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"michael bruce" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Now pick yourself off the floor and guess what? You may not be able to diet your way to weight loss, shocker. Now, it doesn't matter how disciplined you are, and you definitely can't starve your way there. Why would you even upset me like that? So there are a lot of things that could be causing your body to hang on to those extra pounds. And the other videos we talked about gut health, your gut microbiome, and toxins. And now number three, can you guess it? It's sleep. If you're not sleeping, you got to fix it. It's horrible and dangerous for your health on so many levels. And if your issue is clinical like sleep apnea or insomnia, you have to see a sleep specialist to get it taken care of. But no matter why you're exhausted, you're set up to fail. The weight will never come off. Sleep deprivation wreaks havoc on your hormones and makes you crave carbs. Especially sugar. Now, I'm sure you desperately want to sleep, but you may not know why you can't. It could be that you don't feel like you can find enough hours in the day, so you're overdoing it on the caffeine. Or you're having a couple extra glasses of wine to help you fall asleep, or you can't stop exercising too late at night, or you can't put your phone down, and you're blasting yourself with blue light. Anxiety and depression can also keep her from sleeping, or maybe your serotonin is low. Bottom line though is, if you're not sleeping well, you can't burn fat. Your feeling down, you got no energy, and you're craving a sugar fix. Any of that sound familiar? Listen, one single sleep deprived night can throw your stress hormones out of balance. And that alone can make you hungrier and sit in your body to hold on to fat and right here right around your belly. And stress inhibits sleep and a lack of sleep increases stress. Around and around and around we go. Then you become this stressed out zombie and that hormonal that's spins off fat that sticks to your waistline. Now, we can all agree that is not what we're aiming for, right? So studies, this is crazy, show that if you only sleep 5 hours a night, you are 50% more likely to be obese than people who get a full 8 hours, 50%, holy smokes. So sleep has got to be an absolute priority. And by the way, that was if you were sleeping 5 hours, but there's clear research showing that failure to get 7 to 8 hours of quality sleep a night sets you up for obesity. Now, when you're tired, it's not only harder to make good food choices and exercise choices because you're tired, but without sleep, you're never going to look and feel your best. Whether you want to lose a few pounds or not. So the sweet spot, if you want to burn fat, build muscle and lower the stress is 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep every single night. So if it's like bedtime for bonzo at your place every night, here are a few tips. And just try these. They're so easy and I promise they will make a big, huge difference. Here they are. Number one, try to go to sleep and get up around the same time every day. Now, first one is making sure that you get up around the same time every single day. So here's what we're going to do. Look at what time you want to wake up. Let's say you want to wake up at 6 in the morning. And you know you need to get 7 to 9 hours of sleep. Let's do the math. You need to power down at around 9 o'clock, okay? So you've got your power down hours, my friend, doctor Michael Bruce, the sleep doctor coin that, what you're going to do is you're going to make sure that you power down all your electronics because the blue light from your phone or your tablet messes up your sleep way after you turn them off. So you're going to put them to bed and throw on a pair of those like those super cool blue block or glasses that all the biohackers wear. They're wearing them for a reason. And you want to create some calm there. So you want to lower those stress hormones, meditate, maybe put on one of the doctor Joe dispenza, sleep meditations, journal on gratitude, have some chamomile tea, my favorite, have an epsom salt bath with a little lavender, cut back on the alcohol, note I didn't say no alcohol. All right. I said, cut back. I love my dry farm wine, but I'm careful. I'm not having a bottle I'm having a glass. So, of course, you have a bottle. You're going to fall asleep or pass out. But you know what's going to happen? You're going to wake up in the middle of the night because you're stress hormones, boomerang, and you got thirsty because you were so dehydrated. Here's a little trick on drinking. If you're drinking, you have one drink you have twice as much water. Now, another thing that's really important for helping you sleep is caffeine. Now, don't drink a bunch of caffeine to sleep, cut back on the caffeine. You might be a slow caffeine metabolizer, and you'll notice this if you have caffeine in the afternoon and all of a sudden you feel very wired. So keep your caffeine to the morning, cut it off at noon, and then switch over to decaf green tea in the afternoon. And here's what I do every single night. Every single night I use reignite wellness, sleep candy. I actually formulated this one myself. And I stay away from pharmaceuticals because those don't help you get deep sleep. Here's the cool thing with sleep candy, doesn't give you a hangover, it just calms your nervous system and calms your mind and helps you relax plus. It's natural and it's delicious. So here are the key ingredients and it melatonin combined with 5 HTP and vitamin B 6 and inositol and L theanine. Both of which can help with stress and relaxation. All right, so that's bedtime, all right? That's really, really important. But here are some things you can do during the day that are going to help you too. Number one, shut your kitchen down after dinner. Now, this is important, even early dinner. Do not go eating at 9 and try to go to bed at ten. You want to eat your dinner at least three to four hours before bed, and you're going to eat by the clock, right? That three to four hours before bed, you go into bed at ten, what time does that mean? Eat dinner at 6. And then eat by the virgin diet plate. And that means clean protein, healthy fats, and slow low carbs so you have that nice, steady blood sugar control. Then, after dinner, the kitchen is closed. In my perfect world, the kitchen will be locked down. No snacks after dinner. If you think you're hungry, you're not, by the way, just have a glass of water. That shuts down your hunger pangs. But have one glass, don't have a ton of glasses, 'cause then you'll have to get up in the middle of the night. All right, next one, exercise. So exercise helps you sleep. But it matters when you do it. And I remember I lived in Japan in my 20s. And I taught aerobics and I had to teach in aerobics class at 8 o'clock at night. And I went to bed at two in the morning because of this. It had me so wired. So workout early in the day. It's the better time to do it anyway. And if you want to do a little walk after dinner, that's fantastic. But don't do a big, hard intense workout in the nighttime. That can impact your sleep. Next one, stress. All right, I know managing stress is way easier said than done, but there are things that you can do. So just like you're creating that whole calm before bedtime, think about the other things that are going to help with stress, exercise, high intensity and training helps your sympathetic nervous system handle stress better. So that's a huge one. Meditation is another great one. Find your bliss there, meditation, or Tapping, or qigong, a gratitude practice, connecting more with your community, that's super important. And then think about those things that ab stress. Maybe you could cut some of those out. Kind of a crazy thought, huh? All right, and then napping. Wait. You have time to nap? I'm so jealous. All right, a little napping can be great. Like ten to 20 minutes. But more than that can actually kind of mess you up. So if you want to throw a little nap in the afternoon or maybe a little meditation, awesome. All right, there you have it. So see how easy these things are and simple to put into your life. This is the goal. We're going to get 7 to 9 hours. Of quality sleep. That's going to help you crush those cravings and help you burn fat. I hope you got some great tips in this video. More importantly, I hope that you put them to use and you are sleeping like a baby in no time and don't forget to like and subscribe so you keep the healthy lifestyle Intel tips and tricks coming. In the next video, we're going to take a break from this series, but don't worry, it will be back after this next one. So if you can't lose the weight and you know it's not your diet, stick with me as we go through the rest of the list of what it could be. In the next video, I'm going to teach you how to intermittent fast and get results without suffering. You heard me right. See you there. For more info on this and other health topics I cover or to rate and review, find me on Instagram, Facebook, and my website, JJ virgin dot com. And don't forget to subscribe to my show so you won't miss a single episode. Go to subscribe to JJ dot com. Thanks.
