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Fresh update on "miller " discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York Show
"I'm Michael castner. Market analysis that goes beyond the ordinary. Again, I learn another function from Matt Miller today. Bloomberg markets with poles weenie and Matt Miller. Why is this stock so unloved? Weekdays at 10 a.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business I'm Nathan Hager watching futures on the rise this morning. Let's go right over to the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call here's Bloomberg's Tatiana Daria. Good morning tatyana. Good morning, Nathan. Futures are higher this morning like I said with all major averages pointing to gates of about four tenths to 6 tenths of a percent treasuries are also higher pairing back some of Friday's losses, the ten year yield they're down about three basis points to just under two spot 8%. Oil is down 1% and Bitcoin is higher
Chris Miller Lied on Fox News and It's a Crime Says Glenn Kirschner
"Speaking of this whole theme of lying is that we're looking at in the Alex Jones trial, so Chris Miller goes on Fox News and lies. That oh, Trump ordered, you know, 10,000 National Guard troops under oath has to say, you know, like Alex Jones had to say, sandy hook was real. Like, no, he did not order. You know, national lied to the American people on Fox entertainment. I don't call them Fox News. That is actually part of a criminal cover up. That's chargeable as a crime. I'm appreciative that he told the truth under oath before the J 6 committee. But when you lie to the American people trying to cover up Donald Trump's crimes, you're committing your own crime of accessory after the fact that miss prison of a felony. So keep it up sports. I'm so happy to hear you say that because how many times have we heard, well, it's not a crime to lie on Fox News, otherwise they wouldn't have a network. I mean, it should be. It can be a crime. It can be a crime. We just have to investigate it and indicted.
Fresh update on "miller " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Schumer hailed passage of the legislation. Our Bill reduces inflation. Lowers costs creates millions of good paying jobs and is the boldest climate package in U.S. history. But Republicans like South Carolina's Lindsey Graham railed at the Bill throughout the weekend. This is insane. This is stupid. A tax measure was tweaked and a provision to cap monthly costs of insulin at $35 for those with private insurance was blocked, but most of the bill remains intact. The house will vote on the measure next Friday. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO news. Campaign 2022 on WTO Pete, the democratic primary for Montgomery county executive still too close to call, but that hasn't stopped one candidate from requesting a recount. Following
Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump
"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.
Fresh update on "miller " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The ballpark for the nationals. Again, they've lost 5 straight and 7 of 8 after losing a 13 to one laffer in Philadelphia. During that stretch, Cory Abbott has made two starts. The first one was pretty good. Today decidedly bad. Three and two third innings in which he gave up nearly as many home runs for as he did walks 5. What did the Phillies line up do to you, Cory? Being able to lift the ball out of the park, you know, I'm just sticking to their game plan. I'm not getting out of it. I think that's what makes them so tough. They weren't swinging at the ones that I thought were competitive down. Yeah, and I really had to stand the zone. Of course, and that's bats didn't exactly bail them out. They went one for 9 with runners in scoring position stranded 8 base runners, the Orioles lost manager, Brandon Hyde to ejection after he argued a key blocking at the plate call, then they would go on to lose an 8 one game to the pirates and so ends a 5 game win streak for the O's and a stretch of 9 straight home wins over Pittsburgh. The mystics in a game rife with playoff implications lost to the LA spark 79 76 as their late rally fell short, the mystics play league worst Indiana twice to close out the regular season. They need to win those two games to leapfrog Seattle for where the fourth seed in the WNBA playoffs and speaking of Seattle, the Las Vegas aces beat the storm to spoil Sue bird's final regular season home game at the city open. Right now it's the men's final Nick kyrgios takes the first set and leads the second set over yoshihiro nishioka earlier today, the women's final. It was led Miller Samson of a winning the actually split the first two sets she would take the third set and thus the title she has now won two WTA titles. Rob woodfork WTO sports
Can Ben Affleck Save the Flash From Ezra Miller
"At any rate, we're gonna get a double dose of Ben Affleck next year. First, an Aquaman come march, and then in the flash in June, supposedly, that movie is too expensive to ship can. The flash, they can't shit, can they spend a ton of money in that movie, but with everything going on with the star Ezra Miller, who's been taking women hostage and doing all sorts of drugs and getting arrested on as a non binary person, he's psychotic this kid. I wonder what Warner Brothers is really going to do with it. Because for a while, they thought a shit can in the whole thing, but they can't. They've spent too much money. So they're rewriting a lot of it and trying to finesse it. So Ezra Miller is not in all of it. Maybe Ben Affleck can save that.
Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard
"I want to walk through this because the committee has released an audio Of the former acting Secretary of Defense which they are suggesting that no Donald Trump did not authorize or encourage the National Guard to be poised to assist on Capitol Hill What exact day was that meeting that you had and that you were in the Oval Office with the president and with whom else were you in the Oval Office Was that my head of January 3rd or fourth two or three days before the Capitol Hill events of January 6th It was myself as chief of staff of DoD the Secretary of Defense Chris Miller the chief of staff of the president of the United States Mark Meadows the president of the United States and chairman of Jordan chiefs of staff Mark milley And maybe one other person Okay So at least U four and the president Yeah Did the issue of the National Guard come up yes or no Unequivocally yes Who brought up the National Guard The president
Dr. Irwin Redlener on His Work With Traumatized Ukrainian Children
"You are as one of the superheroes of the Stephanie Miller cinematic universe. You are in Poland doing helping Ukrainian kids. You tweeted we met with a hundred teachers from schools in lviv, talking about psychological trauma. They're seeing among children who mostly with mothers had to flee for their lives from towns in eastern Ukraine, teachers having a rough time we are committed to helping. Just talk to us a little bit about what you're doing over there. Yeah. So the thing is that since this atrocious horrendous brutal war began when Russia invaded Ukraine, and nobody thought they would, although they were warning signs, we also added, they're not going to really do it, but they invaded and bombed the hell out of and they still are eastern Ukraine and southern Ukraine. And it's caused a, what's called the largest forced migration movement of a population since World War II in Europe. And so in effect, what we've had are all these lives of families and particularly children that have been disrupted because it's either moved from the far east of Ukraine to the far west of Ukraine or they moved out of Ukraine entirely, which is why we're in Poland. Huge numbers, millions of children and most with their moms because their dads are both mainly in the military. These children have moved to other countries predominantly Poland where they don't speak the language. They left with hardly any of their possessions, including leaving behind things like, you know, their eyeglasses. And they're living in these very very, you know, sometimes extremely bad shelter situations, although the Polish people have been incredibly generous. So our mission over there with this our new foundation, the Ukraine action project, our mission is to try to make sure the kids are in school. If they're in school, are they learning in what language are they learning in? And hopefully it's Ukrainian. And secondly, to make sure they don't have medical problems that would interfere with learning. But part of the problem is these kids are so psychologically traumatized. And the teachers, anywhere, teachers would have trouble dealing with classes like this. So one of the things that Karen, misses goom is working on is having the training programs for teachers to learn how to deal with lots of very traumatized children in the classroom. That's what we're working on. Both of those things.
Trump Gave Order to 'Make Sure' Jan. 6 Rally Was 'Safe Event'
"This is from just the news a great news site Founded by and run ultimately by John Solomon Since the hearings have been undercut by a fundamental fact Trump's actions before the riot began Included urging supporters to peacefully and patriotically express their opinions And ordering his top age to ensure there was a large contingent of National Guard troops at the ready to ensure no trouble ensued A capital police timeline obtained by just a new shows the Trump Pentagon first offered National Guard troops to the capitol police on January 2nd Four full days before the event Jeremy doesn't put this in The New York Times piece The police turned down the offer but then began to have second thoughts the capitol police then asked their political minders the house sergeant of arms chief among them For permission to accept the troops on January 4 But were turned down on the ground that such a show of force would create bad quote unquote optics The records show But the most compelling piece of evidence that Trump wanted to thwart rather than in sight violence is contained in a long memo written by The Pentagon inspector general They chronicled the assistance the Department of Defense offered Congress both ahead of enduring the riot In it the inspector general recounts a fateful meeting on January 3rd In The White House with an acting defense secretary Christopher Miller and general Mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff met with Trump on national security matters This was not in Jeremy's article in The New York Times
NYPD: Preacher, wife robbed of $1M in jewelry during sermon
"A New York City preacher and his wife or robbed $1 million in jewelry during a weekend sermon I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A well-known flashing New York preacher was robbed of more than $1 million worth of jewelry by armed bandits who crashes Brooklyn church service just as he was sermonizing about keeping faith in the face of grave adversity bishop lamorne Miller Whitehead is known for driving a Rolls Royce and his friendship with New York City mayor Eric Adams He was delivering a sermon at his leaders of tomorrow international ministries last weekend when police say three robbers walked in in a video posted to Instagram the preacher said he wasn't sure if the gunman wanted to shoot the church up or if they were just coming for a robbery The service was also being live streamed online Miller Whitehead is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the gunman's arrest I'm Lisa
Gettr's Jason Miller on the Ongoing Twitter vs. Elon Musk Legal Saga
"With this right now is the man behind getter, Jason Miller, Jason, welcome to the program. How are you? Thanks for having me. I'm doing great. So Elon Musk pulls out of the Twitter deal. It's a little unclear what's happening with all of that. Can you game us out kind of game this out for us? How do you see this ending, Twitter is suing Elon, you know, some people thought the deal would never go through altogether. Thankfully, we have getter as this amazing robust free speech platform, what are your thoughts? Yeah, so even though Twitter obviously is a competitor and it would hurt if Elon Musk took over. What Elon Musk was trying to do with Twitter was the right move for free speech. He was trying to get some sense of normalcy back to the blue bird, try to get some kind of control back for our voices. But what he found, what he ran into was this brick wall of liberal ideology, where he realized the culture of that company was not going to change even if he was in charge. So now this thing looks like it's going to explode. You have Musk. You have Twitter, they're fighting each other. I don't know who's going on the legal side, but there is the big question of what's actually going to be left. I mean, it's essentially a pile of rubble at this point.
