21 Burst results for "Ohno"
Busting Through Limiting Beliefs
"So I got an email today which was kind of cool I get a lot of emails some questions somewhere. Thank you somewhere just hey, and some are like, Whoa, my mind was blown. Hannah thought handed. Epiphany. And that's what happened today now, not going to share the exact email or who even sent this email ball say this. Every single day. My quest is to help you stand up, take a step and repeat get the life of your dreams. Whatever that is you get to decide. You truly get to decide what you WANNA. Do I just believe that my job is show up and drag you get there okay. Sometimes people acquainted with be trying to design lifestyle for you're not trying to do that. Tim Ferriss and lifestyle designed guy believe this you wake up in the morning you go through your entire day I just think you should be the way you wanted to be. You should feel the way you should feel you should be able to do the things you want to do, and with a little bit of conscious adjustment, you can get there. As long as we can break you out of the autopilot thing, a lot of people get stuck in. So when I got an email that says, Scott I never quite understood the lifestyle thing I use to think like you I don't WanNa Packers I. Don't WanNa farm like you have. But that's not is it. It's not she said, I've been working this corporate job getting new job I keep going up to the top and the top. The top things are getting better and better and better, and I'm not happy. It takes my weekends. It takes up my nights. It's cool but it's not think I finally. Got It. was. So cool to see that to say but I smile and get all happy when I see stuff like that. Wow, they broke through call. Whatever you doing today? Whatever's holding you back. I want you to remember that's really the only mission I just think you should get out of bed. And you should have life that makes you happy in the things you do every single day how you work you live we'll you know what you do all that stuff and when you go to bed at night, you're like, wow, it's a good day I'm tired and worn out but you know let's let's do it again. That's what I go for here. If you can do that and I think you're GonNa have a happy life. But sometimes it's limiting beliefs. That crash you isn't it. So I work with a lot of people all the time but limiting beliefs have you ever felt like something's holding you back. You probably have them. Now you've heard a lot of talk about this I think Tony Robbins and some of those guys years and years ago was kind of NLP concept right and I certainly live and breathe in that world. But I don't talk about it all the time. But what are they by the way? But Elihu believe is just something that you have installed into yourself. You born with it you're not born thinking a certain way. You got out and lived. You had experiences. You met people you made decisions, and however that decision affected you at the time it made an impact on you and you lodge it in your brain. You have a belief a lot of times. What happens is when you can't move forward it's because maybe you've had some experiences in the past before that if taught you, you can't do it. I'm not good enough. I never get to do what I WANNA do. It never works out for me stuff like that. Okay. Happens all the time. So I'm working with clients I always go here because nine times out of ten when a client gets on the phone with me, they're gonNa have a limiting belief. How do I know that because ten times out of ten I have one. So I know they do in just a matter of breaking through and figuring out what's going on. So, when I, was this, I always seek to identify it. So I listen very closely. My ears are in full full full active mode. I hear something that POPs up like a block ago that was interesting and I. Identify. Did you hear it said? Did you did you hear that? Now I can help do that but unique, you can do it yourself to it's harder though you have to give yourself some time. We're so busy with our phones and everything else going on in this world. It's so busy right now it's Kinda hard to catch set to catch that action. It's easier to feel like Oh my God why is on the world not working out for me and not even know that you're thinking that way so the first thing is to catch that thought. To pause a little bit and to identify what you're feeling again. That's what I do clients say hey, wait till. You hear what you just said. And I'll say something like this next. What do you mean by that? What I'm doing is a began test process. I'm beginning to see that if they have a feeling attached to it I mean, what do they actually feel about it and why is it making them feel certain way and lots of times they don't even know it's been lodge in there. So long ago ohno civil explored what he really feel about it is it real? Is it automatic? What is it? Is it necessary if you enjoy your life or do you need to keep it, you want to get rid of it. What is that? So first thing is I'm just identified a capture at I say well, look there it is secondly. Essentially saying what's up? I'm testing it. I'm just trying to see what what's really going on there and honestly about nine and a half times out of ten people say I don't really know. Something's hold you back. You don't even know what it is. Yeah and that's exactly what happens. So then what do I do? Well, once I've Kinda tested a little bit to find out what's going on there that I want to validate it because when I test when ask somebody so what are you thinking? What did you say that for what's going on here? They start talking about they kind of randomly go off. All come back and so so what you're saying is that serves a good part of your life or what you're seeing is you don't