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Ladies' First (ep. 122)

Your Brain on Facts

31:15 min | 5 months ago

Ladies' First (ep. 122)

"Today's episode is brought to you by the your brain on facts book available now. Want the facts without my voice, get the your brain on facts book. But if you want my voice without the facts, I am available for hire for voiceover work no job too small and my listeners get fifty percent off email me at Moxie at your brain on facts dot com. Valentina Tereshkova was twenty two years old when she made her first parachute jump with a local aviation club in nineteen, fifty nine and she loved it. unbeknownst to her this exhilarating pastime was giving her skills that would bring her to the attention of the Soviet government. The Soviets needed someone who could handle themselves jumping from twenty thousand feet. The mandatory ejection altitude from the re entry of a rocket capsule. One of the many facets of the space race to the Soviets wanted to win was to have the first woman in space in February nineteen, sixty, two Tereshkova and four other women, three parachutists and one pilot began the intensive training to become cosmonauts. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. We're headed toward another presidential election and it seems like both a minute ago and an attorney ago that we had a female candidate for president would most people don't know is that the first female candidate? Rian before she was even allowed to vote. Victoria Claflin later, Victoria Woodhall was one of ten children born to illiterate mother and a petty criminal father. Would Hell attended school sporadically for a few years. At Age Fifteen, she married a doctor who soon revealed himself to be an alcoholic philanderer. To make matters worse the sixteen year old woodhall gave birth to a mentally handicapped son who would need extra care in eighteen fifty four. Three of would hold siblings had died as children. And she claims she had clairvoyant powers to communicate with them. Always looking for a new scam, to run. Her father put her on the road with her sister Tennessee as a faith healing and fortune telling act selling elixirs that promised to cure everything from asthma to cancer. They didn't. In fact, Tennessee was indicted for manslaughter after one of her patients died. By some good fortune that I don't know the sisters found themselves with a wealthy patron in the form of railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt. He and Tennessee were rumored to be lovers. Stock Tips that she picked up during their relationship came in pretty handy during an eighteen, sixty, nine gold panic during which the sisters supposedly netted seven hundred thousand dollars. With. Vanderbilt's bankrolling Victoria and Tennessee then opened their own highly publicized firm named Woodhall Claflin and company becoming the first female stockbrokers on wall. Street. However they were never granted a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. It would take another near century before Muriel Siebert did in nineteen, sixty seven. In the same year that she became a stockbroker would attended her first suffragette rally and immediately became a passionate devotee of the 'cause. She befriended or beguiled a congressman to get her an invitation to testify before the House Judiciary Committee. She argued that women did already have the right to vote under the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments those granted persons born or naturalized in the United, states citizenship and prohibited voter discrimination. But the house declined to enact any legislation on the matter. Even still the appearance made her a celebrity among suffragettes. In. April. Of Eighteen seventy, just two months after opening her brokerage firm woodhull announced her candidacy for president of the United States on a platform of women's suffrage regulation of monopolies nationalization of railroads, an eight hour workday direct taxation. Abolition of the death penalty and welfare for the poor what whole helped organize the equal rights party. which nominated her at its May eighteen, seventy two. Famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass was selected as her running mate and told about eventually he never acknowledged it officially, and in fact, he campaigned for the incumbent Republican Ulysses s grant. What else name appeared on ballots in a couple of states. Knows for certain votes she received because apparently they weren't counted. All of this was essentially moot. Though considering that would hold did not reach the constitutionally required age of thirty five until six months after the inauguration. It would be nineteen, sixty four before a woman was actively considered for a nomination of a major party. When Margaret Smith qualified for the ballot of six state primaries even coming in second in Illinois. The only