17 Burst results for "Mike Perception"

"mike perception" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

Betrayal Trauma Recovery

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery

"Who share these podcast episodes on facebook or tag us on instagram comment on on our youtube channel. Anytime you interact with us online. It really helps other isolated women find us and now back to the conversation. One of the things that impresses me about abuse victims and i think other people or people who don't understand abuse would perhaps see this maybe as a weakness but for me. I think it's a strength impresses me. So much is that i have never met an abuse victim who is not willing to do some self reflection in fact. They're so willing to do it in there. There's this level of humility and a level of willingness to take responsibility that i find in abuse victims that actually makes them susceptible to abuse because they're so willing to take responsibility which i see as a strength can we talk about that permanent of victims willingness to say well you know maybe what he's saying is true. Maybe i do need to cook a better dinner. Or maybe i do need to be worked out more or maybe i do need to read the bible more or maybe i do need to submit more or something like that. What would you say to women who are having a hard time ferreting out. What is true because they really genuinely want to know the truth. And they're wondering if what they're abuser is saying about them is true and that's a tough one most of the ways that we can filter out truth is in terms of our personal experience. But when we're talking about something that is a perception based idea that becomes much more difficult will maybe on perceiving it wrong maybe this or maybe that that's where we really need to also look at isolation and how isolation plays a part in the ability to manipulate. So if i'm talking to my friend. I'm saying hey this happened. Then someone said this to me. My friend can say that's nuts and now i have a check on my perception. That says oh mike. Perception might be actually more accurate than i thought it's in community and it's in those kinds of healthy relationships where we have those checks and balances on what's happening to me but a lot of times we get this this secrecy this extreme privacy or loyalty. Where we're we don't actually talk to people about what's happening in. We're not willing to speak to others about that in speak truthfully about it or we don't know that we can. We don't have anybody that can kinda be a sanity. Check one of the most valuable gifts that i can give to. Someone is the truth and so when someone calls me one of the things that we talk about..

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"mike perception" Discussed on Consciousness and Leadership

Consciousness and Leadership

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Consciousness and Leadership

"Order to literally. He'll the planet and so often i feel that there's so much there's so much focus on healing humanity but there's also needs to be a focus on helping earth. He'll now why does earth needs to heal. Well what happened. Millions of years ago in this verse is there was a very interesting event. That happened where something like. One hundred fifty planets ascendant like earth did from like the three and four frequency off into this higher state of fifth dimensional frequency will. What happens that while sold. That are locked in the three d. In the lower energetics lean a lot of stress burden rave terror or they actually go somewhere and guess what. This is. what we're seeing right now. This is what we're seeing with. A lot of the souls were willingly taking this. We're going to be leaving this planet into another role to experience because the frequency of earth is so close to happening to the to the higher energetic. Just like what happened for this interesting anomaly of a hundred and fifty planets hitting it at the very same time so what earth did was this realm as a sentient conscious being that she is volunteered to take out of these souls in the three from these planets. Much like some other realm estate Taking our souls right now for their feeling and put them on here. What happens when you take them. Mantra free consoles that are in lower energetics. Smart nuuanu planet while jewelry. Magadan it and this is what's happened. Where the earth is destroyed multiple times great floods all of these. These are mythology and you are literally here coming back from a future timeline of earth in order to ensure that this doesn't happen again so we can literally he'll that time lanky raped the cycle number. Not going to get into the whole thing of controller species the inter dimensional warfare electric wars. All that stuff. Yes what it's gonna come out this coating is gonna come out and it matters also matters not but the wanna make with this out of this from new jersey. All these other plans over global blood is this. You are literally the most elite best of the best the most amazing traits and characteristics in superpowers of consciousness into intuition intellect. Instinct of any of the total attempted volunteers. Who came back here. So do not limit yourself do not let the pager in programming in the bullshit stories in your nature nurture stop you from claiming your sovereignty from activating your guests going deep into healing your dna to unlawful the codes to moving around the planet to working with mother guy. Because you would not be here remembering listening to the energetics of this conversation if you were the best of the best you have superpowers. Literal superpowers inside of you. That will become a weakened. Ask consciously activate your dorm dna and you're going to remember the more more troops in some of the things that i'm sharing with right now so all you have to do is get up every morning. Drop into your dna and make the conscious choice to expand to go deeper into your mission your gifts your business healing your relationships and if you do that you will continue to remember an unlock all aspects of this e there were literally billions of souls in different dimensions young putting up their hands and you may not have hands. They're different things but literally saying. Hey like i'm ready. To come down your. I'm ready to be volunteer. I'm ready to come into this place. Which is dense rate. This is why there's war rape terror earth has That is like no other place in the omnivores. Where there's such a wide range of emotions were you can literally go from the terror of being raped on the battlefiel. All the ways orgasmic lists joy and and everything in between and this is part of the reason why was so many people want to volunteer to come down people so many souls ball one to volunteer to come down into this density is because the ultimate game is the ultimate task. Can you go into this level of density and flow yourself while heal Mother guy and when you can do that and if you're listening to this and even some of these coz ring true you're already there. You're all ready. There might have been caught in the wheel of karma and denison had many lifecycles. I know i've acce past lives. But you're there you're literally there and if you continue to flow forward and continue to old that sovereignty goal within you'll shift this rejection and he will be able to awaken and continue to do amazing things in this place. Fifth mentioned ours. Yeah i feel worthy you remember in the more that you to be the more that you are able to liberate yourself and he'll yourself and through the healing of yourself heels l. Humans manny the earth. and god. god the energetics of all of these things. The energetics the grit. You know and this is where i feel like. It's not earth. Mike perception that needs it doesn't need saving would love healing and to me. The healing is for us healing ourselves and doing the grid work doing the work here during our time on the planet to not get caught into like. Oh i don't have time to do work. Right now this mandate not mandate. It's like all of these little delusions control structures. Actually keep us august. Saw us from remembering distract us from things that matter. So you know whether. You're feeling paul. To come and work with spencer i and deeper into the work with transcendent patriarchy amazing. We'd love to have you and worth or something else that is activated in your soul in heart to explore research sudden. He'll take as your sign regardless that now is the time to do that. And that means you can still honor yourself. You can still wres- you can still narration.

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"mike perception" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:15 min | 3 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Today's thanks a better investment opportunity if remnant right all of and We able ever able to unravel that. Yes it's interior the the with it was. It took two years once we agreed. Maybe just shy to us. Once we agree to price to move forward and everything events a couple of years to unravel it onto fix it because we then found found out over the years that there was in the uk that some properties a leasehold tends to be freeholder bizarre which normally the same person but be different people and was quite a complicated lease chain involved Quite complicated lease chain involves which gomez and of the thing that just sent me into I didn't have to fix him with us to ask. Anybody has to fix it. Nobody else would come across this this type of situation before. So yeah all around. It was just everywhere Siah siah siah. Mississippi to stay in the same situation because moving forward was just like every sin stained unsolvable. Can you remember a particular day. Maybe when you were talking to your husband or when you're sitting on a loan you talking with a friend or whatever that it was like the weight of it all kind of really hit you so many days while realize the things that hadn't had realized about jail lose those one day when i found a realize that the complexity in in the leashes and i guess what changed was i had a bit more knowledge as the as passed to look and i saw as not just so. That's that's not why there's nothing only that many and that was the day i realized there was cincinnati not realized how had been appropriately held situation. More thing yeah. So let's go through the lessons that you learn because i know now you are a very successful and you know i think the audience really can benefit from what you learn so as well. I mean really really distilling a not being specific. You know you don't know what you don't know that was fish saying you know. It seemed like a logical things. Go into you know houses plots. Surely it's going to be the there those so many base that i didn't know but you don't know what you don't know another one i think is that you'll perception is reality. So i've made a really big assumption. Which was i'm thousands of miles away icon up portfolio in the way that have done so thought way that started to i need and that's about let me to shame the i needed to somebody else didn't even take moments check in on any of those assumptions. It was just an assumption semi mike. Perception was my reality of how elsewhere.

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"mike perception" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada

"In our facebook group also named to reform. We're chatting about what investable trends brought on by cova. We expect to continue for the remainder of the year and beyond will also give a quick update on where we're at with the mehta. Verse the crypto craziness over the last week and whether the new electric f one fifty will be cyber truck killer so today is the of may twenty fifth joel. What's your millennial. investors. Be paying attention from las week. Circus's i think people should just all on twitter. Make sure that you're buying Sixty five k sixty k. Fifty five fifty forty five forty thirty five thirty five dollar down. Maybe but honestly it's been a pretty great whatever seven days since we chatted last in terms of just general learning and also a change. I've seen at least this. Is mike perception of how i'm going to be approaching kind of one. I'm looking for in terms of investment thesis in for mike individuals stuff. I've come to the conclusion and this is a few things. I've been reading that markets kind of jet adjusted this huge. Move in tenure. Which we've been talking about for help or months by months if this is something that you need to be considering at probably november actually and i believe that worries have been largely priced in a now what investors are going to be looking for and i might be literally bit early couple months early. They need to be looking at stocks. That are going to persevere as we reopen just literally a couple of minutes ago we got. Vc's opening plan so canada which is three and a half four months behind the united states. Right now is finally giving their reopening plan. I got two doses of vaccine. We're ready to rock and roll here. Obviously i see us in. Our hospitals are still counting down but that is a trailing indicator. It isn't a leading indicator for what's so for myself. What i've been looking at here is like i've had to focus on something you generally speaking. You can probably test this rock. But i've always been this talked down. Investors somebody who has halachic economic moves into like. Okay what does that mean for..

