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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"I guess i'm getting a little too fast anyway. It seemed to deflate a little bit. And i was going down during the broadcast. It's still down a little bit Need to replace the office chair before tonight because tonight at eight. pm we ever show With susan champion. Who's going to be with me. Susan shelley spent twenty two years in the and six years on the personal staff of maharishi mahesh. Yogi.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Good thing and if you wanted something to pull from its a blog or video is great like an archive right for is hungry to like anything else. Depends on how you use it you know. And there's been so much talk widely online world and contin creation to help people with balls mentally. You've also reconciled with the fact that you're going to pad to if in order to really put yourself out there you've got the also be prepared ad for the consequences and you've got to be able to handle it and prepared to admit the wrong because if someone brings up something two years ago. Oh you don't agree with the be sort of coke in your own skin in to up with that and say that's wrong. I disagree with myself of my own sort of hindsight and opinions. And i now have more information than i did back then changed my beliefs and my thought partners and yes i agree. That's not right. That's not true honey pad to is almost like the safer you feeling yourself. The more comedy field the more grounded. You feel the most secure that you feel you go a lot further notice. The whole thing is home. Better mockingbird that float with his wings right now. it's not the himself qabail. It can fly. You can flow becomes side down and do all the things that it can do. Because he's got complete confidence in its wings. You know i couldn't. I don't have wings icon flight so i wouldn't be able to do any of those things more confident you feeling yourself you can handle the positives and negatives you can you know. Do you want your retraction speeches. You can say you were wronged. You can also debate stuff in a way and have discussions about stuff that a lot of reasons. Why people are struggling with their loss into the conversation. 'cause sometimes the conversation need to be half. It's your response to their response and not something that people need to improve on something that i had to work. In other yapping foolish things have gone by way for a while could very well change. And i'm gonna position live. I'm able to have come friends of people disagree with and not something that you only get into that space when you comforting to know put yourself out for not be having the right word you know married to your ideas prepared change everything's moldable everything's changeable everything's rollable. That's something that will allow you to be visible to put yourself out there because you're comfortable in you're secure in yourself right. It's called open-mindedness. And it's it's really important thing in life So the name of the book is called my introverted journey to being visible. It's available The mike o'brien that com- In the shop link over on now right at the top of the page appreciate Checking the book out and letting us know what you think about. Leave a positive review and all attendant stuff. Michael it's been great. I'm glad we were finally able to do this I know we tried a couple of times. I i think Failed efforts. Were my fault and i apologize for that But we we finally got to happen. I'm glad we did. And and thank you for coming today. And he's the final thoughts before we say goodbye. I guess the main is just to say found really great are sort of enjoyed. It really cool. The questions really goes on. I think that told wall about mail. That ultimately Is something you've got to commit to yourself. You've got to be in a state where you from really commit to where the lows as well as the highs about you've got to be prepared for the lows otherwise every time you go it will take you back in the u off the wagon more than just impact little bit. It will knock you off and so on. I really enjoyed it greater here. And thanks for coming in and say healthy and by fennell and we welcome back anytime by the way i could talking to you. 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Brian help you got a lot out of that You know it's an inspirational message. And i think one that you don't necessarily have to be born with a health condition to appreciate You know a lot of us are Interested and and every one of us has trauma and stuff especially coming from childhood. So there's a lot to overcome an At the overall message works for everybody no matter what your situation one humorous note to say You probably you may have noticed that. I seem to be getting shorter. My glasses a little crooked year. You sure to join the broadcast. My chair is a office. share For some reason it seemed to deflate..