really mean that you don't need that. The you're seeing is that's not what's holding you back. Your back just begin to validate and here's what happens usually ten times eleven times out of ten. When I identify it. When I test it, and then when I make them validated as simply what I'm saying is this. Does it serve you or does not serve you. Is it real or is a real. And if they defend it. It's probably real. NOPE that I feel that way for a reason that's who I am. It's part of my my character, my personality that's my value I have that before reason. So it's not really limiting. Is it? It's kind of guide isn't it? Yeah A S- lots of times I will validate it and they can't defend it. So, what are you living on that belief or if you can't defend it? I don't know. All right. Let's do something else. And usually they'll say. What would that be? And of course that highly paid position I mean right now i. I usually say something like. I duNNo. What would it be? I know you don't know what if you did what would it be?
"ohno" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Okay. . Apollo short-track speedskating legend Olympic Hall of Famer Serial Entrepreneur Commentator New York Times bestselling author Oh in this guy so crazy talented and disciplined that smack in the middle of his athletic career in two thousand seven when he was at the peak of his powers he didn't just compete in. . One dancing with the stars when I saw the trailer for the HBO Doc, , I knew immediately, , he'd be a great person to help break down the issues that are explored therein the mental perils of elite athleticism because this is a guy who was raised by a single dad who took his dream all the way to the very top and when it was all over, , he had to figure out not just what was going to come next but actually who he? ? Was Fundamentally, , who he was as a person off the rink. . So this is a conversation about what it's like to have a passion with the shelf life, , the mental health repercussions of the Olympics, , and the toll placed on athletes and the pitfalls of prodigious success at a young age more broadly it's about why we sabotage ourselves and how to break this habit, , and it's about deconstructing those preconditioned believes that we all have about who we are and what we're good at. . Apollo gives us a lesson in mindset and intention how to use it to our advantage and what it takes to break the mold of what is possible and my hope is that this conversation will help you form. . A more holistic idea of who you are and. . What you want to offer the world I hope it encourages you to see the strength and vulnerability and and also the power and asking for help but more than anything I. . Really Hope it breaks whatever illusion you have about one in. . Is and what an Olympic athlete is not. . So here we go. . This is me. . and. . Apollo. . Truly. . One of history's all time. . Great. . Olympian. . Man Thanks for doing this course I appreciate you making a trip out here. . <hes> wanted to talk to you for a long time and when I saw the trailer for the new documentary weight of gold I thought this is the opportune moment to reach out. . So thanks for making yourself available I'm glad you did. . And thanks for letting me take a peek at the dock premier. . We're doing this on July twenty nine. . So it premieres tonight everybody's going get to be able to see it by the time this comes out and it was it was really. . Moving for me. . You know I certainly wasn't an athlete of of your caliber, , any of the athletes portrayed in the movie. . But. . This is an important subject that I've talked about quite a bit on this podcast, , which is making that transition from being essentially a professional quote unquote amateur whatever that means. . into becoming a civilian and the mental health implications of what that's like and when I look at your career or look at somebody like Michael Phelps or showing white whose documented in the film as well. . The outsider perspective is that these people all slid pretty graciously into a civilian career path and I think that perception belies the truth of just how difficult that is even for somebody like yourself who's done it very successfully it's a traumatic process for anybody who competes as an athlete at the highest level. . Yeah the you said that very well, , I think the transition that. . Olympic athletes face is. . It's just I. . Don't WanNa use the word unique because I believe everyone goes to the phase at some point in their life. . Right. . So as you dedicate your career, , your path, , your energy your time toward one specific goal and thing that really made you feel give you confidence. . and has external signaling whether you're making more money or you're getting a raise or you're progressing and people are celebrating you in the Olympic world you kind of only really celebrated once every four years. . So if you've got multiple Olympic career. . Call it two or three or five, , and some case for some of these athletes. . You're only told you really good when you're at the Olympics and although that you know that you've got other qualities and attributes about your personality that could potentially be transferable across in career paths. . I think that you don't really feel it right? ? You feel like, , for example, , in speedskating, , we go in circles like for a living I did that for like fifteen years bitterly working on the same things on a daily basis and it was beautiful and I chose that path. . And then I use this a lot you know that. . We have the great divorce happens right. . So my first true love. . No longer can I you know have this person in my life it's there but I've moved on and there's more structure and so Olympic athletes, , there's no subsidization. . You know there's no subsidy from the government. . There's no. . RISE NO SALARY PER SE to be a part Olympic team and. . That's the beauty sport because that's how you do it because you love it and you do it for all the other you know Ansari reasons aside from progressing in your career but there definitely is a very strong mental <hes> transitory challenge that exists with all athletes and only really felt that and notice that I was deathly afraid of it. . I had heard about it but I didn't know until many years into my retirement from competitive athletic sport. .
