17 Burst results for "Mitro"
"mitro" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"He couldn't help but wonder. If a I does such an amazing job in some parts of medicine. What are the aspect of care where humans have the upper hand Jets lame and picks up the story from here? The patient. Severe Mitro encounters in the ER Come in, is scared blank slates. My first job is to stabilize unstable patients, so I have to be able to recognize When someone is I guess you could say, actively dying. First step figure out. Is this person dying? If so, figure out why and how I would say there's a formula that we follow and it's good to stay consistent That way. You don't miss anything. There's a lot of times where you can think pretty algorithmic Lee. It's the part of his job. That's the most machine like he's gotta gather data and follow it logically, the vital signs the patient history, any current medications, the physical exam. Crunch all those variables together and what medical emergency do they add up to? I would say there's a good amount of the day that you could sort of be on autopilot. You see a lot of the same predictable stuff. Shortness of breath, abdominal pain, vomiting. I could picture computer walking through a decent amount of Things, you know, But then there's one of your calls the curve balls when a patient checks off every logical box for one condition, But it turns out to be another every time I'm on shift, there's something that happens that you're like. Oh, That That's not how the textbook said it should go of your trains, Fourth year Med students and watching them struggle with this kind of thing all the time. We had an older Asian man come in, and he's And he's Like I'm.
"mitro" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
"The twenty six of May it is the day after a long holiday weekend here in the US and it was not just a long holiday weekend but it was a beautiful weekend here in Pittsburgh which means we were by the pool. We were hanging outside. We were you know having little backyard barbecues. We were playing some cornhole and we were watching movies. You know in the Pool House. It was such a great weekend so good for my soul. And if you follow my instagram account and you saw me post this weekend out just needing to give myself space to just have fun to play. And as I've been kind of going through you know Bernie Brown series the power of vulnerability if you haven't downloaded that on audible yet. It is not the book. It's not the power of vulnerability the book. It is actually an audible series. It's a it's a seminar that she did that. She ended up creating a series that you can purchase on audible and it is amazing but in that series she talks about people that are whole hearted people that have a good balance of organ. Play are are people that really know how to play and it's not just like oh I'm going to you know do a craft project with my kids because I'm gonNA call that play but it is actually taking time for yourself to play doing things you love to do and I the more I thought about that. I'm horrible at unplugging. I'm a horrible at just. You know turning off my brain and enjoying life. I always feel like I need to be doing something else. Creating something more. I've I have this struggle with. I'm lazy if I'm not creating an achieving and doing more and you know it's great it's gotten me to where at in my business right now but there is this this ability and Bernie Brown talks about this in the power of vulnerability that there is this ability for people to be whole-hearted and play and work and have them both and so I've really challenged myself to making sure that have a healthy balance between work and play and it's something that I shared on my social media very publicly and it's something you're going to see a lot more from me you know as I continue. My growth journey in life is because at the end of my life. I don't ever want to look back and be like all you know. Nobody's going to say oh. I should have worked harder. No you're GonNa say I wish I would have made more memories? I wish would have had more fun. I wish I wouldn't have been so uptight or so anxious all the time zone finding myself becoming really aware and I step to making any kind of change in your life is awareness. I've been really raising the level of awareness for myself and the fact that you know. I need to make sure that I have this white space that I respect the white space that I that I don't schedule calls or meetings or if I say hey guys I'm GonNa really take the weekend off that I am respectful of that. Actually doing those things and so this weekend was great. I it took me about a day to Kinda get myself wound down and then I enjoyed really enjoyed myself. We had some friends visiting from out of town so we had a great great weekend. But if you haven't listened to that series I'm telling you this story because here I have. It's Tuesday morning and I'm refreshed ready to jump back in ready to work. I'm ready to achieve the goals right and I understand that I can have work and I can have play but when I work. I need to work when I play. I need to play and show up that way for myself in. So you know it really kind of spurred me this whole weekend have been thinking about and then thinking about my followers that are business owners have been thinking about the members of my team that are business owners and thinking about the women out there that are working fulltime jobs building a side hustle now wearing the hat of schooling our kids. And were you know in through the past couple of months it's been quarantine so we've been stuck in our homes what we don't have other things that we can do other than work and watch TV or work and do schoolwork with our kids and so as things are a lot of people. Their businesses have like exponentially grown in direct marketing. I'm watching people's businesses. Low Up right and it's so cool to watch. People have such incredible success but also starting to see that if we aren't smart about the way we business rate now that we can lose a lot of what we've created we can take we can just basically everything can crumble and fall if we aren't smart if we aren't getting ahead of the game so in today's episode. I'm just a really WANNA peel back. The layers of what's the next phase of life? Look like you know. We did this. Whole series about life in quarantine and how to handle crisis. But how do you handle coming out of it? How do you handle being able to start going to sporting events with your kids again and being able to go to some more public places you know? How do you still set boundaries so that you are enjoying your life things you haven't been able to do for quite some time but you're not forgetting that you were working towards making a change during this season of quarantine so there are five things that I wrote down? We're going to talk through today right. And the first one is time management so we sort of start to see things opening up as kids. Start getting out of school as as you may even be going back to a fulltime job again where you're not working remotely anymore. But you're in an office or wherever it. Is that you work. Managing your time was important when we were in quarantine right. But it's also just as important as you come out of quarantine so taking a look at your calendar and if you don't have a planner or you don't use Google calendar encourage you to do that and start to say okay. So when am I gonNa Invest In my in myself when my fitness going to happen when my nutrition. GonNa Happen but when am I going to build the hustle this side hustle that I want to you know pay for our vacations or be able to pay off that debt or be able to buy the new furniture that we wanted for the house or redecorate the patio or the game room? Whatever your goals are for this business as life starts to have you know. Open back up again. How do you make sure that it's not like oh? Those dreams were great when I was in Quarantine. But you know what? It's not so bad I don't mind this job it's I don't love it but you know what it pays the bills and I know some of you are are starting to go through that so I just WanNa say listen. Create the vision in your mind. What you want created so crystal clear. I want you just to take some time this week as as we start. You know you sort of short week this week. We're kind of wrapping up school at once. You just really get clear about. Okay what did they learn about myself over the past sixty days and who do I want to be right in the next year when we look at June of Twenty twenty one? Where do I WANNA BE? What is the life that I want to create and closing your eyes in saying I understand that I may not have to you know skip the TV shows or get up super earlier? Stay up super late or turn down some of those. You know invitations to do fun things because I need to build my business right now and I know that that won't last forever so adding to remind myself that this short term sacrifice is worth the long term success that I'm GonNa have for me especially even over the summer months I will get up early. I will set my alarm earlier and I will wake up and I will answer the email inbox. I will send the invites that will do the follow ups. I will make them connecting with my people. You know I'll schedule all of my important meetings for earlier in the morning so that I leave time in the afternoon for play. I may come back in in the evenings. You know nine o'clock at night when the kids are winding down and and everybody's in bed and I may do another round of check ins and follow ups in crossing my my tease indicting. My is for the week but I'm going to manage time and it's not going to be A. Oh well if it's raining I'll I'll show up for my business. It's going to be a nope. This business is going to be my freedom so that in two to three years from now I can work three to four hours a day and the rest of the day is mine rate like right. Now you're working the business. You're teaching the kids. But they're going to be in school day and one day you're going to be able to have the opportunity to choose to walk away from that job to just do the business. You're trying to build and get it off the ground but if you're not willing to make the sacrifice right now and it's hard right now when people are distracting. You is shiny objects and listen. I used to have this sticky note. That was on my on my computer. That said you will delay instant gratification. For long term success you will delay instagram vacation for long term success and the reason that I had that on there was because it whether it was you know saving my money so that I could pay off my debt or it was you know. I will delay instant gratification of sleeping in so that I can have long term success. I will delay the gratification of papa myself down on the couch at night and watching hours of TV. I'll delay that gratification of mindless numbing. So that I can. I can have the kind of income and the kind of flexibility kind of freedom to do what I want. So you find what is it. What do you need to delay right? Now what kind of instant gratification do you need to delay so that you can create the long term lifestyle and success that you want that all comes down to being accountable to yourself and keeping that vision alive? The second thing is. We've got to be innovative and creative if we want to come out of this season of isolation and we WANNA grow and we want to thrive. It doesn't matter what business you run. You have to be innovative. You have to be able to look at the current business model and say how can I find ways to save people differently? How can I find ways to grow my email list? How can I find ways to connect and collaborate with people even though maybe right now it's it's just building connection it's having conversations? It's doing some things for.
