17 Burst results for "Michael Idea"

"michael idea" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"It's hard and i loved so much in one ear chapters. You talked about fifty one percent face all. Yeah there's a maybe top of faith. And i think that's where a lot of people find themselves. I think i started with the question of it's scary but you know what's scary fifty percent. Yeah the like. It's just one sit over his agony. It's like one percent over my doubt. And that's what. I tell people all the time i was like. I'm not like people like. Oh you're the crazy. Faith guys how do you know like how are you. Sure that as god and i tell them this is contrary to what most pastors will tell you. And i'm not like i not a hundred percent. Sure that what. I hear what i feel. What i sense is god. But if i'm fifty one percent sure i'm going for it like if i'm one percent over that this is not just a michael idea and this is not just some form of ambition or like this is something that i feel like god has placed on my heart and i'll check through in prayer and i've talked to some people about like i'm going for it and i think that one of the things that people discount is how much god loves to see. His children trust him. They're like i have kids and it's nothing like watching my kid think and know that their daddy's gonna come through for them like even if it wasn't my intention like when i hear my daughter like my daddy said that he's taking me to disneyworld esl. I gotta take a disney. Because they believe in their father and what would it look like if organisms not to organizations because we think faith is our churches job and as a church. We're gonna have faith. But i'm talking about organism me like what would happen if i would believe god in faith and put my faith in god is said what he's declared over me in his word and what he's told me personally in times of prayer times of journaling and what has been spoken over me and prophecy and all these different things if i actually believe that and whatever the next step was i took that step. I don't gotta be a hundred percent. Sure i wasn't one hundred percents. That me and natalie were supposed to be married. I wasn't one hundred percents. You are supposed to buy the car that i bought it. I wasn't one hundred percents. Sure if that macaroni. I eight yesterday. And it's good for me. But i was fifty one percent short and proved to be god. And that's where. I want everybody so many times. We make this black or white situation but there's so many areas in our faith walk. That god is okay with the gradient. Because it's going to turn into a color but we're in the middle of the process on a journey and i just think when it comes to this thing about faith all the things that people say mike. You had so much faith for that while we see the outcome of that. It didn't start like and in the middle. We probably wasn't like that and when it happened. I was just as shocked as everybody else because it really was gone but i had the odd acidy to live my life at fifty one percent. Faith if i'm fifty one percent sure it's god that i'm supposed to make that phone call if i'm fifty one percent sure. It's god that i'm supposed to start that business if i'm fifty one percent. Sure when i was supposed to go. I now need to stay. I'm going to follow that. And every time i found either i learned a valuable lesson or i see god do a crazy fake miracle. I was thinking about this part of your book a couple years ago my husband. I walked through this incredible faith journey where we felt like god was asking us to pick up our family and go move to a new city a new state a new church and it was the craziest thing ever because we love where we love hall. We'd like literally like we live in upper forever house. And god's i want you to move and where you're going. You're going to live a real small house. I mean you know it's like different. Thank and man mike. We journeyed all summer. And when you talk about fifty one percent and gives me chills a little bit because we kept. We kept seven. We kept separate and at the very last minute when i tell you the very much man. I'm talking about eleven. Fifty nine guy. Said i want you to stay. And so i remember a couple of days after months actually after feeling like did i miss you got like i walked in complete faith for three months walking through that that fifty one percent like that i felt like it and i had this moment where i remembered the story of abraham and his son and you know abraham gets up there and got ask them to go sacrifices son and abraham goes all the way and literally the last minute. God provides a sacrifice. And i read that story over and over and what i never saw was i never saw abraham say i wonder if i missed god but you just said two things are going to happen and for me. I didn't miss god man. I went never been closer to him than in the three months of my entire life of having to like walk through that fifty one percent and so there is this like what if it's not got but it was and it didn't turn out like i thought but i'm closer to him now and i hear his voice better now on and that is precisely why we have to live in fade. Because what most people are doing is they think. They live in faith for the outcome. You live in faith for obedience like that's why you live in faith. I'm trusting that god's telling me that. I'm supposed to sign up at this gym like why. Am i going to this gym. Like what is the reason for going to the gym. But we don't know is your obedience to culture that jim six months down. The road is going to present an opportunity for you to get in community with somebody..

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"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Your host michael ideas in this episode. I'm speaking with brian mills. He'll i had that question from one of my clients do want. Can we do a year term. And that's the question that most people ask him and the reason for that. I have to ask them why they're asking anymore The reason they're asking that is they're concerned with what if it doesn't work out i don't want to be on the book for tangiers so first of all you have to purge your your mind. What's a real threat. And and and what's not a real threat defaulting. The dentist is not a real viable threat. Unless you just do something wildly crazy or you're doing something so on the cheek or cutting corners the success rate for a scratch dental start up these numbers of interact by the bank since they eighties is ninety. Nine point six percent success rate from scratch. Startup that even beats acquisitions believe it or not shocked people when they hear that so the save money is is. Brian has been on the podcast. Before.

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"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Your host michael ideas and in this episode. We're chatting with the homey corey pin iger from cough force. And we kind of just talk about what's been going on with. Call force any updates new services that they got going on but we also get into the business of how he's been growing how everything's happening over there and growing pains right so we talk a lot about business ownership in this episode. And you guys. I know a lot of you can relate Especially with i mean. They have such a huge huge Employees load and so they discussed like staffing issues or he talks about staffing issues and trying to find employees but something. I love that corey mentions in here. Is he talks to us about his interview tactics. Because that's that's an issue right now right. We're getting it's harder for people to come in just for interviews. I mean we're getting ghosted a lot of the times. So what he talks about is exactly his process on how to make sure he minimizes this and brings people on his team. And i thought oh my gosh. This is brilliant. We can copy this. Everybody can copy this. And it's amazing. So i really want you guys to listen to that. Maybe take a paper and pencil out. Write it down exactly. Obviously we want to tailor it to our brands right Our practices but follow what he does the interview tactics and in when he's going to hire someone from the moment that they reach out to you and saying i want to apply all the way to the moment that they signed the data line in the first day of work. He breaks down to us so we discussed out. Like i said we also discussed the growing pains in the company We talk about the economy quite a bit so yeah and updates so without further delay. Guys here is cory pinnock corey..