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Realizing the i was putting off just by being myself was difficult to wrap my head around those difficult. I still have my moments of. This is almost too easy now. It's time to. I have to try and people benefiting what's going on what there's something wrong with people getting benefit from me just being mate right. That's something that. I had my head around early on when atop shaving like now before on interviews like this one on every other one since hat. This realization is walston merle. Go away once. The freakout goes away. Your movie anxious or sites activity what to the job. You've got the responsibility to make. Sure that the attention that you how the level of influence that you have. I'll that new right with you. Don't mess it up. You don't say the wrong thing you save something. I'm going to have to apologize for it because you did. The work before house in the amount of people that like say store just just because influence millions of people you just throw things around and then absolve yourself of responsibility afterwards is it. Why didn't know what would draw. She knew what would happen right well. That's that's a touchy kind of thing especially with what's going on right now and i tell you what i mean by that i agree with you. We have to be responsible for our words and things we put out there. No matter what how much visibility you have. It's really important to be responsible for your words but on the other hand people are really responding to authenticity so i think and i think authenticity in general is a great thing to have so i think if we have to think to carefully about every single word that we say in who might get offended by it and for what reason we we could were on a slippery slope with that being too much a worrying too much about people's feelings but on the other hand we definitely have to be responsible for what we say. It's a it's a know it's kind of the the real core of the issue of what you know with with what's going on with the divi- divisiveness in left and right in the world politically these days is that idea of. Yeah we like people speak their mind. But we don't like racist coming out. And you know blasting out or bigots in anyway blasting out bigoted ideas but then. Some people applaud them for being authentic. So it's a it's a it's a weird how when and we don't want people and everybody's going to be offended by something now it's a. It's a hard line to draw. It really is. The hotline. Can draw and i think reckon if you feel about what you're saying you shouldn't say it right. Anybody not shouldn't if it's all quit if it's like when i first started on my initial men tolls disabled strive for you. You say tree for you because show experience you call crushing experience. If you start giving back you don't have anything you'd be christner on experience you don't have anything else to draw from so that was my start trying to talk about other things i know nothing about. I do opinions over. The years of the comoros needed and i think that a lot of it is. You got to think before you speak first but then secondly if a lot of things the i do. Fortunately i don't have the luxury of white haters right now. Right now i feel a responsibility. Despite my pretty low level of influence right so people out there with millions upon millions for them to just say round stove. Did you feel any sense of your level of impact before you got a million right. It's why it's generally speaking unless you bought your followers. It's a progression. You've felt sort of flippantly throwing words around before you a strange situation whereas you need to realize that all containers one person to take your words wrongly in the wrong way for something about to go wrong now. I'm not gonna make the whole world walk on eggshells before they say anything for you. Can you can only do so much anyway. Someone like no matter how good you assume being. I'm going to how many cats you saved from trees so mom will thank you an idiot so sometimes i'm about how good you try to do. So being right yeah. I think the big part of it and this is the important part. I think that a lot of people missing and and It's just simply this when it is important to be authentic and you're right if something feels bad to you don't say it but if you say something that you think you're being honest about and somebody comes up to and points the damage that your words have done It's important to be honestly reflective into say to end to look at it and it was an open mind and say they right number one and when they when you come to the conclusion that they are right admit that you're wrong and have some sincere remorse for it and learn from it. And don't repeat that i think that's that's part of as so we see when when you know. They've said something really outrageous and they get confronted on it. They put put up a fight and dig in and say no. I'm not going to accept. This is no way. I'm going to admit i was wrong about anything and that just kind of leads us to where we are today with this. You know or at lock horns and it's not a good place to be I want if you think about it. Both sides will do it. And then you don't go anywhere. Both sides of the argument responding by digging it. And you don't really go anywhere so it becomes a very difficult situation because of that. You know you've got to be you'll be pad to speak your truth what you believe but then people pad to be wrong. Be prepared to change your opinions. It had to adjust and grow as a person. How the belief that i hold now. I didn't hold two years ago. So bring something i did two years ago. I'll agree that it was probably role of publicity. You're right it was two years ago. A lot of growth. Since then i was wrong. I think one of the. It's almost a downside to our content out left or other in this video will be on the internet. Whatever that's a wipe the slate clean install to get. I think you're right. I gave all to from now. Things are different. We said the incident. This again mocks it that and be like what do you think about when i go dodgy concept you got vincent you've got and so much goes into where it could be very different announces capacity the woman i'm giving now i think it's been a downside. Watch kevin hart documentary. He was ridiculed did ten years ago right and it was like. Oh my god. Can you imagine imagine anyone else they were. I'm thirty right so in my twenties. All you know.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Guests was all. I did as i didn't have anything to say. I don't know i don't know what i'm doing. Also and over. The years are realized. The i process the information with my own way of saying it and people like some positive it people white. How are how. I process information. And then with my own thoughts about it and over the years. I've realized that i'm better at doing that now. Than i was when i started. So the more information. I can accumulate the better castor as a person as a business owner. Whatever label sent to give me these days and what tends to happen is pretty much it so i listen to podcasts. My own show my own gas formulate my own opinions and then i shadowed by pretty much. What the sort of so low that did well. so what. what's the criteria. What makes guest when you look. I don't know if you look for them and they come to you. But what do you. 'cause you don't always have guests on now. You do these short little Inspirational motivational stuff in between what What would be the criteria. you'd like. Who's a good guest and how to go about finding like the right. Guess for because when i am just because amita when you say i knew i had nothing to say. Well even having a guest on is having something to say because you know you picking that gas because of their what they bring to the table so that you actually do have something to say what are you. What are you picking your guests on. What have you choose. I think that when i started it was anyone that knew some of the things that i didn't so i would have anyone. Everyone anyone and not boring for is wrong word thoughts. I found myself into the end of a conversation quickly. Because the giving me the same answers as somebody else right so over the years it was like talking about this again and this again and i'm asking the questions to get to the end because i know what the end is that it's all sort of white patton sort of building right sort of joining the dots for everybody and it's always great all works so the if that's what you'll show is and that's how you do it than there's no issue with that i for the most part of wanted. The variety wanted something unusual. Wanted something that was not vo. I haven't thought about i. I started. I went from being led by curiosity variety. Learning something new to fall into this like repeated patton. This is what the show is. This is what we're talking about. Every single episode got a bit samey and while some people might like that that we listen in maybe people would like the variety is more designed it. We have like ten guest spots about the or business owners the role entrepreneurs in their own way. And you ask them the questions and it just because the thing we've asked the questions is the ounces of ideally and how will supposed to be different. You ask them what was that. Like one of my go-to introvert bouncing bows out conversation questions. So what was that like. Similar alice's as especially with life coaches and social media gurus. I've had a lot on both of those That tend to be a lot of overlap in the answers. Ins and seconds. I have had some very unique Stuff you know Takes on on those subjects. But i will say to your point Doing a podcast. It's been the great. And i say this often probably sick me saying it but being doing a podcast who've been the greatest educational experience of my life more than college more than high school more than any vocational school. Any special training had Just getting the talk to people who come from different aspects of life and have different viewpoints and stuff as enlighten me in ways. I never expected. It's been a really really Interesting ride. I started with just paranormal stuff on radio thirty five years ago and it was you know mind. Dog magnificent show was completely about guys and ghost hunters and psychics and all that bigfoot you name it that kind of stuff so But you know. I didn't learn a lot in those days. Kind of you know was a of the bunker out came in from a musician. Magicians perspective thing. It's all bunk. But now i'm learning a lot more because i'm having a lot more difficult waters on and all that kind of stuff so have you thought about and i'm sure you have because just looking at your website. I can probably guess what it is. But your legacy. What is what's your mission because as you said before when you when you first started the podcast. You didn't feel like you had anything to say. Now you life is a statement in your what what you're doing the mission you're on with writing. This book is a statement So what is your legacy. Have you thought about that. I keep going back to is realized this early on. I didn't realize how difficult walls to actually walk. The path initially move. The ball wasn't merely for everybody else. Stars in the show started off for me. Because i didn't want to listen to eight hours of podcast today. I would rather find someone i wanted to do. And get it over with in two hours so it was trying to make my learning a little bit more effective in some ways. And i started. The show is a way all the people at the time. When i when i trace all the way back beyond so the concern is wanting to live in a way that gives people the commission. I guess to live that way. Yeah it's motivational inspirational. Body and realize what the responsibility was time. I saw you really good. 'cause i got my thirst medium exposure because of this personal training and health conditions. There was a local thing it was hit by local newspaper local radio people. Either your voice somewhere great. Thanks very much fifteen seconds of us a really piling up on radio now for it was something that initially thought. It was pretty cool because it was being about self esteem issues for years. Easily ovalles light two decades now..