"mitro" Discussed on Section 138
"I think we can just be happy if we get baseball hall you are you are right. Unfortunately I guess the only other thing that happened this week there is a livestream of. Who's a few players? Blake Snell hundred pence Trevor Bauer. There's fewer players who were playing AMMO. Be The show played streaming. It was fun it was fun to watch. I only caught part of it I caught the game between Blake. Snell and and hunter pence and Blake smell like be. It was like eight zero or something. It was really really fun to watch and they're talking about other players and I think for some reason. Snell had trout on his team. He was playing raise. Obviously he had Mike Trout on his team was playing him. Centerfield and there was a ball hit into the gap and like Mike. Trump didn't totally run for the ball and Blake. Snow was joking that like all Mike. Trump would run for that. Paul Mitro never takes a break on the baseball field. Ever it was. It was really fun to watch. You got to see these players out of their normal environment and they're being really real and it was. It was fun. I'd like to see more of that type of stuff this off season anytime. You get your favorite athletes or even favorite celebrities. Just you know going more on social media and in this case trimming games as I think it's I think it's really cool and I think gum. Yeah I did see that game. I think Freddy Freeman on his team to Aba. I Dunno I guess they did some sort of fantasy draft team where they because they add a bunch of players on everything but from personal spirits. It'll be the show is a spectacular game. It's fun and I think. In my opinion it's probably the it's created by the best or it's got the best features of all the other games. You can argue with me all you want but I just think it's got the best graphics and everything all the little details. I think they cover. I think they get spot on. But it's definitely one of my era games to play and yeah I mean it's really cool to see all these athletes stand volved with us like you said out of their comfort zone whether that's going live on instagram posting more. And things like that. But it's you know with all of us pretty much trapped in our houses against something else to keep their entertainment. You WanNa take a break from netflix or video games pretty much yeah I mean I don't have A. PS Four. I would love to play the show but I don't have. Ps Four. But I do have an antenna switch so I have. Rbi Baseball twenty. I when I first got it. I was having fun playing but then I started watching videos of the show and Kinda Lost I. The shows looks so much better. I it's fun to play but it's not it's not great. It's still something to do right but yeah definitely definitely one day. It's better than nothing. You GotTa get off your checklists. You definitely have to try and we'll be the show eventually no matter where it is. You definitely have to do that. And I don't know if you've been falling but I've seen Mike Wilner twitter account the past couple of days. He's kind of doing a blue thing like where he's in on. Some sort of website actually filling out like the scoreboard and tallying everything. And I think it's pretty cool by you know the past couple of days. Been the Jason Getting blown out. But I don't know you're not on the topic of that. There is for anyone listening. Who is interested in for your brazen there is There's there's this. Mit graduate. Who started thing is called Bob Ball? It's an and he's streaming games on the show with live commentators. And I know this because I signed up to to do play by play for some of the Blue Jay but so like streaming on twitch twitch dot TV slash. Nl BOUGHT BALL BE OT B. A. L. L. And it's it's just like the Games and live announcers so it's it's we're we're making do. We're trying to find any way we can to have some sort of baseball to walk in creative. Yeah but that's we start tomorrow. Tomorrow is like opening day for Su- bluejays putting the red SOx two PM twitch dot TV slash Imelda you call in that game. I am too many fun sitting in you. Should I'll post on instagram about it. But yeah so. We're finding any way to keep us entertained. Yeah we'll get Jacob into Is there anything else happening happening in the baseball world right now? I think that might be unfortunately but you know we made guitar hero. Forty six minutes. Yeah we did pretty good for the listeners. Who are still here. Yeah all right. Thank you to everyone who listened and probably will be back next week. Hopefully something to talk about hopefully Jacobs back. Yes take up having troubles with his computer computer. If you're listening to all day still can't.
"mitro" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"I mean it's a awesome just to listen to him but what matters is not that he's an awesome speaker speaker because there's awesome speakers all over the place what matters is what he says and whether what he says works there's no atheist equivalent Ravi Zacharias. That's my my point think can't none I don't know I always it. Always just so angry all the time and maybe like Michael Shurmur seems like a nice guy. Well Yeah I debated Michael like three hours behind micro three hours on national radio. Show Hugh Hewitt show. He just kind of a nice guy I yeah he's he hang out get. He has longer hair. He wears a leather jacket. You know he's Kinda. got this this cool vibe. He drives a motorcycle. I think rides a motorcycle. Whatever you know but still the issue isn't whether he's cool? The issue is whether his ideas work. Yeah Yeah obviously. It's a it's a joke but it doesn't bother me in debates between Christopher Hitchens. He's he always wanted. These points are being this like text the British bad boy. Yeah Yeah even though. He made a horrible point. They can sense he just went all these these points. I charm is hard not to like him. It was hard not to like him. I agree yeah. Yeah but that's a liability in a debate so I don't do so many of anymore just because of the best ideas don't always win. Gamesmanship plays a huge march. Yeah Yeah so next point cow interesting argument argument. I'm thinking about becoming an atheist now that I learned that he's got a motorcycle and other Jack Closer. I'm like really doesn't well. There's nearly eight minutes to so you're we're not gonNA be cool just by being easiest all right. You're already pretty cool. He's got no hair on your face a lot of hair interfaces. Yeah that is go for the Santa Beard Right now. It's Christmas it's like spiritual gives us our powers. If you cut our beards we'd lose the move away. Did you say the Santa Bear Santa Beard over beard too much red in. I thought you said Santa Bear like those little. Maybe little bears because that would fit you better you like you to look you look kind of cuddly. I think Greg Goggles with me. This is awkward. Should I step out of the next argument the next quick gentler as the next break out into charismatic gibberish. You start rolling around on the floor and boom backdrop then making drop them on rock and roll away again. Yeah how about repeatedly shout get behind. May they say well assuming Gandalf's classic you shall not pass goes which dealt with that yet have this you gotTa have the the staff that that one had a bang it down and break bridge the whole deal a good argument for the existence of God that Lord of the Rings exists. I think I don't know if you're a big Lord of the Rings Fan. I love it I love it. I'm trying to see the connection. Well like if God didn't exist how could there be Lord of the Rings Boom Mitro Mitro. That's that's a bonus argument. Oh that's the bonus mic. Drop all right then again. The hobbit movies were made so hard on this. I'm still confused but that's all right. Well usually your logic evades meet here. Just usually don't encounter arguments of this level. That's that's you're you're in over your head all right. Oh my gosh medic. Settle the argument with the chick fillet versus atheist. Chicken Chicken Sandwich blind taste test. Can't do that anymore. We actually wrote the house while ago so it doesn't work anymore so sad. I talked about this on my own show. I'm Johnny come lately and this is old news but it took me a while to get around and I only have two hours a week on my own show but there are other things that were pressing but oh this associated. This