Steve Moore: The New Democrats Are Too Incompetent to Bribe
"That there is a conventional wisdom. There's not conventional. There is a talking point that once Illinois hits rock bottom, it reverse course, I don't think that's the case anymore. It just seems as if there is just kind of an enjoyment of misery between the Democrats there. As long as they're in charge, they don't care. You know, I've kind of glad for having this conversation because I've lived lived in Chicago during the 60s and 70s. I went to the University of Illinois that since then I've lived in the swamp and watch, but I still have all my family in Chicago. And the whole, one of the big parts of the history of Chicago is Richard Daley. He was a Democrat, he was, you know, there was a lot of hanky panky going in Chicago, but they called Chicago, the city that works. That's a nice way to sweat. You had to pay off to get stuff done. In Chicago worked. And that's the old fashioned Democrat, right? Now, the new Democrats, nothing works. That's right. And the whole thing kind of just, you know, I think that's so insightful. I've said for the longest time, I will take the most corrupt back dealing Democrat in a second over an ideologue. I mean, okay, fine, you're paying off some developers, some contractor, you know, you have some, I guess, some it's just a cost to do in business. Yeah, it's built into it, but you know, it's kind of this old thing back in the, there's a true story. I mean, mayor Daley got John F. Kennedy elected through widespread voter fraud. That's proven. And so mayor Daley senior, not junior. And there's kind of this story where he asked all this money from for Jack Kennedy for federal aid to rebuild Chicago and he asked for something like $25 million to put in a transit system and all this. And he's like, hey, this project is only going to cost us 10 million. We'll be able to divide the 15 amongst all of us. And he said, we can get it done quickly. And actually, you look at today, it would cost adjusted for inflation ten times that. And so the new saying is that the new Democrats are just too incompetent to even bribe. Yeah, exactly. No, I've always said ideological a misguided ideologies far more dangerous than graphic corruption.
How the Left Is Destroying Chicago With Steve Moore
"With us right now is a great American. I've known him for quite some time. Steve Moore, Steve, welcome to the program. Hey Charlie, thanks so much for having me. Great to be with you. And you are a great American. So it's a pleasure to be on your show. Thank you. We've known each other for a while and both from Chicago and unfortunately that whole state has been largely destroyed. So you have this great you see that Ken Griffin moved out of Chicago. There's a great article about him. I know this isn't the subject of our conversation, but it's really important. It showed that he is given hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to the museums, the orchestra, to food banks. He's one of the most philanthropic guys and he's, I don't think anybody in the history of Illinois has given more to the civic institutions of Chicago and he finally had to leave because of the high taxes and the high crime rate in the city of Chicago. And it just shows what happens when liberals ruin a place because all these institutions like how are we going to replace Ken Griffin's money? That's a good question. Maybe you shouldn't have chased him out of the state. And it was you're exactly right. So ran a company called Citadel and started it right there in downtown Chicago, enormously successful. You could point to so many of the beauty of Chicago because of his generosity and philanthropy. And you actually look at why he left in the report, there were three Citadel employees that were mugged on the way to work, Steve. I mean, you and I grew up in Chicago. I mean, this is river north. This is not, you know, near comiskey or U.S. cellular, right? This is the heart of Chicago where people are being mugged at 8 or 9 in the morning or at 5 or 6 at night. Actually, I know you're not here to talk about it but Steve, it's really quick on the Chicago thing. I mean, it's just tragic Boeing is now left. Caterpillars. Caterpillars gone Citadel is gone. And you're right. And they actually had to shut down for several weeks the theater district in Chicago because it wasn't safe for people to go to theater. My point is that, you know, and this is happening now in New York City. It's happening in San Francisco. It's happening in Los Angeles. Los Angeles are great cities are being destroyed by wokeism and this big government
Highland Park shooting scene reopened
"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
The Massive Lie Living Over Our Society Right Now
"There is a massive lie that is living over our society right now. And the lie is somehow that children teenagers need to have sexual reassignment surgery or puberty blockers. Now, most of the sexual reassignment surgery in puberty blockers is administered to young girls. Why? We talked about this last evening with Steve smotherman at his church legacy church, young girls in particular, more likely to succumb to peer pressure, and also they're more likely to voice and also, let's say, communicate anxiety when it comes to puberty. It's a clinical fact. And the TikTok social contagion, which again, I've said for quite some time, TikTok is a virus on society, and that no parent should allow their kid to first have a smartphone until they're 18, but I've lost that battle and that's fine. Parents disagree parents want their kids to have smartphones. I think they're terrible, but okay. But then at the very least, don't allow to have TikTok on your kids phone. There is no argument for that period. And so this kind of idea of transitioning and changing your gender has become glamorized and popularized. And as beautifully articulated in Matt Walsh's movie, what is a woman? A lot of young girls when they're 1213 or 14, they're going through body changes, hormones are ranging, raging, they're feeling things that are felt before, and therefore they think incorrectly that they might actually be a man when in fact they are a girl becoming a woman. And this is not just some sort of isolated phenomenon. This is a widespread social contagion.
Former Trump DOJ Official Jeffrey Clark Raided by FBI
"So Jeffrey Clark was a Department of Justice official. What is the crime that they're alleging he might have participated in? We don't know, Charlie. I mean, we don't know, we tried to get a sense or Jeff's lawyers tried to get a sense as part of the warrant and they have not revealed what the legal claim is there. Obviously, you know, the left believes that he was up to no good in trying to investigate what millions of people across this country and it was now been documented that there was widespread fraud in the last election. And Jeff was one of the few people at the Department of Justice, I would say, probably the only one that said we have a problem here, the president wants to investigate it to make sure we know and get our arms wrapped around a problem. And Jeff tried to do that. And as a result, he felt he faced the opposition of the career first lawyers that were surrounding
Russ Vought on a Terrifying New Development From Biden's DOJ and FBI
"And for all of you in the grassroots, you have to know that there is this orchestrated plan happening right now. The help us unpack this is Russ vote. He is the president of the center for renewing America and former White House, OMB director. And he also is very close with Jeffrey Clark, who was raided last week by the Department of Justice, Russ, welcome to the Charlie kirchhoff. Thanks for having Charlie. Appreciate it. So Russ walk us through what happened last week with Jeff. Well, Jeff's house was rated in a pre dawn manner. The Department of Justice came to him over a dozen officials law enforcement officials, including those from fairfax county police department. They were there to raid his house to search it to take his electronics, they didn't let him change and let him get into a pair of jeans. They took him out and made him be in his pajamas for over a number of hours. A complete show of intimidation and for those of you who are following the news like you do, Charlie, you know that that coincided with the fact that he was going to be the focus of the January 6th hearings, the sham hearings going on on Capitol Hill. So on a very in the same week that all of the exposure was designed to show that he was at the forefront of a law enforcement investigation to show that this is the person that they were trying to demonize as part of these hearings. And of course, this is just follow on from Peter Navarro. It's follow on from Steve Bannon. Other GOP officials that we're trying to get a handle on and election investigation were the brunt of similar targeting last week. I know that the situation with Jeff better than the others. But this is the weaponization this is the criminalization of politics that we have not seen in this country. In quite some time, if
Are We Winning or Losing? Rep. Mary Miller Weighs In
"Miller, welcome to America first. Thank you. Thank you for having me. So you were supposed to be in studio last minute, you got to be on the floor. There's some kind of vote coming up despite the fact that the January 6th committee is droning on as we speak. Let's talk about your tweet. Let's talk about the fact that this let's talk about rhinos, conservatives, and the American people. Because you got 14 senators who want to curtail Second Amendment rights, put in Second Amendment, anti red flag laws, and they have the letter R behind their name. And at the same time, you've got clowns Thomas and a 6 judge justice majority in the Supreme Court bring down this decision about New York, your reaction to all of this. Are we winning? Are we losing are the rhino still in control? Well, this is a big win for the Second Amendment for the people for our constitutional rights. Thanks to president Trump for, again, fulfilling his promises. And for putting in constitutional justices, I just can't thank president Trump enough for that. But the battle will never end. I heard someone say the other day that evil never retreats on its own. Only when it's confronted by a more powerful force. And I have to say that one thing the Democrats have gotten used to is Republicans that don't fight if they do fight it's on the defense. One of the reasons we loved president Trump is he fought on the offense for the good of America and that we're going to continue that fight and
Eric Greitens on Getting Rid of Back-Stabbing RINOS