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Off to anybody. Might know the whole people and on the in on my self confidence in myself and self sort of trust in myself just through the event without going around him toilet breaks. I don't mean which. By the way i've gone through events and i've gone off the i go don't need to go whereas i just call it the hallandale so many people in the same room right we overwhelming. Kanu it out somewhere smoked. It'd be great the reason to leave the events. But i don't smoke to come up with my own all sort of just got out of the room and i do that all the time off. You can't be an introvert. A lot of people in my own. Eight nine was a lot of people in my business would totally relate to that because if i'm on stage in there are twenty thousand people and i've been on stage in front of eighty thousand people and felt very comfortable if i were in a room with eight of those people in a in a small room just sitting there i would feel very awkward rhythm so i totally relate to that I wanna talk a little bit about your podcast and how it relates to this. Because what i'm noticing first of all is that a lot of the Podcast episodes of really short. They're like Little snippets of motivational type stuff were inspirational types. And then every once in a while you'll have a guest and you have a guest Who i've or ipad also nets howard bloom and that went on for an hour and fifteen minutes so It's it seems to me that some kind of When you're in the room with one like minded person it seems like you. Can you can carry a conversation a long time and be engaged in it right. You know an interesting guy to talk to. And he's kind of on your wavelength a little bit. He's a and you know So you feel comfortable in that kind of conversation right way. With how would. It was a bit different. They don't know don't feel listen to it for. He tells all stories on a lot of experience with the same thing he could say ten things about right so every one of my questions is like ten minutes of him. Twenty minutes of him full teeth and fifty seconds of me. Wow and then you go tell about Head but when he went from doing things as a preteen to do with science and ryan them accidents that led them finding lull getting involved with the pr side and it was random. It was completely rundown. We go into it. I didn't magazines and stuff. They had no idea what he was doing but he said the accident. Figured it out. And i just listened. I'm just watching to say anything. The microphone phenomena drink. Because i like to keep my voice reasonably warm if you will. Because i can get quite dry mouth. Sometimes that was literally it so it doesn't mean we have some guests where you sort of experiments says i'm sure the guest. You don't really have do anything as the host how it's one of those people guest where it will drag them through the interview with the gut to show thousands and you go okay. Yes they've been one or two with conversation. I'm people make my job easier. And sometimes people make my job. Heart look. Listening is one of my strengths thousands river so i listen i made no and then if i have to. If if the question isn't i'm not troll progression from what i said. I've got stuff to pull box. So i either keep become a -sation going forwards and backwards and forwards all men when you said this and they bring set before rather than just continuing on. I can pull out something if need be so. That's experience really. That's just the more you do to ease your ears and just about skill as i'm sure you don't even need notes. That at this point for so long bought is the ability to find your way of doing it. My men resolve full. Because i think about so much so much information going on is hard to keep hold of any of it the ad. David almost ruined my head. Just bouncing everywhere. So it's something that again is the combination of learning how you operate learning walks struggles. You'd have to overcome while you're doing it in finding your way. But my way pretty well altered episodes. Aw combination all. I want to get to the point. So there's no point in saying something in ten minutes that you can take three minutes or five minutes to the also builds the I call do three hour and a half interviews a day. I could wall and then i'm like a day all to break to reset myself become more social again and the rest is sort of like extra and the little bits and pieces and you wanna learn how how do it you know. I mean look early. His was very very easy. Right is is been on low. The shows he was on the joe rogan. Your show number shows. He knows what he's talking about. All i've got to do is listen made notes and bring things if need be the rest is him. I just sit there and do my thing is listening. That's pretty much my job. I think that sometimes as well check that one out that again i just. I'm sorry to interrupt here. I just want to let people know. It's called the mike show and it's the for if you go to ask mike show. I think it s mike. Sure dot com is it. Now it's the michael bryant Michael michael o'brien dot com And then the podcast link at asked mike show up on the top and check it out the first one in now. I'm sorry to interrupt now. You know catching you. I'm sorry the show the show over the years so it's just over three years. Old now is grown. Us as i've grow meaning when i finished all the time i show i knew i had nothing an expert. In a whole law. I was in specially gifted in a lot of different areas. But i listened to shows myself. I want by youtube shows. And podcast and reading books. And i used to listen to interviews and have questions in my oh. I wonder if i could ask the questions that i wanted to know and use my show as a way of learning of teaching myself learning new things so i started my own show. I.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"You know you. You and i have had Almost complete opposite Experiences birth. I was one hundred pounds when i was one year old. That's how much i ate. So but i would. I was obese and to the point where it took to mothers friends to to help her. Carry me when i was an infant But they you know over fed me and so learning to swim was a challenge for me for apple for the opposite reason. I was extremely obese. It's just funny. How we've had almost complete opposite not to not to compare my thing. It's the same with same business english. That's what my my health condition is. I'm never going to run a them. I may walk on a maybe was fully charity. Ones were costume. I'm not gonna lie. No against some kind of ethiopia and all. Maratha omar go. Let's have a ratio e looking to get five k. I struggled to do five because of the pace myself. More sprints as i go out with if i'm ruining and then after like to k. I'm like who shouldn't have done that. And then i start walk in and stop in and ruin and stop hannity befall times loan to do it. Just gonna face right overtook myself. Find out something that all the junk jogs and stuff folks. I'm already finish out of my retirement. Because i've also got i don't wanna walk it because what's the point. I wouldn't feel good. If i was just walk if you got if you did it swiftly enough that you got the aerobic part out of it i suppose it would still kind of like running. He just not doing the impact he needs. I don't know. I'm not an expert on this stuff but are i've i've gone for wall my to our wall four hour will walk ins. Welcome the won't because eleven right now. Quite all connects of wealth of some of the volcanoes. And now that's kademi cool. We've rolling call. I can sprint. I'm quick artists. Don't do this don't do distance. That's just not the way i made. When i was a personal trainer i was strong for my bill. The my weight. So as been i'm pullman is not an african peace anything for i was sort of more than more than double my body way with some of my movements in jim still like that. So when i realize the distance of my thing go in the distance and being super wasn't going to be for me i specialized. I realized we're going to be going to something. I want to try and be good at something else and that meant to go off. What felt rights. what was my natural tendencies. What my natural abilities and improve on those. But also i had to realize that there is some things you can learn some things that you want to learn how to get better and some things that you don't really want to dedicate your time to if you just the things that you knew how to do be doing things that you let me but in school and nuts. That's as far as we will go. Because that's all we know so so far. You've got to broaden your horizons a little bit before you steven this. I is never told how the speakers school abandoned school of class was the worst experience of my life. I'm going to do that. So the