Atlanta church service will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.
"It's it's Martin Martin Luther Luther king king day day and and many many around around the the U. U. S. S. are are marking marking the the holiday holiday with with church church services services and and volunteer volunteer work work to to honor honor the the Reverend Reverend who who became became a a leader leader of of the the civil civil rights rights movement movement in in Atlanta Atlanta the the Ebenezer Ebenezer Baptist Baptist church church is is hosting hosting a a service service to to celebrate celebrate the the Reverend Reverend Dr Dr Martin Martin Luther Luther king king junior junior attended attended by by Georgia's Georgia's governor governor senator senator Rafael Rafael Warnock Warnock and and the the mayor mayor of of Atlanta Atlanta with with musical musical performances performances in in a a keynote keynote address address from from Reverend Reverend Michael Michael Bruce Bruce curry curry who who is is the the presiding presiding bishop bishop of of the the Episcopal Episcopal Church Church other other events events include include a a March March and and rally rally in in downtown downtown Atlanta Atlanta and and a a voter voter registration registration drive drive on on what what would would have have been been his his ninety ninety third third birthday birthday his his daughter daughter Bernice Bernice king king CEO CEO of of the the king king center center in in Atlanta Atlanta tweeted tweeted that that my my father's father's influences influences global global we we can can engage engage his his teachings teachings to to a a radic radic hate hate injustice injustice anywhere anywhere I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
"michael bruce" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"I'm very excited to have back on our podcast, a very popular guest by demand. My sleep doctor, doctor Michael Bruce, many of you have listened to past episodes. We'll put links in our show notes at Jim quick dot com, forward slash notes. He is the master of the power of when, which was one of my favorite books and his new book is called energized. Go from dragging, blank to kicking it in 30 days. Which he wrote with Stacy Griffiths, do as a founding instructor of SoulCycle and there's a lot of energy in that room also as well. You come back on the show, Michael. Thanks for having me big Jim. You know I love hanging out with the quick brainers. And talking sleep, talking brain, talking activity, talking success. I love it, and I love you, so thanks for having me back, bro. We've had you on the show, because you're so popular as a guest, talking to everything from optimizing sleep, how to fell out back to sleep, how do you sleep for recovery tool? Chronotypes, which maybe we could touch upon a little bit today. Now, one of the biggest complaints over the past couple of years is people suffer from brain fog. They suffer from mental fatigue. You know, we talk a lot about human motivation, having purpose, and small simple steps to make it easy for you. But you need that energy. So where do you start when we're talking about having helping people having more energy? How do you different forms of energy or so it turns out that there are actually there's several different forms of energy. So one of the things that we talk about. So let me back up. You know, everybody knows, honestly, doctor, right? And so it's pretty easy to measure sleep. You stick electrodes on somebody's head and you can measure sleep stages and cycles and all these interesting things. But how do you measure energy? That was kind of a unique idea for me. So I started to think, well, conceptually, how do I think about energy? And I actually think about it in multiple categories. So there's physical or moving energy. There's resting energy. There's eating energy with fuel and things like that. And then there's emotional energy. And I think the emotional energy category also encompasses what you guys are here and think about, which is mental acuity, how to do things more efficiently, how to be more successful mentally, how to have more attention, how to have more focus, how to read quicker, all of those things to get that good data in. We know actually some of those things can be energetic and some of those things can kind of drag you down. When we talk about how do identify you energetically, I came up with, as you might imagine, a little thing that people can take of a diary. So I have them look at their energy levels 5 different times throughout the day. We use a scale called the perceived exertion scale, which was made by bellman named gunner Borg. And this is a scale that's used during exercise. So when you're exercising, you rate from zero to ten, how much exertion or how hard it is to do something, which is kind of a measure of your energy. So many people suffer from fatigue. They say they complain they're exhausted. They feel burnt out. Are you seeing a rise of this? In your practice? Holy crap. With people? Yeah, there's no question. Honestly, this is such a great time to come out with a book about energy because so many people need the advice. I mean, between the advice that you share on these podcasts and the device in the book, people really have now got a great resource because let's be honest, this whole COVID thing is not going anywhere, right? I mean, we're starting to see more and more people and that increases that stress level and what does that do that affects your ability to focus, that affects your ability to sleep, and it really affects all of those abilities. You know, I wanted to double tap really quickly on that taking those breaks because one of the more interesting aspects of the book is we have a very unique session section on it. Stacey actually developed this section, not quite thoroughly on moving and movement energy. So if you think about it, right? So when a body is in motion, it has a tendency to stay in motion and when a body is at rest, it has a tendency to stay at rest. So we don't really want people to be sitting all day long. And unfortunately now, as you've already identified, a lot of people are stuck on Zoom calls and they're sitting all day. I mean, you're the one who told me sitting is the new smoking, right? So we gotta be up. We gotta be moving. We gotta be getting out and around. So here's the thing that we do. So you know those 5 times that people are