female candidate other than Clinton was faith spotted Eagle a native American activist who received a vote from Robert. Sexual. Junior. WHO's referred to as a faithless elector for not voting has pledged section also voted for why known Luke for vice. President. Luke is executive director of honor, the Earth a native environmental organization, which plays an active role in the Dakota access pipeline protests. The first American woman to win gold at the Olympics passed away fifty five years later never even realizing she had competed in the Olympics. At the nineteen hundred Paris Games Margaret Ives Abbott born in Eighteen, seventy eight won the women's nine Hole Golf Tournament on May Twenty second narrowly beating out England's Charlotte Cooper who won the tennis singles event on July eleven claim I t's. She was awarded a Porcelain Bowl rather than the medals that were used to. Something not done before or since at a Summer Games. Nineteen. Hundred was the first year in which women were even allowed to compete seeing eleven female athletes in the more lady like sports of Golf Tennis and yachting. The Olympics were held as part of the nineteen hundred Paris world's fair but due to staggeringly poor organization. Many of the competitors including Abbott didn't realize the events they participated in were part of the Olympics and not part of the wider world spare. Other events held at the fair but not approved by the. Included kite flying motorcycle racing and firefighting. The. Official competitions included cricket croquet a variation of handball called Basque Pelota. Tug of war and swimming. for which one winner was awarded a fifty pound bronze statue of Horse. This was also the only Olympic Games in history that used live animals specifically pigeons during the shooting events. Some ten million people were glued to their television sets on Saturday nights in nineteen ninety-three to follow the trials and tribulations of pioneer and pioneering female physician Dr. Quinn Medicine woman. Little. Fans know the first female doctor in America had received her license a scant two decades before that show takes place. Elizabeth Blackwell was born in a then prosperous British family the third of nine children in eighteen twenty one. Blackwell loved education and learning and help to support her family working as a teacher alongside her mother and two sisters after the death of her father. The inspiration to study medicine came from a friend who was dying of cancer and complained of the difficulty of being examined by a male doctor. Blackwell's pursuit would be no mean feat as women were considered not only intellectually but morally unfit to practice medicine not to mention little higher education was available to women and medical school was then as it is now, very expensive. Blackwell read medical textbooks in her landlord Dr Reverend John Dixon's library while continuing to teach and save up money for tuition after being rejected by all twenty nine medical schools in Philadelphia and new. York. Blackwell began applying to lesser known schools eventually being accepted at Geneva Medical College in western New York State. The. Administration had actually let the students decide whether or not to admit a woman the boys thought it was a big joke and voted yes. A woman studying medicine was such an aberration of the time that people would stop and stare at her on the streets. Blackwell stayed focused and devoted herself utterly to her studies. Even though she started mid-term, she became the head of her class and stayed there until she graduated in eighteen, forty, nine at age twenty eight. A medical degree was no blank check however. When Blackwell went to Europe to broaden her studies, no hospital would accept her except for one in Paris. On the condition that she be a student midwife and not Dr. Her dreams of being a surgeon would be taken from her completely along with one of her is by Pearland up the Malia, a severe conjunctiva itis often arising from gonorrhea what she contracted from handling a patient. Germ theory and widespread handwashing doctors were still a decade away. Moving back to New York Blackwell determined to open her own practice. But no landlord in the city would rent space to her for it. Eventually she hung out her shingle in Jersey City where business was initially pretty slow. To get her name out, blackwell began giving lectures on women's health and wrote articles on the importance of good hygiene exercise and Physical Education for girls in schools. Her sister emily. Her degree in eighteen fifty three. And the to open a women's and children's clinic in the slums of New York along with German midwife turned Dr Marie Cocco. Scott. After their first clinic closed they opened the New York Infirmary for women and children, which still exists to this day as Beekman. Downtown, hospital. It not only served the poor but provided a training