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"michael idea" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"michael idea" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"All right. Appreciate your time today. Maybe we'll check in with you during the session. As we try to figure out what our kids going to do, whether the go back to school, whether it's gonna be voluntary. What the teachers want to do is well, thank you. I appreciate your time. Okay. Well, thank you. You two by eight minutes until two o'clock. That was Mary par Sanchez, president of an E, a New Mexico. Joe Dixon will join us at two o'clock from the Food Depot. Senator Michael Idea to 30 Harley Matthews from the American Conservation Coalition of three and State Senator Linda Lopez, majority whip at 3 30 Somewhere in there, give away $25 gift card to Joe's dining. So if you want, you can get a food platter for that Giant football game is coming up on Sunday. Be right back Talk 12 61 378 years. Yeah, You should. Probably me yesterday, man. It sure why will be coming right back to the Richard He'd show no voice of Santa Fe here on Katie RC Santa Fes news talk leader. The first rule of medicine is do no harm. Shouldn't that be the first rule of everything? Business politics, RELIGION, EDUCATION, agriculture gardening. Sometimes the most profound thing you can do is nothing. Take a step back and allow nature to take its course. Let the caterpillar become a butterfly. Let the aphids be a feast for baby birds and Lady Bird's alike. For more than 40 years,.

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"michael idea" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"michael idea" Discussed on WJR 760

"Uh, great Michigan Dir. Former chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He's a former FBI agent. If the president would have made him the head of the FBI, the president would have reduced many of his Problems. That's my opinion. I've said it from the beginning. I still believe it, but be that as it may Congressman Mike Rogers joining us It's 7 18. Meanwhile, Marie Do we want? Well, first, I should remind everyone about something we talked about. Earlier, General Motors chairman And CEO Mary Barra. Presenting the opening keynote address during the Si es that consumer electronic show 2021. It says with the notes, I have that Mary Barra shares a closer look at G. M's. Transformational strategy to advance mobility for communities around the world with laying the foundation for an all electric future as just the beginning. And we talked with the air taxis, all the other stuff. And apparently, you can get a video of her comments at C. E s b roll dot com. I guess that's open everybody C E s B. Roll that calm now serious topic or lighthearted topic for right now, let's please do light. I'm so glad you said that because I was reading it's thing in The New York Times about the pandemic and the A. There's There's just I don't want to get further into that. Well, we will little later because the mayor will be here. Mike Duggan, several good guests coming up. That'll have a lot of insights. Tweet. We try to do the best we can do here. Is there something speaking of consumer electronics show Si es. Have you heard of something called cold snap? I never had no They're calling it. The curing of ice cream. Oh, The pod technology makes ice cream and other treats in under a minute and a half. Unveiled this week by Sigma Phase, I guess is what it's called The cold snap works similarly to a cure it appliance are good little coffee makers we have from absolute here. But instead of dishing out coffee, it makes single serve pod dispensed ice cream and other tasty frozen treats. Like Frozen margaritas, Anybody Mango passion, Fruit smoothies, chocolate ice cream, Just a few of the available options with the cold snap countertop device. I would really like to know how it works. Are there You know, I'm always thinking about chemicals are cameras being used in good question yet, right? How could you not think of chemicals anymore? It's like almost automatic, but but given that they know we're going to think about that, so if they want to be successful They've had to figure out a way through these pods to be able to produce ice cream in 1 to 2 minutes, they say, and it's gonna have to be healthy who would come out? With a product in this day and age that didn't deliver a healthful product that be just plain that be stupid. Yeah, I would have to agree with you. I'm very curious about this. That's just sounds fabulous. Really. When you think about it sounds really fabulous thing on the kitchen counter. Not so sure. It's so good for us, but it is. Oh, by the way, the air friar. That I got Kim for Christmas is on the counter. But you know, with all this stuff, including this this cold snap ice cream making gadget they Our shelves are cabinets have to be a little higher. To be able to put some of these things under the cabin. It's on the counter. Exactly, But excuse me. I just have to go back for a second. I'm trying to wrap my head around something. You got Kim and Air Friar for Christmas. It was just one of many items and and I blew this. I'm telling you, I blew it. And I'll explain why Uh, we did the usual. We're not going to do any presents this year. Come on. We have presents. We live a wonderful life. We're lucky people. We're not gonna come out right? There's nothing you need. There's nothing I need. And then, of course we get presents. Exactly. And it's a little haphazard on my part of Michael idea, and and you know, so I was this was This is this is emasculating, but I was paging through. Oprah magazine. I think it was her last magazine. I'm not sure I mean there. I have to come up with a reason that I was actually paging through Oprah's magazine. I promise you It's not what I generally do, but I think it said on the cover. I think it's it. It's been a great ride. Stick around for the next thing we do. So I thought, What was she stopping the magazine and apparent she had stopped the magazine but anyway So Some of Oprah's favorite things. And there was an air fryer and I thought, you know, we even had in their fryer. One point by you don't know where it is. But I thought that maybe Kim would like the air fire. You've talked about it and has talked about it. Everyone who has an air friar loves their air fire. So what is the It's Yeti, the great cups and and coolers and all that yet, right? Yes, it's spelled Y e t. I m So they're in Oprah's magazine is some of my favorite things and there is a yeti. Air fryer and I go 00. I know she loves Yeti. That's a great brand. Well, this is Yeti. Why e d I This could be made in some guy's garage in North Korea. For all I know I have no idea. It's not a yeti. It's a yeti. So anyway, I don't know if I got taken to the cleaners for or if it's a good brand. I figured if Oprah's pushing it in her favorite things, it's gotta be checked out and be a good brand anyway. Yeah, well, I do hope you balance that out with something else. Get nice, sweet little things. But okay, you know, we live close to 80 jeweler, so she's I mean, if it's possible, I guess it's not possible, but she has too much stuff. Jewelry and stuff. She don't know. You never have too much of this. See? I knew you were going to say that. Yes, sir. Yeah, Never. Never. Never, never. And maybe you should talk to my husband about the year He bought me pants for Christmas. Well, you know, you make it sound like nice pants, and that's a nice It's a nice gift. It's but you're making it sound like I bought my You're making it sound like I bought my way for the John boy. You like a vacuum cleaner. Here, honey. Merry Christmas. A vacuum cleaner. It's different. You guys love.