there's a lot to be said for stretching yourself and doing things for the first time an acknowledged acknowledging the fat and there was some things that all worth it and some things on with as well. I'm not suggestion. I have to go on myself. You talked about being an introvert. What are you doing now. Is one hundred. Eighty degrees from introvert. You're putting yourself out public speaking. You gotta podcast. And all. I think most introverts who probably want take a step toward moderating and becoming a little more extroverted To to to imagine themselves out public speaking and then podcasting and being on shows like this would give them extreme anxiety. So how'd how'd you got. It wasn't overnight right to make that change and to get way. You are Do you are you in joining this now or do you feel like an anxiety when you have to come on a program like this or what. What's that like for you when i started. Yeah how it felt was similar is now but won't goes on between the is is different so what i mean dot that is. I freaked out when i first started. And he wasn't abou- how good i would do or a responsibility to do good embiid to make sure the people watching and listening to get out of it. It was about what people think of me goes from an i. I started it was quite impractical. So if you worry about what people think that because he no way of knowing people saying you call and find out right. Well yes that i. I know i know believe me. I mean when. I first started radio thirty five years ago more than thirty five years ago now. I i remember being and just kind of overwhelmed a well-made with Being over self critical. And what people do. I come off like a total idiot. And you know just really sweating in the completely nervous and It still you know. Sometimes i get excited before show. But i never get nervous like that but as you know. I'm by nature an introvert to. I'm more comfortable talking to you Even if you were in studio more talking to you in this professional type of setting than i would be in social setting at a party. I'd be really kind of looking around. You know staring my drink too often probably going to get more ice at a lot and whatever That kind of stuff Being in an integrated doesn't necessarily mean That you can't best support him Making it they can't go out and put yourself out there now. Best what you mean by being visible right. Yeah i mean. I wanna number conversations about this now. I'm of the things that people keep coming back to is. You can't be an introverted. That look his some examples of why i am right number one is. I'm probably even louder talkative sue. I was a day at the most depending on. How long episodes auditing my content is or whatever. It is an hour and a deck days. Where i work. It's probably only about four days a week. Eight hours a week. I am talkative. I'm not. I've got things to say. I'm doing it. For the reason martins ten. It's pre- thought-out before. I do it to an extent. I don't in my spare time. I will for conferences to go to the politics goto. I don ring a friend bingo funds immediately. When i don't do that now if it's a professional thing not difference meaning when i speak on stage after reason i've got my talks ready the end the events. It's somewhat about me.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"All the teachers needed to not just in case there was a massive sort of organizational rigmarole on for the schools to stand what my needs were and as was a group of mcconnell. Get together every week and talk about our problems because when you've got you can cross in fact meaning. I was the only one in the school that was allowed to have it out to vote to social events where with kids could have the condition so it was very gated. Very sort of in my own bubble because at the time but so can thirty years ago. There wasn't a whole lot going up when it comes. Cystic fibrosis all the consultants were saying to. My parents need too much about this. I did a man lights. Top of the feel kind of learning about because there wasn't a whole lot to go so everything they said we have to do because any alternatives. So it was very very difficult for my family as well because i failed to thrive i was. I was premature as well. So the whole conversation not want to save. This child came up. And all the people. I help very grateful. They said yeah. That's that way so it's very difficult wearing your servants. Take all responsibility so it was hard for them. Disney for me. As i got older that i took on a lot of responsibility when i tend sort of eighteen. Well you know. The book is called My introvert journey into being visible. And so i have to ask All that that you went through with that and you know bullying and whatever You know mental. The psychological aspects of the disease cre created this condition one condition but You know whatever circumstance where you were very introverted. Now now how how does that kind of play out and you become socially awkward nor just withdrawn. I just don't wanna deal with people what's that you know. What does that mean. Intro in your Words in definition of it or one of the one of the things that i realized is a lot of the conditions or situations or house arm dealt so to speak is they all worked against one another all with one another so the fact that i had the conditions meant that i had to be isolated. Anyway it would be embarrassing me if my friends so i did after school and things like that so it didn't have a lot of sleepovers and didn't really socialize. A whole law and school was great. I was i was an outgoing kid. Initial eight hyperactive as my parents would probably safe watch. This is something that it was. It was a situation by situation thing so then social outside the school the kids and friends and things didn't really know me all about well cosstalk and as as it progressed. It got easier to avoid situations. So i would say now because they didn't want to put to avoid the awkwardness of the situation. Why couldn't do certain things and why was allowed to do certain things and very often. It's my own sort of standards. If you will or my own barry is on my own like. I can't do it because my conditions whether i wanted to on up. This is the way it is going to so much you can turned into high school. Which is so. There'd preteen into teenagers which is why it's difficult times or anybody. So many friends go to the same school as you. Friends of in different classes people use the know. You never see again It's even harder to make friends. But then he makes him the bullying and the potential negative conversations. And then other wanna tell straighten about life conditions that i want to tell my friends. My conditions never mind complete strangers so the magnify the whole situation. I don't talk to him a can. I put it. It gets easier to where it becomes normal to do and then you start lot wanting to do it because you actually feel quite happy with your own company right. Well that's a using the overcoming. I think a lot of people can relate to that. You know you don't have to have you don't have to be born with. Cf to be an introvert because there are a lot of people. And i think a lot of people can relate to that and yeah high school years could be the most brutal for anybody with any condition you you've been conditioned lists was. I don't think there are any people who don't have some but my Where i'm going here is everybody has had some trauma. Some you know life is handed shit to a lot of people But for most many of us. I should say that most of us but many of us overcome it but we get some kind of sense of humor about it. Do you have any sense of humor about All crap that you went through it can make me laugh. Sometimes when things when i was younger komo now on when i talk about that for a while. You sorta sort of backing. If you don't turn into a joke it becomes negative. Good because i could. I couldn't swim. Because when i was little i didn't eat that much of the havoc achieve into my stomach for the liquid meals. You will is meant to swim. Because i have sort of mice and i couldn't swim which meant i wasn't a good swimmer which meant that. My dad has swam. When i got old enough to make source of teach myself because payroll of the worst teachers for that kicked a lot of people don't realize that i need to be a tennis coach and the parents are trying to the kids might know you been doing it roll you. You're not helping. The kit is a different relationship. People don't realize that it was. I had to be able to myself so that my dad's fee was enough to help. If you call swim all appearance car help. You made this motivate you and tell you what to do. They don't know how to coach. You play my father grandfather through my brother in a canal to teach him to swim..