facility and positions for female medical and nursing students. Blackwell would return to to lecture become the first woman to have her name entered on the medical register of the United Kingdom. A constant advocate for sanitary conditions, blackwell helped to establish the US sanitary commission in eighteen sixty one, a private relief agency created by federal legislation to support sick and wounded soldiers of the American civil. War. She also contributed by organizing a unit of female feel doctors and nurses. In eighteen, sixty eight, she founded the woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary. One of the school students with Sophia Checks Blake who would later open a medical school for Women in London. Among the infirmaries I residents was Dr. Rebecca. Cole. Only the second African American woman to become a doctor in the United States. Coal received her degree in eighteen, sixty, seven, two years after the end of the civil war and three years after Rebecca Lee crump limited. Elizabeth, Blackwell overcame many hurdles that society had positioned between her and her desire to become a doctor. For Rebecca Chrysler, the journey would be even more difficult. Born eighteen thirty, one in Delaware crummer was raised by an aunt in Pennsylvania. Spent much of her time caring for sick and invalid neighbors. At Age Twenty one, she moved to Boston where she would work as a nurse for a year. Crummer had to train on the job as the first formal school of nursing wouldn't open for another twenty two years when she was admitted to New England Female Medical College in eighteen sixty on a scholarship from the Wade Scholarship Fund which was established by the Ohio abolitionist Benjamin. Wait. At that time of the fifty, four thousand physicians in the United States only three hundred were women and exactly zero of them were. African American. As late as nineteen twenty, there were only sixty five African. American. Women doctors in the United. States. On March first eighteen, sixty four, the board of trustees named her a doctor of medicine making her the first. African. American woman in the United States to earn the degree. And the only African American woman to graduate from the New England Female Medical College until it closed nine years later. After the civil war ended in eighteen, sixty five, she moved to Richmond Virginia bleeding it to be quote a proper field for real missionary work and one that would present ample opportunities to become acquainted with the diseases of women children. She also provided medical care to freed slaves under the US Bureau of Refugees Friedman and abandoned lands unpopular agency that was only intended to last for one year after the end of the war but lasted for seven. It will come as no surprise that crump ler was subjected to intense racism and sexism according to one source. Men Doctors snubbed her druggists bulked at filling her prescriptions and some people wise cracked that the MD behind her name stood for nothing more than mule driver. In eighteen eighty three grumbler published a book of medical discourses from the notes that she kept over the course of her career. One of the first books by an African American author about medicine. It was dedicated to mothers, nurses and all who desire to mitigate the afflictions of the human race. And focused on the medical care of women and children. Crumlin described the progression of the experiences that led her to study and practice medicine. It may be well to state here that having been reared by a kind aunt in Pennsylvania whose usefulness with the sick was continually sought. I early conceived a liking for and sought every opportunity to relieve the suffering of others. Her book also contains much of what we know about Chrysler in its introduction few records only one possible photograph of her have survived. This is where I was going to do a clever segue from Rebecca crump crummier to my Patriot supporters but I couldn't anything that didn't sound really shallow. So. Thank you to my Patriot supporters our newest supporters joining in the past month dawn and Gwen recently got to hear a bonus mini episode about the traditional folklore origin of a number of your favorite pok. Mon and you know you want to hear about that and don't forget that until we have found a way to reopen safely and we can call the Kobe crisis under control. All tears at Patriotair Dot com slash your brain on facts are receiving all levels of rewards. And also a big thanks to recent reviewers both of the podcast and of the your brain on facts book. You do have your copy of the book write. This reassuring review comes from Bill S. You're in the right place friend this is your source for the coolest little known facts in corrections on everything you thought you understood. The author writes this she speaks with a delightful blend of humor, wit and intelligence. 