35 Burst results for "Movement"

Mark Levin Says He's Tired in Impassioned 'Hannity' Monologue

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 hrs ago

Mark Levin Says He's Tired in Impassioned 'Hannity' Monologue

"And this is what I said. Cut one go. I'm going to tell you what's going on. I was part of the Reagan revolution as part of the tea party movement. Was part of the Trump revolution. There is a massive movement of foot. It's not under the radar. People just started looking at it. The silent majority is not going to be silent anymore. The American people are furious with what's happening to their country by American people. I mean, all American people who love this country, regardless of their color, their religion, their background. Red blooded Americans. They are sick and tired of what they've seen in the first six months of this administration. They don't like the way they're being treated by the elites in the media. They don't like being looked down upon by these phony professors who they bring on TV who trash them. They are disgusted with the teachers unions. Parents all over this country can't believe what's happened to elementary schools and secondary schools. Parents go broke to send their kids to college, another coming home on Thanksgiving or other days, and they don't know what's happened to them. We're paying for our own demise with tenured Marx's professors and administrators. For schools that are turning on our founding in our history. Americans love their history. Americans love their history, The good the bad and the ugly. Americans are sent all over the world to fight wars for people who do not look like them. America's borders are wide open. We have a president United States was violating our immigration laws who signs executive orders, like his Benito Mussolini were sick and tired of hearing from San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi. In New York City, Chuck Schumer, what they intend to do to our court system. Those courts belong to us attacking separation of powers and our constitutional construct. We're tired of the way the family is trashed in this country, the family We're tired away. Private property rights are treated in this country. We're tired of a lot of things going on in this

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Rights Groups Take Police Racial Profiling Case to Top French Court

BBC Newsday

01:57 min | 20 hrs ago

Rights Groups Take Police Racial Profiling Case to Top French Court

"Is an issue that often causes tensions between the police and minority youth. A few months ago, six organizations including Human rights Watch and Amnesty International, demanded the government acts on this issue and threatened legal action. If not satisfied. Well, now they've launched that action. We're joined now on the line from Paris by human rights campaign the Yes, sir. Louati. Morning to Yes. So can you tell us more about this case you're filing, please, and exactly what you hope to achieve by it. Well, this is an organization that joined forces for this class action won't be the first to do it. But again, they make headlines because they highlight the racist policies of the French police and how the French state has been in complete denial over what's happening on the ground. As a matter of fact, the French ombudsman a few years ago called out racial profiling by the police and showing statistics that If you are black or Arab in France, you are 20 times more likely of being harassed by the police. Even the U. N last December of 2020 summoned the French government and its police for its rich should raise his policies. And it's violence. The problem we have here today, Madam, is that you know this has been amply documented. The French police was born in 1943 under the Vichy government in 1961. It killed the harvest of Algerians. And threw their bodies into the river. A sin for 40 years, the value have been calling out. You know, police brutality and the French government never listened. And with the yellow vest movement we had Dozens of hours of documented, police asked the police brutality and every single time the French government supported the police and said We stand by the police and these are already accidents. So if I can ask you if I can ask you so six months ago, you told the government, you know that they should end this kind of racial

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Sen. Ron Johnson Comments on Taking Down Big Tech

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 1 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Comments on Taking Down Big Tech

"Let's talk about big Tech. Um Until we take over the Congress and so forth. I do think President Trump's lawsuit is right on now, particularly given what Jim Pataki said and what the others have said, and they have Basically made the case that the government And these oligarchs are working together, Don't you think? I think so. And that's certainly going to be one of the avenues is we have to expose them to liability. These companies have become way too powerful. We never left an individual your own, a TV station newspaper radio station in this in a small community. We have these. You know a few oligarchs controlling all this information, so we have to look at her antitrust laws. Democrats are gone changes because this works well for them So again, That's where I go back to your book, Your BDs movement. Need to boycott. We need the private sector alternatives. Conservatives have to stop. Of supporting these businesses. We need to find alternatives and let the free market work as well. While we're undergoing of your undertaking a legal strategy as well.

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The Government Allegedly Targets the Patriot Movement

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 d ago

The Government Allegedly Targets the Patriot Movement

"Original defendants have pleaded not guilty, and they vigorously deny that they were involved in a conspiracy to kidnap anyone. The prosecution gather thousands of social media post some 400,000 text messages and more than 1300 hours of recordings. Including audio or video from all three vehicles that alleges traveled to Birch Lake on the night of September, 12. It maintains that this evidence shows that many of those who were charged not only expressed anti government sentiment But also took concrete steps toward the goal of kidnapping or killing law enforcement officers and elected officials. But the defendants as well as other caught up in the sweeping investigation would stretch from Baltimore to Kansas City. Claim their talk never rose beyond the level of fantasy, and they never intended to harm anyone. Although they have not denied participating, a training events are attending meetings and communicating without the defendants. They claim that no actual conspiracy kidnap the governor ever existed. Instead, they say they were targeted because of their political views. Some described the case as a premeditated campaign by the government to undermine the Patriot movement. An ideology based on fealty to the Second Amendment and the conviction that the government has violated the constitution and therefore is illegitimate. He argued that the

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'American Marxism' Tops Over 400,000 Copies Sold in First Week

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 1 d ago

'American Marxism' Tops Over 400,000 Copies Sold in First Week

"And again. I want to thank you folks. You are absolutely, uh, fantastic, tremendous patriots who care about the survival of this country? And I want you to know that, uh, as I did point out yesterday were not only number one on the New York Times, hardcover nonfiction New York Times hardcover and E book combined nonfiction. The final numbers for the first week came in. Hardcover books, 330,000 E books and audio. Another 70,000. So all told all format 400,000 copies. American Marxism were sold. Because of you. Purchasing it for yourself. Other people, family members and so forth. And this week. The numbers are also significant as best as I can see. And so I believe this movement is for real. I believe this movement is growing. I believe the Americans who are patriotic who love this country, and we far outnumber the others. Want to understand exactly what's taking place. Who's doing it to us where this comes from, and Some ideas many ideas from what we should do about it.