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"michael idea" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"michael idea" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Out of your comfort zone in the premium quality and style of Wrangler five star genes. Shopper angler dot com. Jason Horowitz back with you on our Westwood One studios will get you back to three. Nothing. Army Mikey Stadium in the third quarter in just a sec. But let's let you go with what else is going on? It's not the only three. Nothing. Game number. 16, Iowa leading Wisconsin three Nothing late in the second quarter. Neither team there has 80 yards of offense. Meanwhile, earlier today number 14 northwestern 28 10 over Illinois, they ran for 400 yards in the victory number. 17 North Carolina 31 3, A 10th ranked Miami looking for their first road win over a top 10 team in 24 years, and Sarah Fuller kicked an extra point for Vanderbilt just now against Tennessee. It was the first woman to score any points in any power five football game. Jon Seda Ross Tucker. Michael's idea. Appreciate that, Jason so history's being made everywhere in the landscape of college football and normally Army Navy a standalone game. That's one of the wrinkles also being played at Army and Mikey Stadium. 9 34 to go third quarter Army three. Maybe nothing. Maybe is outgained Army now by 30 Yards, Eggs a viewer. Our line got more yards on his run to the doorstep. The Navy had is a team of the first half, and it was nearly the exclamation point to the last drive. But they were stopped on 3rd and 4th and goal at the one inverted bone. Three backs around the shotgun recessed Our line from Navy's 45 takes the snap loading up launches near ride side of Mark Walker, one on one in complete coverage there from Jabari Bordeaux, whose spinning coverage on each of babies too. S asleep. Interesting decision by Navy to come out and throw their on first down. If you remember that last drive, the first two plays they had were runs by our line. And they had all kinds of running room. I mean, our line had to back to back pretty significant runs. Now they elect to go to the air puts him in second. And long. Today's broadcast of the Army Navy game of the Westwood One is sponsored by Chevrolet, the official vehicle of America's game. Might our lives become the vehicle for Navy on the near right hash driving left to right calls for motion by miles spells out of the backfield. 2nd 10 Navy flag look like movement on that right side, false start offense. Number 66 5 Yard penalty remain second down Soft war right tackle Kip Franklin, the most novice of the line of men, who got his first career start a few weeks ago against Memphis, 61 to 80. There are many offensive tackles individual in football. Better 61 to 80. But these are not normal offenses. The premium on the tackles is really on quickness to be able to make the blocks on the backside cutoffs. It's not about pass protecting and being 663 10. Three wide slot left our line out of the gun. 2nd 15 navy and its own 40 blitz comes far side handoff goes to Nelson Smith, who gets smacked by three different army defenders. Eric Smith was there along with Amadeo West, He gets dropped at the 42. That'll be a gain of 2 13 13 e got to tell you, John, this is pretty much what I expected. I didn't think there would be very many points it all too good defense. I didn't know the fog would be like this. Or the weather would be like this, although we can see the field a little bit better than we could there in the second quarter. 3rd 14 a very dangerous situation for Candia. Mata Lo Lo's bunch. They're gonna freshman quarterback. He doesn't throw it great. You don't want any type of big turnover here. I wouldn't be surprised if they elected just running. He's over three passing. He works under center. He's got four career completions. He's going to call time out. As soon as he got under center play clock was settling down, and he calls Navy second time outs of only one left for the Midshipmen. Once again, we go downstairs to Tina John. We're seeing Amadeo West's incredible impact on the Army defense here today, and he is one of 27 finalists nominated for the Jason Witten collegiate Man. Of the Year award presented annually to the.

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"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Podcast i'm your host michael ideas and thank you guys so much for tuning in a truly appreciate it. Don't forget really quick. I just want to let you know that this podcast does have its own facebook group. It's called the dental market or society. I'm going to put a link to that in the show notes below in case you want to speak to guests a little bit more continued the conversation after the podcast episode is over. That's where it's happening in the dental market or society facebook group. So that's going to be in the show notes below case any of you guys want to join but in this episode i speak with the wonderful doctor yoshida patel and she has such an amazing story great story. She's a mentor to a lot of guys. I know that she's taught a couple of the guests who have been on this show and she has a peeper service pediatric dental practice. And she she gives us a lot of advice in this episode one of it is how she never assumes what someone can afford and what they value as soon as we start putting assumptions on on someone based on their appearance based on what they're saying or something right. I mean with conversation. And you're like oh you know what they said this about this So maybe they probably don't have money. We're assuming already. And that's going to cost us in the long run so never assume what someone can afford and what they value. We also discuss about being helpful. I mean understand that your office is not for everyone but don't just leave it at that. Be helpful enter practice literally. I mean they practice what they preach. They are extremely extremely helpful to the community. Even if for example like the new potential patient goes to their practice and then it's not a right fit. They guide them to the right fit. And some may say okay. That's a waste of time but no being helpful is never a waste of time and you guys will see why in this episode. We also discuss. What did she reinvest in in paying herself. throughout the first couple of years and we also discussed how does she structure her bonuses. I know this is a hot topic. around this time of the year especially you know you wanna give out like christmas bonuses and things like that but we discussed how she structures her bonuses according to each person so we discussed this and so so much more. I'm so excited you to listen to this episode so without further delay.