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"mike perception" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

07:04 min | 10 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"How important networking is. She really is any. It's a slow burner as well. So i mean i- networking was one of the first thing. I did when i started my business because the for my previous told me and i i mean i remember walking into the room That didn't know a single person. And i was tearing each but i still get business to this day from those people. Yeah you know. It's one of those things where you don't want to just go along soon and then then leave because you know people. They were ways keeping up to date with. Who's around and if another comes along then you know they'll probably use them instead but it's just it's something i've found site beneficial and a not just for business for me but finding other people to help me. I mean that's how i found the lady who did market my branding for me And you know. I've i've bought two things of people i've met at networking So it is a kind of reciprocal relationship And i just think it's important cumbria's little different to the rest of the country. They like to know who they're doing. Business with it's a very It's a predominantly farming. We live in and you know they really do like to build relationships with someone before by start working with them doesn't matter what they do. It has been really important. Certainly up here to network and that that was the only way i found i was gonna get local clients away to go tonight. Will kind of network. What network do belong to one of the big networks or is a leno will never actually paid a lot of money for networking Cumbria again it bit. Different life got lots of little networking groups around so one of the first ones. I joined to his It was called Cumbria women enterprise and you paid three pounds and you went along once a month and it was a lovely kind of star to one because it was any women in that and it was just really nice informal one so i was a member of that for about six years before it finally closed sadly i also started one of my in enterprise. Aden as well Again it was three or four pound a month ago. A have since joined Pink link ladies. hey that they're in northwest organization That great they organize they and surprised vision. Awards in the northwest and So yeah i mean. That's the first one i've i've kind of subscribed to if you like but i'll go to any network and you go along. I mean obviously there were one. Save now as well so i get to join ones. I kind of get crushed some lancashire ones recently so you know i just like to keep my head in remind people i'm here and also find out what's going because i'm quite nosy. While is very very beautiful area of the country. It is eight hundred and we do tend to have a lot of networking days out to health. Spas or we'll go. We'll gay boating on all sorts or something like that saving quite nice. And i think that's best best. So that's the thing about guessing. Snow people is in fact. That's backfield's to me much nicer than just turning up its networking event whether it's fifty people in room and you might not three by the internet of that. And i'm you know you feel like talk to everybody and uber mini came. Gymnasts that this way you really get to know people on on. That's why that that going to remember usage this network. When i went to him. Friday is actually. If any what comes from and i can track that back to the very first really good networks. I joined and that was back into bathroom. Seven and every piece. Almost every piece of what i've had since not everything but a majority. Maybe six seventy event has come because of the people. I met back. Then whether it's then refer giving me or then that refer people who were so is. It's not just the original visit. It's well. yeah. And that's how. I met amanda ryan who i've co-founded borderlands with cheat. She was about very first networking event in two thousand fourteen. So you know it's it's works out very well like as which i think. Founding your own that lucky is also quite good for raising your profound. Getting to meet people as wasn't it. Yes definitely definitely. Yeah yeah so you. You called curly secretario so often secretarial so we'll terriers in twenty twenty one look like well for the most. I mean it's changed slightly over the last year since the pandemic is not as about it. the type of business i have coming in has changed. I'm doing a lot of audio typing work now whereas before it was you know occasional so that has increased the other thing that has increased is getting clients. Organized were digitally with their clients so taking their forms and putting them online Mike perceptions has never been used so much. I love it pitching. Crm's building crm systems for them And online storage one drive and stuff like that so yeah an asleep keeping them. Data protection compliance at the same time so yet that has increased massively But also you know. I do for coal mining clients as well as the good old fashioned diary management email management. So i do have an annual christmas card service that i started in twenty. Fourteen minutes is infamous nominal will national newspapers. Every christmas with it now yeah. I must be quite a headache. It's it's interesting. I did have to turn one joke down this christmas because they asked me to do fifty thousand christmas cards so them when it was like. I can't do that. I'm sorry even with my team. I can't do that and write them. Yes they will hundreds. And so i use cards from local artists or refers. Um what have you and All i can their own cards if they prefer And then we hand write them and the address and we post them for them so he was here is is. It's for small businesses. So.

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"mike perception" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

07:46 min | 10 months ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"Us that to me became a pursuit of deep intellectual. Rigor and adam still in Yeah where does this horse stuff. The empathy and connecting it to humans. Where where does the altering mind states come in for you. Okay so let me see if i want to answer this looney away or an abstract way that she if you can't i don't know what's going to be more dramatic for the podcast you decide. Okay well i guess absence you know being in connection with a horse become a meditation for me to and be able to To be able to look at traditional routes meditation where you might seat and you wanna be able to quiet the mind becoming to a state of presence is if you get into space and time with animal and likes fishing riding a horse. The forces the sta prisons and being out to have that connect connectivity in terms of the connection with another being. It's almost like that being becomes inside of you and you go inside so your entangled. Not only in an altered state of Perception are would side. But you're also entangled in terms of form and spo than the energy and the essence of that. They become blonde together. Does that make sense. Sorry yes So dat is is an altered state mike perception ron and becoming so prison that you can feel the thoughts of that animal that animal could feel. The thoughts appeared and That is an altered states start. Set him on marcus Oh wait. I don't even know if that was the linear answer the abstract which makes it even better. Yeah do you think. Here's the guy was wandering. Because i was just speaking to someone on another episode and they said to me greg you know mirror neurons you somebody you see someone up there doing a martin. Luther king was the example Giving a speech and you recognize. There's a specific trait. That makes you go. That's a great speech. And then this man said well that means recognize the capacity and yourself to potentially deliver something of that level. Even if you're not yet but he also used this as an example of recognizing and others the things or being annoyed by things. You're annoyed in yourself. Here's what i'm wondering. How in the world. If you're telling me you're not an from apprising b.'s. Horses and you're looking at where they're at without the human interference and quantum physics means that like. I've tried to connect all these together. Not as elegantly as you did. But let's go with it and quantum physics talking about the heisenberg principle and that perception affects the actual whether it's a wave or whether it's a whether it's a particle based on where the perception is. How in the world are you able to tune into horses without possibly leading your neurons. And what's happening inside of you bleed over very good question very question and i don't think that is an absolute possibility. It's having the awareness of bets. What's actually happening ryan. So being prison to what your perceptions are being prison in the moment to what you're thinking feeling and in that that time in spice are you able to then also be present. What the horses sinking into. What the horses feeling. But then to honor need in the way that eat ease as being and then the horse can come from the other side and own a year from that way as you are as being run. So you're not asking anything of it you just wanting to be able to create a hominy partnership and even though people may anthropomorphized inside like riding. A horse is not natural. But you know like we can still come together as beings in like bay within the spice and tom which you can tie rodney easy going to flow over so this way you blending essence of the horses tonight show not only in terms of his facilitations emiri. It's it's thinking feeling is to actually light bland in mira. The wavered moves its body so you become one with it and then you're we we ended up for reinforce state to get up into me. That is what i perceive is the heart form of mirror neuron working together into santee bangs. O- o- oh my gosh. Wow that's very interesting. So then in terms of you know looking at humans when you're when you're looking at human beings ease they're a good example of i mean i i'm wondering how transfers over the humans is there a way of looking at another human another sentient being and looking into what they're doing without necessarily do what happened with the horses. Spending times humid taking on your trauma. What's a good example or at least some examples of the work you've done when it does go over and humans and you're examining the relationship between what's happening inside of them versus how your causing it okay. So this is where we want to look at Coming into like humidity theories in terms of The oil within the old principal. So the all is mind. We are all the sign. We are all a subset of tiny particles which is just basically told me night. Shaw and then we are. We are All reflections obey shallow but we tend to inao fond of thinking actually downing to actually break his downing two pods which now tried to forms of expression and then we bring in the clarity of correspondence in terms of medic. Falsify is that just a sidelight Utah is part together. Like we're looking at each other and i am made up of subset of traits y'all might up of a subset of traits in what is most important may be more conscious to the way that i'm actually drawn towards your expression but i may will something is like. Oh i get a feeling of energy within sodomy. That goes particularly lock that run out that that particular feeling that emotion that shows up is beautiful feedback mechanism to let you know that that is something that you need a guiding within yourself and sorry about in terms of nightstop it's still showing up being in a holistic component Again like the old in the oil was a correspondence. Rose polarity is that you'll playing the opposite pot in that. So you'll in essence with stu. How does that my accent. So you're demonstrating or your expressing that expression the energy of that trite that i perceive on. Don't have any myself. So i i don't do that. That's not me. It's not who i am. So then we start to label that as either good or bad and it's something that we want to actually remove ourselves from will bring into off if we think that relied on have a won't that ryan We have both ways that she's saying that but in essence of that and understanding that we out will mirror reflections of each other in the holographic universe..