monitoring their energy in the book. What we do is we flip it around on them and then we say those 5 times that normally you would check your energy now you're gonna spend 5 minutes during each one of those 5 times doing specific movements. So what we did, yeah, it was kind of awesome. So what we did was we took the four chronotypes, people remember those from before, Lion is the early bird bears in the middle, wolf is a night owl and dolphin is the insomniac and we laid on top of it body types. So I know I know, right? So think back to high school, right? Ectomorph. Those body types actually come into play when we learn more about movement. So when I was working with Stacy, she turned to me and she said, Michael, you know, for some of my clients, I can't get the motivated, but one of the things I try to do is I try to match their exercise with their bodies. And I was like, hold on a second. What are you talking about? And she was like, well, for some of my bigger clients, I don't ask them to do cardio right away because motivationally speaking, they fail almost immediately and doing something like that. And I was like, so you actually use body types. And she said, actually, I think I kind of do. So when we started to think about body types and movements, we actually did a study where we took 5000 people who had already taken my chrono quiz. We asked them to do the body type quiz and it revealed all kinds of new information about the chronotypes. So for anybody out there that's read my power of when book and learned about their chronotype, this is like version two of that because now we're adding in movement, which helps us sustain that energy. I'm going to tell you about the types of movement and then we'll talk a little bit about intermittent fasting because that's the third component for that fuel to go into the body. So the movements are really fun. We have 5 different types, and you do them for 5 minutes. To be clear, this ain't a workout, okay? This isn't something that's going to make you fit. This is going to be something that's going to give you energy. So the first one is called stretch. Kind of makes sense. You're waking up, everybody's kind of been in bed for a while, kind of stretch out all of the crotchety as my friend blond Rey likes to say, all of that stiffness and soreness that you might have from sleeping, kind of gets it out of you. The next three different ones are in different orders depending upon your chronotype, but here are the basic three. One of them is a shake. So you ever seen a dog when they get up? What do they do? Yeah. Right? They do that whole shaky thing, right? I mean, I just did it and I feel more energized. So it's funny to just shake your hands, right? Shake your arms, right? Shake your legs. All of a sudden, right, see? All of a sudden, it changes your energetic component. I was talking to a dog trainer. They said they'd do it also to reset their nervous system. That's correct. Well, they would give him a give him life, give him energy. Exactly, right? And so we know this is working in the animal kingdom. Why can't we take advantage of it in the human universe, right? The third one is bounce, right? And so what does that mean? Literally bounce, jumping jacks, skipping, that kind of stuff, right? Because what happens is energetically speaking, you getting off the earth for a second or two can be really helpful for you. Number one, it changes your equilibrium, which resets again, helps reset that nervous system again. So instead of going down that non energetic path, you've now changed your energetic pathway to do something that's more involved. And babies naturally do.
"michael bruce" Discussed on WTOP
"Week On P it's 1121 CBS News special report the funeral of Bob Dole This invitation only ceremony at the Washington national cathedral is a fitting tribute to the elder statesman former Senate majority leader and former GOP presidential nominee He was also honored as a World War II veteran who suffered grave injuries during his service Injuries he carried with him throughout the remainder of his life Bishop Michael Bruce curry is presiding over the ceremony Virginia's Supreme Court will soon consider an appeal from a man who's been sentenced to 65 years in prison for sexually assaulting two lifeguards in Alexandria and fairfax county He says the way he was caught violates his constitutional rights Alexandria police had no idea who'd committed the 2016 rape then DNA recovered from the victim was run through a public databases and genealogy researchers linked it to Jesse Burke's family detective's tailed him to a restaurant picked up drinking straws he'd used and tossed in the garbage and had that DNA analyzed Birkas DNA matched that recovered from the victim His lawyers say police should have gotten the search warrant before submitting the DNA from the straws They won Virginia Supreme Court to rule on whether warrantless testing of DNA violates the constitutional protection against unreasonable search and seizure Neil law can stay in double UTL P news The owner of a warehousing company for the shipping industry will plead guilty in the nationwide college admissions bribery scandal 67 year old Joey Chan of Newport Beach California Had been charged with paying $75,000 to have someone correct his son's answers on the college entrance exam He will plead guilty to wire fraud and will serve about two months behind bars Chen becomes the 38th and final parent to either plead guilty or be convicted in the scandal Some new COVID related restrictions are in effect on the campus of Vermont's middlebury college because of the latest outbreak of the virus there Classes even final exams will all be held remotely in middlebury as the college reports the highest number of active COVID cases since the start of the pandemic On campus meals will all be grab and go All indoor athletic events and arts performances have been postponed and all students are urged to limit gatherings to 6 people School officials say these new restrictions come despite the fact that 99% of the student bodies fully vaccinated And while Vermont itself has the highest rate of vaccinations in the country cases are up 25% in just the past two weeks Linda kenyon CBS News Coming up next A record for spam and not the email kind I'm Jeff label It is 1124 Here's Christopher cash the director of the apprenticeship program at nika IBEW local 26 talking about the design of the apprenticeship.