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"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Very often. It's the mistakes you learn from. It makes all the difference on a good memory actually was realizing the i could have a lot of control over my health and the self improvement that that i was achieving meaning that once i turned sixteen i could start working out now. I've got to health conditions so going from having to play sports and key active and that was the i was going to manage when i turned stay at all. I can join a gym now. I can get like just okay. I can get fixed and now. This is amazing. And when i was able to do that. That's one of the craziest. Because there'd be off-limits don't feel like we have the control that we have or we don't have the level of influence the recap very often because of rules people pornos over the years constraints or conditioning that we've had with toll that were only allowed what were given amount to achieve what we're given fans unfortunately for a lot of people. Are you call talk montana. You call try to convince them. Otherwise or over the israelites. The best way is to show them. It's to show them that. You know just because i was old enough to go when it was great and i could do all of the things i do now. People need the repetition of wasn't always this way right. Well you know what i think we need to give people some context about You know your struggles in condition you will born with a lot but i just wanna say What strikes me about what you just shared with us in this memory of Realizing that you could take control over your own health and at to help overcome it and become the master of your own body and in some way What shocks me is that. The high of that moment is only because you had the low of being born with the condition. So i think in in some ways we have to go through the darkness to appreciate the light. The your doc times made that moment even brighter than than it would normally be for most people. I i just wanna say you know. Put that in some kind of context but share with the audience. exactly what it is that you You would the hand you're dealt in life from birth. Well i was born with. This is the fibrosis. Which for those that don't know it's a genetic condition affecting my loans on my digestive system mostly so that the two main systems that impacts you all right in the i would either create more if i didn't have the conditions chronically. Not when i still be working out today. If i knew how health conditions probably not although the more normal i feel as in the more on top of my health by does make it go away. Those literally stopped working out. Because i feel good. You feel better when you do so. Yeah i'm i'm still i don't wake open go or helping distance means i call today eight. I feel great. Because i'm able to do those things. I'm above average in a lot of different things. Because i do. Those statements the sheriff faulk. The i feel great now doesn't negate the desire to still do those things initially y- i have to have that sense of. What is it gonna take me to improve. Embed myself i. It does come from some element of struggle. I've been the same person. I didn't have the conditions. No but at the time of the time he was sense of i can improve myself. It wasn't about sort of. I can be healthy. I was already healthy. I was already doing well when i was six so while the conditions of reconcile this myself month so initially it wasn't even grateful. Hacker conditions phase of not my treatments. Because they didn't think they were doing anything. You know that whole rebellious teenager. Ryan didn't do a lot of this stuff that i should have done. Because if they will it would start even even earlier than the team. You know at some point Kids can be brutal and so if you have any kind of health. Challenges physical challenges whatsoever You know the first day at school it is you know traumatizing. Kids can be just really brutal in mean and ugly. So i would imagine you probably pretty resentful even during grade school elementary school. Whatever you call it over there. It wasn't easy. I mean taking the top login. The toilets wait into all the kids have gone. Were out so. I break though the all out play a not from. I do what i needed to do. So nobody else in the room so to speak and there was a lot be how to all nyse all the people at least a dinner ladies in the uk basically people that organize the kids during dinnertime rights. They all have to know about miss. That loboi take these tablets with foods and the the people The deception est needed.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From Ko Phi. Mostly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the sixties and seventies. We have a stall on the 2 10 in Silmara has appears you make your way along the westbound side coming up on the clay. This is a big rig. The right lane is blond Delays are backing up, leaving the 1 18 Freeway. It's out to Ontario with Michael Brian K F Eye in the Sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. We got a big mess in Ontario, a good spot to avoid its attendant found just before the 15 at Millikan Motorcycle versus Big rigging that can't come out very well. It is the three or actually four Last lanes are blocked at last report. Very, very tough here from you. Click used 60 if you can, But the sixties you're gonna have schooling there from the 71 on and off through the 15 into the group of Valley Area. 15 North bound, typical flowing out of divorce from 2 to 15 with 1 38. Where where It is not typical if you're heading out To his bar. So Vegas Anything beyond Victor Bill 15 north out hydro. All lanes have been forced off their all day long for a big problem, Candace Solid. Just about must be five miles. Hardly moving stuff. I would hang out with Victor Bill until this clears injured in an accident. There's a superwoman super lawyer dot com. Michael Brian CAF eye in the sky. Hey, A pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world One life at a time. I loved this. On his fantastic polio survivors. And I'm a microbiologist on Guy teach Margaret Wilde into college on one of the problems of post polio syndrome, and I research it is fatigue. I.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on Simple Podcast Cloud

