18 Burst results for "Mike Career"
"mike career" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Sorry the actual answer is most people living in a jurisdiction. Most americans live in a jurisdiction where their police department is so fed up with also alarm calls from their alarm company. They have passed a law if gone to the city. Council had the city council passed a law states that the police department does not have to respond to burglar alarm companies. Many jurisdictions are actually involved in special relationship with alarm companies called the lawsuit where they're suing if you search for tma. The monitoring association is the organization that at hides behind. They're suing sandy springs georgia. They're suing seattle washington. They were engaged in a lawsuit in In orange county in los angeles because the police department. I'm fed up with this. I'm gonna start finding you for false alarms. You can't do that you can't do that. We assigned the police. We responded calls when there's something going on. We don't respond to these non events that you're sending us to and especially if you think about releasing in this last year under pressure from a lot of different things matt. I live in portland oregon. It's tough it's tough being a cop in there isn't reform necessary I'd be the last person to say that but officer threats if you look at the officer down memorial page on a member of that. That's when officers. Pass away in the line of duty register. Kovin fifteen to forty five a month. The average muncie is between two and five officers down across the country code. Blue that up so in top of all that you have a police officer saying. I don't want to go into situations where mike career are going to be is going to be put in jeopardy over nothing. Well what's an alarm. Call an alarm. Call is ninety five percent false alarm. You're being asked pull out your weapon. You're being asked to enter a situation where navy the best case scenarios finding criminal but all the other cases are my gun out and greeting the homeowner with my gun draw. That's a dangerous situation for everyone. Involved each central. Remove all of those risks for the police. We remove all his risks for the homeowner. We remove all those risks for the community. And that's you know again. I said this before we got on here. I've got a chance to start a lot of companies. This one is my favorite. And it's the most rewarding i wake up every single day jazz to go to work. I mean i'm working home. So i go upstairs attack but as beyond all life to go to work because every morning i wake up to twenty emails from my head of security saying here the crimes i stopped today. Dude.
"mike career" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Everyone out now. Now the city has fallen. And it's almost impossible to get these people out. You don't win till after these. The word from the state department now is. Don't go to the airport. try a border. Oh okay cool. So should that be the pakistani border or should that be the iranian border. Which border are we talking about here. Uncle joe is the glenn beck program. Here's a tough question. How much emergency food do you personally own. Is it at least enough to feed your entire family. Three meals a day for a month. If you're like me and millions of other prepar in america the answer is probably yes but if the answer is no then you're not prepared food shortages and believe me. They could happen. Anything could happen in today's world. May i strongly that now is the time to make sure that you and your family are ready in time of crisis that means checking out my patriot supply. They're the nation's number one emergency preparedness company and their mission. 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But i want you to know the discrediting of the nazarene fund and probably me and this program is coming because we are not making friends with the state department We got a tip today from A news organization That had a Somebody inside of A government organization and they said that there was a meeting today about Us and The warning was they're coming. And i know that. And that's fine and what we're doing here is we believe god's work and so be it if this is the end of our career mike career. It's fine. I am totally fine with that. I just want you to know that awful things are going to be said in the future. I hope not. I hope not but They're not gonna let us sit here and do what we've done without ramifications. Lara logan is with us. Now hello laura. how're you. You know he can I'm very glad to be sharing. I will tell you. I don't care what they say I will stand by you in the measuring fund because the only people right now who are more evil than al qaeda and the taliban are the state department and the agency and all the others who are doing everything possible in their power to prevent a decent americans in good people Standing up for our allies in rescuing people and saving them from certain death in. I've been up all night working this for eight days and it is reprehensible so laura people don't understand Wha what how. Can the state department do this. What are they doing exactly. What is the white house. How are they thwarting can you. Can you share some examples easily. So because i've been doing this all night so Well for example. I have had a guy had one hundred and fifty people families that i ripped out of their homes with children and everything else all of whom are targeted for death. Because they worked with sixty minutes or they were legendary in the military in For the taliban al qaeda and as the plane was coming into land my american special operations contact at told me that they had been denied parents so suddenly out of nowhere when they had before that deny carrots. The pilots and you there's so many operators on the ground who are just outraged at what they're being asked to participate in and be part of this betrayal and so the team Running out said no. We're not gonna do it. We're landing anyway and They went to look without a landing strip and without lights for a place to land and were coming in and they were threatened that they would be shot down so they had to. You know they had to circle and then they were running out of fuel and they've gone back to another country and They're trying to get the clearances again to come back in and being blocked by state to come yesterday. The state department changed again. The evacuation paperwork. They changed the paperwork. You're in the last few moments i'm gonna tell you now can they. I heard all through yesterday and through last night. That bhai nightfall today in kabul which is not far away they would be gun. We have reports of the eighty. Second airborne You know evicting christians in american citizens and others from the airports and bulldozing Check points we have reports of gates being welded shut. Which of course. I confirmed from a distance. But there's been multiple you go. I will tell you we have those same reports laura. So there's a second source we have the same reports. And i i gotta tell you that i mean we literally got sort graphs of a pregnant woman. Wife of a da agent with a child at the checkpoint battered and beaten and bloody. Who's four. Wait to get there. We've got special operators special operations guys marines. Who are out there. Rescuing people risking their lives only to get to the airport and be denied access by the us government whether they instruct the marines the eighty second on the gates to shut them down whether they shut down the marines right. Now one of my context. That i've been working with for days said that He's had you know dozens and dozens of messages to the marines of now announce it. They've stopped They've stopped talking to him everybody scrubbing packages and they're on their way out. And you know now. There's reports of a suicide bomber and Gunfire which families that i'm in touch with on the ground witnessed and I was talking through it and trying to keep them calm. But i tell you what makes me so angry. They're going to you watch. They're going to say that they had to shut everything down early because of the threat level and it is absolute nonsense. They were doing this and shutting down long before that even happened and even more reprehensible and dishonest. This is how disgusting these people are. They are now trying to say that. Sarraj kinda the deputy leader of the taliban right whose brother announcer connie was sitting. Next is all my colors. Presidential envoy at the talks in doha That they have separated from the taliban and they've gone with isis k. You know why they're saying that. Glenn.
"mike career" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"For information. Personally that's something that i always look at. It said you know what kevin proves something. Yes but you had great players. You really learn a lot and yes music basketball player. I learn a lot from them as well right more for maybe like a skilled strategic standpoint in technical things they do to get themselves better daily basis but inferred everyday person you can learn from it as well right they look. Athletes make mistakes like the rest of us right. They do things that people might not like. They may respond and social media. Or you think they should when you have your life on the spotlight when you make mistakes even small mistakes. Everything's going to amplify and when you are on the american team when you're considered the best team the world for years and years you've finished with a seventh-place finish in the fiba twenty nine hundred games in everyone's looking at you and sang in the usa. Really gonna be good anymore and then you come out and win the olympics. When you lose to nigeria. Who went. Oh in three the olympics. When you lose australia who made the sunniest Split you look horrible in that game. When you lose to france in the opening round of the olympics people are going to question. How much of his team has how much do they care. How much are they going to get it done. And the one thing. I will say in stress with high. Importance is that leadership has it's different forms. We should us right. I've had different layers. Mike career playing basketball right. I've had a different leader when i was in opposition to basketball in high school. Whatever but even playing college you see different types of leaders right and you see how. They rallied behind their teams. Right coaches players friends family right. They all have different things that make them what they are and kevin durant has the traits that make him who he is right. There are some things that people aren't going to like the the the the blasting people back on social media responding back the clapping back on social media the the sensitivity navy. Things right may not answering always answering questions for house dumb. They can be at times but where people can. Respect is the fact.
