20 Episode results for "Ninety Seconds"

Ninja Draws Massive Viewers with Non-Exclusive YouTube Stream

The Esports Minute

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Ninja Draws Massive Viewers with Non-Exclusive YouTube Stream

"Ninja affect everyone out with a youtube stream today. I'm at dreams and the sports minute presented by US sports network after shutdown, Ninja once again became a free agent in the streaming. Although we saw a downturn in viewers mixer injured stole undoubtedly one of the top channels out there, he proved that today. His Youtube Stream topped out at one hundred sixty seven thousand viewers, a combination of hype for the new Stream anticipation that he had signed an exclusive deal with youtube shot those numbers up, but according to slasher industry today was just a one off likely testing the waters. He is not signed an exclusive deal with Youtube at this time. For a lot of reasons, Ninja moving to youtube makes the most sense to start. He's got more subscribers on. Youtube and he has followers on twitch twenty, two million on Youtube with fourteen million on twitch, compared to starting at channel, basically from scratch on mixer. Those Bilton subscribers create a much larger baseline for viewers in addition Ninjas departure of twitch wasn't exactly amicable. Afternoon show left twitch started. Started advertising other streamers on Ninjas now vacated channel according to a Video Ninja Post. His channel was the only one started promoting other streamers. That's bad in itself, but it came to a head when one of the recommended channels showed porn, considering Ninjas focus on maintaining a family friendly brand at least over the last few years, those a major issue for Danja and not one that's easily forgotten. As it stands right now ninjas likely enjoying life as a free agent. Still Youtube seems like the most likely suitor, and makes the most sense for the now undecided streamer. That's all for the sports minute as always I'll be back tomorrow with the biggest story today in just ninety seconds.

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CDL Champs Moves Online - Some Players Aren't Happy

The Esports Minute

02:26 min | 3 months ago

CDL Champs Moves Online - Some Players Aren't Happy

"The call of duty playoffs are moving online, and some players aren't happy about it. Amid Dreams and the sports minute presented by the network as sports start back up some eastwards, fans are hoping that would mean the return of lands, but as we're seeing many positive cova tests in the sports world, starting back up comes with plenty of risks for sports with a go do backup plan of playing matches online. The risks that come with holding an in person event were too great for activision blizzard. Players and some prominent figures were not happy about it slasher one of CDL's true veterans and a former world champion tweeted quote, the safety of everyone involved as obviously the priority, but having it online is straight up unacceptable. It is not an alternative, because no matter what they do, it will not be a fair competition absolute joke, the biggest event cod history history's being played in our bedrooms and quote. Ultimately Safety, it's impossible to guarantee with a land of competitive people, especially veterans likely nearing the ends of their careers. Having chance played. Online is a tough pill to swallow. In addition, the CDL's gone through a bunch of changes coming into this year including the name and the price will for this event has increased as well on the flip side of the argument. ADEMA PACELLE has done more for competitive call of duty than almost any other human out there he respond to slasher and said quote. It's the right decision. I know it sucks, but everything about the current global situation is terrible. Slash responded. They went back. Back and forth a little bit. They've known each other for a long time. There's no bad blood there just a disagreement here. It's a tough spot to be in emotions. Running High Adam will no longer with activision runs an east sports event company been part of the production for champs so he's not insulated from the decision to hold it online. He's missing out on a lot of money if his company was hired to do that, vet. Stands this is the correct decision. In my opinion, all playing online is not ideal. What if some players land got infected by? That's a realistic possibility. As we see in sports and will create a much bigger competitive balance issue than High Ping does. It's tough to be patient with everything going on, but as cases skyrocket, it's really our only option to prevent more deaths. That's all for this sports minute. If you WANNA call of Duty Pros Perspective on champs I'd Seattle surges enable on the podcast a few months ago, and he talks about playing online changes to structure and the new CDL. You can find podcast using the links, blows, episode or searching for the East. Sports Network podcast wherever you like to listen. As always I'll be back tomorrow with the biggest eastward story of the day in just ninety seconds.

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SpaceX In Flight Abort Test SUCCESSFUL

SPACE NEWS POD

06:57 min | 9 months ago

SpaceX In Flight Abort Test SUCCESSFUL

"Everybody welcome back to the Space News Pod podcast about everything space science and tech. I'm your host. I Will Walden before we get into this episode about SPACEX his inflight abort test which went. phenomenally well I wanNa let you guys has no about a way that you can help support. The show is a Lincoln. The description for Amazon I shop on Amazon. A lot of other people do and if you shop at Amazon on with this link the show gets a little bit of a kickback. It helps me keep doing these. Things is a huge reason to You know to keep doing this. It helps pay the bills basically so if you are so inclined please use affiliate link and help out the show helped myself out gotta Pay Rent. got a pay some bills. So thank you for all of that support. Now let's get into the show about spacex the Falcon nine the crew Dragon Dragon and this inflate abort test the just happened. It was amazing. We hosted it Hosted live show so on our youtube channel YouTube dot com slash space news pod. And when I say hours I mean mine in yours. Everyone's together so There's another launch coming coming up actually Tomorrow Tuesday the twenty-first at about noon. So I'M GONNA be there at about eleven youtube dot com slash space news pod. It's a starling species. Starlink `blanche succumb hang out. Check it out and this inflatable test with phenomenally. Well at about ninety seconds into the launch everything was going absolutely perfect. Ninety seconds crew dragon separated from Falcon. Nine ejected everything. Everything looked awesome and we were told beforehand that there was going to be some sort of Rapid unscheduled disassembly of the Falcon nine. And what that means is it probably break apart and you know some some stuff might happen to it in a look pretty cool but what we got out of the show. uh-huh and you can check out. SPACEX is channel for this but when we got on the show was explosive the rocket wet wet Babu. Huge huge fireball. Looked impressive was awesome but the most important part is that the crew capsule the crew dragon. That would be holding astronauts in their dummies in the capsule and they came out of this unscathed so the capsule kept going up kept going up in the trajectory and and eventually slowly glided back down to earth on four gigantic parachutes into the ocean. Recovery team went out there. Water was a little bit choppy but it was all good and we were worried about the weather up until the launch. They actually had to postpone it one day because the weather was this kind of choppy in the ocean but the land weather was fine. The launch weather was fine. But it was just the recovery team was gonNA have a hard time Getting out to the capsule after it did its thing so what actually happened was pretty impressive. Everything went really well. The commission went off without a hitch. Now what does this mean for SPACEX. And what does this mean for NASA will. It means that SPACEX will be Shipping Ping Felker nine and the crew capsule the crew dragon to launch for human rated flight to the ISS Elon. Musk has stated that everything will be there in February and ready to go. They just have to go through the steps in order to actually get those people into that capsule in for the first time since the space shuttle launch. American astronauts from American soil on in American Rocket Aka. What Jim Breitenstein would say about this. And that's also I can't. I can't wait and I do plan on going to that launch. I really really want to go that launch. It's GonNa be a tough one though because in about a week I've a lot of moving costs a moving out of this place into a new place. And so I'm I'm figuring out a way to get down there so I can live stream it and do a live video. CAST from From Florida from the launch on my youtube channel. So if I can make that possible I mean I have a patriotic so if you want to check that out there's a linked to that and the description as well as long as well as the Amazon Link so either one of those really helps with those kind of things. It's a childhood dream of mine to go see a rocket launch. I've never seen seen it so I think this'll be a really important one to watch in also a really a really important one to document for everybody out there. That can't be their biggest. Because I am that person the person that absolutely loves these kind of things like rocket launches logic people into space is a huge deal and I would love to be a part of that in some minute form of taking pictures talking about letting everyone know how it feels to be there so if I can pull that off. That'd be absolutely amazing so I guess check out the Patriot. Check out that the Amazon link below YouTube YouTube dot com slash base newspaper. Really help but that all being said that's going to be happening late February or March. So let's cross our fingers that it actually comes to fruition. Because that was this was the last test for SPACEX so they have a rocket they have a crew capsule. They have everything in place to send people back to the International Space Station. Now they just have to wait for regulatory stuff red tape they have to cut through red tape uh-huh and get people back to the space station from their. Boeing has their star liner which will launch people to the I ask as well and we'll be covering that as well. I have a couple homeys that are That helping out now sort of behind the scenes kinda stuff helping out with data and and You know like new sources and things like that. So I'll let you know if I know anything about that. And as soon as I know anything about launching them to the ISS Latino so thanks everybody for all of the support of the podcast. You are absolutely amazing. Thank you subscribing. And until next time my name is Willa Walden and this has been the space news pod. I'll see you soon.

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Complexity, We Are Nations to Create Esports Performance Apparel in "The Lab"

The Esports Minute

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Complexity, We Are Nations to Create Esports Performance Apparel in "The Lab"

"Complexity and we are. Nations are creating the lab amid dreams of these sports minute presented by East sports network. The lab is a new facility. Great East sports performance apparel. You say eastport performance apparel. That can't really be a thing well. There was a time when people thought footwear was at peak performance to then Bill Barham and stamped rubber and a waffle iron, and changed the running world with the first Nike Shoe. And no eastwards, physical sports, so gamer shoes aren't pounding the pavement for miles. That doesn't mean we don't have room to improve. There's been very little testing Dada. Performance Aspects of eastwards, clothing, and a lack of research usually means potential improvements. The lab promises to be the most in-depth testing done yet as part of complexities game performance center next to the Dallas Cowboys Stadium. The lobby gamers measured prototypes, created and stress, testing and land environments. Collected is focused in on eastwards, health and fitness Jason Lake complexity. CEO Calls East Sports Three Point Oh. He talked about the phenomenon extensively on the east. That podcast linked below. The lab is the next step in the golden crease. These sports players health their partners. We are nations or one of the longest running eastwards apparel companies as major athletic apparel companies like Puma, Nike and Adidas Start. Looking eastwards more we. Our nations has been in the space for years. They've gotten initial leg up in. The lab will give them an environment. They need to potentially create game changing apparel. That's for this sports minute for more sports content. Check out that podcast with Lake, or if you've heard that one already, which was published a few weeks ago, I just released new episode, looking at the rise of eastwards bedding during the pandemic game co-ceo blink boy as show to talk about how his company is putting video games casinos, and why betting leaders have a change of heart on east sports you can find those shows by searching for the sports that were podcast or using the links below this minute as always. I'll be back tomorrow with the biggest sports story of the day in just ninety seconds.

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LoL Words Hasn't Been Cancelled (At Least Not Yet)

The Esports Minute

02:15 min | 3 months ago

LoL Words Hasn't Been Cancelled (At Least Not Yet)

"Leave legends, world seemed to be cancelled, and then suddenly it wasn't I'm dreams, and so the sports minute presented by East Sports Network, China announced that they cancelled all international sporting events through twenty twenty, at first, that seemed likely to include the of legends. World's scheduled to be held in Shanghai this fall, but according to ESPN that decision will not affect leave legends. The plants implement a bubble system where all teams and some select media operation staff enter a closed ecosystem. At that point, no one's allowed in or out until the competition finished. It's a similar system to the one being used by the NBA to get it. Season finished as with anything this pandemic. There's no precedent or guaranteed. This type of format will actually work. The original plans for world, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year to be held across six cities this fall, according to ESPN new plans to implement the bubble this year and then run with the city tournament in two. Thousand Twenty, one So. What does this mean for the tournament? It's quite complicated and no one really knows. The viruses have various levels of contaminant across the world with the US having the most cases right now. Many countries have put a temporary ban on US travelers until we get things better under control. China at one point ravaged by the disease is down to reporting single digit new cases. Every day now eastport sites don't even count Chinese viewership for events because we have no independent corroboration so I'm certainly not taking those numbers as perfect fact, but it is clear. That China has a better handle on the disease than we do here. In Europe, many countries are also reporting very few new cases after massive spikes in April. A lock can change a few months, but there is a realistic possibility that LCS teams will not be able to compete in world this year if something doesn't change soon across the states. In addition, the bubble format is not fleshed out, either it's only goes wrong with the NBA's attempt begins on July thirtieth there's a possibility we see. World canceled outright. That still hasn't been ruled out yet. That's the sports minute. If you'd like to be a sponsor of the East sportsmen and our longer eastwards network podcast, please reach out to our CEO using the links to the description of this episode as always be back tomorrow with the biggest eastward story today in just ninety seconds.