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"mike perception" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

Southern Tomfoolery Plays

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays

"Thursday, so the old life how I set you up for last episode because if you remember I started Asking you to tell me how strong you felt as a party. I don't like how fucking smug you sisters at home. This motherfukers literally steepled his fingers in his office with user and that's true. No, but yeah, like we put we put your newfound strength to the test last episode. Yeah open a little bulb. Well, we're not out of the woods yet or not. We're not even in the watch. We're gonna fucking we're gonna be an asteroid. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now this is Jersey Mike's perception rolls are so low at the said he thinks the forest where the trace yeah, that was that was intense kind of a a sneak almost mini boss fight there. I don't think any of you guys were expecting that even when you first saw the robot. I don't think you realize just how much trouble you were in, Georgia. I mean, it's token makes them get look like a chunky Boyz. Got some beefy arms. Yeah big strong door type arms. Yeah alarm chunga intimidating. However it quickly kind of escalated. And things got dire. I mean Mike you're rarely on the OSHA is Mike going to make it? Spectrum, you know, I mean we joke about it all the time that I'm trying to kill Mike but like Mike is nearly impossible to kill, you know, and my hubris forces me to joke that you're incapable and I I think we might have swayed that argument just a little bit closer to the possibility side. We're still mid-fight, right? That's true. We'll see. Yeah. I've got a little bit more respect for you. I also have a little bit less respect for you so that even though but so Adam what you're saying is this whole combat has been kind of crazy God. We're doing good earlier. I think that was good. I personally I don't because it reinforced. Well, you know how long he's, you know straight laced. We're playing a game with this. What is this eighty six episodes now like girls have you not understood? How do you not get the formula of gold Josh joke it is got For classic Josh, I think it was a huge part of the formula is like, you know like you do. What is it? When you balance each side of the equal sign off was that balance an equation out of the equal sign right now? I'm also good at math. But like I'm a part of that is also me giving him shit about it for eighty six episodes. I'm just saying that is a big push and pull. I mean the listeners think up your gold. So, you're welcome to Thursday. We continue to do this because truly we love it Josh true. Well, I have to do my job here as as the GM of you and give you shit. Every time you give me a I'm supposed to be running you're given the most out of dad jokes on a radio. I think he's particularly set up in this instance to cash it because for the last hole last episode and the in between banter and yep. Really been praising him on like a little bit of subtlety being injected into his jokes and like those are good. That's good one. That's a one. And then he comes out with fucking dicey in a way. They can't all bomb like the ones you guys were praising me for I'm just appreciate your integrity was on a describing that Josh, you know, I I understand what you're going for and you are do succeed most of the time. So I guess the reality is that you've been feeling at your garage the last episode and in between Bender cuz you were actually being funny pretty much kind of horrible. Taste is just inherently better than your good days. It's a deep deep wage of irony. You see so, you know, look, let me give you some praise legitimately here Josh fell for all that. We talked about him being the reluctant hero of the group was their most consistent damage dealer of the fight, you know, and it what it shows to me is that Phil has absolutely At least committed to himself to attempt be part of this this group in in, you know, you're wearing the heavy armor. You have the combat proficiency off from your AI, you know, it's you're in now I guess is the vibe I get from it. Well and I willingly moved fell into melee range. Yeah, I mean Blackjack like squeezed behind it, you know, this giant thing that is pulverizing Mike. You're like, I'll just skirt on by, you know big deal. I got it home. So good good work there. I like what you're doing with Phil and just on the meta-level. We'd be in way worse shape if it wasn't for Fels damage in the last episode. Yeah, you boys been putting in fucking work, right? So Here we go. Now before here we go. I'm taking a shot. Yeah, I deserve one. Yeah, not only that but you're talking about 68 worth of operation from Nanobots. Yes out of here eight. Yeah. Yeah fuk out of here. And the fact that I got down to one HP out of my 62,000 stamina and 162 HP and 104 stamina. Yeah, Lord good host. Here's here's a real kicker before we really get back into it off Adam and you know, I'll take a shot to this if anybody else wants to take shot Along With Me Line John. You got a robot down to one off HP before it did the repair one one atom? You can go ahead and fuck going off with that. This has nothing to do with me off. Yeah, that's true food store. You know, I mean that's oddly like beautiful in a way because both Mike and the robot most got down to one HP. Well, yeah, like forget it. It's it's literally down to the wire bouncing the equation down to the wire. That's good. Yeah, right. It's in the wire wire down to the wire specifically down to yeah. Yeah, you can do better Adam. That was good. It's it's nice. It's a Smith Josh. I will say well that's about as far as I'm willing to go home. I appreciate you about it. But so yeah, we we ended last time on a kind of mean Cliffhanger. So we're going to get back into it off where we left with this mining.

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"mike perception" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Thing in my cheese. You Win Nibiru Roy really different waterfall again. If coaching fuel I'm we're seeing different. Players means will do the lesson which not just work on fixing four hundred technique or a Saturday date necas. Honestly you nervous so we need to deal with how you feel or signed rushing yourself decisively. Almost like trying to everybody detainees easiest thing for coach ability Catch back here wherever. But that's late The worst of important things on our list of things. We need to teach -sition visit goal. You're mentally tactical retainers game under present evidence in Judea the WNBA finals last year. In Shenyang I was a bit nervous about going there because a lot of stuff do is that you know the games do the you implicit learning all that stuff and I was thinking the Chinese Mike Mike. Perception was that just won't ruled. You know they just want repetitions in very disciplined and so on and as I was a bit concerned wouldn't buy into it but they absolutely loving it actually shoes. There's an appetite near for them to work. Different ways and I find as fifty hard sale because I think again. It's one of these things of the Angeles based on what they've seen us like. They want their kids to good lesson. Yes so the playing tennis lessons but never played tennis yet. So I'm working on helping a little bit and say cheese token Which is a good conversation but the the biggest thing was actually can't on by technique. An ongoing book White was. It was appalled me when faced Senate is literally just too good doing a drill when he asked Gordon play at competition. Nightly tennis candidate never had dot Sale for them so tracing if that does change over here because the petition is good here but overall unity to create an. It's almost like it's not to feel That's a tough challenge will be nothing. Anybody can waddles. It'll be fab. Have you seen those videos? You get the Chinese girl into serve volley and she looks like she's we many core inside whatever. That wasn't everyone laments over that all might go and she's amazing. I'm like no that's just rule learning. She's just repeated times It is a side. I am as a four Samuel coach. I just hit give it a slew bowl to the related events like we ability to adapt unless she still bleak denison. Ten years Yeah definitely definitely the. Let's say you've talked about adventures? Let's almost to wrap up by seeing. How do you want the adventure that you're on at the moment? Continue or develop. And do you have any other adventures that you'd like to take off your your wishlist? Think in terms of the cutting Watkins adjoining Marcello they not such a is in such as early stages and I think nurses so much potential for that to improve and until five alone. You know. I'm not suggest help. I think is just one Nassir danger and even was in February the daily beach on getting gingy in semi finals of a big event leading the Ryan brothers. I mean you're living it. Your living doesn't get any better. You know I think as well as fact I'm willing to come to China and maybe there's a possibility trying to have a bit of influence in terms of creating competition. Culture tennis is a game not may be something that can help in grow should equate exciting thing to see and just change. The perception of what tennis is A think terms of involvement in the facial. World's to feel more comfortable being around having done that. Quite of the last year and a half. Two years Not Locally Wimbledon. Sco joining that was very uncomfortable. Regrets and even on the brightest course and you go. You superstars next year. No that's becoming more normal. I think anything I do know only do if I want to. So we'll just be one eventually keeps going Yup. Well this is being net. I knew slightly biased. But I speak about this hours and hours a day. When you get back from China we can catch up. Have a beer at the gallon Hit with Johnny widow as a message. A yet the week before Glasgow we in fifteen minutes on the court and we were doing Janis warm up. It was that you should've seen the statements at the end of it. He's like my guinea pigs. Romelu each he he with all these away ideas. That Louis posses somebody like that this. Not You know fifty yet BASEBA- Still the desire to learn it improve loving. Yeah income will get on the court by well done. I was really gets great job..

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"mike perception" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Rob it. I was like whatever I don't know about all that posted. It and people love that Shit. It's not so much you can do to change the energy level in the frequency level of what's going on those who are taking this time to reflect on the inside and make changes in change frequency Mike Perception. And how are want to let my soul? do what do you know those people you can tell who they are out when you see them those? That are auction. Cnn CNBC and Fox News. Twelve hours a day because their core team Watson to tally immediately. Go the Rochon. And it's all in either one is fine. You know. I've learned a long time ago. The judge at all you know as long as you evolve eventually you know because a lot of the earth was this light this done. You know what chill with my ancestry family tree for a minute because is rock down here. There's a lot of personality. There's a lot of different things. There's a lot of different movements and perspectives and truce. You know in speaking a true is a great boat by cage. That's called lessons in truth. And as a as a unity I had read Unity Ministerial School. Bound into the earth folk raid and literally it helps you see things helps you look through your eyes in a spiritual point of view hundred percent of the time like help you train to see things. That are all in alignment even though in the human this of us you can say. That's not in alignment or that. You see like source in everything all the time. Twenty four seven number disconnected. You know. Let's kind of like a practice practice but it it it blew my mind. I'm sorry I'm getting stuck in the techs ship and that's not my job. I'm not good at it. But we need to were stepping our game up We're GONNA get more interactive in and be able to people really chiming in but On on what? Shana saying you know we. We live all of us. Even me still is advanced as I believe. I am in my growth I stood there. Still there's some. There's there's some conscious idea of who I am. What I'm deserving of because of who I am because what I'm told I was it's still there. I still have to fight those urges We're not we're talking about on one of my groups yesterday. Talking about the suicide rate and you know in in the people are suffering right now. They're suffering they've many ways of suffering. I'm suffering because I'm now a full-time Teacher for To students that are very different grades and Matt Sort. And it's a fucking I mean. Look it's a beautiful thing is. I'm not trying to manage this multiple businesses which.

