and didn't want me to hang out with him jam out. They were older so So they'd close the door. And so i just picked up a pencil and started drawing stuff and so i started doing commissions when i was a kid. So here i am. You know like nine years old I'm selling commissions. I didn't wanna mow lawns a lot. Although i did that for a couple of people that are really want to shovel snow. Although again i did that for a couple of elderly neighbors. So i did create a things to support myself. I actually sold bait ma funny enough because there was plentiful in the area that i was We had a lot of what we called nightcrawlers crawlers for my kid..

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