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Ronald J. Pestritto on the Origins of American Progressivism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 1 d ago

Ronald J. Pestritto on the Origins of American Progressivism

"I have on the line ronald history. To- professor of politics at hillsdale college. I'm glad to bring to your attention and important new book. America transformed the rise. Legacy of american progressivism. Do you want to understand. What the origins of america's left are this is a book to do. So professor post-rio welcome to the dennis prager show. Hi donna factor. Having long yes. Indeed people don't know and it's understandable. They think to the extent that they think they think that it started in the sixties that's incorrect. Is that right. Well that's right. The sixties are flexing of what team before earlier weights of the bruins on. But you know one of the reasons. I i wrote. The book is because people down in trying to become so troubled many of them by what they see and don't and don't know that there's a much longer history this that's right. When would you say it began. So i try to talk to the latter part of the nineteen hundreds and really dennis to the really big changes that happened in in american higher education that time and that's the progressive movement a lot of the ideas that we get in really changing country twentieth and twenty first century. Really were the result of of very different political principles that were important into the country in the second part of the nineteen hundreds after civil war and that starting to universities and then influence later on the part of the twentieth century to the major political movement of progressivism and near the the more famous national figures. That people may have heard of like dido roosevelt. Woodrow wilson

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'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:02 min | 1 d ago

'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark

"A debate brewing over sharks Should shark bites be called attacks or just encounters as beachgoers. Witness survivors getting rushed to the hospital viral video posted just this weekend showing a hammerhead shark in Panama City Beach getting a little too close to swimmers. Some wildlife experts are pushing to rebrand interactions with the ocean's apex predator, calling them bites, negative encounters or incidents instead of attacks. I would say any time we're painting any wildlife as interested in harming humans. We're reducing people's positive feelings about them. People's desire to see them conserved and protected and increasing the likelihood that people see them as Villains or antagonists. For years. They've been the bad guys in movies like Jaws. We're gonna need a bigger coach and the Meg about a massive megalodon shark. But experts say in reality shark bites are rare and that using language like attack gives a false impression of intent. Page winter who was bitten by a shark in 2019, losing part of her leg. Told all Robin Roberts she didn't see her encounter as the Sharks fault. This situation has urged me to learn more about sharks. I didn't do something directly to the shark, but I was in his water. You know, That's his house. But Dave Pearson, who survived a shark attack in Australia and now runs a support group called Bite Club says avoiding the word attack downplays the very real danger. We can't keep sanitizing things to the point where we It feels like when you're the person involved. It feels like someone's dismissing your experience and dismissing your troller is something that's insignificant. You need to be aware that there is an element of danger out there and we call them Apex predators for a reason. And predators bite things. Even Stephen Colbert weighing in on the debate. I'm sorry, ma'am, a shark interacted with your husband's torso. He's experiencing a not being alive. Incident. Whatever they're called. Officials are taking these encounters seriously in Cape Cod, where at least 50 confirmed great white shark sightings have been reported this past month on the APP, shark tive, itty. Researchers deployed acoustic receivers to track great whites to keep people safe. It's a really valuable way to find out more about the movement of great white sharks. That's important information for the public to know when they are going to the beach. You know where they might be more likely to encounter a white shark. When you're at the beach. Look for signs of sharks. If there are seals in the water. There might be sharks nearby, because they eat seals. If there are birds flying in the air, that means they're looking for fish that sharks are also probably looking for. So if you do go swimming, try to go in pairs in groups Just be smart. Generally and also remember that unprovoked shark bites are exceedingly rare. There were fewer than 100 globally just last year at CBC's will review coming

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Angel Munoz Discusses the Creation of His Communication Platform, Beacon

Code Story

02:40 min | 1 d ago

Angel Munoz Discusses the Creation of His Communication Platform, Beacon

"In his early career angel news was an investment banker specializing in technology. He was fortunate enough to invest in the development of mp threes in the eighties. In addition to this he's well known for being the spearhead of what is known today as e. sports. He's a father to kids and have been married for thirty six years his passion around interactive entertainment specifically in the world of gaming. He tends to lean towards first person shooters because they have a real sense of immersion. He loves post-apocalyptic gains where you have to survive in a world where systems and infrastructure have been completely removed after launching a successful social media platform around the gaming community called g. tribe. He started to create experiences inside the community so much so keenest team attempted to integrate video game aspects into an audio video experience. This is the creation story of beacon so beacon at its simplest if you wanted to make sure your audience understands it quickly. It's an audio visual communication platform with a whole different perspective on what these interactions should feel and look like we were very much informed by gaming. So as you're a game are you will understand the cruel reality that when you are in a game the environment. If you were to step away from from us for just a second you would realize that it's cartoonish but the job of a great. You know game developer ish to engage the suspension of disbelief. So that you for one second or for the entire period that you're in the game believe that you've entered into a whole different reality so what we noticed on. Let's say video conferencing platforms asked. The opposite was taking place. They you know the movement is to make these calls. You know just transferring information from one point to another with a complete disregard of how we perceive so we were inform. And i'm fortunate enough to have lots of friends that are video game developers and over the years developed a few items that we want to integrate into an experience to make it feel more lifelike. The purpose of beacon is to act like a telemarketer. We want to teleport the person your mind into the person's reality so so in my casey will be in my office. And you feel like you're there

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Are You Practicing 'Real Food Keto'?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Are You Practicing 'Real Food Keto'?

"Today i'm talking about how to set up your kito meal plan really how to dial in your daily diet to help enhance fat burning to reduce cravings and so we look at this. I think we gotta understand as we gotta practice real food kito so we want to really focus on food that provides the most nutrients and the least amount of toxins and so with real food. Kito were prioritizing food quality. Again we want maximal nutrients minimal toxins. Were looking at grass-fed organic animal products looking at really good healthy fats. Sources like avocados olives olive oil coconut oil nuts seeds. Things got fermented vegetables getting shower crowds from pickles in our diet. Kimchi things like that. So we've got literally live foods. Foods that have good bacteria and enzymes salvador digestive system. We want really good quality seafoods. We won't wild caught seafood. We want low carb veggies fruits and herbs. So what people say. How do you eat fruit on a ketogenic diet while you certainly can do lemons and limes avocados and olives are actually fruit and possibly a little bit of berries if you are pretty well keno adapted and you're not super insulin resistant. And then herbs we want to really be able to utilize herb's herbs go underutilized in our society but adding things like basil oregano. Thyme rosemary these things are verbs are very good for our digestive system so they help reduce cramping bloating gas. They help move our bowels effectively. So we get good movement through our bowels and they're also anti-microbials they helped kill off bad bacteria yeast parasites and they support a healthy microbiomes healthy makeup of good bacteria in our gut. So be sure to try to get these herbs in your diet on a regular

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Ohio ‘Incel’ Arrested For Allegedly Plotting Sorority Mass Shooting

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Ohio ‘Incel’ Arrested For Allegedly Plotting Sorority Mass Shooting

"21 year old man from the U. S. State of Ohio has been arrested for plotting to kill women in a mass shooting. Yes. Genco, A self identified member of the misogynistic in cell movement, has been charged with attempting to commit a hate crime and illegally possessing a machine gun.