"mike career" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"That's featuring lgbtq very true. So there's there's always there's a plus in the negative to all the things we just hope for the net gain. Yep yeah yeah absolutely so when you were then dealing with the stuff and then you were starting to slide into more substance abuse rather than use Did you know when you sort of crossed the line in your mind. I felt like it had just kind of taken over. And like i just was hiding and just i mean i just was living in so much shame and secrecy and denial and you know people close to me just not really know knowing what was going on with me and i was just kind of hiding out and isolating and being really self destructive and When you say self destructive would it be Career stuff personal stuff mixture. Yeah i mean i would just kind of sabotage. Anything that got in. The way of me dislike alone with drugs and alcohol. Sure yeah pesky interruption. Yeah that that was towards the end like there was a time where it was like. Okay i can still kind of numb myself and peddle a little bit and mike career. Yeah and when. I was recording return to paradise going through a break-up of the relationship that i'd been in during the previous four years you know when my career started so i was kind of writing a break-up album but actually i realized a couple years ago when i listened back to that album that it was like an album about hitting rock bottom and then trying to kind of get clean. Which is i mean so crazy listened back to because it has like a journal of hitting bar. It's one of those funny things like whatever it is you do again. We don't know at the time that's what you don't you do not know. Yeah the actually. What the subtext. Until years later. Yeah it's true. And then this album. That i've did that. I put out last year. Boombox at tunnel was really a healing album and a way of.
"mike career" Discussed on The Value Driven Brand
"Very scary daily basis else. the fia of and it's interesting. I was actually just yesterday during the live broadcast and we were talking about playing small and obviously if you playing small you not being courageous but then the reality us if you are not being courageous on you actually fearful of filing or are you fearful of being a great success and the reality is that many of us will actually unconsciously scared shitless of being a great success because the likely that we will absolutely. Insulin pointed that out many Needs to get exactly what you said. Then i'll end sense of the skate of success of never even considered before and at the point was what happens if you successful and that could be pretty good at once it is everything right mindset is everything it really is and just to have things rape framed foyer to make you like you say you. Wow that my tiny moderate exploiting right now and it's interesting because i think the needs to be more of that. Are reframing fool people in business and people who are wanting to our help others. But maybe don't quite feel courageous. Sorry i love that with goals. Because i figure can give me courage now. Young people and help them become critical thinkers and contribute to the world in a really positive way. I think that's a good start if you can do that. From a young age explained to me what means but explained to us in in your line of work what does critical thinking may so one example critical thinking. We'll be taking all problems and trying to solve a new ice technology and and the the many communities earned it's about being curious about scared value but doing it anyway. Yeah really really important. And and and i think maybe you mentioned something about faking it like i think we're making stuff up. We're all just trying our best and some of his better than others. And i just give it a god. What's the worst could happen literally was talking yesterday got all i wanna do this presentation but no one says what ends up so what. What have you lost legally lost. Nothing happened to be last week noted Let's do it anyway. So we record put on. I wonder how they call the -sation and people who get value-added recording and when people do tend value though gets just guy. And i'm a big fan of the eighty percent rule. Hopefully you can take the eighty percent rule. Somme is as long as you get things. Eighty percent right. No one actually knows about the other twenty percents email head like it's literally in your head. No one knows. And that's what this stuff. We worry so much about that. The stuff we got wrong. No one knows any of that. So i figured just go by the designed eighty percents So done is better than pacific. Absolutely and i move sir now as a consultant than i probably recognized. Mike career mccoubrey career. I noticed now that i come across a lot more out. Perfectionists and part of me look. I wonder if it's a a an entrepreneurial kind of trip. Hasn't where we if we if we are perfectionist. We never have to release something. We never have to type the next step. We never have to actually have that courage because it's already. It's never perfect so until it's perfect would not putting it out there but to me. I look at that nagai. Well that's just bullshit. You're just you're just hiding title. Perfectionism is a total miss. We have kind of perfectionism. it's i think it's attainable at all of a large expectations Because he always disappointed. If you're a perfectionist you always disappointment. Does he never get. And what a lot of pressure put on yourself. So i think i can say get an eighty percent right get it out there and then no one else. Nice about the wrecks and that's a big fan of people say excite enough to get i do. I'm good with that. It had puppy. That yeah i completely agree with that. I even said that the other day i was doing i was teaching myself. Teaching myself had to automations inactive campaign and didn't look why not so so exciting but it didn't look the way that i wanted it to look in my hit by. I knew that i had challenged myself. In withholding the self accountable to produce something by deadline. And i've thought i've actually already put off a week. I'm not going to annihilate so. I laid cold momentum. Business accelerator program. Which is a group. Coaching a team. But i always feel this pressure that i icon. Put things off. I can't resistance. We let Myself play small. Because i am hia being paid by a business sarnez to push them to do exactly the opposite sir after lead by example. Already push this back a week. And i was like oh i what i'm endearing and then i got back another way. Kokot turn up. And i haven't done it yet. And then they said well why not because if it was asked you'd be asking questions and so i sent him getting it done and i was like. Oh this is ugly. Awfully good enough. It's good enough absolutely good enough. I look good. Enough is better than nominal degree. Yeah and you know you can go back and refine just just chill a little bit done with. This isn't it. Comes back to understand you've now and then having a conviction in your value. I think that's slow very important. Said difficult to get in this. Let's want to surround yourself with like minded people like the fergus. All working together having that community having accountability is super important. works to me because i'm usually alone in the space. You know have a team. But it's sort of kind of on my end so i need to surround myself with people like me that i can feel comfortable and kill accountable.
"mike career" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"So she'll be on the show as well yemen. If you got anything else if not. I guess it is social media time. Nah i just want to agree with the caller. I was at that fight at the barclays crawford against Keith thurman and it was a good fight of maxi surprise a didn't run it back and you know if that's the fight that kind of happens instead i'm not gonna cry about it. It's a good fight now now. They can't give me that when when they could give me cro. Puerto port across. I don't want a thurman porter if you've got that on the table that can like you can't tell as our you can't tell puerto right now just fight term. That's a big fight right now. Cross the legacy fight. His legacy walker is binding. Mike career defining fight to i agree. It's it's a. It's a great fight but if it does it happen. I'm just saying that you know. I don't think thurman portas a bad fight. You got two guys that. Want another crack at the title. Two guys at forty each other and the close fight and people sleep on thurman or joe bottom and they forget that he was actually a really good welterweight. His only loss was the many pack out. So you know what. I'd rather see terence crawford again sean. Porter i absolutely would to be honest. I wouldn't even mind seeing terence crawford against keith thurman. Gimme either those two guys. I'd be happy with it. I'd also be happy if he took on this. But you know it's the whole thing about each side of the street but uh ness thank you for having me on hold on. I got a few calls. You wanna stick around on. They come for. We got at counterpunch from stainless in nashville news. Exceeding guy you hear me. Yes is more of an intriguing. I thought a puerto one at fight at first being honest and if and with with dharma heaven a two year layoff again. His last light up to your layoff was guest houses you and he looked almost as bruised up and battered as he did in an airport fight and if he loses supporter at the two year. Layoff and i'm not going to be clamoring to see army. Get another shot. You know saying i'm on my suspecting. Take another two year layoff. That's exac another words at the rich. You know mean so is not an. I'll i'll like. I say i'm a boxing fan. I don't know favorite fight in the war gave up on. That's how you get get knocked out by glen johnson. I had to stop doing that. Because i i couldn't watch boxing for a while to get back into domain so a stop being a fan of just a boxer started being fixed counterpunch trade grade stainless come on man thurman beat quarter and even even if you do at at opinion at be firemen the site at armageddon bruised and battered by halsey to lopez man. That is ridiculous breath. He loves one round. you got hit by site. That happens his boxing. I mean. come on man. Everybody act like armand washed up. Ain't washed up or does because his face got bruises he light scanty red and then and then on the last thing to say that you know if he loses a port he take another two years off list with it really introspective diamond. Midtech years. Get edzard if he don't get injury-free fully. I ain't never seen thermo look how he's looking right now. Don't even got to fight slammed down. Ain't losing thirty pounds to get down man. If that man is fully at the end they'll get injured. I don't think he'd taken a layup even if he loses the porter. That's just not right coach. Myers boomerang yemi do and said i ain't got really much on it. I just wanted to get my boomerang in Yesterday i wasn't able to see the or hear the show on border wars anything new up any new fight on anything like that. You chris. chris. From florida is taken dan. The man who lost to adrian from wisconsin. And you know..
