20 Episode results for "Nepad"
How You Can Exploit Podcasting's No-Code Future [S3E1]
"The no code revolution is changing the digital economy. Right before our eyes. Here's how similar no way for manipulation approach to how we make podcasts and episodes can change podcasting forever. Hello and welcome to another podcast pontificate with me. Ego Tara. There's more podcasting van audio, editing and editing away form of an audio file much much more yet. The ability to manipulate an audio file remains the biggest stumbling block I I've seen. Sometimes making it a complete starter for people who wanNA get into podcasting. And, you know what? Maybe we don't need to manipulate audio wave forms anymore. Out of that's a crazy heretical thought, but bear with me for just a moment as we talk about the future of podcasting as I reboot and actually just launched season three. If you will podcast pontiff occasions, we might want to think about this big heady topic. If you're not familiar with the no code revolution, all sorts of development. It's it's. It's just that you don't actually write any code whatsoever, but that doesn't mean. That just anybody can throw together a website really quickly. No, that's the older whizzy wig. Editors of the late nineties early two thousands, which were utter and complete garbage. No, this no code revolution is letting people create letting designers really create web pages without having to know the intricacies of HTML, but it goes much beyond that you can use no co develop chat bots you can use no co develop absence goes on mobile devices or work in browser to do very specific thanks. So the no code revolution means you don't really have to know a programming language because. The prayer decades we've had programming languages. Lots of libraries have building built. Lots of things that stuff slowly dissolves its way into the background all that. Text. That doesn't look like very great things, and let's people who are better interface designers come forward because they just pull the tools that they need, and it sounds really weird until you've actually done it, and then once you do it. YOU QUICKLY LEARN THAT WOW! These new no code tools are really powerful. Which makes me think about what's that similar revolution and podcasting and I think. Our version of code when it comes to podcasting. Is that wave form? And the ability to manipulate the web, the wave form to make it do a want what we wanted to do as I said previously is a big stumbling block. Lots of people who WanNa tell great stories are just not into editing audio the way that you and I, who working podcast goes out there. Edit audio. They're not interested in learning professional ause like Hindenburg journalists, pro or audition, or even reaper, or even the cheap stuff that's free audacity and garage man. It lets you make a lot of mistakes with your audio really does. But you can also do a lot I know plenty of professional engineers who do a lot with audio, using using audacity or garage so it. It can totally work that way Mustang that camp. But this. I want us to think about a no wave form manipulation approach to podcasting because I think it's I think it's coming. We already have some tools out there right now, and I'm not endorsing any of them so I'm not mentioning any of them. If you know how to reach me, you can reach me. I'll give you some insight on that, but there are lots of tools that make it easier to make a podcast episode without ever really editing. Away for now that can be garbage, right? That can be utter garbage. There are plenty of tools that allow you to record quickly on your mobile phone and load a podcast episode up to the to the web. I I'm not talking about tools like that. That's just choosing to be lazy and not editing your work I still think you need to edit. I still think a podcast episode is best when it is constructed. Manipulated properly, not always. There are certain cases where it can be. But there's just a lot more creativity. You have as a podcast when you are doing some production level of work. So if we remove the. Of Wave for manipulation and change it to where anybody. Honestly anybody see I think that's the that's the big difference. No Code doesn't mean you. The person sitting at home can create a wonderful program. You still need the theory. You still need to think about things and you need to design something. It's really about design. This no code revolution. Let's designers do amazing thing. So, think about NEPAD casting away. What about podcasting designers? What about designing a podcast? Which is what? I think a lot of the high in podcasts, especially, the high production value podcasts. They're really more designers. Were designers with the no code. Revolution have A. They're really interface designers. Because, that's what you're dealing with. You're not doing no human deals with the underlying code of an APP webpage really. It's all presented in a in a display layer. That's why designers and the interface layer can do good work. Designing for audio's the same way because. No one really sees the wave form. You know unless we're looking at at player. And you know the the imbedded player that shows it or sometimes an audio Graham, but come on. Nobody really looks at a way for him. I also scopes. Nineteen forties anymore, people. This is the twenty twenty here we are. Who still many played his way form, so think about taking that out and making just the audio as the user interface that that's what people are enjoying the audio. So why not just really design great bits of audio without ever having to manipulate away form? It's happening. Right now, and it's just getting started i. mean this these these tools are less than a couple of years old really. From way in mainstream, the really hasn't got them so. For working podcasters like you and me. Already know how to manipulate way forms. I think we still keep manipulating. Our Way forms no reason for us. To really change for the project will working today. What we can do as working podcasters is. We start embracing these tools and start trying these tools out. On our next project now we're doing right now. We don't want to hurt the sound. We want impact what we're doing. We've got that figured out. We need to think about things. From what new tools can we learn? What new skills can we learn? What new things? How can we let our wings spread more? If we're not in at wife form editor making our changes, it'll change our perspective, I think. And for the working podcasters. WHO contract out with people to do their way for editing which I know a lot of people do. now you've suddenly have a whole new skills of people with skill sets. You've not really worked on before. You're not really worked with before. Because what have you don't need? Someone really manipulate the wave home. If you have this these software, these other pieces of The while they're all software, right? That's going to help you or somebody else on your team. If the designer minded person might be able to utilize these new tools in such a way. Really don't really need. An audio engineer, at least not in the way we have audio engineers. Today. So. Maybe that's something you could pursue as well. Maybe you're a great a designing podcasts. You've got these great ideas in your head, but you can't really do all the audio engineering work. If! We are working in a no way for manipulation world. Maybe you! Can I think we're there? That's where the future might be headed. So thanks for listening to me stumble through. My triumphant return season three a podcast pontificators has begun. It's continue every Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday, just like before still talking about the future of podcasting and the the things you should be thinking about. In the podcasting space still doing that kind of stuff, you can also still go to buy me a coffee dot. COM SLASH Yvo. And leave a couple of shackles for me. If you would like, keep the campaign campaign, keep the train rolling along and most importantly. Please tell a friend on the show is back. Maybe they didn't listen to season two because they were in the middle of what they want to start fresh season three is a great way to begin, so tell another person who has a podcast or is struggling podcasting. Listen to this. Because here's a future that you might actually envision. I would appreciate that and most importantly I shall be back tomorrow with yet. Another podcast participations cheers.
Do you want to move ahead?
"<music> hub hopper originals namaskar doll listeners of an died the not of life. We've heard from nato schrimm reading on your laptop. Say you're writing an email to someone what what do you do. If you have made any mistake by writing the maybe you missed. I typed a word on and in diocesan condense delete it and rewrite it isn't it i have never heard of anyone who keeps staring at the mistake steak and causing themselves for making it no. Why do we do this to ourselves. In life situations the human beings to learn at times learning is easy and at times. It is not so easy if we do make any mistake sake while in this learning process. Do you think it is fair to keep ourselves. The very word learning means that that we are not yet an expert in something and soviet attempting to know about it. We have to get ourselves some slack and give us some points foot attempting that which we haven't figured out yet is the lowest form of frequency mainly mainly because it is not even serving any purpose and there is no forward movement. It keeps us stuck and in self loot. How did we deal with guilt. Well the best way to deal with. It is to take an inventory gun sydell. What will join tensions. Did you really want to be mean to someone. Did you knowingly make that this. Did you at that given in point know how to handle that situation in a better way. Most likely the answer to all of these is going to be no next. We need to learn and upgrade which is exactly what feeling guilty is blocking. Did you place the guilt with this affirmation affirmation. I am ready to learn and enervate c. o. We've come sure into this existence for a specific perfect book is to fulfill something to give messages to certain people just by the words your who via your here meaningfully and not accidentally eat action of yours has a message behind it or know that message and sometimes the messages for our own soil delone and after learning to spread that learning this is me knee. How go you thank coupon listening to me on. How hopper see you next week until then keep learning. How helpful would there's no close the nikkei yep. Cassiopeia got avi of nevada's launch cannata though hob hobo studio website marriages stuck at aikman again that ended up knuckled with got bought gas launch getting studio thereby up viga kabibi of nepad launch anneke thin dinos on step smith the thought of nepad gesu just halt on how hoffa simply content.
Is this a judgement?
"Recently named her I noticed when people share their problems or their challenges with me I unintentionally hub hopper originals tiny hot. This is Krishna and I'm back with one of my questions the thought of Nevada's shoe they yet just halt on how papa simply content you would operate in from the belief system that you best connected with which could be an interpretation of your environment in that manner with them for example I met a friend of mine recently a boost work and he was complaining continuously that you know how they actually are using the person on how the person is actually is excellent I want everyone who listens where you were not involved in the story yourself as a human you had this tendency of picking up some lessons from it you definitely that you didn't like so much maybe because of the characteristics that they had no one bought the cases that is whether you like all you dislike the character his behavior this is my thought now this could be a judgment or seeing things for what it is learn something either how to be all it how not to be in real life there were definite favorite characters and there was some guarantees their life it is very very normal to pick up points which you as human to change or enhance in your life be the reason that this person is having such hard time at work and automatic response the person is not a timber in better and enjoyable something which is not means something which is not derogate tree isn't it similarly even someone else's telling you an instance it's is our interpretation of it a judgment is that so we on the right track Krishna yes they had that is the question that is not a judgment this mode of learning through someone else's experiences and of course if you can then help that person with your views that is but I don't know the difference between the two can you please help me Namaskar Krishna and welcome to untie the knot of life thank you so much oh how you were brought up what you consider as right and what you consider as wrong by learning from the stories you one necessarily judging for asking this very relevant question and how I interpret this question is that basically we want to know here when we are presented with a situation of someone to this podcast to remember those times when we were told a story maybe we were young and we were told this deal or a story oh by the bosses or his boss keeps complaining and his team members an odd working along with him intentionally I started thinking what could to conclude I would say that in the earliest situation it's not really a judgment it is a learning and in everything as a bed or a grandparent oh maybe we were much older where they were telling us a story through a movie or a book that we were reading or something you were watching on the TV why are you remember this notice that how then will you were exposed and especially although the person does not deliver as promised to his boss that this reason his boss gives him a hard time so technically he needs to your choice Dutchman Tokyo will be if you feel and see that this person is wrong and this is not the right behavior so how do we know what we interpreting is it a judgment again relating to that person or the situation we actually seen for things stop it at that but if you add by putting your point forward via not alligators the person and what you feel could be a way of it's possible to be how to balance and how to become an observer thank you so much again Krishna for asking this question for example you will judge mean person as mean an articulate your words with him or her accordingly you have to communicate with that person right so enhancing this particular situation that is not a judgment however I would also like to point out here that there are certain times when you have to make a judgment of the situation mm-hmm were you you were picking up characters which you will like to as a collective have in your environment something which makes life of human thank you go on the thinking wagon as to why the person's facing that problem what is it that they are doing that is triggering others to be and I call out to all the listeners of tied the knots of life if you have any credit related to life which is bothering you feel free to whatsapp me on nine eight seven nine four eight zero one four and I will connect with you in the coming thank you have a great week ahead this how helpful would goes the Nikkei. Yeah Gosh you've got I'll be of Nevada's launch cannot be full whole both studio website marriages stuck at it Ekman again that ended up knuckle with got bought gas launch getting he studio by up Woody as Vico He. WBZ OF NEPAD launch. Mickey Finn
What does Ego mean to you?