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"michael idea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"michael idea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On the Voice of New York. 7 10 w O r guys, You know what? I'm working with you? So I came up with this idea for the moment because I do things by the seat of my pants. Mr Extemporaneous. They call me around the neighborhood here. I thought it would be fun to come up with great campaign songs because we're in the presidential election season right now. And great, You know, what's a great campaign song? So I came up with one that I think I think we'll kind of Shen's send shivers up your spine when you hear it, but their best busting on me because it takes so long to get into Ow! We want the hook. We want the chorus. Len comes up with a snappy one right away. And I'm sure you know I'm going to hear years, Len, but I'm sure it's like one of those Kennedys. You know? Hopes there goes the opposition car hopes there goes the opposition. Ker Oops, There goes Theon ization curb Plop. Remember that one from Kennedy? I hope they ask you a question. Natalie, our great executive producer. Can I ask you a question? So this was Michael's idea? Right? Great campaign songs. Yes, right. Is his music ready yet? Oh, no, because he gave it to me about 10 seconds before we needed it, Of course. So here he comes up with this idea Tails involved. I have to scramble the last second to come up with something and we're not even ready with his music on the air. No more ready now. It's ready, Mendel years first, cause yours is gonna be obvious. Okay? And Jo Jo, you're the judge here on I want you to understand what I'm trying to do here. I'm trying to build suspense. And when you hear what I have, you're going to think. Yep, That's right. That's 100%. But let's have one. Okay, Here's mine. And the reason I picked this is because the first one I remember is a very little kid. In fact, he just took away Michael Saga Good. What do you guys do it? All right here is by Michael Song just disappeared from the board. Alright, I'm going. I'll play mine. First thing I remember. We're.

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"michael idea" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Is one of those things where I guarantee you. You don't know what you would do until you're in that situation. Like right now. Mike and I were talking before the show, and I consider Michael to be a Sensible, rational person as far as you know, and and both of us said That we would not on ly. If we had a kid raped and killed. We would not only kill the person that did it, but we would kill the person the people that that person loves in front of them first on then and then kill them. I think there's like there's Michael's idea. Know yeah, 100%. As far as it goes being a child of God like you want to be as godlike as possible. But you are not God liketo have that that level of forgiveness and the capability of doing it. I don't know how it's humanly possible, knowing that his nine year old little girl Was very brutally. Like every taken. That's the only way I wantto try to think about it. I don't think I have it in me. To forgive and look at somebody in the eyes that has killed the thing that matters most to me, and I don't even have a child yet. I just can't wrap my brain around that level of forgiveness, even though I have had a relationship with God my entire life, right? But But when you bring a kid into the world, it changes everything about you and you'll find that you're capable of good and bad that you couldn't have envisioned before. So Before we sit in judgement, And there are people in the drug rob a live Facebook page who are sitting in judgment, like calling this guy disrespectful to the memory of his daughter and I get where you're coming from. But I don't think anybody has the right to Judge this guy unless they've been in that situation to. I mean, that's the thing is somebody tweeted you a short time ago and said, You know, this is this is a common coping mechanism and you can't really say anything unless you've been in that exact situation, because whatever he needs to get him through this if it's forgiveness, if it's what whatever that feeling he wants to embrace that makes it easier for him. Good on him. Great point on. That's not today's. It's okay. It's not okay, but we certainly welcome you're calling it on 77 5791025. It's okay. It's not okay is about Ah, Lady. Who found out that her husband was cheating on her. He left her, took a job in another city and then moved away to Virginia with his mistress. That's ice cold. There's no doubt about it. That is ice cold. But is it okay or not? Okay that this wife discovered where his new house Wass and plastered his new neighborhood with signs and photographs of this guy. Calling him out for being a cheater AA. I think it's 100% okay, the flier as a whole reads blank blank blank in his name, abandoned his wife and kids in New York to come to RTC to screw MILF's and for crappy government job. Some neighbor you have. He's still married and living with another woman. Police. Please cite him for adultery. Class for misdemeanor according to Virginia Code 18.2365. 77 5791025 Hold on one second posture. Thomas Drew double live alone. How can I help you? Hello from the 77. Hello. Thank you very much. Appreciate you checking in today. Go ahead. Posture. Thomas. What up? Well, some guys what's up with you, dude? Hey, I want two weeks and no, I never got my random even beyond my be sure it wasn't that. Oh, yeah, there'll be mailed to you. Don't you worry about a thing. We're mailing out prizes, and I'm sure years will be mailed directly. You know, we're in the middle of a pandemic, man. Our building's closed like, give us some time. Rials Question. Yeah, it was on his crush. That's not okay. That is definitely okay. I think that woman is a legend and the guys Living in Virginian Up is also a legend. Yes, sit around and put up with that man. I don't know what makes anybody legendary, But you know, he.