"michael bruce" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"This podcast is to give you interesting and useful information much of which you can use in your life and so in this segment. You're gonna get so much expert intel and information that you can use in your life. You may wanna take notes. Aaron ruddy is a writer who has put together some really practical information to help you. Live your life better and easier from the time you wake up in the morning until you go to bed. She talked to a lot of top of the line experts. Put it all in a book and it's called the little book of life skills. Hi aaron welcome to somethingyoushouldknow. Hi mike thank you so much for having me so what i really like about. This is that most of us. We do what we do to get through the day. Because that's the way we do it. That's the way we've always done it and we sell them. Stop and think well. Maybe there's a better way to do this thing or maybe there's a better way to do that thing. So what made you stop and think. Maybe there's a better way. I think it was right. After i turned forty and realized that i still was not quite adulting. I don't always love that term but I felt like. I wasn't getting through the day with any sort of efficiency or I felt very frazzled. At all times. And i'm a magazine writer. I spent twenty years of my life interviewing experts for the best way to do any number of things but i realized i hadn't quite implemented them in my life And i thought what if i took all of that advice and reached out to the top top experts. I am not an expert right But i know a lot of experts after twenty years of doing this for a living. So i said what if we just You know talk to each of them and got distilled best how to steps for doing everything from how to wake up in the morning to how to offer condolences how to write an email. Empty your dishwasher. All the things that we do that make up our day Just a little bit better all right. So let's jump in here and start with the best way to wake up in the morning so the best way to get out of bed. This is My expert michael bruce's whose The sleep doctor. He's fantastic and there really is an actual order in which you're supposed to do these things. I didn't realize that for one. You should not snooze right. You should never hit the snooze button. There's no way to get back into any kind of deep fulfilling sleep. It's just gonna ultimately make you more groggy as good as it feels to hit snooze and roll back over ultimately it's it's not the best thing for you so you wanna swing your legs over and get your feet on the ground and once you're there you're like halfway home right. You wanna take five depressed because the oxygen will stimulate your brain and they'll get you kind of waking up. You wanna drink a full glass of water. And that's because we lose Almost leader of water through the humidity in our breath at night. So you're waking up already dehydrated so if you can drink glass of water that's going to help you and if you can get outside within ten to fifteen minutes of waking up into the sunlight that's really important and it's because we have this Melatonin drip in our brains and it creates groggy morning. Feel and the blue light in sunlight. We'll stop that. It'll stop that melatonin drip and give us a clear that morning fog and it also just feels really good to get outside and it's amazing to set yourself up for a good day and you can go outside. Get your mel walk round. Pick a few weeds. Water your garden. Whatever it is you can also turn your shower. Water really cold at the end And that helps you. Wake up refreshed as well I i do that occasionally. Because it's a little little tough so help me get out the door in the morning. Because i think that's a tough one for a lot of people especially if you have kids and then where am i keys and i can't find my wallet and i'm running laid. So what's the magic to getting out the door on time and stress free laura vander cam my productivity expert in the book or one of them. She she does the steps for how to get out of how to get out the door in the morning calmly and she has this great quote. Which is the space between putting on your shoes and backing out of your driveway is not zero. So many people think that it is and that's why they're five minutes late everywhere. And i certainly fall in that category. So it's really about designating a place where you keep all your stuff that you need for your day to get out the door because that's when we get become late. I can't find my shoes. i can't find the keys. Oh i need this. I need that but if you have a home for things and you always put things back in their home and that home is maybe a mud room or foyer or a little hallway by your front door. Then when you're walking out the door you always know what you need to get And there are you know. She also talks about which i love is transport less stuff in general right. What are you really need for your day. Edit edit edit. If you're going into an office maybe you keep two things. Maybe you keep parachuting your office re running shoes for the gym in the office and a pair at home on umbrella keeping umbrella in your car and one at home..
"michael bruce" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show
"Like issues go through and then i just want to be a morning person but yeah i've always always been a late night person and i i do think 'cause we also get a lot of questions on my intermittent fasting podcast about like the metabolic benefits of early versus late night. Eating and i like my co-host thinks there's not really enough research on it. I do think the research pretty supports that early. Evening is better. But i also think that what you like. What makes you happy and what you can stick to you as much more sustainable with exercise the exercise that you do so so i i still do that the late night but yeah no. I've always been alina person. And i'm currently reading on the power of when dr michael bruce. He's asleep expert. Because i'm going to interview him. And he has like four colonel types in his book. And i am the i keep taking the quiz and i'm the like the insomniac dolphin so it's fine aligns with at least one of your careers which is performing it. Where i don't know about you. But if i were on camera all day or if our waiting to do a show or doing music shows throughout the day i kinda would just wouldn't eat for most of the day and wouldn't be hungry and if i did eat it would be good. I don't know. I was too hyped up for that to feel right and then you know once all the shows were done. You just absolutely famished. And you eat everything inside. And then you fall asleep right. That's kind of the typical. I wasn't unusual in my approach right. That's pretty typical. No like literally exact same. And especially when i was in la. And like. when i first graduated. I did like six months or so of just doing background and like every television show known to mankind. And that's when that lifestyle really really well because basically you're just sitting around and there's lots of food and i just like you don't want.
"michael bruce" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"Cognition. Your mental acuity is heightened is certain time of day you know so for. Maybe it's for you. Maybe it's in the afternoon early afternoon. Maybe it's first thing in the morning. Maybe it's you're more of a night out. Maybe you're with the whole gang all right and you you have your time of cognition. Your your heightened cognition in the evening right. So even though we're talking about these biological clocks biological rhythms there is a bit of fluctuation from person person because we're all unique all right but what we're gonna talk about today is where the vast majority of humans really fit into that pattern. And so i wanna keep that in mind that you do have unique metabolic and circadian disposition. But in general humans are genes have been wired a certain way for a very long time but fluctuation we talked about that with dr michael bruce on a classic episode of the model. Hell show that will put you in the show notes in so. I just wanted to give those early tenants to talk about..