"<music> hubba hubba originals is one of the most misunderstood consent eagle is basically elected in vote which literally means i this i just your responsibility. It is your baby to have an individual experience and learn basically that for ritual here abandoned censu- fai is important in fact it is imperative while we all came from oneness. It's the i which had been having unique experiences and burning. If everyone was doing business who will delegate responsibilities to if everyone was a genital. What are they really cleaning. If everyone was genius what will be the importance of being a genius and who will the genus his ideas serve to be a listener snow others have to be talking if all listening then what are they really listening for the progress of a soul a sense of i is important that than sun however begins then dead is unbalanced or an inflated since then v think not just that are important which is actually a balanced densify however we start thinking that only important not this is an inflation. It is our responsibility to keep this in check certain things that you can be mindful about before dismissing the concept of google altogether and does beating the sense of i two debt people might not dan do but they need to and rely on you however doc life moves on and no one is indispensable u._s. mutt and so are others. Everyone brings their unique qualities to the debut. You might not always have all the answers. Delegation of work is not a sign of weakness. Due brag that you're always busy is basically hinting upon mismanagement of your time and loss of other opportunities opportunities which might have led you to have other experiences so the issue. My friend is not the concept of eagle. The issue is with our perception and does it is our responsibility so i encourage you all to have a sense of self and know how to use it as a gift. This is me knee hogwill from ni hug wheel train reading on untie the knot of life. Do let me know what are those areas that you would want me to cover next in this podcast. I am waiting to hear from you in the comments section for all the other things such as readings and other on sets you can get in touch with me on my what's up which is ninety ninety seven one nine four eight zero one four thank you and have a wonderful week ahead having strong but a balanced sense and so i help it would. It's no because the nikkei yeah gosh you've got the of nevada's launch cannata hob bob hope was studio website marriages stuck aikman again that ended up knuckled podcast launch getting yet he studio the up woody is i._v. A he w._b._z. Up nepad lunch mickey thin thin off on step smith south may up now broadcasts shoot kill you there yet just hop on how papa simply content.
Will you release?
"Hubba hubba originals scott do all the hubbub. I am back ni hao goyal from they going to trim reading on anti the notes off your life today. Let's speak a little about hugh now. You must be wondering the podcast called and neither notes off your life. Is that not what i have been presenting to you any retrace however today that you is special the one whom i am addressing. It is not the you that you see in the mirror. It is the you that you have left inventory most dramatic childhood experiences that you which has been waiting for your attention since a really long dime so much so that it keeps making its presence known in your life experiences even today that do which is is left in those times when you first felt unprotected or worthless or judged we have gone through such childhood experiences and he didn't know how to handle them any better so we landed up either ignoring them off suppressing them. This is the which wants to be seen and he'll healed once and for all. Have you ever wondered that. Why does your boss have issues only with you. A why is it that only you misunderstood in any he given situation among your peers. Why is it that only you face relationship. Concerns does able to reduce but not you these are all psychosomatic in prints and comfort zones four that you would you left in that period of time your inner child it is time to connect with it and he yourself once and for all from the core go back to that that define when you first felt an unserving emotions and this time feel it completely and he'll yourself from the core in fact for the listeners of about i am providing the special offer this week for energy healing and for could issue healing and energy replacement. I am offering three sessions one week to dig out the score issues and provide energy healing and reviving of brain at just six thousand which is otherwise ianna nine thousand or u._s._d. Hundred and fifteen which is otherwise as you as devon fifty do avail the same you can give me the reference of hub harpo and contact me on my what's up number ninety ninety seven one nine four zero one four please. What's up. Only i trust this entire. Information will help you. I will connect with you all next week. Namaskar have a beautiful week. Ahead is how helpful leads. There's no close the nikkei yeah gosh you've got avi of nevada's launch cannata thaba studio website marriages stuck at aikman again that ended up knuckled with got bought gas launch getting studio thereby up vegan w._b._z. of nepad launch anneke thin dinos on step smith the thought of nepad gesu just halt on how hoffa simply content.
What do you know about Confidence?
"Hub hopper originals. Namaskar do all the listeners of anti nuts of life. This is Mimi how from The Hague wheel trim reading with this week's topic which is this I know for the definition of confidence and this is what I found a feeling healing believe that you can do something with was succeeded at something a feeling of believed that someone or something is good or has the ability to succeed at something the feeling of being certain that something will happen or that something is true in my years of I have realized that that forget about all of these definitions but confidence is nothing but a state of mind amatorio reader a numerology leader and or belief system were facilitator as data dido when someone comes to me foot eating asking. When will I get this job. What if I get this job and see the onto comes isn't yes lo and behold they go back with an altered state of mind from feel do confidence and does. I see that confidence. DIFFIDENCE is nothing but a state of mind however in this scenario confidence is subjective particular outcome and that my friends is not healthy. Neither is long lasting but what if I tell you that v Gandhi via to attain this constant confidence and that it is not necessarily based on outcome be want to be seen in a particular way. It could be beauty as we perceive it. Martin is as as we push. Somebody wants to be seen as doyle. Somebody thinks that they want to be seen as the perfect image of whatever they are thinking however I have worked with all kinds of people who according to you might tab what you are looking for but they still do not have this keyboard confidence and so therefore confidence is not subjective to the way you look. What do you see I have seen many short people walking the zoom with an Alon on and many people having the slouch and vice versa so how to attain this feeling of confidence which doesn't seem that at the core it has something to do with looks or how you talk or how you are as for me. These are very very simple steps but once you pack them trust me this word of confidence the state of confidence would never go from you so I be fearless and open into looking absolutely stupid. Yes you heard it on being disapproved by others. Also listen northern is as perfect and the idea of being born itself is to learn either you know or you are yet to which is that you're learning so therefore nobody knows knows everything at a given point and therefore nobody's perfect second announced yourself to the world but be open to constructive changes elsewhere. Ah Dab into this energy of your childhood before you were that you're not enough last. We don't know where everybody is coming from. You only see a worship of them which they have been successful in presenting to you they might have had a bust or johnny which we don't know yet does stop comparing yourself to others because your journey my friends and your lessons. I very unique so this is what I had to say about. Confidence that been to it and if you want to know more about it get in touch with me on my what's up number nine eight seven nine four eight zero one four and two next. We have a beautiful day ahead help it would. It's no close the Nikkei yeah. I got a B of Nevada's launch. They'll hop hobos studio website beer stuck at Aikman again that ended up Knuckled Cup outcasts launch getting yet he studio by up Woody Aliya League he Kabibi of NEPAD Launch Anneke Sin Dinos on steps both of NEPAD cashew day yet. Just halt on how papa simply content.
Episode 5: This Chaos Is Creative
"<music> hub-hub originals hello there. You're listening to phoenix is from your own nashes. It being preoccupied. This episode is tied. Did this kill is created. At in this episode. We will talk about how to create something out. Tokyo said life woodson also will try to explore the relationship between creativity and kills odd and sadness many points. It's an artist have admitted and myself believe that artists born in a very deep place i'd economic these lines by famous hindi boito macron and than pund who up a helicopter john hogan nicholas cage job but he hoagie vitton john one now this also means that when you are very sad and you do not know what to do with this energy and how to generalize it just if you allow your heart to act instead instead of solving in a corner you can create what you never could in your happiest eat so this means that sort of being depression or sadness is not bad for us. It is a chance that the nature gives us to look at the other side and bring out the dark aspects which can also be very creative and mesmerizing and why is visit so why's daca creator white scale so creative stuyvesant happiness is not always as deep as soil therefore anything anything created in a state of shock depression cannot be measured in domes of fight because it oxygenates from the depths which notion has ever failed within itself while happiness and bright colors deal to one and oil there is something magnetic about those dock pictures which attract the hard with a stronger pull this fact will be denied by people who present themselves embodiments op joy and happiness in the world but the creative abilities walk with tremendous strength in the state of mind when mind in fact is not the only controller but the hottest one who let lose control is more important walks produce state state of depression or sadness come out with a coast the flu is people but that flu is primarily because of the toast which pushes it out much has been instead about the power of smile and vibrant colors and the judy have the capability of spreading smites but the depressed pace of badland that just the hot street and it might not make peace luke dollar sort of but it surely engages your heart in a much deeper and emotion conversation with itself uh we tend to reject something which strongly appeals to us because the matter of fact is that it creates confusion between heart and brain but the hodkinson the print suggests the opposite because of stroke cramming brain does what it has been taught or what it has learned by lonely heart has the courage to transgress has these boundaries which have already been set and therefore it is under the complete influence of hard and that free control that person creates the most magnificient books what's the most touching on even the darkest woke up and not just has the ability to make you feel light and relax while equality or a happy ending. May just i overwhelm you. I'll give you a moment smile. This lightness that one fees after touching the depth of work comes only after actually giving it a lo- quite initially it only stops create kind of restlessness which agitate to soil while this education has been felt and experienced by many bopha bopha of this agitation has been realized by very few and these are the ones who care enough to be a dissertation for by and go beyond it by taking the risk risk of analyzing that product little by ignoring the brings fleet leave it ten and because the brain has been granted such a way that it tends to reject anything which seems negative as well as educating postal ones will get scared of water up to the four swimming experience never get to touch the depth of water and hence remain ignoring the beautiful underwater world but those would be a dislocation and show some patients with water become a bottle of its secrets and the behold what rest of the world can only imagine the use of the would imagine nation is very significant because while awoke odd beat a painting reading poetry writing song music is a productive once both expedience observations it is also a productive one's imagination we human being are such that being done in a habit of imagination very soon and mind bonders quicker than the speed of light but but it is not only this venturing bantering which makes it more creative but also the limit that an artist sets what does not sick. He means it free. Why august is a widely used and understood too dumb and people seem to see someone who lives in the world but it's not part of it. The fact is that an artist can be anyone and in a way we owner artist list but in my opinion office can anyone but an entity audits nowadays primarily that's my open and a lot of people are shopping to develop crete ideas or thoughts but do not have any medium to present them or let's say the odd doesn't fit in any of the already introduced art form it cannot be expressed to writing writing painting or music and what should this person be called he might not be acknowledged or known because we cannot see feed what he claims to have in his foot but it's indeed a very difficult question to answer. It's important question for the generation which wants to