"And we are delighted to have with us the 56 governor of Missouri, former seal, future senator Eric. Hey, doctor gorka, great to be on with you. Great to be on with you as always. Now, look, nobody's listening. There's only about 3 million people on the radio show plus the video stream. So you can share it with our little family here. Are you just a troll? I mean, that video is epic. Did you just do that to have fun or where you serious? Well, you know what we're having fun and what we're serious about is getting rid of the rhinos who continue to stab the American people in the back. And we are 100% serious that these rhinos have to be held accountable. The problem in America, the crisis in America is not just because of the less craziness or the mainstream media's lies. It's also because of the corruption and the cowardice of the rhino establishment, which continues to stab the American people in the back. Stabbed him in the back on election integrity. He stabbed him in the back on spending with Joe Biden's $1.2 trillion Green New Deal. Just stabbed the American people in the back on their gun rights as well on supporting the Second Amendment. We are sick of weak kneed rhinos who keep giving in to mainstream media come with the left. So we're coming with a 100% maga champion America first movement. And that's why we're winning this Senate
The State of ICE Morale With Tom Homan
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"Away if we can just think about how dogs care for us if you're a lover of pets dogs, you get that right because docs don't talk, right? Really don't they help us get out of our own heads there there when they need us they show up there never too busy. They're genuine they're loyal. They always assume the best in us like all those amazing things that are so important for us like it's almost like the best of humanity is. Exactly. Section is really just a beautiful. photos build section that engages people and lessons the learning curve. Like who doesn't love cute dog and all you like I get it. So from there, we move into the case for comfort we started talking about that really laying out what has society how society change that it is making us do it difficult to to care for each other's once we understand that there is a real reason progress happening it makes it easier for us to afford. The third section is exactly that How do we identify our own skills and traits to help others and you know we lay it out like it's not just armoured just like the dogs like we'd lay out every single thing about us is meant to help others. So we focus on the is and really building awareness like look from your phone look through these signs we lay out all the different ways people hurt So using our is to be. More, aware using our is for body language because I think you know when we think about the ways we communicate when it screened a screen and for only looking at words, it's missing ninety three percent of nuance of Schubert. Exactly. So that is our is we talk about years listening is so critical starts with the heart. It has to start with hard not our brains get in the way we we teach how to focus on the heart and the brain. And then we focus on gifts of action our feet showing up sometimes, it is better to show up with something than to save around thing. Then obviously, the mouth is speaking and writing comfort them the hands are really critical ways. We have some some tests to make sure think of this before you speak your something's you want to avoid saying here things you can say, here's the. That you can uncomfortable with right. So and then so that's the that's the core of the book that third section is really the chips in the tools and the strategies and. Among then the last section is creating your own comfort profiles. So it's backed actually assessment section where you will actually answer some questions and determine what is your comfort zone and what is your awkward zone. So mostly you're gonNA move for for own misses the these are my this is my most comfortable way to help people at. There might be some things in your awkward zone that you need to work on if listening falls in your awkward zone we're going to recommend it you practice your listening skills but. then. We move that into. An action plan that really helps you make that part of your lifestyle. So that we can bring this lifestyle of caring for others back, which makes us. South. Well. Thank you so much for this I. This is one of my favorite interviews I. Think he's I really I really enjoy this because it really resonates with my brand as well. So we're very synergistic in a lot of ways. So Denmark my listeners want to find out more information about you and to purchase this amazing book pause to comfort as well as work with your programs where they find this information online. Yeah. Please go to inspiring comfort dot com on that is our website where you can find the book. You can learn about all the different ways we teach it and we would just love to work with you to develop that culture. Of Comfort because our hurt our world is hurting and it needs mending and this is one way we can do it. So Inspiring Comfort, Dot Com book paused a comfort either they're on Amazon. Wonderful. My listeners also know that the funny information any other place simply go to the show notes in this particular show, which is called a pause to comfort with guests, Jen Mar, and also link them to Amazon in the store a James Miller life dot com. Jen Thank you so much. Awesome yesterday I really appreciate all of your work. Thank you so much. Thank you for having James I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today. Please subscribe to this radio show ever portal. You 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 and 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 lite policy dot com be sure to follow me also media platforms under the name James Miller life 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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"I think for me know that's good. I love it. I think for me the thing that I have to come back home. To again and again and again is that it is okay to be human. And the reason I say that is because when you're in an American or Western kind of culture, there's so much emphasis on the hustle on the due on the achieve. Gogogogogo be perfect even more perfect me even more more more more more perfect job and I have to remind myself in a culture that rewards burnout that rewards exhaustion that rewards achievement at any cost loss, especially self-sacrifice self-sacrifice that I have permission to be human and humans get tired humans need to rest human are not perfect humans fail humans also are incredibly resilient and brave and courageous. And so I think no matter what it is in my religion. And ships in my business how I look at my body and and her journey. I have to continually go it is okay to be human it is okay to have a human experience and to let my guard down and to be vulnerable and to experience it. So I think that to me has been one of the most profound just ways of thinking that has shifted how I approach life and something that I really try to instill in my clients like you're okay. It's normal to get emotional. It's normal to be angry or sad or alone. Like even if everything looks okay on the outside it is okay and just that permission. It's like it's a deep deep exhale certainly is off because I'm checking here because I I know people and I'm sure just like you when they when they see us on a platform or whatever. They think oh my gosh. This person has everything they don't feel this. I don't feel that I haven't gone to this and and it's it's it's job I do hear you say that because we are no different than anybody else. We have our highs. We have our lows we have our insecurities. We have our worries and we have our strengths and we have the things that we know we're good at and we're going to continue to grow and develop. So that's a good reminder for all of us that we all are human. We all have a journey that we're on and we're becoming much more successful with that with simply asking the question is this all there is and that opportunity for self divorce will continue to grow pre-trip Marriott. I have said so much fun having on my show. Thank you so much for being a fantastic guess if I list or when I find out more information about you and she'll learn all the things you're doing to work with young. Where are they find this information online? Yeah, the best place to go is Mary. Hi, you'll find all my information there about my living Fully Alive podcast about my one-on-one coaching group coaching, and of course, check me out off the social media channels. I'm super available. I love chatting in the DM. So send me one, but Mary Hyatt awesome. Thank you so much for being awesome. Guess we'll talk soon. Thanks James, I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today, please subscribe to this radio show you whichever 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 self-help products. If you like to work with me be a guest on or advertised on this show visit James Miller life home. Be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name James Miller Lite biology except for Twitter, which is James m y v o g. Once again, thank you so much for your support and I'll talk to you soon..
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"Where are they find this information online? You Bet. So so I don't a to like a shed that Gordon Pros. For number where people can text in. Its out the text into what Gordon, pearls, two, one, eight, one, nine, seven, one, seven, two, five, one, five, and get a Gordon pros every every Tuesday, which is very inspirational. So that's why they can go and to get the book. It's a, it's an Amazon but can also go go to www dot fantastic life dr com. So that's where they can get the book in addition to Amazon or and if they want to. Get a hold of me is on my website www dot empowered me dot c. so empowered me dot ca wonderful. We'll hear it my listeners also note that if I'm not able to find this information the place once again, go to the show notes James Miller Dot com, and I will link directly with Amazon as well to purchase the secret selena fantastic life once again thank you so much guessing today I truly appreciate it. Was Fun. James I had a great time. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. I also want to thank you my listeners for tuning in today. Please subscribe to this radio show huge ever 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 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 on the show visit James Miller life. Dot Com, be sure to follow me on all social media platforms under the name James Miller lite policy except for twitter, which is james m life algae. Once again, thank you so much.