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Three years before the death of Rebecca crummer in eighteen ninety, five, bessie Coleman the first female African American pilot was born the tenth of thirteen children in rural Texas. I wonder if they ever figured out what caused it. Her father was a tenant farmer who along with her older brothers abandoned the family leaving Coleman to care for her younger sisters as her mother struggled to provide for them. Even, through all that Coleman still manage to make it to the one room schoolhouse for miles away most of the time or at least borrow books from a traveling library wagon when she couldn't. And that's a service I. Think we need to bring back to sweep. Coleman was able to pay her way through one semester at Langston University in Oklahoma while working as a laundry s but couldn't afford to continue any longer. Coleman moved to Chicago where two of her brothers lived. Both had served in World War One and told stories of French women who could be pilots. Seeing no reason why she couldn't be a pilot as well. Coleman sought out every flight school she could find. Everyone turned her down whether it was for being a woman African. American or both dealer's choice. Undeterred Coleman figure that if women France were allowed to fly. than she should go to France. So Coleman found herself the only female and only person of color. At the CADRAN brothers, School of aviation where she completed the ten month course in seven months. On June Fifteenth Nineteen Twenty One bessie to the test for her pilot's licence and passed, she received her license from liberalistion aeronautic in Toronto's you know. Which I didn't need to over pronounce but as Now that she had pilot's license, she had to find a way to earn a living with it. Widespread commercial air travel was still a ways away but world war one produced a surplus of small aircrafts and pilots. Which created industries like giving pleasure rides or acrobatic flying shows prompting Kuhlman to return to Europe for six months for more advanced training. Debut in the US in September of Nineteen, twenty, two, the diminutive Coleman wore a military uniform. Tell her seem more important and official as she boarded her plane. The crowd was amazed as she performed figure rates loop de loops, barrel rolls, and other barnstorming stunts. quickly. Became Queen Bess Daredevil Aviatronics. The legend of Queen best spread and Coleman began to draw huge crowds of both black and white audiences wherever she went. When Coleman returned to her home state of Texas to perform in nineteen, twenty five, she refused to perform at venues with segregated gates. But for even the most successful performance aviator it's an expensive career, there's plane repair she had doctors bills from a bad crash and had to purchase a whole new plane. In addition to this, it was Coleman's dream to open a school of aviation specifically for African American students. Saving for that school was difficult. So Coleman began to supplement her pilot income with lectures as well as getting out of her comfort zone by getting out of the cockpit for parachute jumps and wing walking. On April Thirtieth Nineteen, twenty six while preparing for an air show in Jacksonville. Florida. Coleman and her mechanic went to scout locations for parachute jumps the following day. Observers reported the plane went into a dive and flipped. Coleman was thrown from the plane and died immediately. The plane crash to the ground killing the mechanic. It was later determined that a loose wrench had become jammed in the plane's controls. Over. Ten thousand people attended Coleman's funeral in Chicago. Three years later, the Bessie Coleman Aero Club was established. The School Coleman dreamed of trained many outstanding African American pilots including Willa Brown and many of the Tuskegee airmen. For years afterwards, the Challenger pilots, Association of Chicago, and later the Tuskegee airmen did a flyover of Lincoln cemetery on Coleman's birthday. While barnstorming was the thing to see in the roaring twenty s if you ask a member of generation X. or older to name a famous stunt performer, they would probably say evil knievel the motorcycle jumping holder of Guinness World record for most broken bones in a lifetime no joke at four, hundred, thirty, three. But when it comes to originality knievel pales in comparison to any Edson Taylor. The first person female or male to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel in October nineteen o one. This was a dangerous and exciting feet of derring-do pulled off by a very proper and arguably bland person. Widowed by the civil war, Taylor was having trouble making ends meet on her schoolteacher salary. Just. Nothing new under the Sun I guess. From, her home in Michigan she read about the Panamerican Exposition, a world's fair type event being held in Buffalo, which would later be remembered primarily as the scene of