be ahead and be different like writing painting music our own daughter practice than light be something which needs to be discovered or what in the middle of this week possibility. It's not allow discussion to get lost. Throw some more light on the darkness just as some patients and practice addic- wise to be able to swim good deep in the waters a dock work of art needs the theme from the spectator a spectator than has begun a good absorbent. It said that the kind of meditation meditation is not only league that process in which you're supposed to sit in a quiet place and concentrate at the center of your forehead or getting everything about the world but there is a meditation to peden and more practical tactical than that this meditation is when you concentrate all your energy at a point and focus on your work or tasks that work can be anything and you would realize that you don't have to put a foot to forget about the world because the world for that period of time will exist only as much as you need it for your bubbles to be fully vint. We all remember without rejecting anything at post. There is something great about the things which cannot be achieved so each you this that is something meaningful in that it seems complicated initially and we can never know what it was if never cared enough to indulge in it we are nearing the end of this episode and here's this one hut lot guan visitation. I want to have it you whatever you expedience whether it is good or bad happy or sad success of you you you have to decide and choose what you want to do with it that you want to make something creative out of it or you want to v._c.'s experiences imagining how how it could have been better to member things can always be better as long as we are willing to take responsibility next time in life. He'll doc remember that you you don't need to wait for someone to show you light because you had apply apply and you'll guided by own light. I hope you'll begin to celebrate. Kill us from now onwards. This is all for this episode of night prayer to the almighty that he gives us far vistim and bill to turn our dreams into reality. I prayed to the universe that we find the bopha lopez of wildlife and pose you it with full education. If you want me to talk about a particular topic in this podcast you can write to mean to email or social media definitely include those in the next episode without revealing identity. It's a promise you can find my contact the deals in the description of this episode whether it's about love life caught go to google or anything they can talk about it and make things work. Keep listening to phoenix rise from your <unk> nashes and i'll see you again with a new episode based soon one. She had this broadcast with people and help them crew. This is preoccupied exciting goal. You are a beautiful so how would it's no close the nikkei yap. Gosh see i gotta be of nevada's launch. 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The Can of Tuna Rolled Away Episode 064
"You are listening to words of jenn where i read to you one piece of my writing in each and every episode this jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode number sixty four. And i'm doing this as part of nepad. Pomo twenty twenty in this episode. I'm going to read to you a piece of writing that i posted in two parts on a website that no longer exists. This one is titled the can of tuna rolled away. Few things are more mundane then grocery shopping. Eventually though you have to do it putting the groceries away after you return home can be a tedious chore overall. It's a boring task this time however things went differently than planned my husband. Sean was putting the groceries away when something completely unexpected happened. He accidentally dropped one of the cans of tuna fish that we bought and it rolled behind the stove. It was a random thing that had never happened before. It seems the can landed and rolled. Just right we used a flashlight to check and see where the can of tuna went. at first. we could see the edge of the can it was standing on its side wedge between the wall behind the stove and the cabinet next to the stove. What to do i. We tried using a really long pair of barbecue tongs to see if we could grab a can of tuna. That didn't work instead. This caused the can to get nudged just enough for it to roll completely behind the stove next week. Tried using a shop. Vac in the hopes of removing the can of tuna by suction. That didn't work either. The hose of the shop vac didn't reach far enough and there was no way to get it to go around the corner at the back of the stove where the tuna can had rolled to. We were now out of ideas as to how to get the can of tuna from behind the stove. It just seemed like a bad idea to leave it. There and neither of us felt confident about trying to move the stove ourselves. Fortunately sean has a friend who seems to know how to fix just about everything. If anyone could retrieve the runaway can of tuna without requiring the removal of the stove i it would be him or worst case scenario. The friend would probably know how to safely move the stove a few days later. The helpful friend came over to see what he could do. The stove is gas stove concern. Was that if my husband and his friend moved the stove to get the can of tuna. They would accidentally bumped the gas line and caused a gas leak. The stove is situated in a way that prevents us from seeing how the gas line is connected to it. That's just one of the quirks about our mobile home. I'm not entirely sure how the stove got hooked up in the first place since a person would pretty much have to be standing between it and the wall to do that. How did that person get out. Did he climb over the stove. It's one of the many mysteries about this place that will never be fully explained my concern was that moving the stove even just a little bit could cause a gas leak now. A small gas leak quickly turned off would probably not cause much harm to me my husband or his friend however it would likely kill our cockatiels who were in a large cage in the living room not incredibly far from stove. The kitchen and the living room share the same space in our small mobile home. The birdcage is on the opposite end of the room. It isn't sitting right next to the stove or a refrigerator or anything but since the mobile home is small nothing. Is that far away from anything else. Ever heard the phrase canaries in a coal mine. That was my fear. The cockatiels could die from a small gas leak long before the humans in the room would feel any strange side effects as a result of it. This was not something. I was willing to risk the plan was. I would put the birds into pet crates before the stove was moved to just in case each create could easily fit a large cut inside it. We used crates to take the birds to the vet. Obviously this meant that. As soon as they saw the crates the birds were going to start getting upset. Once inside the crates. I could safely take the birds into our backyard. This should get them fresh air in case of a gas leak. Fortunately that particular drama did not have to happen. My husband's friend came over with one of those grabber devices. It is a long pole with a clawlike thing on the end of it to use it. You aim it at the thing you want to reach and press something to make the clock lows around it. I've seen this tool used in clothing stores. Where racks of clothing are attached. So high up the wall that they may as well be on the ceiling. They only had to move the stove an inch or two and were able to accomplish that with no difficulty. The friend used the grabber and pulled out can of tuna the two of the move the stove back into place. Problem solved since then. We have blocked off the small area between the stove and the cabinet with an old pair of shoes. That barely got worn for reasons. Only they can understand. The cockatiels took a sudden interest in that little space. One of them would walk over and stick his head in there. Ready to do some exploring. We definitely didn't want to try and coax a frightened cockatiel who put himself in an unfamiliar environment from out behind the stove so that's base got blocked off for safety. It is now impossible for cockatiels or cans of tuna to end up behind the stove. And that's the end of this one. If you enjoy listening to me read a piece of my writing to you and would like to hear more. You could find more episodes of words of jenn at book of jenn dot com
NaPodPoMo 2019 MDW328
"Mike does world number three twenty eight and it's number one four the NEPAD Pomo twenty nineteen. So yeah I'm doing it again. Dan Every day in November. I should have a new episode either here or somewhere else but mostly here factor. I think I'm going going to just make sure it's here. But in case you're wondering go to Mike Dell Dot com and find Find the other page there about or or something like that. I forget now all right why not. We got time My other stuff I think if you click on that it doesn't give you anything. I got fast food history. PODCAST help desk. Uh Oh here. We go if you hit about Mike Del.. You're going to see all the different podcasts. Outcasts that I do including an anchor. PODCAST and whatnot Mike Dell's world fast food history. PODCAST help desk. PODCAST CAST insider which is my companies podcast and then. They've got a view from the north. which is the phone it in through anchor thing so if I if I post one of these napalm pomo ones from four that podcast then I will I will riposted? So we'll we'll have it all in this one feed also for those you didn't know and those of you that live in traverse city area or northern Lower Michigan area. Do a somewhat daily weather reading. It's all it is. It's me reading the weather for thirty thirty seconds to a minute Every morning and it's also available as a skill for your Amazon talking tube. which if I say her name she's going GonNa come up and ask me what I want so I don't WanNa say it but it's Alex l. e. x. a and you can add that to your daily briefing if you want? It's called the traverse city weather. And if you want to just subscribe to it as a podcast you can go to I think it's What is of it now. I think it's TC weather. Dot Blueberry Dot Net yes. TC weather dot blueberry dot net blueberry spelled B. L. U.. It'll be our our why no es couldn't afford to ease so anyway. Yeah and NEPAD pomo which is national podcast. Posting month has done on every year. I did it a couple of years ago and then Didn't do it last year and I think I'm GonNa do it this year so November. I also get to not use my shaver as much. Most going to participate in no shave November other Otherwise known as Movember for growing a mustache November but are you had a mustache but Growing the the rest of the beard in for for November here so anyway. A lot more Stuff as the month goes on to keep this kind of short. I'm trying a different set up here to just updated the road caster pro WPRO and it actually now has a preset for my microphone. So hopefully by close aren't bothering you and all that. So we'll do this do this up this month If you have any suggestions for topics I should cover Suit me an email Mike at Mike Dell Dot com otherwise tomorrow.
New Office/Studio Plans NaPodPoMo 2019 MDW330
"Mike Dell's world number three three zero four November third twenty nineteen and. It's the third day of NEPAD Homo Homo or national podcast posting month. Some people say that under that Hat Mike. Del has a chip in his head. Unfortunately it's a Dorito reto as usual. Thanks mark for that to comment anyway. So yeah it's Day three Sunday November third and made a little adjustment. Here on the microphone just to see if doesn't sound as cut off as it did on yesterday a show I turned off what's known in the industry is the big bottom. I think I have a deep voice. In this microphones deep enough. I don't need to add. Add to it. Electrically whole goal of me recording podcasts generally is to make it sound as close to uh you and I having a conversation across the table or on the couch or something and not have that big big big radio sound I you know. I don't mind it sounding decent. You know in a little bit of a professional sound is fine but you know the goal is always to you know make natural as possible and so hopefully I'm accomplishing that. Hopefully you're not hearing too much of the the heater going going in the background again. It's a nice cool day here in traverse city down here in the swampy basement. I did ED Make my mind up that This spring I am going to move my office yet again. I know we talked about that. I moved upstairs stairs for a little while we remodeled the basement and moved back down. Here problem is down here the flooding problem and it's because Lake Michigan's Lake AAC level is up at record highs right now which brought our water table up to record highs and goes in cycles but This is definitely a hi cycle. So you know what I just leave it as is going to work this basement up again. After the the water level goes down not a not a lot of damage or anything. It's just Swampy it's It's not healthy and so what I'm going to do. It was built a box in the garage. Not really a box gonNA take little over one quarter of the garage half of one stall tool still be about one hundred square feet same as my office here in the basement and I'm GonNa make that in into an office in the garage and it'll have air and it will have its own heat. Goes cutting off a little bit again. I don't know maybe this maybe this Noise Gates just a little too tight enough to figure out how to adjust that here on the Road Castro but anyway this isn't a podcast about podcasting so anyway my office. This is gonNA move Probably start working on it this winter I can you know do some do the framing at least and maybe you don't put insulation relation in and Do the outer Shell. And I'm going to do the outer shell. Though SB board nothing nothing fancy and all that stuff stuff that doesn't require adhesives drying paint and all that stuff and maybe even get some wiring done. It all