35 Burst results for "Miller"

No. 4 TCU finishes undefeated regular season with 62-14 rout

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

No. 4 TCU finishes undefeated regular season with 62-14 rout

"Number four TCU completed undefeated regular season at 12 with a 62 14 romp over Iowa state. TCU coach sunny Dyke says his team made a statement with their unblemished season. Be able to win the road games that we did, you know, to grind through some of the tough wins. We had to grind through. You know, I think shows that we have a good football team. Max duggan through for 212 yards and three touchdowns, Kendra Miller ran for two other scores and TCU's defense forced three turnovers converted them into 21 points. Bob Stephens, Fort Worth, Texas.

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Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

Crypto Current

01:25 min | Last week

Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

"I'm Stephen Miller and you were watching the aftershock the shore we bring you the latest and greatest from the world of web three. And while I know it may not seem like it's the greatest lately, we're still here to keep you updated on everything going on in the markets so that you can be an informed investor participant or builder. Of course, I am joined every single Wednesday here on the aftershock with my co host Richard Richard how are you today? You know, hanging in there. I had the opportunity to go to the Texas blockchain summit in Austin last week and I felt really good about the conversations around what's to come next because unfortunately with everything that just happened with FTX regulation is inevitable. I don't necessarily see it as a bad thing, but I do think the voices in the room that need to be discussing how to bring in regulation without stifling innovation is going to be important. And I left that conference feeling encouraged by what people who understand what's going on in the world of crypto is trying to bring forth as it relates to regulation. So I think that was probably the high points of the last week in all of the reign of negativity that is out there. But how about yourself? You know, man, I'm just over here trying to put together my album of FTX greatest hits because they just keep a comment, don't they? It is going to be a very, very difficult next few months. I can already tell,

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Doug Reflects on the Art of Songwriting

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Doug Reflects on the Art of Songwriting

"Talk for a few minutes about some of the and I think this will be a fun thing here. Some of the country music and really I mean, we're not talking specifically country. And because the country is going to be a predominance, of course, for the day. But I got to know, you know, the pop writers. I got to know the, you know, the ones who are in urban music, rap, classical. It all affected them because it was this new way. And it's not a bad thing. You said something earlier. One of my goals was is that we were all thinking that the pie was only 8 inches wide. And the reality was, I believe that the pie is still to this day believe that the park could be 30 inches wide. And it expanded the pond. Nobody was leaving behind. You were getting more out of it. You know, so it was really amazing to be Paul Williams, aloe black. You know, these are, you know, outside of that you'd mentioned Barbra Streisand, one of her most favorite famous songs, Paul Williams wrote. That's right. Evergreen. That's right. Which if you ever hear him talking about, you know, of course he likes to talk about the rainbow connection with Kermit. But he makes it, but these are things that touch our lives. But the twist of the song and the turn of a verse. You know, the Tim McGraw song, Rodney and a truck that the bank lets me borrow from month to month. I mean, think about that. How many times do you think about your truck payment being the bank lets me borrow from month to month? That's real. Or one of my dear Friends, yours as well. It used to be president of the national songwriter association, Lee Thomas. Miller. Who riding with Chris Stapleton. You know, I've got a problem. In his song, but it ain't about what you think. You know, I drank because I'm lonely, and I'm lonely because I drink.

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"miller" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"miller" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. We're talking to Katie Miller, not her real name. And of course, it's your real name. You're part of the Miller family that created Sight & Sound, which is in Lancaster and now in Branson, and you have a film out called I heard the bells, we've been talking about it. It's very moving because I think the worst thing or some of the bad things that can be said about Christians is that we have this kind of pollyanna face. And that a lot of Christian art is like Thomas kincaid, painter of light. It's not really, it doesn't show the dark side because unless you understand the pain and the suffering, you think, what do we need redemption from Christianity is about being nice? No, no, it's about dealing with grief and difficulty in whatever. And so this story I heard the bells, this film deals with this moment in the life of the great poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, where he really suffered. Tremendously. And most people, if you live long enough, you suffer. And so it's beautiful. Now the poem that he wrote was just turned into this Christmas Carol. I wanted some of the lyrics. It's pretty long, usually these things are long and the Christmas Carol version is shortened. But in case you're not remembering this, or in case you're a young person that you've never heard this before, the lyrics are, I heard the bells on Christmas Day, they're old, familiar carols play, and mild and sweet, their songs repeat, of peace on earth, goodwill to men. So that's kind of like, that's the happy part, right? But if it's Christmas and everybody's like, joy joy joy and you're going through some tragedy, you're response might not be a positive one. So the next lyric is an in despair, I bowed my head, there is no peace on earth, I said, for hate is strong and mocks the song of peace on earth goodwill to men. So this is in a minor chord, right? This is him dealing with the fact that they're in the middle of the Civil War. Human beings are dying, it's horrifying. He's just experienced the loss of his incredibly beloved wife. And then it goes on, then rang the bells more loud and deep, God is not dead, nor doth he sleep. The wrong shall fail the right prevail with peace on earth, goodwill to men. You know, when you, when you go through tragedy, the love and the joy of God is a thousand times sweeter than if you've never experienced suffering. And so I'm just so glad that you all chose to tell this story. Now, how did you come to pick? I mean, of all the films you could have done, having never done one before. What caused you to home in on this particular story? Yeah. Our chief story officer and the director of the film Joshua Inc as he started really kind of diving into what stories we want to tell. There were several that rose to the top, some were hoping to do in the future. But for our first foot forward, honestly, this film actually started as a short film. We kind of said, let's do a short film. It'll be 30 minutes. We'll see what comes of it. We'll learn from it. And he was like, okay, you know, if we're going to do that, let's do something at Christmas. We'll do a little. We'll call it a Christmas special. It'll be fun. It'll be great. And I think I have the right story. I've always been intrigued by this story. And so we literally set out to do a short film. We got a couple of scenes in in production and we started seeing footage and every single one of us that were a part of the process where this is astounding. This is beautiful. And Josh said, I think that this could be a feature film. As I'm digging in more and more in reading about his life and unpacking these characters, I think we have a feature film on our hands. And so we changed trajectories very quickly and ended up writing additional script and adding additional production days and ended up with this just, I know I'm biased, but truly, it is stunning. It's a beautiful time period. We were in these amazing locations that have such historical context and history in and of themselves. And the teams just did a really great job of capturing the not just the emotion, but the time and the feel. And we've always said this about our stage shows, I love how Josh actually says this a lot, but our theater is designed like a panoramic lens of a camera. There is a cinematic feel to the theaters. And in that same way, we brought some of the theatricality and the lighting and the special effects to the film production itself, and it just kind of has resulted in this beautiful stunning piece of art, truly. This is what's so extraordinary is that you all have been at this for a long time. And craft folks, you don't just say, lord, call me write a book and boom, you know, like it's basically you learn the craft and you all have been in this for decades knowing how to tell stories so effectively that scores of thousands of people travel to see them. You're that good at what you all do. So it's very exciting to me that you're moving into film. Because, you know, a lot of people say, well, there's a Christian film, and you watch and you go, well, it wasn't really good film. There was no cursing, but other than that, to be able to tell a powerful story in a powerful way in a way that uses the medium beautifully. I rejoice that you all are doing this kind of thing because I'm believing God for reformation in the culture, not just revival, but reformation that people through things like art will be drawn closer to God and even people who are Christians will their faith will be deepened because they'll see things like.