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"mike perception" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"Bizarre in Cataldi. You know just I think it was. Yesterday I was walking to my local store and I was working down the highest walking down the main road. Because there's no cause around. Have my dog had a rucksack on said to get the food and it was. It was like a Mad Max or something and then this this guy came up to me. I'm keeping his toomey distance and they just looked at me old guy and said what is it and why and Holy Shit is it. Gave me chills? I mean it's just like what was going on so so getting back out again which is cool up see. Stein said at least get some sunshine in song. What is your. What was your impression of or your perception. I guess is what I'm looking for. What was your perception of the virus in and what you're seeing in the media and what the government was saying. What was that before? What is it now and has? It changed all to be honest. I I always saw soul the potential quite early on on this becoming what. It hasn't will probably go on to become like I. I my person in the United. I don't think we've seen at the time of his. Having this conversation. Identity still think. We've seen a fraction of what's going to happen. I mean I would love to think that it isn't going to get any worse but I I personally think is just getting going now. I I'm somebody. I don't pay attention to a lot of media anyway like I don't watch news on television that I certainly don't want that. I mean I would say you know. I can't say I'm news freak. Is I mean I spend time on facebook. That really is just a website of news. Isn't it he just mixed in with a bunch of their opinions? So be not i Mike. Perception of things don't think enough people gave it enough credibility soon enough. I still I still think even now. It seems to be like people that you all you do. See the doen't seem to be necessarily paying time schnorr altering that. Life's thousand any way and I I. I've I just took the approach. The I'm probably somebody fatty healthy and likely I've had it and if I have recovered from it without any you know lasting damages or anything but I'm still. I still think a semi through this. It's not really about ourselves necessarily. I think we will talk to really pay attention to what's going on here so do Yo- paw and play obits to try and slow this whole thing down. I think it's going to get a lot worse. Yeah Yeah Okay I want to. I want to come back on that. After a brief message you need to arm yourself against the State. Thousands of people just like you have already downloaded the an cap cookbook. That's my free book. Which includes twenty-seven ways you can kill taxation dead in its tracks how you can prepare for any Shizuo hits the fan situation and how you can fight government overreach. You can get it for free over and CAP COOKBOOK DOT COM. That's an cap cookbook. Dot Com okay. So welcome back. We're talking to my good friend in Holland about his experience. With a suspected case of Corona virus and the virus As a whole Dini would just saying how you really think we might be on the tip of the iceberg? As far as as far as it's concerned particularly in the circles. The I'm operating in with the Libertarian. People that does seem to be a shift lightly. I know a lot of people initially were like well. This is just a government power play. You know every it's always conspiracy artist. I mean there's always conspiracy theorists the bigger a news story all the more impactful an event world event. The more conspiracies there will be around and I think that's just a natural human reaction as people trying to grapple with and trying process it. You know it's almost like it that con- of happened all that calm be happening. There must be some kind of other reason behind it and I think particularly in today's age if we compare this to something for example like nine eleven the current availability of news. Twenty four seven. I mean pretty much. Every news channel is now twenty four seven the availability of the Internet and people go out and get information but also provide information is is really adding fuel to the fire in in some of these conspiracy theories the one that. I've seen a lot of lately which I'll be doing an absolute on very soon. Is this idea of hospitals. Being empty people are going round and video in hospitals that have been featured in the news is being so-called war zones and the going round and and there's nobody in their interviewing the staff. Natanya really busy and but I think there is a risk that people have given it the the credence that it deserves. Why I'm trying to do and I guess everybody's the same he's just trying to get to the bottom you know. Get to the truth and what I wanted to do by getting you on overseas. Get first hand experience from somebody. That's perhaps had more likely had the virus I've also been interviewing. Medical staff interviewed a nurse on a previous episode this week reaching out to some doctors in the state right now to try and get their opinion on. Because it's very difficult to know who to trust. You know the the government whilst all of this is going on they are passing laws that have very little to do with corona virus. It's almost like it's great. Don't waste an opportunity. One example in the in the states tabling a bill at the moment literally. The police on the on the table thing last week is to get access to end to end encryption. So any messages that you send. Anybody sends facebook twitter watts APP. Currently the government can't access to those right because the companies have them on lockdown. And so well no. We're not you don't have access but they're now tabling a bill that will give them access to that and the choosing to do it now. You know so. There's lots of these kinds of things that are going on. That's just one example in stays as a couple in the UK and some of the countries for example like Hungary just this week passed a law which means they don't. It's like complete martial law. They don't have to abide by any law or constitution and they don't have to listen to is basically just gives them a green card for the government to do whatever they want. Ron and the European Union is obscene arms about the same you know. Don't abuse the situation so I I was. I was kind of the opinion. That is either something really bad. Or it's something. The government is using to pull the wool over. No not pullover is but that using it to pass through things that have been whiting learned in the works. Meanwhile focused on not. They'll do my current opinion that does change sometimes daily depending on what information of Ghana. Who I've spoken to is. It could be both you know right along. These people that are going round hospitals. They're empty. There's nothing going on. A lot of is gearing up. You know people are preparing Zil trucks in New York. All the refrigeration trucks to deal with you know because they've got the they say they're going to run out of space in the morgues and song. I think it's a preparation phase. I don't think it's a you know some people who commit and said you know it's like a Luton completely. They've got all this stuff going on. There's no be using it in a sense. The government can't win because if they didn't have that stuff in place and then it did go. Well why why haven't you? Yeah I mean the the thing that I think is well which really sort of indicates that this this could be more major than some people take. Some people are taking it for is for example the the hospital bound in London they they built in a bounce. Oh yes yeah have you been to that that Senate by the White Excell Excell? Haven't yeah. I went to a Tony. Robbins event now a couple of times but yes a huge huge reader in London and they've they took it and they've converted into a thousand bed hospital right. I kind of think well. If this is some kind of conspiracy why would they even do? It's just kinda crazy. Yeah some people say they have these kind of theories and you know we all look at this and this is why find interesting. We all look through a lens. We come to this from our with our own experience with what we've seen with what we've read what we've been.