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"We're looking for. But unfortunately, we're wired to focus on the negative research states that if someone will remember losing fifty dollars more than the remember gaining fifty dollars or finding fifty dollars. So unfortunately, the way we're wired is to look at deficits and then we retrain ourselves to say, well, wait a minute what is going on my life? Let me focus on what's what healthy whole pure noble in my life and in that that's where our brain chemistry start to change. That's where you have. You have the elasticity of your brain starts to be reformed, and then your perception of life starts to change and you can live a life that was so different than you originally thought. That is so true and it's a beautiful thing and so that's why I love. I just love I'd love to in my show excited to meet amazing people like you. But everybody has a different entry point and we all have a story to tell a story to listen to it. So yours was I, find it so powerful and so obviously, I'm coming from a psychological neurological approach, you're coming from an exponential experiential approach and how all this makes sense for you in in that when we merged those two things together, that is why we're going to have we are having a fantastic show. What's next for you? Because this book sounds it gets transformed so many people. You know. I like I mentioned before I started in finance and I only recently stopped my finance career and the reason I I just feel drawn to really share this message with so many people because especially with everything going on today. There is a lot of pain up there and I just wanted to share the story with with others. And I think that's fantastic I i. I'm so excited happy that trauma show in the PR person reach out to me with. Yourself, writing more in the future. I would love to. Well. It sounds like this is a great first start very powerful because you always as you know, always run a write your flagship book and then they're always derivatives offshoots of that. So I'm looking forward to hearing what is next because it sounds like even as you've discovered all this, that's the beauty of it because the discovery today means there's so much more discovery for the rest of your life, and then as as you've learned here with EPA genetics aspect of it and your children and their children and their children will continue to experience this as well. So you've it sounds like you've created a legacy for your family system and I think that's a powerful thing to be a part of. Some native American cultures say we actually he'll seven generations back seven generations forward. So really told totally agree with you. So it's definitely has an impact on my family line. Moving forward I because I knew about epigenetics when it comes to. When it comes to ones'll physicality or genes, etc. But I've never really thought about this as far as how it's linked with emotional trauma. I actually going to research more about the because I find the so fascinating. So thank you for not only telling your story sharing about your book Perfect Pastor, love, forgiveness and transformation but also as a curious scientists like myself, it is now opened up a new study for me. Thank you so much, Judy. To quite welcome instead a pleasure speaking with you. Thank you Judy Miller once again, no relation but you never know if my listeners find out more information about you and purchase your phenomenal book one more time. Perfect to love forgiveness and transformation where they find this information online. They can definitely find a non Amazon. It's judy with an eye miller or they can go to Judy Miller with an I dot net and when they buy the book, they could actually get five free bonuses as well. So our wonderful my listeners also know that if they're not.
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"Author Judy Miller knows exactly how that feels in her new book. Perfect a path to love forgiveness and transformation. It recounts Transformational Journey where she was guided to the exact right people and the exact right order to right a wrong committed decades ago before her birth but which left shadow on her soul. Welcome to my show Judy. It's great to be here, James. Thank you well first off you must be phenomenal what you do because your last name is Miller no relation to me but you never know Absolutely. I've met so many millions and like we have to be related somehow because you're amazing. Just got but so when I was just reading this, that your your insurer there I was like, oh my gosh there's so much intrigue here. So I can't wait to hear your story and all the transformation that you've experienced. Before he became an author, what was it that you live? It's interesting. I started my career as a CPA. So I worked in finance and the healthcare industry for over twenty years. So that's what I did before. Oh Neat. And with that, it sounds like you did have a lot of unexplainable fears and terrors that just you had no idea what was going on. I did I didn't know where they came from and they started from very early childhood and continued through through most of my life until recently you know it's interesting. You say that I've I don't know if you know my backstory but as a as a psychotherapist I've worked with so many individuals and many people have said I have no idea where this is coming from and so my job if you. Will and working with them to help them understand wears a correlation and often it's it's correlated with early childhood and for some people even before they're really able to communicate, and so I'm really looking forward to hearing about your story specifically how it all came about where you had this epiphany I know you had a really powerful experience and with that that started your particular journey. So let's let's What happened for you where you experienced all these tears and that one day in event happened why don't you tell us more about them? Show is sure. So as a child like many people like many of your listeners had fears as a child, one of them was a fear of drowning but a had a terror of the darkness tear of the night interesting at and you might know what that feeling feels like. So for example, if somebody jumps out in front of you, your heart starts to race and your senses are on full alert and I think for many people those those sensations in that terror lasts a few seconds. But for some people that could last much longer for me, it could last for hours. So as a kyle yeah it's a very long time. So as a child I could actually sense and feel different energies spirits all around me mostly at night and I didn't know if they were there to help me or to harm me. So every night, I would literally crawl into bed, pull the covers over my head and would recite the Lord's per over and over again until eventually exhausted I would fall asleep. Now. James this was my ritual night after night. And continued well into my twenties. So. I started my career as a CPA certified public accountant and there I was going to work during the day and then at night crawling into bed, pulling the covers over my head terrified of what I could not explain. And then I got married in the head kids and I commuted about three hours a day for work forty, fifty hours and in that exhaustion. Everything stopped. It would make sense you know it's interesting what you and I'm going to stereotype judy 'cause it's probably not the case but the fact that you went from this fear and chaos nights for as a as a child and continually felt that until your twenties and then all of a sudden your job as a CPA, you create order, there's numbers, their rules, their structure and I could see how from a mental health standpoint that you would be drawn to something like that because you. Could Control that. There's very black and white you. There's no manipulation of numbers. It's just simply it is what it is and that would help you say, okay this is something where I don't have to think too much about it. When it comes to my emotions, it just is what it is. So it's it's an interesting correlation of how you became a CPA once I'm totally stereotyping here but as someone who looks at someone's past I do find interesting that you chose that career. Definitely makes sense and you know my my kids grew up and they went off to college and the House became silent and in silence all of that terror came back. So I, could feel the subtle energies since spirits cure voices, it almost felt like somebody was standing beside me or if somebody was looking at me from across the room and I would literally tiptoe around my house afraid of someone or something jumping out in front of me. So, around the same time, I started to actually bleed uncontrollably month after month and. went to see my doctor and she recommended that I have a hysterectomy and interestingly enough. I had worked in the healthcare industry for over twenty years and and modern medicine I trusted implicitly the. Bear I had about the hysterectomy felt like the same fear that had as a child in the same fear that returned to me as an adult. So a friend of mine, a good friend of mine recommended that I read a book called Light Emerging by Barbara Brennan I don't know if you've ever heard of it. But Barbara is action Barbara was a NASA physicist and she could actually she can actually heal people with her hands. So days before my surgery, I found myself just trying to preoccupy my mind googling healers name. And and as I sat across from my healer days before the surgery I, literally heard the click of a lock like everything was clicking into place. At the time I did not know the role that my healer would actually play in my in my family history. So visit trait build, sir. Absolutely. I worked with my healer Healed after my hysterectomy. But then in the following ones, we started to explore this unexplainable terror that I felt each night. And we started to look at childhood experiences. was there anything from my childhood that had triggered it but nothing came to light. So, we then started to explore pass lives. was there anything from the past life that might have carried forward into this lifetime and she introduced me to some amazing work by Dr Brian Wise Dr Michael Newton Dolores Cannon. But we also started talking about DNA things that we inherit from our parents to our DNA. We inherits the color of our here. The Cobra is a shape of our nose and other physical characteristics. The Signs of EPA genetics tells us that we can actually inherit the pain in the trauma that our parents experienced and I was wondering if you're GonNa talk about. Because I just a little backstory as well before I went in foyer went into psychology I was gonna be geneticist that was going to cure cancer, and so I'm very very much familiar with DNA and and how all of that kind of plays out. So this is this is a fascinating twist for me all of a sudden I wasn't expecting this. So let's talk more about that. What were the specific things that you did inherit? Well it's interesting because you talking about genetics, but it's interesting because they showed that Holocaust survivors, their children and their children's children can actually have the same terror that their parents experienced. There was a study that was done not too long ago with with mice, they would expose mice to the sense of cherry blossoms and then they would gently zap the mice. And of course James after a while the my started to fear the smell of Cherry blossoms even though there was no zapping eventual response. Exactly. But what was amazing is that the the mices children and their children were also triggered by the Center Cherry Blossoms even though they weren't exposed to Zapping. Why because I know format but generics as far as for those who don't know genetics is essentially there is an unlocking of a certain type of gene. As as either can be from a situational experience you have or just from a genetic standpoint that as you get older all of a sudden that changes often will find genetics can play itself play a role when it comes to puberty but other areas older you get and other experiences you have can unlock genes that you have a precondition for or predisposition for or situations do happen or life happens and all of a sudden something does come into play. So yours happened, it sounds the as a as a child. You already had that EPA. Genetic aspect that already unlocked it would make perfect sense. You'd have no idea from where this came. Exactly.