Simple Podcast Cloud

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on Simple Podcast Cloud

"The idea to speaking some be. There is much much much much much thir-, their head than I was. I. Guess Awareness Right like if you don't know them easier we we. have no idea who they are. You sat down with them. No Idea I was tasked for the are no idea like anything that album really not easier than. Someone that you know that life story. I. Was talking about I've been I've listened to over two thousand shows like each one of the Oh Jeez of. Of Business podcast in. On southbound. Two years to. Of a fifteen minute compensation this guy. I couldn't handle it I've no idea what I was doing. Sometimes, the opportunities present themselves into the habit of saying yes. Early on. Under the law and? It's just the situation. That's so people when you when you get into podcasting the firing. Entries a bit different. the world's changed is a feeling every mountain his dog has a podcast now. I think that. Are More went in with the intentions of. Gang. Doing it while. Not. That can be difficult when you're on sure and if you can actually. that. Early on. Your it's it's all about being able to handle situations. Iran. In the thank you make it hard for myself initialling. Over the years it is easier to handle easier to manage eventually I realized. The more I knew about some long that stocks to calm. Down a little bit vol them increase them. You learn more about yourself when you do I've learned so much about who I am as a person. My confidence has gone through the roof because I was always a quiet person I never spoke to anybody. On Earth is a conversation. I don't know what one of those is. So it always walls about improving myself. Massive self-awareness. Jeremy. Over the past three years. and. Yeah, there's just so much that. You can learn from starting a podcast. You wouldn't get from a lot of things about the online these days. I know a lot about who I am now to the that I started my show. So. Won't be the like top three things you would say that you learn because of podcasting. One of the main ones is. You get used to the things that you don't like about yourself when you can't change them. Things like how I sound. Modified on my own voice. I'm really not everything from the trade my accent away to realizing if I get to relax in a situation, the accent come straight back and no, you can't do. You talk like that. You sound like mopeds Wardi doing. And it's. Paying the hang on a second hang on a second you work on hiding your accent. A lot as much. Now just gets easier like it's hard to it's hard to pronounce. Things correctly. Talk Way. That balance between get your recording venues speaking go slight chatting teammates Maine's after a few drinks. So there's an element of. People have listened to this afterwards it's not a live conversation that no one's ever going.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on Simple Podcast Cloud