depends on what the you know what the weather's like all at once. I get the basic box done. I can actually put in a heater and do some some of the Interior as well You know can't really mud drywall. Or painter or anything like that but should bill to slowly but surely over the winter build did this thing get it all done so that in the spring I'll be able to move out there and you know as a bonus we'll have a little bit quieter a place to do podcasting. Oh have A dog free area too so the dogs can stay in house or in the yard and won't hear them as much wjr and it'll just be a nicer situation. Yeah the commutes can be a little longer. Okay I'll have to walk out the back door down the sidewalk walking into the garage door. And then I'm GONNA put an exterior door in the in the office wall there. It's got a nice window. Oh overlooking the neighbors not that. It's a great view but at least it'll be a little natural light. I'll build a soundproof. It more and be a little more secure as far as in a way from the rest of the House and all that the only disadvantage is. It's not right in the house so we'll have to actually go outside and even in the winter you know so we'll be bad but that's the plan sometime over the winter. I'll I'll be build on the box. I'm not you know a carpenter by any stretch so I'm GonNa have to employ them assistance in at least two designing being in how to drive a nail all that you know cut aboard whatever you know. That's that's not the hard part and he knows I I. Of course DRYWALL and I'll probably panel the ceiling. I'm guessing just because it's easier but I'd like to drywall. So I can actually paint you know make it look like a regular office on the inside. Insulate it quite well. I figure one of those Eden pure electrics Heaters will will suffice. I run one down here because there is a furnace down here obviously but heat rises so It stays quite cool down here if they don't run a little heat. Just get one of those window. Box Air conditioners and I'll probably cut it through the wall though instead of taking up the window at it or I'll put in just another window just for the air conditioning. We'll see it's But that might require a little more structure Kaz putting in a standard window in that garage might be a little interesting so it might not fit an air conditioner properly. So we'll see but that's the plan as it stands right now so might Dole's world studio will move about Y- EH thirty yards south of here so instead of being a five hundred yards from Lake Michigan will be five hundred and thirty yards yards from Lake Michigan and about eight feet higher elevations. So that'll keep me out of the water table we hope. Of course if it
Episode 6: Emotional Empowerment
"<music> hub hub originals hello there. You're listening to phoenix astrid from your own ashes. The main pre up body as you wanted to notre this goss we talk about donating everything best mystic in deposits from depression into heartbreak from work life balance to becoming the person you deserve to be this cost is dedicated to strengthening and bothering an uplifting every single single individual who gets to listen to it. This episode decided emotional environment and in this episode either talk about emotions emotions loss and types of emotional experiences which can prove damaging if not lead attention to so we will talk about coasting guests lighting and providence. Why is it important to discuss. These is because a lot of times via treated wrongly by people to trust the most and because we trust them they do not question their behavior heigl accepted astrid under the damage <unk> evident better be ready been of people you love interest because you should know what is acceptable and what does not in fact what i've also seen. Is that a lot of times. Even the person himself doesn't realize that there is something wrong with the way they treat someone. The worst part about this generation is that it lacks a sense of emotional responsibility towards fellow beings. No wonder we have more number of people battling depression and exciting than ever so. Let's talk about it. I is coasting. Ghosting is one of the lowest emotional experiences that one can have an of course for oh sensitive. People and people will venue emotions way too much. This can be extremely painful and devastating what is costing costing is when someone someone disappears suddenly without giving any explanation after having a close relations you it can be someone dating for a long time and one day to stop hearing from them. Go calls no text messages. No connection made on social media notice bronzes to any of your messages and it does not just limited to romantic mental relationships friendships. Even bulk relationships may end with a form of coasting it definitely cruel experience because it makes you feel rejected. Check did an abandoned for us. It means not attain to gain hope in the heart to propose offer them formed and security and then disappear salil like the naval able out a thing one divides us easiest match up. You need to step out of your selfish fees. In seething motion the bus station that your action has caused the other person this leaves people with lower self esteem but you need to understand that this doesn't say anything anything about you but of all the person who chose to abandon you ivan straight and honest the only solution to emotion problems is to move on and detach yourself so from what is called leave bust and boss now next to gas lighting another not talked about emotional chapter what you need to be aware golf in order to allow this to not happen to do in simple domes guests lighting is menopausal makes you question your own reality by trying to brainwash schubert woodlice like this never happened. I never said that i never did that. As if you have made a drop in your own mind and the use so many techniques greenwash in washington erase your reality over the period of time the only way out in this case is to be aware of others actions be aware of your own reality and be full. Do not allow someone to feed you lies just because you trust them lastly. I wanna talk about bothered imbalance every retying you put yourself below someone you allow them some powers over you. Every time you accept someone's ideal few you take a step towards becoming submissive in order to not be traveling. Have the power to raise your voice. Always it is important you realize and understand your own powers. It's only when you know what you're capable that you can diffuse to follow someone else you are as put as the person telling you that you ought on what you are as bob reported athletes and telling you that you are not fathered imbalance not only exist in terms of position but also on emotion and by the first is visible in proven the latest always exercise taking charge of your emotions. If someone has to convince you to do something they will have to gain your confidence and once you begin to trust them dave and try to the place your idea of yourself with with what they want you to see yourself as it is only once they gain control over your emotions that they can exercise their bowel for that atp. Wasn't it becomes easy to prove that there is something wrong with you that they have something that you lack and that they can show you the right but in order to not create create the sponsored imbalance on an emotional level. Do not give someone controlled or we also your emotions need to be controlled by you and nobody else. You have to decide how you want to feel and nobody's because when you give someone the power to make you happy you also give them the power to make you choose to be happy. This is all for this episode and i hope this knowledge will embody you on an emotional level. I create the almighty that he gives us the power to understand ourselves to be happy without needing anyone s to make us have been if you want me to talk about political particular topic in this podcast you can write to me through email or instagram either definitely include those in my next episode without revealing identity. You can find my contact details in the description of this episode by that. It's about love life. Cut your goals or anything. Begin doc about it and make things work. Keep listening to phoenix strikes from your nashes and i'll see you again with a new episode next week. Shared this podcast with be you know an head them grew. This is free fight exciting. All you want a beautiful help. 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Episode 35 - A Feiner Guide to Creative Life
"This podcast is part of the Planet Broadcasting Network Visit Planet Broadcasting Dot Com. Promo podcast from our great night's welcome to human ordinary true stories so bad our culture our relationships and all the things that make us human so this one time why why back not long. After I started school I wrote my first book. Although head copyright lawyers been spying on classroom at the time I would have been in hop who you see. I'd not long Lynn. To right and this one day I write at all the words. I could remember from my favorite picture book now. I'm not sure how good my memory is now but I think the book was based not which which is one of those Bernstein bids books at any rate. The teacher was well impressed with my math skills and sent me off to the principal's office where I'm going to stick and some encouraging words words to this day it remains the first of two writing awards that I've received it's impossible to recall what I liked about basin. The non maybe particular page fascinated me or the cadence of the words. Maybe the slightly dark and suspenseful mood was a precursor to my current. I love of spooky horror movies but whatever it was ause these days picture books are once more dominant feature of my life. Because I work a lot. Don't get much time to read Felicia so the books I read three to my kids are pretty much the only pages get to turn and let me tell you something. There's a lot of Krupp kids books out there. There's ones with no knows sense of story. Actually there's a lot like that or they've got boring characters or characters who do some seriously questionable. Things like Mr tickle one of those Mr men books wchs he just goes around all day touching strangers and certainly in reading to a daughter. We WanNa give her stories that send positive messages about girls and women and frankly often hard to come by especially with ODA books. This this Dr Seuss Book that she likes featuring a brother and sister and the brother does every bit of talking like the girl is literally silent throughout the whole thing and this heaps of them like that and look. Maybe I'm just a whingeing. dinging lefty for even noticing and thinking that it's a problem and whatever because beyond all of that stuff kids books are often really really boring and lack let creativity and imagination. Sorry give very passionate about this subject but I mean pull your socks up kids authors. Fortunately human ordinary producer cinnamon NEPAD mid husband and wife kids book team. Who have this socks very firmly pulled right the way up? I still remember particular stories that my brother and I asked to have parents to rate us over and over again and I still hold them D- to my heart I never. I thought that one day my job would involve curated children's books but the main part of my job at kindling kids radio involves choosing books and pairing them with narrators two. And let me tell you. There are some wonderful books out there. Last year one book caught my eye. It's cold if I was prime minister written and illustrated by husband and wife Jo Robin Beck Fino. She's an illustrator and graphic designer who previously worked in advertising. And he's a writer and creative creative in the advertising industry when their son started asking questions about Australian Politics Beckon Robin got to work h page features. Is it different child imagining what they would do if they were in charge of Australia. The ideas of fun Quirky and California. You know you've got this meaningful moment. Where kid thinks that the tooth fairy should give some of the money to someone who needs it more but likewise on the same page? There's A nice note where the Tooth Fairy Gary has written that something stinks and I think that's that's very much as we build these saints a lot of different things that you can actually find and you know well. It's not laugh. NFL loud funny. Necessarily there's something stinky under the bed. It's just undercutting the seriousness of the moment. Subtly yeah and we we always make sure and I think in college. It was really good at making sure that we kept it really fun. I want to make it look. It's a very serious weld out. Their kids getting really anxious and so we just wanted to make show that we actually made an early enjoyable book. You know the the robot. There's a scene where that you could invent a robot changes sisters nappy in is kind of moments. Which is really fun and light light and and kid friendly across the pages or double page spreads if this colorful fund kids book is an undercurrent of kindness and and Robin says this is no accident? We had a very clear agenda. I think to promote fairness equality a slightly left leaning the you name kind of all the kids naturally are kind of unfiltered and innocent and make the world a better place. Conclusion was very important and at the same time there was so much malfunction in government. Not that there's not at the moment but it was just particularly cularly focused at the time and I think we just went through and said what are all the little things we'd like to highlight in focus and we'll talk to a lot of kids and got their ideas like just rough ideas and we kind of took them and formulated them into areas. That that we really wanted to share and we thought were important. The topics are as diverse and wide ranging is the kids featured in the book. Somebody it has the idea to hang rainbows in the sky eighty dicey because rainbows make everybody's happy and that was always comment as well about Marriage