"mike career" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"Like wow he's bigger than you realize. The biggest hands aren't wild. Like stroke doesn't look that bad. And and so you just kind of cnn when they start actually doing drills and practicing you get to see just how you processes and how even tempered he was. It was interesting. I think jeff was in a very tough spots. I think he's probably the voice that has been the least heard in this draft story and probably played one of the biggest roles because when he was in greece. He's the one who went to hamid and said john. We need to take a look at this kid. When he came back from greece it was wellman. Who called me and said alex. I don't know what you're thinking about this kid. I don't know if you know what you have in this kid but you. You need to make sure that you're on top of it because you're talking about someone who can be a generational talent. That was alex psoriasis. And he had been winning a long time to hear that about one of his clients. So far sarah's hadn't even met yannis nor even seen playing person but he kept hearing people people whose opinions he respected telling him he had something here. I got a phone call from my partner even in europe and they called me and said we. We have the next magic johnson. Now in this business. Anybody whether they're you know the best agents in the world or they are you know. Small agents get phone calls in emails all the time. I've got this prospect. I've got that prospect. You know in most of the times. You just sure sure Let me just take a look. And see what i can see what i can figure out in the majority of the time. They're they're not great prospects but in this case when you're westbound noon who's basketball opinion. Trust entirely says i have the next magic johnson. At first i was a bit doubtful. A little trepidation about it. I had only seen what most eighteen nineteen grainy footage. I'd seen him going coast to coast. Spin moves finishing passing. So i had the same information. But i had someone in gp that. I trust his basketball opinion wholeheartedly. And that's really. I would say after that phone call. The trajectory mike career changed alexandros. Constantinos psoriasis born march ninth. Nineteen eighty in athens greece. At seven years old. He moved with.
"mike career" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Well all you sitting comfortably. Then we'll begin with an introduction to the magnificent catherine williams cavern. Let's open chapter one. And what a little bit about yourself has thanks for having me on your It's a pleasure. My my strap. Line is making books beautifully. Easy to breed an. I would've quiz but coaches and independent office to help them get their books. Ready for publication and Books have always been a big call for my knife. And i didn't actually still out mike career in the publishing world started out in in the voluntary sector but once i got my foot in the door of small publishing company i knew i'd found my happy license for twenty five days later. I'm still working on books. Amazing you are. I think the perfect guest in that case for for storytelling podcasts. That's maybe a good place to start. You said that books reading have been a huge part of your life. Do you remember the first book you have read. That was not and cops. I do and i can remember reading lion the witch and the wardrobe and in that is totally mytalk favorite children's book. You can be too as an adult as well sir. Just just as good and in the original match. I was lucy going through the drive into nowadays benches signed. Yeah pretty funny I never realized it was a christian. And until i don't think he nature radio in that way until it's not agree with that i think he can take it as you can take it as all you can. Only you can take as a christian agree a but i think it matters. I think it's actually the feelings that gives you the excitement the imagination it sparked the idea every time we i feel like so bitty children. I think we will generations. Actually i think children are still reading it to this day. Exactly that's feeding a identify with one or other of the of the characters you you could be. The no she wanted night meant going with the white witch and couldn't resist the temptation of the turkish delight with. Yeah so so..
"mike career" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"To get the opportunity to play. And so if you're in denver and you're drew lock. Yeah would you be disappointed that you're not looking to compete. Yeah but what can you learn from it. And you're one hundred percent right about the relationship aspect of this. You know i say this all the time regardless of it's radio whether it's television mike career television like room radio. You know my green chili company. Just the different things. That i have all right now at live. You're in a relationship business or you're going out of business and i don't care what business you're in you're not in. The relationship is growing those relationships and taking care of people you know and it's not always going to be you know it's not always going to be perfect but if you're not doing that then you're gonna struggle. You know the the thing about football. That i love is the nature of of how you bring fifty three guys together and twenty coaches together and all that stuff. Then it's supposed to do you're not in. You're not really into it so that team if you're not willing to sacrifice if you're not willing to do the hard things Then i don't care how much talent you had you'll never be good. And so the relational aspect of the game of anything becomes the most significant pork to me. Yeah you gotta have talent. Everybody's got alan but it's about how you put that town together and how you really serve one another and that's what makes championship organization. So her denver. I really believe that. He walks to the door. And those two quarterbacks on yeah we get it every every hills lost but yeah we get it. He's aaron frigging roger in the meantime though they they are sort of the guys like like the monica mentioned the kind of in limbo right now that position so with that in mind you trade for teddy bridgewater boy. You know since his injury how he's sort of now trying to prove that he can still play. I think he's he's certainly can play. But what is he. And then you have drew lock. Who is somebody who thought was gonna be the future for them so this quarterback competition that they're gonna start in twenty two days who's got the edge and who would you expect to be. Qb one week one. Well i would expect teddy bridgewater to win that job and there are several reasons. I mean i think the you look vic fangio. He's never won game september. So if you don't get off to a fast start if you don't have you know consistency from that position You're gonna get fired anyhow. So you know coaches coaches. Love veteran players young players We used to settle time when i was playing in denver young players. Get you fired and and you know. They just don't know they just they. They're still. They're still that learning curve that they're going through so i. I think that you look at just the tea leaves. They've they've invested in their defense. You know to get von miller back bradley. Trump should be now a year removed from that. Acl he should be healthy and full go. He went to the pro bowl last year. And the first five or six weeks. He wasn't nearly the player he was toward the end of the season. So you would expect him. Just kinda start off where he ended last year on miller back from that injury They invested that defensive secondary. You look at that defense of secondary not only the draft but what they did with ronald darby. What they did with will fuller. They've got a chance to be really good in that back in. And if you're a coach you're like hey man are back end is really good or you should be really outstanding We just need a guy not to turn it over to and to make sure that You know that that he operates the game the way it should be operated. And i think that's teddy bridgewater. I still think that drew lock has upside but he has gotta learn how to play the nfl level and you know. He comes out of college where there are complete. Spread football team. Like i've talked to him about it as i was doing the game for fox. He's like man. I never talked one time about protections we ran to man routes man protections and we said let's go and he goes so i've gotta learn protections. I've got understand where my heart's are how to identify mike to do all the things that we have to do And and you can see it in his game when you study film. How many times he gets spooked out of pocket because he doesn't realize the back is coming across the formation to pick up a blind back because it looks like he's not enough to go. There's a little things in football that he doesn't yeah it's the classic example of a guy who needed time to just you know. Hold the clipboard. And learn a little bit and that just he was just forced into playing you. What you were describing. His they need a gay manager and of course that really is what teddy bridgewater has become. We've got to leave it right there. Mark great perspective is always good to talk to you all the best likewise all the best to you got all right again on. The goodyear hotline was terrific stuff by the way about the quarterback competition denver as something to watch as maybe their space holders until a potential aaron rodgers trade but that still remains to.