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Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Sight & Sound Theater's Katie Miller on New Film 'I Heard the Bells'

"It that you all decided to make a film a Christmas film? This one is called, I heard the bells. Yeah, so we, you know, from the very beginning, film has been a part of our story. My grandparents founded Sight & Sound. In many ways, by accident, but through using multimedia. It was a multimedia slideshow back in the 60s. They kind of helped us get our find our footing, if you will. And ever since then, media has been a part of what we do. So whether we are filming stage shows for things like broadcasting on TBN, or media in the actual shows themselves projection, giant LED screens, all these different elements that help to bring these stories to life. Media has been a part of what we've done. And as we felt the lord several years ago calling us to expand, we weren't sure at first truthfully, was it like, is it another location? What does this mean? What does this look like? And we really started to feel this call towards telling stories beyond the stage and beyond the Bible. There are so many historical true stories that are powerful. That are waiting to be told. And so this launch into Sight & Sound films, this new branch that we have launched this past year and our debut film I heard the bells is our first step towards that, what we feel like the lord is calling us towards in the future. Not that theaters is going anywhere. That will remain exactly what it has been. So the theaters are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and Branson, Missouri. Yeah. Okay. But if people want to find you all online, where do they go? You're a site dash sound dot com.

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Katie Miller Tells Us About Sight & Sound Theater

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Katie Miller Tells Us About Sight & Sound Theater

"Back, Katie Miller. Hello. It's good to see you. People, some people will remember you. You are the what, you're the head of Sight & Sound theaters. What is your official title? I'm the director of marketing communications. You're the head of marketing and communications, close enough. You're the grandchild of the folks who founded site in sand. Now, people who are just tuning in who don't know what this is. Give us the synopsis of what is site and sound. Sure. So Sight & Sound is based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and we are coming up on celebrating in just a couple of years, 50 years of what we call bringing the Bible to life on stage. So we have two theaters, one in Lancaster, when in Branson, Missouri, they are large theaters, and we are known for bringing Bible stories to life. And when you say they're large theaters, that's the classic Christian understatement like the humble Christian, they're large theaters. They're huge. They're gigantic. They are really huge. They are. Let's be honest. Yeah, they're 2000s are gigantic. 2000 seats, we have a 300 foot wraparound stage so these stories, we want to do these stories justice. So they come through life. Hundred foot wrap around. And the answer is really in the middle of the story that's happening.

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Charles Thorngren Comments on the State of the Economy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Charles Thorngren Comments on the State of the Economy

"Today I get to talk to our friend Charles thorn grin. He's the CEO of legacy precious metals. So we're going to get kind of an update on what's happening in the U.S. economy. Do we have to? Charles thorn grin, welcome. Glad to be here. Yeah, we have to. Well, talking to you about something as depressing as the economy becomes less depressing because you can give us hope and some ideas and things. But where is the economy today? I mean, from what little I know, we have really worked hard to destroy the U.S. economy. When I say we, I mean, they in the presidential administration, if that's what it is. So where are things right now? I mean, you've got some specifics that I know you wanted to share. Yeah, we're right where you would expect to be if you took all the wrong steps. And this is where we're at. We've printed so much money. We've done so much in the form of government spending and government programs that serve no real purpose. If we look at them in all honesty, and we're seeing the wrong leadership for an economy trying to come out of a pandemic with a supply chain issue. All the wrong things are being focused on. So this leads us to where we're at now where we know we can see it. When you drive around your town, when you look around, you can see things aren't good. Regardless of what they say, what no matter what you may hear, things are not good. So expect more of that until we begin to change. And that's a long time coming.

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Warner Brothers Don't Care About Ezra Miller's Victims

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Warner Brothers Don't Care About Ezra Miller's Victims

"Word on the street, or more accurately word on the lot, is that the executives at Warner Brothers don't give a damn about those people he may have hurt. They've got no sympathy for his victims as they're getting ready to put his name forward for a war consideration everywhere they can. These are the kind of people you meet in the business. Nice. I'm sorry, it's not a long story, just a little something for you to watch for. Ezra Miller's name will be put in the hat for awards consideration. His victims be damned. That's Hollywood.

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No. 7 TCU gets to 9-0 with 34-24 victory over Texas Tech

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 7 TCU gets to 9-0 with 34-24 victory over Texas Tech

"Darius Davis scored on a punt return and grabbed a fourth quarter touchdown pass leading 7th ranked TCU to a 34 24 win over Texas tech Davis returned the first punt 82 yards as the horned frogs improved to 9 or zero for the first time in 12 years Kendra Miller gave TCU the lead for good by rushing for a TD for the tenth straight game Miller finished with a season high 158 yards on 21 carries Max duggan was 12 of 23 for 195 yards and a pair of fourth quarter TDs Tech freshman baron Morton was 7 of ten with a touchdown before leaving with the left leg injury in the first half I'm Dave fairy

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Duggan throws for 3 TDs, No. 7 TCU beats West Virginia 41-31

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Duggan throws for 3 TDs, No. 7 TCU beats West Virginia 41-31

"Men's dug and threw for three touchdowns kenry Miller rushed for a 120 yards in a touchdown His number 7 TCU defeated West Virginia 41 31 TCU now 8 zero had four big plays of 50 yards or more in the game three went for touchdowns TCU coast sunny Dyke says his team grinded out the win When that game is on the schedule to begin the year I think all of us knew that it was going to be a tough one in a grinder and we were fortunate to win today West Virginia quarterback JT Daniels through for 275 yards and two touchdowns I'm bob Stevens

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Which Crime Will Trump Be Indicted on First?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:29 sec | Last month

Which Crime Will Trump Be Indicted on First?