president McKinley assassination. Taylor was struck with an idea for what was essentially an absolutely bonkers retirement plan. With hundreds of thousands of people in the area for the Expo Taylor, set her sights to fame and fortune. With the sometimes reluctant help of to assistance. Tailor made a modified pickle barrel five feet tall by three feet in diameter and outfitted it with cushions including her lucky heart-shaped satin pillow and a leather harness to hold her in place lead weights would keep the barrel. Upright. She tested the barrel I with a cat who thankfully survived, and if it was her cat I, assume threw up in her shoes for the rest of its natural life. Look online you can see a photo of Taylor posing with the barrel and he's surprisingly calm looking capped. The plunge was set for October twenty fourth Taylor's sixty third birthday though she told the press, she was forty three. Even with everything in place the stunt almost didn't happen. The crew of the boat that had been hired to tow the barrel to the middle of the fast flowing Niagara River was reluctant to help what seemed like a nice lady suicide. Finally at four PM Taylor was sealed into the barrel towed to the appointed spot in cut loose. The rapids knocked the barrel around violently for nearly twenty minutes before it plunged over horseshoe falls. Taylor emerged from the barrel badly shaken with a small laceration her scalp. But otherwise unharmed. Fame came immediately. And left almost as quickly. Photo OPS and speaking engagements were set up for the woman dubbed Queen of the midst. But Taylor reportedly lacked any kind of charisma as a public speaker. Audiences found her some Nambu lent. The public quickly lost interest and moved on. Making. It that much harder to pull in a crowd Taylor's manager Frank Russell obscure ended the famous barrel, the key visual of her presentation. He also took much of her earnings and Taylor spent the rest hiring private investigators to try to find him. Though Taylor would die penniless in a nursing home at age eighty two. The name Queen of the mist lives on in the form of tart barrel aged beer from Martin House brewery in Texas, as well as an off Broadway musical from two thousand eleven. Taylor was even the subject of an episode of the NICKELODEON. Game. Show legends of the Hidden Temple and if that's not immortality I, don't know what is. She's buried in the stutters section of the Oakwood cemetery in Niagara Falls. New York. The first man to survive going over the falls was bobby leach who made a custom metal barrel that looked rather like a submarine in in which he fractured booth kneecaps and his jaw. Leach was able to parlay his accomplishments into a lucrative career. Until he died from injuries sustained from slipping on an orange peel. Taylor nearly didn't have the title of first person to survive a barrel born trip over the falls. Only, a month earlier, an attempt was made by one Maude Willard. But disaster struck early on her barrel became caught in a whirlpool and was stuck there for hours. When it was finally pulled from the river, Willard was found dead of apparent suffocation. She had decided for whatever reason to take her pet Fox terrier with her and the dog having much better survival instincts than its owner head lodged its nose in the barrels only. Air Hole. While going over Niagara, falls may seem about as current as barn dances and chasing a metal hoop with stick as recently as nineteen ninety-five, a man named Robert. Ever over horseshoe falls on a Jetski. In case, this story has planted the germ of dangerous idea in my listeners mind. please. Be Aware that of the fifteen people who went over the falls for reasons other than suicide. Five died. Also going over the falls with a vessel is illegal on both the New York and Ontario. Despite inspiring more than a century's worth of copycats Taylor herself was not an advocate of anyone else ever going over the falls. If it was with my dying breath. She was quoted as saying I would caution anyone against attempting the feat. I. would sooner walk up to the mouth of Canon knowing it was going to blow me two pieces than make another trip over the false. And that we run out of ideas at least today. But back to Valentina Tereshkova who in nineteen sixty three was chosen to take part in eight dual flight in the Vostok program. Well Cosmonaut Valeri because ski was circling in Vostok Five Tereshkova was launched in Vostok six. The. Two space craft came within three miles of one another allowing them to communicate over their radios for a brief time. Tereshkova craft was guided by an automatic control system. So she was never actually flying the rocket. After nearly three days in space. Six reentered the atmosphere and Tereshkova successfully parachuted to earth and into the history books as the first woman in space. Thanks for spending part of Your Day with me. Stay safe out there.