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"michael idea" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael idea" Discussed on WTVN

"Chapter eleven bankruptcy protection so they decided to shut some cars deliveries free within seventy five miles hurt's washed all revenue in trouble shut down mid March to the corona virus pandemic they got about twelve thousand workers put another four thousand on furlough they cut car acquisitions by ninety percent and stopped all non essential spending but they still started missing payments to creditors in April so right now they are starting to shed some of their fleet looking for a new ride that might be an opportunity for you for all the historic economic pain in caused by the corona virus pandemic there are some industries that are thriving one of them is the bicycle industry people are snapping up bikes at big retailers and independent shops alike driven by regular exercisers who can't get into shutter Jim's commuters afraid to get on public transportation and families who've been cooped up in their houses due to shut down orders cycling industry trends analyst Jay Townley said bicycle sales over the past two months have had their biggest spike in the U. S. since the nineteen seventies oil crisis because of that there are shortages when trying to buy bicycle weeks or even possibly months out before you can get the right of your dreams and then speaking of exercise you may think that walking to work is both good for you and the environment right Hey I'm not firing up the car so I'm not putting greenhouse gases into the atmosphere I'm not burning up the fuel and on and on and on researchers though from two universities estimate that in the country with high calorie diets like the United Kingdom walking for one kilometer just a little over half a mile would require the person to eat food that would have generated around point two six kilograms of carbon dioxide compared to point to one that will be generated by the gas used in the car so walking to work actually you worse than driving your car the issue they say is a growing food requires a lot of energy to be used between fertilizer transport and packaging still he also found that bicycling was the best way to get to work for the environment followed by ride sharing researchers say companies and government should consider this finding before encouraging people to walk to work as opposed to suggesting other transport options how about sports can be working for me at all this week Michael idea I gotta tell ya I saw golf over the weekend I'm very heartened by that it's fresh content it's new it's exciting it's happening and all that but put that some of the other leagues I mean it's start stop start stop start stop I mean like NBA teams seems like they're on the cusp but I mean as lebron said anything like is wrong like yeah we got to start playing because I feel like if he would say something the league falls right in line well yeah and that's really what some of the players are calling for they haven't heard anything from lebron because there was a phone call over the weekend with a hundred different players okay talking about whether they should play or not play our players like Kyra Irving I suggested that they sit out there are more important things social issues going on and that they should stay and raise our voices that Dwight Howard of the LA Lakers is another player a prominent player who's decided that he doesn't want to play but no one has heard from Brian James and the players are commenting saying if lebron says go we go well you know he doesn't speak for everybody the NBA he's not part of the league office while he does have a huge influence on the sport there's no getting around that you're talking about this scheduled bubble as we've called it is that the NBA is going to start on the NBA season roughly they're looking at July thirty first can be a twenty two team eight game wrap up followed by playing in like a play internally to begin the NC double a tournament and then they will culminate with the NBA finals in the shooting for September thirtieth they could go to October thirteenth if you play game seven however no discussion about where they're going to have all the players you want in the first place a lot of these guys are on on playoff teams in the first place so it's it's getting weird in it in addition to that players are from out of the country are arriving in camp today they will report and and also starting June twenty third all the players and staff and coaches will be tested for covert nineteen every other day every other day while Yasser is restive right now that's why we're calling it a bubble and that bubble okay another stop start is Major League Baseball which gives can't seem to get out a neutral in the first place the league's final offer on Friday was rejected by the Players Association the league gave them the the players a Sunday deadline but that was probably set back on Saturday now the league was offering a seventy two game season with seventy percent pro rated pay guaranteed and up to eighty three percent pro rated pay guaranteed following the completion of the post season the league was hoping for mid July start players in addition to this said they are done negotiating players rep Tony Clark says just tell us where to play and win however you have an issue with the players not wanting to negotiate in good faith so the league could say just going to be a mandatory fifty game season so we'll see where that goes Joe mentioned earlier PGA tour is back in business and it was a beautiful weekend Daniel Berger won the Charles Schwab challenge a lot of that money on a whim to covert nineteen relief he wanted to play off over Collin Morikawa burger shot a four under sixty six in the final round to get to the playoffs burger is the youngest player to.

"michael idea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Talk about how you guys no had review leads and you guys like my apps and stuff and they didn't do that funny as they were after you know them and you know outcomes of aka drop and says you what weather's division this country of course everybody starts calling nepotism party right which may be kinda laugh can make me laugh little bit Michael idea but when you do something like that you got to understand and the funny thing is you called like you call them out and what happens the people who hate truck come out and say well what about this this and this down I'm not sure at happening here you get it you this is this is what they said here right I I I call up people as it goes not going back to refresh your call out right and use the same argument over and over this right here right let let me tell you something I disdain for people our list of Hawaii you have there this this this like for them what is the color of their skin who they love who they support what their religion is you know their education level is you know I mean look none of us like stupid people we don't hate stupid people it just frustrates us right we joke about but when you classify a group of people Hey it's just basically stay you paid your letters with her geography in your maps and your spelling no no you're reading yeah you're reading you know your geography no in other countries all those lines on the map only the million is nowhere Ukraine is when you do stuff like that again this is why trump keep doing that they already thought you didn't like him and you overlook them they already thought that but you're just once again reinforcing that narrative both sides I got issues with this stain and hate and anger for one another let's not pretend that that that the right is it out all the no no no they both do but this right here it just shows you a lot it does and they just go and that's what we thought you thought of us and again this is why trump Kobe passed away but I had a question for you what if it happened in modern times the plane going down with teams had.

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"michael idea" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You know and talk about how you guys know review leads and you guys like my apps and stuff and they didn't do that funny and so they were after you know them and you know I'll comes a market drop and says you wanna weather's division in this country and of course everybody starts calling nepotism Barbie right which made me kinda last time maybe life a little bit Michael idea but when you do something like that you got to understand and the funny thing is you called like you call them out and what happens the people who hate truck come out and say well what about this this this down I'm not sure at happening here you get it you this is this is what they said here right I I I call up people as it goes not going back to refresh your call out right and use the same argument over and over this right here right let let me tell you some disdain for people our list of Hawaii you have there this dislike for them what is the color of their skin who they love who they support what their religion is you know their education level is you know I mean look none of us like stupid people we don't hate stupid people it just frustrates us right we joke about but when you classify a group of people Hey it's just basically stating paid with your geography in your maps and your spelling no my dear reader yeah you're really not you know your geography known other countries all those lines on the math only the million is nowhere Ukraine is when you do stuff like that again this is why trump keep doing that they already thought you didn't like him and you overlook them they are the thought that but you're just once again reinforcing that narrative both sides I got issues with this stain and hate and anger for one another let's not pretend that that did the right is it out all the no no no they both do but this right here it just shows you a lot it does and they just go and that's what we thought you thought of us and again this is why trump Kobe passed away but I had a question for you what if it happened in modern times the plane going down with takes advantage of.