"DoJ has many to choose from, but which crime likely will be the first one in which Trump has indicted, here's my take at last night's show with the Saban theater with Stephanie Miller and sexy liberals. I forgot because I was looking directly into your blue eyes, which what did you say again? Which climb do we think? You know, if I had to bet it would be the classified documents crimes because those are so easy to prove and frankly they're so dangerous and damaging and we need to send a message that it's just not okay to steal our nation's secrets.

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White House chief of staff warned on Hatch Act violation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

White House chief of staff warned on Hatch Act violation

"President Biden's chief of staff has been warned for retweeting a political message on his government Twitter account The office of special counsels is Ron klain violated the Hatch Act which bans government officials from using their official roles to influence elections A conservative group led by Trump adviser Stephen Miller had complained about a retweet in May The office of special counsel said last year Miller and several other Trump officials repeatedly violated the Hatch Act with Trump's approval Biden spoke of in karine Jean Pierre often cites that law in deflecting political questions noting earlier this week I have to be careful of what I say because we do respect the Hatch Act here in this administration Sagar Meghani Washington

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A Big Courtroom Win for a Christian Baker in California

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

A Big Courtroom Win for a Christian Baker in California

"I'd like to talk about the Christian baker, who refused to bake a cake. Because of a demand that it be okay celebrating a gay wedding. But it's not the bake or you're thinking about. You're thinking about the baker in Colorado. What was his name, honey Jack? Phillips, Jacques Phillips is his name, but I'm actually talking about a similar case in California, involving a woman, her name is Kathy Miller. And she runs a bakery called taste, pastries bakery in Bakersfield, California. Now, she had been approached to design a custom cake for a wedding ceremony, and this is actually Kathy Miller in 2017, quote here at taste trees we love everyone. My husband and I Christians, we know God created everyone. He created everyone equal, so it's not like we don't like people of certain groups. There's just certain things that violate my conscience. So by the way, her position very similar to the position of Jack Phillips in Colorado, but Kathy Miller gets sued by California's department of fair housing and employment. This was under something called the unruh Civil Rights Act of 1959, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race ethnicity or religion. A pause for a moment because here you have a civil rights law, which is basically supposed to protect people from being discriminated against on the basis of race or ethnicity or you guessed it religion. And what's going on here, Kathy Miller is being discriminated against or being targeted or in this case being it is being demanded of her that she go against her own religious beliefs and her own conscience and say something that she really doesn't want to say.

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Drug Dealers Are Not Giving Trick or Treaters Free Fentanyl

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Drug Dealers Are Not Giving Trick or Treaters Free Fentanyl

"Thank you for once again, on Twitter, explaining no one is going to waste thousands of dollars on fentanyl just to drug your damn kids. You want to really protect them, lock them, lock up or get rid of your Stephanie Miller. Excuse me. Guns. Thank you. Oh my God. This is the stupidest of all the conspiracy theories. Drug dealers want to make money. They're not going to give fentanyl to your kids. No. No, no, no. I mean, I guess if you're that dedicated to a prank, but I mean, you know, throw some gummy, don't throw any gummy worms in. But you know, I was thinking, you know, when we were kids, it was, it was their razors in the apples that they give you. First of all, F you if you give somebody an apple, right? Exactly. That was a crappy house. I'd use the razor in the apple to cut the bitch who gave me the apple. Travis. Exactly. Exactly. But the president gets razor didn't even cost that much and nobody ever did it. Right. Yes, exactly. And then did you see the interview with one of the trumpers that are like, okay, so the kids are going to go to illegals houses who have are going to give them fentanyl for Halloween or like, yes, because Joe Biden's left the border wide open. He's like, I don't okay. So illegals have. Wait, wait, wait. They're thinking that the actual drug mules who know they will be murdered by cartels. Right. Give away the product. Yes. Have orders now. Yeah, they apparently are coming here buying or renting with drug cartel money. Houses whereby they can trick unsuspecting trick or treaters into taking a bunch of free fentanyl.

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Rep. Mary Miller: Dems Want to Destroy Our Country With Woke Policies

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | Last month

Rep. Mary Miller: Dems Want to Destroy Our Country With Woke Policies

"The heritage foundation of this is from The Wall Street Journal today. They have an opinion piece up. The heritage foundation actually rated the U.S. Military as weak and at growing risk of not being able to meet the demands of defending America's vital national interest and this is it's down from marginal a year earlier is the first and the index is 9 year history. It looks as though there has been an effort congresswoman by the Biden administration to somehow weaken the United States military. And I think that's a very alarming thing. It is, but I think this is consistent with what we're seeing out of the Biden administration and the Democrats, all that has made America good. They are attacking and tearing apart. You know, they have some of them have come out and said they want to fundamentally transform our country, but in order to do that after tear us down first. And I believe it's an intentional destruction of all that made our country good and including our military that I know we have had a son and grandson that we've discouraged from joining the military because of the woke policies in particular and I believe it is really hurting recruitment they're pushing all this transgender things the green bad deal climate project and then now this vaccine mandate. And they are there's almost a wholesale denial of exemption requests. And number one, the pandemic is over. And number two, this vaccine doesn't prevent transmission. We know that. And some people have religious reasons not to want to take the vaccine.

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Rep. Mary Miller: Freedom Caucus Wants Vaccine Mandates Repealed

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:17 min | Last month

Rep. Mary Miller: Freedom Caucus Wants Vaccine Mandates Repealed

"But I know the freedom caucus. You guys have been urging your fellow Republicans to reject the defense authorization bill unless it repeals this vaccine mandate, how is that effort going? Well, we'll see how it goes when it comes time to vote. But the freedom caucus is leading in so many ways where we've been for the last two years. I think you'll see we've been calling for mayorkas to be impeached over the invasion on the southern border, and then now freedom caucus is united in opposing the NDAA unless they repeal this vaccine mandate and the woke policies that are undermining our military that Democrats are putting all this woke stuff in our military and it's really I think hindering recruitment. I believe the army's recruitment, goals are at like 40% or less. And bottom line, what people want on military to be is lethal and ready if we have the horrible situation where we have to defend ourselves.