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

Mark Levin

02:09 min | 2 d ago

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Says People Like Pelosi and Omar Are Tearing Us Down

"Uh, that enough information is getting out to, uh, suburbs and other places in this country where They're going to really go down to defeat big time this this election cycle. I am feeling a movement I have not seen before. And you know what's most interesting mark. It's not just conservatives. I'm hearing it from independence. I'm hearing it from Democrats. I'm hearing it from Democrats, moms who are waking up of what being taught in their schools when they shut down the schools and wouldn't let people go and they put it on zoom. People now paid attention to what these Individuals are saying and teaching. They are teaching you to hate one another. Based upon the color of your skin. Remember, I imagine it's in your book. What is the mark? Six taxes? How do you destroy America? You try to destroy the foundation. You want to hate the nation instead of love the nation. I mean, think about who they have in their party. Congresswoman Omar. Lord in a country that wasn't stabilized. She goes to account. And what does America do? What America does best opening up the arms and brings her into this nation. She becomes a citizen. But what do we do that another other nation will allow you to do you assimilate? You have just as much responsibility. Did anybody else you become a member of Congress less than 13,000 people have ever had the privilege. You would think she would love this nation instead of hate this nation. You would think you'd want to duplicate this instead of try to tear it down. You think you'd want to emulate it? Because when she became a citizen Abraham Lincoln was the Liberator. Martin Luther King spoke of her dreams, and now she wants to criticize it. America is exceptional. Mhm. Not perfect. We strive to be a more perfect union, but they want to tear us down and what they're trying to do is teaching to schools. People are waking up and are not going to take it any longer. Just how I'm not going to take it from Nancy Pelosi. This is fantastic, and you should know we've been working hard here. Behind this microphone, millions and millions of listeners. They are organizing. They are rising up. It's not just in a school board here or there, there are plans to do a whole lot more. And I want

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'American Marxism' Tops New York Times Book Lists

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 d ago

'American Marxism' Tops New York Times Book Lists

"We just got the New York Times information for The book lists that they put out Perfection, nonfiction, hardcover and e books. And a nonfiction hardcover and nonfiction E book. American Marxism was number one wasn't even close. We'll have numbers tomorrow and I will give them to you. You want to know why this is you? When I started talking about this three months ago, and it seems like three years ago I told you if we can get pre orders up to 100,000. I felt confident that there was a movement afoot. A budding movement. We far exceeded that we doubled it. And slightly more. And I'm gonna tell you why. Because you're not going to give up on this country. You want your kids to learn science and math. Literature. In English. You want your kids? To be prepared for the future. Not little fanatical revolutionaries brainwashed against their family against their faith and against their country. And you're not going to put up with it anymore.

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Freedom Is Not a Free Ride: Taking America Back With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Freedom Is Not a Free Ride: Taking America Back With Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

"I really think that you know when you when you see what's happening in america today you realize this is kind of a classic pattern. God allows things to go too far as i said earlier to wake his people up and the enemy always plays in his hands and goes just a little bit too far and then suddenly people wake up. I never thought it would get this bad this quickly but it seems that it has taken the madness. I mean whether we're talking about antifa or the transgender madness. I mean most americans if they can finally focus they look they say. Wait a minute. But bruce jenner is a woman. You're telling me. I have to use this pronoun. You're telling the people burning down buildings aren't doing anything wrong. They're peaceful protesters. Notice your average american voice the way you do. I do looks around and says this has gone too far. Madness has been unleashed on the land. I need to do something for my kids for my grandkids. I thought freedom was a free ride. And i realize now have to pick up my gun and go to the phone lines. Maybe not literally. But it's a similar thing you realize that everything you held near and dear is being threatened directly when your kids are being threatened. Said you don't care you're gonna do whatever it takes. It's about the kids. You know the instinct you know what the lord and teaches us about parenting. The parents aren't about to take out a lot. They're not about to allow this to happen in their schools. They may not seen it. 'cause they worked but you know. I think the combination of having the kids at home during kobe. I think the left's movement. I think the idea somehow that our country was founded the sixteen nineteen project. This this idea that we're were racist because we're white this is some parents are not going to sit back and allow to be propagated. And so it'll take a little time to regain control of the city. Councils of the school boards of these state boards reaches that ladder university system to become american universities today. They're largely not american and frankly not the kind of university anybody would be proud of. I think people are gonna take this all back in. What they need is good leaders. Who are fearless. Helping them figure out where to apply their shoulder to the grindstone. We know choices

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What’s Making Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Sick?

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

What’s Making Mid-Atlantic Songbirds Sick?