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"I assume they're there to follow those those leadership of the professionals. I believe the family needs to do the same. And once again when you are in a place where were not sick. Were not the one addicted you need to have an open mind as to perhaps what has caused some of this. Or what keeps it going? That's very much our story of what keeps it going and jody. I think that's a beautiful point. You just said when people think that they're not part of that going back to what I said. The identified patient. There you're absolutely right. They're not going to feel as if they've done anything at all because you're right. They're not the one who is the overt quote unquote problem. If you're the one who's addicted but every single person has a role they play and when they don't re re evaluate that roller even having the awareness of what that role may be then. Yes they will still be a part of that family system whether they realize it or not so. I'd love to hear that your book really focuses on the whole family unit overall and how everybody plays an integral part in the function or the dysfunction of a family that has addiction. Yeah and I think I think. To put it more bluntly if we are all told every single one of US regardless of our story if our loved one doesn't go on a sober path they will die. If your loved passed away. You certainly will go back in your mind and say. I wish I had done things differently. It might have made a difference. That is what I'm trying to say. Don't let it get that far. Open your heart and your mind and be strong enough to admit What is going on in your whole family So that that you you do get that happy ending. People do get well do twenty three million people in recovery in the United States in five million in Canada. It it is very real and that's a place. That's the hope that people need to hear as well that there is hope there is an answer. There is recovery. There is a life full of happiness enjoy but it does start with us all analyzing who we are what role we play and what we can do different or what we can do. Even more of. That's healthy yes at my pages at times. They're very dark there and it disturbing it is very raw and real but it also is fully knowledge and hope and courage and forgiveness and and all those beautiful things that will lead are addicted loved ones and others to change. Well this has been such a phenomenal interview with you. I'm so glad we got a chance to talk about this because I I do agree. There's so many people have so many listeners. That here my show and I'm confident that many militias are going to be able to relate with with your story or understand a certain part of that addiction. And how it's played up. Maybe in their own family system as well so thank jody. I want to thank you so much for being a guest on my show today if my listeners would like to find out more information about you and your book and all the amazing things you're doing we're the funder information online it is jody. Proce DOT COM. Okay Jodi Spelled J. O. D. E. P. R. E. DOT COM and your book itself. The Sun is gone. A sister loss secrets. Shame addiction in how I broke free wherever they find that as well you can find it on. Amazon DOT COM or directly on my website. Perfect so what? I'm going to do jobs. I'm going to actually put this on my storefront as well. James Miller at lifelock DOT com. So Jodi thank you so much for guest at my show. He's been absolute pleasure once again. So thank you and thank you and all the best to your listeners. I also want to thank you the listener for tuning in today. Please subscribe at this radio. Show to report of your joined with us today or please go to my website. We may sign up for my free newsletter. Watts episodes read the articles. I've written specifically for you. Or you may enroll in life allergy academy where you can take self directed courses. Which will help you simplify and transform your spirit mind and body. If you'd like to personally work with me be guests on or advertising this show simply visit James Miller dot com be sure to follow all social media platforms under the name. James Miller life except for twitter. Which is James M folly once again? Thank you so much for your support and I'll talk to you soon..
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"I have some exciting news. Did you know that I'm on the radio three times a week. You Mayhew me on the same station on Tuesdays at one thirty PM. Friday's at nine thirty. AM and Saturday at twelve thirty PM. You may also hear me anytime iheartradio as well as an all the other major pod casting platforms including itunes spotify Google play Sicher and many others simply search for the show name James Miller policy or simply go to James Miller life allergy dot com. Are you struggling to find your purpose has mediocrity set in and you can't imagine doing the same thing for the rest of your life. Are you relationship struggling or you aren't sure how to make long lasting changes. Then contact me James Miller I will help you recognize the areas in your life. That are going really well. And then we will look at areas in which you're struggling. We he will create actionable solutions to help you create long lasting changes. You don't have to do this. Eleven go to my website. 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Let's say ten years from now and and the idea of accomplishing this goal causes you severe anxiety or worry or sometimes even defeat because it feels too big that is important to bring your vision back to a time time frame when you don't feel anxious for example if you're starting something new then only think about the next couple of months if you think about the next couple of months and you don't feel anxious than that feels doable but it will always be the element that can discourage us that can cause us not even start to accomplish our goals. So it's important to be mindful of emotions at you're experiencing experiencing when you think about accomplishing a goal. Another thing to consider is often we make a decision before we have enough information. If we do think about something that's it's overwhelming will often think. There's no way I could do that. For example if you want to start a new job when you think about accepting a new position without even having enough information nation we often linked together the two steps of decision making and those who steps are information gathering and then the decision itself. That's why why it's so important to gather as much information as possible when you want to do something new gathering the information and then making a small decision creates the foundation for you to feel in control of what your future looks like. If you make a decision without getting the information you need more than likely you will not be successful or you'll feel overwhelmed and not even try I to accomplish the goal to- Today's lesson is very simple if you feel anxious when you think about your future you don't think so far out ahead bring your thoughts back to the present when it feels like it's manageable bill and then the other part is to make sure you separate the decision making process into two steps gathered the information first and then decide if you're going to make the decision my guest today Ramesh Dont`a has a fantastic book that I definitely want you to purchase. He gives entrepreneurs step by step instructions of how to set up their business how to even find their business and create prophet within thirty days or less. Stay tuned for this interview. I wanted to take just a quick moment to thank you. All who continually support and listen to James Miller life allergy. I haven't been so blessed and honored by your continual support however. I want to make sure that you don't miss out anything exciting. That's happening over here. So good or James Miller follow dot com or DOT TV and sign up for the free weekly recap each week. I will send you an email. which has all the latest radio episodes youtube episodes magazine articles and self help products specifically for you once again go to James Miller follow dot com or a life algae DOT TV and sign up for the free weekly Recap Ramesh? Dont`A is a serial entrepreneur host of the Agile L. Entrepreneur podcast and author of the sixty minutes startup a proven system to start your business in one hour a day and get your first paying customers and thirty days or less as a manager consultants for Fortune one hundred companies Ramesh use the agile methodology to make technology systems more efficient. He then applied agile principles entrepreneurship starting growing join and selling multiple online businesses. Luck to my show. Ramesh thank you James. I'm excited to be here. I am as well. That was quite a mouthful for me to read but that doesn't and even cover all the amazing wonderful things you've done so thank you for being a phenomenal guests on my show today thank you. Did you always know that you wanted to be an entrepreneur. I did not. I know that so. I graduated as a mechanical engineer. But I realized that I'm not into mechanical engineering. So I never worked even for one day not at one but I realized that business is I think and I wanted to get into business I whether I wanted to be an entrepreneur or not I. I didn't know at that time but I knew that it was a business. Wow and without what were some of the first businesses that you started actually interesting after my graduation nation. I had some time before I could figure out what I wanted to do. So I started a tutoring business Back in India right after my engineering graduation. That didn't last last a very long. I only had one customer. Somebody that the my my my father's friends daughter so that didn't last too long doc. And then now but the real thing was that when I came to the United States that is when I realized there are so many opportunities here Birmingham entrepeneurship and believe it or not the very trusting that I did after I got my green card was incorporated. Business really good yes. That's it's fantastic. When I was reading your information you talk a lot about the agile principles agile methodology? How I have? What is that and how did that come about in your career? That is a very fascinating interesting. I think the inflection point in the technology world especially in the software side came around two thousand two thousand one so that is when plan this Some of the developers about eleven of them got together and then trying to discuss in a candy. Do something in the software development so before for that generally what happened was it's GonNa Waterfall Technology. Which is somebody? The business gives the requirements a good double of the software. The developers get into a room for next six months. Or whatever and come back and say hey this is what we developed and then the business People who requirements this. This is not what we wanted things. Things have changed over. This period is right so now they go back and room so it never met the requirements that is when these guys said you know this is not the way. Hey we should be doing. They came up with four fundamental value. Principles the number one. They said we need to prioritize individuals in interactions in over the processes and tools. You know that's number one. That communication within within the companies within the teams in the people collaborate with them as opposed to you have to follow this process. Eddie after follow this tool Hans. I'm the second thing is we always need to have a working software over documenting everything like you got to have some proof of concept and something to show and get feedback on and then the third thing is. We need constant customer collaboration. We need to be talking to the customers and figuring out what they need as opposed to. Hey let's negotiate contract. I'll come back to you in two months this kind of stuff. Life collaboration the last thing they said that change is inevitable inevitable. There's going to be changed so we need to respond to change as opposed to following a strict plan. I mean these. These are the footprints that they had well. They sound like they work very well. I mean when you come from a psychological standpoint I mean there's that just the whole communication part. There's the whole listening to what the other person needs. So I. I really like this from from my standpoint as well exactly and then since then the saw the agile is very extensively and there are people from believers and you you also have of course some of the the other the other side of the side is a heinous too much. It's become too rigid as well. So but overall it revolution has a software development and as I got into this more and more I said why. Can't they apply these principles to other parts of not just software development smart. That's why you're so successful. Because it's basically it's about connecting the dots racist people are using this and then I take that dot and connect to other parts of life. It could be to starting a business. It's the same principles right. I need to is my customer interaction. I need to have something I do on a daily basis to show to the customers. Is this what you want. Is what if I have a price. I know it's going to change so I need to respond so basically it's a fail. Fast methodology allergy loan from failing fast. And then assume that the change is inevitable and then have a plan to respond to the chain as opposed to this. He's my business plan. I'm going to stick to it whatever and ever turn exactly and it's also just creating anticipatory standpoint of what the market may look like what it what it needs exactly. And then so this agile methodology. I said.