equality at the time but just visually the concept of these helicopters holding these Sort of preconstructed. Rainbows is in the sky. Beautifully depicted and I I think That's what I love about doing kids books. It's where when I was learning advertising. They used to say you know. Radio is so amazing because you can put somebody on the moon with a simple sound perfect at so amazing that with no budget at all you can teleport people well. It's the same with Becky's illustrating skills. We can just create these incredible fantasy worlds and usually pretty quickly. Yeah I am undiagnosed. Add and says all right so you've got three months you can. She's ready to go away. And I don finished. We'll come from appetizing. wakened advertise so different for getting kids airlines the deadlines We need an ad out out next week in favor pages. I Love Them. Well I really like is the last like kids. Spread idea where it's Rav. And and he invites if he says that he wants to invite all the world laid is to his place to jump on a trampoline and shake cupcakes. That way they don't get along and it. It was nice to draw the trampling sane but it was just willed latest flying in the end with cupcakes. Try and they all look like world leaders. We didn't want to date the books it but just this idea of kids innocent that you know. James Van Buren just has some delicious dessert. We all get along better and Yeah I love the innocence at that but I'll say optimism pace that was kind of I it is. It's that idealism. That's that hundred. There's even a page in there where we propose that we will tree houses for the homeless. Yeah so they have somewhere nice in safe to sleep. Yeah it's spreading their where we say we would welcome everyone who comes to the country with a great big hug. Yeah main these it's excellent highness that and teaches of love those acts of kindness auden. I think that's what I want to teach. Go and talk to students. You kinda have to go. I K- it's not about the prime minister. I would have all the money in the world. You know you kind of try and teach them them be more about these values so yeah back giving back in sharing being empathic but I think to Becky's point You know when we say we would welcome all these people to Australia with a great big hug. This is not a shock to child. Nine this is the way they I feel I think and They might just be sort of out of the whole the whole loot. The conversation about how adults have made data decision that refugees. That'll be treated a certain way. And they're not included in that. And it's if there is any inkling that they've you know they might have heard then and this is just you know reinforcing more idealistic way and I actually think that the kids today are a lot more like learning about politics and stuff a lot elliot on than I ever did at school and I actually were in climate change. All these awful things happening but I think we're in quite good hands. You think the kids coming growing up now are lot more though. Yeah switched on. Yeah and just WANNA make change than we ever were My head was in this endless. Could Greta Yeah Beckon. Robin only started creating books together in the last few years in fact it oh kicked off when Beck was trying to teach us on the alphabet and wasn't really getting excited about stock standard entries. Like Bay is Banana. While she was on maternity leave Beck said herself the goal of doing an illustration a day and posting it on Instagram the legends alphabet features twenty-six famous Australians Australians from Sporting. Heroes like sprint Cathy. Freeman and AFL. Adam goods to in excess Yati Indie Bush Ranger Ned. Kelly and Steve Savo and we'd be sitting in bed watching Netflix. Or something and I would say Showing Robin like odd. You like this letter and he'd be like no do it that kind of ways so it was good to get that import but I knew I had to get one up the most fun I had was helping to choose who we would all make. Actually we've had some major fights that's the funniest thing is that like trump goes. Have you ridden enlist for the alphabet. Like Nah just GonNa Guy Within within you on. What about Ned Kelly luck? I don't know if your listeners know but we started with Ozzy Legends Alphabet now twenty one additional channel but only in America now there's a lady legends alphabet featuring amazing women like beyond say Amelia earhart and free to call or there's also a dyslexic Alexa legends alphabet featuring people like Leonardo Da Vinci Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso plus. There's a socal legends alphabet wrestling legend agents art legends. And many more. So how did they work at. Who is going to make the cut for the twenty six people in the very first Ozzy legends alphabet? Well it took a lot of planning night. Planning there was planning when I remember planning. This is now. We're having a live find. There was no I planning might be remembering the tricky letters I say for instance. We're looking ahead going. WHO IS GOING TO BE X? Yeah you know who is going to be cute. But what are we going to do said Ed when all yet said because howdy end on said like they were good we had to work out pretty quickly that sometimes on maybe two or three letters on every alphabet alphabet the letter itself was going to have to feature within the name rather than as the star tonight neither of them could have imagined. And how much attention the alphabet would get the letter F featured the ophthalmologist. Fred hollows who is famous for his work trying to end avoidable blindness blindness. He worked to restore the eyesight of thousands of people in Australia. particularly in aboriginal communities. And also around the world so I did the illustration for Fred hollows someone that was very high up in the pre holies foundation contact made they put it on a website from the instagram journalist analysts from espionage founded and that's kind of what like say but but it is fantastic. Because you know you've got a whole bunch of really incredible aboriginal. The people in the it's very that was really. Yeah Yeah Yeah it was thank you. That was really important. I'm not seeing a lot of indigenous You know legends. Being celebrated like they should that was really important to and people that are not like you know we did choose for Queenie McKenzie non really nice acquainting McKenzie's. She's an amazing Indigenous artist so it was going going. Do we restoring someone that no one really knows but people really got it. I was really impressed with the public. When you know few people said had all why Julia Gillard and why aren't there any liberal? Yeah she's was the first female prime minister it's like the NIH. And I go back to why we mentioned where sort of indebted to social media because if it wasn't for that power then I don't think. SPF would have picked up on it. I don't think it would have led to a publishing deal because I mean just with publishing a main wait. I'd actually I think what pitch the idea to if you publish his Aussie Legends One and they checked it and it was really interesting because And the same publisher contact me after went viral and win like one of those moments where they're like. We're really interested in your book and I didn't want to find it wasn't like wasn't actually doing doing it out of a main way. I just didn't want to find like a paper trail of paper trail email trial of May actually contact them and I just did I just say no I I contacted if you're a little while ago with this idea and probably would have given it to fifty cents but now speak to my agent you know but it is such a hard area and social. I always say to people when they WANNA get into publishing. How do I get in is like you have to come up with such innovative ways to get publishes to notice because like they literally get millions of manuscripts every day and they might be a winning one? 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We conceptual thinking creative team in the traditional sense like in the way that an advertising creative live team is made up of a writer and director take a brief and they go away and they brainstorm ideas neither of them being the art director and the writer at that point in a just a creative Giulio throwing ideas back and forth. That's what we do. I know kids bull. I sometimes find when people said who did the words and you know how did you guys do it and I always have to go back and say well. We biased through around ideas. But then obviously you're doing it right and then we got to it but so that that Back to what I was talking about. It just threw open a door for us to you. Know we did the Aussie Legends Alphabet Book. But then we were able to. Actually we got offered good for the book deals and that allowed us to kind of go back to the drawing board and come up with a whole range of yes because after the alphabet. We didn't have another idea so we knew we had to sort of sit down and do a brainstorming session to come up with more ideas and I think after a few brainstorming sessions sessions we had these really painful session. These are the West. This is like you know when we're talking about collaborating is it's also the most fun sometime. I think is well. It's it's it's painful but it's fun coming up I did it is it is and it's painful and that's when you do shoot down the other peasants idea a little bit and you have to be really open to it too and then we might spend the next day as we cross each other passing through the holes of the House and Yeah L.. Thing going what about he does about this. What about we see it like this and it might be twenty different incarnations of thought until we go? Yeah this one so logistically. How does it work when you parenting into kids? Sometimes working from home and also working creatively together when we come up with ideas together we come up with that we present and and then we just need a break like we just woke away and we do have that time apart. Because I think it's really important to that space and a lot of the time I am just illustrating without rub and he's not like appearing appearing over my shoulder likewise with your writing. I really let him go for it because he is talented and I wanted to let him but it was going to say you know. The boot is very much on the other foot for when I start writing I feel the pressure the pressure of having to live up to you and what I know you're going to do with it from illustrations point of view you know in representing us. Both and I know that if I don't crack you if you can imagine we've pitched the story and now I've got to make the story Work Ryan and so if I can't live up to that letting backs down as well so yeah. Yeah so we often email each other things which I think sometimes is a healthy away inland showing going. Because you don't get the instant reaction you know. Sometimes when the other person gets digested in a separate space it is a little healthier and I think it's healthy that we both I can go and do all the jobs and come back to it because I think working on a full time together way would literally Bela homer strangling each of them in in your house. House G. have separate workspaces so We try to make show a working in different spaces. Yeah Yeah I'm upstairs at the moment and we've got like the studio addict thing actually which was looking really hot building yesterday. Had a great view of just like this guy on walking on the roof next which is really great so ooh I put the blind down. Is We do try like sometimes you'll go to the bedroom or look it's interesting how we work thank you know. Sometimes you aren't doing commissioned illustration sometimes I'm off in an advertising agency doing a contract and occasionally we're sitting together brainstorming about books but it's you know it's not constant not too intense and we break it up and move around and try to you know alleviate the stress yeah like all game the game in the middle of something just to give each other space ally. Maybe we'll both all this is another thing that will if the kids maybe we'll one would bind mckibbin and other. We'll have just some time away from everyone. And then I feel like we can get back that I'm missy. Let me miss you Robyn and I and I do have a motorbike. I WANNA confess. I do not out nine months pregnant. Kathi let me tell you. I'm not thinking about Becky on the books on the bill from next door like I am now I wanted to also ask you like your work combines kind of equal pods political consciousnesses. Shema is a pretty winning Combo to get messages across. And why good-looking looking. Where does this come from? Well with Jewish up on a a steady diet of Woody Allen Films we love comedy. Yeah we love satire. Yeah we're not very. We're not very good Jews not recode. I Know Rabbi rocket if you're listening we're not in that way but we do that the yeah. We have a shared love of that kind of coach during. Yeah we've just been binging on the marvelous. Mrs Mazel. Yeah we yeah anyone's into that show that sort of a a good indication of I mean what makes Jews. It's funny I think you know we. We like gallows humor. If you look at Lenny Bruce he was the first comedian who basically just started talking about what was happening in the world. Rather than making you know bad one liner kind of jokes so this is This is AL background. This is how we like to joke even in the face of adversity. I think we've had a lot of suffering in the past and we've kind of treason to attack it sometimes with humor and I think that's why maybe naturally way Funny People I think if you can look towards that so I felt so sorry for being such a huge influence on our lives has a love relationship would never have come together without Seinfeld. I remember the first thing you and I both laughed about when we met each other with Sarah Silverman and We do listen to other comedians. Not just Jewish ones and there's another aspect to Judaism or the Jewish culture and its neuroticism. Yes and I think as an observer. Aw is amusing as an observer. Yeah living in CH- Beckon Robbins latest. His