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How To Overcome These 6 Habits That Are Hurting Your Career

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

04:42 min | 3 months ago

How To Overcome These 6 Habits That Are Hurting Your Career

"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk show host Ken Coleman. It's Monday July six. Six habits that will hurt your career oh boy. I love research that is practically based so Harvard Business Review, Carey. Did an article. Last month and this is fantastic, and this is based on research. Six specific habits from research that you need to beware of that can hurt your career. In this Article Tomas Chamorro. I hope I said that right. They identify in the study that there are dysfunctional, interpersonal and self regulatory patterns, and they focused on the dark side of our personality traits that can make workers and leaders less effective so here they are number one. Conflict Avoidance. This isn't just about avoiding difficult discussions, although that is a big deal at its core, conflict, avoidance uses escape or intimidation. To mask insecurities and avoid having our fears, uncertainties or mistakes exposed, and I've talked about this before. Conflict Avoidance, and I love that they call this out. It's not just the actual real conflict. We're talking about here. We're talking about just have a conversation that might be uncovered. There's no conflict in it, but it just might be uncomfortable because you've got to share with somebody how you're feeling, and it's not that they're on the defensive. They've done anything wrong. Just even taking a problem to a leader who's not even. Involved other than they are. The leader can help you solve it. The idea of the uncomfortable conversation is also conflict avoidance. Number two pulse of nece this includes unpredictable emotional responses, such as anger and frustration or going after a new shiny ideas without vetting it, so this is the idea of. When I have an impulse whether it is something like I'm afraid or I'm insulted. That's that fighter flight lizard brain that we talk about a lot on the show, and that's how we're wired. If we feel threatened in any way, our brain takes over and we know that after ninety seconds that chemical wears off so the idea of avoiding impulsiveness. It'd be really really careful to sit and chill out for at least ninety seconds before you do anything. And certainly entrepreneurs people are self employed. You see these big opportunity big idea and it feels really good. You better check it out. Have some people in your life that you can bounce stuff off of art number three blame shifting. This is straightforward, but he gets this. This affects so many people they won't take ownership of whatever's happened, and you start shifting the blame, and that is the quickest way to isolate yourself at an office and to get yourself. Put on the outs. Blame. Shifter's never get promoted. I'm just going to tell you that. Unless. They're really good at it to the point that they've duped the leader. That is possible. I could hear the cynics out there going well. I work with this blame shifting and this guy this Gal. They never get in trouble. They always get up the ladder well. Okay. I get it, but they will get caught. Trust me in the in. For insisting on control, this is control freaks. You're trying to avoid. But everybody else perceives you as rigid micromanaging, and they will run away from you. They will flee from you. Five perfectionism everybody wants to do their best, but people who are so worried about being perfect will miss deadlines and opportunities. So. That's going to keep you right here. It's your own live here where you're so worried about being perfect that you don't take any opportunity. You don't take any advancing steps and then six power hungry now this is a step up from the controlling person. This is you control all the resources in the relationship the office because you have no empathy and all you can see as your own goals, and you don't see how anybody else comes into play, and you run people over I. Mean it's. It's really the bulldozer mentality. And you don't WanNa be those things. Those six habits can really hurt you I. Share those with you because I want you to take assessment of that today. Am I exhibiting any of those six habits that are self destructive in the sense of holding me back from the career that. If you like what you're hearing. Make sure to subscribe and share work matters with a friend for help on your career. Journey listened to the Ken Coleman Show podcast part of the Ramsey network.

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No. 1 Direct Marketing Strategy #584

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:57 min | 1 year ago

No. 1 Direct Marketing Strategy #584

"Today in today's noisy world what's the best direct marketing strategy so once upon a time direct marketing really meant putting pressure sean letterbox then emails came along and email marketing was all the rage end quite effective these days however out inboxes assorted clouded email marketing doesn't work like it used to open rights on any miles now on email newsletters direct marketing campaigns twenty percent thirty percent is really considered good so obviously there's a lot of people getting mixed in the world of social of course were all thinking about facebook and instagram as which many experts will tell you is still a really smart by if you know how to properly but again it's a noisy world but hair is a direct marketing strategy that really doesn't get used a law interestingly enough it's an oldie but goodie sms text marketing because the reality is when you get an sms on you're fine you know only answer or at least you open it and so open rights on sms marketing are up to ninety eight percent at times they say that it takes people ninety seconds jerk respond to i innocent miss marketing campaign where it's gonna take them an hour and a half to respond to i and email marketing campaign and so i think if you just gotta get more open rights on it then logically it would be a place be placed the get noticed now it's not gonna necessarily have the same level of content the joe email marketing mine but if you go short shop direct kota action kind of stuff office and promotions and deals which of course many of you listening will actually be interested in the short term deals then sms marketing is a great way to get into people's pockets and ultimately out of their pockets and in front of their on and that's what direct marketing is really all about and i think also these days people if they trust juicy ultimate form of permission marketing if you live like seth godin used to say and does say getting people's permission to mock it to them if someone's giving you the mobile phone number they giving you permission to give them useful information done abused it don't waste it but if you use it properly direct marketing virus can be a really powerful thing so think about whether that's gonna work in terms of your marketing strategy and if anyone's trying sms marketing their directly with people who they've got permission

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Thought Shot: Elevator Pitch

Dexter Guff is Smarter Than You (And You Can Be Too)

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Thought Shot: Elevator Pitch

"Hey everybody dexter go here and welcome to your friday thought shot of this is an opportunity on the show where we go into our archives and revisit for you a one of my proprietary releases today i am sharing with you my tips and tricks on the elevator pitch so very important so why don't you sit back and enjoy this thought shot on elevator pitches elevator pitch we all know what an elevator pitches and if we don't do we better pick up are here's because it's one of the most powerful tools any entrepreneur to news so what is elevator pitch and if you don't know you run in elevator you're what you're boss or your mentor or someone you wanna work with it could be me and you wanna summarize an idea that you have in about ninety seconds what happens if you work somewhere where there are not elevators i mean it's a modern economy some offices they don't have elevators they've got a slide or maybe fire pull a few years back i had a meeting at a high tech firm in norway got into de lobby and there was just a a large glass cylindrical a tower of balls it was like a up a ball pits silo of my meetings on the third floor i you know entered this ballpit silo and just began a rig lincoln riding my way up that silo of balls took me about an hour late for the meeting a at a hell of a lot of fun very cool a great core workout to recoup kept doing floors above silo cam wrecks in norway i love your ball silo break will take on an elevator regardless if there isn't an elevator where you work then you need to recognize the places in your life that are metaphorical elevators personal story it's an app idea i've had a few months back having pulled the trigger on it yet but what i do it'll be big will great idea i have an idea for eight pet sharing app that lets pitcher at pet sharing app is that perfect opportunity for somebody that doesn't have a pet for eight monthly fee they are part of this app and they can at random jews to have a pet for an afternoon maybe somebody who's a parakeet someone's akali someone's lasso apso end for a pet owner four feet you could also be on this out maybe wanna break free of frisky beagle for like a week get only up share that dog is called our hound and it's great idea that's my ninety second pitch but you know then i got a sixty second you know i've got a fifteen second and it might blow your mind you know i've also got something called a seven second haiku pitch which is just a handful of very potent words very quickly the communicate that idea of our hand well it's a good thing i had that my back pocket because a few weeks back i wasn't wilshire boulevard when who do i see at a red light cesar milan driving yukon a couple of very rambunctious dog in the back bouncing around seemed like a nightmare me but i said to myself this is the perfect person to partner with us on our hound looked at the light read but i could see four traffic going the other way they were already on and amber i only had seven seconds of time caesar look over my window start yelling caesar caesar out our down he rolls down the window it kind of looks like shocked like who is this may be recognized me i couldn't tell all happened very quickly but i seize the moment and i blasted him with this hour around pet sharing online sharing economy capitalized had curious individuals monthly subscription money at dax goff light turned green you know i drop drop the hammer oh yeah i laid a patch patch that intersection there again thing on twitter now is there still a chance i will a yeah takes time to unpack all that haiku but i tell you this much i'm just glad i had that haiku version in my back pocket and that's what you need to be ready for whatever metaphorical elevator presented itself in your life and that is today start release

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100T Takes on Activision over Warzone Charity event

The Esports Minute

01:50 min | 4 months ago

100T Takes on Activision over Warzone Charity event

"Hundred thieves is going head to head with activision. Blizzard I'm Madrid since the sports minute presented by sports network. This is an evolving story as a record this minute around noon on Wednesday. Here's the gist. One hundred thieves one run a charity tournament in warzone to support black lives matter activated, said yes, but sponsors aren't allowed in third party tournaments. One hundred thieves announced the tournament with both cash up and jbl sponsors in. In response, activision wizard told the organization they cannot hold the tournament due to the sponsorship aspect today, one hundred thieves announced that activision blizzard pulled their support for the tournament, and naturally the public outcry was harsh, but according to slasher one hundred thieves announced a tournament without activision support so that they could get the public on their side in the first place. A CDL owner apparently said quote. It's a shakedown and quote. This puts activision blizzard in a really tough spot, which seems like it was one hundred thieves goal on one hand is a charity event by pulling the license for this tournament. It appears that Ab is not supporting a charity that they've claimed support on social media, and through statements directly from the company, but on the other hand one hundred apparently knew this was not going to be allowed, but announces term anyway the public opinion so when AB inevitably. Inevitably, pulled the license for the event. The public was outraged again. This is extremely complicated and it's likely more details. Come out through this afternoon as we learn more about the conversations, being had between ABC and one hundred thieves in the run-up to this effect. That's it for the sports minute. If you WANNA learn more about how gaming affects your body head over to the East Sports Network podcast feet, riders published a show with Dr Corey Kofsky. He addresses the common gaming ailments, treatment routines misinformation that's been shared by other doctors in the gaming world. You could find that podcast for the sports network podcast. Brave you like to listen in or by using the links below this show as always I'll be back tomorrow with the biggest sports story of the day in just ninety seconds.

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Episode 171: Creating Branding Videos With Ease

Marketing Above All

11:34 min | 6 months ago

Episode 171: Creating Branding Videos With Ease

"They won't catch why from the chicken wing capital of the World Buffalo New York. You're listening to the marketing. Above all podcasts your source for all things well marketing and total world domination. This is marketing above all. And this is your host Michael. Hey there and welcome to episode one hundred and seventy one a continuation in many many part series of marketing business from scratch in. Were going through everything. Step BY STEP BY STEP. We've come a long way in the process. we just went through how to get the website design and then get the content produced the focus. Today is around video and then how to leverage those videos to then produce other pieces of content. And why this is going to be a really important strategy to start now before you start some of the other tactics that we're going to talk about in the near future so video content in particular is the best content that you could produce for this new child-care business and the reason it's the best is that while writing content and images and things like that is helpful nothing can hold a candle to video and whether that video is done live or it's video that has done prescheduled or things with iphones and we'll talk about some of that but I'm not GonNa get into all the logistics of. Here's the exact camera to use the video strategy that I want you. To think about is more around branding this business. And when you're opening up a new business and again we're leveraging the childcare example branding and getting your name out there is absolutely essential and it's a much better play and you're going to get much more action in progress and comments and shares with putting video out onto social media and other places. Then you would simply by putting out press releases in different things like that. So here's what I want you to do with videos and kind of how to start the process so the disclaimer. That I'm GONNA give you. Is that part of this is not my strategy so I always give credit where credit's due but then the other part is something that I've been using for quite some time so the first thing that I'm GonNa want you to do is to create nine videos might be single. Michael Are you crazy? I haven't even created one video. So what the heck am I gonNA create for nine so while I said I'm not GONNA get into video equipment? The good news is this can be done using an iphone android natural lighting. If you have it or you can buy some diffused lighting. There's plenty of lighting and all the different local places or on Amazon for example. Improve your lighting. And I'm a big fan of the road. Wireless microphones and I can put a link in the show notes. That's all that you need to start to move this strategy forward and these nine videos are meant to be engaging and they're meant to Kinda take people through the process of. Why are you doing what you do? How and what so? It's taking them through the awareness stage into the engagement stage and down into a conversion that leads to either a tour virtual tour. A phone leads something along those lines and this was started by gentleman named Dennis. You Great Guy of shot a bunch of videos with him he created this guy. Three by three video grid in. It's my favorite strategy for starting branding and a really cost effective way so the first three videos will come back to more logistics in a second to the first three are all going to be awareness. Driven videos the Y. Videos the second three videos videos four five six there the engagement videos or the how and the final three are the conversion videos or the what so nine videos and they're all meant to be short videos that allow people to move forward in the process so awareness the first step and this is the most important step with a new business is to create awareness. So they need to be the Y. Videos start with why and this is. This should be your passion in stories and hey everyone. I'm starting this childcare centre. Here's why I'm starting this childcare centre. I have kids and I wanted to have a great place for them to go. Give that whole story. This is the story stuff that we talked about earlier. As well you could refer back to your earlier days for example and you could talk about the first time that you took your kids to the preschool or to the childcare center and talk about how that experience Kinda help drove you into starting business awareness. Videos story driven videos. There's always gonna be stories or multiple stories about how this child care. Center IS COMING TO FRUITION. And by relating the story those families are they're going to develop an emotional connection with the y of the business. They're gonNA WANNA then connect on a deeper level with your upcoming brand so these videos than are there really around helping those parents understand. Your business develop a relationship and just start to relate. It's all about building that relationship. So you could shoot those. With your iphone short videos and then in future episodes. I'm GonNa tell you where you're going to run them but you're going to run them on places like facebook ads for example where you're going to get really low cost branding engagement. The next three videos are all about engagement. So were designing these so that you can start to share your expertise online. You Wanna be able to record a how to video and maybe that's how to stop a baby from screaming how to sanitize toys like you. WanNa be putting out helpful content rather than this is how you engage with our center that this is helpful context gonNA be kind of put out so that your audience is really gaining a positive connotation about you and your brand and it's going to help them be more receptive to future interaction. So you're gonNA share tips ideas tactics how to deal with stress as a parent. I mean different things like that. So those sets videos are the ones that most people don't WanNa do. Those are absolutely critical to get to the next final three videos and that is about the what. So what do you offer? So we've got a new child care center were opening an Xyz time for example. So you can finally start to talk about promoting your services you can talk about scheduling the tour. For example you can run specials. You can offer founding family discounts and all those different kinds of things so you're able to then transition people now. Here's the piece. It's a little bit technical but we'll go go over this again in future episodes but you WanNa make sure that when someone watches your first wife video. They're then going to see the other videos and then be able to start getting nudged to videos so you WanNa make sure that people are seeing the videos can have in sequence and you WanNa make sure that as prospects are consuming those they can then continue to kind of. Go down the pipeline. So they're able to see the. Why the how. And then finally the what videos and you're able to leverage different tools technology and things like that so I love to see these short one minute. Ninety seconds on the high side so great place to start and these videos should be unique. They should be different. They shouldn't be a continuation. So you're creating the three different live videos and you're you're able to test kind of which story is performing the best you don't need. Fancy lights are graphics sets things like that. I mean literally smartphone in just a minute of inciteful content that set. And what I want you to do then as you start to get in the zone of producing these is that you're then able to get more comfortable with shooting more content. And you can start to do more branding videos and you can start to do more helpful tips and look at doing facebook. Lives and things like that but I want you to do these videos. I saw nine short videos. That you'll have that we can then start to get out of the universe and start to get your brand out there in already in pre swiftly start to drive phone calls in Leeds. Well well well before. Your childcare center is open tune back in America for the continuation as always. Thank you for joining Michael Eisner signing off. Good morning good afternoon and good night. Thank you thank you for listening to this episode of marketing. Above all get out there make a change and take some action and hey don't forget to leave a five star review until all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast ever ever. If we look forward to seeing you here tomorrow.