"The U. S. Geological Survey is recommending people temporarily take down bird feeders and clean out bird baths with mysterious ailment sickening and killing thousands of song birds in the mid Atlantic states the reporting sick birds started coming in late April and it seems juvenile birds may be most susceptible most of the ailing birds have been fledgling blue jays American robins hers here European starlings like this one in common grackles the other songbirds have also been affected the main visible symptoms are swollen eyes are crusted discharge around the eyes as well as off balance movements that may indicate neurological damage scientists are yet to determine the cause but have ruled out a number of viruses that commonly afflict birds early reports came from Maryland Virginia West Virginia Kentucky and Washington DC well more recent reports have come from Pennsylvania Delaware New Jersey Ohio and Indiana I'm Ben Thomas

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South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

South African Firm to Make Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, First in Africa

"Manufacturer Pfizer says a south African firm will begin producing the FISA biotech cope with nineteen vaccine the announcement is important because it will be the first time that the vaccine will be produced in Africa the bio vaccines to to to based in Cape Town manufacturing the vaccine for distribution across the continent buy a doc will receive large batch ingredients for the vaccine from Europe will blend the components put them in vials and package them the old wood movement with production kicking off in twenty twenty two the goal is to reach more than one hundred million Finnish doses annually South Africa is relying upon the FISA vaccine in its mass inoculation drive I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Big Infrastructure Bill in Peril; GOP Threatens Filibuster

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

Big Infrastructure Bill in Peril; GOP Threatens Filibuster

"The Senate today is planning a test vote on the president's massive infrastructure overhaul bill but there's talk of a Republican filibuster a bipartisan group of senators is struggling to reach a compromise over how to pay for nearly one trillion dollars in public works spending there are reports the deal brokered with president Biden is hanging by a thread I think we can turn this this great movement into economic boom for sometime to come tensions are high because the democratic leader in the Senate has scheduled a test vote today some lawmakers like Utah's Mitt Romney field that is rushed the motion to proceed until people know what the summaries of the bill they haven't seen the numbers the traditional infrastructure plan is just the first phase of what president Biden wants to beat four trillion dollars in domestic spending to include child care education and Medicare expansion Jackie Quinn Washington

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Mark Levin Explains to Caller Why We Can't Simply Rally Behind Words

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Mark Levin Explains to Caller Why We Can't Simply Rally Behind Words

"Who believe in this country. I also agree that the left is trying to divide us. But I don't see the division. When I go to get my groceries. I'm in a melting pot of people. Hold the door for each other. They say hello to each other. They say thank you. They treat each other with respect. I think there's no question that that goes on throughout the country, but there's also no question That your eyes are not lying that that they have, in fact inflamed racial divisions in this country. And we saw a lot of it all summer long. And so if you're you're finer point is, if your finer point is, we would all get along very, very well at the vast majority of us, but for These Marxist movements that is absolutely correct. And that is what I'm saying. But I also believe that there's a way to galvanize around a theme and there's a word in the pledge of allegiance that we can use to create that groundswell. And I think that word is indivisible. Okay, listen to me. Listen to me. This movement can't be about cheerleading. And Calvin izing around a word, indivisible. We've got to take concrete tangible steps. We can't just be happy with words and things like that and feel like we've done something. We've done nothing. It's going to take a lot more to deal with these forces that have aligned against this country. And saying we're indivisible were indivisible. I saw a friend of mine on TV the other day, very Pollyannish that I feel very positive about the fact I don't care how people feel there are things we must do. Things are taking place in our country. Right now. And they are hoping that we stand by bumper stickers and all the rest. We must not take our language back. Yes, but it has to be backed up with action. The tea party took action. People take

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Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Democrat Presidents Have a History of Promoting Propaganda

"I want to remind you of a few things. Those of you who listened over the years and have read some of these books I've written over the years. This is not the first administration. To try and take out their political enemies and criminalized Politan. Woodrow Wilson was the first they create a whole propaganda machine. And he used a man by the name of Bearnaise. You know, like the like the sauce anyway, His name was Bearnaise. He wrote a book called Propaganda. But before that, he spoke about it. He wrote about it and Propaganda wasn't a bad word back then. And so what? And so Wilson decided to use him and Some of the surrogates. Propaganda. For what he wanted to do in World War one, the League of Nations race and the rest of it because Wilson One of the founding fathers of the so called Progressive movement was a racist in the sensation ist who Resegregated, the military And he supported the Klan. A Democrat, A so called progressive Franklin Roosevelt used propaganda use the IRS. He used the FBI to intimidate, silence his opponents and send some of them to prison. One of the greatest presidents we've ever had just asked the Democrat Party. Lyndon Johnson. And I'm skipping over a few.

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"WAS SOLID HERE I Thought. Kramer. The Caffeine. that. That that benefit like where where getting aiding your nutrient dense food that you've grown all of a sudden recovery. Tom's Bene-. Lucky you tendons stronger. You muscle growth is more hard quality and he doesn't need to supplement. You can get it all from this relatively holistic, but close circle of activities. I have an answer to that question too so. I saw when I first met Jeff. Introduced me to his wife and she's twenty five years younger than then him. Holly. Slowly very pretty. Just, thought be like that. What loss. Is I mean, we surprised to see you had rings and let me say, Bobby. I guess it's not that don't come someone rings but out on a rural property, it's pretty cool Yay progressive. Yes and he's doing online try and he's doing a bit of online staffer some he likes trying lots of different styles trying again he he's. He's like. He's like a bit of a like online training slot right? This bit of that and he's always trying new new is it doesn't really feel the necessity to stick to one style of training get really good at it. He's just want us to move up he likes to surf. So whatever keeps him in the water. Yup, and feeling stronger in the water then he'll do and he loves all the body right stuff though so and I can imagine like running that farm like that. He's not exactly he's a movement deficit. No like right now he's like step counter would be out it'd probably Malek. Twenty. Thousand. Every. Everyday. If he get taking. I. Forty on a daily basis. We got a knock on the tent. Five thirty YEP. Because I said on the animals tomorrow. Non..

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"The mytalk. Listening by the way. Is the connection between like training movement Yeah and you talk about you talk about movement practice yes which is a concept, and this is me as an outsider I'm not I'm not much in this world that you guys are talking about it. I, think we end up with. People get very much into their world and often don't look at other one. So say someone who's in the kind of permeate food kind of sane and not necessarily also in the movement saying, yes ronn people that are in the movement saying the movement saying, yes there into black coffee and grass-fed beef but undertake. Dictated by the that subculture? Yes. So it's interesting to me that that. There's this there is this crossover. Yeah. Talk a little bit on that while I think they they they all just jigsaw perfectly together. You know that that if you're looking at a traditional human existence or an ancestral impre agricultural avenue, early stages of agriculture before we became a highly industrialised, Saudi, those things were all indistinguishable like you'll movement practice was your food growing practice your your cultural experience was by Thyssen's combined your family. Thomas is things combined your luck. You'll sense of worth and the things that you've worked to where you may be practicing food growing practice and the way that you connected family was the food that you cook the move to grow. So it was all one giant. Holistic picture that that we were that, we could not separate us from and now as we've. Mechanized industrial laws and found all these advice going to carve off, dies rawls and outsource them. So. We can laws we've become increasingly less the kind of capable generalist and specialist, and now because of that specialize nature of the work that we do in Amman society, we tend to things as nations that we do like a cook or. On the garden on thirty or like a gym Brier Orla luck movement and stuff like that. You know maybe like a three hat in the ring on one of those things and the other ones you mentioned our peripheral dictated by the culture within you know within that group but they just they segue so like or connect. So beautifully and I think like I love Katie Bartman for that. Guy And Sophie listening. She's on a US by Magnus. She's she's super. And she she's all about like varied movement patent kind of gang that full cheese term Ryan by movements and. It's the polar opposite of nauseated movement. You know like if you if you do an slight movement, your body adapts to an aside movement if you do a high variety of movements, you body is nourished by that by that variety of movement and adapts to being our to move in a variety of plans..