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"mike perception" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"Good evening it is nighttime. I can tell that because it's dark outside we've never actually recorded it at an early enough. Our that start outside then that would be disconcerting right. Well never say never very true. I just came back from Trivia night. Yes I understand this something about Bradley Cooper yes The group of guys that I go with We don't normally do well at Trivia night and for some very uncomfortable reason. We did very well. Bradley Cooper Category. I'm sure that you would do quite well. It was about you know well balanced 401k's won't give him refinery fire on your mortgage I can. I could rock. That won anything on on the uses of Excel. Excel anything superhero related. I'm your man. How `bout foresee or teenage son to take a shower. Yeah I failed miserably at that one right evidence as do most other teams but yeah we. We did surprisingly well. Of course again. The Bradley Cooper Category. I'm I'm a little embarrassed to say that we did well at but You know we got a couple of free growers out of so. Oh well you know. Take your winds where you can find him. it's the little things no one's going to be impressed by your win except for you so gotta own it. Oh well it's it's all over our discord channel right now so good for you. Yes yes it's the little things you know my head up. I thank you very much. Yeah we will be hearing about this in two thousand twenty two. Remember that time when we came in second place because Bradley Cooper Lake Rig. No one ever heard you talk about this ever. I'm very proud to take it away from. You can't okay so besides your your endeavor into boring dad drinking night what else is up. That's pretty much it recording. We are recording. Yes of course I everyone. We'll talk about hops now. We will. Well we'll get. We'll get around to hops and drinking a very nice Berliner Weiss. Very Nice Nice. Did they have any any? Serbs to go with it and he syrups. No yes see. That's traditional German. So if you have a blender vice than they typically have Syrup Sugar Syrup made out of Wildlife or raspberry and that is very very treated. That's like the most traditional. Will you can have a berliner vice but I had one last Friday when we were well one. Dan and I were hugging uncomfortably. I recall yes. Yes and they're like. Oh yeah you know get get some syrups with your blender vice said at Delta Beer live here in Madison like Oh great. Y'All have woodruff the guy we don't have that and like I what they're like. No we've got. We've got blue raspberry and watermelon and bubble gum and they had like these moaning syrups that you squish in coffee and I'm just like in a blender rice in front of me and I said I'll have the porter which is funny because that's the second pair that had was the porter I did ended up drinking the berliner vice but yeah so it was like they have the the slushy syrups. There it was it was. They were totally slushy. Syrups just like there was definitely a fruity nece to this and it might have been a raspberry now to it but now that ceased. Oh Yeah Yeah. That'S THE EAST. But they typically put an actual syrup in it because it's quite tart right and so the syrup is supposed to be added to offset the tartness and make a balance. Beer Sensory experience but you know. Alas that's too much to expect from people who put actual bubble gum and dino toenail clippings in their beer now so just I've never seen actual bubblegum and a beer and the that you give those two options in the bubblegum was the one that disturbed me more is really disconcerting. Yeah well because you know brewer beard. Yeast is too passe. Now so got gotta go for something more and more in depth. Yeah little wake up at three. Am thinking about the toenail clippings idea and just oh boy so let's so with all the leded if you're still listening both right. Yeah thanks mom. We've been talking quite a bit about getting in the door. This has come up as a recurring category recurring topic of how you actually get a brewer. To speak to you about. Your House was opened somebody. Who's going to tell me how to do? That can't that that's the hardest thing. It's the hardest thing to be the only thing worse than having no crop at all due to a miserable season is having a huge crop. And you can't get anyone to buy it from you right and not necessarily because bad granted. There's a lot about hops out there and I'm sorry listeners. Some of them belong view but ultimately it's about how you represent yourself. I can't tell you the number of ties every single time. We go to a conference convention wherever it is W- and hop growers. When I have a town hall they WanNa talk about you. Know what. What's your secret till you know selling hops. Like a on dischord. I posted my random pick of the week. Which was I. Don't know a dozen pallets of centennial pellets. Going OFF TO LEINENKUGELS for a couple of years ago and there. Oh my God how? How did you make that sale? I know what I'm talking about. Believe it or not and people that way I That's sure James. You know what you're talking about. You chemist you're this. You're that Mike. Perception is reality. I didn't start off by calling up Dick line and Google and saying hey buy my hops. Because you know they're awesome. No that's not how you start you start by building your reputation and you start by talking to any brewer. That will give you the time of day. But you don't just Yam or on and you don't do it three liters of beer in to your conversation you if you want to be taken seriously you have to act seriously that whole thing and you know if you dress for the job that you want or whatever Dressing how you're presenting yourself. If you WANNA be taken seriously as a serious hop grower you better damn well act like it and you'd better be able to speak to it like you know what the hell you're talking about Absolutely you need to be. You're the expert in your hop yard. You know exactly what's going on there and you should be able to speak that way about it. You're not an expert brewer. And that's okay but you do need to do your research and know what you're walking into you know. I always come back to Dale Carnegie. How to make friends and influence people. There is nothing that people respond to more than the ability to talk about themselves People love to talk about themselves so if you are able to engage in a conversation with brewer and make it about them and what's great about what they're doing and how you can help them then you're part of their story and that's a big big part of this is you know it's not always people get bored of hearing you talk about how great you are but if you can talk about how what you do can compliment what they do so well. Now you've got their attention. Yeah Yeah and and growers need do is just not in hop yard. Growers need to stop thinking about i. Call it the Hammer Nail Syndrome. Where it's like. There's an in front of you. You have a hammer you hit that moves long nail in front of you. There's a hammer you hit it. You gotTa Stop Thinking About Single. Cause single effect and you have to look at your system as a whole whether it's a production system your business system or how you engage with your customer base. There is no easy button. Single one binary answer. You have to do the research you have to put the time in to understand. These brewers as humans. Yes they are humans despite what we like to think. Sometimes they have egos some of them. WanNa be stroke. Some Wannabe rockstars. Aren't some of them. Are Very subdued some very traditional. There's so much homework that you have to do from a sociology perspective. That brewer or a growers neglect doing that and they stumble even when they do get in the door. They're like I A see there's this thing in so I not a full-time girl have another job. It's they just start making excuses for themselves. They start fumbling over the opportunity that is presented to them when the door the gap in the door. When it creeks open. They're not brewers. Aren't open the door and say walk on in their opening the door and they still got the security chain right and and you've got all about three inches and thirty seconds to get them convinced. Open that door a little further. So that's what I think we should focus on. Yep Yep so. We'll talk about today. The the elevator speech idea and the concept behind elevator speech is you are to theoretically you get onto Nella later and the person you're trying to talk to whether it's the CEO of your company or it's the brewer or whoever it is someone that you don't normally have access to you've got thirty seconds as you traverse floors where it's just the two of you and they can't get away that's the beauty of it on. What can you say in thirty seconds to make that first impression in you know we we quote a lot of of silly things here but usually because they're they're true and there is no second chance to make a first impression? So what to you say in those thirty seconds? That boils down to something. That's going to make them to say. You know what I will talk to you again. I will engage in this conversation further. Yep exactly so that. That's the that's what an elevator speeches. That's why they call it an elevator speech. It's very quickly introduce who you are what you're offering. What problem you want to solve for the brewer. And you've got to be careful with that with that problem because you don't want to imply there is a problem. But what can you do to to make things better for them? You've got a series and it's not just a elevator speech you don't have one can speech. What what it really comes down to is. You need to be confident enough and focused enough to be able to explain yourself in the very most basic yet descriptive way in thirty seconds or less and people like Oh my God. That's high pressure. You Know I. I don't know if I can do that while you. It's not a question of not knowing whether you can do it or not. You have to write and as as Greg as you and I were chain exchanging notes today about this topic. I said you know I. We talked about why it is that you need one of these things and which I think we covered but then I said you know one of my point was like it's sort of like dating profile where it's like. Here's my head shot and here. Are these my turn onto my turn? Offs and Blah Blah Blah and. That's all the all the more information you get to give to somebody to impress them. That's like the worst case scenario. Were you don't know who the person is. That is assessing you but in this case in cylinder. You're you so you have the opportunity to do your homework. About who are they are? They focused on traditional beer styles. Are they all about beer? Abominations full of brewer beard Yeast Antonio Clippings and and and Hayes. Epa's which I think are all the same thing anyway or are you dealing with you know. Hipster Rockstar brewers are you who is it that you're dealing with that's going to craft how you deliver that thirty seconds of this is who I am..

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"mike perception" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

Keep Bleeding Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Keep Bleeding Podcast

"Just it been a long time. I've been racing along time. Like he'd ever get sick a winning right but I was just like semi got bored with it. That happens not feeling any of the feeling of writing nor cycle gas. I got bored. The results are Mike Perception of what the results would or were not going to be understand. I mean that's why I stopped one contest. I just didn't I was like I'm here for this reason. If this isn't having the night began to be here do we always fight for this level of newness lights right and then if I think that to be a child and back to like what? My kids are getting to experience. Or what they're experiencing. Now it's like everything new to them is fucking amazing of Radisson. You remember that everything people tell me what you could go back twenty years. Would you say every place on the planet was new? I would want to go back and experienced things brand new again. Yeah I would no knowledge of it. I don't want I need someone like you want to go back and take all the knowledge you have now. It's like no hope non-experts ill yet ruined it yet. You probably be rich. Yeah Yeah you're right basing decisions. Yeah but you wouldn't enjoy life. Would we'll just think about if you had a chunk of money versus gives you know. Take all my delon's fucking burning Mike. Wealth Kids Young. That wasn't thing but it you don't trade it off to be fifteen again and get to experience everything again. That's what life is in a second. If you normal people understand that but I also think that I mean I I love you and I and this is no indication of how tough things were. How hard you work because I. This is doesn't but we've been pretty lucky to have pretty lives that we serve drip. We we've been able to to navigate. We've been the driver seat him. Our own lives from which most tones from a lot of different perspectives. Not just you know it opportunity but also like what we've done with their bodies in the fact that we are still fully functional beings noted many times as I did my head your head. You know all the people that we know that radical shit if it had to know that our brains scrambled my legs and my hands if they don't work as good as the east you but as as people because I mean I I I have so many. We all have injuries It would take to administer straight list all events and I know people look me let. Why would you do that like they look at it? And they're like would never.

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"mike perception" Discussed on Cork Talk

Cork Talk

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"mike perception" Discussed on Cork Talk

"Nothing's action stone in terms that we. We've CASSANDRA racy shortening. We did what are they super. Do Dancing pretty much. Every style of sparkling wine from traditional method to the the pedal and natural and force carbonation. And so the we've done all of the big four her techniques making sparkling wine and the reason we choose any particular. One is dependent on. The grapes dependent dependent on the year. And the non. Our energy counting sometimes doing a traditional method sparkling wine might have to hand manipulate that bottle of wine fifty two times which is a lot when you can do another style of sparkling wine much less labor intensive and that not just trying to make a fun motto line. I think it also is kind of intuitive part. A lot to me a lot of the wines. These are men decided on at the crush. Pat Grapes off at the end of the year delivered. You see them you take them. You do chemistry. What can this be? Sometimes you don't quite know what it's going to be in the vineyard or what you really want. Maybe this end of the day the grapes show up. What are they? What can I do? Let's do let's do Petma- stu solid barely edged something. So so very much is based on. Wouldn't find the job and since not all state grapes. We have that flexibility that when we're out looking at vineyards during the growing season trying to decide what's going to be available. What do we like? What don't we like you know? It's another opportunity to utilize grapes if somebody's growing in a way. That might not have thought of before but just having that kind of ultimate flexibility not only in great choices this great styles. I guess is nice and we're never went to a particular. We have to have certain grapes every year. And we want our tasting list are our wine profile. Whatever to be exactly the same every year so that kind of makes people a little crazy because we don't have the same winds from year to year but and we really are trying to utilize the grapes in the best way? Possible and source the best grapes that we can every year. So we're willing to be a little bit unorthodox or flexible and dropout a blender. Great because it's just not really there in terms of quality or quantity sometimes whatever but it's nice to be able to do a variety of things. We're fortunate that Sean does have the skill expertise to do things like sparkling wines because because it is a real challenge you know takes a lot of experience and knowledge to do it properly you get. So what would you say. This is always the toughest freshens. What would you say? Is your favorite mine either currently lists for all time they made one of the head here you can you answer first release right now. I mean the super proud and not that we are getting different. found some grapes and The turnovers that's all but two thousand sixteen re fire stairs unreleased yet. Is it right. It's only standard then finished left by the time already to relieve acute taken at home. But Burgess Vision. That I think is really tasty excited but yeah it's it just just turn out bound the point in time. It's really good right now. I don't know that's the weird thing about why to it. Changes good and I don't know that I have favorite or all time favorite. I mean I I like I'm very in the moment was my wine preference and so what I think is the best thing I've ever drawn on Monday. Sunday may not be the same the next day and I you know I'm pretty food oriented with mine too so you have something that s. like this is a so good suspect thing I've ever had. And I'm a little mercurial. I guess in fickle but I you know it it does change a lot and you know season whenever but ring affiars pretty just across. The board has always been pretty solid. And I'm a Chardonnay Lover. I've always I really like Chardonnay. Always have and when we when we had our state vineyard with Chardonnay. Sean put out some pretty solid loyd delicious chardonnays and when we can source good Chardonnay when we actually have a chardonnay. They'll come out in January that we purchased from a local vineyard right. And it's really nice. I'm really looking forward to that. But so those are probably my. I had a favor. If I really had to choose I would say the ring of Fire Are Chardonnays Moon Times just to add amid a pink lady cider. That just turned out really nice. It was just. It was just a particular particular batches of apples now again. He didn't make it any different than you do. Another batch for the most part you know did use a different Easter different filter pad. It was really good apples and And after we say on that I completely forgot about sparkling wine but I really like sparkling wine so I could that would be like choosing one of my children I like sparkling wine so any of the sparkling harkening wines. It'd be up there with among my favorites today. It's going to those funds crazy but it was especially with the pairing. Yes that was the move. Well we had a sparkling event today today the bunch of our sparkling wines and some guests lines and one of the things that I was pedal natural cheaper dough with peanut butter and Raspberry Jelly and it was delightful was just that was a shocker. Yeah I mean and if you you haven't tried it you need to try to find a great pet nat- or sparkling wine peanut butter and Jelly life-changing really nice the surprising about singer and yeah and then the sand we have a traditional method. Sandra rose as sparkling wine and I paired it with just kind of North Carolina. Barbecue McHugh with an Arkansas sauce on it but just had that everything you want and pairing the fatness of the pork doc and the spice in this the sauce paired with that Sandy Abassi was just really good so again grab some barbecue and your favorite sparkling wine and try. It's this really really sunny welker. Souissa think outside the box a little. So what would be. Smith said he would get someone who might be interested in. Starting your winery or siree or son you have to love it. You have to be willing to work really hard You better love hard work in a lot of money farmer. You know your farmer your arm it takes us crop and hard work with you. Better Love Grapes and their love. The challenges the particularly challenging crop to grow. It's not it's not. Hey it's not soybeans hornets. We're will little fruits that are cranky. Thank you don't like him grow. Sometimes you know and that's just the grapes. You know you gotTa pick up. It's hot weather. It's better low choon you too. Yeah and obviously we must love it because we've been doing it forever now but just keep your is open. Be Aware Industry. You're getting into because there are some really great things about it but it is challenging and you have to wear a lot of hats SIP era especially if you're a smaller dollar winery and vineyard but you know those hats. Are there nice ones. My Dad always said something is definitely. He was soon to tell you. Check with your psychologists. I do it for the right reasons. So were you move the future. That's that's a that's an interesting question because that's the question is bending asked about about the wine industry in general around the world like what's the future holding him. I don't know it's it's it's still a little wild west yet here. If you ask me I grew up in Washington state and saw the Industry started and then faded and then took off liking busters and who would have ever thought that there and Oregon kind of the same thing so North Carolina and Mike Perception is still in those early early stages you just so you know. It's it's got potential. It's got its challenges for sure but I think a lot of regions have challenges as well and I think the people that are. You're part of the industry. Just need to keep plugging away being supportive of the industry. They're in and you know and be awesome to have a lot of people out there supporting being the North Carolina Wind Industry and understanding what we're all about and we've.