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1362: Creating Fulfilling Opportunities by Calista Tee with OLD Podcast on Creativity & Accountability

Optimal Living Daily

11:02 min | 1 year ago

1362: Creating Fulfilling Opportunities by Calista Tee with OLD Podcast on Creativity & Accountability

"This is optimal living daily episode thirteen sixty to creating fulfilling opportunities by callisto t of callisto t. dot com and i'm just a mall like the guy that reads articles to you so they can take a break from staring at a screen. I've a more rare special guests for you today kalisz not she's a very unique story of being being thrown out of a car doctor saying she wouldn't be able to live independently even but actually recovering and luckily here to talk about it. She's now a digital marketer in lifestyle blogger and having survived that accident. She brings awareness to the importance of taking an active approach in changing outcome. She's also passionate about bringing you a sense of home in plant based foods on new cuisine. That's an oh you cuisine dot com where you can find plant based recipes and products and to find her at callisto callisto t. dot com or on instagram at callisto t- those are linked in this episode description along with the blog on or any from her before we get to a thank you to light stream name right now you can get a credit card consolidation loan from my friends at light stream with a rate as low as five point nine five percent a._p._r. With auto-pay and want to save even even more just for my listeners apply now to get a special interest rate discount the only way to get this discount is go to light stream dot com slash old. That's l. i. G. h. T. not s. t. r. e. a. M. dot com slash o. L. d. subject to credit approval rate includes point five percent auto pay discount terms and conditions apply and offers subject to change without notice visit livestream dot com slash old for more information pronounce get right to it and start optimizing your life style sir creating fulfilling opportunities by callisto of callisto t. dot com when i was first. I approached about hosting a workshop for business club. I was honestly a little scared and definitely not ready to give a speech to so many of our members however river a quick peek in my journal would reveal commitment of me last year to say yes to opportunities that align with my value and add to me as a person because honestly so you're never really ready to do anything tony robbins famously said instead of focusing on what we're not getting focus on what we're not giving the seemingly really simple statement made one hundred eighty degree shift in the way. I think it made me realize not all pies are sliced. Equally we may extend our best effort to slice them perfectly but the feelings like ourselves are usually messy is especially common when we're applying to jobs. We know we're good enough. We have the qualifications nations. We really do care about the company's mission but we never get a call back in an attempt to feel better about ourselves. We blame the applicant. Tracking system for filtering filtering are resumes out or the recruiter for not reading the cover letter that we poured our heart and soul into what if we stopped pushing the blame on others and start thinking about what we're not giving them. How can we turn the story around to create situations for us to be the best versions of ourselves number. One creativity was the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word creativity patterns texture watercolor being creative is not entirely exclusive live to artists. Have you take a full span on where you are currently standing. You'll see that creativity surrounds us. You hold the power to create prefers. You have to try the fine lines of creation and consumption carefully. This is no stranger to all of us. We consume massive amounts of content from netflix to youtube videos blogs podcasts and and more for up to ten and a half hours per day. If you're wait for seventeen hours that's more than fifty percent of your day spent on consumption. However in contrast with with the anti media outlets will tell you. Consumption doesn't necessarily make you in unproductive person in fact consumption is imperative to the creative process if fuels the creation creation of ideas but what's a good ratio. The great builder of an active consumption bucket is the act of running things through before your inspiration slips slips the trick to consume consciously healthily and intentionally think about how you can apply to creative process start a conversation with someone sitting next to you about the topic or run a marketing campaign based on the ideas you extracted from the experience number two the good ratio brad brad stolberg the co author of peak performance suggests netting out eight thirty three thirty three thirty three breakdown among consumption thinking in connecting ideas and creation asian. He emphasized the importance to look at these activities in a bigger picture instead of asking ourselves how much we created today. We allow ourselves to traverse the range of our creative journeys over a month or a year just like the art of making pies. They're always be periods where we allocate a huge slice of time to doing research on the best flavor pairings pie crusting techniques and using what remains to put them into practice and ultimately bake them to perfection number number three realize we have ourselves to we all have rolled our is when someone we aspire to be says if i can do it you can too do as much as i hate to admit they are absolutely right having them speak to us through different. Mediums