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Looking at Mike, These people are dying in the early nineteen hundreds and thou all in the nineties. Like inside this was this place was totally unsupported by ride like it was you had to drive up to the Minero and like horse up to golden to get to Sydney, but pretty much supported only by the say in the Puerto me and like they were that will leaving into the nineties and low fancy hospitals, fancy hospitals no nothing like just diet and movement really like and sight are on this amazing volcanic soil, the mountains full spring water. So that drinking this kind of mineral rich spring water is that primary water sauce aiding food that's grown out of like this deep rich volcanic soil, and as a result, they'll even to a bloody long age like in an age where like medical intervention. I want to try putting a whole now and he said that might fix him out. onto the into the morgue. Say I was like, wow, that really could've struck me about that POW of Food Falange. Way. If, if you can get your dot on point and you can strip the chemicals away and you can make sure you're eating hot quality nutrient, dense food, and he kind of living like a natural active. Outdoor human loss because these guys weren't in Gaza M- went retiring at sixty five and playing golf. Farming to that. We're ninety you know. Exactly, sprinting up hills that kind of dodd that nutrient dense gives you that vitality to be album to do it like. We all nice. Sixty, five year old men and women that sixty five shells don lock it slack long descent in. The most precarious time vm and life is the first year of retirement. Yeah. So Reliant yeah. You lose your sense of worth and you're not rick. Longer contributing. To. Community. I reckon if you WANNA make the most vital and robust group of like octogenarians go and join like. Garden Club. Kazakh. Mark. Work Oscar and speak to you and I like the garden clubs every now and then and there'll be a bunch of black eight year old mostly women casual block and I just on it, they're all SPA and they like moving and they've got locked. Sit Yeah they've got like a full full spread. They like engage the asking like interesting questions like all of them have a great deal of physical capabilities shop still shop physically shop and mentally shop, and it's because when they're not. At social gatherings there I'm in the garden they bending down there planning stuff that lifting little twenty kilo bags of mix or aiding world aiding well. That side that the two experiences of talking to garden clubs and like and saying that cemetry for me lot to things like I want I want to have a long life I wanna have like a long capable law qualitative quality. I WANNA be like spending the final fifteen years Melissa in Palliative care. Looking at a window waiting to die. Lend. Are Thinking about that when spending time with Jeff and I'm they can like this.

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Kids, eight veggies, veggies growing garlic, and also the the time and if they put into growing it yeah. Watching it grow and then it's like. You're actually you want to eight young. Kid you'll. Grew that I've been watching that category months talk. What else? I. Remember. Tmi taking me through a tour of your all got it at. Straightened Shish She was showing me as a little girl. She's showed me. You're not. That's that's the fucking blueberries strawberries look look. There's distributors say the Strawberry Look let's she's super proud of it. I'm sheep day. Yes. We got chokes in the backyard and lend my father. was brought into joining. Hoop and got bought the chickens in and that was that was the last of the effort that I've had to put into it like he gets up. And I have to be like, make sure you guy fade chokes my and I forget he's like he's out of bed shoes on he's out the back. He's a half an hour. With them carrying one around he's like nagging fed him as well, and that's he's morning before school I'm. Had goods that like an he he has ownership of as well. Like you said, when people come like talks them at the choice, he's like this one this one this was not lion yet and this that brain it'll I blew eggs and I don't want brown eggs like they. They Guy Matt for. Kids I think there's an instinct in that like every animal in the world has an instinct around the food that eights. Is Bone into the world with Ya an intrinsic knowledge of of what eight and it's expired through family as well. But. They gravitate towards real food if it's there and they're expires sort like a fund that. Doesn't take much coercion like we did a ruse to kill in. A. Big Free Range Chicken operation, and so they they also rice lower roosters part of that because they rise stock and we had to kill sixty roosters once a year thing. What happens what do you do with the We boil them up for stock. There is it's epic stock. You know it's like the Karna suck this crane but in stock version house where the Gelatin said on, it's just through the roof. And then we pick all the mate and Mike Salads and stuff and capable the awful and Mike Pence is and things like that. But like my father was in. Like, and he had his arm chickens harm at this stage..

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"See. Here. That you'll the elite of the late educating game well the. That like didn't make sense to me in that environment was like if you're plan for the top side in sport or if you're the poignant of any industry, you financially renumerated for that fact but I was like. As a third year apprentice probably taking four hundred and fifty bucks awake for ninety hours, which is cool because you're not you're not have any time to spend it anyway. So I was actually managing to save money while Pie and rent, and during that because all you do is work and slate. but more work. But yeah that didn't if you know if this was like a sporting team, like this is like this is applying for the for the wallabies or the aware baggy green cap for test cricket getting paid the Big Bucks and the big box a he the boss drives nasty. Martin. They've got the biggest collection of Dom. Perignon in the southern hemisphere like people spend five hundred bucks a head there's money he ought to say any of it sounds like. This. Kind of thing feel like I'm being used but although I guess mentally framed at at the time to not be like. You know sad or depressed about it was that I am always at the Best Culinary University in Australia. And Scholars Him. It was hard. but also getting pied hoses spending money or didn't come out with debt came out with a little bit of savings and and I've got to put that Malaysia which helped me in really good stead for everything that happened after. Did you. Open up your own restaurant at any time. Joel that that just that. Interest for me in that like saying that you know if that's the in game this like the real pointy end then I was like Nah that's not for me like I like I like being outside alike. Having a LAWF- alike waking up early and to bed at not not like gone to bed at one I am waking up ten I am obeying. I guess for me I'd like off to that experience. I wanted to transition to something. A little bit more outdoor centric, and so I wanted to take those skills that I. Developed a chef at the very high end. To to to more food growing. To like gardening, vegetable, gardening, market gardening food production, and so you know I met Milwau- falls working there. That was probably one of the best things to come out of that whole experience other. Men Man that's not being very generous to the to the is two years. But the best thing that came out of it was made my partner there and we moved down to Tasmania with that kind of idea of. Getting on eventually getting a little farm down there and Keeping a small hauling in Cape and choke some pigs dachshund rising veggies and fruit trees and kids and and we've been there for a couple of years in them and then revealed. Chapin. Question and asking this on behalf of my business partner, Joe because he's gagging to be famous. Oh, how did you nail river cottage well do Whatever it takes. It takes a not..