book is called. My folks grew up in the eighties as someone who is a child in the eighties myself. It's a really fun raid with colorful pictures. The capture the essence of the era. She's a bit of a nineties tragic. I froze in time. You're going off to your retro losses on Thursday. I do a weekly. You have to go and dance eighties. Aerobics every day romanized that. If he doesn't get one time big trouble trouble a girl up. The street is You know wearing the leg warmers and riding roller skates rather than rollerblades scooters. And stuff it. It was happening around us. I think we just channel did and it so hilarious. The fact that the eighties was years ago dawned on us that affect you folks little kids. Today's despite literally grew up in age not the fifteenth of Sikh faith. There's a tension in the book. It's not just a walk down memory lane. What's Nice about the book I think is that that particular decade is when the technology that we take the granted I started to emerge? Yeah you know it moved out of the business world and we started to have devices that could record music and then cameras and video cameras and things like that. I remember being a child and going on a school What do you call them? Excursion to the zoo with school excursion to the zoo and and I was in charge of the video camera. Now that meant carrying a ten kilogram box by my side slung over my neck sung around my shoulder oughta and a huge camera this enormous lands. I mean people recording the news for channel ten days carrying around less it was just a really is Time but my my my attraction to is the absolute fantasy of the eighties. Like the musing crazy it was like one of the spreads it was like you know. Musicians is like dressing up Halloween every day and I'm obsessed with ADP the music video clips because this nice story it was just like just guy I feel like they turned up in the day just provides it was great so you know there was this but but I feel like that creativity kind of dull down a bit in the nineties in the two thousands and everything and never had the same appeal. No I mean if you think about those eurythmics video clips or cranes Madonna Michael Jackson. Yeah Yeah it was. Yeah and there was so many quirks of the time as well like in the fashion the shoulder pads on the hyper hypoc colored T. shirts and the middle. The bits of Paraphernalia troll dolls and those pencil cases that had all the little secret compartments. I am yeah professional of eighties gizmos. Now's because I've looked them so I wanted it and that was actually. This was the hottest book I'm done because I wanted to get everything so accurate here at the college but still being my stall so it was a real challenge. That was when you like go back to it again and then I knew to keep going back to attention I was talking about. We kind of knew that taking out kid a seven year old and saying to him. Hey you know you wanNA watch a movie we put on the TV and we get the net flicks. You sit back. Put the microwave popcorn on you know and your life is good back in our day. We had to convince Vince. Mom or dad to take us to a place called video library. Yeah we'd have to have money. We'd have to get the video Muslim. Were out of stock. Yeah you'd have to drive home. We'd have to put it on what should and you had to rewind it before you took it back the very next day you know. Yeah and if you hit around that yeah remember feeding bring it back. You gotTa really be fine. But it turns out they're bringing the quirks and highlights of the eighties. Visually wasn't without its challenges. I'd just rather go for it creatively and then told lighter that I can do it so a lot of the Times you know we did put things. It's like the karate kid in because so much of the eighties was the whole pop culture sign and then the legal would come back and good. No you can't do that. You can do this so actually came with by creative ways to get around it. which was I actually think in the end more visually exciting so for example? I couldn't put a drew a in the book You the bicycle when he was much better. When we took it out and put a little Kuwa- look like it? So you know those things kind of push you and it's it's only as a challenge but I think yeah it's that we work together on it because we can kind of come up with those solutions together that make it a better outcome. I mean at the time it's threatening marriage and at the other end well high fiving and that's the the other thing too. I don't think I could be with anyone in a relationship. Didn't I wasn't creative because it's just too much of who I So even though we probably get really sick of each other because of this creative tension. I don't think I would be with someone that I couldn't do it. It's a I I can't explain it but it's really important to me. I don't know if it is. It's pretty important and also to be able to show our kids. What's that we're doing something together? It's pretty special like and how's it feel few to know your books are now also in other hustle storytime. Did you know it's really interesting. I think kids love authors and illustrators so much like kind of the having outgrown the magic of that way celebrities thirties youtube influence us with still saying of these amazing people in their lives. And I get such a kick. You knows and K.. Mart and he came up to me and recognize me from being a kid. Kids School of life. Yeah you know it was great I get such a kick out of it and I get so you know when people actually Ryan say how much love especially the pan won because I know how valuable double back is that it's being torn in schools. That's just a huge huge kickout event. Yeah you know if I I'm having a conversation with somebody Senate. It's relevant familiar. Talk about our books even when I'm talking about my professional life because of you know the the merging of these two welt. It's so if I'm talking to advertising people and it comes up that we've written books and they've heard about them read them to their kids. There really is no bigger. You throw big. Thanks to Beckon Robin Sharing Their Story. The music you had in. This episode is by berlin-based Ozzy electronic artist or a mortar. Thanks also to the human ordinary team head over to human ordinary dot com for links peaks and for more info on this story and many others in this episode was produced by me Cinnamon NEPAD That was cinnamon Nipah that was cinemas last story for the season of human human ordinary. From the get. Go cinnamon has been the veteran producer around human ordinary height. Cute and it's been amazing. Being able to learn from her experience at the start of the year cinnamon was adamant she didn't want to inject itself into her stories and for the most part she remained true to that but I'm really glad that she was. I would be swayed just a little bit and you got to get a sense of the awesome person. She is thinking of realized that at the end of maize last asked episode. I didn't have a nice words for her poor form. Sam So let me just say that. When I decided that I wanted other produces to work on the show mays was the first name that came to mind because her mind is curious about the ordinary everyday? I think she has cracking sense of humor. And she can also put back upon. Thanks me and finally. After a lot of thought and talking with my family this will be the last human in ordinary episode for the foreseeable future. Fortunately and something that I believe very thankful for working on this show has opened a lot of doors for me and I'm finding myself too busy to commit the energy and the time that I think this show needs. It's been really amazing and incredible. Having something started making on my smartphone finally is all over the world. Thanks for listening and for caring. The show would not have been possible without the untiring support of Lila Brooke. It's been four years of her picking up the slack with the kids and spending not to land on the couch while I sit the study with headphones on cursing editing software thanks. Human ordinary is produced in Melbourne and in Sydney by Cinnamon NEPAD my Jesper McDevitt scene and me San Lloyd. Special thanks to clear Tanti Planet Broadcasting and God's Got Wilson at artwork is by fergal quickly and theme. Music is by the contortions handbook to keep up to date with what's going on with the show hate to the website human ordinary dot com or find us on facebook and twitter. Anyway thanks for listening to this. PODCAST is part of the Planet Broadcasting Network Visit Planet Broadcasting Dot Com for more podcasts. From Great Nights. I mean if you want it's up to you.
My Journey So Far | Mansha Kaur
"<music> hub-hub originals hives welcome back hodgin in my steve visit my chalkboard on. You're listening to me on how this shot episode stead. You guys addicted. They'd better by story. I spend the bus fourteen years my night in china nigeria on moscow long story short my dad used to walk with lodge <unk> until he quit his job in two thousand and eight to follow his lifelong passion in the stock off market and that's when we moved back to india going up in these obscure amazing cities made for a wonderful uninventive food giant hood guide the wild thornberrys interesting but by the end of it i switched dense in schools and i had no idea where home what's the not flu was the hottest in me. This led to me developing. I'm unhealthy relationship with food and for about a year and a half. I was just really lost in life then on a sunny morning coming in two thousand ten. My dad knocked out in front of me. We rushed to the hospital and after a week of intensive death we found out out that he had a heart condition when hard times hit you're faced with do options i would retreat into a corner unprotected as nothing is happening. All you blame yourself up and take charge of your life. I did not go. I'm fifty. I became responsible young adult at home. We change our lifestyle in dire need. I'm wardens of health and living mindfully has ever since been said into my head. I graduated from school and went to university not where i did my become on us by stint in delhi so far had been quite the letdown a series of unfortunate events as inactivated one year into college. I knew something had to change move into. The state seemed logical at the time so i gave my g mocked and was planning on a blind too few defraud n._b._a. M._i._m. programs when the most amazing thing happened an live took a very different done. I just don twenty and a series of very happy. Coincidences led to meet talking to this amazing guy online the foss dime he ever spoke. We ended up to a king <unk> seventeen hours. Do we lead. We went on this buffet. I eat a week after that. He asked me out despite on jake. I just have to be with this guy fun. Fact the guy question is the founder of hot hoffa dot com mentioned this thing dion still own if doors plans and leaving india automatically faded the stabler of my second job. He inspired me to pick up. The fitness. Joke that i used to ron carey's core. I make it into something more substantial doing in gunship or link <unk>. I i started working <unk> fitness timeout. Now is my boss brush with entrepreneurship in the meanwhile not wanted to let <unk> who raised my dad pushed me up by the indian school of business got my todd for d get set in with fitness turmoil and i got back septimus meadow from is so i decided to entertain the thought of doing an m._b._a. I'm just then is presented with this brilliant opportunity a drier diversity program that's fine across three countries and was centered around want entrepreneurship and innovation. I came back knowing that me school wasn't for me but had been blind for fitness. Dharma instead of sitting replacements i started walking on my next baby is at an online on gobble. I interviewed debuted. Mid level found us an industry experts to bring ground level. No need to fuss them. Phone does young stops knowledge on how to make tossed. Heil raggio fos marketing gambling radioplus round et cetera these nine innings would have had me back and garbage when i was struggling with the platform was well received and eventually we had five people walking on it but a urine. I couldn't see myself doing this for the rest of my life. Also one thing led to another and i ended up widening for some greedy de-fund camping's the wedding and wanting exposed me to write different sides of the clothing industry something that and i decided to pick up after the wedding madness was all the next six months old we put on the wedding planner hat followed by two month stint of doing up our house you see the perfectionist in me wouldn't have it any other way. Eight months a staggering bombing. I'm reading every single fashion book i could leave my hands on led to the bottle at amaya a clothing brand that that focuses on gowns and dresses a gap in the wedding sash occasional wehrmacht it that i had existed when i was shopping for my wedding through tool. It's been gratifying. You're in a half working closely with some enough to have them. No extra extra-special in on that big date and finally i want to talk about the road to me starting this quite gust having been the agony on a five friends that yard you dr by family. I'm the cellphone claimed bus <unk> junkie. It only seems fitting to try and amplify. I might be my hope is not does johnny would you. It's one that has gone dot much closer to the very best us washington boston do tune in next week after would weakness not to hear from you guys and ecomax chris questions of feedback that you may have you can message me on instagram by hand with as much thought for m._e. N. s. h. e. dark gay are by you in the next episode. How far would it's no close the nikkei. Yep i got a b of nevada's launch not to be the hub hobo studio website beer just stuck at it ekman again that end end up knuckled podcast launch getting yet he no he studio. The up woody is i._v. Of nepad cut launch mickey thin dinos zahn steph smith booth now shoot chemical yet they yet just hawthorne hub hoffa simply content.