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'Flash' actor Ezra Miller pleads not guilty to liquor theft

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

'Flash' actor Ezra Miller pleads not guilty to liquor theft

"Actor Ezra Miller has pleaded not guilty to stealing bottles of liquor from a neighbor's home in Stamford Vermont in the spring a marches are a letter with the latest Ezra Miller appeared remotely for an arraignment and agreed to conditions that include not having contact with the homeowner Vermont state police say they found several bottles of alcohol had been taken while the homeowner was away in May The homeowner says he had been friends with Miller for about 18 years Miller faces a maximum of 26 years in prison if convicted The next hearing is set for January 13th Miller has starred as the flash in the Justice League films earlier this year Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii including for disorderly conduct and harassment at a karaoke bar

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TCU rallies for 43-40 win in 2 OTs over No. 8 Oklahoma St

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

TCU rallies for 43-40 win in 2 OTs over No. 8 Oklahoma St

"Kendra Miller's two yard touchdown run in the second overtime rallied number 13 TCU past 8th ranked Oklahoma state 43 40 in the battle of unbeaten big 12 teams so TCU improves to 6 and O while Oklahoma state drops to 5 and one TCU coach sunny Dyke says it was a great comeback win Thought those guys should great resolve by just playing hard and kind of rolling their sleeves up and going to work in the second half and figuring out a way to win the game Quarterback max duggan led the TCU come back went through for 286 yards and a touchdown ran for two more scores Bob Stephens Fort Worth Texas

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"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:01 min | Last month

"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Show. She turned to speak and I had to turn down the radio. Stephanie Miller. People. We sneak up on Louise again. Let's see if the phone is still in her pocket. Hi, Louise, you're on the Stephanie Miller show. Welcome. Hey. Hi. Karen, what's in my pocket? I didn't give up on you. Go ahead. Thank you, thank you. Well, I had the most wonderful experience. Is your callers, you know, as your person told you for years I've been in this girl's mom and she had the baby and Mariah and then Mariah at 13 years old and she came in and we were talking I'm an insurance agent. And she said, you know, and she's half African. And the rest is she's, you know, American mother with free light brown skin. African Americans are African American. But she's got many other things besides girls just Africans. So the little girl are the girls. She's 13. She's tall. Slender got a beautiful face. A really pretty running out of time. She said to me, she said, you know, when I was little, I thought you were my grandma. And I'm a very light skinned 70 year old. Because I thought you were my grandma. And we all laughed and everything. But I think it shows that, you know, in skin color is totally irrelevant. Yes. Thank you. Because I was right here and she had to one grandma and she thought the other one was African. She thought I was the other one. Well, okay. Kids are colorblind. Thank you, Louise

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Election Integrity Watchdog Files Lawsuits Over Voter Fraud

Mark Levin

01:30 min | Last month

Election Integrity Watchdog Files Lawsuits Over Voter Fraud

"There's peace and red state by Mike Miller election integrity watchdog files lawsuits over millions of cases of voter registration front Now in the past when we had a real media this would be a very interesting story Today you gotta kill it Because anybody who dares to raise something like this is obviously nuts With the 2022 midterms less than a month away and the country arguably more divided on numerous fronts and at any time since the Civil War yeah the Democrats are at it again First the confederacy and now Marxism Election integrity watchdog group has filed multiple lawsuits over voters registration registered more than once Over millions of voter registrations missing required identification information Conservative election law nonprofit public interest legal foundation that's run by Jay Christian Adams Filed 6 lawsuits in 6 Minnesota counties over 515 duplicate registrants As reported by just the news they also found that 3.1 million registered voters in New York State were missing personal identification information Including driver's license numbers and social security numbers which makes it difficult for the state to accurately maintain its voters list Precisely the objective on the Democrat side of the ledger end democratic controlled states

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"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller Stephanie Miller Yeah Break it down Coffee with Carlos It is the 70 Miller show Oh speaking of cancel culture I love this In a rare move a conservative politician in the Seattle county has voted to punish herself after sending an offensive campaign mailer They voted to as punishment for a male or her campaign sent out that featured a colleague and was wildly condemned as racist They unsuccessfully asked her to resign her leadership but then she voted with her colleagues making the vote to discipline her 9 to zero Why are you hitting yourself Why are you hitting yourself No stop it Even they think they are awful They are a parade of it No a rogues gallery of ick Right Yes Thank you for that Okay hey if I mentioned ever that I'm going to die man about what happened to Hillary Oh sorry Have you noticed that she's not just I'm right about everything she's also funny She admitted her debut political thriller It has a very it's called state of terror It contains a reckless former president from Palm Beach Florida Seth Meyers asked her about it and she said well a lot of people live in Palm Beach Clinton deadpan That's funny No Okay Was he inspired by anyone Meyers asked She said he is fictional Seth He is fictional However having lived through the prior four years it wasn't hard to imagine A character is someone who gets the country and a lot of trouble Some of it of his own making some of it because he doesn't understand how other bad actors are actually using him So it wasn't too difficult for us to think about this fictional former president She's.

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"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller Stephanie Miller It is 26 minutes after the hour I am on with Kimberly Johnson from the start me up podcast on the sexy liberal podcast network The PG three four one zero zero four 5 8 is the number So did you see this story Kimberly This woman at a school thing schoolboard meeting Scuba is at school officials It's number 16 we can actually hear it And this is a Michael Flynn endorsed video that is going around Okay here we go I got to see this school in ashes than to see you sit there with your pockets full while you suffocate our children with diapers on your faces Not only that but I have seen these children say to me to my face that their weakness wear it on our chin now We just have to wear it on our chin but we've got to put it on when we are So you're teaching them to lie on top of deceiving them into doing something We are sovereign citizens of the United States of America and I stand with that flag and the constitution and the number code that goes with it You have no power You have no power to usurp the rights of our children or the authority that we have over our children And because they're not old enough to speak for themselves we stand and speak for them We the people have had enough You are a notice You will all be gone if you don't change your ways right now Wow Wow I just most schools have a dress code So if her child violates said dress code they have to fix it or they get sent home Exactly Now if these kids are now being allowed to just have chin diapers that's also wrong What's the point then But they should be keeping them on properly and if a teacher sees it that's wrong and you remember you need to put it up over your nose be very nice about it But if it starts doing it on purpose then you go see the principle and you're showing home you know until you do this right But yeah I mean that's a belief in Texas districts We're getting around the not allowing the masks by putting it as a dress code violation Most of the high schools I went not most Yeah most of the high schools all but one no two I went to four high schools Two of the high schools that I went to had uniforms and then the other two did not but they had dress code So and I only violated uniform rules I used to wear this army hat with a bunch of buttons on it Wow Yeah That was It was a thing People would give me pins and airports Like oh you have a pin hat Let's give you a photo you can.