"michael bruce" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"American prophet dot org. Ufo's what's all the fuss about. Please go check out that article. And it was written by. Michael bruce yanni so check that out Seals trump and bowls speaker. See you check out canadian program. Detriment determines this the other one so canadian program determines when seniors have six months to live whether experts warn system will compel euthanasia so That's in harbingers daily. So check that out. The canadian medical association journal published a study. That claimed that a new computer. Listen folks that a new computer risk calculator can determine what an elderly person has six months left live however many are concerned that will be used to pressure. The elderly towards euthanasia otherwise known as imia ide- medically assisted dying. Please please check out that article. Who tell you about talked out. But that's an harbingers daily dot com. Please go check that article out of so much. The bowling point. Which is todd. Hamson says enter twenty twenty minutes twenty twenty included to cover this cover nineteen manmade. Excuse me i mean. Gain of function virus was released as was lawlessness. Violence deception deep political corruption and other moral evils on a broader scale than we could ever then. We would ever seen or been made aware of so man end at this time. These signs are happening globally. So check that out. That's todd hamson. And now what will this. New wave of lockdowns do global economy. Well folks. I can tell you what it's going to wipe out the global economy the in there though in the digital currency and then of course they're gonna start implementing the the market the beast which is three and a half years into the tribulation. So we're no. We're you know we're not in that of your christian. You're not gonna you're not gonna have to make that decision between the mark of the beast you're not The bible tells us we will be raptured before that happens mark. The beast is not happening until three and a half years into the tribulation and So you're not gonna be here for that. We probably won't even know who the anti crosses because it says that man of lawlessness will not be revealed until The one who restrains is removed is taken out and so we're in the church age now. We are removed then. That man of lawlessness will be revealed if you thank you know who the antichrist is yet. Don't of course we have a pretty good idea. I'm sure you know we can make some assumptions But you all know what they were assumption means and i don't have to say that this is a family christian program <hes> but anyway <hes> guys that's spills and those are the top headlines that i saw today I'm still getting moved. Thanks to my friends. We find got everything. Move today. So i'll be for probably week or so but anyway a very thankful for money apartment over thankful to be where i am a very thankful to the lord for what he has done and Every day i wake up this thinking this could be the day that the lord calls of home So if we don't go on the rapture you know you never know what can happen. When the lord calls a you home individually or me home individually so we always must be ready. Be sure That jesus christ as your savior not just a little prayer that you said when you were seven years old You know it's a. It's a decision that she have to make any have to live for him. He is the lord of your life and so the decision is very important. <hes> in the bible says when you become a christian yet your fruits will will prove it. So you're not saved by your works but your work but she will have works. If you are a christian you worked will show that evidence of your salvation in christ in the decision that you made so anyway with that folks guys that is my spiel Get in the word of god and let the word of god get into you and as always mair. Naphtha lord jesus miron naphtha. Oh goodness come. Lord jesus comes so guys people less heavy wonderful evening and god bless you.
Why Athletes Want Trademarks for Everything
"Sir ryan. I'm super curious. How did you land on trademarks as something to write about in the first place. Well i was actually working with as an editor on a story. Earlier this spring about the buffer brothers ryan hawkins smith is an editor and writer for espn dot com and he reported on the rise of athletes seeking trademarks which saw an enormous uptick in two thousand. Twenty michael bruce buffer Most people know the michael for let's get ready to rumble. Yes we work on this story. We discovered some numbers that we thought could not be right and the numbers were that trademark alone. That one sentence that michael says in the ring may have netted the buffer brothers north of one hundred million. Maybe three four hundred million dollars over the years but yeah it was bonkers but it checks out that one phrase it's a business unto itself like one of my favorite details. We were working on this. There's a website for michael buffer and. Let's get ready to rumble where you can go and rat out people you have seen or heard using that phrase get ready to rumble and in return for being a horrible internet informant. They will mail us some buffer merge and then they will pursue legal action so i was just thinking as i read all of this. I got a dive into this world. I need to know more. So i want to be very clear about this. Then what's the motive for filing a trademark ryan. If you're an athlete so a lot of trademarks can be quite lucrative. I bet we ended up talking quite a bit about the ones that make a lot of money. The vast majority though are athletes protecting themselves protecting their trademark. Just in case because the reality is when you think about hail murray as big play as that was and as much as it it resonated in the sports world like how much money. How many t shirts saying hail marie are. They actually going to sell like if they're lucky. What fifty thousand dollars. It costs a couple thousand dollars to to get an attorney and to get a trademark so it's actually a really bad business plan most of the time but it makes sense that you would go and protect your athlete like the last thing i think a manager or a business advisor wants is to have to come to kyla murray after murray says hey why am i seeing coffee mugs outside the stadium that have my raise and picture on them so it's mostly about protection. This is also an industry that you say has been not only connected to sports and athletes for decades and decades. It's also changed in the past decade or so. How did that come to be. There's two answers. The short basic answer is that good athletes have management people around them at bigger teams than ever think about this stuff all of the time but i go down a rabbit hole about the more meta answer which is applications went from two hundred sixty nine thousand in the united states in two thousand eight to twice that in twenty twenty Oh a small number actually athletes. So this is a society thing. And so the wormhole that i go down is just how much humans are more cognizant of the idea of celebrity and individual branding than ever before and you could point to social media for some of that. You can point to the kardashians. Maybe even donald trump as examples of successful personal branding
"michael bruce" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"Go get a drink right because wolves liked to do that. We're high risk takers. We like to party with social situations to put them in that. Put your boss in the situation. That's most comfortable to them. Because you're going to ask them for something that they may or may not want to give you know. I love that and the other thing. We didn't talk about. And i was going to say it again. A little bit derail was. I think i would. If you're like a split between two that would happen a lot. So their briggs discovered so with having two million people take the quiz. Yeah you've discovered quite a bit so it turns out that there are early bears. Yeah and there late bears okay. So there are people who fall into that bear category in the middle but actually preferred wake up early or they prefer to stay up all ed. So we've actually started to learn. We're getting more and more categories and to be fair. I have a new book. That's going to be coming out a year from december shaw. And we're looking at and you're gonna love this especially because we're taking the krono types and we're putting body types over my gosh. I will love that. But and it's going to be all about movement and sleep and energy. Okay we'll use. I can't wait to come back and talk to you about it. Then i was gonna say you have to come back in a year from now. But in the meantime you can hung up before that because i can of course i told you give you my co host. I love it right now. His newest book. It's called the power of win. And his name is dr michael bruce. He is asleep doctor and always has so much valuable information that just covers the spectrum. I'm not just leak. But how every how basically how sleep can not just practices. You can get better sleep but how it can kind of help you in so many other areas of your life so this has been amazing. Thank you so much for coming. I appreciate come on habits. Also world would i be. I don't know accolade. thank you so much..
