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"mr albert einstein" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

09:52 min | 7 months ago

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"The opposable thumbs. Okay continue he or she may be gasping for air as they're trying to do it seeing as how they're outside of element unless it's an underwater tree so I'm going to give listeners some examples where we before we get into this idea because I want you to figure out today what is your gifting. What were you called to do all right? The word vocation originally meant calling. That's what it meant in the original. Latin is calling. We're vocation means calling or vocation means calling so I'm asking you what are you into. What is the thing that you pursue when you do you like it? It's like it's called the flow state three lose track of time and space. Because you're so into it. So Jason You the notable quotable for Mr Albert Einstein who by the way yes he was a physicist yes. He did things where you're going. I don't really. We know how applies that like. What did he do? He was a physicist. I mean how does that really impact our life. I'm sure a lot of people think about but yeah it was genius. What did he do of practical value of practical value? He was the one who introduced to President Roosevelt. The idea that the Nazis were developing a nuclear weapon. He pointed out that. Hey if we don't get on IT WE'RE GONNA die why because we hadn't started our program yet and they were almost done so we started the Manhattan project. Albert Einstein recommended that we choose Robert Oppenheimer to lead the project. They began to make the nuclear weapon. That we then dropped on the Japanese thus ending World War Two. We would all be speaking German right now. Though if Albert Einstein who was Jewish but he was born in in Germany did not save America so he read their Albert Einstein in my opinion is one of the founding fathers of modern freedom. We would not be free today day if it weren't for Albert Einstein so please read the notable quotable Jason from Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein says everybody is genius but if you judge a fish by its ability not to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. The question I have for you at this point of our journey together is what is your genius okay. So let's I want to get Dr Brex. Take on this. I'm going to. I'm going to throw myself under the bus to explain to you in what areas of my life. I am official trying to climb a tree. I went to school school and at school. I am semi dyslexic. Which means that? I don't understand the words reading on a page until I read it like the third time time thus it's hard for me also have very very limited capacity to memorize things so when I read something I have to read it over and over over and over and over and over so a lot of school consists of this all right class. I want you guys to do today. Once you get your book your history book read pages eighty through one ten and I want you to memorize memorize the states and the state capitals well for me. That's like an impossible task that to me is like asking a fish just to climate tree but our modern school system is based on memorization. That's the system drew so therefore because that is the system is memorization. I I can't participate in that conversation. I can't do well. They're so therefore in school. I thought I was an idiot and then and I realized fairly quickly. I'm not an idiot. I'm just a fish trying to climb a tree but I tried for a long time to climb that tree thinking I was an idiot. Another example physical coordination. Don't have it so I tried to live up to Dad was a very good athlete. I tried to play sports and I was okay at certain sports I got I got to be pretty good at basketball. Doesn't great but I was trying to climb a tree. Three and I was a fish what was born to do when I'm good at his business is very easy to me. It's what I do it thinking of logical conclusions of if you do this. This works like the scientific method towards business. If I do this this works asking me to me. It's very easy to go. I wonder I wonder how everyone gets to top Google. I know what I'll do. I'll download all of the websites that come up top for the search Tulsa deejays. That aren't mine mine and then I'll look for common denominators in. That's what I did and then I figured it out. I didn't know how to download site a pay. Some the students who are interns to come download the website. It was crazy as they were learning internet. They were they were college writing how to code and learning technology but they were. We're near new. They were about ready to graduate from. Osu with a degree in computer science and they knew how to download websites they didn't know how to get them to the top. Google into me. I just thought if we download the ones that are top. Eventually we'll find a common denominator and that's how I learned about title tags and descriptions and key words and content and all the things I learned about so again. I am naturally borne