Apolo Ohno on The Weight of Gold
"Okay. Apollo short-track speedskating legend Olympic Hall of Famer Serial Entrepreneur Commentator New York Times bestselling author Oh in this guy so crazy talented and disciplined that smack in the middle of his athletic career in two thousand seven when he was at the peak of his powers he didn't just compete in. One dancing with the stars when I saw the trailer for the HBO Doc, I knew immediately, he'd be a great person to help break down the issues that are explored therein the mental perils of elite athleticism because this is a guy who was raised by a single dad who took his dream all the way to the very top and when it was all over, he had to figure out not just what was going to come next but actually who he? Was Fundamentally, who he was as a person off the rink. So this is a conversation about what it's like to have a passion with the shelf life, the mental health repercussions of the Olympics, and the toll placed on athletes and the pitfalls of prodigious success at a young age more broadly it's about why we sabotage ourselves and how to break this habit, and it's about deconstructing those preconditioned believes that we all have about who we are and what we're good at. Apollo gives us a lesson in mindset and intention how to use it to our advantage and what it takes to break the mold of what is possible and my hope is that this conversation will help you form. A more holistic idea of who you are and. What you want to offer the world I hope it encourages you to see the strength and vulnerability and and also the power and asking for help but more than anything I. Really Hope it breaks whatever illusion you have about one in. Is and what an Olympic athlete is not. So here we go. This is me. and. Apollo. Truly. One of history's all time. Great. Olympian. Man Thanks for doing this course I appreciate you making a trip out here. wanted to talk to you for a long time and when I saw the trailer for the new documentary weight of gold I thought this is the opportune moment to reach out. So thanks for making yourself available I'm glad you did. And thanks for letting me take a peek at the dock premier. We're doing this on July twenty nine. So it premieres tonight everybody's going get to be able to see it by the time this comes out and it was it was really. Moving for me. You know I certainly wasn't an athlete of of your caliber, any of the athletes portrayed in the movie. But. This is an important subject that I've talked about quite a bit on this podcast, which is making that transition from being essentially a professional quote unquote amateur whatever that means. into becoming a civilian and the mental health implications of what that's like and when I look at your career or look at somebody like Michael Phelps or showing white whose documented in the film as well. The outsider perspective is that these people all slid pretty graciously into a civilian career path and I think that perception belies the truth of just how difficult that is even for somebody like yourself who's done it very successfully it's a traumatic process for anybody who competes as an athlete at the highest level. Yeah the you said that very well, I think the transition that. Olympic athletes face is. It's just I. Don't WanNa use the word unique because I believe everyone goes to the phase at some point in their life. Right. So as you dedicate your career, your path, your energy your time toward one specific goal and thing that really made you feel give you confidence. and has external signaling whether you're making more money or you're getting a raise or you're progressing and people are celebrating you in the Olympic world you kind of only really celebrated once every four years. So if you've got multiple Olympic career. Call it two or three or five, and some case for some of these athletes. You're only told you really good when you're at the Olympics and although that you know that you've got other qualities and attributes about your personality that could potentially be transferable across in career paths. I think that you don't really feel it right? You feel like, for example, in speedskating, we go in circles like for a living I did that for like fifteen years bitterly working on the same things on a daily basis and it was beautiful and I chose that path. And then I use this a lot you know that. We have the great divorce happens right. So my first true love. No longer can I you know have this person in my life it's there but I've moved on and there's more structure and so Olympic athletes, there's no subsidization. You know there's no subsidy from the government. There's no. RISE NO SALARY PER SE to be a part Olympic team and. That's the beauty sport because that's how you do it because you love it and you do it for all the other you know Ansari reasons aside from progressing in your career but there definitely is a very strong mental transitory challenge that exists with all athletes and only really felt that and notice that I was deathly afraid of it. I had heard about it but I didn't know until many years into my retirement from competitive athletic sport.