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae i am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. We all have hopes and dreams and sometimes when an opportunity arises. We become so excited. Because we know it's the right thing for us and then unfortunately that opportunity is taken away for example you meet someone and you fall in love and then the person walks away or you found the job of your dreams and your so excited about it but for some reason they chose somebody else. When those situations happen it's very easy to get discouraged and and overwhelmed because we think my gosh. I tried everything. And they just didn't pick me or didn't choose me if we get stuck in that belief system then it starts to affect our self worth and our value it's so important to rethink. What a closed door or a missed opportunity really means i remember when i was at university. It was ten thirty at night. And i got a call from a director said james. We want you to audition for this program. I was incredibly excited. Because i'd always wanted to be on the television show so i was on set the next morning and knew that i was going to get this part auditioned and i knew i nailed it however later that evening. They decided that they weren't going to choose me. And they chose somebody else and of course my initial thought was that they were making a mistake because i was the right person for that part and three months later i had the opportunity to move to spain and do a study abroad program for a year. While i was in spain. I got to travel to so many different countries. Ma- incredible people who are still my friends today and was able to graduate a semester early from university. My reason for telling you that story is us. The person that they did choose for that part was not able to graduate on time in fact had to stay in school. Another year at program took too much of his time and affected his studies. All that to say when that closed door happened. It didn't make sense to me. Why would they call me up and asked me to audition. It has to be right when we examined that it closed door. Sometimes our thoughts become show. Focus on why it didn't happen that we don't realize that we don't find the perspective. Think of every event in your life like a jigsaw puzzle. Piece every jigsaw puzzle piece links together to create a bigger picture if we focus on one of those events of those closed doors as one jigsaw puzzle piece. unfortunately we don't see how it makes sense later on so we in that moment of disappointment of heartache of loss of whatever it might be know that something is right around the corner. That's going to link together and it will all make sense now. I'm not saying that everything. Negative in our life happens for reason. But i do know that on the other side of those events opportunities do arise when we don't get lost in the events or allow that events to define us for example. You're the divorce person. You're the sick person. You're the bankrupt person. You're the fired person. Whatever that label is when you recognize that. That closed door doesn't define you. Then you shift your perspective to your future. Instead of focusing on the past of what did not work out the more quickly you can direct your minds gays. If you will toward your future you'll find that you move. Beyond the disappointment. Were quickly now. Of course there's appropriate time for grieving but when the grief has passed are you stuck on what was or are you looking for other opportunities. There's nothing worse than having an opportunity be presented to you and you're not ready for it so it passes you by and often that happens because we get focused on what was or the disappointment. We had that. Were not preparing ourselves for the future of win. That event is to happen and it will happen everything that happens in her life. Realize it's all links together. I know for me. I was so happy that i got to graduate early in the moment i didn't like it. I was disappointed. I was indignant. All those emotions that i felt but i was able to find the perspective later on when i took stock of how all those events led together to do something different. So if you're disappointed right now because somebody didn't work out think back to previous closed doors. How did it linked together for another opportunity to rise. Because if you've experienced that before you'll experience that again remember. A closed door is not a missed opportunity. It's a stepping stone for something new and greater in your life. Have you ever thought. Gosh i love to start my own radio or podcasts. But i have no idea how to do it or are you a season veteran. 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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Thank you so much for listening to life allergy. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller folly except for twitter. Which is james m life allergy. I am also very active on instagram and create mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to.

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"miller" Discussed on Sway

Sway

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on Sway

"Got a special present for you. Know what this is a hat. I make america gay again. Is that with that is. I'm curious sweatshirt. and you're listening to sway. My guest today is jason miller in addition to try to cough terrible red hat on me which i obviously will not be wearing. Miller was a longtime aide spokesperson.

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"miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Robert say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey j. l. d. and what's up to fire nation. Look i believe that you can be successful at any age and at any time in your life and most people would disagree with that. They think that if you don't succeed when you're young that's it game over. Well i'm a musician. And i had a youthful dream to become a rock star but life got in the way like it does for so many of us. My dream faded away not just for a few years but for a few decades but i finally jumped into the deep end of the pool and it was the best thing that i ever did in fire nation. We're going to do a deep dive on that story because so many of you including myself by the way are going to resonate with is you're gonna pull value bombs inspiration motivation because today is all about following your dream fire nation by listening to the story of somebody who finally followed his dream and what that looks like so as you kind of mentioned earlier roberts you were a child in as he child your dream was to become a rockstar. Share that dream with us. While you're absolutely right. I was born into a family where my father played music and i was taught from an early age that i was going to be a musician and they started me on piano and i didn't love trumpet. Because that was my father's instrument. And then my world changed in the nineteen sixties when this little band from liverpool came around and played on the ed sullivan show and i'm talking of course about the beatles. Everybody wanted to be a musician at that point. And certainly i did too and i formed a little band with mike. You know my friends and started to play. And i switched to base because i had already learned how to play the treble cleft from the trumpet and somebody had to play the bass. And that's how. I became a bass player

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Welcome to life. Algae i am james miller your house and a licensed.

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Thank you so much for listening. Till i folli. I would love to connect with you be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller life balaji except for twitter. Which is james m balaji. I am also very active on instagram. In crete mini videos with quick tips and tools. That you can immediately implement. Be sure to say hello and follow me there. How to instantly grow and develop often. We think when we're working on herself that we have to be meditating all day or perhaps we have to read the latest self-help book and those things are wonderful. However there's a quicker way to self development the majority of us are pretty good at realizing when we're in the wrong or perhaps when we've done something that we're not too proud of and other times we don't give yourself enough credit for how far we've come in life or for the things we've learned the thing that i always do and what i teach is to simply ask the question. What am i learning about myself right now. The more quickly that you can ask that question. You'll find that it immediately allows you to do a quick body scan or two quick emotional scan to realize if you're overreacting or perhaps you've learned a lesson that you now get to practice and you find that you're really proud of yourself. I know there's been many times in my morning when i'm walking my dog. Bosley whitaker and i'm trying to drink my coffee..