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315: Make Up Your Mind To Be Happy

Earn Your Happy

11:23 min | 1 year ago

315: Make Up Your Mind To Be Happy

"I'm going through a phase of letting go and saying, no. And I'm really watching how many people pleasing patterns are coming out and how my truth is fighting with just old ghosts. Welcome to the earn. Your happy podcast. I'm Laurie harder founder of the bliss project. Three time fitness world champion, fitness expert and cover model turned self love junkie lifestyle entrepreneur and author each week. I'll bring you a guest or a thought that will help you bust through your fears. Connect your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life business and relationships we don't wait until we're ready for someone to tell us. We're good enough. We take what we want and we annoyance ourselves. Get ready to earn own and on apologetically rock your happiness every single day. Are you with me? Here we go. Welcome back to the earn your happy podcast, and it's time for another quickey because there's always time to fit in inspiration into your day. So wherever we are you're on the step male of your outside, if you're driving if you're at work for on lunch. Share your lunch with me. I'm totally that kid who would wanna part of your sandwich or you cookies, I will obstinately take bites because there's no calories invites. So I hear and belief. So there's a quote that I love that is kind of for where I'm at right now. And I will tell you with the new year, I have been like all over the place. But in the best way because I can honestly say I'm in a place right now in my life, where I'm just kind of accepting all emotions, and I'm observing how my patterns want to judge in emotion like if it feels depressed or if it feels board or if it feels. Like, I'm not doing enough. Or if it feels like I should be doing something like, I'm really observing. How me slowing down a bit in certain areas is really causing old patterns to come up of you should be doing more. What it what the only way to get things done or to get things that you desire is to hustle is to do more as to do a lot is to have things on the schedule. And I also have a part of me that believes that I can work but also attract so I'm in the state of duality with two fighting ideas, existing in my mind at the same time, and I was just on a podcast with a listen Obama who's going to be coming on the podcast, so podcast isn't out yet. But really talking about giving each of these ideas of voice and. So this is an exercise I'm going to do or haven't done it yet. So I'm inviting you all to do with me to write down the to contrast in ideas, the one that says slow down or go do that thing that you love or go take that dance class or saying, no to those people so that you can have some just space in your mind to not feel overwhelmed because that's when you function best give that voice of oyster. So when I say give it a voice write down. What it saying? Why it saying needs it what it actually wants how much time it actually needs. And then right? The other voice that says, no, you need to hustle. You should be doing this. You should be doing night. You should be planning this. You should be trying this right down that voice. And where that voice is coming from as well, then underneath both of them. Right. The pros and cons. So maybe right. The fears of each one of those voices, right? And then right? What the truth is? So right. The fears of what the voices are. So for example, right? The fear of the voice of relaxing, right or of doing less than saying. No while I'm going to disappoint people. I'm scared people won't like me. I'm afraid that. I'm not going to get anything done. I'm afraid whatever those fears are lists them all out in them. Right. The truth underneath that the truth is people will still like me the truth is the people who don't like me for slowing down and honoring myself and respecting myself aren't people I want in my life. Anyway. So I can release them the truth is what else is the truth for you. And then on the other side, that's the hustle side. You can right. You know, what what's the fear around not doing that? If I don't do this. I feel like nothing's going to come to me if I keep doing this. I'm afraid I'm going to burn out or whatever those fears are and then right? The truth underneath it. The truth for me is that if I keep. Keep this hustle up. I have no spark for life left. The truth is I can't hear that voice that my soul. I can't hear that voice of God. I can't hear that voice of whatever it is. That helps guide me if I keep hustling like this the truth is that even in the nothingness there is something beautiful happening in to trust that so maybe underneath that. Right. I trust in create what you trust. Because at the end of the day. I know if you listen to this podcast, you know, how I feel it is all made up. Anyway, it's just one big decision to choose. How you want to feel and choose who you wanna be choose. How you want this life to play out because as you think it so it shall be an as you act it out you will become and as you take this action that now changes into your identity, right? Because the last podcast. I talked about a couple of podcasts. Go I talked about. How Tony Robbins says that action changes your identity? You become it when you do it. Right. And you do it when you think it, and you think it when you choose to let go of your old identity when you choose to believe that's not who you are. When you choose to know that you actually get to choose so back to that quote because that's just how I am. I forget everything just kidding. That would be like a terrible mantra for me to have. All right. So most folks are as happy as they make their minds up to be. Most folks are as happy as they make their minds up to be. So that's ABRAHAM LINCOLN. And it also might be most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be because I was reading it wrong. So cues ear quote of the day. I love that quote because it's the truth because I'm going through a phase of letting go and saying, no. And I'm really watching how my people pleasing patterns are coming out, and how my truth is fighting with just old ghosts, right? How my truth is fighting with old ways in things that I was told and ways that aren't actually the truth. Now, I do not want you to take this podcast and things that you can just sit there and not do with outed happening because I do believe that you need to take massive action in you will have years where you are just working your azoff like no other and it's required. And then you will have to observe when that is no longer working or serving you. And don't worry you'll get signs. And to rest, right. And I also believe that maybe that's a lie to that. Maybe that's made up to I do know that you will have to hustle. But I think that there are ways that you could build in self care and time off and I was terrible about that in the beginning. But you will have times in days where you are just making it happen. And sometimes there isn't a huge break. But if you can project in look down the road and build an in please learn to do that early on now. So back to the quote, again, most folks are about as happy as they make their minds up to be I'll tell you even in the moments when I was like hustling in tired and exhausted. I had to continue to choose why I was happy about that. Right. And now in the questionable boredom or the questionable. I hate even calling it boredom, but it's a feeling I'm experiencing, and I don't want to judge it. So because I just don't know what I should be doing. Even though I'm finding. Things to do. It's just not a poll in a certain direction like what I'm used to. So I'm just working this out right now on this. I almost said radio station, but these are different points in our lives that if we can just let them be an actually fuel them like take the time to feel them take that ninety seconds to actually feel them. Right. Then you it's going to pass again. I was just talking to Elissa, and it's ninety seconds. That emotion will pass if you truly deeply sit and feel it and then you can choose again. So what we choose is what we will get always what we choose is what we will get. So I'm sending you guys so much love today. I think this is actually a quickie like it. It actually falls under quickey where normally turn to talk a little bit more than just a quickie. So I'm so grateful for you in this beautiful new year. I'm so excited about. All of the things that you have planned in that you have going on. And I have no doubt that they will happen for you, speak them declare them right them every single day, speak them out loud. So that you hear them in your own words, say them right now after this podcast or during this podcast. So you can hear yourself becoming the person who talks like your future self who talks like the person who already has the manifestation become her or him now to that person. Right now, remember that your identity shifts through actions, your identity shifts through actions, so until next time everyone, I'm so grateful for you in earn your happy. Bye. Bye. Thank you guys so much for spending this time with me on the earn your happy podcast. I am. So glad that you stopped by if you could take one second to share this episode with someone you think would love it. That would be absolutely amazing. And we would be forever grateful. Also, please leave us a review if you feel so moved by going to I tunes and leaving us an honest thought and honest comment, tallest what you think tell us what you want to hear more of it would really help us out on our journey to helping thousands and thousands of people until then don't forget to earn your happy thanksgiving guys. Bye. Bye.

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FaZe Clan Acquires Stake in CTRL

The Esports Minute

02:00 min | 4 months ago

FaZe Clan Acquires Stake in CTRL

"Phase clan has acquired a stake in control amid dreams. Is The sports minute presented by e sports network? Before we jump into phase, I just want to acknowledge that twitch. CON has been canceled. I just don't know how many minutes I can do. Saying events have been canceled by the coronavirus pandemic. It's safe to assume that until we have a vaccine. Any large gathering like convention is off the table anyway onto phase control is a meal supplement company founded by Sundance. Giovanni the founder of Major League gaming and Schuyler. Johnson the of and beginning. The two companies announced partnership this afternoon, and it's interesting for a few reasons to start scholars over five years of g fuel ending endings, the chief creative officer control is taking a similar marketing approach and grabbing many of the same influences, including g fools, crown jewel in phase clan as a drinkable meal. Supplement control fills different lane than juvenile, although both products provide energy and are mixed with water in a blender bottle from a brand perspective controls designation as. As a meal, Supplement and g fuels, an energy drink means that control can partner with phase without triggering g fuel and phases non compete clause for people unfamiliar sponsorship language. Almost every sponsorship deal prevents to companies in the same space sponsor team. That's why athletes are either. Nike or Adidas and not, both this applies to car brands, insurance providers, or whatever industry sponsor operates in. That's why you often your sponsorship deals branded as the official blank of this. The reason for that is because having to sponsors in the same industry dilute the perceived value of the sponsorship chief. You'll control push that nunc beat to the very edge, and it safe to assume G fuel would prefer. Control wasn't grabbing their partners, but control. This is a huge win. Phase clan has the most expansive social media following of any sports organization and by a wide margin. Now Control get access to over fifty members and millions upon millions of followers for new content. That's often see sports minute. I'll be back tomorrow with the biggest sports story of the day just ninety seconds.

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Twitch to Air Premiere League Matches in UK

The Esports Minute

02:04 min | 4 months ago

Twitch to Air Premiere League Matches in UK

"Twitches airing premier league soccer matches in the UK amid dreams. The eastwards minute presented by East sports network. I can hear the detractors right now. That's not sports. They say, but here's why it's relevant to the sports fan. Twitter's undergoing a change that will affect all of the sports world. Since its inception eastwards have lived a live streaming platforms will sports have lived on broadcast television? During Kovic eastwards have crossed much further into the broadcast TV world while sports are coming to live streaming platforms. This push actually began last fall. When was airing Thursday night? NFL Games on the platform come dated by big streamers like Ninja Tim the tap man Nick Merck's. For this deal with the Premier League Amazon already had the broadcast rights lockdown had been airing premier league matches on Amazon prime over the last two years, but they weren't going to twitch. This matters because twitches evolving pass gaming, even though gaming will always be court of the platform that's important to understand from a greater east sports event, context sports batches still garner much larger viewership numbers than East sports events in the West and I'll be true for quite a while if sports on twitch because a more common phenomenon that will change the twitch demo and push more people away from cable, TV in general. We'll also likely lead to a bigger focus on commercials. Sponsorship bought airtime. We'll see some of the broadcast. Audience leapt twitch. It's still common for many sports competitions to air blindscreen with timers taking down till the broadcast resumes. That probably won't be much longer. For now only four matches in the Premier League have been confirmed for twitch. What's like? Thursday night football, these are far from the marquee matches of the week. Still there's a growing overlap between sports and East Sports is twin changed the nature of the platform to cater to a more general audience. That's it for this eastwards minute for more eastwards, content had over the eastwards podcast, or I talked to the CEO and the CTO of SSEMPIJJA G. G, it's a platform that using AI to improve the game of e sports, best players he could find that podcast for the eastwards that were podcast or using the links below this minute have a great weekend and I'll be back on Monday with the biggest story of the day. It just ninety seconds.