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"mike perception" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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13:27 min | 2 years ago

"mike perception" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Here to talk about today we're talking about why is it recommended having alignment yearly so things change on a vehicle and they need to be inspected in realigned in today in the pot holes here in San Diego don't help a lot either nope not at all hard knock things out quickly anyway before we get going on this let's grab our Rory in San Diego real quick good morning Leri alright good morning how are you today okay thanks what's got don't look the twenty thirteen Ford explorer and I wanted to have her trainees who checked and I'm not I'm not I'm Indian guy so that's why I'm calling you I don't want to know is either a check because version sure I could get into a shop and have them check it you don't a hundred and twenty five thousand miles on it now so I haven't checked yeah you truly cannot take that transmits flow without reason that vehicle in the air there is the dipstick on it so he asked to be checked through a little port that we have to take out a little plug in and you want to make sure be careful that too because if it's done right we see many of those get stripped right Kevin that and also if you gotta have a pouring out I mean they can't dislike drip out it has to actually pour out of there for to be full yeah on the vehicle has to be warmed into operating conditions up to temperature and all that so there's quite a few things that need to be done is far as that to make sure and verify the proper level on that car they don't make it easy anymore so Mike so just get it in and get it checked by somebody that definitely are has done it before and knows a lot about it because I need to be done right and we don't and we see a lot of those have been chapter or somebody's mastered with a plug in and has rounded off because a very small like eight millimeter little plug so okay millimeter yeah and they're easy to round off well be careful with him it's a Torx headed minutes Loctite it in there so yeah it's easy to strip out okay all the time yes absolutely without question okay great those were in your shop yeah let us know we'll be happy to get a check for you help you out right great thanks guys have a great day you too thanks to less and have a wonderful safe we can take care now bye bye thank so anyway great question as far as those because we see stripped out all the time right yeah it and it's like well we can't really then we got to replace the whole plug assembly and all that they are available but still it's a cost you really don't want to have to go through unless you need to sell out one of those things for sure let's see let's the grab Mike and Connie's got a break issue come morning Mike eight good morning guys thanks for taking my call from I got a two thousand two Nissan frontier about a hundred seventy six thousand miles on it I've had about three years I think Mike perception though over the past year is the brake performance is gone down a little bit mostly in the in the pedal there I'm I like a high hard petals and this one's got it's got to be elect little spongy at lower but I took it in last month to my mechanic what good scene for fifteen years love and they did tune up in a trance service and I asked him to check the brakes and stuff and they said they they came back we said Mike you're eighty percent all the way around well you know I'd still like the panel so that these are what we can adjust the all the rear drums air and the doubts about yet but the thing is I got right down this one steep hill once a week here and frankly I'm scared at all because I don't think separate performance here so I'm thinking I need a second opinion and I was wondering if like is there a way to do like a deeper dive in checking the master cylinder or something like that maybe my mechanic I think if he said it he probably would have told me that all my yet but I just would use so well I mean there is ways to you we can do brake pressure test and all that make sure nothing's fading out but when you see the pedals lowered to did did you said it's a Nissan frontier right yes okay what year again was it again thousand two okay so it is rear drum brakes after they're not clean and adjusted properly you will start to get a lower petal the other thing is if the brake fluid to hasn't been exchanged we start to get contamination in it and you can and it can actually get high moisture content and change the feel of the pedal so sometimes I recommend a flush on the break flow with new brake fluid clean and adjust the rear brakes I don't know what eighty percent means Mike because addicted measuring the pads of New York in the drums yeah I I understand that but we do it all by millimeters for a reason Brett had start out at all different age you start out at all different thicknesses depending on the manufacturer so all I can tell you is if you have more than one two millimeter on the rear brake shoes and you have more than four millimeter on the front brake pads then we're doing fine still but that's why we use maisonette because everybody's estimate on eighty percent is seventy percent sixty percent of all different that's why we don't use percentages normal but regardless what he's telling you as there is enough brake pad on there that that there's no concern or issue so I I would love a good clean image Johnson adjusted properly flush out the brake fluid you know was not a bad idea it's been quite a long time and you know you should be in good order take a good visual look make sure nothing see being a leaking when you clean and just a really appalled the drums and they'll pull back to little boots on the wheel cylinders make sure they're not leaking any fluid out because they can give you a little weird feeling after starting to seep or leak and and just just a real qualified inspection on important off all often in the just everything okay so like if I bring it into your shop on a Monday morning here how do I transmit that information there you know you know like I I don't like to feel the pedal there either you know I do I do that's the thing I can probably I can't figure out how to talk in the technology says to Europe people over there well to Chris it which is stuck in whose you who you be talked to Selena Hey the pedal seems low and not as firm as normal you know I need a really good brake inspection on this I want to just make sure that everything's in good working order many are also tell him if he has any questions because I fully understand what you're saying right now he can he can give me a call and I'll be happy to explain it to him but doctor kill he'll understand you he he he is if you explain it just the way you did to me he's going to come up with the same conclusion you know that I did Hey let's do a really great inspection see were rat see if the brakes need to be cleaned and adjusted spool pull back all the little wheel cylinder boots in the back and check to make sure there's no leaks and take a good look at the quality of the brake fluid and brake pads and all that all right right thanks a lot there no problem I'm happy to help you out any time we can you have a wonderful safe weekend same to you take care bye bye so great questions when it comes to brakes to see a lot of that you know just at it two things because when the pads because you'd like you said you don't know what eighty percent as I don't know about it now but as the pads even where my car because the the piston always pushed back for that the more plates got in there in this they're the pads get I can feel it in mind go down a little bit so who knows where his pads are I mean only them guys looked at it now so the card is only retract back so far though yeah but you know what even the special mice could we have the one car we have the Saturn and you know what that one I can really start to tell when the brake pads are getting loaded because I do get more play in the battle well I think not only that but the the pads run hotter to when they get there and it affects the breaking qualities if there's if there's water in there too and I felt that the flow in the liquid yeah when we take that little boil specially because he was talking about going down a hill it'll boil because the moisture in there get hot metal boil in the high drama capabilities of the fluid then start to dissipate yes our good inspection and that start off would be a good way to I mean that's a good that's a good way to start it is a great way to to start just make sure everything's good and clean adjusted to because I just brakes rear brakes that'll make the pedal like that too if you're a yeah and if it's not done properly you can burn up breaks are you yeah I can become an issue because especially on the on the drum brakes the springs does pull it back so if in that it just takes more fluid the thought that's older than so it does does alright folks one eight hundred seven six okay if it be one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two anything automotive related we're happy to talk to you about in some great questions so far this morning let's go to a friend of just a real quick good morning Fran good morning I am hi Kevin hi yeah Brian okay a very yeah I'm glad you mentioned that Fran so the one gentleman the emails with me sometimes he he mailed me a name tag that says west automotive group Gary on it that's an open I was like what the heck is this so I have it sitting on my desk in I meant to mention it so Hey man they thanks for sending that to me I appreciate that I'm going to wear it proudly every day I'm on the radio so they're gonna October is what's happening and why I called today because and your last caller ties into what I wanted to call about a couple weeks ago of course I got sick and as you can tell by my voice I I and had to cancel an appointment and I had made for my break John and I found out that day went to another one of your facilities and Matt took his place so I finally got Dennis to get the extension there is one now I get to go to work and getting it together quite mad really great and so I did dealership had told me when I went for and change that the and they do the rotating the tires and they said it's time to get your break down so they gave me an estimate everything and one of the things they said on it was that I had either rotor or drums so I asked the young lady who is my rap I said well which one do I have to I have rotor or drug and she says I don't know it's going down me away also I said I I see that there's no changing of the brake fluids I said do you do that she says if you want it and I thought oh Kate so then I said okay going and that's when I made the appointment with you guys and that was very helpful he said about the brake fluid you have the tests that you do to check the moisture content in it which didn't tell me any of that and that made me I'm only going to have my oil changed at the dealership and everything else you guys are going to do is so I brought it in on Tuesday and your facility is really really nice if anybody has gone please do because it's clean it's nice it's very you take people to where you normally I would have gone to the mall you take me there but not feeling good I had Alex who is a delight she is really very sweet and we had another lady with us and the three of us I don't know if it's because we were three women but we were just laughing our heads off the whole way and both of us lived in the same area and the Matt did the did get the brake job and everything found out that there was no need to change the poet because there was no more secure in it and I really feel comfortable with you guys doing it especially your triple a certified and it's just really very very nice place to take your car so I suggest is specially women can be told a lot of things and we don't know the difference it's refreshing to have a place that you can trust and bring your car to I so appreciate your comments friend and and and I can and not only that but look at Alice I mean she was just really engaging and very very nice to talk to you and then when she came to pick me up the same thing and we just it's a it's a nice facility and and women should go and see advice from you and have work done there thank you we are we appreciate everything that you have to say about us and and we really appreciate you being a customer and and allowing us to take care of you and and women and men both can come now we have a man you know it's not it's not like it used to be where you could go under the engine and a lot of times you can just run the motor and tell what's wrong now everything is electronic so that for a lot of man it's you know it's so they got enough to do in their lives so it's it's nice to take in a place where you can trust and feel comfortable absolutely I fully agree with him that's how we've built the whole company and and that's how we want folks to feel like they're part of the family and that were hand and I I feel like I'm part of your family so I wanna get with before I want to wish you a happy new year and really a great and prosperous run from both of you say your friend we really appreciate you and and I.