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"He really hurt me. I didn't think he heard me but he really listens. Well he deal shortly. Be calling for an anti american film festival in new york and he was nominated in two categories and won for best movie in boston and really heard me assamese now inaki. He's writing finishing his second screen every single day as it goes up for him. My other kid for me where. We're not doing something creative and productive kanda just embracing wanting to tell stories that matter to us and hopefully will madden other people. Yeah i guess that's a beautiful thing that you're you you know how healthy amazing mothers like yourself a really imparts your knowledge and wisdom. Not only your craft but just just your encouragement some sometimes kids. Don't get that the encouragement. So that's amazing that you do that and of course your son heard you now. He's able to win all those awards as well. Do you never know you may be his assistant director when he drexel some some film monday. I wonder how that would be though. He's got great. Let's in any capacity. But i can help you. I'm so good for you. And everything i just think you know. I've been making independent movie. These and i've been lucky to make you know in a certain level would be wonderful. Cast and i've know some really good feedback. But i think that he's gonna make. I can see his imagination. So big she is. He watches four movies a day. Call him but is so passionate his passion. I'm passionate to. But honestly i think he's he's more pets all about. He lives and breathes. It's like drinking water perspiring as well to hear them down you know. He said to me the the day. Because i was looking for a quote to put on our ability. And we're acting school and he said you can't spell heart without arts and colts and he shared with me and he has a lot of art and he has allowed him hard and arts. That's wonderful. I had such a pleasure talking you today. Michelle if my listeners. Wanna to find more about you to obviously watch all your shows to learn more about you to perhaps go to your acting conservatories where they find all this information online okay. That's a great question. Somebody asked me to be day on lordy answer to that evidence. Show banner dot com and instagram's michelle banner. Arid perfect when my listeners. Know that if they cannot find this information and know the place simply go to the show notes. James miller life dot com. I you with all michelle's and social media thank you so much. Michelle danner for being awesome guessing ratio. Truly had a wonderful time with you. Thank you so much. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show through whichever portal. Join me today also. Please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life allah dot com for sure to follow me also media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you.

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"miller" Discussed on Texas Take

Texas Take

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on Texas Take

"And this is a special edition of the show You know all these podcasts or special. Send them all to the broadcast hall of fame but this one extra special. Because i'm in route to dc. I want to give you the very latest on what's happening with this. Voting rights fight in texas. Which has now become a front burner issue for congress and for folks all across the country. I think national news was all over this story for the last twenty. Four forty eight hours. You saw nothing but the texas democrats staging another dramatic walkout a quorum break at the texas capitol. They left town in fact they skipped town on three. Private chartered jets to go to washington. Why washington well two reasons one. They want congress to act on voting rights legislation. And if congress doesn't do that they're basically and it's democrats who have the majority in washington so the majority there is leaving their own party in texas and other states to basically defend the alamo if they don't do something the federal level about voting rights. And you'll hear this from multiple democrats during the course of this update. I just wanna give short update on what's going on here because it is a quickly developing situation and i'm taping the show a little bit later in the day because i wanted to monitor what was happening at the capitol As we went through the legislative day which was not unprecedented. But it's not the norm to see the texas house gavilan and have no quorum present. Which means they can't move forward with business. And that's constitutional. The texas constitution says that the democrats can do what they are doing. It's a legislative tool and the way the republicans wanna talk about. It is to say. Look if you don't show up for work you shouldn't be paid. You shouldn't be taken seriously. In fact they were mocking the democrats for heading to the airport. In a chartered bus and there were some pictures. That were circulated on social media yesterday. Where democrats on. The chartered bus were seen with a case of miller lite. Oh it's a scandal. That's not really a scandal. I do think that. Miller lite that you know a case of it polls pretty well. If we're talking politics in texas folks like miller lite now. Some purists might say about one of our craft brews from texas. I believe that miller. Lite is brewed in panther city up in north texas. But all that aside Miller lite and voting rights the democratic caucus. Almost all of them are now in washington and they got on the planes. They left austin about three o'clock on monday afternoon and they arrived late in the evening in washington where the democratic caucus chairman chris. Turner updated the media in a brief press conference. Not because.