Mobile Update MDW335
"And Good Morning. Good evening good afternoon. Whatever the case may be this Mike in the mobile rig actually don't know what episode this says but it's GonNa be for the eleventh no the tents there? We Go Sunday. The tenth of November should be the tenth episode of NEPAD Pod Pomo but I missed a couple of days. There doesn't mean I'm out says thirty episodes in thirty days does not say it has to be the same podcast. So I'M GONNA call a technical here and say that You go over and checkout podcast. INSIDER DOT COM did one of are those on Thursday. So that's in the month of November and you can also check out traverse city weather dot. RTC weather dot blueberry dot net net for the traverse city weather podcasts which I put out several so far in November so anyway so now that we got the technical things out of the away Just sitting here waiting for my family. My mom dead in friend John Now usually meet on Sundays for Brunch or breakfast or whatever today were meeting at Janus Hamburg South Airport which is one of the local little breakfast lunch places around here. Kathy still recovering covering from surgery. But she usually doesn't go to this anyway by the way it's episode three thirty five and that's what we're doing here today. It a little bit of snow since I think we last talked on a Thursday or Friday Thursday maybe but anyway had a bunch of snow and most of its gone melted off slick thirty seven degrees or something like that here in traverse city. which too bad you know? It's funny. Your perspective changes you know when I time it drops below fifty in the fall. Hands this cold and Yesterday it was into the forties a little bit and Kinda felt warm. Let's go figure but but takes a little getting use to of course slow. That is what it is as they say see. I haven't used this rig awhile and actually a change it up a little bit and he got a different microphone. GonNa sennheiser eight thirty five. I think it is in held Mike. It's a new new to me anyway. Figured I'd try it I use. Is this a one time for your podcast episode. We recorded it in a B. Show in Vegas actually borrowed the microphone from what was his name. Cheese am drawn a blank here but K.. From podcast engineering school. We borrowed that from him. And Todd I did an episode using this Reagan breath so impressed with that so I bought one actually bought three two for work and one for my portable kit. Here they do plan on using this a little bit more than I have in the past but I say that and I really do but got quite a critic. Good setup here now got a whole portable studio so when I travel I can do reasonably Bley quality podcasts. In at least I think this is reasonable Chris. I'm sitting here in the van and the heaters running so not exactly the best environment. Actually recording in the car isn't such a bad thing we've done it before for But you know normally stopped with the engine off. It's generally not too bad. Depends on where you're at too. You don't WanNa be in a busy spot but in it's my story. I'm sticking to really not a lot to report today but NEPAD Pomo is ongoing. Yeah I've been enjoying some of the episodes of the other people so go check that out at a p o d P. O. M. O. Dot. Org They pod Pomo Dot O. R. G. who saw will link Mike Dell Dot Com. I'll put it prominently in each of the posts for this month. That'll that'll do good and they do have a podcast. Help desk episode coming soon. I say that every time but I really do have. I have all the outlying written and ready to rant because that's kind of what it's going to be a little bit of a rant being inside a haven't done one in a while and lots of things to rant about Cathy's doing doing good As I said she still recovering from surgery. It's getting better every day. So that'll it'll be good when she can be up and around as per normal goes in Friday see the docking should be cleared cleared to drive after that. So she wants to get out and about. She can still a little uncomfortable to sit. She had lower back surgery gene. So laying down or standing up is generally better or reclining so she may not want to drive just fine. She can ride when she can do that anyway. I took her to the dock last Monday and she actually climbed up a flight of stairs and down aflaid stairs and walked pretty darn good for her tape surgery she had. I think she's walking better than she did the before the surgery. So that's a good thing. I'm looking forward to actually getting out and taking walks with her this spring or maybe even this winter we'll go mall walking. You know. Join the yeah oldster set when you live in a place like this mall. Walking doesn't sound as silly as it does in some other places where you can actually get outside. 'cause we could get outside here. He just got a bundle up and be mindful of of ice. And that's assist the last thing. Anybody needs us to fall down ice so I try to avoid prolonged exposure to possibly passively falling on my ass sure did that. I don't know a couple years ago. Walked out of my office. This was when it was working at to print shop axis prolific four years ago. I walked out there and it had been really warm the night before and then got really cold and there was pretty much a sheet of ice in the parking lot and it looked okay couple steps and go to put the key in the door in the van and down I went and definitely cracked a couple of ribs and gosh fallen fallen in an on ice especially the older you get worse it gets and I probably introduced a little bit of interference. There set set my phone right by the recorder could hear my headphones. So if you hear a little crackly that was a that was my phone. And let's see. Almost I ended up buying a new phone yesterday for Kathie tried to do the update on her iphone. Eight and it went into stupid mode and it just kept rebooting and rebooting and rebooting. And it did that for about five hours so he drove over to verizon figuring they might know a trick rather than just looking it up on the Internet like should so an over there and they didn't know nothing but they were happily sell me a new phone. Well of course you will but I think I'M GONNA go try plan B.. So who knew I guess. Probably lots of people knew but but I never really thought about it because they've never had any trouble but you can put your phone into recovery mode by plugging it into a computer. Who the sunken? So I plugged it into my macbook and you hit this button. Hit that button and hold that button. Intel Intel logo comes up. It looks like Says the plug it into the computer and at that point the computer popped up and said hey you want to restore or do you want to just update this phones. We'll try the updates tried the update at didn't work and Soy said. Well all right we'll just restore it. Which means it sets sit back to factory specs and I wasn't sure if she had it set up for I cloud properly or not but the all right we'll give it a try? We did a restore the store and then Once it came back into in factory mode came back perfectly and so then all right. Well let's try to restore the store for my cloud and sure enough. She had a backup from the night before. And it's all back to normal in didn't have to buy a new one but you got to watch those cell phone companies they They don't really care to get involved any weird software thing so not faulting them. You know salesman salesman. Verizon is his job to cell phones not fix them so rough and we don't have an apple store probably would have got that that same information from the apple store you have an apple dealer here in town and he probably would have told me what to do to and and had. I just googled. It always complained that people don't read the manual or don't you know look for anything in end up Colin Tech support. Well guess what did the same thing so I don't feel so bad anyway. All's right with the universe and I will catch you you tomorrow for sure on Veterans Day. So thank that catch me later.
How do I change this situation?
"Hub hopper originals. Namaskar do all the hippocampus and welcome to this week's episode of Anti. Hi the north of life this is how Goyal from Ni how gold trim reading. Today's topic is very interesting. You know there are those times in our life when we feel as if we are banging ahead on a wall this one at times could also be people who we are very close with. We wanted to get close with in fact not just people this world can be a situation something that just just not budging no matter how hard we try foot example. VR EAGERLY WAITING TO GET A job. But no matter how good calibre be or how beautiful the full interview went but still. Don't get it to summit up. It is a scenario which leaves us feeling hopeless exhausted. And out of control troll. Now what do we do. That's where the problem begins. Kill Life is asking you to slow down and cherish what you do half half but a childhood training is telling us no control control control. Guess will win in the end of course life life. Why because that is the main reason by your your V have at soil level preplanned certain situations in certain soil contracts? which will happen for us to learn lessons? These lessons could be varied in nature patients. Humbleness independence learning how to enjoy what you do have and so on. So this wall now becomes a deliberate attempt. Damn Flora stoop learn. This wall will soften only and only if we have learned these lessons in some cases it might not so often. Does we have to learn how to move onto other pastures and create a life lesson being to learn incident or to the flu so my friends. There are no guarantees. That you've always get what you want that you would always in every scenario be the only not suffering because maybe what you think you want is not what you really want. It is not growing you in your future life so it's okay. Go through this pain in fact a lot of times in my consultations when people tell me that this is very painful. That is very hurtful. But I'm I'm very doubtful about that. Etcetera Etcetera. What advice to them is or do it with feel or do wit- with the doubt because sometimes that's what the Mayes as they say? There is victory beyond fear. So do it it that way there is no harm in that nothing was ever promised to you on a silver platter. No matter how much we were taught while growing up that things things are supposed to come easy. You're supposed to control everything if something is not winged ride see what are your other options etc etc.. At times. You just have to be flexible and look at other options. This next thing men such a situation comes. May you feel that. You're you're banging your head on the wall movie and observe what's the learning the letting it be for the time being work. Can you stop looking at the wall and instead put your energy somewhere else which could be more fruitful. Because at the end of the day you are here for the purpose and that is not to be exhausted. That purpose is to grew with ease. But that east comes only with observation. East gums only when you have that level of flexibility and majority do. I want that guy. I want this good. I want this job. These are all desires with a never ending. Dress me because I am in that Kinda work. I know that you might want to get married to a particular person and it might be successful also but a lot of these people. They are not forever happy then they have married the person then some other desire Arcos men that Desire Fulford something either so therefore it is very very important. The only thing which should be constant is great it is change. And that's the message that I wanted to give to you all today. I am still looking forward to suggestions on the topic that I should be picking up with you next week until then have a beautiful week ahead rather have Hoffa. There's no close the Nikkei. Yeah Gosh you've got Avi of Nevada's launch CANNATA. Though hob Hobo Studio website marriages stuck at Aikman again that ended up knuckled with got bought gas launch getting studio thereby up Vegan Kabibi of NEPAD launch. Anneke thin dinos on step Smith the thought of NEPAD Gesu just halt on how Hoffa simply content.
When the Piggy Bank is Empty Episode 57
"You are listening to words of Jenn. where I read to you one piece of my writing. In each and every episode. This is Jen and you are listening to words of Jenn. This is episode number fifty seven and I'm recording this early in the morning on November first twenty twenty this episode is part of NEPAD Pomo twenty twenty. And this episode, I'm going to share with you a piece of writing that I just wrote right before recording this it's titled when the Piggy Bank. Is. Empty. The year twenty twenty has weighed heavily upon us all. And there are still two months to go before it ends. I'm writing this blog post a few days before the US presidential election. My concern is that things are going to get dangerously ugly. No matter who wins. Like many of you, I'm tired. There are plenty of reasons to feel this way we are bombarded with hourly news on social media about the COVID nineteen pandemic. We worry about the health of our friends and loved ones. It seems like everyone knows someone who has gotten sick from the virus. There is constant background noise in my mind as I worry about catching it too. For me this is more than simple paranoia. My immune system is weak. And I'm sick more often than most people. The Best I can do the best. Any of us can do is wear a mask when leaving home and staying home as much as possible. We. Deserve better. Than this. This election news cycle started early and never stopped. We've been bombarded with news about the primaries, the special elections, the elections that determine who wins the Senate or House seat, and now the presidential election. Despite my best efforts, I cannot keep up with all. These soon Nami of news and noise and misinformation is exhausting. It drains my energy even if I break it into tiny pieces. Humans aren't meant to sift through a mountain of bad news for months on end. Emotionally. I've reached the point where the Piggy Bank. Is Empty. The well has run dry. I've no more fucks to give and have completely run out of spoons. Twenty twenty is the year that feels as though it stretched into a decade. The outcome of this presidential election determines our future. My hope is that our collective nightmare will come to an end soon. And that brings us to the end of this episode title when the Piggy Bank is empty. If. You enjoyed episode you can find more on episodes words. On John John.
How can I be in gratitude?
"Hub hopper originals Namaskar. Do All hoppers and welcome to anti the north off life. This is mainly how goyal from Google Trim reading with this week's topic gratitude find the silver lining everything everything. How many times have we heard this? But how do that when men has hit rock bottom feels deceived lust Andrew. I want to tell you one secret about suffering. It's a choice of course us as I did. At one point you do are thinking what bullshit but hear me out. There is this soil insight us with on a mission here this ultimate goal is to go back and merge with source energy which is where it came from but during its various lifetimes it has created entanglements. That could be good or they could be not so good people call them. God must you must have heard of it so after the image at Boston. Gun Nation of this soil. It took you can inventory of itself as it does after every reincarnation it like a report card just that in this case the audit wanted is being done by the self or the soil itself. Now it takes an inventory of what did I learn. What did I do? Oh good what am I yet to learn. Basis this it chooses or jesters it's next existence. which in this Taif is you so now you see all good bad ugly which is happening with you is your choice? It is is your soul choice. Now comes the point of gratitude so if someone gives you a gift do you not. I'd say thank you. The biggest sole gift is these lessons are learned through suffering such that the soil learns it and get one step noda to the source energy energy reaches its ultimate gift now that my friends is the silver lining autism. This concept is also called harmony from Chiapas. Now Indians have been brought up on various metrological stories. The more time we spent understanding these stories the more advanced we get in life now. Let's look at Golly. Golly is the key. Arctic form of poverty by WHO's Gone Saudis Schiff. Golly was manifested to fight demons. Why says that harmony could prevail? You see the concept of Hominy from Goss- this is what sufferings at Deja Phyllis. They make us question everything it begins with why me and should ideally Italy ended. Who Am I know? Once you start exploring yourself existence starts unfolding for you asked that question and to get the right answer. That's what my group told me once and that is what I del. Everybody who I've worked with another aspect of gratitude. You'd say someone is constantly shouting at you but you keep replying back with. Thank you vill that person's angle. ANGO NOT FIZZLED OUT I. This person will feel offended as if you're making a fool out of him you're making fun of him but later or at some point point this person will have nothing to shout about. Basically you have taken this person's philosophy now. How cool is that so do remember Kimber? At some point you choose the suffering steam Grad to do it for the opportunity of negating negative Karma and move ahead not just in life but in existence. I hope I trust the message of this. Episode is very clear if you have any questions or if you want to connect with me to anti the north of your life you can message me. What's at me on my number? Nine eight seven one nine. Four eight zero one four. Connect with me on my facebook. Page knee hogwill SCHRIMM. Reading have a beautiful week ahead. Ed Do get back to me with suggestions. This is me signing off. That did not help but notice the Nikkei Yep I should I got a B of Nevada's launch happy full hop Hobo Studio website. Bridges stuck at it again that ended up knuckled covered launch. Getting yet get he. No he studio the woody as IV he up of NEPAD cut launch gimmicky sympathy. Nas
Those Assumptions which do not serve us?