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"michael idea" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I feel so much better my attitude is different the light energy is good and I can't I can't tell you how much I appreciate it I just want to tell you about I can't believe what this done and I've only been taking it for what a couple of months I believe and I don't know I got to a point where I was I was very discouraged not not depressed about discouraged and my energy was down and I tell you my wife says the stuff of you wonderful I'll just leave you with one thought I said to my wife four weeks ago I says I should create a commercial for balance of nature you know it really does make a difference it really does make a difference in in one of the women from my church she was having a lot of issues and and I said you know I take the balance of nature it is very good and she says you know I take it to and it's really helping me so we had a discussion about it and then there was another friend who is with us and she was like what is that you know so we told her about it I don't know she ordered it because we don't see her that often but yeah it does make a difference when I take I even told the doctor about it I've always notice a difference when I take vitamins buy I've been spending quite a bit quite a bit of money on some other vitamins you know over the last couple years and I want to try yours out I like it better and I am glad one the best physical spaniel physical five eighteen years last year was the best one in ten years and in that one that I did order this book was even better than last year's and not so good credit balance in nature for the different with when you're eighty one and still going strong you know you know I don't feel like the one that I don't look AT one what actual driver's license or something because because somebody everyone they shall you awesome the war they said well you can't but and the and although my dermatologist is is nor she says used amazed by she said as for you in your sixties noun Michael idea I have a certain course I write on my bike and it ended Wiley my house is about a three mile loop hole playing and I leave the house all all all the way and try to get the top loop and I do a lot around stuff like come back down and I was noticing as I was writing up yeah if you do not be as good as quickly as they would in the past as well that's interesting I didn't think that much about it but I just finished a ride there and so forth then today I would be willing to the ocean and it just didn't have any appeal to me so I should have quit I'll go to the gym and I got an outdoor twenty five meter pool and I said I'll just one about meters so I'm I jumped in the water and there's I looked at the clock I said okay there's the clock and I should try this one at least fifteen minutes straight and then some and twenty minutes usually puts me into a distance of a thousand meters so I was willing audience solving the world's problems also thanks to where can you do and just watch the bottom go by and the irony I'm looking at the clock and ten minutes in the mice what I'm saying usually I'm thinking about now that I would feel like I was getting tired and my strokes would if I was shooting from one of the tool they're an S. U. S. A. fifty strokes growing to the pool I would say yeah I would be down like about forty five or forty links are not bad fifty five or sixty more strokes to get one and the other hearing about it now so that rolled up to fifteen minutes in this way I'm cramming I just feel like I keep right on going so I swam right through the fifteen minute barrier and she just went right up to and through the twenty minute barrier so it was amazing I haven't had this and I'm not working at heart I just have consistent stammer and I said well maybe what we're looking for with the balance of nature stuff okay I kind of thought that that was my breaks your day that I'm actually not us saying that my idea of what I wanted to achieve is increased stamina and I might be getting that welcome back to our show we just heard our top success stories of the week and I want to invite anyone listening that also has a success story to shared with us by going online to balance of nature dot com or by calling in at eight hundred two four six eight seven five one that's eight hundred two four six eighty seven fifty one next we'll listen to doctor Douglas Howard the founder and formulator of balance of nature in a conversation with nationally syndicated talk show host Kevin McCullough this is a conversation you don't wanna mess as they discuss a variety of important issues related to health I want you to ask yourself how can better nutrition improve my life it is often said that medical doctors in the in the world of medicine are very suspicious of nutrition and nutritionist ten by nature to be somewhat suspicious of medicine and the truth is there may be a need for both in wisdom is knowing the difference between the two my special guest today is none other than the creator and originator of balance of nature though he'll say he didn't create it he'll just say he discovered it doctor Douglas Howard Dr Howard it's good to have you here would you say on an average basis that we are under nutritional lives in this country that we don't have the nutrition in our bodies that that they were originally created with to be able to fight disease on a natural level all absolutely in fact I started specializing when I came back a I was doing a foreign student affairs and have love medical university in Russia for several years and when I came back I started concentrating more on the geriatric pay tions at that point time how many people do you know I mean if you're listening how may June all that have bleeding gums bruise easily have low energy and losing hair yeah anybody like that well their loss aside I know it but I will almost everybody in my peer group an older than me that do I know people that have that problem those are sub clinical signs of scurvy now we think all we get out you know I take this vitamin C. pillow all of those are signs of different disease aspects and those are things we look for the first thing as as cells start to die those are things that are happening and you know what's interesting is even with bounds of nature I'm not on here to tell you that everybody's gonna grow a full head of hair back and some people do but that's not what this product is about a but hair loss slows down and even even hereditary hair loss seems to slow and I'll never forget a patient came in once and she said the I've got a show you this on my husband I can assure you the size of the okay okay and on and she showed me his head they'll take your hat off took his hat off and yeah he's about half bald and shows no you don't understand she showed me the line of hair that had all grown back about two inches of it was coming back and she's I have been shaving his head for twenty years and I know that head then I know where it was and now he's starting to let me know want me to grow some of the back and then another one game and she says that you had to compare with we have another room as it okay and she said no she said that Lee take your shirt off okay I tell you Sir robin yeah this at all chest of hair and eyes of a nice fluffy she is no you don't understand that used to all be gray and I said oh great enough and so and this man happen to have a breathing disorder okay and because of this Mads and some other things and what and he was able to become more active in becoming more activities of the gods of his meds because he was taking about the nature and it's all a big cycle but as that those things happen then that was an unnatural graying and so when the body was able to do what it needed to do those things reverse and so there's a lot of a lot of fun things friends if you're interested in in knowing more about balance of nature there's people standing by right now that want to talk to you and.