"michael bruce" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"All right okay. So we have. It's in hassles back doing in person. You're my first. Well i wondered you are. You should be honored. We have dr michael bruce. He is otherwise aka known as the sleep. Dr thank you who comes with a plethora of amazing information on how it could have a better night's sleep and how sleep really affects everything about us. And i said we're we're live. We're not this is like it's kind of awkward. Or because i feel like this is i'm not used to him so used to looking at someone on soon that this kind of is a very pleasant yea so thank you for being habits and hustle and thank you to be my first impression gas. It is absolutely my pleasure to be here you know. I love being on habits and hustle. I've been on at once before and you are my hustle queen so i am absolutely down for being here and having some fun. Well thank you first of all episode that the first episode of your. what am i first episodes. Ever there you go and it did so well. People really people are really fascinating fascinated with sleep and it's one of those weird things though. It's like it's kind of a mystery to everybody. You know people always like like if i go to a cocktail party and they find a sleep specialist. My wife like rolls her eyes and walks to the bar. You know 'cause she's like this is going to be forever with the questions right and says that question question question but i think that's because so many people have never talked to somebody about sleep. That really knows a lot about sleep. I mean let's be fair if you went to see asleep doctor. It's probably because you had a possible. Diagnosis like apnea narcolepsy or something like that. But for people who have like the everyday questions people who want to train and learn how to sleep better to train bender or sleep better to live better. There really aren't a whole lot of places to go to learn about that stuff. So that's why i'm stoked habits hustle because we can teach people that information right here. Oh my god. You're so great. You're so great at those sound bites awesome. That's what i love about you. So let me say that..
"michael bruce" Discussed on Pantheon
"Album was a flop to it wasn't until they teamed up with producer Bob Estrin that they finally had a hit with their third album. But by Nineteen seventy-two Alice Cooper were huge stars and generating more than their share of controversy. They were an easy target for grandstanding politicians. So Vincent now Alice responded with his own political satire, the nineteen seventy two elections were right around the corner and who would make the most unlikely candidate Alice Cooper. Despite the fact that reflected had bombed as a single Bob as really liked the song as the story goes, he told the band, it should be redone and made a hundred times bigger. So the riff and some of the melody of reflected were re used to create the new song elected. Elected was released as a single in September nineteen seventy-two right before the election it was also included as track number three on the billion dollar babies album that followed in February nineteen seventy. The Song Features Alice Cooper on Vocals Glen Buxton on Lead Guitar Michael Bruce on Rhythm Guitar Dennis. dunaway on Bass and Neil Smith on drums the song was written by five band members and produced by Bob as. The song opens with a big intro. One Crashing Guitar Chord in a few quick notes from Dennis Dunaway's base in the left channel along with some oddball percussion.
"michael bruce" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"That was the first thing I wanted to hear and I was really how did leave disappointed Terrible. Rabanne they had. Not. The I mean. The original songs on that album weren't that great on paranormal. There were of humor few that. One's like. Oh God this is even worse see and I thought those were getting my favorites and they were my least favorites. Yeah I don't I don't know what's going on there I don't know is that like you know it does Michael Bruce. Not having more to to wrote choride those anthems or is it like? Did they hide the best shit to make it look like Alice doesn't need him I don't know I. Mean They Michael Bruce released like a easier because he's doing a Michael Bruce Ban thing next year and and I really enjoyed what I heard on that. So I don't know if it's also holding back as Ryan holding him back. But it's yeah. I mean I it wasn't I wasn't blown away by that either and even like you said he and not even the original stuff out paranormal for the most part I wasn't crazy about there is maybe two songs that were really keepers for as far as my personal playlist goes so. You know we'll see how it goes. Yeah but I don't know I'm always pulling from fucking Harris I. Love Alice Cooper I. Love Him to death. I. You know I love all eras but to me. You know there's the Alice Cooper band and then there's everything else. You end as much as I don't want to discredit them. I think always the weak link was Glen Buxton. As, far as writing, I would say as far as performing writing. You know it was always about Alice and Michael Bruce Right..
"michael bruce" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Heard. Addition Scott you want to bring us home? How do I follow that Bruce? Thank you for. All the songs. Thank you for the memories. Thank you for the Good Times Buddy. Happy Birthday Hope to hear more from you. So junior you say. The longer a spring. Yes. Perfect. As. Usual on strikes. A. Neighbor. Hey Jack. What are we doing here? Well, straight from the Big American hearts of Jack billings presents me and my neighbor Michael. A comedy podcast about neighborhood goings on. Just doing a commercial or what? Better, Michael. A commercial for admiration of legend. Do. You know what today is, Michael September twenty third. birthday of the boss. You know the common man from Dirty Jersey Bruce springsteen Bruce springsteen's birthdays. Okay Seventy Years Old Michael Bruce Good job. Cool. Kudos..
Bruce Springsteen’s Son Sam Joins Jersey City’s Firefighters
"Los on hand as the sun was sworn in along with fourteen other in Jersey city firefighters corresponded to Michael's Bruce Springsteen's youngest son Sam was one of the fifteen new firefighters sworn in the boss and his wife Patty Ron had to watch their youngest child's big moment Springsteen says the family is very proud of Sam's accomplishment a few years Sam Springsteen has been a volunteer firefighter since graduating from a mom of county fire academy in twenty
"michael bruce" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Folks have come in through big time I'd love to raise a quarter million dollars right a hundred eleven thousand eight hundred and eleven dollars Kim ranger just gave to alternate Michael's although just thirty two hundred sixty thank you Michael Bruce Johnson donated ten thank you Michael thank you Bruce I don't care what you give if you give according your means and I thank you if you do all right now I want to go back to the impeachment very quickly get Kevin McCarthy talked yesterday as well and the leader of the house Republicans was as eloquent as was Cheney and Steve Scalise cut number twenty even though Congress enacted invited there is something that the speaker has said just this year that I think unites the entire nation what she said I think almost everybody agrees with exactly right here impeachment is so divisive to the country but unless there's something flow from falling and overwhelming and bipartisan I do not think we should go down the path because it divides the country March eleventh twenty nineteen imagine most everybody in America believes in peach meant the sort of icy but if we were to do it you have to be from following overwhelming fan by parties three criteria as the speaker laid out to this country to move what is going to happen this week those three issue she laid have failed each one there's nothing compelling there's nothing overwhelming and the only bipartisan we have vote we have had in this house is not to move for with impeachment enquiring but that has not stopped the hi Kevin McCarthy sign with a lot better than poor Adam Schiff sign Adam Chippendale this big poster and it would make no sense that was Sir thank Adam ship as Kevin McCarthy overwhelming compelling bipartisan he laid out his three words there was yeah you're right Nancy Pelosi wide and and it's just Bravo Kevin McCarthy well done well done well done Hey don't forget no safe spaces gonna know same spaces dot com to find out where that movie is playing no safe spaces is across the United States now it is killing it at the box office Adam corolla.