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"And there's a couple of backpackers there from New Zealand now like telling me about all the places that Bain in Ustralia and I went home and looked at the map realize that. Debate as far north as the goal karst as far south as Sydney and his West as far. As eighteen I was like, wow, this is a big continent in. This in this tiny thumbnail. Around the Hunter Valley there around the as cars and sire. Journey around Australia for a couple of years, and then came back to Newcastle and I'll work to the full luke. Did you go on? United, that'd be glad he considering I think they're pretty much diverting morning equipment digging a trench along the border. Currently I think they'd like to be you know. Different nation at the moment. But I got hit chalked as well which was like for me like the ultimate kind of. Gone in the day. Pant y to to do it. You know and to to kind of push yourself beyond you is to me like well, you know I could book bus ticket or have any creepy experiences About like creepy and bots like a the best one had was in Tasmania and is is pretty early on because I got down to. Hitch up the east coast, and this is dude in like a Rossio kings pick me up and. had. Not Slow and he's like, yeah, I can get you. There and you had like three teeth and you know he was smashing Kane's of woodstock and has had little pop. He was smart going to be the way lot draw draw along. Pretty knauss Fella he's like we're having a good chat about life and stuff and he's traveling around I I'm like, Hey, he's like, Oh, you probably want to say some stuff tiny say anything he chalked him lucky it'd be. He's like, oh There's this amazing waterfall you got to say it are you got to say, I'm like, okay let's do it and he likes that we we're on the ace cars highway and we turn off tonight it's national park in this songs from..

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Well Lane I'm blushing tha would have thought you would have been off. Yeah. Yeah. I'm dance deceptively. Frame. On the mets. Didn't get to roll with them, but you looked good. One hundred. Just, for reference, I am an UNSTRAP journeyman watt. Belt. Like the way you said like Jodi Man, white? Belt. They to refer to themselves journeyman but. It's great label. What happens when you you move and you live raging lane you can't commit. Pain. Place one GM on one block bell you just you know drop in and out of different different gene. Wondering Samurai. Demand Brown belt for a long time I've been brown belt for as long as I've done like for the same amount of time. It took me to get to Brown Belt Brown belt and I didn't I. Kind of had for a long period of time there I didn't try and. I just had the Brownsboro kind of stopped the gym was the focus and then I was like, yeah maybe I'll just leave it at that I'm just of. By yeah, and I was like I'm still a savage brown belt still respectable. But then I ended up getting back into it and connecting with the coach and then now now, I'm like I'm most definitely not a journeyman now but it's cool how Yeah. I think for me that. Was the last piece of that puzzle as well. You know some finding something that had like a physical outlet you training could work towards like not being fit just for the sake of Bang. Like lifting all this white developing all this movement. But what's the end game for you ready get to play? Yeah. Exactly. What are you get test that? Answer and I loved the fact that it was. I went to a gym in Melbourne. And like Diwan like you're wrong. It's not like I k. through six months of like technique conform, and then once he's going to that. Put you into some lots barring it's like okay. you've done the technique world warmed up and Rawal. Get to you know you get that instant kind of application get to learn on the fly really really quickly and I think for me as at that stage Roy I I would just had `second second kids and. Milwaukee I'd had a second and real. Deep into that young family marred, which is which is savage in its arm wi but not kind of like a bright expression of physicality. Now, the savage because of the lack of sleep of the stress of all as other things that are happening site.

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"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"movement" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"In the yeah. Exactly a lot. Of People that you don't talk to. Are. Connecting with the people around you. Felt like you not even really connecting with yourself. You kind of just your often to the world of your head fines. You just doing this movement on Pol there wasn't a consciousness to it. Avoided that and I started to guy down that that training path because. I want else shooting river cottage, which which was a program that I might foxtel a few years back. I had to a season four had to get a medical assessment because he has the highest that I had to ensure me something wrong like a lot of money at stake if I got sick and so I had to go to my local Jay pay and. Snipe body do this do that step on the scales measure your heart I kind of sat down and I was waiting for their feedback and they're like, can I say you know you're GonNa K. but like you be like, you're actually technically base about what? May. Come on I'm locking up in a Valley Rugby League territory Sonny Bill Williams would be based on the bay. And then kind of went hiring and headlock in the mirror and like Oh. Yeah. Not Bill. Probably getting a little bit fat and it's because I've been gone from career working as a chef way kind of doing sixteen hours a day on you fake constantly not aiding great deal. Say Your. Energy expenditure to your energy import was really hot. But then going to working at TV production even though I was working on the farm like it still at its core was a production catering catering. Catering man. Bam. TAEB rags. Desert. Say lent that one. Yes. Good. Donate the fish and the red mate wide made. Such an exercise in restraint. Have this like abundance sprayed on the table especially coming from a career in my for the Balkan model loft where it was like if you could. Grab a small handful of food and put it in math and chew it in the middle of service. That was that was bad as good as catering got foy. The hospital or the shipping and tried spend a lot of time cooking by the papal but not a lot. It's. Aiding. And you know I was leaving regionally I thought well, you know ACCAN- account really and sign up for someone to God me through these. And I didn't really want to do like that was. Five six years ago and. A. Online training was probably very much in its infancy then like now Anita maturity that that we've got especially. During. Thought you know go do this myself and started like I. Don't WanNa do that traditional Jim path to someone gallon lot punch plight so of pushing machines. Don't get on the treadmill. I. Live this beautiful natural environment like I wanna Atlanta move well and efficiently through that, and so it took me to the work of and move night and and as well. The the US by mechanism Katie Bro. So you've got one of their books over there..