is so sad so I'm not I never liked chick fillet anyway having food. That's right but I was kinda rooting for him because the a plan being big guys in in in takeout and still willing to stand for what was good right true kind of thing but not anymore. In fact it's worse than not just Kinda back and down there given beaucoup money to the bad guys and this is. This is the ADS. Massive insult to injury as far as concern. Yeah I'm really curious kind of how that all went down. We're supposed to talk to a guy from the salvation army on the show Coming up soon here so curious to see on Tuesday. I've read their statement on the air and they were very gracious and very generous. which is exactly what I expect from them and they said legged if you guys are into giving your money more people are helping the homeless People need to eat. And that's what we do and where the biggest ones in in the world. So we're a little confused about what you said about whatever now my wife and I we support Salvation Army because we don't give money on the street to people we give it salvation number. We know what's going to help people on the street but it could be done right anyway. So this is a yeah My recommendation is instead of and I said that on the air don't eat the chick-fil-a fillet take that money. And give it to the Santa with the kettle. Now there's there's a second job we right there on the week on the kettle. Yeah You well well paid jobs here you get a cut. Gosh just jangle some out of their shift. Yeah but then you could never run for president as the Democrat. Because he didn't get canceled. This is so dumb. Got A we drop the MIC. Yeah we got three with three or four. Say you're stealing all your moral arguments from Judeo Christian worldview. I'm calling the COPS. Then call the cops the micro officer When you drop the MIC is and I think there is a parent in the in in the kind of response that's offered but I wanna hear this? WH UH-HUH I mean is this. I got that idea from I did see to beat once because it is a in truth I really is true right. There's a there is an argument. Is there any truth to Asai Guy do this every single thing. They said he just made the exact same argument about morality. He never faster. He right Red Frank Turks book stealing from God which is fabulous book by the way. But there's an art to using these arguments and by the way I had a conversation like this with an atheist and what he's doing is complaining about the God of the Bible doing all these nasties right especially the Old Testament and they can find these things and they don't understand the circumstances in any way they they complain all right and so my question was okay. Where where are you getting your standard by which you're judging? God help me out here. I mean I I can answer the question doing get to that later but I'm just trying to make sense of the question coming from an atheist and that was my and what ended up happening. Is he acknowledged that really what he was saying is that the god of the Bible did not act the way his evolution taught him to act. That's that's what he ended up. Well I had asked the question that way and he said he agreed you too. It was interesting you know it just showed. This is kind of absurd but there is a there is a point there. Yeah Yeah but it It can be done ham handedly. Apparently the the person you're listening to the videos our guy had invited an atheist to his church to perform a debate for his congregation. And it's almost like you just read one book. And then he's she's the one argument of the book and every time they said anything that was embarrassed for the guy but Okay so number. Nine Kylie gotten this. Well I think we're on number eight started. Skip skipped one. Why do people say God bless you when you sneeze brief silence and say case closed case close because then hate on Repeatedly bring everything back to the Kalem cosmological argument until your opponent is exhausted. Then hit them with Second Lau thermodynamic. Yeah well as clear. You're not a player here. Mispronounced Kalem column. I thought it was some Old Testament. Guy The Kalem Guy Johnson August kilom- donkey Caitlyn's that's right. Caleb is the CAW which also is a is a good argument but again getting there. So there's a way to use it okay. All right last one blindsided with a long pensive pause uh and then finish them off with one word said trump ways. It's sad sad. Oh not good. But that's two words. Oh I added nothing parsimony. THEIR NAMES DOT com. I'm just I'm confirming okay. Well what does she know. Yeah that's what I was wondering how these people yeah well someday early. Well see this is the deal you know when you don't know you could say it any way you have have to be like the condom cosmological argument so like when you're reading these names in the Old Testament and your preacher or something you can butcher it. You can say it any way you want. Just do it with confidence. Finance McMaster does that and he'll throw letters aren't even in there. Yeah amazing people know how to say that. Wow well healthy thing clearly not even up there like Suckley. Funny I love I love when he read the names All right well let's get into some actual actual evangelism. Oh that wasn't the serious. Oh yeah that was. That was more trying to help you out all right. Just give me some little little tricks. I could use you know all right so I'm a super awkward guy and people. I don't know it's hard for me to socialize and it's like oh we are so while you're in a room is sort of a Mike Mike. Exactly Yeah we just lock ourselves in you so you know it's like Oh. Hey Hey. Do you like football. I guess I like football. I don't know and it's just like hey do you believe in God. And it's super weird. Did you know I'm not good at it. So how do you. How do you bring up God and a conversation? Well I don't bring up conversations in that way. Is He not good. Here's a guy. I rest my case kit behind me. You know I just I I'm trying to be a regular. NFL You know just an ordinary guy and this is a concern. I have bike Christians that they kind of go into this religious mode the closer they get to a church the more in the mode they go in the worst are the pastors standing in front of an audience. I have a lot of respect for pastors. But they have us because they're doing a hard job but they have. I'm kind of a script that they go by and then Christians pick up the script and it's it's kind of a church script. The problem is it's hard to talk to people like like that. It's kind of like remember seeing a comedy routine. You know how flight attendants used to talk. They don't do it so much anymore but they had this kind of way of talking. That was really annoying. Go up at the end of every sentence or somehow did this okay and so then there was a gallon this TV show and she kept talking looking like that and then as she walked away somebody lead over said well. She's a flight attendant another word. She took her annoying flight attendant voice and was using it everyday. Conversation Conversation and so a lot of Christians take their annoying to outsiders and sometimes annoyed inside annoys me Christian kind of voice and they carry it out and you know a lot of your Kinda tongue-in-cheek uh Mike drops right. There were kind of exports from church environment. Admit you know and and as if this is going to communicate now I fly a lot so who who listen to flight attendants anymore. You can no matter how they talk. It's Act Blah Blah Blah. That's what they say. Unless unless you fly and like southwest you know they have you know you get on the flight attendant attendances. Hi We're here. Shut up I got something to say you know. And they have their own comedy routine. Yeah they do that and they say we're here get out you know so but people people had start laughing and they're paying attention because they break the the they're just broken the mold a little bit and then all of a sudden people become conscious of what she's saying. Same thing here with Christians and we we get into this script and people there is glass over. It's it's like You know it's it's Blah Blah Blah. It's Christian Yacky ack ack and so they just They tune it out but we begin to engage people about important topics that have spiritual substance a ramifications. But we talk like a normal person person. That's GonNa make a huge difference.