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"michael idea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All over the weekend. Michael's idea? Do you remember that? I don't remember that song because I had to learn two hundred songs days. And I couldn't do that in two hundred years now. And I remember do you. Remember this TV show? You did. I remember this from my youth the funniest joke I ever heard. Oh, yeah. Where you would walk around New York talking to cab drivers getting tell you. Yeah. Yeah. I I've done everything but porn in this business. Yep. Some things I'm not particularly nothing. I'm not proud of. I didn't do anything really just that. I didn't want to do some things worked out others didn't. But my daddy used to say, Honey, I love you too much to deny you the privilege of making mistakes. I grew up with parents that let me sore and let me let me fall 'cause they knew they knew that. I'd learned more from the fall. And then because I'd be getting up a Kathy we gotta run. But we love you. We love having you on. We wish you all the best in the rest of your career. And thanks for joining Fleischer. I'm going to raise a glass of white wine to you next Friday for your last one. And you you make me look like an amateur, buddy. After we left after she left us. You explain what she was talking about. Oh, yeah. Well, the first time I met her we went she wanted to tell me about her musical scandal scandalous, and I thought well, we're we're would be a fun place to meet Kathy Lee Gifford, and I thought PJ Clark's just you know, it's like a throwback to old television of the time. Frank Gifford was big Sar. And we went and it was going to be like a half hour meeting was three hours in a fair amount of white wine was consumed, and we had a great we had so many laughs, and she's just full of great stories. And really, really smart. I mean, I really didn't know her at all I just you know, she was the perky lady with Regis. That's how I saw her because I never watched that show. But it's such a good time with her and she's just a terrific smart, warm funny person. Well, that's a name that soon bid was from the mid seventy s that's a long short Brown hair. And her name was Kathy Lee Johnson. For my friend. I remember I do remember her from my youth watching name that tune. She would come on she'd sing. And that was Jackson Five song that she was sitting in the clip that MRs so incongruous I'd effort for a very white. Johnson the between the Jackson Five different time. The but I liked her line. I've done everything in his business except for port thinks he's ever used that before I don't know. I don't know. But she always sounds genuine to me. And the stuff with Matt Lauer is very genuine and Matt was loved by the staff. Maybe he loves some of those on the staff a little too much. Trouble war. Forget that button. Yeah. But anyway, he she stays in touch with them. Anyway. Was great. Having a Ron was your all the best final today show appearance. A week from tomorrow up next. How about this one the poop patrol and Hoboken? This is real. And this is not a good idea. Michael slugging a public defender in court. Don't miss Joe Cacho, at least wheel with W O R tonight. Six till nine. I'm seven ten w. W O R traffic,.

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"michael idea" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"It was like, oh, my God somebody actually believes in me, and my idea, and I can that I can do it that I can actually pull this off. And that was the first time that that had ever happened. And there's no time like the first time. Can you talk about what I'm wondering from that story is there might have been some self doubt after a company that didn't go so well, and you had raised friends and family money. Yeah. And this was like somebody believing in Michael and Michael's idea. And it was a huge shot in the arm. And so I'm curious, right. After the business that didn't go. So well in what was kind of your your view on yourself and your your ability to be an entrepreneur. I mean, I can imagine that that would feel like there's something in you that wants to come out. And you're not sure how because the previous one didn't go so well, and that's why one hundred thousand dollars was so impactful and right? I'm just curious if there were like feelings of failure after that. Yeah. Well, I think look how many of you have started a business before the business that you're currently in raise your hand. Right. So I think that the way that entrepreneurs are wired is we were a little obsessive. We're a little compulsive were a little obsessive compulsive. And I think that there's a there's a I don't want to call. It a sickness. It could be a sick. But you know, I don't want to say, you know, don't quote me as saying nurse ship is a sickness, but it's, but it's truly something that's in your blood, and you get fixated on an idea that can work, and this is such a great idea. And oh my God. I have to pursue it. And and nothing is really going to slow you down. Right. Nothing's really gonna stop. You. Your friends are going to tell you. It's a terrible idea. Your family's going to tell you. It's terrible idea. Business associates are going to tell you why it won't work people are going to give you the blank stares. And they're going to tell you that. It's you know, that they just they just don't get it. It's not that. They don't want to get it. They just don't get it. And so so, you know, who are you to be this crazy person that stands in front of that great tide of disbelief and say I'm going to actually go through with this. You have to be a little sick. So you know, it's like. You know, when you have your first idea that it doesn't go. Well, you don't want to be delusional delusional about the reasons why didn't work because that has to be you know, that has to be fuel for your success later on. But you know, you're not going to stop having ideas about what you could build. If you're an entrepreneur if you have this. I would say gift rather than. But it's true. Like just so failure for the entrepreneur is never I don't really think seen as a failure. If you're really wired as an entrepreneur, you're just gonna like you're going to put that one down. You're gonna be like, okay. Well, what's next? That's just I think how you're wired. I mean, would you agree with that? Yes. My experiences has been slightly different in the sense of of I feel such a identification with that coaling or that delusion that illness. Yeah. Right. That after failure. I ride that emotion for a bit. Now, you do it hurts. I get really yet hurts, and then it takes me a few months to really process and learn what that meant and then integrate, and then it's like all right now, I'm I have improved. There's a period where I I get pretty hard on myself it, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. You have to watch the post game tape. Right. You have to do the post mortem and say what did we do wrong? Where what didn't what didn't we do? Right. Did. We miss out the product was the product wrong for the market was the service wrong for the market did where we too early where we underfunded did. We miss what did we miss?.