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"mike perception" Discussed on PLUGGEDIN

PLUGGEDIN

15:26 min | 2 years ago

"mike perception" Discussed on PLUGGEDIN

"Was very captivated activated by the vision and I loved the idea of working with these individual investors to get their voice out take other investors. I was much less confident. In how you monetize this and create the drive through business. And that's where I think David David in our initial sees investors were visionaries far beyond what I was able to contribute in that. This is a viable business. Not just a fun. Yeah so so I loved the concept. I love the community. Soggy engagement bit to meet was completely unclear. How long it takes that turns it into a business and I think you know David and our investors had a much stronger sense of yet? Not only is this something will engage users and create a very large investment community around it. But there's real opportunity to train this into a business that can be beneficial both to to investors inside the company and investors in the stock market. And until we were you came here you were on the content side correct and I was I I you know I I've been. I was on the content side for close to a decade. That's remain sort of my key. Area passionate conscious person. Even before during seeking Alpha I used to write a weekly newsletter. Nothing related to investment related to The Bible Studies and so I've always been very much a Clinton ten percent that was our captivated me and to some extent even a CEO. That's been an area of focus beyond running the company where I continue to view one one of my key contributions and just You know and passionate about got it so you know I I I WANNA talk a second company with your background Akron Right and so the tech community now more than ever as a lot more people from the hurry in for my listeners. As more the ultra Orthodox Orthodox commute the city in New York. Where a lot of my own inches from you know in Israel? There's a very emphasis trying to get involved right. You'll get with your background. Being a little bit more diverse you know were people receptive were they. Nervous didn't like the they just didn't know you you know what was it this came in. ID my work. And just you know was great. So I remember when I interviewed from my position seeping Alpha before exchanging emails entering in an. I'm nervous about this question because I had come from Royston here and it was like kind of. I don't know how you're going to think about. I'm afraid I dress differently. I look differently than average guy and so the person who is intervening intrigue me who who is still a very close. You're much of you know. His name is Nick. Nick Weinstein I said to him I want you know I'm for eighty. I hope you're okay with that. And he said complete nine issue. I don't you know if we were equal. Equal Opportunity employer makes no difference to me whatsoever. you know in DC hyphen. John spot so I was nervous about it. I'd say two things first of all the bottom line is in the the thirteen plus years. I don't see Alpha. I can't think of any instances in which that's in any way been issue so to your question it's been a complete non issue Not only in Israel been in North America as well. It's it's all about who you are and what you do business people. Are you know to the greatest center. I understand it they. They don't stand ceremony on how you dress or what religion you are as as long as you. Don't try to impose them on them. If that is we know the second thing I would say is I don't know to what extent that's due to the fact that I'm I would say hyper aware the possibility that people feel uncomfortable. So one of the things I discussed with my wife when when I joined the company allies for me to be successful I I need to break barriers. That's how I thought I don't know because I don't know ultimately have the person on the other end receiving Enfield's but for me was very important that you know we feel superior so whether that means having a management team around me that is is equal opportunity male female email Joo Dong Joo straight or non straight and none of. That's ever been the issue and I've been very explicit about that the whole time and so perhaps perhaps that's contributed to the fact that people never felt as barrier. I don't know but the bottom line is I've yet to gone to go to a single meeting eating in Israel or in New York or in the west coast etcetera with ever been an issue where people were Mike Perceptions ever been people felt I don't know how to deal with an ultra orthodox CEO of Orthodox VP content. That's out of my out of my realm of understanding so one question which is a way from seek Alford second you feel in your community that people look to you as saying well or do you feel. Responsibility wants ability to lead to lead by example. You saw that that pressure or that if it is pressure Do you feel that is these are on you and you know I am who I am and I don't really feel that but if people want to take that out of it's been great I think more of the loud of the formerly I I I. I'm underweight my early influence people's opinion but at the same time I think You know to give an example. I was on the bus on the way home last night and sat down next to a young a young adults he was probably about eighteen and he was kind look more my shoulder for 'em tendon and sort of struck up a conversation with he said you know it's I'm quite surprised I'm not used to seeing in somebody who's ultra-orthodox but at the same time you know is touch typing on a MAC book a corresponding. I don't know exactly what you do but it seems is really cool and I said thank you for the compliment I'm describing what ideal and he was like. Wow that's really pretty. Cool breeze types. Yeah that's really cool. You know my I come from a fairly Orthodox family. I would not have expected to see this. You've now a change. My perception of of the sort of the offshore with actually they can integrate themselves since the workforce Xetra and so I don't view myself as a visionary visionary or is somebody that's necessary propellant that at the same time it makes me very happy if people sometimes say that away. I hear that. So we'll get back so in one of the things that you know since you've been into for such a long time. How has the culture changed from the time when you started and now as a CEO? Oh the culture that you started with in the culture that you have to emmy. Writers of everything disseminates it goes goes down the trickle effect them so it's also interesting that David still here right. It's not usually bring a new CEO. The Old CEO Dispenser Move On right for David is still involved with the company on and you know so. What did you see that when you became that all of a sudden you wanted with the shift? The dynamics bit make it a little bit more shipping your style. Since I definitely yes I mean. You can't lead from the front at unless you you you take an opinion things every human being is going to be different but how one leads so first of all. Just factually David. David David our founder of the company for two years and then came back so there was an extended period of time which he wasn't inside the government even subsequently eh we work extremely closely together it at times I describe ourselves as co CEOS. Because he's you know he's the founder and and he's got the vision which I really respect about what seeking off the is and in Delaware. It's potential is at the same time. I think it's important before the team from place to have a single source of cultural single-source revisionists who what we stand for Central and so I take that that I'm serious I'm is something that is challenging. I think I wouldn't be the only co say that the building culture is not simplistic. Mystic is not a bullet list of these things we stand for getting people to to feel enthusiastic about what they do get into feel. They're part of something that they really believe in is is challenging but at the same time very rewarding and so it's something that I try eight to invest in regularly and yeah teach your question. I think it's shifted somewhat overtime. Never to the point where David knife misaligned about it. But we're going to have our own way of articulating it. We're GONNA have our only a executing on that vision where that tastes as a company and so yeah I think the has changed with with my viewership in the company You know because I need to be able to to articulate relate that no way that feels organic fit to me as opposed to trying to assert somebody else's agenda got it and you know so in terms of you know just a little bit about this. Is the revenue model right. So you know we spoke about it a little bit before he touched upon it But what is the the revenue model now is is it subscription based Is it research based how how does how do you please make money. And they said so. So I'll start with you. Know from the big picture facts right now. We're about one third third AD sales that number of shifting so so you know the new subscription part of revenues is growing relatives than Astles ad sales part of revenue And that's something that makes me proud is not as either add revenue shrinking. In fact we have aspirations the growth ad revenue. I'm really proud of the subscription revenue parts and I feel it's it's closely aligned with delivering our users because when users say unhappy unhappy to pay you for what you give me that gives you a mandate to deliver them superior experiences whereas if you're trying to pay your bills builds only by selling your users eyeballs advertisers. It's less clear where that alignment is and having made that shift. I think is very important taken off. There's obviously a broader macro environment a lot of people's to speak about the fact that you know facebook and Google or eating. The lion share of admirable. I think that's correct. I think within these publishers slightly less pregnancy counseling probably true. We cater to specific audience worth very intent intentional investors. But at the same time I think there is truth to the broader narrative. Never we've intentionally made that shift judge To to move more of our focus and therefore our gross creativity into what do we have. It's unique to you can out for this very valuable to invest. They pay us for and so you know that will that has brought over. The past couple of years is now third. I anticipate within the next two years. Here's it'll be fifty percent revenue got and so what were some of the challenges that came in and see always like you know the biggest challenge we were. We burn money so so so so you came in at a time I would now and what did you. What was your solution right? This is that this is the anytime you're burning money and again depending how long you've been in business. It's not a good thing you know. Earning money at the time so my solution was pretty simple. We have to stop very wrong. We have we have the foundation to be a profitable business. We should hold ourselves to run the business profitably in order to be able to fund our own growth and so both the company's focus on insurance that we are profitable rather than bring money and brought in the management team to facilitate that. I thought I was the number one trailer for the company I'm we. I did not relish the thought of a raising money. We haven't raised money. I came into in two thousand fifteen hadn't raised money since two thousand nine. I was nine of us that are trying to raise money in that type of environment. I miss ascended. Were beginning to do and how we can focus resources today. It's beginning two thousand sixteen. I put us on a path. Dinning of two thousand eighteen. We would be profitable growth and it was. It was tough but that was the biggest challenge it did you. Did you see when you came in your burning money. Did you OUGHTA people. They tend to. Okay let's salaries are by far the the most most expensive part or any business. Did you have to lay off people or did you say okay. We're GONNA it's GonNa whether the storm we're going to you know kind our budget more and keep everybody on and get have the plan in place where like you said two thousand eighteen. We start running in the black. It was to prompt. And I'm we we we into early. Two Thousand Sixteen we cut some people There were different opinions. Particularly our best. Is How aggressively should do that. My opinion was we have to find the sweet spot. Because if you to aggressively then you also cut your revenue generating tangible and so yes. You can manage that cost base but you'll you'll just shrink than the top line in order to get there and so I i. I felt we had to come up with the solution that that that was sort of borrowing. Call eight modest cost reduction enough to ensure that we haven't resolved face to to build a profitable business but at the same time didn't mean we were in. You know we were sort of overspending and it's risky right because you get that wrong and not everybody necessarily therapy on from an investor's agreed to the approach that I took thankfully did play out in exactly the way anticipated in which is that we made some cuts we also so if we also invested in some areas because I felt I'm for example that we at the time had not spent enough time mine. -tising our mobile APP. You should provide a small example and so what are we going to do to.