to be Internet marketing. Search engine hiring business growth accounting marketing expert guy. It's e business easy for me because I feel called to it so dark. Dr Breath you are. Do you feel called to chiropractor do. How do you notice how I was headed towards a medical school while I was in college alleged Kind of the opposite of you. A school came very easy to bring up God gifted me with a great memory. So memorization was an easier thing for me so real quick. Somebody needs to hear this it. It doesn't mean that I have to resent you right or vice versa. No we need to understand our gifting and respect each other because of them and to not compare in order to feel jealousy get off of social media and stop comparing Dr Brick is a very smart man for a good at memorizing. But you're also we're all we're all smart in our own way so you were good at memorizing good at school so you thought I should go to medical school right so I was headed towards medical school and then realized I was disenfranchised franchised with that whole idea and then I discovered chiropractic for the first time I hadn't experienced it as a patient But I started looking into it. Further and further deeper. I got into it the more I realized aligned with my passion and so it did very quickly become apparent to me that it was actually my calling the the philosophy of health. That health comes from the inside out that God has designed to heal that we're one with our world and the nutrients that we bring into. Our Body are important for its health and wellbeing and so all those aspects together gather to said yes. This is this is you. That is good that that right there. My friends that right there. That is good. Now let's say you're listening right now and you say I don't know my calling. Well I'm GonNa say this and then Dr Brooks has as a hot take care. I'm going to say this us. You should spend your entire day all day. Yeah Yeah you know no I know I know right now according to Nielsen I want you put it on the show notes Okay Nielsen. The average average person consumes eleven hours per day of media. Just do a Google Search for eleven hours of Media Nielsen. You'll find it in Google and put a link in the show notes but the average person we. We don't have time for you. The average person you have time but the average person doesn't the average person you listening right now. You have the time. The average person does not have the time to figure out. What's it's going to do with their life? Because they are on social media most of the day eleven hours a day. They don't have to date. They are busy right now. Thankfully when I was trying to figure this out social media within exists so so you sat down and thought about what you wanted to do. I really made a very conscious effort to figure out what path I was going to take and then very very intently intentionally went down a certain direction but I was going to say that I really felt that I could succeed in the school academic setting and so I knew you you know when there was a test What the measure was to success however once I graduated and I was in business? That's when I became fish climbing a tree so just the opposite of you you clay I was I was way out of my element trying to run a business and so that's why I figured out I had to put other people around me like you to be able to to make it for my shortcomings so that we could complement one. Another and the thing. is we all everybody out there in some area of our life we are a fish trying to declamatory right. Now I'm GonNa Queue up audio for you. This is what I spent my entire day on. Yesterday I spent over twelve hours yesterday on this and the way we spend my saturdays just to listeners knows I get up around three usually. Yesterday we were up late on Friday. A kids went to a football game. And so we're later. So Jason United met at the office at what time four forty eighty five or five. Is it five four five forty five so we met clients and do we did and then we got home around nine nine thirty I think and then hung out with family and did some chores about my western flowers and went to the store and watched a movie with my wife and swam and had a great time but then when the kids are off doing their thing and they go visit their friends kind of pocket of time so I had about twelve hours I was working on so it was like five hours on Saturday and maybe two on Thursday night and then another one or two Monday. But I've been working on this all week I. I'm very excited about this. This is an audio td. JAKES has a great sermon. He just did called called grasping the moment. Td jakes grasping the moment. And it's about how you if you are the one who it feels called to do something then you're gonNA run into opposition and people that don't agree with you and people that want to form committees and people and he talks about how trying to seek consensus is the worst thing possible because nobody is going to agree with you because if they already agreed with you they would have already done it and so it's a really good message but I turned it into this this.