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"Search my name james miller lite biology my yesterday demeanor core who's living life to its fullest demeanor is known is affected got a few shares of lift optimism with world powers herself and others loving themselves unconditionally welcome to the thank you i am really looking forward to this is gonna be a great interview i love you brand love be self love it you teach everybody so this is gonna be awesome time to get to know you i so that's here a little bit more about you're loving people's origin stories before we jump into their message you were not action from canada from where did you from where were you born i'm born and raised in rural india and yeah and you know very traditional family my parents had arranged marriage and then something similar happened to me a traditional marriage and a i moved arranged measuring yes yes arrangement and 'em and then my marriage fell apart because i was not being honest and authentic and then 'em yes so now you know just go by like so my my culture very very traditional a very conservative there it is there you know like the the gender roles of very like so the woman's the heisman homemaker in the mail is the provider which creates a lot of pressure on are men and a lot of pressure yeah like you know can you imagine like where you know the man is constantly month to provide but but what happens if you lose your job you know do you lose your value what do you lose your self esteem because you're not making money temporary or you know whatever it is so and of course the woman are like homemakers but now the rules are changing too right where the women are homemakers but were also going out and working so where were you know were were going through this this this situation where we want to fit in we wanna do our best were but it's still struggling had this a couple of years ago i had someone on my show who is tremendous who's calling from india and her story was very similar to yours a lot of ways where her father wanted a son but had a daughter and she would prefer class i mean really brilliant brilliant lady and he just walked away in one had nothing to do with her and so her since he left her mother was ostracized as they as they divorced woman and she was just really made fun of and she she found her learning an education it became this incredibly successful woman but unless you give back to her community as well so it's it is very interesting to hear about arcade games that were very respectfully archaic cultures who who have those gender roles that it does it's hard for people to become who they are and so i'm so glad you were able to find who you are an all cultures you were teaching people how to find their to fully embrace himself absolutely and you know like for me i grew up being true i'm just i i was being told to fat too loud too ambitious an and then to say that i see that loudness is also me yeah that that's my wife something you know the change maker in and here i am running this movement called sexy brilliant josh so very different from the labeling but i grew up ways where my value in my size my is based on how worthy i am of love so you know coming back to to this this era where you were talking about acceptance were talking about acceptance of people of oh site all gender all ethnic background but you can that nobody could ever be too fat to lot yeah yeah that is very true and i think that's the problem with with society in general is there's so many labels you can't anyone that's outside of the norm is considered an outlier they get made fun of ostracize but they don't talk about the people who are in second place and we talk about people who are the very front and so it's important for us to remember that as people were change makers as the people who are quote too loud too ambitious of course they're gonna talk about us because they don't talk about the people who are in the second third fourth fifth third just even in the middle part of the race yes and it takes a lot of courage to say you know what i'm going to stay true to my purpose in my case my purposes sexing brilliant and it came across through a lot of hard work a lot of heartbreak a lot of being different you know i used to be an investment banker i i came to canada to go to university then i went to the the banking industry and one day i'm office and i'm like i am still miserable in my job i making so much money but i hate myself i hate my life and i just wanna kill myself so this was a chocolate went through me and i was like you know do i wanna archly ended up killing myself or do i want to do something different so i got that night i came back home and you know i went into meditation which is also like self inner work in the south south knowledge getting out of her own way so i said you know what the max day i went in i gave my resignation i had no idea what i'm going going to do very true yes it's only through the darkness that we find life i quit that and i actually accidentally fell into dog walking so for about four years of my life before sexy brilliant hopping i used to be a fulltime dog walker so you know it didn't matter that i had like i make ten dollars a day i i would just be like i was at a happier place i was also healthier emotionally physically and you know but by saying noted the wrong choice which was for me was banking i was able to say yes to mourn live how do you teach people to differentiate between the healthy healthy choices is suggesting they cleared there on there is no right choice the wrong choice everything will leave you know us to where we were meant to goal end very very important we are the co creators of her own destiny misery are which means so it's not just the thought like you know let's say i want to be on the show with james but i also have to take action to make that happen so that's what i mean we are the co creators of her own damn well if you think about it from a from a movement standpoint well if i wanna get the point eight point b i just don't think about it i can only get there if i actually physically move my self deport natively be and people forget that that's the same thing with goals goals without a plan with that movement is just simply wish and so we don't realize that i literally have to move my body to go to the next place chapter in my life and people forget about that aspect as he could take it from me kind of more of a thought standpoint of yes my thought here to there is one thing but in order for that to become acts or become tangible it has have physical movement absolutely and that's what i'm that's what coming back to you know wanting to kill myself horses taking the decision to to giving my resignation you know that's so again there's a fog but you don't actually i've done this on them perhaps not helpful and then you do something to change that thought that's what i mean by that you know where where where here to create co create our own life path just tell me about the sexy brilliant movement so section brilliant man is a global revolution for empowerment from the inside out i'm by that it's were all sexy were also yeah anteks he's like courage sexting daring confident that gosh yes confidence confidence is in are confident so they out of confidence is is 'em just because i'm lacking a word i'm gonna use inauthentic where's the inner confidence and i'm standing here doesn't matter what size i am doesn't matter what gender i am doesn't matter you know what my labels are what my pass packages on standing here i'm like i have done so much personal development inner work but i could say that i am confident about comes in a work i liked the inner well and what here you say is there's an aspect of we redefined what sexy means weird redefined what confidence means just like you said when you remove the what society says that vs i'm gonna create a different definition for this and i'm gonna am body that definition and and so i think when the concept of too loud too ambitious do this do that that is what society says but i think each one of us has just take stock ownership within herself the say james what does it mean to be confident what is it mean to be sexy what is it mean to be authentic and when we were we create that and i get so now determined what that word means where you know the definition of what society is completely different but mine is truly what i believe and i'm like i'm going to be that and that's when we create the metric of success within herself as opposed to the metric of successes society says because one day were in the next they were out anyway constantly darius change that unfortunately we will never truly be find that that self resilience or that that that piece within herself because they're always chasing a like on facebook growers chasing the latest trends or this or that and unfortunately that will always change we are we still left them exactly and you know i at one point of my life i used to be homeless and at that point i remember asking myself what teaching me you know that resilience to say this is not permanent i have i could do better for myself so it didn't matter that you know it doesn't matter that that life at that had happened to me life but it was but the lesson that i learned from it and hi howie rose from it so that's what sexy isn't of course as we uncover the layers we shine more in are really in inner ono sent excels unique dolphin true which we first empower are you know and then we share that with other people around us and i love the fact i didn't even think of the brilliance of the sexy part but yeah the brilliant sets i i love the metaphor without of how that really resonates of changing the world you know there and when there's light there could be no darkness in that when you change di di mindsets people around you with being the sexy brilliant person that you are that i am that people listening are there could be no darkness and so without we empower and inspire other people around us chew also find there's such a brilliant in in doing it that guy could see what of a critical moment i'm feeling but also just did come to light nothing darkness out one of the things that drew a lot of help but i i of course i have coaches and i have i work with a psychiatrist in therapists not have all the professional help because i am quite a quite so eccentric and i need forward yeah and we do really yes until one of the things that i that i really but i learned for myself is not to run away from my darkness and the darkness of like last year of a struggle with suicidal thoughts and others like you know i i these thoughts they're not permanent so first of all i reached out to up to professional medical professionals and everybody i'm yes i'm a fulltime single mother so i also have to take care of you know the household and i said to i said to myself that this is not permanent emotions are number right or wrong they simply exist so that detachment from that was what helped me no longer run away from my darkness and accepted sucked in and only through the darkness cannot i teach others about accepting that darkness loving ourselves through that dark period so that we could shining are brilliant and are sexiness when you think about night and day well in order for the next data happened there has to be night in in that that still nothing changes just can we see you're coming nazi and something to consider that the landscape hasn't changed which simply is changed is the lights is a sudden there's the moon there so the point is when you think of it in that respect what has really changed were going through this dark times in her life from a logical standpoint nothing has changed other than what we perceive what we think we perceived to be true you know it's it's it's really an interesting concept because in my field we have called emotional forecasting marshall forecasting is you take a snapshot of you're lifer right this second andy projected in the future and say this is how my life is are we gonna be but when you use the concept of night and day if you take a snapshot of nights and think that it's always gonna be nighttime then unfortunately you're future will look pretty dark will look pretty bleak but when you realize if i make a snapshot now an i keep doing that that i'm limiting myself so the concept just like you did as well as a thought is simply a thought unless they make it a belief unless unless i have it become intrinsic of who i am and then it changes have complete paradigm shift their mind shift and then all of a sudden it's now what i truly believe so weaken remember that just like you said due to be mindful of if you how you're feeling right now and an unhealthy way if we forecast that tomorrow and the.
