35 Burst results for "Montes"

You've Been Played by the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:31 min | 2 months ago

You've Been Played by the Left

"Down here in texas recipe. I don't know but with the invasion the criminal immigrants invasion. It's coming in the criminal. Immigrants break in and as has been reported here. But you're not hearing much about it until this week the illegals criminal immigrants. They're not forced to take vaccines. They're not getting the experimental shot in her arm. They're sent off We saw a lot of video footage of the illegal immigrants from haiti under the bridge. And del rio de hard pressed to find a mask on anybody and then we find out that the criminal immigrants invasion and especially this particular haitians this week. That's focusing on. We're being put on buses and planes and shipped off and not being tested for the wound. And you're out there on your burning shirt and feel the burn. Iheart the fake indian elizabeth. Whatever you're like wait a minute. I've been sold i. I'm like that guy that loser in the three card monte game by the subway stop and how come. I didn't win the twenty dollars like the guy next to me because the left when they weren't hating jews in israel took a break played you. They weren't wearing masks. Well that's okay. fully vaccinated are not to wear masks. The emmys right. But you go to a restaurant in new york. You've gotta show this vaccination. Id and your driver's license. And all that and that led to a skirmish porter hostess of italian restaurant on the upper west side. We saw that footage. And then we find give you this one lone reporter in san antonio at a tv station. Outdoor k. is a k. e. n. s. Or something whatever. It is said this one of her. We have a team that goes out and does and looks for all this audio. This is what she said in her report. Ivan del rio according to the border patrol. Union here The migrants under the bridge are not in custody. They are free to leave if they want to go back to mexico and border patrol as it's been doing throughout the pandemic is not techs testing migrants for kobe at this facility people break in not forced to get the william shot people break in. They're put on planes and buses and they don't even have to get a hint shock to get on the bus or plane. Dude you and that tight feel the burn shirt with the moves. You've been played

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"montes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"montes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Role. Montes Junior community activists there in the little Village area where I mean the guardian angels, you know, I mean, you know this is what these communities are resorting to, but it's interesting to hear And in him saying, talking to the Guardian Angels. One of the things they said is we're not coming in here. If the community is not gonna write a work with the police, we are not the police. You know, The Guardian Angels will work with them. An extension of they will help they will. They attempt at least have some sort of a dialogue. But if the people in the community aren't going to Testify. Be witness give a description of What do you want us to do? And I almost feel like it has to start their right. It has to start with the community because you can't just throw resource is and throw cops into a certain area. You know what I mean? You have to. It has to come from within. It never works. When you have the outside coming in. You've got to want it. And if you community don't rise up, and and I mean, I know it's difficult and it's dangerous. And maybe you all work together, But at least you got to start somewhere. I mean, if and I we know Well, we've heard the stories of The city and the police and these groups trying to work with the community members and get them on board and it's it's been a difficult sell. But you're hearing from and and we've heard. From everyone so far brought me put it this way. I haven't heard anyone that thinks Mayor Lightfoot's proposal of suing Gaining members and people committing violence is going to mitigate violence is a winning project. You know, it just doesn't seem like the that is necessarily that earlier. I don't think it's about the money and the drugs and it's just a random it's about. Hey, I'm going to go kill someone just because I can You know what kids grew up very differently today, you know, And if you're a kid in one of those neighborhoods, I honestly cannot imagine what it's like to live with kind of that. Threat of violence over your head seeing these things on a regular basis, knowing people personally who have been shot or are God forbid killed, you know, in in acts of violence. We grew up a little bit differently, You know, and a lot of you did as well. Maybe you grew up, though also Living life on the edge. Think about the dangerous things you did as a kid. What is the craziest thing you did as a kid? And by the way by crazy I mean, you're alive to tell the story about it. 312591 89 100. We're talking to you guys about that coming up Next on 8 90 wls. It's the Bruce.

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Fallen Officer Ella French Helped Save Life of Infant Wounded in Shooting

WGN Programming

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Fallen Officer Ella French Helped Save Life of Infant Wounded in Shooting

"We're learning more about L. A French, the Chicago police officer who was shot and killed Saturday night on July 1st. He had a big impact on an Inglewood family when their toddler was wounded in the mass shooting. WGN's Mike Low French was the reason the baby survived the 29 year old officer without hesitation. Rushed the baby and her mother to the hospital in her squad car. What did your sister say? That officer French was telling her that everything will be okay. We got this together. Don't panic because I was panicking, So she's like everything's gonna be okay. I got some. That's Charles Mackenzie and his sister was the woman in the squad with Officer French of French, McKenzie says she cares a lot about the community and she loved the people inside the community. Judge tonight Bond for two brothers charged in the death of L. A French alleged shooter. Monte Morgan faces several charges, including first degree murder. Eric Morgan faces weapons charges. Both brothers were on parole when they were pulled over for an expired license plate. Prosecutors say Amanti shot Officer L, a French and her partner during a struggle that began after he refused to put down his drink and cell phone. French is partner was shot three times and has a bullet lodged in his brain. He underwent surgery Tuesday and remains in critical condition.

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Brothers Charged in Fatal Shooting of Chicago Police Officer Held Without Bond

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Brothers Charged in Fatal Shooting of Chicago Police Officer Held Without Bond

"Brothers charged in the fatal shooting of Chicago police Officer L. A French were ordered held without bond in court today. French was killed Saturday night when she and her partner and an additional officer conducted a traffic stop in West Englewood. 21 year old Monty Morgan is charged with first degree murder of a peace officer. 22 year old Eric Morgan is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon by felon and obstruction of justice, police say Monday pulled the trigger, and Eric was the driver, Senator Dick Durbin calls the shooting tragic. We have tragic losses. Sadly, every week in the city, Chicago from gun violence, and I don't want to diminish those. I just want to say that We're paying special attention to this officer at this moment. Durban was on the Senate floor earlier today to discuss officer French and to fight for action against Straw purchasing of guns. The mother of the two Morgan Brothers is now also in police custody. Sources tell WGN investigates the woman caused a disturbance at Christ Hospital in Oakland around 10 A.m. when she was refused access to her son in Monte Who is hospitalized but in police

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Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

"Roseanne bernard was a french actress born in eighteen. Forty four although. She changed her name for the stage when she was around eighteen years old. Her mother was a courtesan with many powerful clients. Such as dukes politicians and other high powered individuals bernhardt took to the theatrical lifestyle. From a young age her mother sent her to boarding school when she was seven. It was there that she starred in her first play. She took on the role of a fairy queen. Who dies a chance for her to embrace her dramatic side three years later. She began attending a convent school in site again performing in theatrical productions she even considered becoming a nun for a short time until her father's death in eighteen fifty nine at the suggestion of one of her mother's clients bernhardt pursued acting more seriously. This surprised her as she had never considered the theater as a career before over the years she studied with talented actors of time building up her theatrical skills. One of her first acting coaches was recommended to her by one of her mother's clients his name. By the way was alexandre dumas author of the count of monte cristo. With enough training. Sarah was able to reach the theater. Francois with whom she performed for a year. Although it was not meant to last she had invited her sister regina to join her in an important event in attendance. Was the theaters leading actress. Zehr natalie martell otherwise known as madame natalie. Regina accidentally stepped on madame natalie's gown which infuriated her madame. Natalie shoved regina backwards into a stone column and caused her to cut her forehead. Prompting sarah to step in on her behalf. She screamed at the older actress getting so heated that she slaps her in the face. Sarah was told to apologize then. She refused she. Had had enough of madame natalie and the theater francois and left the company shortly thereafter. It didn't impact her opportunities though. Bernhardt spent two years at another theater. The gymnasts after which he moved onto the odeon her career had quite the upward trajectory and facts with the actress going from minor roles to under study. All the way to the leading lady.

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Five Homers Help Braves Power Past Phillies, 15-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Five Homers Help Braves Power Past Phillies, 15-3

"The Braves clobbered the Phillies fifteen three on homers by Freddie Freeman Abraham amante Ozzie Albies Austin Riley in Jack Peterson el Monte had three hits with three RBIs as Atlanta moved back into a second place tie with the fills in the NL east Freeman says it was a good time for his team to break out the offense good to give us a chance on the series and at the start of the structure of the year so this is it this is been going into nola tomorrow so hopefully we got some confidence going into knowing he's you know he's on the structures of the game so we got our hands full all these in Peterson each had three run homers the latter coming up infielder Ronald Torreyes Josh Tomlin picked up the win in relief of John smiley who left the game after four innings due to a sore left knee I'm Dave Ferrie

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"Hollywood Ripper" Michael Garguilo Sentenced to Death for 2 Murders, Attempted Murder

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

"Hollywood Ripper" Michael Garguilo Sentenced to Death for 2 Murders, Attempted Murder

"The man known as the Hollywood Ripper has been sentenced to death after being found guilty of killing two women in L. A, including one who was murdered before going on a date with a famous actor Michael Guardiola was convicted of stabbing and mutilating Ashley Lrn in 2000 and one For her date with actor Ashton Kutcher. That night. He also killed Maria Bruno in 2000 and five inside her El Monte apartment before the judge handed down his sentence. The lone survivor of guard Julio's attacks Michelle Murphy, And Ashley Lawrence father told the court how one man destroyed So many lives. February 21st 2000 and one is the day the music diet. Monster exists among us. How was it fair that one person's actions can destroy the lives of so many

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'Hollywood Ripper' Sentenced to Death for Killing, Mutilating Women