doesn't mean they're any more or less than what we're capable love. Some of us prefer to remain behind the scenes while a select few enjoy basking in the limelight. Some individuals give good financial insights while others give better or fashion advice. No matter what role we play we harness our knowledge in power differently to provide certain values for others now. What do you have to offered that. You're not giving yet number four anticipate the fall one of the lessons drilled are early stage of life is that both failing and falling falling is embarrassing especially in public however the fear of failing or falling for that matter might just be the element that is holding us back from what we're truly capable capable of when we're scared we find ourselves procrastinating and week to fight for what's to come as a result we start believing that we simply do not have what it takes to get the job done a good way to tackle an unfamiliar or uncomfortable situation is on the contrary to anticipate the fall. What's the worst case scenario map out the possibilities research ways to tackle them. Recite it in your head mantica step through the door confidently. Even if you find yourself landing on shaky grounds you will see that it actually isn't that bad this process help solidify sense of self assurance that we find only within ourselves it takes suffocating need for external journal validation down a notch by believing of the skill set in tenacity to work on something otherwise alien to you it primes you with the fact that you now know you can do whatever you set your mind to number five be do have to put it in a more tangible context. Imagine a case as study for yourself in order to create the best possible opportunities. We sometimes have to act the part. Consider your number one look. What is a distinct linked feature about you. What do you want to be known for. He can start off by listening down the compliment. C._m._o.'s often number two tone. How do you speak to people what are the words you frequently use. Are you straightforward in your approach motherly or soft number three passion. What do you usually look forward to working on. When you're not working number four skills most valued you provide for others. You make others feel number. Five mantra was the main message conveyed through your presence. What's your story next. Think of someone who can hold you accountable nothing shrivels and effort to developing oneself more than a partner. That doesn't truly believe in what you're working on instead find someone you can trust to put you in your place when you need to. This is is arguably the most beautiful part of the process. You can fall freely knowing that your failure doesn't make your forthcoming success many lesser with an extra pair of hands guiding hiding you will only help you bounce back even stronger through the effort of developing yourself professionally man personally. You'll find that the more you show up the less intimidated needed you will be your archive of work will stand stronger and more doors will be left ajar or wide open for you. Opportunities don't often knock twice and when and they do. I hope you'll find the courage in yourself to say yes to them. Send particular care towards areas. You want to work on most in the values you seek to provide because quote woah you create opportunities by performing not complaining says muriel siebert you just listen to the post titled creating fulfilling opportunities by callisto t- <hes> of callisto t. dot com he can find the article at old podcast dot com <hes> along with some info about her income by her site. She actually has a video sharing some insight into the accident. I mentioned how has changed her life. It's really powerful. That's callisto t. dot com and come by new cuisine dot com. That's an oh you cuisine dot com for delicious plant based recipes and products and thank you to light stream name. Do you have interest rates in the double digits that you're paying off you could save thousands in interest with a credit card consolidation loan from lights frame. Get alone from five thousand dollars two a hundred thousand dollars and are absolutely no fees you could even get your money as soon as the day you apply making get credit card consolidation loan from my friends at light stream with a rate as low as five point nine five percents a._p._r. With auto-pay and want to save even more just for my listeners apply now to get a special interest rate discount the the only way to get this discount is to go to livestream dot com slash old. That's l. i. G. h. T. s. t. r. e. a. M. dot com slash oil. D subject to credit approval rating clues point five percent auto pay discount terms and conditions apply and offers are subject to change without notice visit light stream dot com slash old for more information mation. Thank you again to liberty for the post. The anticipating of the fall is something. I definitely relate to. I usually ask that to myself. My friends business partner pretty much any one when they're stressed about something or afraid and sometimes the answer is actually scary like if you're gonna go hang gliding. What's the worst i can happen. All oh yeah you can die. That's a real thing so it's not always a question to lighten the situation but to actually really assess it openly which is nice and definitely agree about about the accountability partner to that she mentioned it. Super helpful keeps things in the front of your mind. That's all i have for you today. Leave it. There have a great rest of your day and i'll be back tomorrow where your optimal life awaits.

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