"mitro" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
"The bomb. Tom Dot com and when I went to his podcast and started listening to it. I'm glad that you had given me that warning ahead of time because she is right he is a little bit dry. I you know his but his application his principles of the mindset in changing the way we look at life is very much how I lead you were a lead from and where I intend to go and so one of the episodes was talking about who you need to be in order or to reach your goals for your life and that just hit me like a ton of bricks and so many walk you through this activity today day because very often in business I work with people who say to me a few things I will be happy or fulfilled or or I will be successful. When I reach a recognition in my company or a rank in my company or a specific amount of money in my bank account or yeah I've been in business for this amount of time and so we begin to measure our success by certain benchmarks and then we also so say things like I'll be a leader n. I reach a certain income level or rank or income right and maybe your guilty of that right now. You're shaking in your head. You're like Oh yeah I keep waiting for myself to get to the destination so that I become confident and I'm confident and comfortable at posting on social media and sharing during my story and recruiting people to become part of my team and so what we have to kind of break that false mindset that is take a step back and say okay. It's not about getting to the goal that makes us be that person. It's actually showing up to day right where we are at being that person so let's break that down to give you an example when I was in the kind of the trenches of building my organization and I was rising up through the ranks and I was starting to have some success and I was setting goals for myself. I put a a goal on my goal board that I wanted to be part of the top ten in our company and I wrote that on my goal board and I would look at that every single day and then I took it. One step further got out of the bathroom. I got out of the shower one morning and I grabbed a tube of lipstick and I wrote on my bathroom through mere. I am the top in my company. I am the number one person in the company Benin and when I read that to myself immediately sent chills up my up my spine rate all the hair on my arms stood up and it scared me so I raced it but what happened was every morning when I would step out of the shower in the mirror was fogged up. I would see I am the top coach in the network and what happened to me is at first it made me uncomfortable because it was a really big goal and I couldn't imagine the place where I was at that moment comment and then beat coming that person in how I was going to make it happen so the steps were unclear. How is going to get there if it was possible was very unclear but it started to step out of that shower and I started to say I am the top coach of team each body and then I very simply said to myself. So what does is that person needs to do. How do I need to act to day as if I am already there and so what I did was I I started to say well. Atop coach is not afraid to invite people to join her team. A top coach is not afraid to share her vision with the people that are currently following her on social media or in her team page. You know a top coach is not afraid to do follow ups is not afraid to go. Live is not afraid. The host trainings is not and so I began to make a list of all the ways that I could become that person through my daily actions at that moment regardless of my rank in the company my amount of money in my bank account I began to act as if I was already that person awesome even if you're leading a team of one right now act as if you are leading the top team in your organization and in your company right in your area if it is a brick and mortar business and so what I would encourage you guys to do is to get crystal clear on what it is that you want to be and so I did this activity last week and I grabbed a post it note pad and ANA posted notepad. I grabbed a dark black marker and I wrote on their high am and then I wrote in what I want to be where Miami current life and I want you guys to do that too. I am right a top recruiter. I am leading an amazing team of motivated women Eamon. Now what you want to do is get out a separate sheet of paper and write down all of the ways that you can be that person today day. So what does that person do right insert like writing it down okay. Am I being that person that invites others people to join my team. Am I being being that person that creates content that is actually boldly inviting people to join my team. Am I the person that has a top team and I'm front running. mentorship calls and I'm doing one on ones and I'm leading my team in the answer is no if you're looking at your calendar and your calendar. It's full of meetings and to do that. Have nothing related to the person you want to be. You are moving yourself farther away from where you WANNA. Go so get out your planner your Google calendar. Whatever you use to track your day your day's activities and then right on their how you are where you're going to do those things so for example it is Tuesday and if you're saying to yourself I am a top recruiter recruiting a powerhouse team right or an elite team or whatever it is the top point ten percent in the company then on your planner for the day should be activities that are going to be related pleaded to bringing people onto your team? Maybe it is I'm going to send out an email to my current clients letting them know about the business opportunity I am. I'm going to go live inviting people to join my team. I am going to make a post today and it talks about why so passionate about what I do and where people can connect connect with me. I am going to tell my story of how I built my business to date. I am going to showcase success stories this week of other people in in my industry that have also had significant financial success and so now my daily activities aren't full of managing my current customers watching hours of training scrolling social media and watching everybody else's stories. I'm now being intentional with the work that I'm doing and what am I doing. I am beat coming that person through my daily consistent behaviors and disciplines very simple right now sitting on my computer screen is a sticky note that says I am a highly sought after keynote speaker speaker when I wrote that on that sticky note. Do you know how I felt. I was like Oh this is amazing. This is exactly who I want to be. This is exactly where I see myself going and then. I asked myself a really important question. Am I actually being that person right now and it was a sharp. No I don't have have a media kit put together. I don't have a portfolio of pass speaking engagements. My Lincoln is not updated. I haven't written any pitches lately and so oh. I thought to myself okay if I want to be that highly sought after keynote speaker. What do I need to do and so I made a list of all the things things I just listed to you went over to my calendar and then I actually made time this past weekend to start working on some of those activities even yesterday. I spent spend just twenty minutes reaching out starting to gather some information from you know other people that I needed to work work on that media kit with I started to take steps to be calm that person that I wanted to be so in your business right now now. This is very simple. This very easy sit down. Ask Yourself. Who Do I want to be. What are the activities. I need need to do to be that person. And how can I do them to day. I want everybody to do this activity. I WANNA see your post it notes. I actually want you to tag me on on Social Media Tag Women Inspiring Women Podcast Tag Melanie Metro. LemMe hear it. I WanNa hear what you're GonNa do and then put this sticky note in a place where you will literally early. Look at it every single day. Mine is the first thing that I look at when I wake up in the morning and walk into my office. It is right there on the outside of my computer screen. You can see that sticky. No you know exactly who it is that I want to be and I know exactly what it is that I need to do on a daily basis to take one tiny millimeter step forward it is not ought about this giant quantum leap bright from where you are today to where you WanNa go but it is about showing up daily being consistent with your efforts now. The second part of this is your belief belief system. So many of us have this belief system that we can actually be successful because of previous failures previous setbacks previous obstacles in our life. Maybe somebody has told us that. We're not worthy of success that we can't be successful successful that we will always fail it. Everything we do were not good enough and so we've we've come into where we are in the present day with these stories and a lot of them are actually very much so subconscious subconscious stories and narratives we told ourselves for years and years and years and so we get into the business we have these these great ambitions these great goals and we say we're going to do something but we don't do it. So the second part of what I want to talk talk to you about today is actually your subconscious mind because we can say I am the person we want to become. We can make a list list of the activities but if we have this sub conscious narrative negative loop going on inside of our brains we will never be able to be calm the person we want to become because just when we get close we're going to self sabotage ourselves so maybe you grew up in you had a teacher. Who told did you you were. You were never gonna be anything in life or maybe you at a parent. That told you you know you you were going to be a failure or maybe you have a spouse. That doesn't believe in you or maybe you always get to a certain number on the scale. When you're trying to lose weight and you you say to yourself. I can never get below this this number on the scale. I can never get back to that size that I wore pre kids and so what happens is you begin to self sabotage yourself. You start to have a little bit of success you start to lose the weight you start to see the pounds melting off and all of a sudden then you get close to that number that you've you have never been able to get below and you start eating more use start making unhealthy choices new start skipping tipping your workouts and so what happens is this negative loop. This negative story told yourself becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy and you turn around and go see see the I can't actually be that person I can actually be successful right and so we then subconsciously self sabotage our future success us. Maybe you're saying to yourself. I'm a bad recruiter. I'm not good at growing a team and so what you do is I say. Well why're wire. Why do you feel like you're a bad can't get anybody to join my team. Everybody that signs up they always quit and so then I started diving in start looking at your behaviour I go to your social media. I start start looking at at where you're spending your time in your business and I begin to see we'll. You're not even inviting people to join you. You're not following up..