"mike career" Discussed on WSB-AM
"There. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the side got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese photo aside, looking just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on about a bagel. Two thumbs up from a Donald steak, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it more bop up, uh, participating in Donald's 07 50. That's our number. We're doing post debate coverage, talking about the assault versus the podium debate at five that ended five on Georgia public broadcast. If you watched it, give us a call. Tell us what you thought were also covering the big event. Leffler versus War. Knock that air. Right here. Live on WSB. And also on George public broadcast. So and CNN and Fox News so big deal tonight. That's what we're covering all night long. Give us a call. Tell us your thoughts, Melodic I you had I wanted answers. Ask the answer the questions. You've been asking everyone else but me. Is that okay? Yeah, absolutely. I wanted to hear from you as well. Ask the question, so listeners know, so the question basically is the undecided. Mm hmm. He had a vote tomorrow. Those were undecided. Based off this debate. Who up their stock? Who would most of the undecided go for? Who do you think swung things in their direction? The best LA Flor Award nap. I think if you're talking about undecideds at this point, you're talking about people that have no clue what's going on, and they haven't paid attention. You don't I mean, No. So if it's if you're talking about those people who just said Hey, I'm gonna tune in tonight. I don't know who to vote for him to tune in and watch both. I think Warner took undecided just based on, uh, personality and ease of speaking and so forth and and and message. Um, I think Leffler used the radical liberal agenda too much. I just really believe that is I know it's a message. I know that's what the Republicans want to push. But I say it I've said it before earlier, Mike Career. I've said it throughout my career. I say the politicians all the time, and I particularly want Republicans to hear this. Maura and more people want to vote for somebody, not against someone. And I think that if you are an independent voter, Leffler was was talking was attacking war not so much to tell people not to vote for him and not giving enough reasons to vote for her. On Dr vote against him and not giving enough reasons to vote for her And you're a sitting senator. You have a record. You should. You should have talked about your record for the entire hour. That's my That's what I think dancing and I agree with you remember, I.
"mike career" Discussed on Liv Luv Lux, Life Unlimited Podcast
"And. It is very similar my own. Now believe whether she might be an incredible writer much better than myself but it was just like I was shocked. But here's the thing that shocked me the most my book was one of those things that I've been working on for about ten years and I finally just said I'm just in the south published. I. Just want to get it done in say that I get it right and. So When I published, I just put it out there for the public. So be it. When I saw that this lady who had very similar concept for the book very accomplished. The book ended up being finalists. For the Pulitzer Prize the year that she publish it was twenty fifteen which was before my book was published. By. Knows to is a good thing impacting visiting wise imparted the stream of consciousness. This is something that I fully believe in the stream of consciousness. I believe they were all a part of the stream consciousness are all connected in that way you know just like you get an idea, someone else gets an idea i. don't believe that you know I believe that many people can have the scene ideas. So. Thank you and I believe that. I was part of the Stream of conscious. Obviously the story wanted to get told and it was going to get told either through her read both of us and. But what saddens me is that I didn't push a little bit further I didn't take a little bit further as this other individual had in had you know literally successfully. So. At the end of the day you know as I would kinda prompted music you know what I just need to talk about this. We kind of prompted me to Kind of reflect I didn't 'cause I'm talking on years iding good to my instagram page, but I will once I finish up here definitely most definitely. But I. Reflecting on I wanted to talk about manifesting in belief because. Two things that I think people should realize when we go into this process is that that that that vibrational that good feeling positive feeling that we're all striving for? Yes. That's pureness of it all and. Since I kind of had a bad day where I got a lot of contrast in front of me. End to be able to sit back and laugh at it and say, you know what if anything it's a message to keep moving forward with what I WANNA do and also been having issues like with the leg coaching everything. I I really enjoy it but I really WANNA make sure I'm helping provide don't want to not be helping people I don't like I said earlier. I really feel like. I enjoyed talking you know, but I don't WanNa just be talking to myself I wanNA actually be helping people who information that I'm sharing and it's funny I was listening to some of my past episodes and. Have you ever had this situation where you're listening to yourself and you don't remember how you came up with what you came up with and I really feel like. I'm channeling information from source. You know I really feel like maybe that's because I'm listening to Abraham Right. I'm very, very What do you call it? Influenced by other things. But no, but I really do feel. As this information is you know? You have a grand imagining but a lot of this it comes from a higher power and I want to help people I'm GonNa, make sure that always helping people so. As revisiting the future, you know the fee judge show the future of Mike Career and everything. I just want that to remain in the forefront on why I'm doing this and I'm always continually going back in. TAP here Tim by two guests or call us. Okay. Who is a posse? I don't know you but you know what? Hey, let's try this out. Allow you hear me. Abbasi senior name right. China's. Are. You are you can you hear me? Can you talk day something allow? Colin Abbassi. The hype pronounce your. Name. I you just reading at me want..
"mike career" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Introspective. Way where he just he was. Shelby Sake I mean he was just. He was his life was ruined as a child and he grows up with a distorted. View of of women and he he. Finds himself attracted to women women of the night and when one of these prostitutes. Comes back and and sort of makes him relive the torture that he went through as a child. It drives him over the edge in any starts he started his killing spree in since he is A. His well versed in the in the the art if you will of of embalming that's how he decides to kill his. Victims He's doing. So for two purposes, one to cleanse them of their sins and it's walked way of thinking. In two to erase them from the face of the earth. The fact that they're dying well, that's just that's doesn't really come into play for him. He just wants them gone and he wants them cleansed. sees psychotic, but that's that's the as. And that's the that's the theme throughout the book in We introduced the John W Briscoe and his team of gala got day and Cedric Tomlinson Each one has their own baggage Bristol had We find out in bone thief in Book One that he lost his his his fourteen year old daughter too drunk driver in in an accident which also. True. His wife of of many years into A. Reversible Coma which she never recovered from. So he's got a lot of baggage in Cedric Tomlin's in his His favorite thing to do at night is to grab a bottle and get drunk. So he's battling battling the battling booze throughout the three books in Margaret allegations as got past as well. So everyone in the book. Is. Painted with the big brush and they have their They have their their individual altruistic that make them unique and they. then. Meet on the stage, which is the the narrative of the book in plays out and I think it works pretty well by readers like it. Got, fans of Driscoll. So it's kind of cool. Cool. Yeah. This the most important part of the readers. I like in the books. And, and this is a series but always a standalone story eight and. It could each one could be written could be read as a standalone Many people do Go back and they say, wow I you know I didn't know there was something before. But if you were to read if you wanted to get the introduction of Chandra's from the star and you take up bone thief and then you'd follow with the. With, the screaming room and then you'd go on to a no one here your screams. Just to get the flow. And you at work said earlier your hard at work on the next one coming up next year. I got a feeling. It will probably be out next year. The way it's going right now the working title ten pounds that may not be the released titled But. That's the theme. Great too far from that. All right. Thomas will before let you go work in our listeners. Find you swing your website is probably the best place to find you. Yeah I've got a website which lists pretty much Mike career.