"michael bruce" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"One thirteen and the Astros or one seventy nine in the last five years mine is one ninety one the Orioles not as bad I don't think really l'oreal one eighty seven okay you you for all you really don't realize like we marked the Orioles the Tigers are worse or the same Feb winning percentage wise when winning percentage wise they're a little better but they have one less win points three three thirteen for the Orioles three sixteen very Tigers the Orioles are thirty one in sixty eight really thirty three games behind the Yankees the Tigers are thirty sixty five at twenty nine games behind the twins below average way but this how about if you were in Seattle and the mariners started the season twelve and one I think it was something like that in a million one yeah whatever and they'd a million home runs in the first week and a half there forty one in sixty two damn why we don't don't get too bent out of shape about the first couple of weeks clearly here Astros hammer the ages eleven to one a one six in a row AJ hand says Hey we're not even at full strength yet mentalities real in there the the belief Israel and no matter what name I put in there I feel really good about it when our guys you know get back to get together the team that we expect to have you know nights like this can happen to help us win rookie your down Alvarez has thirty five RBIs for the first thirty games of his big league career that is an MLB record Gerrit Cole eleven strikeouts over seven innings to pick up his eleventh win the Indians also heating up they've won eight of nine taking care of the blue jays seven to three red Sox dump the rays nine to four JD Martinez homered and drove in four for Boston and as Jerry mentioned last hour the race when the when with a position player in the ninth down only five Michael Bruce so give up a run on three hits in the red Sox did win that game nationally giants stop the cubs five before they get above five hundred for the first time this season did so with a three run eighth inning rally that's nine at ten sixteen of nineteen for San Francisco red stuff the Berber sixty five you had the swaras couple homers at the go ahead two run shot in the ninth the cardinals held on to beat the pirates in ten after this and here it comes.
"michael bruce" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"These special segments, where we go in deeper on a topic and learn more about it, and this morning, seventeen we're going to go deeper on this topic. It's about blue light and its impact on you. So if you're up this early, you probably care about how much sleep you get, and it turns out all of that blue light from screens and phones can keep you awake. Yeah, it really can. And there are some new developments about what you can do about the light, by the way, Michael Bruce, is a clinical psychologist and a specialist in sleep medicine. And he recently told CBS why blue light is bad for your sleep is bad for sleep. So it turns out that there's a very particular wavelength of light. That's blue and would hit certain cells in your I called it tells them to turn off the melatonin faucet in your brain. Will you kind of want that faucet on when you're trying to fall asleep at night, and now there's technology that we can all have in our homes that can allow us to do that? So we're going to go deeper at seven seventeen about some of the technology that's available out there. And there's a new study out of Amsterdam, Christina, talks about new research that found that wearing a certain type of glass, these glasses that you can wear can filter up. Blue light virtually has the same impact on sleep as turning off the devices entirely. And I know you know, a little bit about this, because you use these S's use that. And they work helped me. They do help when it comes to sleep. It'll be interesting. So that's coming up at seven seventeen this morning. And if you are going to be at your desk, then take us with you and the iheartradio app. Download the app and you can listen to us all morning. So what are you watching now that the game of thrones is over will are viewing habits change forever? Will there ever be the that one big show.
"michael bruce" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Shopping. Isn't it crazy though, how we face so much resistance in our mind when we're looking at the treadmill for me my thing, and and I've been on my workouts for the last seven months now consistently, and it's been amazing. But for me, it's so funny every time I look at that polo bar. I don't wanna do it. Yeah. Because pull ups hard for me. And so I look at the pull up bar, and I see it as like is this an opportunity for me to fail. Am I going to be disappointed by my results? But what you said is so important by showing up so just getting up there and grabbing that dang bar and doing my best working out is that another one on the list because that's on my list to get my workout in in the morning. Have to. And that's that's important because there was a study done at Appalachian state university. Find discover when's the best time to work out. And they did it at seven AM the groups they tested, seventy AM one PM and seven PM, and they found the people that worked out at seven AM, even if it sucks ashore workout just like three or four five minutes long, like you're doing burpee, ease or some kind of hypertensive, basically get the heart rate going, and you know, because that's really important for your brain. Because blood flow and oxygen to your brain. They found the people who did it at seven AM not only lost more weight, but they also slept better. Also as well. So even if you're not doing your full workout now most people like to do it in the morning because if they don't do in the morning. Exactly because at night when they get tired. And then that's where the fatigue sets in. And then it's harder to motivate yourself. So now, it's different though. Because some people are just they call them krono types krona type is like your body type depending on your hormones. So you've heard this phrase like morning like nine owls or early birds. Those are actual animals, right? And so the chronic type is actually your body type when you understand your krona type is like there's a book out there called the power of win by Dr Michael Bruce and attain talks about four different animals. And depending on what your animal type is dependent. When you're gonna wins the best time to work out. When's the best time to go to sleep? When's the best time to ask for a raise? When's the best time to make the best time to make love because it depends some people they had their hormones are different during the different parts a day. And then you you match that activity to that hormone. I feel like I used to be an idle because I could stay up all night our both morning birds. But that's so interesting because I also believe there's so much information out there as far as like, oh, everyone should do this kind of a diet. And the one thing that I feel like universally like you're saying you're saying, you know, a dentist on yourself with these different animals, and how that actually affects when you should do certain things was the the blood type diet and how I sort of going through the list of the oblique type. And so many things are ringing a bell for me. And how they were talking about the difference in how you should exercise. And for me. It's like a lot of people that will I feel great when I lift weights. And I'm like, yeah. I feel good when I lift weights. But if I'm not getting any cardio. There's something about me that's overall thar GIC, and I stay in kind of this. The sleepy state. You know, and so I'm not as motivated to or I guess, I'm not as energize too. I think we're all bio individual. And so it it shows, whether it's your your blood type or two krona type or Arabic body type whatever it is. There's these different tendencies right where we really thrive. And so not not any one thing helps everybody something somebody could ingest. And so I recommend people take go to functional medicine doctor get food sensitivity test because what's good for? Somebody kills me. Great for somebody. But also could be not so great for something realize exactly beating your whole life. You are your children beating the whole time. And then you have these symptoms. But you're not sure why because I could be in derived from food. But that's the other thing is like going back to brushing your teeth with the opposite hand number one. It's difficult because you want to get yourself to do difficult things..