"mitro" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Off Jake would assure from to Merced. Hey, you can do it in style. Now man, Jake, why don't you just walk up in DT merging just pick up a buck ten shirts walk, I would? Look at me, right? In my face. Got that the grain powerful shirt right there. Powerful mar Thomas Martime's rate there. What up son Martin drew that you drew that. Yeah. You should have a career in this. Relocated. Sunday. God is very good told him keep it up. Kid be somebody one day one day. But there it is. Man. That's a limited edition shirt, right there for the month of June. And I might try to extend it because of Mitro put it on some different styles. But maybe not I'm not saying you'd be like something that you see right. They're going get it. Of course if you miss out on that we have the click blessed with the way logo. We got the florescent logo. Hoodies. We got coffee cups, right, here, the baby tease. We got the phone covers in the gift of choice. With the gift certificate and keep in mind that those Canadian prices go moss. Creamy on a lot of the people are getting them in there in good, ole USA, betas, America books. Yeah. American dollars worth something exactly won't be much longer. And my wife is scaring. He's in the dollars going to be worth shit up to and Twitter, twenty twenty-five. But then guess she's been read on these conspiracy theories. So you gotta get her off that man. That's a, that's a rabbit hole. Ray was going on. Demon remember this conspiracy fucking mind. Yeah. Man. All women. Yeah. Oh man. That was real tell you about the Bill, just gotta let you guys know, please go to double toasted dot com and.
"mitro" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Bill. Continuing now with our special show, where we stand an indepth look at real estate in America right now, as you know, today's digital world has transformed real estate like never before buying and selling properties is entirely different than it was even ten years ago. So let's talk about those changes now and especially one of the biggest video joining us now is a real tour who's regarded as a video pioneer across America. Nicole Nicolay is a real tour with the angle group at compass in Livermore, California. Besides being a successful real estate professional Nicolas's, also a blogger and one of the most highly sought after speakers in real estate, she's been named one of the most influential people in the entire real estate field. So Nicole in today's market right now. What is the? The hottest digital real estate tool out there. There's a lot of tools out there. But the greatest tool is yourself. I know how high tech is that right? The greatest tool. Is it actually knowing your strengths and building upon the strength with great technology? So for me, I love video, I'm super passionate. I've been you know, an early adopter of utilizing video in my businesses for over a decade. And so when I started wearing the realtor hat five years ago, I was a little about video, and then I had to just talk the talk and walk the walk and my strategies have changed using video over the last five years, but I love where I'm going now with it. So if I am in the market to sell my home in two thousand nineteen how would I be using video to the best possible advantage? Like video, we're definitely not talking about the virtual tours of the past kind of static photos that of look like they're moving. We are talking about incorporating video, where perhaps, the agent is included in the video, not just the home. I mean obviously, you wanna make the home the show stopper, and you want to elicit that emotion and Kella quick story with some of the best features of the home, whether it's the kitchen or right now I have a listening. I'm about ready to put on a family friendly backyard. Adrian backyard in Warren country. But this backyard has a bunch of, and it's got a great outdoor space, and I'm really going to showcase that outdoor space within that ninety second video, and I'm gonna utilize aerial, so Mitro videographer, while she video, and then I'm gonna write a script, you know, beginning middle and end in that middle is going to really hone in on what those teachers home are and put together a ninety second video that will low. Endorse sellers, nine and we'll again attract those potential buyers Nicole. You've just explained some really amazing video techniques, but the big question how important is video to selling a house in today's market. Is it optional? Is it icing on the cake? Or is it crucial? It's crucial. We're in the San Francisco Bay area. This market is in transition right now. We used to be a really hot hot hot sellers market. And now we're kind of normalizing. And so you can't just stick a sign in the ground. You've gotta have a specific plan going forward and a great video for your home is going to be high on that list. It may not be number one for you. But it should definitely be number two or three now. One thing you said was fascinating to me. You said ninety seconds you didn't say nine minutes. You didn't say four minutes. He didn't say fourteen minutes, you said ninety seconds. Why? Because, you know, we have the attention spans flies and, and. Media is moving fast. You see people as you walk down the street you go get your coffee. Everyone glued to their phone. You know, we're scanners of information. So we want to take it in and get to the next thing. So if you're not grabbing people's attention in very beginning with just some all inspiring videography photos, verbiage, or even incorporating, obviously, the catching, you know, more and more, we were seeing captioning, because a lot of people are maybe in a workplace where it's an open workflow. And so they can't have their own computer sound on. So again, short videos, and having that captioning is going to be very important to grab people's attention. Cole. I was wondering if you could join us, again, in the next hour of real estate today, and we'll continue our conversation. Sharon, thanks, Nicole. Nicole Nicolay with the angle group at compass.
"mitro" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"And really. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. So we'd go up and there's like twenty literally college kids standing there people. It was wild. It was pretty crazy. It was pretty crazy so shot at the Boise. We appreciate you, by the way, still others pinched nerve, it's getting better. It's getting better at last night was the longest I've gone without fucking Advil relations. Great. You didn't pop any Ville obsolete? Possum Melis chewy chewy mill. Okay. Guys. Shuli mills chewy Advil as we need. Sorry about that you need some fucking pep though. Got new from the beer who'd every I everytime, we perform I'm like, okay tonight. I'm not drinking after the show not going to drink. I'm just going to go to bed and feel good in the morning, whatever it's not it's not even like a get drunk after the shows. I just have one or two, but it's like after we performance. All I wanna do. Yeah. Dude. It's. I don't know. I'm down myself hard tonight for no reason fucking this. Whatever man, I'll write some shit. No balance back. I'm just mad at myself forgetting those tags. That's all it was. Yeah. Could account with more fun? It's fine. It's good. I mean, the thing that I think that's crazy is like, you know, we're doing thirty days, and then a couple of shows after an seems really long, but they're fucking so many bands and acts out there that do this like like half of the year four months now long fucking, dude. It's crazy to me that we fucking have done. Now seven shows, we're not even we're not even finished the first age of the tour. Yep. Poster. Yeah. We still have so much longer to go. Yeah. And it's fucked, which is awesome. Also would like, you know, it's crazy. It's just time for. Yeah. And you know, Tom was pointing out on Monday. He's like, isn't it so fucked we're going to be in Kansas on Wednesday. I'm like holy shit. We are just hit me. How many states we are skipping? Yeah. And then we're going to be all of Minnesota. And then fucking Chicago in one week in one fuck in week. Now man is crazy. I don't know if this is boring or not to here. Yeah. You know? Let us know because we won't talk about it. If you don't hear about it. Yeah. I just feel it said it's got to be somewhat interesting hearing what the stuff on the inside. I guess I don't know. I've always wondered what it's like the tour, and I I mean apart from the logistics. I think it's just you know, it's nice to have your own bathroom. It's nice to wake Waco to your own stuff. And and have that comfort. It was funny. It's Tom when we got back last night. We got we got to the bus, and we went and he's like it's fucked up that this feels like home. I went damn you're right. Like what you went as in like our backer our back. Yeah. Just like just like, oh, we made it through the snow like like because we we had to walk down. Because our Uber driver was just confused as fuck. Yeah. So we had to walk to our Uber down this hill. We basically walked half the hill to get to the fun. Okay. Then he was driving crazy. So it's like all that. But you know, you would think that we give back to the bus like all, right? We're back to the bus. But we it was like a home where my God. I didn't feel like that. At all. I came close. I heard the. Like the the bus, and I was like. Generally, this means it just means fucking twelve hours of this. This crazy Mary. Spills like. Oh, dude. And then what coming from somebody's bunking to somebody whacking at Al spanking off. Dude. I woke up in the middle of the night. Does like how delusional like a spilt water wooder wooder? He's Bill water rice because I had a water bottle in my bunks. I was drinking because. Jesus. Sorry. The top bunk. Like right by where the heaters at so Mitro Mitro. Wow. I can't speak on my throat. We're much wrote much was dry my throat was so dry, man..