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"To insert trauma named james miller lite biology mark gober isn't author whose world turned upside down in late two thousand sixteen when he's exposed world changing science after extensive research he wrote an end upside down thinking introduced the general public to these cutting edge ideas all in an effort to encourage a much needed global shift in scientific an existential thinking essentially teaching his readers after consciousness creates material reality and biological processes do not create you're consciousness welcome to the show mark thanks for having me game yeah i'm really looking forward to this i would personally pitch thea you're book and i'm like wow this is really dense so were definitely make this relabeled everybody to really understand what you're saying because you have some really great ideas in a way to really help us liz conscious life oh no you didn't start out as an author you had a completely different mentality but you always drawn to kind of be astro scientific world why don't you give us a little bit of background and instill professionally i don't work in the consciousness space per say other than my book and i speak about the topics but i i work in business partner at a farm in silicon valley called sherpa technology group and i used to work in investment banking with you bs in new york so that's kind of my my day job background tradition yeah but as you were alluding to i've kind of had interest in these topics for a long time just things that i would think about the dates all the way back to college i a student at princeton a man i i considered majoring in astrophysics because i took a few intro courses on the topics and i was just really interested in understanding the universe and are placed in it so i thought about majoring in it but i was on the tennis team and later the captain of the team like the commitments were just too much sure i ended up studying other things the point though is that i've had questions about existence and it's easy in everyday life especially when i was working in investment banking in new york there were just so much pressure that it's it's hard it's easy to lose sight of just the bigger picture life so i pushed away a lot of those interests i didn't have time to think about them and it was in the summer of twenty sixteen through listening to podcasts actually right i heard about some of the topics that i write about then i ended up researching extensively for about a year just because i i wanna understand her myself and then in the summer of twenty seventeen decided the summarized by research into the book that is now published called and end upside down thinking congratulations that's great now one of things you really focused on though is the difference if you're you're material world vs more conscious world worthy unseen world if you will those are my words words why don't you help us understand the difference between those two things so any anyone listening to this conversation right now has has consciousness by definition like you're aware we all have that sense of awareness it's a very subjective experience though in that it's not physical like i could touch my arm that could touch my body i could touch my head those were all physical physical things but my consciousness my awareness it's not physical but it's existing right now yes and this is the key issue that science doesn't understand today and when i realized this was such a big issue of like wait a second we all have consciousness consciousness it's it's indisputable we all have it right now and yet are bodies physical brain in particular is a physical structure so this is the big question science is how is it that have brain which is physical untouchable how did that producer consciousness it isn't physical so this is the precise question that i examined in my book and it it it might sound like an intellectual issue but it's actually very practical because it it gets down to who and what we are as human beings it's actually made the most basic aspect of our own existence of china understand this awareness that we all have what is it and where does it come from that's acted very well existential question because you don't know what the word existential is that attempts essentially means what's the purpose which the meaning of life what it's my place in this world and it's a it's a wonderful philosophy is something we should all ask yourself because it removes the minutia in other words the mundane things we do every single day really say what's the point why am i here why why in the world today when you ask the question as far as what's what's the difference in how could happen a brain creates consciousness or in other words consciousness is their prior to the brain what would be the point of all that how would that help people transform their live well ultimately for me when i looked at the science and again this society as is still somewhat knew because i had never heard of it before and what i learned is that it's just kind of swept under the rug because it's it's it doesn't fit into the mainstream perspective of science so the the mainstream perspective again is that the consciousness that we all have comes from the brain even though we don't know how what happened and science magazine has said it's number to question allowing all science interesting out out as the brain produce consciousness and what i argue in my book is that the brain doesn't produce it at all that the brain is more like an antenna receiver very broad analogy so like you're tv set the reason that the show appears on your screen is because antennas picking up a signal that's coming from outside the tv so the brain sort of like that antenna structure again this is the broad metaphors that's processing consciousness so it's eight this is it savory thinking of of our own identity in a lot of ways so the implications and this is how it applies to any person i think they're three main categories her an again the book is all the science to back this up but one is that we have an eight intuitive or psychic abilities even if they're very subtle so things like telepathy or knowing the future subtly before it happened and many of us have this experience all the time where we think of somebody and then we get a text or phone call having severe like yeah i'm were like wait is it that random chance and their many studies that show that sometimes there is a small affect using statistics where it doesn't seem like these are just chance occurrences yeah i which i think is it is amazing because i do think there are so many unanswered questions like you just said i mean we could all of us think about you know i i remember i can't remember which show as watching i think it was like through the wormhole with morgan freeman amazing show if you haven't watched it it's it's something where they were talking about someone who i would go by these these street lights and all of a sudden the lights would go off and it would happen at first over and over again so many people could talk about those aspects of no street lights just going off at different times things ever unexplainable in many ways in science just couldn't answer that question and i think this is not necessarily correlated with what you teach but it's more that aspect of there's so much that we don't know that are consciousness is able to do that it's something where i think many people may shy away from it because it isn't hard and fast science for example in my field and psychology it's considered a soft science you can't see it you can't see her emotions you can't see you're feeling catchier thoughts and then that's where sometimes people may not understand that perhaps in different cultures because they think oh it's a stop science just get over it don't really understand that there's so much more that is linked which ones consciousness to be able to make up that spare mind body component of each person yeah i i agree with you and that's why i felt so compelled to try to put information in one place because it can be difficult understanding and wrap our heads around but that's what timmy we really blew me away that there seems to be this affect that we all have so when we think about her data day live it seems as though we have we have these abilities that we haven't been taught about as much that is really practical thing of weight there is an intuition that we all have where it's it's sort of like the television that it's picking up the signal and there might be ways for us to enhance the way we pick up the signal so to speak and things like meditation and other tactics can help sure i like i like why are you you coined the phrase wizard like gifts which is great and a respect are there specific technique second help us i guess kind of define those gifts this is an area that is being researched and i hope it will be research more and more now but i can i can refer to just some very practical examples they were less agreement used to used to put you on the spot like i just wonder if you're book talks about that as well but sure that's fine definitely connections with that yes the u s government i was shocked to learn ran a program for more than twenty years where they used people that were really really talented at the end they were essentially psychic spies their mind you to receive the signal and know things about distant objects and former u s president jimmy carter confirmed at this was used in many other very credible people and beat the man who ran the program am initially he's a laser physicist name russell targ who i actually interviewed for my own podcast we talked all about his program he recommends that people try to quiet the monkey mind we also like the chatter in the brain which we all have i mean i have it a lot where it's just like i'm thinking about a million different things and i think when we quiet that it's like it's almost like if you think of consciousness is being the son and we have lots of clouds in her mind those clouds are blocking in the signal there blocking the race when we do things like meditation or go into like a hypnotic state like those are ways of kind of removing some of the cloud and allowing raise of consciousness to come into our brain that's a great analogy i really liked i think many people couldn't really understand that you know sometimes people do this in the form of meditation is well one of the most difficult things though is for most people is to learn how to quiet the mind i think sometimes that concept seems very fleeting very overwhelming but obviously there's so many then masters many types of individuals are able to do that in a much more beneficial and much more expeditious everywhere yes yeah it's difficult one but i think with practice and their many methods as you know it can be done when people read this book what would you wanna be the biggest take away from we got to one of them which is this idea that we have these into a disability and we cannot harness and i think they're to other categories that are super important one is the notion that consciousness this awareness that we all have if that doesn't come from the brain then when the brain turns off off when the body dies in the consciousness doesn't die and a lot of the scientific evidence in my book shows examples where we have nonfunctional body in a functioning consciousness so it also suggests points in the direction that we that are are awareness doesn't actually die when her body body dies and for me that was like a really world changing idea because i used to have a very bleak outlook on life i thought when the body died that was yen and here i was exposed a science very credible places like university of virginia different studies from more than fifty years on some of these topics all suggesting that consciousness doesn't die when the body dies with that in mind you they see what happens with the consciousness of charges going where does it stay there what what happens with these they're still open question i think the best hit we have is from the near death experience where a person is clinically dead they have memories during this period and then they're resuscitated so it might be a person in cardiac arrest of their heart stops there is no blood flow into the brain by all measurable mean the person is dead dead and yet when they come back they talk about what happened in some of the characteristics and i should add these things that are now being described frequently because are resuscitation technologies gotten better are medicines got better bring back but it's been reported it's in the era of plato india gyp shin book of the dead tibetan book of the dead people have talked about this in the general process typically described is the person offers over their body in terms of their consciousness they feel like they're above their body and they talk about a feeling of like oneness unconditional love and then they have a life review where they talk about seeing all day event happened in their life both from their own vantage point but also from the vantage points of the people but they impacted interesting there there observing how they how they treated people and they affected they had another people so if they were meaning if someone they might feel the pain of themes like it's just like a pretty profound how am i grabbed a reminder now michael goodness do a and so people are very are all very often change when they come back shirt experience but they also talk about a beings of light or sometimes deceased relatives or friends and then there's like a tunnel that they see and then.