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

'Hollywood Ripper' Sentenced to Death for Killing, Mutilating Women

"Known as the Hollywood Ripper has been sentenced to death after being found guilty of killing two women in L. A, including one who was murdered before going on a date with a famous actor Michael Guardiola was convicted of stabbing and mutilating Ashley Lrn in 2000 and one For her date with actor Ashton Kutcher. That night. He also killed Maria Bruno in 2000 and five inside her El Monte apartment before the judge handed down his sentence. The lone survivor of guard Julio's attacks Michelle Murphy, And Ashley Lawrence father told the court how one man destroyed So many lives. February 21st 2000 and one is the day the music diet. Monster exists among us. How was it fair that one person's actions can destroy the lives of so many

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Raiders QB Derek Carr Would “Welcome” Reunion With Davante Adams

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

01:18 min | 5 months ago

Raiders QB Derek Carr Would “Welcome” Reunion With Davante Adams

"Has one year left on his contract. His current QB one Aaron Rodgers. We don't know when he's going to show up. We don't know how that situation is going to be solved with his fight up against Mark Murphy and also Brian Gouda Coons. Derek Carr did something smart. The other day. He was doing an interview courtesy of CBS and Derek Carr says he will try hard to recruit Davante Adams to Las Vegas. I've learned in this in this business, you never shut the door on anything, you know, I know that he's obviously the best receiver, you know, everyone said one of the best is the best receiver in the NFL. You know, the guy is unbelievable as Been one of my best friends since we were in college together. I love the guy. I would always welcome to play with him again. I think it would have liked some things in both of us that people haven't seen yet. You know, and, uh and I'm always open to that and I will be recruiting very hard. So when that time comes, it will be a full court press. I always love how if a general manager for president of football operations said that it would be tampering, a player says that I am no big deal whatsoever that he's going to be recruiting. De Monte and but I guess this cop out there or is opt out. There is all I said if that opportunity does present itself.

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Creating Trust in Data With Data Observabilty

DataFramed

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Creating Trust in Data With Data Observabilty

"Bar welcome. It's great to have you on the show. It's great to be here. thank you for having me. I'm excited to be speaking to you. About the state of data driven organizations they equality the reliability and all the cool things monte-carlo working on before we get started. I'd love if you can walk us through your background and how you got into the data space. Yeah happy to so I was actually originally born and raised in israel. I i i was actually drafted. Israeli air force Enjoys it was commander of data analyst unit. I moved to the bay area about a decade ago. after that is in math in stats Actually i thought it was going to go in deck -demia At made that is actually a physics professor and so thought that i was going to follow his footsteps but Ended up having to was my big phil. My dad moment When i didn't didn't continue maybe sometime later in the future instead actually went to work for a consulting company called bannon co Where i work mostly with companies actually on on on their data strategy in operations In later on joined gain side. She's a customer success company Where was very fortunate to beat the company as time very fast and work some great people learn about how to create a new category gained site. I'm help create the customer success. Category and build a number of different functions among them the customer data and analytics team where we were responsible for data internally also four servicing our data to our customers of in helping them see from it And so those were some of my experiences with with data on. Actually how how encounters of the problem of of data downtime prior to starting monte carlo a few years ago

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If Liberalism Is so Great, Why Are People Fleeing to Red States?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 6 months ago

If Liberalism Is so Great, Why Are People Fleeing to Red States?

"If liberalism is so great. Why does everyone evacuate liberal states and moved to red states that can Oh, you're just making that up there, Am I really here is the epic times piece I was talking about before the break. Taxpayers fleeing Blue states take 26.8 billion and gross income to Red states. Folks, This is IRS data. It's not a survey. It's not a trick. It's not an act. It's not three card Monte. Kind of scam a stunt. This is actual I r s data people taking their salary and declaring a red state their new home. I thought liberals love government. Well, you don't trust the I r s day. Do you think they're lying? Hear from the epic time space. By Tom Ozanich. Quote I r s data tracking state. This IRS data tracking state to state migration shows that blue states saw a net outflow of hundreds of thousands of taxpayers who took nearly 27 billion in taxable gross income with them too. Drum roll, please Red states. Uh huh. So I don't get it. Don't get it. If it's so wonderful, why can't you produce results? People aren't dying. A snake plissken style escape from

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Ibram Kendi Is Wrong; Critical Race Theory Is Pro-Racist Training Than Anti-Racist Traininng

The Dan Bongino Show

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Ibram Kendi Is Wrong; Critical Race Theory Is Pro-Racist Training Than Anti-Racist Traininng

"He says something else in there. Besides, this is like anti racist training. It's on the Chiron in the train. If you watch it on video, I played it earlier on my the rumble version of my podcast. This is not anti racist training critical race theory. It is nothing to do with anti racism. It's pro racism. This is Orwellian language manipulation to make you believe. That teaching people to be racist through critical race theory is, in fact combating racism. It is one of the most bizarre dipsy do Flip Peru's I have ever seen in my life. It is a shell game. You know, the shell gave her play the shell game in Times Square, where they put the bean underneath the shells, and they do the thing right there. Remember that. You ever see that? Here's a trick. You can never win that game. Three card Monte. There's your scams. You can't win the game. You're never going to pick out. The one person who wins is a scam designed to make you believe you can win. That's what they do when they say critical racism training teaching you how to be racist is, in fact, anti

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"montes" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:07 min | 7 months ago

"montes" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Monte Cook the conversation I pull my hair out. Take your words this country headed to begins here. The other countries have to be looking at us right now. Like this is a mess. Her job, you talking 20. W b a p w b a p dot com Way are pro military were pro Second amendment and in Texas Texans who own guns don't vote for Democrats who want to take them away. We stand for Justice for all and we stand for the national anthem. Well, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick says there aren't enough votes in the Texas Senate to pass constitutional Carrie. We will see. Let me we always talk about how goofy the left is. Manifest by Democrats. The left is coming out in support of an article in Vogue questioning If you should have Children in 2021, they're calling it if you have a kid if you get pregnant in 2021 You're guilty of environmental vandalism, adding another person to the mix Good. These people have lost their minds. Let me bring you up to date very quickly. President Biden. Is going to detail a proposal for 200 billion Universal preschool preschool program. Aziz, part of the massive infrastructure and spending plan he's expected to detail lie about during his first address to Congress tonight. The centerpiece of the speech will be on the family's plan, All right, that's being rolled out less than a month after Biden's $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal. White House views that proposal as a companion bill. The Bidens 2.3 trillion infrastructure here a trillion there, try one of we have 22 twos for 4.6 Trillion on day he's going to pay for this government doesn't have any money. Either printed bar Witter tax it right. Um he announced this last month, and officials said that investments would be made over a 10 year period that two plans combined total over $4 trillion in government spending on top of the 1.9 trillion. Coronavirus relief bill that Biden signed into law. About? I don't know about halfway through his 1st 100 days. The administration's to most recent proposals included tax increase that would pay for both plans over a 15 year period. Now what you hear tonight, Beginning at eight o'clock here on news talking 20 w b a p. You're gonna hear lie after lie After lie you're gonna people of poured over this address to Congress and the American people trying to make it sound as a palatable as they possibly can. Um, your before you sit down to watch her. Listen to this, Uh, check your back pocket. Make sure your billfold still there because the Democrat is speaking. And the first thing they do is, uh you know, separate you from your disposable income. As you heard Eric Bushmen and the W B A P newsroom say immediately following Biden's fairy tale to the American people. We will carry for you here on news talking 20, WB ape the Republican response and tomorrow when I sat down here, put on the headphones and hit that Mike Light. I'll be taking your response. I can't imagine. I can't imagine how they can possibly possibly do this. Well, they can't do the math doesn't add up. And if you want to do something for preschoolers, how.

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3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

"20. It came after the highway Patrol stopped a car for speeding. Then it took off again, Carroll County Sheriff Terry Langley during the course of that chase, gunshots were fired by the suspects firing first on the state patrol. Later on other officers with three officers wounded. One of the suspects was killed. The other is in custody. Michigan's governor Montes

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The Underdogs Who Outraced the Nazis

Past Gas

01:37 min | 8 months ago

The Underdogs Who Outraced the Nazis

"The year is nineteen thirty to rally racer lucy o'reilly shell her husband and co-pilot laurie fellow ralliers hector petite and shock marciniak a reporter for the parisian leisure. No have just left sundsvall in their black bugatti t four four making their way to the monte carlo rally starting line sweden blurry quickly pilots the car through the thick arctic fog cautiously aware of the four inch thick lack ice below them. Suddenly the tire chains failed to catch the body as it veers and then glides into the air about take flight before anyone in the car can even scream the bugatti snacks forcefully into a snowbank florian lucy make sure their passengers are uninjured and then address the real issue. The team needs to make it to a man before the rally is set to begin or they won't be permitted to compete. Lucy shell the five foot four norm defying rally driver. This is not a face shield. Allow her car mates to entertain long. Lucy sends hector jacques off to look for a nearby farmhouse for health. Then she and lori begin to desperately hacked the snow with their picks and shovels. It is one o'clock in the morning. Thirty below zero and they're stuck in the middle of a pine forest at least ten miles from the nearest village. Though the to realize their seemingly insurmountable odds the shells need to free their body and continue to rally as planned the show of nasty turn out to be routine for lucy riley show the sports car driving heiress though later. Put together a team of unlikely heroes to beat hitler. At one of his favourite games motor sport