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Hey, Bill, Wicky. Welcome to podcast movement sessions. I'm excited to bring you excerpts from my interviews that I did during podcast movement twenty eighteen. Now, this is going to be different than it's been in the past. These are folks that I met and talked to and really gotten depth with them about their podcast journey, and you know what, we're all big community and I want to bring that to you every other week starting next week. So this is some excerpts from some of the interviews I've had. And I hope you enjoy special. Thanks for the Omni studio dot com for sponsoring podcast movement session. How can we help this artist community and creator community monetize their work and have it be their lifestyle work? No one of things I want to say for people who are listening to these sessions and trying to figure out what the hell they want to do or how they're going to start. It doesn't get much better than a creative space like podcasts movement are refused to go back in the class. They didn't want suspend me so much. Wilson tells me sitting there office for the rest of the day, so send the office. And she says, Kevin Brown, what are you? Gonna do what your life? I said, you know, she says, yeah, I wanna know, I said, do you really wanna know she says, yeah, I say, all right. Well, I wanna be a hosted MTV. I wanna have company. I want to be a millionaire. I wanna move far far away from here and create my own life and be happy everyday shell. When you're sitting there and you're listening to the stories in you're doing the translation, the stories that you're hearing that you're hearing a really impacting you. It was hard for me to find people my age doing what I do lived on tree platform in the summer and like a old broken-down RV in the winter and manage this conference center kitchen. So essentially it was the place where like nonprofits or like meditation groups would come out and we would make them very bland, but good for you food. And then that's one of my I bought has the Jess spotlit was born. So I started episode one super creepy to listen to write today. Creepy in what way? Just the quality. Well, yeah, lots of different. Yeah. Yeah. I would say pretty much everything with pets been such a great experience meeting people that have truly become good friends of mine not only because we connected in the business bay. So we really connected on a personal level where you talking about today, we're talking about, I like to put it with talking about the person personal is universal. So we're talking about how relating to people in being personal being honest in being vulnerable, it crosses any demographic in any different types of people riding down whether it's journaling or writing down your stories are writing down even what you don't want, what you don't want your story often helps you find what your story is trying to cool in the beginning trying to satellite you think it should be the musician cyber cooler brought to you by jammed Dave Jackson, because that was my my stage name because there's like eight million day Jackson's. So I when I worked at a grocery store, bring my Qatar in, I would play on my lunch because I was bored and so they, they gave me the moniker of. Jammed Dave. So I'm your host jammed Dave. So yeah, we don't wanna call me jam David Campbell. It's been