"Originals he may heart this Krishna and I'm. I'm back with a question so now I am slowly realizing prior to any situation that I have to deal with. I only I'm assuming how the situation would play. Lee Out or how it will result into for example. I'm looking for a rented flat which would be trust to work. Place close to the grocery store would be a good locality exceptional. I am already assuming this is going to be a devious dusk. Ask for me when as you saw I also know what I really want. I really want to good flat which isn't is in good quality locality closer to grocery store closer to what my closer to my workplace now. How do I deal with such a situation when and I'm only assuming we have created a block. I'm only assuming that it's not it's going to be difficult. How do I need with such a situation. Thank you KRISTA for once again asking an amazing question here. The question really is how to deal with negative as options specifically for the example that you are talking about in all likeliness has its roots in that diamorphine childhood. They you know I stole that. Life is a struggle and you have to advocate for getting anything that you desire. Do you remember that time in fact a lot of us have been told soon and that is because we have this genetic combination in US which due to at ancestry of the the times when we were staying in of Predators vivere on a regular fight and flight mood and just basic survival with stuff so not to blame anyone but to look at the core of where exactly is it coming from is very important while they're growing up before belief with batons which are mostly based on our environment and what we see and what we show that's because we don't have an experience related to a particular matter yet so we believe in what is now suffering in any Matto is a choice the minute Anat Adult Life v start making choices Jason based on keeping our governor in the middle we even start giving the signal to breen of having a unique identity which is not based on what we would bought in childhood so stop it smaller and mood genetic tints stud distracting yourself specifically when negative is options are coming into picture now. What could the these distractions be starting your cupboard start doing something which is entirely different from the topic in Maqta. Don't it is also important to set healthy boundaries to start saying no to things that you do not want to say yes for now. Next thing is look at simple things in life there you have the ability of making simply life choices and which you can do and know that you are doing it and you have the power to do it such as arranging the the furniture of your house dinging the route to go to the office finding the native ways of cooking a particular dish so generally no that these only assumptions and to know that it is only as option eases out the Energia idea down the seriousness about it and lastly note that in any given point the all have multiple the choices and multiple options. We are living in a universe which is based on infinite possibilities and they'll dying do start. They just telling yourself that I live in limitless world. That's where you would start seeing that your eighty and has started to change possibilities around you has started to change and whenever there is a negative assumption which comes to mine name immediately say stop as soon as it happens to stop and then go back to the point which is distracting yourself. I am sure that this will help you and everybody else who's listening to it now. Thank you so much for asking such. An important question is to help would. It's no closer Nikkei Yep. I got Avi of Nevada's launch oppy. They'll hop hobos studio website beer just stuck at it. Ekman it again that it ended up knuckled podcast launch getting yet he no he studio the up. Woody Avi he of NEPAD cut launch Mickey Thin Dean off Aw Steph Smith both sodomy of podcast shoot there yet just hop on hop simply content.
"Mike Dell's moral number three three four for November seventh twenty nineteen in its snowmageddon anyway. Yeah everybody's worried about the snow. We've got a lake effect snow warning or whatever whatever it says under the call. Winter weather advisory here for tonight and says lake effect. Snow showers will become uh-huh better organized and persist through Friday morning. New Snow accumulations of four to eight inches are expected to mate with locally higher amounts and it says where Leila Antrim Grand Cherokee Cal casca counties it's a pretty big area and win until a five am eastern time tomorrow anyway. Impacts heavy lake effect snow showers will be producing periods of very low visibility and slick road conditions. The hazardous conditions will impact the the evening commute tonight as well as the Friday morning commute route. We'll see as of right now. We got a little bit of snow a kind of a later in the day. Usually I don't Do I try had to do these early in the morning so didn't quite get to it Today early anyway. So that's why it's later and of course it's national podcast headcount posting month NEPAD Pomo and this is day seven and Keep it up. I'm keeping up anyway. Also did a a PODCAST INSIDER DOT COM episode today. So Co check that out maybe a little bit later Our editor is is editing. The show notes and once. She's done that she'll actually published the thing so you might get this one. I but talked about a bunch of podcasting odd casting related stuff and had a good interview with a guy from nerd on the podcast so should be pretty cool and then I did an interview with a another podcasters released to earn about three weeks She's just going to be doing her hundredth episode. So that'll be interesting that also beyond podcast insider and at some point in the next couple of days among do a podcast help desk. I have a whole list of rants and ravings that I want to talk about so in the podcast rope. But that's That's my world. I work in podcasting. This is Mike Dell's world so I talk about what's going on in my world anyway. Snowmageddon here in traverse city. Otherwise is everybody else should be doing. Fine I don't know Kathy's doing well with her recovery from back surgery slowly but surely it's only a couple of weeks out and she's got another Two and a half to three months of recovery. But every dave gets a little bit better and we're having a little bit a little bit too much togetherness if you know what I mean. You've not used to her. Be At home and I worked from home. So that's been a little bit of challenge not terrible of course and we get along just fine so now an issue other than that. I think we're GONNA call this a quickie podcast. Everybody have a good food day in tomorrow. Actually have a subject. That'd be novel catch me later.
Moving Websites NaPodPoMo2019 MDW331
"Dell's world number. Three three wore one is the world out. There is driving you crazy. Well listen to something just a little bit less crazy this. This is Mike Dell's world and thanks again mark. So yeah it's Episode Four of NEPAD Pomo national podcast posting sting Montier and Mike Dell's world and I think it's episode three three one. If you notice the artwork I used on the blog posts yesterday was a A three thirty Airbus US figured I'd try to match the number to something. I don't know what I'm GonNa find for three three one but we'll figure it out spent The the evening here fiddle farting around with wordpress. Moving moving wordpress from one server to another due to go go daddy deprecating the server. I've been on for thirteen years. They finally said well by the end of the year. You need to move to a new modern C. Panel based based server. So that's okay I'll do that and Yeah it's it's it's not as easy as just moving files and re pointing domains remains linked databases and all that but since I'm moving within go daddy. The DNS update is negligible only broke. One one website. I have about six of them. I moving actually have a lot more but I'm going to abandon some of them but the sex that I'm keeping Did five of them. I have not done the main Mike. Dell DOT COM one yet. Because that's this one and I'm going to be a little more careful about that one since we're doing the POMO national podcast posting month and this is where my main podcast or at least my mic. Dole's world podcast is living so yeah got to kind of make that so you guys don't know anything happened. Probably tell you so. It's been better adventure. I'm learning a lot. No pretty good at moving wordpress sites after say I I only broke two of them and now one of them's still broken but it's going to stay broke Until go daddy's advanced support team configure. How why it's broke but The the other one. I figured out how to fix it and fix it. What it was was a plug in so the website that I do you for a ham radio group that I belong to and it was an old plug in for a hit counter? You're of course hit. Counters went out decades ago and put it this way. I'm fifty three years old and I think I'm one of the youngest if not the youngest of the group so that'll tell you something about the age of that group. It's the international international order of crazies. I Okay Dot Org. And so anyway they don't have counter anymore and I guess they're not going to have of one but I did get that figured out and got that do that. plug in deleted. And it's all running like it should and moved another ham radio group site that I had and also did a couple of other things couple of other websites. My my mother has one for her class. high school class. And Oh my and has a lot of pictures on it but I got that one moved over and got. My Dad's website moved over. He's got one for his repeater for his ham. Radio repeater lot of HAM. Radio related stuff. I Guess Kat that moved over and the one that's still broken. Okun is my underwater. Basket weaving dot net site. That uses a demo site for Sean people how to podcasts of in that that one I start from scratch all the time anyway. So no big deal that one gets lost in the fray out. Just it'll get there eventually and in time for for my next demo. I'm sure so. Not that worried about that. One and then Mike Dell DOT COM is GonNa move and then I've got a bunch of other domains that I point to various spots on Mike Dell Dot com and other spots in the the rest to my websites from my podcast hosted over blueberry a power press sites so podcast help desk fast food history mystery traversecity weather. They're all blueberry power press sites so I don't have to mess with those just to to call tech support. Well I call Dev support different Different thing internal so get to bug the the people in Columbus. If something goes wrong with those I don't have to worry about it but it's good to learn so I'm learning and the next next big thing is SSL search for everything. I got to figure out how and how to buy balk. SSL cert- so anybody. I know how to do that. Let me know because with this new server that I'm on I'm able to sign. SSL search to each of the domains anes instead of the old server. I can only do it on the main domain which caused all the other ones to give you security warning so I had do some fiddling around with the ht access files to make that not happen did learn how to do that. But anyway not as happy with go daddy as I once was but yeah you know. They're okay no worse than any of the other ones I guess but Yeah not moving again so I'll stick with them. It's all good definitely going to figure out a a different solution for SSL search. I don't really WANNA pay seventy dollars a year for a bunch of them and actually you know the most of the sites don't require them but but pretty soon it's going to get to the point where Google and Fire Fox and the other browsers are gonNA put up a warning if it is an https hopefully we can figure out and before you tell me about Let's encrypt yes. I know all about let's encrypt and that's what I'll probably do on some of the sub sites of promises trauma is. You've got to renew the stupid thing. Every I think every ninety days and Might not be too bad but it's it it. It is an involved process though. I don't really want to have to do that if I don't have to Did buy one for Mike. Dell Dot dot com and that one will transfer over. That's a go daddy cert- but trying to find another place to get cert- s- you don't have to be free but cheap in the they don't run out. You know right away. That would be great. So we'll see can't imagine Paying like I said I think it's seventy dollars a year for a go. Daddy cert- Silver Blueberry. You could assert for free. If you're on par sites I just with Mike Dell Dot Com. I WANNA leave that one off site because I do a lot of experimenting and you know part press sites as good as it is is is limited and you know it's great for podcasters but not so great for just tinkering around with stuff. So so that's why I want to have it a little. Have it off site and same thing with the demo site. Everybody thinks if I did it on power press sites they would think that you have to have power press sites to use blueberry hosting in power press. You don't it can be on pretty much any wordpress site so I'm proving that by saying well this one's at go daddy in particular also got a safe ground site say grounds okay I think I'm GonNa let that one drop. I'm kind of streamlining my life but we'll we'll talk about that later on in the month since This is is the month where I post thirty episodes in thirty days. Actually I'M GONNA end up posted about sixty five episodes and thirty days. Not all on this feat obviously probably put out at least a couple of podcasts. Help desks I do plan on at least doing one fast food history. I've been researching Arby's if you have any stories or pictures about Arby's shoot a my way Mike at Mike Dell Dot com or actually. Mg Del At gmail.com I'm a little worried about my email address Going down temporarily during all this move. But we'll see I successfully successfully got the I O K dot org of email mapped over with the amax records so should be okay but you never know so want to hedge my bat so MG DEL AT G mail dot com is my actual real email address with no forwarding orbiting or no nothing dependent on the domain but if you have any recollections about Arby's or any picture old pictures of Arby's or anything history related about Arby's that you WanNa share let me know and also be putting out at least four podcast cast insiders think it's four this month. Yeah it's four this month and of course I'm putting out a traverse city weather six days the week. So let's Lots of episode so. I figured it'd be sixty something and I don't know why this talking King Tube Lady here chimed up. I didn't say her name anyway. Everybody have a good night. Good Day. Good