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EVO Cancelled After Accusations Towards Co-Founder Mr. Wizard

The Esports Minute

01:48 min | 3 months ago

EVO Cancelled After Accusations Towards Co-Founder Mr. Wizard

"YVO has been officially cancelled. Due sexual misconduct allegations against the CO founder and president amid dreams and the sports minute presented by e sports network. It's just the Cherry on top of what was a crappy week in sports and the game community as large ego is, or maybe I should say was one of the most prestigious events in east sports as the top event for most fighting game titles. This year, the competition and moved online due to the pandemic, but after allegations of sexual misconduct towards Joey. Cuellar the CO founder President. Eve Online has been outright canceled Kular, better known as Mister. Wizard was accused of acting inappropriately towards teenage, boys, Multiple Times mikey crack prawn fan was the one step forward. The allegations publicly after those allegations went public Capcom nother Rome and band dynamic. Oh, all pulled their gains in the event. In addition, casters players also pulled out leaving Yvo, no choice but to cancel the event Yvo says sever all ties with cooler going forward, but he was a key part of the creation of Yvo and actually decision event from its Co. founder will be difficult. Defining game community was splintered this week. This is just one of many many allegations. Put forward by various. Various members of the community for much larger conversation about what's happening this week. The myriad of allegations and the lasting effects on the FTC I've just published an east sports network podcast episode with fighting Gabe writer Danny. Howard we cover these topics in depth, my condolences and the goal of sports network go out to everyone who courageously stepped forward this week. It's been a tough week for sports and gaming communities, getting these alleged harassers and abusers out of the gaming scene will create a much better ecosystem for all in the future. That's it for these sports minute I'll be back on Monday with the biggest story of the day in just ninety seconds.

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Send those holiday cards

Before Breakfast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Send those holiday cards

"Then Guard was founded on a simple radical idea that an investment company can succeed because it puts investors first vanguard is client owned you own their funds and the funds vanguard which means vanguard is built to ensure that your interests will be the priority together vanguards thirty million investors are changing the way the world invests visit Vanguard Dot Com talk to your financial advisor to learn more welcome to before breakfast production of iheartradio. Good morning this is Laura. Welcome to the before four breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to send those holiday cards. Yes it takes time and effort to mail real cards handwritten notes but this honestly one of the best investments of time you can make. I love receiving holiday cards. It's fun to see people smiling smiling. Kids and cute pets and see how much everyone has grown since last year. I'm also a big holiday card. Sender we book family photos sometime in the a fall and make our shutter fly cards with those pictures. I know a lot of people. Just do the postcard style photo cards but we do ones that open space to write a note it which I do for everyone. I sent a card to why well first of all. It's the compiling in addressing of cards. That takes the most time by the time you're already doing that. It doesn't take much more time. I mean literally just sixty to ninety seconds per card to write something like hey dave so great to see you in the family early this summer wishing you all the best for happy holiday season and a joyous twenty twenty if you're sending sixty cards this is an extra hour to an hour and a half if you're sending two hundred cards it's a maximum of five hours now. This isn't nothing but if you're the sort of person who is sending two hundred cards you may have someone someone helping you with the compiling and addressing anyway and you know the power of a robust network this network is built by treating everyone in it as an individual Joel that you care about a handwritten note makes that clear and almost no time. It's a great touch point and takes a lot less time than meeting each of those two hundred people for coffee. You're handwritten notes. Go out into the world where they do some good things I they remind people that you exist second. They generally make people feel closer to you. I've gotten some really lovely emails from people who've received my holiday cards and appreciated getting a handwritten note. I can't stress enough. How few people bother to do this and how much you will stand out if you do? This is an incredibly easy way to strengthen strengthen relationship but even if you don't bother with notes there are upsides to making the cards and getting them out. Soon I people have your mailing address which means Yogi more cards from people with cute baby and dog voters. Isn't it great when the mail isn't just ads and bills and if you make a photo card hard this will either require you to take photos or to look through your existing ones. These are both great ways to spend time. I don't know anyone who says does Jeez. I wish I'd taken fewer photos of my family. There are lots of ways to save time for the holidays. We'll cover plenty of them in upcoming episodes of before breakfast. But skipping the holiday cards or skimping on them amounts to being penny wise and pound foolish I promise that your investment of time. I'm here we'll be paid back to you. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then and breakfast. P O d you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts. At IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters charts. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production reduction of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows Hey listeners if you have an adventurous child silence a curious mind. They'll love little passports a fun award winning monthly subscription service for kids every month. A new package is delivered to the door with your the child name on it filled with hands on projects and souvenirs all designed to spark your child's curiosity in the world around them solve a real world mystery with DNA build a three D.. Model of Big Ben and explore many more fun and immersive activities shop now at little passports dot com.

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Losing It - Understanding What Makes Us Snap (With Elisabeth Corey)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

29:49 min | 1 year ago

Losing It - Understanding What Makes Us Snap (With Elisabeth Corey)