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Jim is week it's been awhile since the last episode of the podcast movement sessions podcast but we are back with great insights from that fellow erin makeith erin is the host and creator of the lower podcast one of i tuned best for 2015 and 2016 actually it's about to be a major tv series from amazon prime and the producers behind the walking dead and aaron is going to become a name that everyone knows not just as podcasters but he's also a great example of how creating quality content can be a business all on its own erin was a keynote speaker at podcast movement 2016 in chicago and he's joining us again this summer in anaheim to share more of his story and success but today we're going to get some of the best parts of his talk from last year as well as some insight into what life is like as a fulltime podcast her and writer no matter what label you wear or how your podcast fits into your life and business podcast movement is the place for you join two thousand or so of your podcasting pals as we learn about content creation audio quality editing outsourcing promotion sponsorships and everything in between august 23rd through the 25th in anaheim california visit podcast movement dot com for more info including how to take advantage of the payment plan insecure your ticket we just a little cash today okay it's time for confession.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Hey in one seven t podcast movement minutes hitting the road as we make our way to those west cope spin some your summer with at the budel anaheim mary anaheim california join us august 23rd through the 25th as podcast movement does a better than ever will once again have amazing featured speakers and all of your best podcast her friends from all around the world the all that's missing field as you have to register his day and we'll see you in california not a wave of goma jobs to the way again dan bathtub strapped up knowing their horrify is everybody hyped up to get that money that seriously the important message from today is that there's not one right way to fund your show or help support the expenses you have to create it for instance we've heard a lot about patriach in this episode but one friend of mine and podcast movement alum is show hamilton she's recently moved from patriotic virtue crowdfunding because of her audience here i'll let her tell you hey guys this is shall hamilton host of the meditation on his podcast and i have played around with some different crowdfunding ideas last year i put up some buttons on my web page telling people that they could buy me a cup of tea or by any lunch or dinner and i put set announce their that and linked to pay powell listeners had some fun with that it was you know a little bit of money here and there nothing nothing to pay any major bills with and then at the beginning of this year 2017 i actually went ahead and set up a proper patrie on page made of video.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"And i can't wait to share the best parts that first i want to continue the story of podcast movement itself we've heard from jarrett easily about the first discussions but today we're going to talk to dan francs and the cofounder and coorganizer of podcast movement i asked dan what he thought when the idea for a podcast you're only conference was first floated well i thought it was a great idea because i was one of the people doing the suggesting of it it was myself and fellow coorganisers jared easily and gary leland who were sitting at another event that was i would say inclusive of podcasters but the real issue was more than half the attendees there were podcasters themselves but the programming in in the focus of the event i would say was probably only a third maybe even less for podcasters so there seemed to be a real disconnect between this events target and who is actually there so that showed us that the podcast industry was i i guess you would say hungary for something that was more for them about them and buy them as we say with the podcast movement catchphrase her tagline so it really was i would say a no brainer to at least consider the idea of having a conference for podcasters now the non no prater idea was for us to do it we had ourselves very little experience organizing events i joke that the only event i had ever organized in the past was my wedding and it was very good but it was obviously a lot different scale van what podcast move and even the first year turned out to be so my first impression was that it was a great idea but then once we started actually exploring what it would take that's when we started getting a little cold fee dan war a lot of hats in that launch face for podcast movement and he still does but the funding of that first conference.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Hello podcast mood manila can beautiful today i'm still choosing my favorite person gravitated over there welcome back podcast movement sessions sees into continues and i want you to know that you're all some of my favorite people i am your host joel sharpton and in this episode we're talking about money crowdfunding specifically we're talking about crowdfunding the beauty of podcasting is that you could build the show you want wanna build without any concerns about what a network where production company want or would allow the problem of podcasting is that building that specialized show means your audience might never draft massive sponsorship but it could draw rabid fans and that's where crowdfunding comes in today we're basically gonna be talking about funding sustainability and growth lil interrupt myself my name is jordan than i work at patreoncom i know all of you know what that is and i'll be very offended if you don't but effectively it's a crowdfunding sign for any created those ongoing work giving you questions should have to the poos will hang out you can have a coffee and i'll give you one highfive each no more no less today's early frontpanel today we kind of got to be touching on that sneaky little secret of all things podcasts new creativity finance funding money cashbox etc and to do that protest movement has gathered for all of the shop is minds in the industry and myself to talk all about funding sustainability and growth this is a great example of the sorts of panels and discussions that you can be in the room four when you attend podcast movement 2017 in anaheim podcasts movement has become known for the huge name keynote speakers kevin smith last year marked merrin in 2015 dan karlin this year but the real value of podcast movement in my opinion is often found in panels featuring multiple professionals who while maybe not household names are building and growing businesses in it around podcasting this panel was one of my favorites from 2016 podcast movement in chicago.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Hello and welcome to the season to episode three of the podcast movement sessions podcast i'm your host joel sharpton and yes we are going to be talking about birth well not really we're going to be talking about giving birth to your podcast the beginning of your podcast journey that's what today's episode is all about why are beginnings on my mind will i'll get to that in a minute but first they are in the opening of the show you've heard from the lovely and assailed one of the amazing keynote speakers from last year one of my favorites truthfully my name is anna sale i am the host and managing editor depth sexandmoney a podcast from wnyc studios de sex and money was introduced to me by my wife and as a matter of fact she only tuned into it because they were covering the tenth anniversary of hurricane katrina and all of the damage devastation in the rebuilding that has gone on and that hasn't gone on in new orleans since that storm an amazing podcast no matter where you catch it or what subject they're covering anna sale though had a wonderful keynote last year at podcast movement in chicago and we're going to be sharing a big chunk of what she had to offer us right here today if you are not already signed up though you are missing your opportunity to guinean at the lowest possible prices by registering today at podcast movement dot com we've got some big speaker announcements to mention this week we've got lots of great podcasters to hear from but the message you need to most take away as register today for anaheim in 2017 as podcast moumouh goes out west there's even a new format to this year's event and we'll talk about that some of this episode to but right now.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:43 min | 5 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"On these dudes right here they don't know that yet podcast days where the saw somebody says softly on the radio and then somebody hill pays for you this i think applied capped his over filled the their fields here look at that that guy with a mom yes that i've begun pops out you know john ray for me so down like yes yes couple of my kids like ryan or i have many of them i don't have quite as many as he does but you'll get to meet all of them a this season on podcast movement sessions i hope you join me will have the first episodes up as we give you some of the best from the keynotes and presentations of podcasts movement 2016 and the stuff that you don't wanna miss out on in 20 seventeen that's right we're gonna have some sneak peek sfor yuccas i got the inside dope straight from charities early and dan francs and the rest of the crew behind podcast movement those start christmas day 2016 you'll get your first two episodes christmas day and then once a week after that it's podcast movement sessions season to with me joe sharpton you don't wanna miss out so go to podcasts movement dot com gets signed up and make sure you're ready for the black friday deals and make sure that you subscribe to the podcast podcast movement session season to coming december 25th unwrap me for christmas well wait a minute that didn't sound right at all done it.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:55 min | 5 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"Can you say podcast broadcast can you safe podcast movement kick plan can can you say podcast movement sessions no can you say sessions act i wanna talk today about how hosting a podcast is like having a baby because there are many ways that is true the low there as you may have ascertained by now i am not brian or but you are still in the right place thanks to everybody who stayed subscribe to the podcast movement sessions podcast me i'm jules sharpton i'm the host or the cohost of always listening podcast reviews from josh and jolt i'ma voiceover artist and i'm a podcast producer myself you can find more about me a joel sharpton dot com or he could just stay right here and learn more about me as i tell you so my favorite parts of podcast move it we're gonna talk a lot about 2016 and all the great keynote speakers and presentations that we got to see their i'm tightening i'm heaven and we are the cohost of another round with having a trace the my name is anna a sale iin the host in managing editor of debt sex and money a podcast from wnyc studios my name's jennifer variety i host a podcast called congressional dish thank you so much for being here by the way i know you guys had a lot of good choices i know that pat flynn is down the hall and he's known to bring the lorient's to presentations i don't have one of those so thank you for coming here give it smith's you ever heard of him that was through your as we all know we're in the content generation businessman so everything that happens to you good or bad is a story ever since i started podcasts nothing bad has ever happened to me even when they threw more.

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"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

Podcast Movement: Sessions

01:48 min | 5 years ago

"movement" Discussed on Podcast Movement: Sessions

"This episode of podcast movement sessions is sponsored by anticipation the anticipation you will feel when i tell you that we are now seeing some super cool speakers for podcast movement a little later in the episode stay tuned that's the podcast again khan who my positive different as thing on hey guys dick irvin that was a dark dark moment in my entrepreneurial journey as i was on the brink of quitting i got my tickets for podcasts move in 2015 while i was still at podcast movement 2014 one reason may have been to get it out of the way before my wife could tell me now but the main reason was they announced the pat flynn was going to be at podcast movement 2015 that was already my friend he had a company me on many runs the turned into walks in many standard yard milling sessions petsmart passive income and later ask pat podcasts were some of the very first podcast i listen to religiously and me like many others are now in podcasting very much due to pats influence pat flynn isn't looked up to by so many podcasters in entrepreneurs because his content alone i would argue that is the man himself he cares about people and that shows and the way that he treats everybody that is walked a path full of ups and downs in through all that he remains transparent and relatable and is 2015 talk at podcast movement he gave us a deep look inside inexperienced comment anyone who goes outside their comfort zone.

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