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"I don't focus a ton on the breath because there's so much out there and actually one thing i found the sexually how i got my first clients. I wrote a whole article You know why taking a deep breath weiss telling somebody to take a deep breath can be terrible advice or something like that and Because for some people when they start to notice there breath it can be triggering and illnesses. Yoga you notice you notice album constriction lifting and your tents and you're starting to get very overwhelmed and then you check in and you notice there's enough space debris that can also be anxiety producing so i tend to encourage people use tools like looking around and identifying five things a certain color looking re hundred and sixty two really ground. Not start with. Maybe you don't have to usually do like lou yellow red your primary colors. You can pick whatever you want in orient with sound but the idea is to build a map of where you are stationed three hundred and sixty degrees using a using a difference tense. You can alter pat yourself down. You know. Two billion skin Attend not to ground using the brat so much people and actually like an appreciate you teaching me because i put it together in my mind as well as you were talking with someone who's experienced trauma Certain types of trauma the breath itself that sound or that feeling can be a trigger. And so i appreciate you saying that that. Thank you for teaching me that as well because i can see someone who would be have trauma how that breathing would actually cause more of a hindrance as it would to communism so thank you for sharing that with me of course one thing though is you know somebody does have access to like nose breathing You know this is something needs a lot. My family's remind each other to breathe through the nose in and out because that allows the diaphragm to move easier. And if you're breathing through your mouth which uses your chest muscles more And this will help bring the nervous system so but if you stuffy nose like it's allergy season up here. I said to my daughter right. Now who had cerebral seasonal allergies. Breathe through your nose should searching. So she'd give me quite and also heard. I can't remember it's it is is other left or right nostril that you breathe through it actually slows down your heart rate even more so someone will have to look looking at it. I don't remember what it was. But that's to add on to what you're saying. But that's wonderful. I like that. I think that's very good. I love the practicality and not to minimize but it's it's brilliant to really use your five senses to ground because what we teach in psychology is. If you're struggling too much in your head you have to get out your. And so that's all your senses are so important and so when you have that then you you're aware of surroundings and you're focusing on that you're mindfully looking. I'm looking at this. I'm looking at that. I'm here in this. Hearing that. And i can feel that. So that really get someone out of their head and then conversely if you're at of space where there's too much sense senses you go inward any yourself. Talk your time guides you congressman on as well so it just really depends on how what the person needs at that moment but i love the fact that you teach seventy outward and also they can go inward as needed as well. Yes i also In i talk about a way to come in word using the census to refresh specifically with hearing which is listening to I further away outside and then moving their way into your in your own sounds and you can use it the reverse. i like. That's actually when i tend to use most for me Either expanding out starting with my own sounds expanding out or starting with if i need to comment myself cutting with outside. Sounds back in. you're brilliant. I love this as i've never. That's great that we form of chicano which is a type of sensory aspects of that as well. So i really. I'm i'm actually going to use. I love that spatial aspect of it to us. So thank you. I've learned so much. I really have great now. Your book recently just came out. Congratulations what's on the horizon for you. So i'm doing some book events which is exciting And actually the book launch in this virtual world is going to be online on june tenth. And it's going to be a mini self-care retreat. We're going to do it with the story of bookshop. My friends over there and there'll be some reading a conversation with folks at meredith healing and lisa winer And also i'm going to be taking people through that self guided of intake as well. Good and i'm doing a few more events around the book Man i am always happy to come and speak with organizations. You know. And i'm just looking to Keep spreading the word as really exciting. I mean i started doing it. Because i wanted to tell people about it Let's see i'll just bang pots and pans. Well this show. This show was syndicated for multiple times in the future. So if people hear this and of course they missed that event then you can simply go to her website so laura. Thank you so much for gas my show today. Melissa we want to find out more. I about you to find everything you're doing. And to purchase your book lifting heavy things healing trauma. One rep a time where they find this information online. You can find it on my website Which is laura qatari dot com and my book is available from your preferred bookseller In the united states and canada and also Other places around the wolves at selling books. Wonderful my listeners. Also know that if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes. James miller life algae dot com. And i will link you with laura thank you so much. A wonderful guest my show. Today i learned so much. Thank you the pleasure. It was really nice to meet you. James i also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show ever portal. You me today also. Please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you like to work with me. Be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me and also show media platforms under the name. James miller lite policy except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Like what has come to you recently that you rejected and he immediately said i was at the store and the person in front of me had to give his name to the cashier and it revealed that he is one of the most influential people in our state. I mean the steel. That i wanna go into and so i approached him in the parking lot. And said hey. I'm i work in this field. There are some ideas and the guy said. I would love to talk with you. In fact we're trying to hire someone or a company. That does exactly what you're talking about doing. Here's my car. And then i looked at it. He stopped his story. Looked him said. Why didn't you call him because our new the end of the story and so now all of a sudden we're talking about all. The fears an all inhibitions and all the reasons why he rejected that omen right. And the point is if you want to live a purposeful like if you wanna be a transformational leader you don't judge the omens you follow the omens nc where they go and this is the way i describe it this morning as i was talking to my wife. I said my success as a leader inside organizations as a peon doing some crazy things at the executive level was because i went down every rabbit hole and i followed it to its natural conclusion. I didn't try to guess. Is this the right rabbit hole. I just said. Hey here's a rabbit hole. And i'm going to chase it until i can't go any further and some people will say. Oh that's a waste of your time and energy. And i say no because in the process i learned so much about myself and about the others and about this situation. I take that with me into the next rabble and that chris. It's a well rounded character while person. Because that's why you are so successful because no ins and outs or perhaps if the corporate world you did all the things you look for those opportunities so you're you're able to speak on all levels of of employment hierarchy aspect of perhaps the corporate world etcetera is because you do take those rebels and that's why once again why you're able to do that is it. Frank lloyd wright is he the famous architect yes shown. Okay so i remember i. I read about him When he was a boy and he was with his uncle's place in the run a farm. And so it'll wanted a job someplace someplace don on the other side of the park property and so they started walking and then i got distracted and he was looking at the ducks and he did all these things and so Got to the very end. You know his his uncle's waiting for him and his uncle tried to have a teachable moment. He said you know. Look at this life. I went from here to there. Look at my footsteps you can see the snow The i went from point a. to point z. And he said look at you frank. You didn't do this. And so i was but i still got there and i saw the ducks and i saw the pond and i saw the cows and horses and he goes my path may have meandered but i still got to and results and he goes and i got to enjoy it so much more so obviously they don't nothing to say but it was really good a really good analogy of life itself. You're going to get there but you but you're how do you enjoy life. How do you enjoy opportunities that present themselves in your life. Yeah i love. The quote goes along with that. From j r token who's the author of the lord of the rings. He said not. All who wander are lost that phrase because people people who crave stability credibility and consistency and control of predictability we look at the wanderers and we judge them and we say well. I don't wanna be like that person. Because they're wandering you don't know where they're going and yet there's wanderers who are wondering and failure but there are also wanders who are exploring ending positively deviant. That's what we're trying to help. People do say we're not going to give you the path like know frank lloyd. Wright's was his uncle or grandfather was trying to do what we're gonna do is we're going to get you wandering but a break you free. That's our whole point. We're gonna we're gonna supercharge your story with so much energy that blows up and all of a sudden your life of stability and consistency which is driving you nuts which is depressing you. Because you know that you're capable of so much more and at the people you love need you to do so much more. We're going to blow that story to pieces and get you going on a journey where you take that. It's going to be up to you. Yeah the community will be there to support you to reinforce you and so forth but it's up to you to live you gotta make your choices every day and what we can do for you. Get you started gadol excited. I wanna call your avenue work with you as well. Unfortunately in our time is up. I can't believe it. It flew by had so much fun talking to you. My listeners wanted to find out more information about you into work with you to help transform their own lives where they find this information online. Crucible dot com excellent. We'll militias also note that if they cannot find this information any other place simply go to the show. Notes at james miller follow dot com. I will link you with dan. Thank you so much for being awesome guests. Michaud to truly appreciate all your time. It's been a pleasure. I also wanna thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio show here which ever put join me today. 