"Hi this is janet lansbury welcome to unruffled today i have the great pleasure of introducing you to one of the most inspiring people i've ever come across elisabeth corey now if you're not already aware listen this extraordinary work she's a survivor of severe childhood trauma who shares her healing journey with others as a life coach for survivors of trauma and abuse and all of this is on her website beating trauma dot com elizabeth is also the mother of twins and she's acutely aware of the challenges that parents with less than ideal childhood experiences face one doesn't need have experienced abused to benefit from elizabeth insights they resonate deeply sleep with me so they could help any parent recognize their triggers and break negative cycles and patterns of behavior that may have been passed down to them and that is why i immediately thought of elizabeth when i received a note from a parent who's struggling to be the confident leadership aims to be she knows what to do but time and again in the moment with her toddler winter toddlers behaving in challenging way it's she snapped and she behaved in a manner that she regrets she can't it seemed to break the cycle of reactivity and regret before elizabeth and i began making your bedroom beautiful uncomfortable is a wonderful form of self care at brooklyn in dot com i found the most incredibly soft luxurious sheets i've ever slept done at a totally reasonable price most luxury betting is marked up as much as three hundred percent but brooklyn deals directly with manufacturers and directly with customers no middleman just a great product and service without the ridiculous markup you spend about a third of your life in sheets so maybe it's time for a betting upgrade right now if you're good at brooklyn in dot com and use the promo code respectful you'll get ten percent off their already low price plus free shipping on anything you order and brooklyn clinton is so confident you'll love their products there's a risk free lifetime warranty on all their sheets comforters and towels did i mentioned that the most comfortable sheets i've ever owned yup so comfortable in fact i ordered another set really so if you're looking for a bedroom upgrade or just wanna treat yourself to something a little lighter and brazier for summer go to brooklyn dot com and check out their newest linen collection which has been amazing assortment of beautiful colors please do you take advantage of this special offer ten percent off your first order risk free shipping and a lifetime warranty go to brooklyn in dot com that's b r o o k l i n e n dot com and use the promo code respectful brooke linen dot com promo code respectful sweet dreams high elisabeth hi janet thank you so much for having me on this but this written some wonderful guest posts from my website that i've always always been some of the most popular and and she's just a gift to the universe so i can't say enough good things about you thank you so much so here's the notes i wanted to share with elizabeth and try to get her thoughts dear janet greetings from from prague czech republic i discovered your podcast half a year ago and heavier books to their great help thank you very much i have a question about myself i was raised in a way that was in no way respectful now now i very often feel overwhelmed by the responsibility of raising my daughter two and a half years old the fact the children model are behavior is really scary for me i'm listening to your podcast and it all makes sense and i totally know how to behave 'have at the moment of listening and then the real situations come in and i just don't manage unfortunately i'm not confident leader i don't stay calm focused kind to my child especially when i'm tired certain behaviors of my daughter's send me through the roof i get very nervous and then i snap and i do all the wrong things at a good parents should not i realise afterwards when i calm down and i regret it but then it happens again on educating dating myself since the birth of my daughter but my progress is very slow and she grows up so fast so the question is how did become a better parent faster what can i do to help myself so what do you think elisabeth do you you have any thoughts were this parent is bring up anything for you i do have thoughts for this parent and the first thing i wanna say is that she is not alone at all in this particular issue she's having this is something i hear everyday from parents just like her who have been through horrific or even moderately difficult childhood or childhood they don't remember at all and they're trying desperately to raise their children in a way that is different from their experiences they had end they're not succeeding or maybe they're succeeding in some ways but it's just not enough because let's face it janet we are so hard on her so that parents yes and what that does is it actually creates more stress stress so were already reacting out of being stressed out and then we beat ourselves up and be creative and more stressed that way exactly it does not help us be a better parent to be constantly criticizing ourselves about how we have not been a good parent it never works so i wanna start by saying that it's really important that people know they're not alone because honestly when we're done difficult childhood we have a tendency to isolate are so because that was often what was done to us so we will come up with stories on her head about how were the only people who have experienced this is already only people struggling everybody else get the end so i like to begin by breaking that pattern thinking because it isn't true there are so many of us who are struggling is specially with parenting young children after we experience i'm kind of trauma child so i always like to start yeah that's brilliant because i can attest to that i receive notes like this all the time and i have had my own version of this myself when i was a new parents especially so yes were not alone no so a lot of us think of trauma as something that is news worthy of then i try not really isn't like that trauma is actually the response that person is having to invent something can be traumatic attic for one person and not for another more and more importantly something it'd be traumatic for a child that adult thing is just a normal everyday experience so we have to look at the fact that when we talk about trauma it's not all really really awful all stuff that is clearly trauma and belong in the newspapers sometimes it's things that we just couldn't process very well end when we can't process something in childhood that immediately begins create difficulties for us in the way that we process the rest of the world are nervous system begins to get that worked out we start to have experiences in the brain and the body that indicate that were on a date of april roller tight end if it happens enough we don't leave that state we'll leave their end when we're living there and we have children we will begin just see problems in the relationship between are those files we austin for jack or relationship with her abusive caregivers onto are children because let's face it there are similarities between young children in people who don't respect back their boundaries when we were growing up there actually not that different the different really isn't that children are allowed to be that way an abusive adults are not right so we have this hyper vigilance it's really intense end we are carrying a ton of fear and when she scared to set boundaries and were hovering over on children to put them even from been held in their own emotions and with all this year in the system we are going to try to maintain some kind of control over the situation and that austin turned into angry responses george will grow up i wanna be clear this all happens in an instance we are aware this is all going on we don't know okay i get hyper vigilant then i get scared then i get angry evans so fast we don't even see escalation until this julie yeah that's out of body experience that happened when all of a sudden were angry and were watching are so enroll like what am i doing right now i don't wanna be doing this and yet i can't stop it right and so that is my evaluation of what is actually happening and i have a lot of people who i work with who are working through this escalation and finding ways to break the pattern before it starts it's very very difficult but it can be done i have the sense also in my own experience in my experience with parents that oftentimes it could be pretty specific things that we were shamed for as children or are isolated for go away i don't wanna see that rejected for in some ways emotionally abandoned for those tend to be specific a triggers for us that when are child behaves in those ways than then we can get triggered back into your own shame and fear around those situations around those kind of exact experiences similar experiences as a matter of fact this is how generational trauma work when we have been something we will then projected that shame onto her children in very similar ways to what happened to us some of the most common example unfortunately because it's such a difficult area for us as human beings happens around emotion let's say you had a lot of anger you were willing to correct it you're willing to stay exactly out anywhere shange heard that expression you were going to be much more likely in adulthood good to shame your child for the angry ex russian because you have internalized that shame and now it's coming out at the child and that is very common it can also be things that you might not need normally as negative even by societies standard you're gonna have certain drinks that running a family but if those strength had been pushed away and you know shoved down and taught to be shameful well in some way over time you will suppress those in your children as well because they were depressed you so it isn't always something that society would say well that's a really bad thing on things like staying almost anything ever chatters really strong enough but you were told that you are good at it you might be like oh oh don't you have a six let's move on will be something so yes it comes out in so many ways and they are released specific and as you said early on we often don't even remember having those experiences i think especially for a lot of women around anger so maybe we expressed anger at one or two years old or even and younger and we saw that whoa that's not okay is my parents an we don't even remember expressing anger in her whole life you know so it's it could come as a surprise when something we never even recognize and are sulfur remember springs up in her child and we react to it and a we we don't even know the context for it we can't even figure that out exactly i work a lot with people who they have different levels of memory repression as a part of their own experiences some of those are because we're just really gone but some of those there because we needed to put away those memories because we couldn't process them so they needed and no longer living are conscious mind i work with that a lot i will say that a lot of times when i hear there's oh i would never allowed i never expressed any not either one time when i i would detrick informant or man and then we begin to kind of look under the surface and realize no you try try children are naturally expressive exactly and so yes you're very right the many times what we are triggered about is not sending were holding in are conscious mind on a daily basis we just don't even know that it's a it's a thing under the surface and so what would be the first step but you would recommend or the first steps to someone like this parent who noticed is that this happens when she's tired specially well that makes sense because she's even more depleted then in her arousal state's gonna sort of take over at that point probably but how how could we start how could we how could we get there so what i normally like to talk about here is that if we want they connected to her children differently we needed to reconnect to ourselves so a lot of the work that i do is about beginning to build an entire conversation which sells end for some of us went trama doping denny race at the most part were not even aware of who we are let alone water purposes and what will fill us and make us happy that out of the question we haven't even begun to consider that will be idea of having an inner conversation can feel nebulous but it can also feel scary sometimes that's a good reason because we have put away some things that you put a waiver reason any idea of looking at that mcgann doesn't sound really off but it's so important for healing to do it so i encourage what i call emotional journaling as a way of reconnecting are so west what's happening in young conscious that driving this escalation enough driving those triggers right in the way emotional journaling works is instead of writing a doubt in emotion i am angry we actually right from emotion so what is he a motion actually staying now it's hard to do because their defense is try to stop us from doing that why because we have already been proven that this is dangerous we'll learned in childhood we're not allowed to express emotion so why would be right from it right so it's a process to get are cells there but as we begin to explore writing from their anger specifically that's coming out at her children in these moments where we have escalated escalated over time we released that from the system and we get to what underneath that anger anger is almost always a defensive emotion frost and what i mean by that is something that needs it could be grief could be fear could be shame but there's something there that we can get in touch with only once we have a lousy anchor to express itself now one of the most common objections i hear this is okay elisabeth that sounds great but it's not like i can't leave my two year old in the kitchen while i run off the right in my journal leave me nobody gets that more than me 'cause i had to two year olds and really angry inner self at the same time and i can tell you that one of the biggest things is that we can learn through emotional journaling is how to recall that anger after the moment is actually something it's fairly easy a recall believe it or not i'm not saying it won't take any practice but if you were child goes to bed at night and you can sit down and go i was really angry earlier and i'm gonna sit with right i'm gonna sit with a feeling in i'm gonna see if i can let that express many times you can do it it's not gonna be perfect it won't work every time but by beginning this inner conversation with yourself you will begin to release some of these patterns an even more important build awareness around why why it's happening in the first week which is a huge part of what we're trying to understand ending that will build compassion for yourselves and let's face it a lot of don't have much of that but we can build that compassion first sell it because we can finally understand why were so angry at why were so scared there's a reason for it and we don't always know the all answer to that until we did this right it's not our fault is not just some terrible fly on us exactly it was the reaction to something else you know that we didn't control and it's okay yeah in fact it'd be kind of sad but those things happen to us and you know being able to feel that compassion like you said and care for ourselves and that way they allowing sadness is one of the most important parts of this work allowing are self degree than not let the nonstop recor of wasn't that bad that you're overreacting dopp that for a few minutes and just let are still feel the way we feel very very powerful an that is going to be reflected in your relationship with their children it will be mirrored the more that you respect your self end your emotion or you have compassion for yourselves and how you feel the more you're going to have that when you're children and that's this modeling this parent wants to do that she's so afraid of but she can turn that around and have it be the most incredible positive modeling definitely another thing i'll say on that front that's really important if you know i i've not a perfect parent i'm still not very fair i'm never gonna be a perfect parent but the growth in myself i sell from the time my kids were very very young until now on their twelve now has been a big game that even my children comment on it regular there isn't enough things better for us the model model to are children than i used to get angry at you because i was triggered and now i process my anger and i express it any ground which you cannot model anything better for you're children so don't think just because you didn't garden it's your not teaching them on mazing emotional expression skill by doing their own work on herself really you're kids will pick up on it and they will admire you for it it's something kids sort of naturally understand much more so than adults yes absolutely and i think we can also express our care for seventy effects of that on her children and as you said before and more compassion for them because as we understand that we were doing something that was involuntary at the time that affected them nonetheless and that's so powerful and we can say them hey i get how you feel that way and i'm not gonna respond to that you know i i get it you're you're struggling here because i expressed emotion in a way that just wasn't right i also rent the hold a lot of shame over that but i can certainly apologize for it right yeah there's so much grace in all of that and it's gonna be hard to get there i think you know for anybody but even people that have more minor issues of this it's it's very hard to express how we may have led are children down when this is for most of us the most important job but we we have bright it is hard but the key is if you're trying to get you know you're self better in china have compassion for so you will naturally have a better better opportunity to be a loving compassionate end in many cases apologetic parents yeah so to apparent like this one in the in the note you would encourage the journaling and encouraged courage see awareness getting in touch with emotion being able to to go there and right from there and then what else is there more that you would advise parents do i think the more that this parents can work with this journaling and really bringing understanding joy they're reacting the way they are the more they're going to be able to win her original the child's to express emotion in a in a in a more expressive way building a grounding practice over time even if it's thirty sixty ninety seconds with the grounding of any moment in that will increase their ability to tolerate the toddlers in motion so that you can hold space for that childhood feel how they feel and then more they're able to grasp the less likely their emotional expression will be so in ten to the point where it triggers the mother to the point where they can't handle it anymore more right or it gets locked into these behaviors because the emotions need to be express and they're not being expressed the child keeps really a having that healthy instinct to express them but now it's coming out through behavior that doesn't even look look like a motion anymore just looks like the main behavior the children do to us you know this really uncooperative awful stuff but behind all of that is that same stress and emotions at the parent is reacting out again be helpful bullet there's been a block on emotional expression for a while producing contained emotional expression let's stay some art projects or some hitting pillows or some screening konta which i have done much my children she just gonna get out some of that emotional energy that's really jordan there allow them to be super expressive in these other ways i have found can be really helpful to bring a child the nervous system back down to where those behaviors start and minimize a little bit yeah and i think of from the work that i do just getting familiar with that situation where you're allowing her child to have their feelings and supporting them to an end soothing then what you're presents and acceptance rather than trying to make the feelings disappear the way that looks and feels takes practice i spend a lot of time and energy in writing tried to explain and illustrate a an exchange between two people that is so crucial for children as they develop and really for all of us to be able to do just have are feelings and not have see other person's discomfort takeover it takes a lot of practice to get comfortable and it's never gonna be really that comfortable but it could become familiar and you can start to make peace with it and realize how positive it is but it's gonna feel very unfamiliar and scary to a parent who is just starting to think about these things and and look at these things and and thinking is this parent may be but if i just know what to do and just gonna be able to do it when she can't until she does this this other work it sounds like yes end when i wrote that piece that was really what i was getting at the these concepts they're brilliant and so helpful for me my own parenting journey but there's the gap between those of us with even some trauma in certain situations and end what it would take to be in that place all the time of course they're not gonna be there all the time but is there is a gap in it can be so frustrating where like why can't i get there why can't i be that i want to be that's the reality is your system has been put into survival mode end when it comes to the motion her dad's immediately where you go is in the survival mode in survival mode in not parenting mound that's not how we parents said that can be a real struggle especially with people who had complex trauma to find their way back to this place yeah that makes sense there are so many different angles why this emotion be cain dangerous and we have to work through those and understand that and process them out across the year out but hopefully just the beginning of this process opening the door to to that awareness and that sense of my own childhood my own history a separate from my child's can help us to get some clarity right away in terms of weight this isn't about my child doing this to me hey this is my child's separate experience end i'm taking it that way because of my own experience finding that separation i think we could offer that parent the past that right away that this is something to work on about herself and i think she knows that she knows that this is about her and that is a nation needs to work on and she she just doesn't know how definitely i mean i definitely had that impression from her writing that she knows she needs to work on which honestly is a part of the battle right there yeah my issue this isn't the problem with the child this is my stuff that i i need to practice out and then being able to really delve then i get serious about where this is coming from why my system is responding this way through writing in particular will begin to make a person's awareness of these situations this much much much stronger i find people kenwright first fairly short periods of time even ten minutes every couple of days and begin to have these epiphany is when they're in situations of their child like oh i see what's happening here pretty quickly in process but of course the more that you stick to it at eight brick goes and you know the more long lasting experiences you could have more becomes a part part of her body in a part of your story well this is really really helpful and elizabeth is doing a virtual workshop about this very thing it's gonna be july twentieth at eleven am eastern time parenting after complex trauma you could find the details on her website beating trauma dot com there's also gonna be a link in the transcript of this podcast straight to the page about the workshop an sounds wonderful is very reasonably priced i've gotta say you are so generous with yourselves and you're experience and you hope for parents and she has many many how many articles have you written i keep getting my inbox i'm like all but i subscribe to elizabeth website and she has the most wonderful articles and she just keeps putting out there and and wow you're you're just a giver thank you so much he idea right once a week and all the blogs are free and available any anyone but thank you so much jennifer mentioning the workshop as well of course and you know as i said in the beginning of this i am not eight survivor of abuse but i so relayed everything that elizabeth writes about and talks about i do think that probably almost all of us have some subtle experiences and behaviors that we were shamed for and things that we can wrestle slow west set are getting underway and i just appreciate everything that elizabeth doing in her her amazing mission that she has and she's very brave person if you read her story you will see a so thank you so so much elisabeth and i hope we get to talk again thank you so much in of course i love come back anytime talk this is probably my favorite topic is how we can break the generational cycle and become the parents we want to be

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526: Eye Movement, Lies & Pupil Myths - Susan Ibitz

Daily Sales Tips

05:39 min | 4 months ago

526: Eye Movement, Lies & Pupil Myths - Susan Ibitz

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast. I'm your host. Scott Ingram today Susan I- bits of self introducing so I'M GONNA. Let her take it away. Are you ready to learn something new today? My name is a name. It and Miami here haggard. Some people have computers I had humans, and I specialize in behavioral to cells. Do you remember how many times they tall you over. The people is a look into the ride of Aleph there constructing reality improperly online to you. How many classes you have take and they say that. While that happened under seventies and eighties then God we have new technology. In two thousand eleven Dr Carlin Watts from the University of Edinburgh started doing this ties with FM awry in see what part of the brain light independent y you look with the eyes, and they get to the conclusion that a large percentage of the public's believed that certain I movement are a sign of line, and these say the even thought in organization and training courses this second study that termine that. That is not proof that these is true. If you don't make baseline baseline, happen, and how you move your eyes how you move your face your board your hands for example I talk with my hands. I use my hands to quantify so if you suddenly seamus top moving my hands, something is going on I can be fray I can be thinking I can be overloaded. I can be field threaded, so baseline is a way to the tournament. What is GonNa be something happened? Happened in determine point of the conversation how you mega baseline tried to make an informal conversation doesn't need to be five minutes can be ninety seconds as something that is positive. Ask something who make the person. May We think or remember in trying to see where the is on? The head is facing for example, visual people is going to attend to close their eyes to try to remember in their head. What is going on on audit person maybe going to be looking down. Down because they WANNA listen on the weight of your words Oh sometime people looking up I tend to look up to when I tried to remember things to a looking down, but never looked to the left or the right. Another thing is when we used the hands. We tend to use the hands to quantify inside tall. You is like when you are. Reprimand a kids and says who is the one who break the base, and you have two kids in one of them. Is, stopped moving and froze and they don't do anything that's because the person who it's changing their base line and their body movement. Actually you know the animals kill lie as well as the. But we talk about fear. And another meath related with is as that when I hear sales reps, and all my God, you know what my client get die the pupils dilated. There's so excited and so rows with the idea of the project of a whatever you saying an like. Be careful in. Seventy Five Darwin. Find out that the pupils can be dilated when you're excited, arouse and when you have fear why? When we feel aroused and excited, it's usually because we're going to be paying attention to everything happening around. So the pupils dilated, but what happened when we feel fear, we tend to froze fight of flight and ignore them for that happening. Our is our first factor WHO's GONNA. Tell us where we need to be running against who we need to be fighting, so that's the time when you're. Pupils can be dilated to an for more than hundred and something years. That is proving to be right, so if you happen to be in a situation when a point of call of action UC, your plein pupils dilated and is not anything on the road. Who can justify that pay? Attention is because A. They're excited with the deal of. They're afraid of something they use says and they're ready to fight. Maybe the price you sane is not the one they expected. They may be the misunderstood something. Maybe you miss, explain something so the next time this somebody tell you is to the left of the right, our construction reality, or if you're costumer, just die, lead their pupil. Who Array you start spending money. Wait for the check because they can have two minutes. My name is and woods among human behavior hacker. Some people have computers I have humans and I hope you learned something new today. For more about Susan and her human behaviour lab click over to daily sales. Dot Tips forward slash five twenty six, and we'll have those details for you there. Once you've done that. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening.