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"mike perception" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"mike perception" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In panelists us there's been a lot of talk about division in this country. And some people would argue we're really not as divided as it seems, but others are saying, well, there's a lot of indicators out there. That show a real split. I can give you a couple of examples right now. And this is this is using politics, specifically most states now in the United States are under single party control, meaning the state legislature, the governor, all of the same, by the way, that's Arizona Republican governor. We have a Republican state Senate, Republican state house. Now, we do have some Democrats in state office. But even that was a little unusual in the in the last election, the prior to that it was all ours. But you can look at Alabama. Alabama. Through its legislature. And governor has been passing very restrictive abortion laws. Right. These have widespread support amongst the Republican controlled politicians in that state. You're seeing that in the our states. No. How about we go to a story we talked about yesterday, California, a state controlled by the DS, right? You had a proposal and they're working on signing it into law. This week this week a law that would extend health insurance or health benefits to people in the country illegally. The argument being that we are not melding. We are not compromising there is no middle ground. We're going to extremes. So when you look at the, the fifty state legislatures, yes, you have won, only one where one party has the Senate, and one party has the house. And that's Minnesota, Minnesota's only one government basically. And so what you are getting. Are more of the extremes which wasn't always the case? I mean you can have. You know, a state ran by a particular party but in years pass or maybe decades past the parties would still work together. There would be some sort of compromise negotiations going on one party would win out with more in, in the plus column. But it wasn't so one-sided. I this may be perception. I can't say this is reality. But Mike perception is that we've always had this are versus de on a national level the congress of the United States, the presidency. Right. But that, that are versus de contentiousness has made it all the way down to state and local levels. Now we're the same we're before you running as an are or a d for a local office wasn't that important? Now you have to take on the policies of whatever the national are India. Degree. I think Arizona is a bit of an exception there, because what you were seeing in this last midterm election was for the most part, people voting a party up and down the ballot rights restraint party line. Okay. But here in Arizona, we didn't see that we saw for the first time Democrats taking over state positions positions that they hadn't had for a while. This I remember when you do the what do you call it the goal all the ballots, the post mortem, if you will that the reason that cure Ston, cinema won the Senate race was from people who voted for governor Ducey, the Republican for governor, but voted for her the democrat for Senate. I mean that, that makes us odd. I gotta tell you. I mean in this day and age in Arizona. We are we're bucking a little bit of that trend of going. Single-party rule and going down that path. I mean Arizona is changing. There's no doubt about Arizona. Zeffirelli is chain changing Democrats here, one more seats in the house. Then they did since the sixties, it's still controlled by Republicans. The governorship, it's still an are. So that's not different. But hey, we've got one democratic Senator right now we have another Senate vote, another Senate election coming up, which is going to be a tight race. It's like most races in Zona are going to be kind of tight, that may inoculate us, though, against some of these laws, which you could argue extreme on either side, left or right? Because it's going to be hard to get those laws through with such a an electric that's in play. But how long does that hold true, not necessarily in Arizona, but, but particularly in some other states because you also gotta take a look at what happened in the mid term election. You prior to that hod Republicans in. Control of the executive branch as well as both chambers of congress. Right. It was Republican down and. People didn't like what was that? There wasn't a check on. The president is yes. So that's where we saw house Lou wave, you know, in the house flipped to Democrats in the granted, I know that there were more a lot going on. There's, there's a lot that goes into that. But just kind of keep it simple. I think people wanted a check in balance on the president. Hence the reason why we now have a split party in congress on a state level that to the same, same little people talking about balanced government, the state of Zona. Gee, we need, I don't hear the conversation. I don't know if you hear that conversation taking place. But I think if you look at some of the underlying issues that the state is facing, I think having that split, maybe something that comes down the pipe a little bit later on because just recently. I mean just look at what we've been talking about for the last couple of weeks. We're talking about the tariffs. Right. The tariffs that the president says he wants to impose. On Mexican goods coming into AirAsia. We know that that would dramatically hurt. Arizona Senator Martha mcsally took a stance opposing the president's tariffs saying how they would Kurt Amazon. She got caught onto the carpet by Republicans that, but I think the more moderates in Arizona say thank you Senator mcsally for protecting small businesses, protecting the Arizona taxpayer does that play. Well, for her coming up in twenty twenty zone is always been a bit of a maverick state now to, to steal from John McCain, Senator McCain's thing, and maybe being a maverick these days and being independent means.

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"mike perception" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

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"mike perception" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"At you get off the plane, there's no air conditioned jet white. They they Rowley steps up to the plane and you go right down onto the hot term act of the runway. And so immediately you're hit with this heat in this wind in the sun is beating down 'cause the flights. Always get out twelve thirty midday, and I would just feel like this lower. That was. Withering shrinking, and I could feel like every bit of confidence go out of my body. And so when I went there eighty nine I decided, you know, I have to I have to work with this environment as opposed to trying to be in competition to it. You know, it was sort of like. If you're if I been trying to be stronger than this energy in there's no way it's like being stronger than a lot of lava flow or stronger and a thirty mile an hour wind. There's no what you have to just sort of surrender to it. This is what it's going to be and try to not try to avoid it or make it anything different than it is. So funny, you say surrender because all right. So I used to hang out with three guys, and they did tries all the time. Okay. And shout out to Carlos Dave, and Sean, and I was I was the fourth guy who refused to compete. You know? I was just like you guys are crazy. And they were and so are you by the way, I'm just letting you know, okay, anybody who watches anybody who watches a triathlon. Triathlon took compliment he should complement because he knows his true crazy. They're seriously crazy. So triathletes are people who don't know what torture is they call torture tickling. And they think they're being tickled when they're being tortured. And so this is what I learned from hanging with these three guys. So you realized you're. Mental aspect to this is what I want to do. I know the parameters of where I am. And then you go back into your training. Did you do the sing you hear a lot of people say I trained harder the night compete. So as when I compete, it's more comfortable for me. Or did you find another way to solve this particular puzzles that you say I like that I trained harder than I compete. Yeah. Actually, that's that's what I did in a sense like in in my hard workouts? I always tried to make some element of harder than that element would be in the race. If I had to go certain speed, I would do workouts where I would go faster than that that that speed. So that when I'm in the race, even a training day or training workout is not going to be as long as I are mad at anyone point. I knew my body knew Mike perception, what was going on new that. This is not my top speed. You know, when I had I would look at the curse course profile NC how steep hills were. And then I would do climbs that were either steeper or longer than but I would come across in the race. So the race. It's like, yeah. It's hard. But I did elements at announced in this element in harder situation in training. And I did I did a lot of my training in heat. So that it's like, okay..

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