Kassius Ohno among the names laid off/furloughed by WWE
"Wwe made a lot of cuts this week. talent they furloughed producers. I'm sure people whose names we don't know throughout the entire company. Were let go as well so that sad day at the top of the pro wrestling business. And we I mean you can touch on some of the people specifically who let go. I mean there's Rousseff Rushes guys like that eighty English. Some real talented people got let go All of them have talent in their own right bites. The other thing is like people are kind of really shocked by this and WWE's lend people go go. Yeah they hoard it a lot of talent. This was probably long overdue. It sucks that. They're letting him go in this climate where they can't get another job like shit. You're hoarding towel. Let him go six months ago But even with that being said this isn't a wwe problem one. This is a world problem in two. It's professional wrestling problem. As a whole we look at New Japan. Those guys haven't worked in months since wrestle kingdom like those they're technically not like oh they're not quote unquote furloughed but damn worked in months.
Does the Deficit Matter?
"As evil number one fat, sandy not wanna eat fat. It was bad. There was no such thing as good fat. It was just all bad fat. And so in the store there was low fat everything there were these Lafayette cookies your snack cookies cardio. Yes. Like hockey pucks like had the consistency of packing phone. We're like frozen yogurt. Then it was like a low fat alternative to ice cream, which also kind of had the consistency of packing foam eighties. Eating a lot of stuff with the consisting of packing foam, like even low fat butter. You could've mentioned cholesterol, good, cholesterol, and bad cholesterol. Is at all bad. You know, that's that's another one for your list. That is Jason Furman. He's a professor of economic policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and he also worked as an economist for the Obama administration. And we wanted to talk to Jason because he writes anything's a lot about another kind of universal evil that we had back in the eighties deficits the deficit is the shortfall between the tax revenue. The government collects in a given year and the money it spends when the government spends more money than it takes in. It has to borrow money to cover the shortfall that is the deficit, by the way, the deficit is not to be confused with the national debt. So the debt is like the amount of water in the bathtub and the deficit. Is like the amount of water. That's coming out of the tap in a given period of time and flowing into the bathtub to the debt is you're running total. The deficit is what you do in any given year politicians on the right on the left in the center. The one thing they could all agree on was the deficits were bad. It came up a lot deficit spending should not be a feature of budget. We have to cut the deficit because the more we spent paying off the debt the less tax dollars. We have to invest in jobs and education, the massive national debt, which we accumulated is the result of the government's high-spending diet. Well, it's time to change the diet and to change it in the right way. Government spending is a dangerous road. The deficits the people of America have been overcharged and on their behalf. I'm here asking for a refund, but now attitudes about budget deficits are evolving a lot. There's even a whole sort of tr. Trendy school of thought economics now, saying budget deficits, don't matter nearly as much as we thought that unless budget deficits lead to inflation. We can rack up all the deficits we want. No big deal. Jason Furman is not in that camp. But he says, you know, just like fat deficits are not the universal evil that we used to think they were. Although he did say that he didn't think it was an exact analogy it's a little bit different in that there. Probably is some timeless truth about dieting undefeated. I don't even think there is an underlying timeless truth because the world actually is changing and financial markets are functioning one way in the eighties and other way now and you need to. You know, change, your your an update, your ideas with with us changes in the world this indicated for planet money, I'm carseat, and I'm Stacey Vanik Smith. Dan, the show deficits why did everybody used to think deficits were bad, and what changed? Support for this podcast in the following message. Come from Jimmy