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#117: Feedback StingsUse It To Get Clear

On The Verge

17:40 min | 1 year ago

#117: Feedback StingsUse It To Get Clear

"The. Welcome to on the verge. I am your host care Bradley bringing you weekly blast of no hypoc, vice practical wisdom, tools tips strategies practices. Anything I can pull out of my pocket to share with you to help you live in high definition to help you feel more fully alive in your life to help you awaken the latent capacities, the potential that lies within truly. That's what I'm here for. It's why I show up every week. Sometimes I have no idea when I'm going to talk about and today is one of those days. Well, I have just an inkling sometimes folks, you know, I plan out this podcast. I've got my three takeaways, and I pop into my closet and plug in the mic somedays. I have just. A like a little flame. There's like a little idea. And I trust that once I get going what I need to say is going to come through in an original way. Today's one of those days, I have one sentence for you. And we will see where it goes from here. And that is that I believe in you. That I believe in you and me. I believe in us. I believe in our potential our human potential to. Shine and what breaks my heart. And I've said this before is when I see us, including me, by the way. Doubting ourselves. We doubt ourselves so much, and I had one of those moments this week where I was basically on my knees in fetal position totally downing myself based on some feedback received. But I believe I believe at the end of the day. We have what it takes to create just amazing amazing an amazing lifestyle and amazing life and amazing experience in an amazing way to share our enthusiasm with others. So what I want to say to you today is that I believe in you. And it's why I plug in this Mike every week and sometimes I don't want to sometimes I'm not feeling it. Sometimes I'm like, what do I have to say that's of any value to people and also to be quite honest with you, sometimes I doubt that anyone even listening who's even listening to this thing, you know, solo podcasts are extremely hard to grow. Because you don't have somebody else out there. Promoting you like, a guess. Podcast every week. So I get discouraged. No doubt. I get discouraged. You know, couple hundred people listening in while that's not really a lot, you know to put this whole effort in. But but I do it. And I do it because I believe in you, you who is listening to this right now, I believe in your potential more than you probably believe in yourself. We have extraordinary capacity. We have incredible intelligence if we could just get out of our own way. And what is the way that we need to get out of? Right. What is that way? What is blocking us truly from believing in ourselves on a day-to-day basis doubt fear old patterns old conditioning things people say to us that we believe is more true than what we feel inside instinctively? Right. We play so much importance on what other people say we placed so much importance on that Facebook post or that Instagram posts that got only ten like since Ted of a hundred links we play so much importance on what somebody else's doing that seems to be better than what we're we're doing or capable of doing. My God, we place so much importance outside of us. And so little importance on what we truly sense on what we quickening inside that little whisper in our ear saying, no go here. Do this don't do that. No you belong here. You don't belong there. What are you doing on a day-to-day basis? So just to back up a little bit about my experience this week. And I have to tell you it was a rough one, you know, we don't realize that we're all going through same same feelings. Right. The same doubt doesn't matter. What level you're at doesn't matter? What kind of house you live in doesn't matter? What kind of job you have or don't have -education or don't have? We do. We just instinctively go through doubt and fear. Some of us hold onto for a longer period of time. Some of us can just kind of brush it off and move on. And I have those moments as well. But this week I received some feedback and it was true feedback. I'm not saying it was not valid. But it a crush me. 'cause it was something. I was not willing to really see or really admit. And yeah, it brought me down like immediately for twenty four hours. I was just in this low, and I felt it in my body. I knew what was happening. I felt it just really it was like a poison in my body, and I was just swimming in this pool of toxic energy. And I I knew it and I wanted to just stay with it. I knew that it would pass if I let it be. And and I knew it was valuable, right? So sometimes we get feedback. And it's like a, you know bullshit. That's that's just not true. You know, but but they say whoever they is right that the truth stings. And when you hear some feedback, and it stings you. It's like, oh, Ouch. There's some truth in there that you're not willing or haven't been willing to really sit with and this truth stung it really stunk. 'cause I knew it. Semi sat with it. And I stayed with it and I slept on it. And I walked with it. My husband asked what's wrong? What's wrong? And I just said, you know, I don't wanna talk about it. I knew that that talking about it in this case, sometimes it is helpful to talk about it. But I knew that talking about it in this case was not going to help me because I was in the middle of it. When sometimes when we're in the middle of the crap we talking about it is like just regurgitating it, right? It's it's it's like re cycling dirty water. Right. It wasn't going to help me to talk about it. Because I was in the state of it. I couldn't talk my way out of it. I think that's really what I'm trying to say. Sometimes we get knocked into a place knocked out of balance so much. So that we can't talk our way out of it. We need to simply let it be we need to simply let our body process. The emotion because motions coming go like thoughts coming go, these emotions, and these these actually the physical state comes and goes as well if we don't lock onto it being permanent. It will come and go it will pass. So I believe I've I've heard that research shows that emotions just general emotions can come and go in a couple of minutes. I think it's ninety seconds, actually. But don't quote me on that. But let's just say a couple of minutes. An emotion if allowed to be can come and go, some emotions the problem is when we continue to think about it and think about it. It's like re triggering it re triggering it we continue to put more wood on the fire, and we keep that flame alive. And this emotion will stay with us. And I knew what was happening for me. It was going to stay with me awhile because it was a biggie. I needed to really sit with a. I couldn't just let it pass. It wasn't just gonna pass in a couple of minutes. So I just dropped to my knees for twenty four hours. Maybe it's longer. Maybe it's shorter. Who knows? But I did I just let it be an did pass. And I feel better having gone through it at the end of the day. I knew that I would be better to going through it not talking about it. How about you? One. Does this stuff come up for you? When a you at your niece, when do you dropped here knees? I heard years ago. I was listening to a interview with Bernard Brown who I love. I think she is just a remarkable woman raw truthful, bright smart level, headed honest, and she was talking about when one of her books came out in it wasn't her. First bucket was like her second or third book and she saw a bad review, and she found herself on the floor of her pantry in fetal position. For a few moments like while like it chokes me up even thinking about it. Right. Because here is Bernie Brown New York Times bestseller amazingly successful. And she still can get brought down to her niece. And I've heard it from actors performers. You know, leaders leaders that you would think are rock solid that get brought down to their knees. It happens to all of us. But at the end of the day, they're still glimmer. They're still that glimmer of hope that we are doing our best. We are trying our hardest and that it will pass. And we could only be better from really looking at what what is bringing us to our knees into notice this truth here, something I need to see here. What needs to stay and be cultivated or improved upon an what can I so they are this? I believe in you. I believe in me, I knew what was happening to me. And I knew I believed that I it would pass, and I would be wiser for having gone through it. What is it that you need to go through? What is it that you need to face? What feedback have you recently gotten or not gotten that might just be that slap at the back of the knees that makes you drop what do you need to see? And this isn't to you know, to to to bring you down. It's actually to raise you up because I think the best of us the ones that those of us that truly are connecting out there that are truly making a difference in one to five five million lives or the ones that are willing to be brought down every once in a while to see to really see what's happening to see what we're will not willing to admit. We are brilliant beings with intelligence flooding our systems twenty four seven we have individual unique gifts to share with the world. We each do. Every single one of us has a unique gift to share our own unique version of brilliance of intelligence of a live -ness of brightness. And if you feel like you're not finding yours if you feel like it's still just blurry in your unsure sit down with your journal sit down with yourself. What am I not willing to admit to myself? Because of you're not getting the feedback from the outside world, which by the way, we are getting feedback all the time. We're just oftentimes not willing to hear it. We put the walls up not willing to hear it today. Don't even go there. I get that way as well for not getting feedback from the outside world, then we need to go in word and give ourselves our own feedback. What am I not willing to admit? What may just be bringing me to my knees that I'm not willing to see? Because in that we start to see the light that bright light that may just be a little glimmer that I see in you that you may not be seeing in yourself. So sometimes it comes from the outside world when we're when we're ready for it. Sometimes we need to pull it up from within. But when we do so folks, we start to believe in ourselves more immoral. Allow yourself to be brought down every once in a while allow yourself to be in fetal position in the pantry. Just like I was for twenty four hours this week. I feel stronger having been there, I feel clearer. I feel more human actually feel more tender, and that's why I just sat down I was going to skip this week. Actually, I was gonna it's Friday before Easter, you know, what no one's going to be listening to this on Easter Sunday because I usually published on Sundays, but I felt it I felt the rise. And I just sat down and plug it in. And here we go. So let me know we out to me CARA at care, Bradley dot net. Let me know if you are allowing yourself to be brought down to your knees seriously, just reach out. I answer all my emails, and I'd love to hear from you. The other thing is I have a couple things on my website a three part video series. Few. Just subscribe put your Email address in that's going to offer you a standing and floor movement. Practice really short to help you shift into coherence help you shift into your optimal physiology clear, calm state of mind body and also just you know, to to receive my weekly dose of flow. I'd love to have you engage with me. And lastly, if you feel like this these. Podcasts. These short episodes, touch you? Then I'm going to ask you to share it with a friend because that's how we're going to grow this thing together. That's all just Email, a friend say, hey, you may wanna listen to this. You never know how it may help somebody else. Spark up find that deep maybe glimmer of of a flame inside themselves. I thank you. Thank you for listening. And wishing you a fabulous day. Stay open stay awake. Stay alert and be willing to see yourself. Clearly, take care.