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Miami Beach PD helps to cover costs of repairing cars damaged by spring breakers

Sean Hannity

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Miami Beach PD helps to cover costs of repairing cars damaged by spring breakers

"The owners of the cars damaged by out of control, spring breakers on Miami Beach will not have to shoulder the repair costs. Miami Beach police pairing them with tree Montes towing in men and hospitality, which have agreed Help pick up the bills. The eight p.m. curfew Thursday through Sunday, the entertainment district has been extended for at least another weekend to help control the crowds in the entertainment

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Kenya Orders Closure of Two Refugee Camps and Gives Ultimatum to UN Agency

BBC World Service

01:25 min | 8 months ago

Kenya Orders Closure of Two Refugee Camps and Gives Ultimatum to UN Agency

"Kenya has ordered the closure of the country's largest refugee camps and given the United Nations 14 days to come up with a road map to do so. Only half a million refugees currently live in that the dab in Kakuma refugee camps, most of them from Somalia and south Sudan, respectively. Countries which are of course, still unstable. We could speak now, if the BBC's Kenya correspondent Fernando Monte who joins us from Nairobi. Hi, Ferdinand. We've been here for 4%. Suddenly, this is not the first time the government's made an announcement like this is a lizard third time. The first mentioned about 2017 when they all had be concerns about that. That particularly being a place where terrorists to recruit people to then conduct attacks in king about that here. The high control the unconstitutional for the government to close the come, which has mostly people fleeing the unrest in Somalia, Because can you also had international delegations? The government sitting the appeal in 2019 again said that and they came to an agreement with the United Nations to do what Linda repatriation but that hasn't seems to work. So now again, they into that secretary say that this time there will be no move for further negotiations on they want now. Not just Kakuma crossed, not just adopt coast but also Kakuma, which would affect at least close to half a

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Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

Best Comics Ever

04:43 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Ibrahim Moustafa, Author Of 'Count'

"Today i am joined by ibrahim mustafa the writer and artist of graphic novel. Count which is coming out from humanoids as you're listening to this. I'm gonna try to release it. The episode right about the time that the graphic novel is officially available in stores Ever thanks so much for joining today. I really appreciate you taking the time or we're going to count as well as some of your other works before we You know in here. I wanted to talk to you about Like how how did the inspiration for this particular graphic novel. It's an interesting. I found an interesting adaptation. Because it's it's very much your own work. It's very much yours. Despite having you know it's not it's not a literal county monte cristo adaptation right like it's you doing your take your riff on that on the themes of that in the ideas in that story What was the inspiration for that. And did you want to reference that source material. Yeah well i i you know. It's i appreciate you making that distinction. Because i think it does kind of get lost in the translation of the the pr materials thus far like an adaptation so people might think well. This doesn't have anything to do with the so i. This guy's name is totally different right. Inspired by may have been like the better tagline. In retrospect but yeah. I just i'm a big fan of revenge stories. And kinda christo is kind of the granddaddy of them. All and i was just kind of in a head space. I guess thinking about different stories. I enjoy think john waco just come out. And i've loved watching that and and and then i just thought well you know. Wouldn't it be cool if this story. Which is you know in the public domain and everyone is aware of it on some level. I think culturally. What if this took place in a different setting and had action and the original novel is very soap operatic. There's not a lot of. I mean there's really i think there's a sword drawn in the whole book and it's a twelve hundred page book right so i'll just wild. Yeah you definitely expect to be more. Yeah and the two thousand two film adaptation of it with jim caviezel and guy pearce definitely added a couple of sword fights a little bit more accurate to it and action is a big thing that i enjoy in media and so i thought i would try to play to my what i feel are my strengthen and really inject some of that into the story so from there i just sat out to to start crafting a pitch document i did in between worked for higher stuff's i would kinda take some time in the evening or a weekend on the rare occasions that actually got those and Would start chipping away character designs and just kind of building it in my head and then once i was able to pitch it to humanoids and they said okay. We like this. We wanna see more before we give it a yes or no That gave me an opportunity to really. Just start kinda down. On the details of it. In really kind of hone it into what it became. Cool cool no. that makes a lot of sense You you've mentioned in. I've listened to some other years including the one you did on the humorless podcast with marc weighed in the team. There you mentioned Wishbone like the terror as a as a touch base. So those was because that's definitely was my introduction to a lot of classic literature as well. I think kind of my christos funny in that regard in that. I like you said i think everyone has familiarity with it. But the percentage of people that maybe have actually read the alexandre dumas is probably pretty low. I know in my case definitely was like it was one that i actually impact for this interview. I was like like check out the audiobook. Like listen to it on a few runs. I've never even though. I feel like another story. I've never actually experienced it. Which would geographic than i didn't have. I didn't have the burden or those expectations of you know somebody who's like. Oh it. does this do the original justice. which is freeing i think. Potentially you know it's it's interesting because there are a lot of adaptations that we don't even realize adaptations of it right Old boy is kinda count of monte cristo. Style at guys put in a prison. Eventually escapes takes event right right. It's it's been done in various mediums. I think in ways that really transform it And i and i was actually thinking about it. It would be interesting to see what would have happened if we didn't say anything about the kind of monte cristo You know and just kind of put it out there to see people. But i felt like because i was paying a mosh to a lot of it and i was really taking the broad strokes of the original. It would have been like this kind of microsoft like so. It was necessary to kind of put that out there. That's what it was

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Ramit Sethi's 10 Money Rules

The Frug Life

07:15 min | 9 months ago

Ramit Sethi's 10 Money Rules

"I got an email from ra meet sethi with ten money rules and i thought it was interesting enough that i wanted to share it with you my audience. If you don't know where meat sethi is the author of. I will teach you to be rich and i'm pretty sure. I shared a review of his book on this podcast f. So they'll be lincoln the show notes to that episode so let's dive right into it. Rule one always have one year of emergency fund. Cash or meet goes onto explain. He used to say six months but after covid nineteen. He's up to twelve months. And you know. I agree with this idea now. You personally don't necessarily need to have twelve months but if you do want to have twelve months i support you in that one of the purposes of having money at least in my mind is peace of mind and of having twelve months of expenses. Saved up in cash gives you that gives you peace of mind. I say it's money while used some people might say it's too much money that you should have less of an emergency fund an icee in the way that benefits you the most his next role role to is save ten percent invest twenty percent of gross annual income. I think this also is a pretty good roll. My heart isn't set on the percentages in particular f. You know me. I save and invest everything i can. I don't even know the number offhand. I should try to calculate it. I suppose but in a chapter of my life where. I am living pretty much as frugally as i can where i am investing as much as i can and saving as much as i can. I think for most people this ten percent saving and twenty percent investing is a good number. So i say you can go higher. But you probably shouldn't go. Lower now also uses this point to say that he can spend money on small things and not worry about it like spending money. On appetizers next is rule three be able to pay in full for large expenses before spending for important purchases. Save enough. that cost is not the primary factor in my decision and that is also one hundred percent. True you don't want to finance your wedding on debt. I guess the only exception for that is a house. He says a house. But if you live in california like me buying a house in cash is simply not possible unless you are so well to do. But in general. I agree with this principle as well. I say never get into consumer debt. Always pay off your credit card. Don't borrow for things that aren't a house is role for never questioned spending money on books appetizers health or donating to a friend's charity fundraiser. Into this i say question spending money on whatever you want. As far as books are concerned go to the library and check out a book for free. If fact that's how. I read remains book. I went to the library. Checked it out and read it for free and so books are invaluable sources of knowledge. But you actually don't necessarily need to buy them you can borrow them and you get all the knowledge. So if you are spending tons of money at barnes noble buying paper books maybe you should question that. And as far as appetizers go just eating an entree without an appetizer might be effective dieting for you so again you could with good reason questioned spending money on an appetizer. Now as a treat. Definitely treat yourself so. That's okay when you spend money on your health. You have to be aware of what you're spending your money on. There is a whole industry of health supplements that do little to nothing for you and so also you should question what you spend on health. Because some things don't do anything and they cost a lot of buddy and as for the last point he was making your friends charity fundraiser. While maybe my new nickname is going to have to be mister scrooge. Instead of mr frugh. But you're under no obligation to donate to your friends. Charity fundraiser f. You don't want to if you do go for it but if you don't you have no obligation. His next rule rule five is business class on flights over four hours and to this rule. I say that's nonsense. You can fly coach like everybody else. Actually i ve very rarely been on a four hour flight. So maybe i'm not the best one to a pine on this but personally i'm definitely not an a place to fly business class everywhere. Roll number six by the best. Keep it as long as possible and this rule is potentially pretty good if you buy good and they last longtime you're probably going to be better off than you bought very cheap stuff and let it wear out real quick especially with tools and equipment. I think a good pair of boots will last you a long time. A cheap pair of boots will not last you a long time and you'll be miserable every step of the way rule. Seven no limit on spending for health or education and also to this. I say oh yes. There should be a limit true. Investing in your health can be a good idea. He specifically mentions a personal trainer. And if that is helpful to you you may have health benefits that the financial costs. But that's not a free ticket for anything you want. Likewise when he says education he specifically mentioned courses events etc. but also. I think that is a bad idea. There are no blank checks for example if you wanted to go to an expensive private school and would put you like a million dollars in debt. I say no no way. Don't go a million dollars in debt for anything now. Maybe a million dollars is kind of an exaggeration but at the same time he said no limit. So what's stopping me. Rule eight earn enough to work. Only with people i respect and like i think this is a great goal. I'm not sure about how good it is. As a rule in fact it may be kind of difficult to live by that rule number nine mary. The right person which also is a great rule. Shout out to mrs frugh okay. Roll number ten prioritize time outside the spreadsheet a rich life is lived outside the spreadsheet running in another monte. Carlo analysis won't change things at a certain point. You won the game. Now get out of your chair and turn the page to the next chapter. And i guess i should specify these are ra meets rules for himself and he says your rules may be different. In fact i'd go on to say your rules should be different. You can set your own financial rules for