"mitro" Discussed on Embedded
"And again, I are walk saloon windows, and if back again to the plot from you can use win the smack lean express as the end, even raspberry pi or similar car sites. Busy because plotter Myo is is written in python Spiro pilot implementation, and we don't have any dependencies to operating system just where the pied on works, plotter Myo worse to it's very very easy is fully open source for one of the other things that I are has is the ability to work with many microcontrollers and to provide some libraries related to this microcontrollers, CMC's and hardware abstraction layers. Platform. I o has some of that as well. Right. Yes. But. I think it's better to expense for the other side so Zeiss plus from your core. This like an engine consists from the Bill system library dependency things back, it's management and sip eyesight called platform. A yo development platform to distribute were. Silicone Mando or Surra provider described plot for my core. How to do source goat have to applauded had to the dividing? So and I mean silicon vendor are responsible to provide the things like frameworks Fisher described before and things related to. Tool chains and specific flabby of flags and other things. 'cause Myo has decentralized architectures, and you can create demonstrable different development platforms. But engaged, for example. I are you can do that. You just should follow their rules. And use the words they provide you because it's close source that is no source code for the you just need to use Z provide you. Oh, yeah. And we're picking on I buying. It's any of the closed source ones is what we're sort of comparing to Kyle and whatnot. But with those you get a series of check boxes as you start a new project. You get a flow, and you don't have to make a lot of decisions. Well, yes, I mean guided through the disease guy at your guided through the decisions with your handheld does platform, you have something along those lines. I think we shall alita a little bit different full. Because for example, if you start project with I r is started from that, micro control. Yes, you you select the families so Michael control. But in case, the deployed from your use elect divorce. This is this really may be the first the first hour issue, which we should fix soon resale and future requests in our episode cop like to allow the star project from the Mitro Vento because today we supper around six hundred different boards. And sometimes it's not easy to do some development. If we don't suppose this bore, for example, you shout. Development Board on your table. Based on some is the micro sheep. Yes. But in production, you prefer to use a little bit different ship. And there is no development bore for this cheap nuclear bore or as Moore. And there are some tricky to visit plot from, but I mean, I. I mean, if you would like to use this are the, you know or a arm best frame, but if you could with a low level, Alexa is the substitute coop. So it's no problem. Okay. If I was an art doing oh developer. I was new at doing development, and I had aboard say. In ESP, thirty two board. He says are so very popular. And yet they are doing a processing interface for them as. At best. How do I get started with platform Mia? Actually, it's very easy because if you open our pathway home, this ignition tour, the idea ideas, which resolve it's our our surprise component. And rise the.
"mitro" Discussed on First Things First
"And so for me, it's about going out there like I said be myself, Lena, my teammates and try to go out there. And when a big football game, you know, they're handing out the first five thousand fans that get to Arrowhead, they're giving out the Patrick Mahomes headbands to to be that guy to start a game in the playoffs to know that these fans they want to look like you emulate you. It's must be such an unbelievable feeling nickel start with you. Which of these two quarterbacks. We just heard for them. Do you trust more in this game? I trust Mahomes more. But that is not a slight on look. So let me just say something about luck. Because I luck is a guy that I got really wrong early on in that. I saw I knew what is draft profile was. And he was going towards it. And then after your three he seemed to get worse entail off. And I didn't know the extent of his injury. And I was highly critical of them. And now that we see that he's healthy who he is the guy he was looking like he was going to be after your three, which is one of the very best quarterbacks in football. So that was something I got wrong on luck. And this isn't an indictment on luck at all. But Patrick Mahomes been the best player in the NFL this year, and he's at home and the teams that healthiest it's been all season. And he's going to have the fullest complement of weapons. He's had absent Kareem hunt since week one of the season. And I think they have a tactical as far as a Matic edge with Andy Reid for all those reasons I trust Patrick, Mahomes, even though it's as first career playoff start. And I know there's a long list of quarterbacks that have struggled in their first career playoff start one of them. Who didn't by the way is the guy is compared to the most Brett farve Brett farve first career playoff game. Not only did he about one five rating, but it ended with a forty yard touchdown pass the Sterling Sharpe in the wake. Inning moments of the game to win the game. So the guy who he is modeled after Tom said he reminded him of he had an excellent playoff debut Mitro's, Patrick Mahomes as much not more than I trust any quarterback in the NFL right now because over sixteen games he's been the best player in the NFL. We talked yesterday though, the the thing with Patrick Mahomes is the stage could be a little big for him. He gets a little rattled earlier on in games..
"mitro" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Right. Jury. Welcome back to the show brash. It's great to be back. Thanks had fun time. As you win. We did lucky six looking forward to the same for Valley Forge the threat. So you got a new book out Valley Forge now this is interesting. It's just like an iconic moment in American revolutionary history. I think all of us has seen the the painting of Washington praying. We'll talk about that you're in a bit. But what got you thinking about valley? Forge in writing writing the history of this event in such great detail. Frankly, it was a family affair believe it or not I have a twenty year old twenty one year old is twenty one now son Liam Antoine with hyphen and his mother's French and Liam one has been is a dual citizen. He's been bilingual since infancy. He's in university of the UK now speaks for different languages, but one Daggs was six or seven years ago. He was thirteen or fourteen we're down on my wife's house outside of Philadelphia for holiday was Christmas. And I heard this kerfluffle. In the next room in the TV room. And I went as I was walking towards my son is kinda stopping out. I said what's wrong, son? And he said, my wife's brother had made a crack about the United States bailing France at a two world wars and my son shot back at him. Oh, yeah. If it wasn't for the marquee Lafayette in the French army, you'd be Canada right now, there wouldn't even be United States. And not only was I proud of my early team. Some for standing up to this forty year old man Brennan was like a light bulb off over my head off yet during the revolution. What a great book. And so I got a hold of my co author Tom clay when we both agree. We are just finishing up our red club book, the heart of everything that is we had already committed to the World War Two book six six but Lafayette was in the queue he was next online. And of course, as we were working on lucky six the inestimable, Sarah Val, terrific writer. She came out with her book Lafayette in this somewhat. United States so alas there goes that idea down the tubes. What's find something else? But Tom stopped me. Tom Clave, my co author and he said hold on a second. I just been doing some perfunctory research on laugh at what do you know about valley? Forge and I kind of answer at an ice was what most Americans learned in civics class or social studies or if grade history. A lot of freezing half naked men starving to death. And as you put it kind of Washington in the portrait's, he's sitting on a big white horse watching them store today. And and Tom said there, I think there might be a lot more to that winter of seventeen seventy seven seven seven eight than meets the eye that most Americans know about so by this time, I done a little research on my own and this was three February's ago. Two thousand fifteen I made an appointment with the park service's chief Valley Forge his story. And Brad I spent the day with Mitro Valley Forge and we did a walking tour for the entire day. And what I learned just in that day when I got home. I was so excited at coke live. And I said we have a book we have a book. No one no American knows the half of what was going on. If alley fork. So that's how the concept came about. So to speak a love it started with your son. Fantastic. We'll get want. In fact, I you we used to you'll see on the book. We it says contemporaneous materials materials never used before. We hired my son to go into the French archives. And find out some stuff that's been in..