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Star Witness

Article II: Inside Impeachment

23:59 min | 1 year ago

Star Witness

"From NBC News this is article two inside impeachment. I'm Steve Kornacki today it is Wednesday October twenty third and here's what's happening and my ten short months in Congress it's not even noon T._v.. News Anchor in America here in Normandy hundreds gathered to honor the heroes this is what it means to be American evenings on your local N._B._C. Station ordering Russia and it was a country that the US wanted to support in every way it could and then of course when Russia invaded Crimea when Obama was had been policy to Ukraine long before trump showed up for years and years was seeing Ukraine as a country that was under pressure because it's as president and then pro Russian forces then took control of some areas of eastern Ukraine the US policy was to provide the policy of strong support for Ukraine would continue and that he would support me in defending that policy so again this is the end of May this is almost was the general understanding at that point of US policy toward Ukraine right so his understanding of policy towards Ukraine and what it really the phrase and elicited size and gasps Republicans say Taylor's opening remarks don't tell the full story and ninety seconds we had when it comes to ambassador Taylor we did get his opening remarks transcript of his opening remarks they run fifteen pages long what he does is he assistance in every way it could to Ukraine to try to counter what the US calls Russian aggression and he didn't want to take the job and then get lays out his basic story in chronological almost novelist detail we thought we would do here is just go through some of the wants before that trump's alinsky phone call when Taylor says maintaining existing policy to Ukraine was so important to him what was he referring to I made clear to him and the others present that if US policy toward Ukraine changed he would not want me posted there and I could not stay he assured me after hearing testimony from the Acting Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor Taylor was expected to be a star witness in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and the highlights of it some of the most important potentially significant things he had to say and then go deep on them with you they raised a bunch of questions so maybe you can help walk us through John Radcliffe Destroy Taylor's whole argument so what did we learn from ambassador Taylor's opening states takes place at the end of May was secretary of State Mike Pompeo Taylor says this in his opening statement he says during my meeting with Secretary Pompeo on May twenty eighth them so I'm GonNa Start near the beginning of his opening statement he was talking about basically his interview for the job the job of being the top on to Ukraine these depositions all of this testimony but of course it's been tricky for us because so much of it has been taking place behind closed doors no cameras no publicly available transcripts but Democrats were disappointed his testimony will be well we will be held up as a significant component of the pathway to how what we aside when it comes to articles of impeachment should be his opening statement which is now in the public domain is devastating to donald trump it was very damning for the president remember this Kiro and find out oh no we're not going to support Kiev in a robust way and that's where he's coming from and he he indicates here that he Asian was behind closed doors so we don't know everything that was said during the nine hours of testimony but Taylor's opening statement was released on Tuesday future that policy was in question is is that what he's saying that's right there was a real strong reason why he was asking Pompeo for reassurance because had some concerns at that moment deciding whether to take this job because the context here was Uganda which Maria advantage had just been recalled as the US ambassador he knows that his former colleague Masha yovany which had just been recalled from Kiev and it was under very strange or her he alludes in this statement to the idea that she'd been caught up in some kind of political web he had some sense that the is he went through the methodical evidence and notes that he'd taken it provoked size and gas according to members who were in the room with him his testimony represents a C. chains career diplomat of very senior person who had a very good reputation and Bill Taylor knows she's gotten recalled early because somehow she's run afoul of the White Dandelos is a national security and global affairs reporter for the Investigative Unit at NBC. I'd in high alright Dan what we have been following all the aspects that Zilenski of the new president seems to be moving quickly in a positive direction breath of fresh air but he also can be effective and so he concludes he can be effective so he gets enough reassurance to say yes to take job this is again at the end of May then he actually June seventeenth I think that's when he finally arrives in Kiev the capital in Ukraine to take over again June seventeenth this is now almost a month kind of unusual and maybe suspicious circumstances there were these right wing attacks on Uganda which that came out of nowhere this is not a household name this is just a informal irregular channel and at first he thinks well the end goal of each of these is the same which is you know supporting Ukraine involves Kurt Volker who is the political appointee who's the special envoy to Ukraine and also there's a connection he learns to Guiliani Rudy Okay A. is the policy going to change on on Ukraine and be are you going to back me up when I carry out this policy so that's where he's coming from and he said Oh a highly irregular channel he calls it and that involves ambassador Sunland who is the political appointee as trump's ambassador to the European you says in his opening statement when Pompeo asked him if he wants the job he says he wanted to say yes but he also says it wasn't an easy decision because of this whole she is conducted the way most of us would assume it is by diplomats by the ambassador by the State Department by official channels but then there's also discovers where he calls a weird combination something called he calls alarming circumstances where there's the regular channel where foreign policy a little bit more than a month before that phone call so in the middle of June when he gets to Kiev what is Taylor saying he found there in terms of the situation on the one hand there's some positive the house and so he he wants to make sure he's not walking into to a mess and that he's going to have pun pails full backing he wants to know from Mick Mulvaney who is not only the chief of staff to the president but also is still technically overseeing the office of management budget of security assistance for Ukraine until further notice I and others sat in astonishment so describes a moment when he says he found out the aid the aid to Ukraine congress had been approved that he believed was going to be implemented was going to be provided Giuliani trump's personal lawyer so he he sees that there's the formal diplomatic process the way it sort of should operate in theory and there's this union not a career diplomat of very rich man is a successful hotel business owner and contributed to trump's inaugural committee and talk about investigations Ukraine having investigations involving the two thousand sixteen election may be Biden's and US policy he says he starts to describing comes I think he says July eighteenth that would be a week before the phone call and that's when he says he starts putting together the pieces of would that together about a week before the call is that right that's right exactly yeah he's starting to put it all together and he's getting more and more worried so then Taylor helping Ukraine counter Russia and so on okay so then you're describing mid late June when he gets there the next development blowers complaint the President of course continues to insist there was no quid pro quo was a perfect call that is his public line but continuing with Taylor's tests or Republican official and former Republican official and that foreign official says well you know if your country asks you to do something you do it if you aw cloud hanging over your departure and he says you know my wife told me not to take it and then he he turns to a to a former meant the various criteria including anticorruption efforts so this is a major moment in the word astonishment is the appropriate one because this is somebody from oem be do we know where that we're that order was coming from well as far as as we know it came from the president and it was actually being held up this he says is on a video conference with officials from the Office of Management and budget here's what he says quote toward the end of an otherwise normal meeting a voice on the call the person was offscreen said that she was from Oh mb and that her boss had instructed her not to approve any additional spending clear has been said about the aid being held up in fact you know this was something that the Department of Defense publicly said we are ready to release this money Ukraine has meant cop dawn to the whole situation and he is now pushing back and expressing real concern saying you know Ukraine needs Sunland sunland tried to explain to me the president trump is a businessman when businessman about to sign a check to someone who owes him something he said the businessman asks grice says appropriated money that executive branch has to spend it's not really a choice so if you delayed the spending of money appropriated by Congress you have to have moaning with this opening statement he then talks about a conversation with sunland on September eighth so now we've moved you know about six weeks passed this phone call assistance and you're telling me that Ukraine has to conduct investigations that would help the president politically to get its assistance to get it July twenty fifth that is the phone call that is president trump and Zielinski and of course we've now read the rough transcript of that we've seen the whistle meeting with the president in the Oval Office and Sunland is trying to explain the president's thinking to Taylor and also kind of just defy it or rationalize the position and he's saying well you know he's a businessman and businessmen aren't going to sign a check for you until you paid that person to pay before signing the check so this is six weeks after the phone call sunlen having this conversation with Taylor what's the context here what's happen he's stood up publicly recently and said yeah the president ordered that to be held up but at this point in this phone call this video conference nothing in in those six weeks to prompt this phone call so at this point now there's tension building between Sunlen and Taylor because Taylor has now explanation so you've just taken us through Taylor Making from his vantage point a case there up on your bill to them and Taylor's responses hold on that analogy doesn't work here Ukraine doesn't owe something to president trump specifically I think they mentioned John Ratcliffe from Texas do we know anything about what happened behind closed doors what they might be referring to there I think and he says in his opening statement that President Trump told ambassador sunlen that he was not asking for a quid pro quo he says again he's relaying a conversation yeah it was the only thing that was made public from that hearing On Tuesday I Kevin McCarthy Devon Nunez some of the top Republicans they have said that once you Taylor's presentation you would think they would they would cite some detail you would think they would leak something or make reference to kind of buttress their argument and up until they have also interviewed several other State Department officials including the former ambassador Marcio von Averge and we don't know all the details got beyond this opening statement again

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Expat Health Fundamentals: Enhancing Wellbeing Through Fitness and Nutrition

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Expat Health Fundamentals: Enhancing Wellbeing Through Fitness and Nutrition