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Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

Talking Kotlin

09:04 min | 9 months ago

Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly

"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general

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"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"You have to leave behind the old you gray and embrace who you are becoming. That is so through. Thank you for sharing that another thing. I want to touch on is The misconception that we tend to have yes. You've mindshare in one of those examples along your journey with us. Absolutely when i was on my worst time My broken period where. I realized that everything i did was serving me but before i realized that it was always me being stuck everything i say. I was felt like people were judging. The you know there was also self-doubt. I thought i can do great. You know all though that i was doing aiming was always highly standard potential. Everybody knows me in my work. I'm always on point You know. I am keen on what i needed. But there was something holding me back. Because i was holding onto. The doubts was holding in honing into you know. Oh what are they gonna say. And the misconceptions are always you know when we start letting ourselves believing things that are not true. We allowing ourselves to go back to the old generational curses. 'cause we thinking but that's how my parents used to do it. I have to do with the same way. Those are ways of misconceptions. they are contributing us making us. Thank you know we are not worth it and we are and we do not deserve to have the best in all out so we have to be able to understand you know when we are facing. You no doubt an battle way. South doubt is part of our living. You know our being but we need to know how to break it down at the minute. You identify the misconceptions. You identify that. Hey it's not working for me. You identified that those generation of garces the old principles that are not really suiting. Me in fitting me are not good for me than we need to work on. You know when you need to change the setting and change the whole way of thinking so it's like a fixed mindset moving to a positive mindset..

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"This is what i do. And i strongly believe into it because a long of my own journey i had to go to school and understand the steps that are required in order for me to properly embrace my journey so i can help you as well embers yours. Thank you for sharing that. I know you mentioned earlier that you went on a retreat and we were talking earlier about Tatta that favored retreat. Yes it was. I recall december two thousand fifteen beginning the year of two thousand sixteen. That's when i decided. Okay i wanted to myself on a retreat and i decided toronto was going to be the place and that's where i had but it was me alone working myself me facing my journey me talking to myself because from many many years i've never liked addressing myself talking in front of the mirror and talking to myself and saying god this you are strong your powerful. You're having you and i needed to do that. I needed to do recordings for myself. And i took my tablet. And all i was doing is morning during recording. You know so. I'll being an empowering myself embracing you know the person that i was becoming because you we are always the same person that we are within. How ever we tailored who we are so we could fit ourselves better and people around us can approach us in love us more. Well thank you. I wanna ask you somebody who's listening right now. They're not a life coach. They don't have a coach. Can you share with us to way. Start by relocating our mindset. I love that. While absolutely the first thing i would say you need to identify who you are because when the minute you understand that you are on a journey. It's a shift that you are willing to embrace from many people. It's hard to understand a journey because we always we are joining. We are on a journey and and people always expect that journeys are gonna at some point. No the journey has always been because the minute you were born and you start. Living life became a journey. But what happened. Is that as you mature into life as you understand yourself you know now you have to school you have to go to work you have to fulfil. Thanks for your south then. Things changed so the first thing i would say. Is you know be willing to embrace the person that you are choosing to be calm because we choose to become the person we want to be. Yup yes we are human being. We are female. We are male whenever we are but at the end we choose to be the person we want to be seen in this world. The person who wants impact the world so start by deciding whether you want to be. Do you want to be authentic. do you want to be your true self. Do you want people to see you as someone always seeking validation. So that's when you make the decision. The other thing i would say in terms of relocation is that you have to be okay with whatever does not work you know at some point when you relocate you may find that you separate yourself from others around you or are you. May that others separate themselves from you. Just tell yourself that it's okay because it is the beginning the beginning of whom you are becoming just so you could prepare yourself. You could embrace the positive around you and then face forward. You know the minute you do that. Guess what you are shifting how you used to think because you no longer thinking that you have to everything to please ran thinking that you have to do things for people to say. Yes you good you simply doing things because dip inside of you. There's a gut feeling that's right. they're telling you. Hey you desire to do. You can do and be inspired about it. So those are the things i would say to start on your relocation because relocating always say is just like you get a u..

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"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"I have to do all these things that her answer to me was like whenever you want to work on your personal development whenever you want to change and you want to work on yourself everything. Anything is possible. And i was at oh and he she was like yeah. And if you need help i'll help you say okay. I'll go and make it. My were going on so i went into coaching to be certified because that was a big difference. Yeah i i'm already in education. I'm already coaching teachers. I'm an educational coach and trainer. I work in education for many years. But when you go around people who are telling you. Oh i was just my journey and i decided i was going to coach people and then you like wait. Okay what credential do you have. And i was a bit stuck on that because the whole time i was things myself but how people are gonna wanna work with me if i do not come with a proper credentials saying yes. I'm a life coach. I'm a personal development. I help people develop their mindset. Relocated their mindset in work on their personal in business as well. And that's when. I realized that there were many shifts that i needed to do personally and professionally in order for me to let go of all the areas where i was stuck and getting stuff is not brady so anybody. Who's listening fits buckets not pretty. It's not. It's not for sure. And i am happy that you mentioned that because get credential is very important because while you're doing that course you're also learning about yourself you learn things that you never knew about yourself so it's just saying you're a life. Coach is one thing but actually doing the work and get certified other thing too. I'm happy that you mentioned that thanking absolutely it is it is i mean people look into that and i noticed the difference however but when you had a point where you can really tell people. Hey you want to know what i do here..

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"To leave misconceptions behind now let's jump in and welcome the dash. Hi how are you kathy. I'm doing well. Thank you so much for joining us today. I'm so today. We'll be talking about how to relocate or mindset but before we jump into that topic we want to know what got you into life Great question while before I became a life coach hours. While i am an educator so i've been in education for twenty years i have hot elementary early childhood education and went on to administrative position as an assistant director of school and where i trained teachers about policy procedures also about the best practice inside and out of the classroom so i would say four years ago if not prior to that i was bit unsure of what my heart pace was and although you know i was working fine working a great job loved my job actually been in the phone for twenty years so you can tell i do right and outside of it. There were many other aspects of what inside of me was not great was never fully happy. I did not know how to discover. You know while. Create my own happiness because around everything i've done. I've always secure that from others. It's like anything i was doing. If somebody would say yes you could do it. Yes you could do it you know. It's really pushed me to move forward or make decisions. It was never really my own decisions until i got to a point where i was struggling. Her saly in my entire being my relationship was not great. It was shaky up when that was broken and my finance shows situation was also not where i wanted it to be so it was really taking on me and my whole entire mindset was not where was supposed to be so therefore i was more stuck instead of being unstuck from this on two thousand sixteen. I really went into a journey where. I took myself on a retreat. I started working on myself. I did tell people around me before i love..

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"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"You see a black guy that may look aggressive or I don't know something like that and you see him play with the dog, like it humanizes him off and it makes you realize that he he's human and he is so when when someone loves dogs or cats, it's just for me it at least it it changes my mind about that person. It it makes me look at them differently. And I think it's it's something wonderful that cats and dogs and pets in general can can get these beautiful things out of us. And yeah, it's virus to be to be happier to to play again and off course due to be grateful. It's true, you know animals, that's the thing with dogs and cats that regardless of maybe how you feel politically or regardless of where you come from. They don't eat animals will love the person who takes the care of them who makes a bond with them. So that's the thing. It's like the the Love of Animals goes across the entire spectrum of humanity. And so I I always loved that about animals as they they don't care kind of where you come from. They choose you for other reasons and I always believed that that and gave us every animal I've had is Jose in me. I haven't gone out and and you know, I always adopt and it's usually the first one that shows up. It's so nice. Yeah indeed. It's it's something that we might not be able to to comprehend fully but it's definitely something that we can appreciate and enjoy so we are nearing the end of our time together and I I wanted to ask you where can our audience find you working or audience get your books from absolutely. I welcome everyone to come over to my website, which is called wage is Animal Human Health Animal Human Health and you can see all of my books on that page. But I really recommend that people purchase a book by October 30th 2020 because if you do that's when I have my pause for the good stuff journals at half price, and this is on a massage. So you can come to my website and it will take you to Amazon or you can go to Amazon directly. So you not only get the book for half 50% off. But also I have all these free gifts that I've created of people during this lunch week that people can have in addition to the book. So, you know as we're approaching the holidays if you know, you have family members or friends and you want to send me a really great book, especially if they're animal lovers you can come to that site and you can order a book and you can get your free gifts and every single book that I sell them from for the for the life of these books. I give a percentage two different animal rescues and organizations. So if I try to pay it forward, and so that's I appreciate it if you could purchase my book for the holidays, that would be awesome. Thank you so much for being here with us and for doing the great work that you're doing helping us home. He'll and love and appreciate that's much more. Thank you so much. It's really been an honor to be on your show..