"mitro" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Good morning, Cheryl. Hello, cheryl. Hi. Oh, there you go. Okay. Hi, bob. I have another citrus question. I just spent a couple of weeks with my mom in southern California. And she has she has a lemon tree. And I got her citrus food last spring to give to it might nobody has. So I the tree is kind of on it a little bit of a slope. And they built a dish around it to hold the water. If they just put the citrus suit in there is that going to get it out to the outside branches because there is no way to do it. Because part of it's in a driveway. That sounds like a wrong plant in the wrong place. But that's that's me. Yeah. I I think if you, cultivate, the ground after you put the food on I think it will get into the plant. Okay. That's what I wanted to know. All right. Decomposed granite. The problem with that would be it's attorneys is awfully good. So she may have to water more often. Probably every couple's three days 'cause it gets up to one hundred fifteen during the summer who wants to live there people. I guess. Well. San Rafael Napa, Nevada, those are God's places those are places where you ought to live. But we'll keep it a secret though, just between you and I. Okay. Thanks here. By the way, I want to there is a thing. I wanna get a warning out last night. The temperature dropped down to thirty degrees. It was a little bit cool. But that's a. That maybe people ought to be aware that they ought to start protecting their citrus. Trees. Got it. Okay. Well, I don't have one. 'cause I can't. I'm too cold where I'm at. When Napa know you can grow. Now, I don't live in now by living Gordon valley, which is Mitro micro-climate, and I live lower than most people and I get down to twenty in in the wintertime. We'll put in a barrel. You can always move it into the garage unless you don't have one. I have a garage, but it's got a car and. I had stuff. God talk to me about stuff when I sold. My real estate were Sandra, nursery, and all the rest of it. And it was because I had I did a lot of garden shows and things like that. I would have props and a lot of that was in my garage, which was a three car garage with a storeroom which I could not park a car. Now. Now, we're not quite that bad. Lumber. Okay. For the rest of the addition that hasn't been more on in the last twenty years. So okay. Well, you do have lumber. Okay. So that's something. Yeah. Number one, car and lumber. Well, I couldn't get out get it's really amazing. Finally, I did one year. I did get in there and cleaned it all out and it worked up pretty well. Except that they're cleaned out the house, and I couldn't get a car in there. Anyway. It was a losing battle. That was the last time. I got there when I moved. Of course, the owner of two and a half acres was a builder so he put houses in there. And he tore out my old house and the garage. And which is okay. You know, it was just one of those things that happen. I haven't been by there for quite some time. So I haven't really found out what's really going on. And I really don't care to the nursery was my baby for thirty years forty years forty years. And so, you know, whatever anyway, Cheryl, thanks for the call. And I hope that helps that's your mother down LA. Yeah. She well. She's in Riverside County. Oh, there's nothing wrong. Well, demar wilder mar. Oh, okay. Yeah. I know it gets hot down there. And it's something, of course, the citrus loves. Yeah. I know she has beautiful citrus. Women all over the place right now. And I think that's I had the same problem. The other guy did it's blooming, and and it has different size citrus. It has four adults. It has little ones decides of a golf ball. And it's because it's got yellow leaves on it. And it's just not being bad. Yeah. I'm not there. All I can do is say this is what needs to be done. And then I lied. Hey, you you're the child, and she's the mother you think she's going to pay any attention to one of her offspring. Forget it. Well, she's got dementia. So. Oh. That whole whole another thing. Okay. I'll give her. Right. People that are helping her. That'll be good. Yeah. Sure. Okay. Great, Cheryl, thanks for the call. And I love Napa my daughter lives up in calistoga. So let you know that. Anyway, we're going to take a little break right now. And then we're going to get to our guest and the guest is we're gonna talk about chickens this morning. So if you have a chicken problem or anything like that Lisa is an expert in that particular field, and we want to talk about that. And that's a great thing. And we've talked with her before with other books, but this is a brand new book. It's sorta called like chicken hacks, something you may not be aware of. And we're just gonna walk walk you through it. And we'll talk to her at that time. Anyway, this is Bob.
"mitro" Discussed on The Watch
"That was so what was only spared about that movie was up a truthfully. I guess the way we've had a similar sort of introduction to that Phil because like all of my knowledge feel prior to this Cape from sensationalist anti censorship documentaries, you know. You have a show you the titillated shots of the get up to. No good. Yes. As stream. It is visceral not footage walls. It's not what the whole fill is about. You know, to be this much store Gusset message, not movie. I was prepared for that to be than as as fronted sentence. It was really, really, really did catch me by surprise. It was adult watching. It was yes were Elvis, I was like, holy crap. What. Will be like to be old sets because we had all the Postle that'd be like the day I to up the set to see while had only ever be by sketched -joyed of the heated stand table. Subtly brought to life put set to be real made of wood battle that only that, but also to see about fifty to sixty villages all dressed in black occult. Robes gowns dot was surreal. What would be to kind of be outset, be like, okay with that. Yeah, yeah. How much would you pay to hear the carpenters bike banter when they were putting together some of their torture devices for you? Yeah, I I probably said about a thousand times to shoot various different h. o. diesel. The set Mitro was basically I'm a nice guy really. Yeah, Everett asked me like how the hell did you quote with this stuff? But. Cheese heads to be favourite outs of that. It's just like lots of cheese late at night. Okay. So I did want to ask you in terms of inspiration. Was there a particular piece? Was it a historical documentary and you kind of a history text or anything like that rooted in this early twentieth century rural environment, but also dance, even character, obviously, been part of the boxer rebellion. I, I gather from the movie and then there's this tension going on between the Michael sheen Malcolm character and this sort of perceived antagonism from the crown. What kind of historical things are going on in apostle that you were drawing from was the Peking boxer bellied? What did was said that us attempts while period of time we go, she tell a story. I knew I wanted it to feel turn of the century between the toward adored illegal. I knew I wanted that periods. I just loved the told of the texture, all of the feel of it, the all's. And so that was g get to be. I do. I did want it to be believed. It wanted to be contemporary said, because I did want it. I didn't wanna fall into the trap is all you know, the typical shit which would. Having to explain why you called us a cell phone of the European. Sorry, I knew I wanted to strip away all of the deck -nology from the the talent of this story. So Pekic bucks valued serve the function Doty to tell us what year we were whilst period of time. We was at story bit also involved. Just how fun this Bod willful attempts of his belief, absolute bud. Strauss could happen to have to shake his Co. beliefs to such a degree that he would throw away at abide. That was a at component tips have given us a digest of who taught us walls, but what it also gave us a sense of what he's able to do. A gal he's eighty survive. That kind of would tell us, oh, he's gonna. He's gonna be willing to put himself through Jala back that state of mind that he must be in end what he goes through in this film. Once you see that flashback, you understand that this is an aberration from his normal life. This is his life..