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"michael idea" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"So we saw what happened with the cafes and stuff is we came up with this idea for twitch. And then we came up with this idea for social Cam that was Michael idea because he had seen Instagram like someone should make the Instagram veal. And we couldn't decide the four of us like Michael was technically the CEO of the company at that time. But we basically ran everything's with these like horrible consensus driven thing. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. A lot first time founders will recognize this. It's like when you're you are sitting around the table, you your best friends, but you can't decide who should be in charge that you just like argue about everything that's exactly what we're doing. Which is a horrible way to decide anything so Michael. And I liked social, well, I like both ideas. And then but em and Kyle and think that sorry what whatever the configuration doesn't matter. But basically, we couldn't decide so what we decided to do was we incubate both ideas internally under the theory that if they were both successful that was like champagne. I'm the half. Right. The problem is as you know, is when you work on multiple things in one company, it is not as doer die anymore. People. Always think I can go to the next thing, whatever. So venture what happened was we decided we needed to choose, and we need a spin one of the companies out and so social Cam, which was basically the same infrastructure was almost like a reskill Justin TV at first rent. So that it made sense to keep that as the same company, and we took social Cam. And we spun it out into a new company got some of the engineers becoming the new co founders and Michael went and became the CEO of that company. All right when we get back. I wanna talk about how this five year old meandering start up that probably a lot of investor candidly, probably wrote off at that point. Yeah. Fair. I think we were universally shit upon right? Okay. I was trying to be a little bit more magnanimous about it. Maybe they had written it off. Sure, they shit on it when we get back. How does this five year old shit on sorta become a billion dollar unicorn purchase by Jeff Bezos? We get back on this starters. Wanna tell you about passive job searchers? These are people who aren't out there looking for a gig right now. However, if the right opportunity was put in front of them, they might engage it, and they might go in for an interview, and they might actually change jobs passive job seekers. They're all over the place in one location. That location is linked in Lincoln. You know it. I no it we've all been using it for a decade, and there are hundreds of thousands of businesses now posting jobs to Lincoln and where one of them. In fact, the director of this. We can start surcharges is one of those passive searchers. It was on Lincoln. He saw an ad for studio director and San Francisco, and he jumped on the opportunity where very lucky to get him. And it costs us a hundred forty dollars place that we got sixty candidates in two weeks all on Lincoln. And I want you to get fifty dollars towards your. Arlington ad that will pull in passive job seekers. These are brilliant people who don't need a job. They have too many opportunities, but you might be able to just.

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"michael idea" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"michael idea" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"I'll never forget on tournament days watching guys walking. I would stand at the top by sixteen watching looking down the tunnel. And some guys would rub their hand on that sign like it was Notre Dame like they were slacking candy happy. Yeah. And other guys wouldn't even look at the sign like literally we're looking kind of to their left. So they didn't have to see the sign because they didn't want to think about it. See, and that's it and Michael's idea. There was genius. Because there's always a preview show to the sixty s and then you always get asked about the sixteenth. After the eighteenth. With too much has happened between sixteen seventeen and other good hogs. You could drive the grain. If you why. So we're going to be tomorrow really long winded way of telling you we're going to be stationed on the seventeenth. And we were going to interview players and celebrities after right after the experience right after their legs, you'll probably still shaking, and we're going to do an instantaneous reaction to the sixteenth the waste management open. So we look forward to bring you that your shorts was not that shade of Brown. Also, I go so you did wear your adult, hyper for you. So we are looking forward to that are to Sirius XM for everything they're doing for us this week, partnering with them this week to get this Mattie, the caddy out to you looking forward to that. I want to start with Torrey Pines a couple of things to unpack at Torrey. The first thing is that I am going to let's lead with Tigres, Tori, just because it was his first of the year. I set it on last week's podcast where Reggie Jackson was our guest. If you haven't listened to download the entire catalogs there. I'd said that my I wouldn't care if tiger didn't make the cut my expectations for him for we're low as well. This should have been. And I thought he did exactly what I expected him to do. I thought he hit the driver better than I expected. He's in that new tailor-made m-5 twist face technology. I thought there were days where he seven to fourteen fairways and think of Thursday or Friday Friday booth. Yeah. So look I wasn't again. I wasn't going to be neighbor by the numbers with tiger. I was okay with it. You were there. What were you? I'm I try to tell people just keep expectations low, and it's hard for the real hardcore tiger fans 'cause they every time you tease it up. He's going to win and it's like that's not realistic expectations. He also had brand new irons into bed. Yup. With all new equipment, everything except the wedges in putter. But the and the five the five would still isn't the new ones. So we had new driver new three would than three through pitching. Wage we're all brand spanking new so he was getting adjusted to all of those that game speed. He talked about that the fact that the first he hit seven out of ten seven out of fourteen fairways on the first day and only hit ten greens and shot to under pretty solid. Until you went will he play with Zander Schoff lay who hit three fairways or he was all over the place and shot three under. Yeah. So he was not happy about that. But you know, they were playing on a south course, that wasn't necessarily gettable. And that's why I thought Friday was a little disappointed because he could go get the north course. And he didn't. And but no one went crazy creeks wrong on Thursdays. Thursdays, head underwent. But the thing is you were like, wow, he must have a four shot lead. Now one he had a one shot lead because two guys shot nine under and one guy named Doug. Jim who everyone was like who? So I mean when you look back at what tiger did last week at Torrey Pines. I think it was encouraging. But I always gotta tell people were like man, look how he lit it up on the weekend. And you came on strong on Sunday. Look, here's the problem with that is it's easy for professional golfers to shoot great scores on the weekend. When it doesn't matter matter, you just go at that point. You're forgetting every you're getting a game plan wit, you're swinging you like whatever I can't win. I just want to belong just wanna finish to me get outta here..

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