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"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Let's go out. Let's go out and play or she bring me a ball and just to get me to just let go and then I start laughing of course, which lets go of stress. And so we in many ways. She I think she expresses her gratitude by helping me to be better by helping me to enjoy life by helping me to play more which is something that's so many adults forget how to do. So it's just these little moments where she puts her paw on me and then she just looks at me on a street, you know, and it makes me laugh and makes me smile and makes me feel really good and science has shown that when you make these connections with an animal companion when you even touch their birth Or you even pet them so many beneficial hormones start to go off into your body that make you feel good and they make you feel loved and a great sense of well-being. So I'm constantly looking at her and seeing how much she is enjoying life and thinking if she can do it if she can let go of all of that if she can forgive in a way what's happened to her. Well, gosh, so can I tell you exactly and the Beautiful part is that you've also created something to to help us do that as well right? Tell us about Paul's for the good stuff. Yes pause for the good stuff. Well having had so many animals in my life and then going off and having a practice or a career as an acupuncturist. I put off healing practice along with our love for Animals together in these journals called pause for the good stuff stuff. Sorry pause for the good stuff. When is for dog lovers and one is for cat birth. Verse and it allows people instead of because journaling and your gratitude and be one of the most powerful practices you can have but a lot of people sit in front of a blank page and think to themselves. Will what do I write? What do I do? So these gratitude journals just it's a very simple it's five minutes a day. But every day you have something to write about for example, the one thing that I like the question I like is how can my best my BFF which is my best friend forever inspire me to have a more positive day. So in just a few minutes you just write down what your dog or your cat inspires you to do on that day. And so there's just a few little questions that you answer every morning and also in the evening right before you go to sleep and encourage people to write down three positive things that happen to them in that day because again that in the morning and in the evening is when birth Our brains are the most receptive to when our brain waves are the most receptive to the thoughts that we put into our minds. So either you're waking up and thinking oh man in the world is so terrible and I'm going to go read the news. So my brain will now take in more terrible information or you can start your day by pausing for the good stuff and writing down the things that May Fire you about your animals. So as I said, sometimes people can't think of anything but they'll always think of reasons that they're animals can Inspire them to have a better life. So I wrote this so there's a different things like every week. I have a little thing you can do every month. There's something you can do. I've created these little crepe great little videos that you can also just just little Snippets that will help make your journaling experience even richer and so that's why I created pause for the good stuff and believe me it helped me when I was going through my adoption my adoption Saga it helped me to have them. Is inspirational journals as well, even though I wrote them if they help you. Yeah, exactly many times we create things for others because right now he need them as well and we find them useful as well. So I totally believe that then one important part about the name falls for the good stuff is I love what you did there with with the pause. It's actually p a w s not a u s e so it's pause for the good stuff. Yes. That's correct. And I pretty much every time I use the word positive since most people know me as somebody who you know is an animal person when I even took the word positive. I like to say the word stay positive, but I always spell it P a w s i t i v e. Yeah. I love that. I think it's dead. Amazing that you use that that idea because it's indeed they the pets in our life and even if they don't have pets one thing that they love to do with with my girlfriend is to watch funny videos with pets and even just watching them makes us feel very good and that makes us laugh and it just eases up everything and wage. I think it's beautiful hand or Paul and that they they are actually reaching out to us to to find more positivity and to just be more present and happy and accepting of birth. Uh, the current situation that is quite the struggle for for many of us. I agree. I agree, you know, we're not the only begins in this world, you know, we we live amongst animals and you know, if we can create a powerful connection and nurture that connection every day and not not just look at them as being inferior. What did they have their own intelligence and that they're here for their own purposes. I think that makes life a lot richer and it opens us up to so much more and I believe that animals in the way make us better humans. That's so true. That's so true. Actually, when when I think about for instance, it's usually happens with guys. I think when.

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"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"You start acting that's before or after you learned about? Yes is embedded an interesting thing adoption and adoption know I've been adopting. I've always adopted animals and the get-go and I only learned about this page about the ancestry a year ago. So I am yeah, so I and part of my healing process was also to write about it. I did put it into a book which I'm working on now, but I know I have adopted from the beginning from the 1st. I just always felt that there were these animals that needed a second chance at love. You know that I didn't understand why people didn't want even the ones that had problems. They it didn't matter to me. I didn't want a perfect dog. I wanted a dog that I could help and what I noticed was whenever I try to help an animal they would give back to me a thousandfold more than I ever gave them in love and appreciation in companionship in so many things and in the end game No, my animals are who inspired me to write and I had many doubts about writing. I thought if I write books people will laugh at me and your people will you know, they'll judge me and it was really this quiet support that my animals gave me that finally gave me the ideas of what to write about and you know my dog here Grace she sits with me every single day all afternoon as I'm working and she's she I find her to be very inspiring. That's beautiful. That's beautiful and in fact that You did that before knowing this is something that just makes us at least makes me look at life from a really different perspective. And when I think about our Soul's journey and somehow on on on some level you you might have known it is to be in in their shoes and you wanted to give them the love that you also received right from your adopting parents. Yes, and I believe me I have thought a lot about what you have just said because when I think back on it all part of me feels dead. Don't nobody ever said it to me. In fact, it was a shock. It really was a shock but then there was also this other part of me that thought to myself no wonder I don't look like anyone else in my family. No wonder I'm so different from everybody. In fact my sister this weekend again. She was saying you've always been so bold. You've always been so different from the office and I think to myself in part of me you may be something but it wasn't something that was really conscious and I always think about studies that have been done where I think with Holocaust, you know with people who have been in a holocaust and the there for Generations. I think they said, Of of people who have been in the Holocaust and they're kind of their descendants and how there is still some connection that they feel happened in the office. And so I think that well mine wasn't for Generations ago my just you know was one generation ago and I think to myself I don't know. I think that I think for one that all of us come into this world having made a contract that we kind of choose our experiences and our life in some way. I know that sounds very esoteric but it's kind of how I feel that I probably chose. I chose my experiences. I just don't know that I did and so therefore this is what I was meant to go through and I do think that part of me that sort of news. So look I'm glad to adopt animals. I will always adopt animals, you know, I will always try to give them a better chance at life. And as you say just like I had yeah, that that's amazing how how life works, even though we we don't see all all of it all of the the perspective on our life and on about how why things are happening in a certain way, but they I also wanted to to get into something else like the fact that you mentioned that your life that's gave you so much more back and I believe that Pet scan teaches gratitude and I think it's it's a great way like we're influenced by not just a human beings wage that are around us, but also by the beings that are homeless or whether that's our pets dogs or cats or if we have other kind of pets off. How do you see the gratitude that they share with you? Like how would you describe it? How like what I'm looking for is easy for us to to be able to somehow to experience it. When we imagine how for instance your your dog is showing her off or it's a patient appreciation. Well, the first thing I would say and I think like key to almost any practice when you're trying to maybe either to gratitude or you know, some form of mindfulness, it's it well it is that it's to become mindful to become aware to become open to the possibility versus And we get into these are Daily Grind where I got to work. I got to work I got to do this. I got to do that. I got it. And and when does it become open and aware of really all of the beautiful things that are actually happening in that moment. We're concerned with the future. We're worried about the past. So I would say for me it's becoming mindful. It's becoming aware. It's become its paying attention. And so for example in the our dog race who we just adopted right before the pandemic she had been in a situation. I live here in New Mexico and in Santa Fe and here it was a very publicized event where a woman had hoarded meaning, you know, just taken in over I think needs a hundred dogs, but they were kept in really a bad situation. I went out there with some other Rescuers and she was put in jail and we took the dogs and we put them into dinner table. Rescues and I helped with that and that's where I met Grace and the thing that I saw with all of the dogs and when I adopted Grace I saw with her was that she had almost forgotten how to be a dog. She didn't play with balls. She was scared of everything. She was scared of men in particular. She didn't want to sniff anything, you know dogs use their noses a lot. She didn't care about that. She does not look like she had given up hope but slowly slowly day after day. She started kind of letting go of the past and just embracing this new life that we were giving her birthday that was filled with love and attention and really good food and exercise and play and you could see just her blossoming and I am in some ways. I feel that dogs and cats and other animals. They Embrace gratitude. They're grateful. I I can tell you if she knew she knew she had gotten a second chance at life here and birth. I would see these little things like for example the other day. I was getting ready for my book launch and I was getting a little more stressed than I usually get and she started bumping me with her nose like bumping me on with her nose as I was on the computer which basically meant get up and.