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"For my name, James Miller life. Algae. Monkey Andro has been called the new Alan. Watts more Arthur Rosenfeld in New York City, he studied at Yale Cornell and the university of California, and it was Dana Dowa spunk and goings out China. He is a host of the hit national television show longevity, Taichi. He's also the author of more than fifteen books and countless articles monkeying row began his former Marsh luxury in one thousand nine hundred and has received many awards for his work, mad monk manifesto. It was his first book with mango publishing. Yoon row writes teachers and speaks south Florida and around the world. Welcome to my show. Thank you so much of that was a muffler read because you've done so much. I know that doesn't even come everything you've done. So that is a little snippet of it. So it's going to be great to talk with you today. I from where are you calling your in south Florida? Oakar. I didn't realize that close. I'm actually in Palm Beach area. So we're. So how are you were born in New York City, young Jewish boy, and all of a sudden, I'm speaking to Dallas, how did that transition happen? So, you know, one one thing we can do to credit, the trajectory is to say right away that it didn't happen like that. It's like getting on the right you know, I'm going to go to Miami and get on. And the next thing I know, I'm in West Palm, but there, many stops along the way. And so, you know, I think. I used to watch David carradine's, compro- TV show. And I love that show. His ex Koerbel martial arts. I really did like his persona that he conveyed, and all those say, you know that, that was supposed to several should've gone to all that. Aside from all the politics of it. I just loved those flashbacks to the old shown temple training, and I love the show brothers movies, too, and in those movies, you know, the most impressive thing to me was not so much all the butt kicking rather, that equilibrium that I saw in those monks, and time, New York, it was a very fractious place that day in the days that I grew up, there was a lot of street crime and violence, and it was loud and noisy and fast and I guess I was wired differently. And I saw some kind of sucker in that example, that makes sense. I was one of my one of my favorite shows little boys while I was liked to flashbacks as well. And I was like, how can I become one of those and for me, anything that has to do with much less people to know this, but I studied martial arts for years as well. So I was really happy to have you on this show, especially the Taichi component that was one of my favorite for meditation. This connection between my body and spirit is one of my favorite things. That as well. So help us understand what is diced monk? Well, first of all, you know, there's not so very many of us, actually. Buddhist monks are commonly seen in different countries, especially in south East Asia and a little bit less now, of course, in East Asia because of what's going on there politically, but doused or I read somewhere in rarely Tivoli thar Tatum Thome that there may be fifty thousand or so Taoist monks in the world. And obviously, you know in the United States not so many. There are some courses. Now, that sort of online stuff, you can take in the same way you can get or deigned to be minister whatever, but I'm not talking about those folks. I'm talking to people who are genuinely in. So. There are as many different sects of, that was as many different lineages and traditions, maybe more even than there are of, in our western religions, and they're different. They're different rules for them. So I'm allowed to be intimate and to be married to have a family and not told what to eat. Although most vegetarian vegan. But the main thing to understand, is that might particular role as issued to me by my abbot was not to be the guy who stayed in the monastery and swept the floor and cleaned. The toilets cook the beans, but to be the guy came to the west and spread these ideas, which is why we are on the show today. That's wonderful. That's really exciting. You know, your, your book itself mad, my festival prescription for Evelyn revolution. Global awakening. It's, it's so chock full of so many different things at least four or five, sections, you have that really break down to all the different areas of one's internal south one society ones governmental aspects spirituality as well. Let's show up into that. I know the first section it's called relaxing, rectifying understand that concept means for you or for the Dow was smoke. So relaxing is not kicking back with a brew in your hand and the bulgheroni on. And, you know, some chips relaxing is has physical connotation in the martial arts of sure, you know, but it also has this emotional and mental connotation, which is to be free of re reactions as opposed to responses to be free of the sort of knee jerk speed ingred world in which we live, and to conduct our lives in a more emotionally rationally, measured fashion. The rectifying part, you know, some people bulk a little bit at the notion that we, we need fixing, there's sort of a new age name into, which Dow's doesn't so clearly fit, although wagers, always try to. Dallas, but you know that, that nothing needs fixing that world perfect the way we are. And all that. And, you know, don't have any of those ideas, we just see ourselves as part of a crate continuum of nature of specifically in living things, but also of the inanimate world and the idea that we have things that are causing suffering for us, whether they are physical ills, prejudices, limitations and thinking preconceptions about the world. When we say rectify, we wanna go through and do some work to free ourselves and make ourselves more healthy through specific guidelines and practice. So that's what that means when that be more for the free ones to work through those things, is it more universal as far as with everyone together or more. Intrinsic more internal. So we use this metaphor of the stone-dropping and a pond. And, and the stone is us. And so when we make changes to ourselves to her behaviors to our beliefs to our preconceptions to our prejudices toward judgments to our habits, then the effects ripple out like the ones in the pond. And, and I, of course, the circles are small and close to the stone. But as they get bigger and the move further from the point of impact the diameter grows crazy. So the ideas, of course that we make changes to ourselves, and then other people notice. So maybe like a recently been using this example of the things giving Turkey. So, you know, the family gets together, and you just decided to go vegan. So everybody says Turkey go note. No, thanks. I'm not doing that anymore. Come on. And everybody razz you know. Your, your rabbit rabbit food and all that. But then the next year when you get back together, and everybody sees how lean and fit and more. How healthy short your mind you're flexible, and you're not rubbing your low back and you're not belching trip to fan and going to sleep on the couch. You know, someone other person in your family might notice should awhile. I'd like to look like him and be like her, you know, so on so that, you know, that ripples go out. And then, of course, we go to community, and then we go to our towns in our cities and eventually out into the entire natural world. So we hit environmentalism the book to this way. Well, another way to look, as well as a cast cast as far as the butterfly the butterfly, flaps its wings of a sudden it can affect like hurricane around the world. And so the same concept as well as that can be used in a healthy way or use an unhealthy way, as far as the relaxing to find that you're talking about because if we're not aware of that, like, you're saying, we are changing our environment. We are changing the people around us, and that's up to us determine if. It's the healthier for the for the negative. So that's right. And I think you, you can use the butterfly metaphor to the reason why I guess I like. The stone description is that it's quite precise in terms of outward radiation from closer foreign, let's make sense, living's makes sense. Yeah. That does make sense. So the second part of it is rebalancing daily life and lifestyle choices that one's make sense. But I wanna hear your your take on that one. So, you know, this is this is where we begin to ask ourselves. Hell, many of the things that we'd believe and therefore, follow with action are actually ideas that are in our best interest. So one might be, for example, the notion of trading and. A non renewable resource time for renewable one money. So, you know, once we have satisfied the requirements of shelter, and food and family community, then everything else there that we are chasing after a fancy car corner office, a bigger house, and all that these are learned behaviors that are functions of our system and invariably, they benefit someone else those who are foisting these ideas upon us than they benefit us. So when we look at these things, critically we can begin to make some changes in the way, we live based on those new fend insights, and that new fan freedom, which makes sense, they'll rebalancing part you take things out or once the most healthiest to your most. Most important to you. And it says the rebalancing of kind of re re identifying what makes sense to almost like a different metric of successor, different metric, fulfilment, yes, but also, I want to add one sort of important to mention of that is that things that you may find most important to you, you are not the final arbiter of you. In the end there is there is some larger set of ideas and natural laws and forces and the way things work outside of you and through you. And so, you know, we may be victims to beliefs that we haven't ever challenged, and we may think that big most Jordan to us. But what we want to do is try to grow to higher level of awareness and consciousness in the world. And see what does to us short. I, I appreciate that. That makes sense to me, the third one examines the Taoist wisdom to fostering community and deepening culture. That will be interesting. Like, so these things don't these changes, and those ripples that we talked about are not constrained, within the point of impact. So we begin to see us the vegan example, but pretty quickly we will run up against. Conflicts and pushback, when we introduced new ideas into a culture. And so I have this little metaphor in the book about door number one door number two door. Number three, the door number one, as you know, we have a conflict. Push me push back. Hey, hey, hey, hey. And then we got to straighten sterling peacocks second. Door number two. As you know, you shove me, and then I grovel let your feet and go. Oh, may, I spit shine your shoes for you. You're right. I'm worm? Thanks. But it's yielding, right? It's given up. So the first one is extreme. And so is the second door number three is simply defined as not one and not too. And so, this, this sort of creative solution to a conflict may, in fact, be unique to every conflict. And so it's not formulaic other than that, we, we have established, that it's not going to number two, which makes sense. I mean that definitely within that gray area with whatever the variables are you work with to a healthy outcome. There's a fun story on YouTube bed. Something that happened to me to Starbucks years ago, I got into ordering so some tea in line at a drive through..