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"mr albert einstein" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Also listened very closely to the colour and it was on a few minutes ago. And he rarely made a lot of sense about the compensation that was interesting about how it's better to trade than it is to grab a free agent. Yeah. I mean, I I just think wasn't good point how he's going to be able to do without too much problem. It's not like if you were looking for a left tackle, and we need absolutely need left tackle or defensive lineman. They're harder to get running backs. That was the point. I was kind of. No, I totally agree with you on that chace. Now. That's that's a good point. I look we all know the history of running backs. There have been a I mean there've been good players at every position drafted late quarterback. Obviously, Tom is an all time example in the six round. But there are other examples and many of them are at the running back spot, Terrell Davis was a sixth round pick Wilbur Montgomery. I believe was the sixth round pick. I mean, there are plenty of examples. No question about it and be west. Obviously the third rounder now not not everyone's going to hit the ground running year one though. And part of what we've alluded to is. There's a window of opportunity to win right now. And it's take west be west came in as a third round had dynamic career. But in two thousand and two and granite. There were some good players here at that point, namely duce Staley running. Back but in two thousand and to be west contributed a little bit. You know, he was nearly was not nearly the, you know, the I mean, maybe he would have been with more with more touches. I mean, there's there's no way to to know you can't go back in history know, what it would have been. He probably would have been pretty damn good. But he didn't get that many touches he wasn't you know, overall phenomenal from a production standpoint. So it's just all I'm saying is there is a window here. And you know, this isn't just about of course, it's impart about developing for twenty twenty two thousand twenty one and twenty twenty two, but it's also about hey, there's a window here. And I want Carson Wentz to have a running back to help about this year. I think that's fair. I eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four today. John Ritchie would have been the birthday. Of one of the smartest of all time. You wanna talk about intelligent. You wanna talk about smart talking about Mr. Albert Einstein born in eighteen seventy nine I guess that would make him if he was still alive one hundred and forty years all which of course, he's not still alive, but Albert Einstein's birthday today. John S U S James, and everyone you call him today. I need to lighten them late in the mood in here. A little bit. I got chillers thing out a little bit. Gimmie someone is smart, by the way. John ritchie. Smart. I'd like to nominate John Ritchie for John. Yeah. Rich is smart. Jeff John talking to. I I was about to say my guy. John legend is smart John lead, John legend, he went to Penn. Yeah. He he went to Penn where he studied English and. With a focus on African American literature, and any graduated Magna cum laude, and then he was before he was a musician made a big as a musician. He worked at Boston consulting group, which is one of the most prestigious consulting firms in the world guys pretty multifaceted that I James gimme gimme a smarty. Also, a musician who is a rocket scientists like a legit rocket scientists Brian May from Queen Brian Matt built his tar he's actually rocket scientists. Like, a rocket scientist this dude, actually, a rockets. Yes. And I literally don't O'Brien may. I know I know Sean may come on. You saw the Queen movies the guitarist from queens. All right fair enough. You know, the fake Brian May be at least, I know the month may. Yeah. I know. I made the peace be forced you talked about male. All right. Who's smart hit us up eight seven to nine nine hundred number. I gave you John. He's done out to be just a alive, you know, human about that Tyrian in Lancaster game of thrones. He's got a good answer work there. Just had a good answer. I appreciate that. Terry Lantis is very smart. Probably the smartest in the in the TV show game of thrones. I eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four Levin thirty today. Life advice with the hammer. One question style. Make it a great question. Or when I say question, I mean in the end, maybe there's a question, but give me a scenario. What do you need help with in life? What do you need some advice with paint a picture? And I I am in a benevolent mood. All right to dole out some advice. Consider this like communist, the roundtable to talk to King, Arthur. And John John's not happy with that analogy. Now, try to help you. Awesome, advice and social media Facebook Twitter text line paint a picture, I give you some advice Benjamin. You know, how it goes? I told advice eleven thirty on Thursdays. What's going on? How you doing today? I gotta quit trivia question that I saw on Twitter, and I'd like to ask you real quick if I can sure. Okay. Three cities, Miami, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which is closest to Johannesburg stopped Africa. Well, good question. So I'd Philly, obviously, you're going North Pole up in and around. And then the other two you said were Miami. And Atlanta, correct? I, wow, I see what you're saying. I get what you're getting out here. You might say it's can't be Atlanta going around the globe us South Africa's. Johannesburg I believe is near the bottom of South Africa. So the really really out of the box