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"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Healing and very beautiful. Well, first of all, I want I'm so glad that your girlfriends and help you develop a connection with animals and that now you've experienced this unconditional love. I've heard a lot of stories of people being afraid of animals and it's an interesting thing to see when they turn around like I I have a friend I remember she was her she's Indian and I guess her parents taught her that animals were dirty. So they've had a pet ever so she was so afraid of animals and then I didn't see her for years and then years later next. Is she she had a dog and now she's obsessed with that song. She takes these pictures of takes pictures of dogs on the street and I said, who are you you're completely different but she was able to see this connection. And you know, I've also wanted to bring up the fact that dead. I have as an adult. I adopt animals that usually people don't want anymore. Usually there on what we call here death row. They're going to be euthanized either everybody thinks they're too aggressive or for whatever reason they've given up on that endemol and I went the adopted a dog who actually really did inspire me to write a book but she was so aggressive and she had so many issues and I was sort of at a loss of how to work with her to help her and I don't know if you do, you know, or have you heard of Cesar Millan who they call the Dog Whisperer? Okay. So I took Roxy my dog to see him and this was before he was as famous as he is now and I and he saw my dog and it was a very interesting thing cuz the bottom line of the conversation was she said he said if you are going to try to help this dog, you have to prove Let's kill yourself. You have to deal with your own tension your own stress your own anger all the things that make you unbalanced in order to help balance this dog. And so he was the first person who taught me that the energy that you're holding as you're holding maybe a leaf and that leaves attaches to your dog that dog will feel everything. So thought it was a wonderful healing opportunity for me to see the parts of myself that were out of balance to address that in order to help her and that that was one of the the biggest ah, ha moments I've ever had in my life and I used that all the time if my dog acts out. I I look you know, I look to see if there's a problem with her, but I look at myself also. It's beautiful as beautiful and I I I totally feel that because in my own experience, I I had this kind of moments in which I understood the fact that many times. We would just don't understand the the pads that we have and why they're behaving like that. It's not something that defines them particular issue. And when we when we understand that it's a whole different story for instance even today. We we went to for a walk and thought there was this this this house and it has it had two dogs and they were barking and until we went to the offense and we we nailed and we gave them our hands to to smell them. They were just barking and barking but afterwards they were like, oh my God new friends. Yeah, that's wonderful. That is wonderful. Yeah, yeah, you know the I always tell my husband if the dog does something and he says well, why do you think that the dog did that and I can tell he's thinking as a human I said, you know what it makes sense to her why she did that as a dog or it makes sense to that cat why they did that it just, you know, our human brain trying to make it tries to get us to understand in a human way, but they're dogs. They're cats, you know, these animals have their own intelligence their own way of being and the things that they do make sense to them as I'm helping people move their businesses online by using my web expertise. I also want you to experience more abundance through gratitude, especially in these troubling times and I have put all the dino in the step-by-step course to help you go from lack to abundance in seven weeks go to Georgia and bond abundance to find out more dead. That's George in Benton. Com slash abundance. See you there. This woman. She was actually working interestingly enough on a website for animals. And if she had a dog who was about twelve years old and would always sit under her under her computer as she worked and one day. She noticed that the dog just kept waiting and waiting and waiting and so she thought oh my goodness, you know my dog sick, so she took her to the vet and the vet check the dog over and she said no, there's nothing wrong with your dog the dog kept whining and it was several nights now where the dog was whining so much that she kept my friend and her husband up all night. So my friend then I just started to pet the dog at the dog, you know to try to keep her calm and then she decided Well, you know, how can I stay awake? How can I stay awake all night to try to keep her calm, and so she's got to herself. Well, maybe I'll give my cell phone number. Breast exam so she took her hand and touched her own breasts and the moment and she did that this dog who was again twelve years old. She was arthritic. She jumped on the bed in years suddenly leapt onto that mattress and she started to scratch at the women's breasts and she scratched it. It's so badly that it started to bleed off and then that's when your husband woke up and he went over and he started to examine the breath and he felt a lump and you know, the thing is she had already been to the doctor and it gotten a clean bill of health the month before so she went to the doctor the next day and the doctor said, oh my God, this is an aggressive form of breast cancer. They did a biopsy discover this and he said if it wasn't for this dog, you would be dead..

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"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Health expert. Her name is Carolyn montesdeoca, and she has had some amazing experiences regarding her relationship and other relationship with pets and healing and also with gratitude and we will talk about all of these topics today on this beautiful episode Carlin welcome to the Gratitude podcast. Thank you so much. It is my pleasure to be here. It's it's my pleasure to have you here as well. And I'm really curious where our conversation will go. But first I wanted to to ask you if you could tell us your story and how you were able to heal through the the power of pets animals. Well ever since I was a child, I I think ever since I was born. I I just had a deep connection with animals. And when I was young I was I grew up kind of lonely. I was I didn't have a lot of friends and I was the youngest of my siblings were much older than I was so I was alone a lot but I had dogs and I always found that dogs were amazing. They comforted me when I felt very low they they never judged me the way that I always felt that humans might judging me and they vary from a very early time. I felt that they were my friends and but the thing is I always thought well that's kind of an odd thing about me. I didn't imagine that other people were having a kind of relationship or this kind of connection with animals, and it was only until I got older and I actually became an acupuncturist in a pig Practice that I started to hear stories of other people telling me the same things. How may be a cat had comforted them when they were going through a like a liver cancer. I remember somebody sharing a story and somebody else telling me that they had gone through a difficult break-up and how their dog had come to them while they were sitting on the kitchen floor just crying and the dog had licked away their tears. So I saw that animals have such a profound connection to too many of us who recognize them. So I will say my story came very early on but it's been a lifetime of seeing that animals can help us on every level of our healing from mind to body to Spirit. Yeah, that's that's beautiful. And just as you are as you were speaking outside the window, I saw a woman running with her two dogs and they were so happy and uh just it was so nice to see that while I was listening to and you speak about how how beautiful this connection is off and I totally believe that and I had my own experiences. And yes, it's your sister sharing. I think I should share a bit of my my story as well about this when I was a child. My mom would very good intentions would like to for me to be protected for me to be safe. She kind of taught me to fear dogs. We didn't have any pets and they were very far off to To me and I actually had some experiences in which of the fear grew somehow some dog owners that were in a responsible or just dogs that were that didn't actually have any owners that were roaming the streets and off cuz they're interesting that in time. Thanks to my girlfriend. I I got to see them differently. She was very loving towards them and off before before that for me. It was really hard to actually pet them because I was afraid my mom always said that I should be aware because uh, you you never know what why what they might do and in time off. Got to love them more and more and I had some some beautiful experiences with dogs and with cats as well. Like black cats are I'm a cat person and the people listening to the podcast know that about me as I had some quite some quite a few episodes about that. But and the thing is that it's so beautiful how how you can create a relationship with a dog with with the package. It's like like a family member like someone that indeed like like you said it, Loves you unconditionally like the doesn't judge you in any way and it's something so interesting that in the first place. I judged I thought the people that were that needed this kind of acceptance like they had the problem but I realize that we as humans we have different kinds of interactions some are positive some are negative and whether that's with other humans or with dead animals with the fact that we can have this positive interaction that's unconditional of whether we and in the case of women. Let's say we have makeup on or not or other things. That's that's something that's so deep. For us humans, and yeah, I think it's it's very.

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"montes" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an ABC podcast. Thorns! Ryan is devil who grew up. In a haunted house. There's no other way can really put this. First Day Devil Lawrence has been performing in public as devil, jumping his motorcycle cars and buses and planes for decades. It's pretty much all he ever wanted to do. Since he saw evil knievel do it as a kid in the nineteen seventies. He performs under the name of Lawrence Legend and he presents a clean image, black protective leather, but with a neat color and tie. Lawrence loves the three little. He loves at the time the crowd. TIMES, he's stunts have been broadcast on American TV to huge audiences. The nature of the game is that not every stunt is going to work. And sometimes when hes planned to fly of a fifteen cars. He's only gotten as far as fourteen and a half. And he's well aware that that's the thing that a lot of people have come to see. He knows that a lot of the time. His audience want to see him file. They want to see crash. And then there's the house. Lawrence grew up in property outside Jimmy Newsouth wiles named Monte Cristo. In a grand old Victorian Mansion. A Beautiful Graceful Home Beckett Day. Which had become a holiday? Rick dead bought at back in nineteen sixty three. Monte Cristo was always known in Germany as the we'd House. The house where everyone knew some terrible things that happened. and. The kids were just too scared to go. Now it bills itself as Australia's most haunted house. Ghosts on Ghosts Lawrence had many terrifying nights there as a kid. And now the place does ghost tours. Lawrence Ryan still leaves on the Monte. Cristo Property Not in the has self, but further down the road, and that's where he was when I spoke to him by sky. Hello Lawrence. Thanks Lawrence. When did you decide that you wanted to be a little funny thing? I don't recall the actual. Tom Itself, but my dad tells the story that ever since I was a three year old child that I said I wanted to be a a stunt performer stunt man of some sort and it just something that's just stuck with me for for my life and no one. David talked me out of it. AIDS GRUPP thinking going to be a farm and replacement something exciting. What that, but that wasn't my thing..

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"montes" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"montes" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"I'm standing outside Montes church in the industrial area the western Sydney suburb of kings would he and I go back a ways I first met him seven years ago in the open a cop pocket kings would train station when I was reporting a story the four corners with people I in Iowa this is where you make them and that they will possibly see in there what's going on then you get to share with pot pasta pot make three D. the free L. Frisco restaurant his energy and enthusiasm were infectious I'm keen to see how he's going now seven years my Jesus ends of it thank you I don't know now you haven't you looks you still expertly and young from a lot as you go in are you really good yeah yeah yeah coronaviruses killed the cop parked in his for now when no longer delivering hot food in the street it's hampers its food deliveries were partnering with different groups partner with school teachers that are just coming and picking up food for these students partnering with other churches who and other community groups he can pick up some still distribute incitement of food but just in a different way but still doing it but the natives massive just while the need is growing Monte's got fewer people to help support his massive logistical load before the virus came he had thirty to forty volunteers a week along with sixty people working for the dole on any given day now they've been told to stay home we've got probably about six or seven that are running the food solutions sought where we would have thirty to forty there on.