Simple Podcast Cloud

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on Simple Podcast Cloud

"So please take time to introduce yourself tell us about yourself. I'm any apart caster by show has gone from just interview style all the way to QNA style so Trying to help more people with the show I realized a Cuban was the way to go. So puck CASTA entrepreneurs speed car. Lots, that's how I started and. The podcast has been an amazing investment for me goes into GMS of. Making, the leap. into. Took on a whole new, a whole new beast at this point John I'm thrilled to be on the road I feel like I'm on a rollercoaster. Okay. So Why did you decide to pick whatever Nisha industry that you have created podcasts Ter- path casts about why particular industry or which industry is that first off from there Started off as a a business success story. PODCAST. I recall. Averse myself having health conditions in still haven't been able to start a business and grow a business and all those things and I felt why? Loads of people could learn from stories. And you know he wasn't just about mine. It was about everybody else's because I love learning at the time learning was a big portion of mine and I found that if I could learn. Myself from the interviews on or the people could benefit as well. Then it's a win win win win for everyone involved so that's why I started. Definitely is a win win i. totally get the whole concept. You know you get an expert and you ask that person and then you get to learn and then you get one times. And you also now to ask pretty much anything you want. You. Know our what I call us a rental expert for an hour kind of thing. Yeah it was crazy. Because initially, it was my friends weren't revolved. Okay. Well, I mean you need to start a show you waiting for the year perfectionism most of the things stalking me dramatically pulling the trigger on the show for. You need to do this not you've been waiting forever. You know you don't need all the technology in the mixes and the average everyone seems to think that they need before they start show. You don't need that you just need people to speak to and on my friends who had started then I you social media to get people on, but eventually I started interviewing people. The I would never in a million years. Of Conversation with. Bolt, because I had a podcast, all of a sudden it became desirable to those people just out of like it's not an I pick your brain. Want to be in on my show. It's the same thing. It's just phrased differently in my mind. On picking these people's brains like I'm not like through made special old. To them it was like, yeah I want to go on the show. So I started interviewing people that I actually idolized for fifteen years. One of them I was on my God wants to be on the show was yeah. Yeah. ABSO- they're trying to. EKE OUT FAILING MISERABLY Ronald to freak out and. I was like less than a month into the show. This is crazy. You know idea what can happen. All you do is just ask but most of it was. Like you would. Just records, and then you would walk away and go about the rest of your your day. It was just like a hobby thing wasn't really anything special..

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"michael brian k" Discussed on Mark Kumar Podcast

Mark Kumar Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on Mark Kumar Podcast

"Your podcasting game to the next level. So, please take your time like to introduce yourself off about yourself. Well, I'm a a podcaster I show has gone from just interview-style all the way to Q&A style. So I'm trying to help more people with the show. I realized a Q&A was the way to go. So podcaster entrepreneur speaker. And yeah, that's that's how I started and the podcast has been an amazing investment for me just in terms of making the leap off initially but it stuck on a whole new a whole new beast at this point, which I'm thrilled to be on on the road. I feel like I'm on a roller coaster. Okay. So why did you decide to pick whatever Niche or industry that you have created your podcast or path cast about why that particular industry wage? Which industry yet? Is that plus. From there? But it started off as a business success story podcast cuz I did not become adversity myself having health conditions and still haven't been able to start a business and grow a business and all those things and I felt like dead loads of people could learn from stories and you know, it wasn't just about mine. It was about everybody else cuz I love learning at the time learning was a big log into mine and I found that if I could learn myself from the interviews and other people could benefit as well. Then it's a win-win win-win situation for everyone involved. So that's why I started definitely is a win. We are totally get the whole concept, you know, you get an expert and you ask that person and then you get to learn and then yep. 1 times and you also have an opportunity to ask pretty much anything you want..