"mike career" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Through a cancer diagnosis through five reoccurrences. At Hope through death. Hope it is not a wish but hoped that it was promised. Definitely had no fear of death. She knew what her mission was. She knew what we were supposed to and she did it probably you guys were high school sweethearts tell me about the first time. You saw well, the first time I saw her. She was she was breathtaking. She went to different high school and we were able to meet with they through a mutual friend and. You know not only her her beauty like all facebook boys I was seventeen and she was fifteen at the time. Just you know you're interested in how the girl looked at the book is very honest and I'm very honest and. But the thing that attracted me what they got to know her, what's her? And disturbed genuine confidence about or not any. Presence in the confidence that shine. And that's certainly the case she was. Undergoing treatment from became a spokesperson. A role model for many women that go through disease. You know it's not ever always easy to be involved with somebody who goes on and becomes a star in something, and in your particular case, it was in football. I always admired women that had their own identities when they were involved with people that that were stars tell me a little bit about her personality and her ego. She didn't have negotiated a very strong personality. a servants hearts. and. One of the reasons why I chose. Excuse me to take the year off is because everything was about me? Throughout our marriage them when it when the time came where she needed me more than football maybe. With a difficult choice make the right choice making. So I. Chose to stay home in honor the wedding vows and honor the valve and sickness and in health and I couldn't. Look, myself an emir and either man that I wanna to be the husband I promise to be if I go to different state and play football while she was undergoing treatment again, I was blessed financially have that choice. Where there's some challenges along the way as you moved into Ohio state and became an all America player there because as I said, those marriages of sports, people person married to a great athlete is always something I've always found fascinating. I Haven't challenges, I. You know I would. Not. Know. Anything about Mike Career and I, kind of address them in the book that. I was all about. Football about. Excuse..
"mike career" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"That's the highlight of your life. It should be like that's it and this is the trajectory. I was going in all this art classes or sports Do spend time with nothing ever serious and this is the man with Moustache. My first coach. Aghanistan should he said like we're training for Olympics and had no idea what it meant but he had those dreams for knee and he showed me how much more I can have some life and then then laying. She showed me how I was fascinated. How my body can change coach? Dan Length showed me how my character Kim change because when I would come in at USC year like European non smiling. I attitude I would say like this is why this is the way it is mrs how I like. That's it you take the limit. You don't like it. Go real like it to stay and that was my mindset in mycogen. Lakes melt you. Can you have to develop your character a man? This is how you do it to really taking risks blitz ability for your actions for your feelings for your thoughts. So we're still in touch with coach Dan Language and the it's like we never separated. We still continue the same conversation about development about the discoveries about the deeper developmental. Niks what he's doing. He's a athletes and clients in media. So it's amazing collaborative for during year. Which started really rough but it definitely got really meaningful end up getting to the Olympics Yes so I was quite good in college one nationalist I was Ranked number one dime in the US And I really thought I did not exhaust all my ability yet And after college I needed to decide the from GONNA continue train or GONNA pursue a business career A bit complicated nuts managed voices that had because for me to stay in us. I had to have some kind of different visa. Not a student visa anymore But also I I was. I was interested in the working environment in business in the In Nia one day making a tiny slice on my fingers through chopping vegetables and could not trained for week completely freaked me hours like even like any data can damage. Mike Career in sports is is it was it became. Assad really scared to invest all my time In efforts into one APP. So I I. I'M GONNA try for one year to works fulltime entering school five minutes. Howard GonNa go. It's really thought to me while I management better And then this is how I continue train our working as a senior business analyst for medical company. This is when I actually started. Also seeing the different mentalities would be like business professionals. Half and athletes have got really complicated the projects in the company for performance and the had implemented bringing lots of changes in the company. And they like it was Friday when I met says director who mccomb was supposed to implement those changes on Monday. So we were going to that final steps In she said like well you did really good job. Also bringing this Dr attention analyzing and creating the fine how to improve everything. But we're not GONNA do it and I almost fell from the chair But have huge problem in you. Guys all agreed. It is detrimental problem to fix and this is where it really is stuck. Wish me how different again the mentalities our even took me years to change whole might training. But I always been testing if I'm Bradley Fed or open to hear the safety at the work. Space are the control of what you do is so much more important so was still needed to make those changes in the company so I really needed joined a stand how to transfer that athletes mentality. They're working workspace so I could do. My job in is Mrs. Where are on? Another level is star that also to look at this sports psychology reform on psychology and for my journey gronk Philip Mix. I qualified in. Really Complicated Way. It was only one from Ghana Goto Olympic Really Dwell and the another girl supposed to go instead of near and I beat her and I was the last person to got on Lithuanian national team to go to Olympic Games so I had to take unpaid vacation from my works to go to Olympics. So so so. That was my during the at the Olympics I had always thought that's because I am working full time. I am not read before Olympics even though physically mentally like I was so ready like all my best results in the Hugh Nick. Our fellk was biased level. I ever experienced in my whole Journey by that saw that everybody's preparing perfect for Olympics like Oh my German counterparts. I know like they have huge team. Going to the camps have like nutritionist. Masseuses like this taking care of this. Like no way can forbid with now like yes. I'm good for me for my level for for my training but it's completely another level and Manera Joe Olympics. I knew this thought GonNa kill me and it was warm ups and I never an Westfield so good froze they were so easy they were just like. It's the best. It was the best feeling. Ever when you feel like everything just comes together so naturally easily I N. One of the coaches from Belarus is like the just were miles Olympics. Yes like save yourself smile but I knew the minute I stepped into them arena It's GonNa be different for me like it doesn't matter anymore. How far In even I'm battling this thought off like it doesn't matter how fire show I throw my pr. Everybody else will will throw more exciting trying. Like still do the same froze. I did the in that war mobs by the IRA deal like feeling so much pressure meat. And then my friends from Belarus. The coach like we're friends After I throw her arms poked from her shoulder. And Sharon's Demisch. She's like Inga. Help because she doesn't speak English so now I have like morale do am radio like complicated and journey roof myself. Trying battled by crazy thaad offer not performing well and now his like should they help her in the middle of Olympics rights before me going slow so that was interesting. What did you do Alan Juice? Yes I did. I fought anyhow like micro stuck sorry just like broader to Giannis I on sale in English like shaves. Hell she needs emergency. Please take care of her. And then I fought like may have like little defined off to prepare for my froze but was just a game but they're completely turning in for me was after competition when we're the elevator with old band girls who were performing in the Foolish Gatien. We start talking. How did this experience a goal for all of us and One floor from us. She said like I was throwing my ligaments. Store and another lady says a huge pain in my back like an I thinking I am healthy. I am way much more strong grin health. Even those Gilson. I fought their way much better prepared than me. In at this point it really stuck to me. How our thoughts and mind really stand in our way of. What would you believe what we experience? So this has gotten a super fascinated. The in this field was all from starting in college when you were asked to think about your feelings Yeah Yeah. Was this the first time you had felt this? What sounds like a a lack of confidence? I was quite confident person evenly at the Olympics. I was confident with myself. I was it was more like around. Not Letting need you think to the fullest or to be relaxed. I don't know how to call it because me as a person I felt. Okay me as an actually at four I. I know how to throw all my thoughts at that time. Wisconsin traded or like. My reality. Was that everybody else's better like I am good and I can break world records for sure like it's no problem but doesn't matter here matters who is better at the is the procreation all of us. Yes it's all by rankings. Now not the results anymore. So because I brought that kind of reality to place a a bit greeted. This whole hopelessness S. situation even though.
"mike career" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?