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"montes" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"montes" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image. Coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food one delicious meal at a time. Good morning, friends, or honestly, whatever time you listen to this podcast that it currently happens to be while. You're listening today. We have a very intriguing episode. I guess you could say we're taking a long hard look about what we believe about ourselves and why so, yeah, this one is going to be a little bit of a deep one. So today's interview is with Amy Smith, who, as a self-proclaimed SAS life coach who specializes in all things confidence, who helps aspiring bad SS, stand up for themselves without being assholes. So yeah, you guessed it. There is some swearing in this episode. So if you don't appreciate it, you might not like this episode. However, I know that you probably will like the content. So what Amy is trying to tell all of her clients, and everyone that she speaks, you is that it's time to let go of all of the people pleasing and, cultivate, some serious self worth in the meat of this episode. We are talking about the fear. Of not belonging of people pleasing and why it's so detrimental to our mental and physical health our beliefs about worthiness, and how they drive our behaviors constant comparison and perfectionism and basically, all of the things this is kind of like Bernie Brown type episode. If I can call it that this is the type of episode where if you're anything like me, you'll want to listen once, and then probably listen again, and maybe take some notes and do some serious thinking about your life, and how these things we're talking about have played out in your own life because that's exactly what I did. And by the way, yes, again, if you don't like cursing, you probably won't like this episode, but there are knowledge bombs sprinkled into this episode. No, not sprinkled into this episode. It's like a waterfall of knowledge, bombs about beliefs about yourself and worthiness, and the fear of not belonging n people pleasing and perfectionism and all the things and I know you guys are gonna love it. I would love if you could. Well, introduce yourself to the listeners and then also tell us more about your personal health, journey specifically about confidence and boundaries. And how you even learned about what those concepts were in the first place. Oh man. While I love first of all, that, you, you incorporate the health piece, because I think a lot of times we don't realize that some of the reasons why we have a stomach ulcer might be because of our relationship with their mother over, we don't a lot of times, we like to compartmentalize our internal narrative, and what's happening with us versus our external body, our health, it's very much tied together, so mice nation is I'm assuming that there are many people out there who can very much relate, so a bit of context that grew up in extremely conservative born again, Christian family and my father had a masters. Divinity and a doctorate in ministry. So I mean we were fucking around over there. And so I grew up with a lot of dogma around, what was right and wrong and just a lot of motivation from fear and guilt. And a lot of shame. And there was a lot of kind of why am I apart of this family? Gosh, you know, I'm disag- Centric kind of wild hearted child who just would love to have been in a hippie commune in here. I am you know, the total bible, thumper. And I'm like, what, how did they warn into this fan? So fast forward, probably I dunno almost three three decades and I had the I, I guess I should say fortune, and misfortune to lose my father in os seven and I say fortune just because it really was one of the most beautifully intimate experiences to be with somebody as they passed. And so the day of my father's service, I had. A very rich career in a makeup artistry at the time. So I knew without a shadow of adult that a I was going to speak at the service and B I was gonna do his makeup, the actual mortuary makeup for his deceased body. So here I am thinking I'm daughter of the year award. I'm speaking to this crowd of hundreds and I'm doing makeup on my father, and my mom later, that day found it the most opportune time to say that she felt that that my father and heard failed and that because the three of us myself and my two siblings. My two brothers weren't quote walking with the Lord, now another bit of context. I was I was by all context. The good child, I had started working since I was fourteen I worked in a company that paid for my tuition, I paid for all my college myself got married. When I was young moved out both my brothers did jail time. I mean, it was sort of this. How the hell can you want me in and say, like your children are disappointments? And the only thing that I could really muster kind of in that moment was to say, well, you probably shouldn't say that to child, and she kind of just well that's just how I feel. In that I think was kind of impetus for me to realize that there were going to be costs to actually standing up for myself, and there would be a cost. Conversely, of not standing up for myself. And what that meant was, I was gonna have to choose between making them happy or making me happy. And when it came down to that I chose me and the trajectory thereafter was extremely combative adversary oil when I kind of found my- flooding and was like, no, this is who I'm about, I'm, I'm a liberal, and I met, you know, I love free lab. And I'm you know all these things. And it kind of came out of the Christian closet, so to speak. I or the agnostic closet, I guess, my, my relationship with my mom became extremely combative. And I just I wanted to talk about all the things let's talk about abortion. Let's talk about gay rights. Let's talk about, but let me just take you to school on all these things, and it wasn't until having some blowout fights in and being so incredibly embarrassed of my behavior in realizing that there's a different way to communicate that I kind of stumbled upon what I what I teach now which is, this dichotomy of you can speak up for yourself. You can be incredibly assertive, but you can also be extremely kind in loving and compassionate at the same time. But I'm sure you see this to a lot of times in our society. It's a we'd want to get anything done. You must dawn the masculine, and you must be aggressive in better not ever be vulnerable and got. So that, that. Kind of has been what has led me to doing the work that I do now. Which is twofold, it's knowing internally, that, who you are matters, that your voice matters, your wants your opinions your needs all matter. And then the external piece of okay, we'll know how does that relate to actually communicating with people in my life? What does it sound like to establish a boundary with my inlaws Sangley, please? Don't see my kid, hyper riposte corn syrup, or please don't take them to the church that I don't believe in, or hey spouse, I actually think I want a divorce a quarter of the things that you say in these really tumultuous polarizing situations. So that's, that's kind of what I do in my little corner of the internet. Yeah. So that is so cool. And so how tell me about that, like transition period when you're having all this strife with your family and stuff. And then you kind of had this like a Pitney of this is how I'm gonna stand up for myself. How did you then transition to? Okay. This is working really well for me, and I'm able to live my best life. How did you then start working with people on how to coach them through that? Well, what's interesting? It was kind of harmony us because when I first started my coaching practice with which was well over ten years ago. Now, I went to coaching school in the mid two thousand so it's it's been a minute, and I originally was all things relationships. So it was generally how to make marriage work. What was my kind of Nisha at the time and what I was noticing in my work as I was focusing primarily on relationships, though. A lot of women were lacking in the belief. In who they were a lot around this self worse Pierce, a lot around at forgiving themselves or forgiving. Other people letting go blame so that they could find a more strong footing in their relationship. And so instead of really focusing on this symptom of a need to get through to my spouse, or need to fix my communication. I kinda went back to the basics. We started unearthing a lot of this stuff around self worth. So then in twenty fifteen I went through total rebrand, and I kinda started looking at this, and then building on a lot of the things that I was working through in my own life. I kind of went oh here's this is my sweet spot. It is not just finding your voice, but also how to use it how to broach boundaries saying no in having this demand ticks in the actual scripts, the it kind of happened as a gradual evolution, I would say, and I ended up going back and looking through. True path client notes in, you know what are the things that you most want to get out of things in that was really helpful to me in figuring out. Okay. Here's my pen is on a genius. Yeah. That's awesome. And then where where did the name the joy junkie come from? Oh will that was one hundred percent like a business decision? My. Well, yes. Okay. Swell one was, I realized that in, I'm sure you can definitely attest to this with disordered eating, and things like that, that we are all addicted to something, it might be our smartphone. It might be counting calories. God forbid, it might be all of these various things I thought will what would shift for us, if we were equally as addicted to joy as we are to all these other vices that aren't actually bringing us any fulfillment or happiness. But another piece of it was going through trademark processes and things like that. I knew that very realistically. I would change my niche. So if I got involved in health coaching, let's say or if I got involved in physical, fitness, or became an accountant, I could still have joy junkie accounting. So part of it was was very much a business move. But then also talking about the outcome. You know what are we actually striving for when we want the perfect Creole when we want the perfect body, when we went the perfect business were actually just striving for an emotion. We think we're gonna feel we think it's going to bring freedom happiness fulfillment. So I thought why not really talk about the end result that we're all really looking for. Yeah. So talk about that. What are the biggest things that are standing in the way of people actually finding that joy? Oh my gosh. I would say, probably at least from my vantage, point, it is a heavy investment in what everybody else thinks it's that everybody else it, even a noble distraction like your child. Everybody else is once opinions in needs just are more important than mine, period. And that's how many women a disproportionately are raised to believe that self sacrifices noble in, in one of the things that I say, all the time is constantly, putting everybody in front of yourself is poison disguised as nobility, we think that it's so valiant and what it is is. It's martyrdom. And were not better. Parents were not better. Entrepreneurs were not better activists or artists were not better anything if we're depleted. But we're wired that way ends..