would be Atlanta like maybe somewhere in China Atlantic could be closer probably not South Africa Johannesburg. I think the answer is fairly straightforward. But it sounds like it makes no sense. Yeah. I mean, I didn't know if you go the other way with the Miami. I don't know why Atlanta's in there. Yes. We will both say Philadelphia Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the closest it's only eight thousand twenty miles. Yeah. Atlanta's eight thousand four hundred and twenty five miles. Handy. Florida's only eighteen miles farther at eight thousand thirty eight Benjamin did you know that James seltzer did not know that there's a difference between the North Pole and the south ball. Are you aware of this Benjamin? Did you did you also know he thought China, I went to China's connected to America. What was that? I don't. Why is that? Now, I talked about back in the day when I thought that the straight or whatever I was talking to. Barry, and straight is that what you just. Geography. It's not my thing. What are you gonna do? Mammal is he thought the north and south pole where connect connect it. Yeah. Yes. That's correct. I didn't call it. The North Pole. I thought about it as a north and south pole. I probably would have thought about that. Thank you, though. Because I do think in addition in life advice coming up next. We will have to take a walk down memory lane to that audience. I think that'll happen. Probably not Benjamin. What are you got on the eagles? I went to say when when did the whole winning free agency, not get you championships? And because just because we didn't get a running back and free agency doesn't mean that the world is ending basic sample. And it's only twenty four hours into. I totally true. Here's what surprised me the most Ingram and and Coleman, but anger in particular went for less than I expected. And I thought I thought it was a very reasonable deal. The eagles could have and should have jumped on. All right Benjamin. Gimme who smart. This girls from big bang theory. She plays a scientist on big bang theory. And she's actually a scientist in real life blossom what's her name? Maya Ryan Bialik by Alex. She's an actual brain scientists. All right, there, you go Benjamin goes with blossom out of the gate. On that that TV show. All right. Eight eight seven nine not actually blossom. But you know, what I'm saying eight eight eight seven to nine nine hundred ninety four I coming up life advice with the hammer one question style or rock more phone calls as well Elliott. Sure parks. What went on in that press conference as far as why was showing late? What is he now? We'll see what he knows about that. And john. Yes, I believe you, and I combined we'll make an executive decision seltzer. You're simply I voted at least two to one. We can you figure out a place. We'll play James. I don't know. If you want us back there pressing buttons James don't be squirrelly in there. I take. Everybody knows I take a lot of hits things. I've said it gets played back. So tables have turned every once in a while the seltzer. Senator will hit the thought you coming up next as he plays the fool, if you if you haven't heard we have it, John? This is one of the great pieces of audio this ever in the history of our show..

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"mr albert einstein" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"It's time to forget what the idiots passionately taught you and it's time for set for you to focus on learning the practical skills that will help you to actually pay the bills. Chep. We've another notable quarter will come in hot from Mr. Albert Einstein. He says, education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school. Repeat that one more time. Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school. I have a science teacher, maybe that said he's forgotten more than we know. I think it's so important for you to understand the profound -ness of this concept. You have Elbert Einstein who is many would agree that this German German-born born physicist was one of the most brilliant people of his time, regardless of your opinion. He is the reason why we won World War Two. He realized we were not doing well. He had escaped Nazi Germany is Jewish and he came to America. He realizes war wasn't going to end anytime soon. And he knew how to create an atomic weapon, but people don't understand people. I can't stand people that Monday morning quarterback American history. Here's the deal. The only reason we made the atom bomb is he was from Germany. He pointed out there about ninety percent of the way there to making an atomic bomb. And if they drop one, I, it's over for America. Imagine they dropped one on New York City over for everybody me over. So he's like, we better get going. And he recommended, we'll do you want to head up the project. He says, no, I'm not that good with people. We need to bring in Robert Oppenheimer and they're going, who's that? He not only knew the technology needed to make it happen, but he also knew who should run the project and he knew how to organize the project. He said, we need to go out there to an obscure place. We only have a codename we're working under. Nobody can leave. Nobody's allowed to leave the location until it's done because they're going to. They'll be there. Spies here in our country. They'll kill us if they know who we are, you just gotta get this thing done. So Albert Einstein helped helped to save our country. And he pointed out that education is what remains after one has forgotten what one is learned in school in school. They just cram your mind filled with these. The importance of memorization..