"Hello and welcome to the thriving of altogether podcast series and episode fifteen. I'm Louise Walls and expat change in transition coach and your host for these conversations. Thank you for joining me today. Wherever you are in the world you'll staying safe and healthy in these quite extraordinary times over the past five weeks including in publishing the thriving together series and in the series. I'm speaking to arrange amazing professionals. You have perspectives insights and advice to share. They're really hope will support you and your loved ones through this challenging time. Go and take a look at the policy episodes on the thriving. Website clicking on the tab of thriving brewed together podcast series for listening to this on the thriving but website. Remember that you can subscribe to this podcast series on any of the major podcasting heist such as I jeans stitch-up with spotify so onto today's podcast episode. We all know how important keeping active and eating healthily can be for a general physical and mental well-being sadly in XP hints. At least and. I think I'm like when times get tough and we face challenging experiences in our lives. Fitness and nutrition can be two things up fly out of our everyday regimes. Perhaps we reach for the comfort food and convince ourselves that we're too exhausted. For exercise there is so much evidence demonstrating why we should prioritize healthy food. Annex assemblies from positive impact could nutrition can have our immune systems to the impact of exercise on cognitive and mental functioning. And this episode. I really excited to welcome run. Thomas from at critic Fitness in the UK runs my pus. No China on nutrition coach. And he's here to share his insights into how we can easily build positive habits into our routines from both a nutritional and exercise perspective. And do it ways that would energize us and build a puff physical and mental strength to typing in these challenging times. I hope you enjoyed the conversation. Okay so hello and welcome to the conversation today Ryan great to have you here by the way he's I it's lovely to have you join thriving compensation and I'm really looking forward to talking about How we can think about fitness and nutrition Otherwise SUPPORTING US. This time when the extras levels slightly raised. I'm quite sure wherever you will cases in the world at the moment So you when you when you see people and I know because you well. I've been training with you nine year. Old Nine with your clients. My what well noticed the first thing people like go in relation to the health and fitness when times get tough they are in the mine and So I think especially in the UK is monetarily being all the countries but especially in the UK. We definitely live a an older. Nothing coacher in this country said I think from look. It is a domino effect When when one thing goes all the time for everyone a law things guy at the same time Found climbs. They've they've wanted to the gym than how can I possibly Trying if I come train. Connie appropriate than of Everything goes out the window once I I think for people who especially in the guy. it's not all or nothing. Conaco but if I had to choose one thing that they will let go off. I think it's definitely got to be nutrition. I think for for all of us with wide for those sweet treats and maybe alcohol as well as a way to deal with stress when when stress hits is the fussing go for when we see some some those gloomy news headlines a think retrea straight into those The sweet tracing alcohol Probably fussing goes from most people is. Is that nutrition really? So yeah I can definitely relate to that and alcohol thing is well I think in the UK reports alcohol consumption oil sales have risen by twenty percents since we shut down Yeah Yeah that. People are definitely cutting. Today's Okay. So let's take you two should Than what all the things that we should be paying attention to in tons of on nutrition then And I guess bearing that people around the world to having to be creative about nutrition pending what's available in shock and so on but what should be we we be prioritizing. When it comes to on nutrition thing I think for me as as united ways it is all about and I think the lots of the best research on what we why we on how we feel when racing comes back to the habits that we have in our life and I think especially the stress will time and habit habits kind of what about the domino effects. Once you start the Diet of the bond breakfasts There's a there's a high chance you'RE GONNA follow it up by Bob. Lunch in a An all right dinner so I think if if anything. It sounds counterintuitive but I think stepping back on trying to look at your nutrition habits head on this time so I think relating Question just come about if I if I am feeding stress on found myself getting to alcohol or fouls too sweet trays. The edite one is not making me feel. Great longtime than than facing that habit had on in Replace the Reward at the end of the habits habits tend to work in a queue routine rewards Q. Is JUST IN AS AUTHORITY STRESS? The routine is like guys. The cupboard on the road is feel better. Because dolts mighty cupcake. Now I feel better so I I think if if anything the fussing. Pay attention to Wa- habits like food moment because we all such creatures of habit and routine on everyone's routine has gone out. The window used to leaving. Work fussing moaning and you know this is what we used to eating Have Lunch the data the office? So whatever say Based around the food the usually house well as they say so within that then suggest taking a step back and writing out your new routine your New York new food plan what your week is. GonNa look like and I think. That's maybe what's kind of frighten people off his son a dead have any routine anymore Any Zine around stage so do I just have to get up to the morning. What do I do? Yeah Yeah yes. It feels as new habit until I know you're very big on having a plan for the week and and see that been really. I let that go for the first two weeks which meant that. We were getting seven o'clock in the evening and the family would be looking at me ours. How Russell stuff last minute? So I reformed myself this way. Can we have a plan? Which is that show for. Help with shopping because now shopping is the place to be done once a week. We know what supposed to being the pig out at today's to stock up so that you know has an effect well But it means I'm ready having think ahead and make sure I have things but I can use oversee for all the males. So how the plan and then Healthy Habit yeah. I think you said people have them go. You know they might usually have available but there is still some cool guiding principles that we can all go by in. We're looking for some colorful vegetables. Age Male in any region of the world. You can have access to some vegetables and trying to make sure that each male is a great great fan of having some vegetables of breakfast as well but not. Everyone loves that idea. I think is a great opportunity I'm really think taking the opportunity On having zeroing in on having minimally processed a nutrient dense fade. Sipe is no has never been more of a reason to be eating foods all the victims in minerals than right now so I think staying away from a the process failures thing. His call of the problem is well once again. Going back. To your first question of Yemen people do feel do fill stress since the processed foods they go for on those the ones that have the least nutrients in on have have moved. Penn state lead lead to a Down Regulated Immune System. So is a bit of a cycle not lately so lots of healthy vegetables and fruits and you'll storm on protein. I am having some healthy protein with my meals. As well info can up a A lot of people don't realize protein is on my skull bay. The by name is kind of The fitness world will just think protein shakes but Brady of bodies make Some of our immune cells are antibodies out of protein so We really need protein. Doors full that for that purpose right now but will say just general tissue Bodies Wear wearing tear. We all stressed. We are turning Bodily tissues and we need to be able to replace them wave Building blocks so the all protein is well. It's it's bad for those things but also cite massively help times of Sitai so we're not just sound snacking because we feel a bit more full. 'cause ours is going to provide for us both. If if you all being more proactive in you all getting some workouts in and you all going to be coolest thing some metabolic damaging you need to give your body. The building blocks to repair it from it. So there's lots of reasons. I think to get extra-base surprising So yeah I think for me. It's if there any habits you could focus on with a some colorful vegetables. Age Male Also provides a eating mainly minimally process on nutrient dense foods. I'm totally getting pricing in each male. And I think if you stuck just with those three Hubbard's you'd be you'd be doing pretty well really end great and I'm thinking probably thinking about trying to be starring means systems as well. What what's your view about taking supplements if we're getting a balanced diet in the sense that you just described. Do we need to be in food supplements or not think we probably getting enough of what we need to have a healthy immune system from the food effective? What would you think the There's a there's a few things trustable people that realize the seventy percent of the body's immune system is in the digestive system so Taking Parak- ought digestive system is August of cool when it comes to immunity so getting a good amount prevail take on pro biopsy foods in dollar is ray imposing and say to answer your question about supplementation. I think that's really about what will have access to because if you haven't got access to get sources all pre Latigo probiotic than I'm going to struggle to debase means system as well and in that case definitely having some supplements to be ready helpful. Can you give us a what? What DO GIVES US match? Khanate vile impre biotech. I'm a premium main vegetables. You'll get out from being like asparagus. Garlic leeks onions Different sources of carbohydrate would be Some Bali in Eide's keen law potatoes on Fruit Hans people have taken as well. Apples bananas berries citrus fruits and fats whiled so Flaxseed or chase AIDS Pre well take is what the the bacteria feed off of the good The PRO bowl sick With bacteria in Getting Mol- dairy so yoga cheese cafe Anyway so alive and active coaches in it an infant for probiotics as well so Kudos Sauerkraut. Yes Oh there's another good one for forensic products say yeah you know bitter research online as the as is allow bad but that is the main sources and then I think that's it if you're looking at like shop and you're struggling to get holdidays things at that. Point ordering ordering supplement could be a great day unequally for other sources of nutrients that are going to play a role in your meaning United feel finding it Radi Hall to get hold of Protein is we just talked about. Having a protein supplement. Could be a really good idea. Think it also maybe some of the pressure of future up not needing to include as much meat soul old facial whatever it is like get your pricing from To be able to have a nice it is definitely some benefits. The supplementation is just not. I like to think of supplements as making up around twenty percent of your Diet A maximum of twenty percent all one intake day should be a of that specific nutrients protein Have one sorry off official intake Today could be a good way to look at it as well right okay. Let's pretty helpful and encouraging for me to do I see I think what the EPA in my Dot Unfamiliar K. But Yeah definitely protein shakes. I very useful if you Not I find eighteen. Protei as in the meek full of protein times a day quite tough but the protein shakes kind of license. Delay slightly. Between O'Connor says can make protein shakes kind of Nice gravy and that as well The rich the lease because somebody will sink pro-syrian shades and they conjure up this horrible image of this kind of horrible powder that tastes revolting Shakes long way especially in the lost ten years on most of them now especially the on flavored versions. If you put them into a non-shiite with some berries and seeds You know some some vegetables you you can't taste this. Yeah I agree. Yeah they cannot be surprisingly say. Yeah and a great way. Then I think any of your Bacon three free that you might as well Not flaxseeds that kind of thing. Yeah Yeah Yeah great can be. It can be a great replacement for me and I think it's I recommend I recommend climbs regularly especially with the so busy straight up an avocado. It can be a great breakfast Instead of having to the Knicks is so good snags quick can have a really good so nutrient profile. Yeah Yeah now three point and for people who are in the UK whether it's a struggle run on exit. Or I think that might have settled down. There was run on the need toward that role but I think things are now okay. So that's the kind of nutrition. Obesity be healthy approach to nutrition. Could like at the moment. What about exercise? You know gyms in the and I will. I will have closed down old stuff and the group activities The what can we think be doing instead. I think Louise You took point one this morning. I did. I mean the whole fitness industry has gone online. Everything's gone virtue of anyone. The has So gained Innovative won't to in the clients so the members has taken a step to go online. And they're all in a hundred hundred pre workouts appearing and of clauses that you can try and also apps out that and that that really is so much that you can do i. I'm to stay active at the moment and I think it would anything just about having the right mindset with it and not having that old or nothing while. I'm just going to wait until the gym Marino. And the KISS. You can wait until the gym. Where bins and it's going to take you a month six weeks to get away you were day. Whereas if if you're able to maintain a level of activity you gotta get strike-back announced right off of Where you left off maybe even be able to make some progress As well ending on what your your goal is and so I think I think the mindset is really important when it comes to Sang Challenge and I think that's the best way to look at it. How am I gonNA take on this challenge of staying onto home? Another thing getting a bit creative as well has been a of soft coming out of using books bags Bottles Heim being cans to did use whites unusual living room and create your own Little Heim Gym so I think those are using this verse recessions in getting creates it as well. Yeah absolutely. I not that it's really important for my mental health as well actually the days when I stopped. They with makes US I. I've tenderly so much will pull this so I think there's more than a physical benefit ever could. Isn't that opposite absolutely? I think that the mental side of things is almost worth more than the physical benefit. Think we about the benefits of exercise. But I think in three the benefits in terms o- of just you your mindset in being able to control something right now I think is really important So much is out of control. It's important to take control of something within your day on deciding. I'm GonNa go and do some exercise. I think but you in an empowered position on choosing to do this. I think that's really important. But then also be they scientific benefits of exercise in terms of there's massive endorphin releases. And especially if you could include some some strength training in zeal your daily workouts. Wiki walkouts strength training as united as a rather large fan of the biggest reasons. Full is because strength. Training is a is putter. Opposite in terms of the affected has on your homes to stress so so when when we do when we get really stressed in releases high amounts of cortisol floods. The body coot is always breaking down. Tissues is breaks tissues Oleg for the body whereas strength training does the opposite it releases a substrate human growth hormone which helps to rebuild tissues Better on stronger so makes us feel great at the same time so I think for me especially if you can get some some strength training in the benefits style opposite cage. Yeah Yeah Yeah definitely an. I was just reading cutting you. Just if we talk about on this theory that that that I think it's it's strengthen new During some quite intense other phone did they find such as running Mussels secrete will into your bloodstream. And that makes your brain more resilient and distressing depression. I think in the lead clinic Hypol- pool in research that's been done by a link to The book is also called the Joy of movement by Kelly. Muck GONNA go But not probably explained why we oth. They feel very positive. Exercise as well. Doesn't that I think you were missing. Positives Holdings which beast on me and well. Yeah I was reading about this day. I can't remember it was by. But they were saying that you know. We have evolved to receive this flood of benefits or my exercise. Our Body a sending off the strongest signals. That it a can do more of this. I really like it. You know it's really good for us doing this You know Y we're with built in a running for thirty minutes releases. Endorphins than than any other spoils of any other form of training And I think it's just it's you'll body screaming at you know a visit. Greg may do some more. Yeah yeah definitely and I think anyone who does excise rightly become action that reason because we feel the fail it will mine systems and recognize that it does help hugely with mood. Unstressed reduction say yeah really important. I'm so so people who I think I need to do something but I actually really stop. Perhaps they haven't been gym sick links to Mexico side classes. But it's not being a regular thing. Why would you suggest how would you suggest they start so I think there's a few things I think. Festival trying to get outside every day You know if you knew a country you'll sit around to take wool a run on the bike so think in terms of any exercise plan that might lead like right now is definitely getting out. Saw is the benefit Saudi huge Christmas Day in southern gang outside every day is great And then will I like today's I want to say a mess. Alcon day is also tonight saying some strength training with Some sort of higher intensity training says something that's thuggish on building and maintaining muscle mass on the ocean icing. That wave something. That's a little bit higher intensity in more focused on getting really good cardiovascular workout raising a hot right so I think if you could design a plan would be. Dang outside each day in some form or other than one one day of strength training on one day of high intensity training and may be also working in some sort of stress reduction com ability movement. Say maybe on the third day having some form of Just a stretch routine the the you do home. All a yoga class that you can take online But those those three fundamentals strengthening higher intense day some so recovery based session in in some older depending on what your week looks like said. That's probably how I would structure to think about the strength training. Then I think tank nothing to scrape the heavyweights which probably a lot of people. Don't have hiding away at high. Say They can't do boogie exercises something. It's not sufficient for joining. Yeah absolutely date absolutely the point yet. You definitely don't need big heavyweights to be doing something that would be classified as strength training. The all a huge progression of bodyweight exercises that you can do hyme with. I'm almost equipment. Some of them on on even day. So it's a thing thing off excise easy. It's not it doesn't mean it's going to be easy because this is with your body weight is just move will Something that you might. You'RE GONNA take your time with a little bit more. You're going to take rest. Periods between movements is more focused on having a quality movements and walking specific movement patterns rather than just keeping your heart rate up for twenty minutes. Whatever strength training say on to give you an idea of what looks like what what we WANNA do is target. They what we would Cohen Industry to five five to seven fundamental movement patterns all the human body so the body has these five to seven movements today. Conde- On a looks like pushing things away from you pulling things towards you squatting down hinging rising on. Then they're a couple of others that all about so it's really trying to include those so of movements on than finding those moving on then adding resistance to those patterns so for some people a strength training session. I'm going to be doing press ups against my desk of that's a pushing away from you. Patton for the next person might be about. They find out. I bet you easy on. They need to move to the floor and the next person they might do that with a bill back or whatever so we want to try and get those flight movement. Parsons in A few a few days a week on most of the programs around there. If they're good program that GONNA trying include those those patents so most of the virtual so sessions you're saying the OBSTA coming out that would try and try and target those patterns in a workout and that way we know we've worked to hold human system. Does that make sense? Yeah Yeah Now. I know how you struck again by do. I didn't didn't they? So they taught it and and I I. I'm an example of when he's done run sessions and that that say five or six movement repeated three times around. That's pretty quick. That can be pretty hard workout with you like to finish off Georgia to tell people about a basket and show. I'm thinking about the end this or is that not not necessary. I'd say the moment so we we used finish it At the end of an ours our strength training sections especially if you saw people find a lot of time with strength training so a strength training exercise might be like I'm GonNa do three-set so eight repetitions and I'm GonNa Take Ninety Seconds Russell. Two minutes rest in between each of my sets or am I had that with another movement unrest on one exercise while I'm lucky number. Sometimes that doesn't produce a whole lot of sweat. It's not a really high heart rate activity and so if you're someone that likes to leave recession confidence goal. I really worked hard today. one of the reasons is one of the reasons why we finish up on the end of a strength. Training sessions is just five minutes five ten minutes at the end of your session of something. This a high intensity so we we might finish a strength. Training section wave a Some high intensity training and there is research to say that. Why doing the end of the session way can cause a big spike in the metabolism and it can lead to extra fat lawson so there are awesome more scientific reasons as to why you have at the end of the session but that can be a a good addition to strengthening. If you do like doing the more intensely stuff in it might feed a bit Wade. If you're doing strength training for the first time on you wanNA slide things you go to slide things down. Take arrest periods. That's kind of a Finnish. Would light on than you. WanNa alternate lot with a higher intensity session among the higher intensity sessions Really long finishes so you experienced all from sections the ways so thirty minutes. So high intensity activity That is something that will do. WanNa talk show While I've conduct Hamid a little bit about strength training is a of people are doing these high intensity workouts by an. That's great way to get to do the intensity soft burning calories spiking the metabolism but it does have very different effects on the body to strength. Training is complete completely different hormonally 'em physiologically and they have two different benefits. One as I said before building growing repairing more of them breaking down tissue for energy. So it's so important to have the two. Does that make sense? Yeah absolutely and I mean I guess that's in the olden days when I was in Arabic stone and didn't ever really do any strengths than straightening. I can see the difference in the benefit from having a mix of the TV. Absolutely no I can. I can tell you that you all very strong. Well yeah be worried about what's going to happen at the end because I didn't have those heavyweight from the gym at the by but I'm doing like exercise and actually that still feels pretty tough so it doesn't I think one of the biggest principle is in training is so how much does they exercise or workout routine into different sports different activities. How does it translate those qualities By doing a body weight routine home we can still maintain lots of the quality as in half dot carrier back into strength training. So just because it doesn't look exactly the same amount dealing with with balls Okechukwu bows. It doesn't mean they doesn't have cardiac back into those Back into our regular training regime is against. Yeah now lately and I know even just having quite a number of more press ups and I would know that I can definitely feel the benefit of a wreck if anyone as always you hang on the door and you can do exercise. Suspending will move relying on that to hold your body weight and not can be quite intensive. Yeah no other. Things that can be high A great one if if anyone is wondering about some some kit to invest in they have the opportunity a definitely recommend getting Trx Oil and gas wells. Oh banks just because they have a massive royalty of exercises that you can two wigs with both of them on Beverly's Yeah I could not I just need bells ride and you haven't seen them yet. I have great. Yeah Yeah So. Brilliant when I seen that Stephen overview of how we should be approaching on nutrition and the benefit all repulsive approached you nutrition from uh immunity sick but immunity but then thank goodness and in putting off mental health as well And how we can quite simply maintain home In ways that pets we hadn't realized just a little bit will happen. Thank you very much for your time today and I I will put a link to a judo which is the one runs in UK. On the night. And I'm sure if any of you won't get in touch with him he'll be very happy to connect with you Yeah Yeah Great. Thank you thank you so much time. Ryan. Thank you so much for listening. This interviews provides a g with practical ideas and some inspiration and motivation. You can take away and put to practice in your life to optimize your nutrition unfitness practices. 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