"Yeah like this can be for us like but it wasn't it was sold out and in so and then we kinda kept adding to it and then with any kind of Very quickly you know we did. We did in London. We did San Francisco. Sketch fast we did in Oslo. Were like actual guys came to show like fundraise from dark. Who are I was already friends with him at that point but he was like in the front row and I was like. Oh Shit like Oh God. Alice like yeah. I was insanely nervous but he was laughing others guide and then we Vakhin Festival in Germany. Which is you know August metal festival in but so then we added like we had added like three or four songs to it but most of us corpse paint reading the emails you know and you know. We're in in a field in Germany reading these emails. So you know there's hundreds of people looking at US and most of them are just like what is it. You know some people you could looking at these guys. Get it over here. These people no idea. These people are wondering when we're GONNA start playing but whenever we play the songs people everyone go nuts so we were like fuck it. Let's just be a band like Let's take this joke as far as we can. Because it's ridiculous and we love it you know. I'm a huge metal. Fan Phyllis too. So who isn't yeah? I mean it's fun to do you know so. Do you find this being a fan of metal that if you if you're like in a fan of metal people instantly go like that is all they listened to yet. I think that's what I listen to. What are you talking about like I listened to the smits and you know what Rufus wainwright stereotype? They are also playing with people that you know are into metal. That's the only thing they're into but This also reminds me on the show. We'll talk about the apocalypse and you kind of had a personal apocalypse with twitter. You were banned from winter. Yeah I did I did. Oh Yeah I. I did get banned like last June. I guess I what know. I'm not a fan of Donald trump to put it mildly. Really is well some people. Some percentage some frightening percentage of people are. I don't think about it. Yeah you so what? I would like responded. His tweets like just say something vulgar just to get his supporters to say something back to me and then I would whatever they would. They would insult me and I would respond with like a mother joke. That like fifteen year old. Would there's a short documentary on Dave Hill's website. You should definitely watch. It's really heart wrenching. I would say the free Dave Hill. Yeah what yeah my buddy? Jim twos like right after it happened. He he's like Oh you know. Join a make short film about it. So yeah he we. We just shot a bunch of stuff together. And you know it's really has E- shot and edited in. And all that. So since we're all in quarantine not able to see a bunch of people what's it like? Do you have another replacement for twitter? Is there another place where you're putting your thoughts into the world? I'm sure someone without twitter. It's very it's a very difficult time. I'm sure of someone who doesn't have twitter right now. It must be difficult. Not Seeing people are being able to a sound off about things you've done. I mean there's obviously like facebook and instagram and those are really the only one day us But I have to say when I got banned Banned for life like I lost. Wow I had a verified account of fifty six thousand followers or something and a you know I'll never in people go to make another account and I could do that and it's same. Yeah and it's like nine then I gotta go here. Everybody come over here. Yeah and I you know I like two days whereas like Oh like I. I'm not on twitter. I need it for my career. This is the vodka in the apocalypse Mike Career. Because that's what it feels like now that you need these things to be successful in Miami I I. It's all relative. I don't think there's so many versions of success. You know I don. I did not as worried local. I'M NOT GONNA BE GONNA known by this. Come to the shows but a few couple months after I recorded. My new film practically won't is out now but when I recorded house like how's anyone GonNa no no one's GonNa come? Yeah but you know I sold out two shows and fine in that you know November. I did UK in European tour and most of those shows were sold out. I didn't tweet about it. So skewer finding out and I have say not be on twitter. I would recommend anybody to just yeah delete. It's it's too easy to ours year day back. At least I did and you don't wake up and go like what the fuck you know. Trending see things that just make you angry. Yeah and you're you know I think like you're at least somewhat low less of like. Oh why didn't anyone like? Yeah when I might tweet. I thought that was really going to be the one over the time that it does. It's all this pressure and I also feel like a we're starting to realize the Internet isn't real life. It's very fake. I mean we are connecting on it now but the way we present ourselves. Isn't you know it's not everything being on twitter or instagram or things like that? They're Israel life outside where you can yen it's it's it's all like I. Don't you know who knows what's real? It's funny knowing you know since I'm unfairly aware of my. What my real life. Is You know before before this now? but like Like instagram is like. You're like Oh my God you're just constantly all over the world he had you know before all this I did travel. You know quite a bit. Now it'd probably go to like I would go go all over the world but it will like not as much as it appeared. Most time I would be sitting at home mine or is my dog but the allusion. You just show the travel. Yeah you're showing the me at home with my dog. I'm like I'm in parents. I'm in Oslo. Whatever yeah showing the best parts of ourselves most of the time? Yeah so but you can't win. You can't win because I idea where I was like. I'm just gonNA show the worst and so I posted in. You know just like kind of as a joke. Yeah Yeah I was just going to show just just mundane in So I posted United State. At the time I was thinking I stopped taking antidepressants for the first time in over twenty years recently. Not which I'm not saying like Aba for me but just to be just not current. I don't know why I'm making his thinking. Actually I was but I you know I was taken prototype for a very long time in so had my my PROZAC and I. I took a photo in just like you know. You couldn't necessarily tell what it was. But it's clearly like Koby's a prescription medicine. Then I put Ryan Grim put like I honestly don't know where I would be without these pills probably gutter somewhere and I manage just as like whatever ridiculous thing to post. What kind of response did you get just like? Oh I think it's so great that you're open about very nice just like people thought like. Oh this is so cool that you're being like out honest about and honest about you. In I've I've always been honest about mental illness have written about it in at least two out of three of my books goes into it in depth. So it's not like I don't talk. I've always talked about it but like I never talked about it that way. Like in any additive. Like whoa is me. Sorta way But I did and people started to like. Oh my gosh so this means so much which was very nice. That is nice worried. People would be like are you okay? No I'm just saying it backfire. I felt bad. 'cause I was like Oh people are gonNA really dirty if I go I Sincere may posting this like Dr Mike. Darkness and sounds like fuck this this banks staff. Yes I didn't I just delete it. Yeah it's weird. Authenticity is something that I'm always trying to strive for. But it's just so hard with all the screens and social media like a weird filter that gets put on everything Do you feel like With all of us being social distancing and all this stuff I mean this is a dumb question asked now. Do you think we're in the midst of an apocalypse. I ask everybody this. But it's like seems redundant ask this question now because it's like I have various thoughts on it. I guess ultimately I was saying no. We're not because I think that if I'm I'm not sure where I am. I'm definitely not an atheist but I I guess I'm not really sure I don't think ultimately ultimately matters what I think about high hours and stuff. I definitely believe in things beyond just us but we're just bags of meat as what I say. Yeah you know and you know you know. You can look at anything from spirituality to to quantum physics and there's just energy and stuff beyond the physical realm or whatever but anyway I guess I think that if there's no way if if life on earth is a movie one of Shitty ending. There's just can't believe that they're going to be like and then everyone died just lazy writing as pandemic happened. Yes it just so it would be so lazy of whatever whoever whatever you WANNA say the high higher power I mean. Have you ever found nature to be like in three acts though like very neatly wrapped up and put together? No but I I think I do think you know. I don't think it's the end but maybe wouldn't I wouldn't be terribly surprised if Maybe a billion people get wiped out. And I'm I really hope not but I did in just a bit of frustration like a month ago or a month ago I just said I think a billion people are GonNa die. I don't think that now but not ruling it out either. And that's not a conspiracy theory. I'm like I don't know I mean a lot of people have died so that's a lot of people have died in. You know there's sort of smart knowledgeable people out there who are like. Oh it's just getting started. Buckle up yeah it's not I tend to think that you know friend. Maybe Irazari stands but she was like. Oh when you when you come back to New York and I was like Idea like I'm deaf. I WANNA die in New York for sure but not not to this like I'm you know I'm talking in you know forty years at one again. The crazy old man who doubted drag on his rent control or whatever. But I don't WanNa die now. That much at all and Eric is very resilient. It doesn't It there's no feeling of hopelessness. I think they're very or third tough. They're in it for the long haul. It's just oh yeah a question of what winner. When is this all going to blow over? Which is what's driving. Everyone nuts. The Amin like an I. I was really sad to leave New York because you know because I do love the city so much and you know I always say it's like you know Prior to the pandemic people New York exchange saw like banks and this and that is like well. Yeah that's totally true but like the greatest asset of any city in the world is. It's people you know. And that's the reason places like New York London Paris and on down the line of amazing cities of the reason. They're truly great are the people and and I think you're absolutely right like New York will get through this Better than ever fucked up as that is to say with. We'll yeah I mean after nine eleven there were a bunch of changes to the city. And it's a completely different place than it was like in the late eighties or nineties. Yeah totally so I keep thinking that I have this feeling that New York is going to change again in itself because it is re it has become a place for banks and a lot of rich people to just like hang out and have a good time but Annan's is the total drag..