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"mr albert einstein" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Is if you run an electric current through quartz crystal it vibrates at a very like the current because you know current has its own frequency and if you run it through a quartz crystal it establishes a very reliable frequency and you can set a time by that keep time by that reliable frequency now that's that's as close to real scientists i know how to get about those guys yeah but we're going to abandon real science now and take some steps into the land of woo where vibration is the most meaningful word that anyone can say in the world as a matter of fact there's a quote from from one mr albert einstein and i'm gonna find that quote if i can figure out which of these documents that i have pulled up actually has a quota this is quoted on some website but it says albert einstein said everything in life is vibe ration no he didn't say that and that quote is expanded in a lot of in a lot of things it's very it's very prevalent quote on all the woo sites and uncle doug you of hit on something very interesting which is no he did not say there's no time in in his entire career it doesn't line up with anything that he thought it's not it's literally not einstein but boy howdy the love that quote right that is like a woo gaz unquote yes right right and from a scientist famous physicist just means that everything in the world that they've say said is true right abet when abet when deepak chopra read that he had to be treated with emergency acupuncture sin deed i'm going to read i'm just going to quote to you from one of the websites that i that i found it says that healing created over the millennia which i suppose so it takes a takes time for crystals to to form healing crystals harness the life giving elements of the earth and the universe harnessing the energy of the sun the moon and the oceans semiprecious stones connect us to earth as soon as we come into contact with them so there you go that acted there wasn't a monk chanting behind you and you said that is is very jarring to me right i where's my didgeridoo it's around here somewhere i've got a degree due in harnesses the okay it harnesses the power of the sun the moon in the ocean yes and connects you to the earth it's just all the things everything right all it makes sense this is just i mean it's obvious when you think about it right it's a it's a rock and it and somehow the moon is involved the sun okay just sons kind of very important part of any kind of process on the earth but the moon i don't know i'll i'll continue the quote here many people wonder if crystals have healing powers and while there are many anecdotes describing the curative affects of healing stones it really depends on your own experience which is the best i've ever read on right about woo my entire philosophy is based on complete dependence on the the the fallacy of the personal anecdote right yes exactly and i fully admit that's the great thing that's a caveat big enough to drive all of chemistry through i'll bet i'll bet i'll bet a doctor i'll bet an emergency room doctor would attest to the fact.

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mr albert einstein" Discussed on TechStuff

"Some there's an alternate universe were plunked decided to become a musician instead of a physicist and in that alternate universe we had totally different types of a piano music that plunk would have written it would've been amazing but i think we're pretty thankful for his contributions to science so ultimately if we were to measure us versus them i think we get the better end of the deal but still is really interesting to think that he could have become a musician instead of a physicist and he sort of the father of quantum physics so if he had not gone into study physics it might have delayed our study of quantum physics as a discipline by at least a decade a potentially more because his work would go on to inspire lots of other heavy thinkers including a mr albert einstein so plunk earned his doctorate the same year as einstein birth so plonk as predecessor albert einstein obviously and einstein would take inspiration from several blogs ideas and one of those was plunked idea that energy could only be admitted and absorbed indiscreet amounts so if you think about it it's almost more like digital verses analogue if you've listened to me talk about digital audio you know how digital audio is made up of tiny little steps of a pitch and volume whereas analogue is a continuous wave right digital audio is a bunch of discreet little moments in time and the number of those moments in time that's your sample rate the more the higher your sample rate is the closer this looks to be a continuous line but not really continuous line its tiny little steps in pitch and volume.

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