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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Head. As we interviewed him kevin harrington resent his mentor book. Yeah yeah and and he talked with mentorship for quite a while of course during the interview. And what's really needed inside this member side. I mentioned that we have i. I can see the comments people making zeidan and coming back and forth and the most common comment on that already and we just launched a week ago is i really need to get a mentor. They do you know what i'm getting at is that and so many people struggle needlessly. Because if you can find somebody else that can say. Don't bow down. That man hilarious fell down there. It's gross down there and you can jump over that mantle. You're still gonna fall planning your well. What the stuff. You're gonna learn that if you get the right mentor is going to actually make it possible to follow your passion. Probably get paid to do it. So i know that that was a very weird side angle but i want to add that if i gave somebody a tip i would say find a mentor and start and by the way. Also don't worry about getting paid to do it. Part time everything i've done when i launched us up was part time when i started in stand up. I mentioned that was. I was in the corporate world. I transitioned to speaking. Spent three years working the corporate world using my evenings and weekends to speak at places now allow for free and it built from there. The great by doing it. That way. When i find left i least had some semblance of the confidence that i was gonna still. I was going to be able to get paid enough clients to pay the bills. And so i would say to people. Don't be in such a rush but then also get a mentor. so you don't fall down the mantles. Everybody else does brilliant. I think that's wonderful. Wonderful advice lapore. It has been absolute pleasure having my show today and my listeners. One to find out more about you to listen to your shows to purchase your book the book of why and how discover the time of secrets to success in abundance. Where are they find out. All this information online. So i've said people to places once for a freebie so i mentioned that we launched the influence or vault and if people go listening goto the influence or ball dot com so the influence of all dot com. And i only say this james because it's very relevant to what we're talking about. We actually put together a ten insights pediatric. Okay read and in that. I basically called what. I considered the top Lessons i learned from some of the top leader. So when you go in there you're gonna see less by. Lisa nichols bob proctor. Less brown but you can get that by going to the influence or about dot com and basically You just sign up. You grab a copy and then it'll actually redirect you to our influence of vault website if you want that option and then if they want to know more people want to know more about how to get a copy of the book of why i keep that easy as well. It's the book of why dot com perfect. My listeners also know that if they cannot find information and near the place simply go to the show. Notes in this particular episode. And i will direct you with corey. Thank you so much awesome. Get so much. I really appreciate in my pleasure my friend. I also want to thank you my listeners. For tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show huge portal. You join me today. Also please go to my website where you may sign up for the free weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase. My previous guests sell products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertise on this show visit. James miller life policy dot com. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Make the mistake of thinking like mindful. Parenting is being calm all the time and that's not true zachary. Now we're gonna ha. We're gonna build your kids. Do like annoying destructive like all kinds of immature things by definition their kids. You know and you're gonna feel frustrated and you know and and all of those feelings and that's okay. It's okay for your your kids to see that you have those feelings. But what what. The beautiful thing is if they can also see you recognizing those feelings in healthy way. Oh i'm so frustrated right now rather than what's wrong with me. I'm frustrated. I'm terrible person right and like saying i'm press you know what i'm feeling really frustrated right now so i think i'm going to go splash cold water on my face. I need a minute like that's so helpful. You're modeling emotionally healthy regulation. You're showing them how to a way to take care of their feelings and you know you're human you're being authentic real with them when it goes back to aspect of not creating the optimal version of parenting looks like because as we said really does unattainable so i love the fact that you have. Every moment teachable moment for parents to help guide and model the behavior of healthy behaviors. Children tell me more about your mindful parenting courses. Well mindful parenting goes. It's it brings together. Those those things i got so frustrated for well it brings together all those mindfulness tools that in that inner work those inner work tools that we really really need. And that you know. Parents are often very like fixated on my child to listen to me and and that's really important. You know so we have all this communication skills too. But the i work we do is in developing mindfulness practice and even understanding maybe are triggers from childhood doing some work around that and practicing self compassion practicing to learning how to take care of her difficult feelings because most of us weren't taught that right so having a having a clear method to be able to take care of to feelings and call my reactivity and then it brings all inter work which just helps to ground us to send her us to to to helps us to to not to let go of trying to control them so much so that we feel right or helping all better and then and then all those communication skills so that you can learn how to resolve problems and help your kids resolve problems without resorting to threats and punishment which create resentment. So it's really about understanding our needs and being able to express your own needs in create boundaries for your kids around your own needs and then also under you know being able to solve problems that you know in ways that everybody gets their needs met so it brings together these communication skills. That have you know. Have been around since the sixties and seventies that are so so vital with that inner work and together. It's a pretty unstoppable combination which is coal it really is. I really liked the fact that you just allow parents to realize that they have a choice. They don't have to be reactive. They can be but they have other choices and other opportunities to once again demonstrate healthier behaviors but sometimes we forget in the moment that we have choices. We do responded autopilot. So that's wonderful that your mindfulness practices remindful parenting courses. Really help people have that ability to say. What are my options right now. And what's the healthiest response that will give in this moment. Yeah yeah and. I really think it's for people who are like you know. Oh my gosh. i'm so reactive. That i feel like i couldn't imagine totally for you out. You know but. I really liked that because going back to everything we were talking about earlier just the whole thing. Mindfulness it's like you said before it doesn't have to be this long long winded techniques. It's something that's so practical. So it's great that you're you're mindful. Parenting courses really teach that but transitioning real quickly into the book because we will have a few more minutes so once going to raise good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident kids. I was reading the reviews that you have on amazon. And they're wonderful so many people have said wonderful things about this book how. It's changed their lives. It helped them just really understand like i said earlier choices and how to be a healthier parents in a non reactive parents as well because there's nothing worse than trying to be the best you can and then years later when your kid isn't therapy talking to me saying you did this and new to that so good to hear that you are on the cutting edge of helping people find their way navigate their parents styles. Thank you thank you so much. I really appreciate that. What's next for you. Oh gosh one thing. I'm working on which is very exciting of doing mindful parenting teacher training programmes teaching parents. And and there's all kinds of people who are in the program who to teach it in their communities which is really more. We have teacher trainees in like australia. Sweden us wow. Yeah that's really impressive. I know you also have a podcast as well. Tell me more about that. Oh yeah the mindful mama podcast. I love doing the podcast. Obviously got to learn average. So many great people have had incredible guests on like sharon salzberg eagle and and it's just a joy for me too. I think that You know somehow. I i love talking. It's pretty easy for talk. But but yeah i. I don't know what to say about the podcast there so much there to lower so many different pieces of you know from all about kids to understanding ourselves to like being able to create a an optimal environment kids. And you know there's just a lot there to dive into. Thank you switch fantastic guests. I'm gonna show that you have done incredibly well. I've learned so much from you already my listeners to find out more about you to purchase your book one more time raising good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactor parenting raising kind confident. Kids where are they. Find all this information online at mindful mama mentor dot com wonderful my listeners. That if they can't find this information any other place simply go to the show notes at james miller lite follow dot com. And i will link you with hunter. Thank you so much should be a wonderful guest today. I truly appreciate your expertise. Thank you so much. James i really. It's been a pleasure. I also wanna thank you my listeners for tuning in today please subscribe to this radio. Show fewer ever put join me today. Also please go to my website. Were you may sign up for the free. Weekly recap watch. My youtube episodes free the articles. I've written specifically for you and purchase my previous guests self-help products. If you'd like to work with me be a guest on or advertise. The show visit james miller life policy dot com be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name. James miller lite following except for twitter. Which is james m life. Algae once again. Thank you so much for your support. And i'll talk to you soon..

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

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