"mitro" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Good. Done might be feel guilty for having a beer after it. What's the fastest? You've got like you have a stent meter, be quick at all indoor one as well. Yeah. Yeah, I've got potty grain upstairs in the room over at garage tough. Jim, how putting greens Stein the potting grain end of it. The green Esau. Not quick. It all mart have got to. I went it was. What do you do with your free time at home, then free time or your time? I don't know if it's free time. With with the kids? Yeah. We got with the foundation. Now we've got a lot of obligations with that supporting charities. So their love charity dies. But yeah, mostly spending of the kids. They've just got into top Gulf. So we taking the top Gulf every now and again, the boys and they'll go wax and bowls generally don't hit too many, but. But. Other activities to do go. Little daughter as well. So during the day, she case busy normally give it to your bike when. And she can go do what she needs to do and all all, look after aver. Love to gripe into that. So we've heard about the celebrations, like when you make ninety k. when your rookie on tour, what's it like now when you went to turn or you guys, do you guys go out? Is it a big party after a win? What's it like Lasca to last year? How'd that go lost? You. Party at more place off the BMW after. After by Hillel Dr harm to Jacksonville behind. Been blasting music all pumped up or no. And then off to Chicago w Las year, we were you texting me or you'll come downtown. We got to Joe Ricky's catty, and we had two or three bays with dinner, and it's just flat. Yeah, that's just like you saw one out and ended the season. So it's a bit of that. But. Again is nothing clubs are involved. I wish we had a great story really all went out for dinner off to buy hill with my Geant. And then. Always show could show this to everyone listening. Here we filled it up. There's a quite a few dollars. We can always include this, the trophy fit, seven cans of beer. Beim w trophy. So that was very good. But yeah, I win. The travelers didn't really feel celebrated enough. I guess. I thought I was going to have more wince or not. Plus applied the following week. It was just, you know, we show how to celebrate it that more. So after these ones. Mitro celebrated improperly and. Did that might good memories at the golf course and then with the with the parties as well. So it's good to work good to enjoy success and then party hard as well along those lines, kind of cure ski your your feedback on. I feel like we care about who wins tournaments. The end of broadcast is always folks on who wins, how different does like a t five finish feel from like a t fifteen finish. Well, it depends how it happened to really sometimes all walked away from the Gulf course. The bar Nelson this year at rod. Second was not flat, but felt walk. I'll let that slip away a little bit and and then you know, you can shoot sixty four on Sunday and finished fourth and tenth and be pumped with that. So it's, it's all depend. It depends on the last guest. Guess. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean. Of a wife. Look if I do have a bad day, give me ten minutes. I'll be on his laws on lock that, but. Separate the Gulf in the off the course stuff..
"mitro" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Don't want to like don't disappoint so i'm sitting there in the hospital like mitro does closing up trying to like get all you know my epi pen and everything and oxygen and the doctors dislike smiling at me i was like am i going to be okay and this is like smiling i'm just so last face i see before i go to the other world like i'm glad you're smiling but yeah so vitamins out yes these asia in and being logic to peanuts which i've never thought about before because i'm not allergic to peanuts but that must be very very very tough not i mean every not everything but a so much stuff has been that's in it and your constantly had the smell and all the peanut sauces and stuff yeah and there's certain asian food that is very safe like japanese food is one of the safest places for peanut allergies you know it's very just like fish and rice in west hobby berries safe it's simple but to to that point i was eating sushi in cambodia and i my sushi got mixed up with a thai person at this luxury resort this tie person it was a very nice resort they had asked specifically to put peanuts on their suit new sheet of all things so that was another mishap but it was like yeah so it's like you can never be too careful here i am thinking oh sushi is easy you know and you can never be too careful at it's it's crazy it's definitely hard but i don't let that stop me and i don't think anybody with allergies should let it stop you i still fly southwest airlines they're amazing about like you know not serving peanuts on the plane when you have an allergy things like that you know just talk to airlines ahead of time definitely make sure every chefs in asia knows can't give me peanuts but yeah it's just it's i don't let it stop me for sure you walk down the street now in bali and on all like throwing the peanuts out out the back door yeah what are the things i forgot because you mentioned japan i know you've been to japan but that reminded me of a place that you want to go to that you haven't been yet so that's a good way for us to wrap it up is what are those places because you've got your grandparents who are in like the centurion club so they've they've regathered you stories of over one hundred countries where are the ones that you're like this is either you have a plan next on your list or you're saying i'm gonna make an effort to get here because this is this your sound exactly like what i want there are a lot on my list but i would say doing an african safari that is very high on my list of i really want to get to like zanzibar and tanzania together kazan's bars where the island be cheap heart and then do like a safari that's a dream trip of mine dubai i'm dying to get to do by an oman kind of that area of the middle east and then argentina i've never been to argentina i wanna go mullebeck tasting in the mountains of argentina wanna explore win iras in st gwozdecky falls and all that so yeah there you go that's that's some good trips right there that's some jet said chips that you got that you got coming out what else do you have coming up in the pipeline that people should be looking out for whether it be new projects you're doing whether it be anything that you're working on that you're like hey this is going to be pretty cool and it's going to be coming up on jetset christina i have a partnership coming up with japan actually which is awesome i cannot wait to get back there it's with beauty of japan kind of a japanese tourism agency that just they're promoting the beauty of japan of his it so that that will be in about three or four weeks and then from there i have a partnership with expedia they can my followers will watch me take over expedia instagram as i go to this luxury resort in cancun i where else my going oh lot of europe later this summer like it's still kind of being planned but hoping to get over to italy back to my favorite country and i have a wedding to go.
"mitro" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"Ammo crossing have that problem too i don't know it might have been australia again where games are released their earlier who knows but people were already like dragging it because they were like yeah this games like not really fully fleshed out very good but will bob but i chalked it up to being like oh well it's not made to be released yet out now the overwhelming majority is one of the worst fucking mobile games to ever exist it's literally just like hey please pay us which makes me so angry because first of all that whole that whole franchise already has so much money and they're using that money to pay giant but also like if fucking nintendo can come out with a full animal crossing game for mobile that feels like a game like yes i stopped playing it because i was hurting newly th again but daqing has like no paywall you know there's no energy that you need you know you want ways like appreciate the games that like there is ways to make micro transactions but it it's not necessary it's not necessarily i would be more inclined to make mitro transactions if it i find new it was not blocking my way and i just wanted to do something really fast for some reason i've seen a lot of people be like i would have been willing to pay like five ten fifteen dollars for a full game yeah like in terms of mobile games i like the ones where you pay up front and then you just get the whole game like i have civilization revolution monument valley monument valley those games i just pay up front just have it and it's great and i do think a harry potter game would work really well on mobile especially something like this where it's kind of like.
"mitro" Discussed on WCHS
"To the harris harris left order to turner draws left base life out on his way to the basket and the fao is on zack kassian that's been his difficulty tonight against turn a picked up his fourth foul he goes right to the bench tough night there for catching turner's a hard guard no doubt about that and it goes to the basket again crossover dribble is going to go to the line after being fouled by pink through tensor got right around 100 thomas who came in to replace maceachin pickard and came over little help defense and found thirty five twenty one just one of three four from the mind is turner make that one of three sorry about that there's turner his shot up his good this time volley with eighteen definitely a very talented player you may have her coach the silly in the pregame same outside shot will get work in the offseason because he can take it to the basket 19 points for turner he hits both of this since the bill now trailing by 16 thirty seven twenty one the point they work the body will hackneyed double digits hockey look snap puts it all the more go to the basket himself the air shocked greenpeace shot they're nice job i hackney he took brady jones to the basket doesn't points for hackney there's jones now on the offense it then the turner hit they grow k cutting on the baseline and the ball goes out of bounds off of system bill thirty seven twenty three sweat will inbound like he does on the baseline to brady jones factor sweat in the left corner the doubleteaming buggers out of bounds it'll stay in mitro's end while coetzer the big game coming up on tuesday night against winfield inbounded there it is assistant builds i failed the mitchell insisted their first game two weeks because of all the weather toyota right quantities will get around the sweat draws right baselines pushed in fouled it will get hundred thomas again here no instead it's lethem granada that's his first team founded thorny already he played just more in a minute sweat hit sedan to roh k y k to brady jones right wing corner to sweat factor brady junk ball not the way picked.