"michael bruce" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What a nice cool ten million. I mean, ten million great you'll sit and look at Staples. Talk to you. They're saying he's making six figures per UFC burst buffer, which is fantastic. What are they is there? So here's the deal was the heavyweight because he's got all these trademarks people can't even go out there and say the pain the say things like he's just a heavyweight. What is what is their find the the going rate for buffer to that Finkel worth them? So Michael buffer. His is a little lower per event. Hold on. If Michael buffers worth four hundred million. I'm thinking Finkel has to be like four fifty let Travis finish get buffer. What does he get paid? So Michael only gets he gets paid anywhere from fifteen to one hundred thousand depending on the event, but here's the deal. Here's you have to work to get paid because he has people just saying things, and they had to pay him to say it that that's the heavyweight when you get paid to not work. Hey, Bruce, go work. And by the way, you said Howard fickle, the wrestling announcer. There was a a YouTube wedding where he announced the bride and groom and all that. And I actually casually looked into it when I got married, and I think it's not crazy. I think it was like ten or twenty thousand dollars like getting like, I think you could get Finkel to announce your wedding, probably nothing absurd. So if you got married now at this TV show coming up you have to figure my wedding Travis. Give me give me your best friend again. One more time coming down man from Venice Beach, California, man, HOGAN. Yeah. See I mean, it sounds like him. Right. All right. So rank these the Michael Bruce Finkel and the classy James junior was in a class all by himself. Oh, announcer wise. Michael buffer Howard Finkel. James junior birth buffer. At the bottom. Are you guys running at them put this the rest? Okay. Fair enough. Michael buffer wouldn't even be worth that four hundred million dollars. If it wasn't for his baby, bro. Bruce to say trademark your lines and take this serious. This isn't a who's a better businessman coming, but you were talking about his his network. We wasn't a net worth conversation either. I've got you know, he wouldn't have that money. If it wasn't for Bruce talking some sense into him and starting that company. So once more conic legendary has been doing it for years once hotter now, that's my take is Bruce buffer all day, boom, the Titus altogether. You're talking money. Let me give everyone a quick post holiday tip because I know everyone is looking at.
Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
"You to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat this is of this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers like delicious wines that now come in canes or shop online at totalwine dot com total wine and more this election is ridiculous dropping drug prices i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute president trump has outlined his plan to lower the cost of prescriptions drugmakers would have to include the price of medicines in tv ads in private health insurers will get negotiating power with drugmakers our plan will end the dishonest doubledealing that allows the middleman to pocket rebates and discounts that should be passed on to consumers and patients former new york assembly speaker sheldon silver has been convicted on public corruption charges there's a wildfire blazing north of prescott arizona evacuations are ordered at least two homes are destroyed the most popular baby names in two thousand seventeen our mike hampton reports for the fourth year in a row emma was the top girl's name on the boys side liam was the most popular in two thousand seventeen and the popularity of the name alexa is dropping may be because of the echo voice assistant i'm jacky quin chicago bishop will be giving the address at the royal wedding in windsor on may nineteenth kensington palace says the head of the episcopal church the most reverend michael bruce curry will give a sermon at the wedding of prince harry and american actress meghan markle he'll join the dean of windsor the right reverend david connor and the archbishop of canterbury justin welby who will officiate at the service curry's the first african american to have served as presiding bishop of the episcopal church an offshoot of the church of england in.
Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
"On the planet plenty has raised nearly two hundred thirty million dollars so far but it had to embrace a longtime farmers crutch government handouts japanese city of sapporo seems to be having second thoughts about bidding for the twenty twenty six winter olympics a spokesman for the city's bid promotion department tells the assoc press public opinion polls are indicating a preference for twenty thirty in an email the spokesman said sapporo's not made an official decision yet whether to withdraw from pursuing twenty twenty six but he says polls show it might be better to bid for the twenty thirty games sapporo which held the nineteen seventy two winter olympics is one of seven cities to show interest in two thousand twenty six the international olympic committee will decide enact tober which bids are serious and the winner will be picked in september of twenty nineteen chicago bishop will be giving the address at the royal wedding in windsor on may nineteenth kensington palace says the head of the episcopal church the most reverend michael bruce curry will give a sermon at the wedding of prince harry and american actress meghan markle he'll join the.
Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
"The selection is ridiculous the newest star wars movies premiered in hollywood the ed donahue reports on the potential summer blockbuster so low a star wars story stars alden ehrenreich as hand solo but that's okay donald glover plays a young landau cal sian there are no chances he would say no to this the japanese city of sapporo seems to be having second thoughts about bidding for the twenty twenty six winter olympics a spokesman for the city's bid promotion department tells the associated press public opinion polls are indicating a preference for twenty thirty in an email the spokesman said sapporo's not made an official decision yet whether to withdraw from pursuing twenty twenty six but he says polls show it might be better to bid for the twenty thirty games sapporo which held the nineteen seventy two winter olympics is one of seven cities to show interest in twenty twenty six the international olympic committee will decide enact tober which bids are serious and the winner will be picked in september of twenty nineteen chicago bishop will be giving the address at the royal wedding in windsor on may nineteenth kensington palace says the head of the episcopal church the most reverend michael bruce curry will give a sermon at the wedding of prince harry and american actress meghan markle he'll join the.