"mike career" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Me. He's like baby always dressing fancy like way his like. Yeah like just yourself fancy and then the boss came later when I became my own boss Bossie end. You're just writing it just salad with me. Fancy though so now you know. It's funny that you mentioned at that. Time your boyfriend's friends ex-boyfriend. Let's make that clear guys. Yes okay the reason why I say that. Is this in a WanNa say in the mid nineties? I began to work with a lot of Chicano rap artists. They're necessarily means that they were doing the orderly. You will oriented type of wrap. That were ramping and I started to meet a lot of females wanted to start wrapping. And here's where I couldn't work with them. They would bring their boyfriends studio. For some reason they will see to eat. It will just mean or a bunch of guys there No way you're not going to work at never had the opportunity to work with a lot of females because females have jealous boyfriends. Believe me I get it. I respect that but sometimes he kind of just have to step aside and let her work. Let her be herself. You know there was a girl that was a singer. She sounded a lot like Tina. Marie and we want it to work with her. But every time I'd be doing a beater some her boyfriend will be like behind my back. Every time I go into walk walk room. The bulk role would be an integral part of the studio and I will go with their micro up. Give her headphones downright here. But the Mike former here do not back up. Stay here K. He would follow us and it got so fucking knowing that I just told him dude. You don't have to come. And he didn't like to approach them so she never came back so believe me. Don't ever let anybody whether geier female stand in the middle. What you WANNA do. I know. Sometimes it's tough being a female it is. It is an you know what I learned that if a man cannot you know? Take what you have that comes with this then you gotta cut that. Person Lose. They can't go with you. Not Everybody could go with you when you're moving in your career and that's what I noticed. I've cut ties with certain people because I noticed their energy. They didn't want me moving forward or me. Being succeeding in this is true. Feeling shows ditches. My team right here. I could Kana with one. Hannah have one single left over okay. It's sometimes you have to get yourself a team that believing you not going to know that negative energy or the Haiti shit going on. I know there's a quote that I read that instead. I can't be friends with somebody who sees me as competition and is true and it's true. You can't do that. You know and as you move forward. You're going to have to lay some people along by the wayside because they don't a lot of people don't want to see you succeed. They'll tell you that but they don't fat Denver's nurse those field to have nothing to gain but they believe in you wrong you know so so now fancy the ball is born when you're a teenager from correct the name if you will okay immediately. Did you start working with producers or Europe into instrumental songs? How does that work? How did you get your groove going on? Silas Ladder Instrumental Song. We had somebody on our team at the time his name was forced. And he actually did my hundred dollar bill Beat and I paid them for it but He used to do all our beats like. He's dopey stings. He produces he. Does it off for Song? Would you say your hundred dollar? Bill was one of my first ones by myself We used to work team and there was a bunch of us but we were like more unlike the Chicano rap rap. That's what started me. I'm not even GonNa Front you know. A lot of people are are So how can I embarrassed to be boxed in but I don't care like that's how I started and then I started growing and you know I'm versatile but To make a long story short I mean I just had a bunch of like oldies instrumentalists and then I started buying my own stuff and coming into my own. Wh What do you think encourage you like? Will you just as serious about your career that you just said? Fuck it. I'm just GONNA spend my own money a gap to be. Yeah I mean even working a little low budget jobs. Like Carl's junior I worked chucky cheese. I worked everywhere like you know and I would invest in invest in make my money and then By beats record at people in People's Garages in. That's where I started in My home team in garage with a bunch of guys. I was the only girl so like yourself you know I had that problem. Where guys their girlfriends did. They know. She can't come like I don't want her here like it. Got To that point I was like. Hey I don't want your man you know I just I just WanNa work and then like I cut ties with them. Started coming into my own and then I just started doing mounting myself. She that Jewish Je Jealousy share ruins relationship by by possible Musical if you will future relationships because somebody thinks you know of she wants my man or my man might find her attractive or some bullshit if he can keep his fucking pants than maybe lows like. If I see a man looking at somebody else I mean. Then he's not for me exactly. Just cut them loose like if he has ice for. Somebody doesn't buy then. You know what happens when they say you willing to come back advocate. Do you know how your first single comes out if you will you distributor Philo. How do people? How do people here did you out? I kept 100-dollar-bill. Hit Him for five years. Okay I hit it for a long time because I wanted it to be a single and I wanted to distribute it the right way so I started I didn't really have a lot of knowledge in the game. I had a study. That like how to get Everything distributed to escape and then put everything on itunes and you know look into the royalties in how everything works. How TO GET PAID? Actually get paid for this. You know a if you don't have it already. Davis is a good guy to talk to. Okay so let's just say for example you do an EPA and you say you're working on it okay And you want to if you will. What do you call that word? Where you want to Certify your songs like you want to make sure that you release them nobody else can pick them up their mind. You know you have legal paper were done. He's somebody that could possibly help me without tool and then when it starts taking all whether it's on all platforms or whether it's on Youtube over talk whatever he can help you possibly if you're looking into that and if you don't have somebody already so that's why. I wanted him to speak on a little bit of that. Because there's a lot of people that don't know the business side of it you know. I believe or not. They're doing what they love their getting fucked me so so now you hold onto that single up. Two hundred you like this. I like it as lyrical. The Hook is my favorite part because there's just like done like in the beginning it just made like dropping bar after bar and that's actually the song where I really put my lyrics to work. I just wanted that song is cut hundred dollar bill like married to the man on the hundred dollar bill. I don't know if you heard it adult you're talking but yeah it's just Something that I just. I was single at the time. And I just like. That's my man. Ben Frank Never does me wrong so I mean believe me? Every time I envy somebody I do my homework on them. Weeks in advance like my wisdom guy coming in already. Got My homework questions. And they're all right here. Okay so I heard a Lotta your stuff or the stuff that was available liberty here and some of the stuff that you have on your instagram. As well like voice I really do. I will say this and I hope you'll hate me for it but always be open when somebody tells you that of be open for improvement. It's not a bad thing constructive criticism you know. Now if somebody could save one the fucker you you don't even wrap your. I don't even wrap but I've been around a lot of dope wrappers and I know sometimes what I want to hear from an artist you know so always be open and it was somebody who told you say okay. Then how can we better you know? How can I be better if somebody's going to criticize at least they should be able to give you that answer? How can you be better so but I do think that You have adult voice. I just think my opinion form what little I heard. Okay you need some dope obese. So I'm not trying to disrespect anybody who might have done the tracks you know but I do think that you maybe ought to try a different different styles if you will because you just never know like for example. You know you're familiar with pit bulls pit bulls a totally different rapper. Before he started doing that. Dad Stuck on this nation and blew the fuck up. You know a lot of times. We could be stuck on this. This is me somebody along route to this. Beat now I don't like it. We'll just try any blows a fucker so often say it'd be open minded of Boston like that. So so now one hundred dollar bill. Okay what what came next. After that. Psalm I just started rapping over other instrumentals I I did a freestyle to she on fire. That's actually my mix tape. I did a a long free style with that it was. I think like three minutes long. Yeah nonstop just free styling research. Sometimes I'm more of a songwriter but I can't freestyle. There's good you know I've known rappers that can we stop? Can't write a song and then I've known people that can write a song for country song and I guess you're able to do somewhat both so that's a good game is what producers. Are you working with right now? As far as long as they he is John. Henry Mapuche John Henry. Shout to him And I work a lot with talent beats by talent. He has some really On he's the one who didn't know man on my watch. I don't know