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"montes" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"montes" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"I'm your host Dana Montes of real food with sina. I'm a nutritionist and body image. Coach teaching women how to heal their relationship with booth in their bodies ditch the die cycle for good and truly thrive with real food one delicious meal at a time. Hello, internet, and welcome back to episode seventy seven of the real talk with Dana podcast today. We have Caitlyn Higgins from nerdy nutritionist on the show. She is a new licensed nutritionist just finished grad school got her degrees, now she's a real person and all the things. Who is talking about her health journey with mysterious symptoms food, sensitivities intestinal permeability and how she figured out what the heck was going on with her body. We're also talking about her experience of disordered eating from starting with stuff like skipping meals and school binging, and purging, two more exit behaviors of doing multiple whole thirties in a row combined with sugar detox is an obsessing over steps on her Fitbit, and how she started to get out of those things were also talking about finding the middle ground during this podcast. So this is the kind of elusive no-man's land that exists for many people who are dealing with on the one hand, chronic health conditions that may necessitate a therapeutic diet or some kind of food restriction to prevent flare ups or some serious symptoms with autoimmune disease. So Caitlin has both Hashi motives, and ESPN Affleck is off Justice, which we're going to explain in the podcast. But at the same time these people. All also have a history of chronic dieting, maybe over exercising, or therapeutic behaviors all the way to disordered eating or eating disorders. This then becomes really tricky because not only is the complete trial and error process and a really hard space to get to this, like, elusive freedom or neutrality, or whatever you wanna call it, but it's going to look, so different for every single person depending on their background specific health issues or autoimmune conditions, the severity of your symptoms, etc. Right. And so that's one thing to keep in mind with these episode is I'm trying to have more people on the podcasts that fit this Bill of having deal dealt with both of these things. And now we're all trying to find what does this middle ground? Look like for different people. So no matter what Caitlyn or we talked about this with page when she was on the podcast to no matter what is working for them. Sure. That might work for you, but it also might look completely different. So I don't want you to take what any one person says, not only on this podcast on any other. Podcast or any other person that has this kind of experience just because that is the exact thing that's working for them, even if they do have a very similar background to you of say they have Hashi motos, and they also have this background of chronic dieting, or eating disorders, of where wherever it is, even though you have Mace, have some commonality with the symptoms that you're experiencing from the auto immune disease, or whatever it is. That doesn't mean that your general food guidelines are going to look the same even with those similarities in your health condition so little offhand topic there. But then with Caitlin stories specifically throw another massive debilitating wrench into the equation. If you have ever experienced some kind of trauma for Caitlin it was not only the stress of moving to a foreign country completely away from home and some bad breakup, but also losing her only sibling to opioid overdose. So we're chatting about how all of these things impacted her recovery. And also the most helpful resources that she used to help get through these tough times. Welcome to the podcast. So for people who have not met you before. Please introduce yourself a little bit. So you are a functional nutritionist and Rakia healer, I tell you not yourself and what that means. So I'm Caitlyn. Agains also known as be nerdy nutritionist. I recently earned my master's degree and functional nutrition from h like you and I just got my license son and my CNS. So I did. All those things and are real person. I am. Yes. Now, I can think all things. And then I also my first or my second year at age, I did level one Ricky healing. So I became certified as Ricky healer. And so what that means again. So Rakyat essentially, it was to healing practice that originated in Japan in the early nineteen hundreds and Ray means universal life force in key means essence of individual conflict Chee in acupuncture, in so what it is. It's just like noninvasive light touch on lake on the body. Obviously, you're closed in everything, and it can be for people or animals. And so it's essentially like jump starts a person's own energy like he'll link or healing system, through it aims to detect and correct any kind of energy imbalances in the mind, body and spirit. How'd you get into that Hamal? I've always sleek, not always, but like when I started really getting into light Neutra. Shannon, and like more of a holistic lifestyle I learned about Rakia few years prior to starting school. And I was so fascinated by that. And also in a lot of different spiritual healing methods in general. I was just very my mind. I was pretty lake open minded to all these different things when I heard about it a night heard that there were some people locally, who taught classes I was like I jumped on that now was like I gotta do this. And I also was looking for ways to heal myself because really raking first and foremost, his like for yourself end. That's what we were taught is to do your self Frankie practice every single day to kind of in it really made a difference in my life, cool. Awesome. Yes. So backtracking a little bit. Like, why, why did you get so interested in nutrition to the point where you will, like, yeah, this is what I wanna do like I want to become a practitioner. So it kind of took a while to get there. But so in two thousand twelve hundred thirteen I was teaching English in South Korea and. And I was either I was like at a kind of the road, I was like, I'm gonna either resign in stay here another year or I'm going to go back to the states in go get my master's degree. And I knew that I was really into. Honestly, I didn't know that. I wanted to do nutrition. But I knew that I wanted my master's in. I was like, I'm interested in food, and all this stuff, and I was looking into I'm like I just chose it. I'm going to do that. But then when I moved back to the states, I moved to Houston thinking, I was gonna do like your traditional nutritionist degree type thing. I looked it up. I didn't it didn't resonate with me like the traditional like my plate, the food pyramid. And he the live at milk and all that stuff. So I was like I can't do this. So I've been searched for schools that were more integrative in had like the same kind of mindset that I did. And from there, a just like I started kind of digging into the research in trying to heal myself, I had some kind. Kind of I developed food sensitivities in allergies, when I was about twenty years old. So it's fan. Almost a tenure journey for me to try to figure out, I guess what foods work for me and to find that food freedom, kind of thing. And so I guess that that's just kind of wet started at all was, you know, trying to heal myself looking into getting really into blogs, and, you know, Instagram and all that stuff in it, sorta falling people and I was like, oh my God. This is so pool and we can talk about it later but I was doing like the whole thirty end twenty one day sugar detox in weren't we all yet we were. But then when I when I found results for me, as far as I kind of heal myself I wasn't feeling sick all the time. I was eating really well whole foods. Yes. I did lose weight. But it wasn't like dramatic at first I felt really good about myself. And I was like I believe that I can help other people do the same thing and my biggest passion kind of above all, this working with, like adults is working with children in educating them, like working in the lunchroom's and changing the lunchroom food and stuff like that. So I'm just really passionate on that side. Yeah. Yes. So what we're the kinds of symptoms that you were experiencing that then, once you went down this rabbit hole, like research in blogs, and everything you're like, oh, these might be food sensitivities, but what was coming up for you before you figured out that, that's what it was severe physically. I was me and my girlfriend at the time we were in college, you know, we were going on all the time and eating out and drinking and all. All that stuff. And you know, I had that typical college diet lifestyle cereal op cards Rama noodles writing theory the air. Yes. Of course. And then I started every time we would go out to eat, or I would eat something I literally felt nauseous, like I might cheek started to flush. I started getting like lightheaded dizzy, and my like I was start celebrating and I needed to go throw up immediately and it was with everything, though, I mean, anything that, especially, you know, anything with cream or dairy all the bread things wine all the things it just like made me feel really bad in. So I was like, I don't know what's wrong with me. Like I couldn't keep anything down inside, eventually went to the doctor and get tested and they came back with itchy ease. So people don't know. That's like your true allergy. I was alerted to everything I felt like it was allergic to life. You know, Brad milk dairy eggs, beef pork all the all the things. But then looking back now. And with. I have that would just show that I have severe in impermeability in, you know, had some gut issues for sure. Yeah. Yes. Always going to ask, like, we know that as practitioners, but many people don't realize that when you get one of those tests back in it shows that you have a ton of food sensitivities it doesn't mean that you're actually allergic to all those foods. It just means that will one you're sensitive to them right now, but most likely because you have some leaky gutter intestinal permeability going on. And then the answer to that problem of having all these food sensitivities that are causing the symptoms is okay, let's, he'll up the gut, and then you will should be able to eat these things at least in some kind of moderation again, but then it's also backing up from that even more in saying, okay? Well, what caused the gut inflammation league he got in the first place. So were you able to figure out what that was, I would looking back up? Lutely, it was just from a very young age. I you know, my family did the best they could. But we ate vary. You know boxed every. Saying, you know, really poor quality food your hamburger helper. You know talking Denner kits. So I ate really poorly. I also used food as comfort..

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"montes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"montes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One thing Montes instilled to them as a defensive mindset, and we're fortunate we didn't give any goals last time, we played them. But we had to grind to get the, you know, we ended up getting too, but it's a struggle. And the one thing that makes them a threat is the do have Raj love and Ben and saying an elite players that can put the puck in the net. But they're supporting cast. He's got him bought in their goalies are playing well, and they plan to many high scoring affairs. And when you do that, you're giving yourself a chance to win every night was a lack of scoring from them. You know, now, they only need a couple to win games. And that's what's working for now. The stars defeated the Panthers on Tuesday nights three to nothing. That was the team six win in eight games. Tyler Sagan had a big ninety recorded a game high three points, and he's eight the scoresheet and five of his of his last six games. And he's recorded twenty points over his last sixteen games since the start at the twenty nineteenth season. Alexander off also played twelve late. Record to assist and he has points in consecutive games. Now is now registered points in four of his last five games. And in forty six games, the Dallas Roger law ranked second on the stars with forty six points. Now the stars have switch things up a bit with their line combinations. Jim Montgomery, moved Jamie. Benn onto a lot with Radic FOX and Blake almo- taking Ben away from Tyler Sagan and Alexander Raja and replacing him with Matisse yawn. Mark. Now the first game with the new lines was January nineteenth against Winnipeg. With the stars. We're trying to snap a four game losing streak. We'll see if they do that again tonight. We'll see Ben Bishop. He tweaked something in a five four win over Arizona on February fourth is not played since he's going to miss his fourth consecutive game against the lighting. He missed five games November with lower body injury. What he's played. He's been good thirty four games this year nineteen twelve and two overall with a two point three zero goals against in a nine twenty four save percentage. Now, we're taking an inside look at tonight's game. Thanks the Tampa Bay times. Get more than the score from the Tampa Bay times in print and online. Subscribe today at Tampa Bay dot com. Getting back to Andrea bass Leschi's never lost in regulation in his career versus Dallas going four one with a shutout in twelve. Total goals allowed at five starts. Also, Steven stamkos has nineteen points in twelve games against Dallas. Keep an eye on that tonight. To take a look at the out of town scores. It is presented by trade. Winds islands resorts official beach resort of the lightning making it much easier to score discounted rooms and hockey tickets. Save.

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"montes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"montes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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