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It will include several new initiatives including the creation of national standards for use of force the news is brought to you by cutting dental it's slow on the two ten in Pasadena early into the eastbound delays and I'm seeing a pocket getting away from Sierra Madre travelling towards rose made it opens up for just a bit more delays the head boy from Huntington drive in Monrovia as you travel and stretches all the way to the fifteen freeway it's Michael Brian K. F. I. in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com trouble still working it felt in valley looks like the north about four or five workers still the far right lane them all that accident but heavy double less right away from fair view coming out of Costa mesa now up ahead we've had a problem for all five north at the six oh five but as I just get over seed looks like that problem in the two right lanes finally cleared it was there a couple of hours so in a recovery boat back through Westminster Boulevard fifty five south bound at it did your big fat that bring out the two right lanes they're pretty well slammed up there the twenty two and heading back to that major problem of the ninety one ninety one eastbound and carbon data looks like the car for the two left lanes blocked big injury accident there and that's backed up solid through the five in fact if you want to use your store north of the freeway to save a lot of time injured in an accident there's a super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI and this guy Hey Anthony this guy helps get you there faster I mean from our team as in dental is open and they're ready to safely welcome back all their patients so if you have loose missing teeth and you've been embarrassed I mean eventually you're gonna leave your your your humble writer I crawl out from under your bed and you're gonna see people again and now you have.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Screening for temperature and other symptoms LA mayor Garcetti says despite the governor's plan he's going to wait a bit before allowing churches to re open bridge is among the most dangerous course of worship you know I was talking to my rabbi and a and a bishop I'm very close to they said even if they open up tomorrow we would not open up it is not responsible our cities is just because you can re open doesn't mean you should he says he wants to monitor the number of cases and deaths before allowing houses of worship to partially reopen for the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have a crash on the one a one in Sherman oaks this one is along the southbound side and it's coming up on how school watch out here that looks like the fog cleared everything out of lanes that's probably a little closer to the four oh five in Haskell but looks like you know what checked in with the highway patrol they said it's four oh five south register pulpit of Boulevard they've got all lanes temporarily blocked off right now while they clear this off to the side that's why traffic is loading up getting away from Balboa Boulevard let's check in with Michael Brian K. affine the sky sponsored by injury attorney C. for a woman super lawyer dot com he's got some lines to teddy status son would fall apart the earlier accident there did clear up and it looks like it's recovered pretty ghastly there looks like the south outside of the wanna one is a little problematic if that looks like the above violent I've got another problem there twenty got that's backing up toward universal city beyond that not so bad at the downtown Los Angeles and if you continue on to the south five that's a pretty good shape away from east LA interchange it through the alley injured in the accident there's a super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI and this guy and the Big Bear a lot of people and along highway thirty eight it's close right now eastbound just before the eighteen in Big Bear Boulevard due to a crash that hit a pole and sparked a brush fire K. F. I. in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez this hour KFI is sponsored by some luxe southern California's best value in solar dial pound two fifty and say some locks getting hotter we'll tell you when next I finally ready to get out you've had it this is it you want to move out of California call sellers advantage sellers advantage will sell your house.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Let's check out mid city where it is slow on the tenth traveling eastbound we're seeing on delays backing up from just about four oh five you remain on the brakes and stretches as you travel all the way to the five in Boyle heights now beyond the five if you make that connection on to the sixty eastbound there's a rack at Atlantic that's been blocking the two right lanes causing a very slow drive leaving the five let's check in with Michael Brian K. app by in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com little stake in the riverside the ninety one eastbound at magnolia it's a problem with the disabled bakery he's off to the right shoulder but he appears to be leaking some sort of fluid and possibly diesel fluid and that is going to require a little extra clean up maybe a closure of the offramp but for the time being it's on the right shoulder this stretch is slow back to about seventy one in really that doesn't leave much of a gap between the slowing this started way back at imperial highway imperial to Green River with just that one good pocket that long stretch injured in the accident isn't super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryan KFI am this guy he Anthony this guy helps get you there faster I mean from our team is staying on the warm side will tell you all about it next a cancer diagnosis it's the first day of a battle that no one deserves that's why at UCLA health we stop at nothing to treat the most complex cases to stay at the forefront of cancer treatment to deliver better patient care we stop at nothing to prevent to treat to cure cancer and to save lives for our patients beating cancer means everything at UCLA health we stop at nothing to deliver the extraordinary learn more at UCI health dot org slash stop at nothing all right let's talk about schoolmaster buddy yes gotta get that credit score up because if you don't you're not going to get the best possible rates there is one but a person who called up score.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Warm and windy tomorrow with temps in the eighties to low nineties this report is brought to you by California community colleges brush fire off the four oh five in fountain valley it's long been extinguished but created it continues on the northbound side just before birth first the three right lanes remain off limits in traffic is a huge mass out of Costa mesa getting away from harbor Boulevard let's check in with Michael Brian K. as high in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com finally this long running police pursuit and the subsequent standoff on the ninety one is just about clearing up ninety one eastbound approaching cherry wood at all lanes closed and they just re opened a few minutes ago that is still suffering as fact there's a hard closure back at the seven ten they'll have to pick up as well so expect a big tie up out of cars in there ninety one west spent a few minutes earlier than that they did clear up all the lanes there but they've been looking at losing at the problem yeah that is still back up to the six oh five better news reports bell looks like a long running problem it just clear here that seven ten north out before at the White expand DD much like a couple of mailings did just clear very very tough from imperial highway injured in the accident visit super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Brantley a pie in the sky this undated sponsored by I accident lawyer dot com Kay and I in the sky helps get you there faster I need to Martinez I accident lawyer actual client posted on my motorcycle truck resulting in serious leg injury my first lawyer downplayed it then I called I accident lawyer dot com they got me a million dollars on my first summer cash in a savings for the rest of my life thank you I accident lawyer dot com the tourney rubber coating sold very not guarantee I heart media no small businesses across the country are facing new challenges during the covert nineteen pandemic so to help we've put together the I.

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"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"michael brian k" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Website KFI AM six forty dot com the key word is virus fresh on the sixty in Chico this one is along the eastbound side coming up on central looks like they just cleared everything out of lines and delays are quickly picking up a little crowded getting away from Ramona Avenue making away towards central the west bound side was pretty jammed for a moment but that has cleared out as well now yeah let's get a look at the big mess and when a park with Michael Brian K. F. I. in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com it is a horrendous problem here angel that ninety one eastbound just past the five flipped over big break there and burst into flames are going to have to unload everything still they clean up the going back I believe this is going to go well into the evening hours so plan accordingly the ninety one eastbound you're forced on to the south five that is bumper to bumper back to valley view orange star ninety one westbound all lanes forced to the north five that is bumper to bumper hardly moving back to harbor Boulevard now in either case get up to work start was a good alternate for south to look alba both will will be much much better than the freeway you can save a lot of time there the five southbound transition to the study one that is out in that's backed up about a mile enter the accident this is super woman super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI and this guy came by in this guide helps get you there faster I need to Martinez thank you Charles Maggard settle back I center wants to give you the all new laser lights lay sick exam the laser light lacing.

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Fired deputy FBI director suing FBI, Justice Department

WDRC

01:23 min | 4 years ago

Fired deputy FBI director suing FBI, Justice Department

"Hhs and the ad council fired deputy director of the fbi now suing the justice department lawyers for former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe announcing late tuesday they are suing the justice department and the fbi claiming the agencies won't give up files relating to mccain's firing alleging in the lots up doj's denying access because they were concerned the documents could later be used against them became was fired in march just shy retirement after an internal report down he leaked a self storage of the press and later lied about it while president trump called the caves fire a great day for democracy became lawyers argue it violated federal law in washington shawn lane joe fox news at and t says it will complete its purchase of time warner by june twentieth now that a federal judge has cleared the way for the dale a government lawyer says they'll review the decision and considered next steps including a potential appeal even though the judge has warned the government they've not have a strong case after threats from some of that city's biggest businesses to scale back seattle lawmakers voted to repeal l a per employee tax on large businesses seattle's mayor and many council members said they repealed the tax on businesses like amazon and starbucks to avoid an expensive fight the corporations back a signature gathering effort to put a measure on the november ballot to overturn the tax council member michael brian expressed deep ambivalence saying the city has invested in affordable housing but they can't just take.

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