if you heard that one. Yeah he produced Allan. That's actually my baby right now. So yeah no all bar as so you're going to stick just to these two guys pushing for the EPA off. John is John Henry. But as far as my mix tape You'll hear talent and y'all herridge on on there is your now. I ask questions from a vast perspective meaning like I mean no but I'm going to ask you about donald any of you will features that you've done on other people stuck. I did a song when my boy moans throw is at the table of bosses I was actually his feature As further features I really don't collaborate with so many people. I'm very I pick and choose who I WANNA work with. And just further reason just to protect Mike Career and so I'm not boxed into a certain genre and on your EP. Are you going to have any features? I said I would do one because I'm actually doing this. Ep for John But it's GonNa be dope but it's just something that's pulling me out of my comfort zone because it's a different style. It's more like a hip hop like underground hip hop type of Phil. And I'm not headed for that way is just something that I'm doing so I'm just trying different styles. I'm just playing with my style right now. There's often very open and like you said there's always room for improvement and I take that as good criticism. Because I like that like 'cause I know I can be better. I know I'm not like like the Game Right now. You know those so now Are you active as far as daily shows or? Ub must just okay. I'm actually doing a photo show. Echoes were out in April. I just did a show. On Valentine's Day Dow was good. It was nice crowd and then I did one with my voice. You know who bragged about your new Valentine's Day thank you and he didn't know that I had already heard of Buzek all. Of course you know a lot of people throw me stop. There's people that say Iraq. Here's my music. A flood my fucking. Dm With about ten songs. And I'll be honest. I get angry and I'm GonNa tell you why because I announcer here. Do not use it. I don't click on links. Okay do not inbox media music. I don't Wanna see your videos. Please do say and Senator Rodney Radio DOT COM. 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"mike career" Discussed on The Product Experience
"Right so it sounds like you can have a unintentional bias in the data that you collect in the algorithm in the assumptions that you have and and in the interpretation this sounds interesting and terrifying at the same time is there any guidelines or a cheat or some way not for a resource for people to educate themselves to say. This is a starting point of at least two questions. I should be asking. I think I'll you can delete. I'll give you a ten pounds later. But that's but that's why I've I've created a nontechnical course for electives electives and for product managers and for founders because they ultimately no business better than the data scientists in most cases right and so when the dates signs produce an algorithm. It's important to have the exact product managers to be there and add that layer of domain knowledge to be able to see whether this thing is really correct or is is a little bias or you know because there's a risk for example if the data scientists have produced the the Amazon CV scanning algorithm that they would have said look. It's accurate his daytime put in. This is the result. This way operates testing. It's GonNa high you the best people and then that gets released to the wild right Or released into the wild and that's really really dangerous. If we don't have the domain you know owners that understand that so. This was the first time I would say it. Mike career that previously I used to get into an organisation our members of consultant. If you had people who were there. Say I've been in this company for twenty five years in my head. The first thing that came to my head was what a dinosaur. I can't wait for them to leave okay so that we can show them something new right. Bring new ideas however now with machine learning I so value people who say I've been here for twenty five years because they have experiences that may not have been put into a database yet which means the machine booby missing that when it's making some of its decisions interesting so if service that way as part of that coast which sounds really interesting and we'll put the link in the in the nights. Is there a way than to tasks over validate the output of your algorithms. Is there a method that you that you recommend. Yes so this this Their validation allegation approaches that we have from the technical perspective where you can see whether it was accurate weather. It wasn't but there are additional. Ones that you can work with with the business to try and understand as I mentioned earlier things like false negatives or false positives that are more costly but they don't show up in accuracy measures they show up in different forms. Things we call f scores and things we call recall and precision those sort of things that those are the things that you know nontechnical people need to understand when important to the business and less important to the date scientists. They're incredibly useful though because if we know which direction what sort of constraints the business since user or the product manager once on those things that even influences the type of algorithm we.
Small tissue chips in space a big leap forward for research
"I work the National Center for advancing. Translational sciences is spearheading. We've partnered with cases, which is the center for advancement of science in space, and we have got together to send these tissue chips to as you say, the international space station, and we could not be more excited. Her number of reasons microgravity has an incredibly disruption will affect on the human body in ways that we don't necessarily fully understand. And I know that you've had the five part series from the human research program talking about the different risks in space. And and so a lot of those risks in space could actually potentially be modeled on tissue chips. So that's the first thing is that these tissue chips could give really important information about disease pathology understanding of microgravity effects in human tissues in in-vitro system. So that's going to be useful for the space research field space biomedical research field, but also microgravity seems to cause changes in human physiology that actually directly translate to disease pathology here. So some of the fluid shifts stuff that occurs in microgravity is directly correlation, some different kinds of cardiovascular disease. There's a higher incidence of kidney stones up in microgravity, which we don't really understand. Why kidney-stones big clinical problem aging of the immune system will immunise an essence is seen as people get older down here on earth. Will they get exposed to more kinds of different, viruses and cold and bacteria. Their immune system responds appropriately or inappropriately and there's been anecdotal evidence. And some evidence of how t cells, for example, respond differently to microgravity in space. And I think Dr Brian crucial was actually talking about that one of your previous podcast. Yeah. So there's all these changes that happen up in microgravity that a really interesting and important and potentially very informative for human disease here enough. So that's what we're using these tissue chips for in spaces that we can muddle things that might take months or years to occur down here on earth. Feel looking at. Soccer Pena, which is muscle loss or osteoperosis, which is loss of bone density, which is huge issue for astronauts in space. We can muddle something that might take ten or fifteen years here on earth to become even clinically relevant in a couple of weeks up in microgravity. So we're able to really try and stall understanding disease pathologies, an uncovering disease pathologies in a very exhilarated way that we couldn't do down here on earth. How is that? How is how is the time line accelerated with my grab? Well, that's what we don't understand. So that's why it's of interest both for us as researchers for human health here on earth because we want to understand what is it the causes osteoporosis. Is it genetic is environmental. What is it up in space, the has to be huge environmental aspect to it? So what is the actual biological mechanisms and molecular biology underpinning that loss of bone density up on station that is so fast? Could we potentially uncover new molecules that tissues respond to up in space? That mean that it gives us potential new therapeutic talk. To target osteoporosis here on earth. Could it gives us insight into genetic mechanisms and genetic predispositions? So we're really looking to understand new things by being able to utilize microgravity on station. Well, and this kind of goes back to your point of how small they are. Right. This is a huge consideration for sending things up to space is mass is also a consideration. When you're when you're sending things have a cargo vehicle, so you can send all of these chips with all these different organs and functions yell together. That'll give you some some time, and some some I guess flexibility with what you can accomplish yet. And so the key pointing at you just raised there is how the chips small. Yes, absolutely true. But if you look at the pumps and the computational needs that are needed to supply these chips with Mike career fluid channels with all of the plasma. And all of the takeaway, all of the effluent that comes out of the chip then all of a sudden, yo teeny tiny chip could need something to support it this the size of your kitchen refrigerator.