Nye, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin and other crypto currencies to your portfolio, protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from WordPress dot com with powerful site building, tools and thousands of things that she was from users can launch site that's free to start with a room to grow. Get fifteen percent off any new plan. Purchase at WordPress dot com slash indicator. Today's indicator is a trillion as in a trillion dollars this year. The budget deficit is set to hit a trillion dollars. Jason Furman urine economist with Harvard's Kennedy School, you also served as an economist under President Obama trillion dollar sounds like a lot. That's scary Ohno's lot and that'll be popping for people absolately. Do I wish the deficit was smaller? Yes. Would I feel better about our economy? We had a lower debt as sheriff are Konami. Yes. So I feel like when I was growing up in eighties. The deficit was just this universally acknowledged terrible thing like the deficit was was bad. I feel like that his changed. But why has it changed? I mean, why did I mean it was really talked about. I think sort of this universal evil. Like, the one thing we could all grand was that the deficit was bad. Sometimes deficits can be good. Sometimes they can be bad. And sometimes they can be just not nearly as important as you'd like to think the time when they're good is in a recession you need to get yourself out of a recession. A'deficit means you're spending money or cutting taxes, that's helping the economy and in the nineteen eighties deficits back then really were a problem now deficits aren't causing high interest rates. So I don't think they're causing nearly the same magnitude of problems for the economy as they once were. Feel like they're kind of two parts of the deficit that people tend to worry about one is this kind of like there's almost sort of a morality like a moral principle at stake about deficits and the other one is just that sort of drags are Konami down. You could think about it in terms of morality because it can affect the distribution of income between generations. They're it depends on what you're doing it for if you're running a deficit to invest in infrastructure. You might actually be helping a future generation if you're running a deficit to give big tax cuts to people who are going to just run out and spend it today, you might be hurting a future generation. So I think there is a morality play between how this affects different generation. So what do you think is the best approach to the deficit right now? I mean, it sounds like maybe one extreme the other extreme don't like neither of those are good idea. What's a good idea? I can't give you. Scientific certainty. Exactly what the right way to handle the deficit is if you have a great new idea for college or a great new idea for social security or a great new tax cut. You wanna do then, you know, cut spending or raise taxes so that you're not adding to the deficit and making even higher than otherwise would have been that strikes. Middle course, it says you're not making a major exit for deficit reduction. You're just doing no harm. What I wouldn't do though is pass a law that makes that deficit even larger what are some good things about running a deficit. You know, the good is in a recession. It can help stimulate demand. Get people in businesses to spend more and help you get out of the recession in normal times. If you're using the deficit as a way to spend money on good things like infrastructure like scientific research, then it can actually make you richer in the future. Not. Poorer the flip side, the bad is if you're spending money on bad things, it can make future generations poorer, and it can drive up interest rates. Probably only happens a little, but it can that results in less business investment unless economic growth, you mentioned that like the economics of deficits have changed. How how have they changed? What has changed? And what is what does it mean for deficits the single most important number to know in? Judging country's fiscal situation is the difference between its interest rate and its growth rate 'cause if your interest rate is higher than your growth rate, your debt is going to be spiraling up as a share of the economy. If your interest rate is lower than your growth rate that helps contain how much your debt is rising relative to the economy right now in the United States growth rates are higher than interest rates, and that's helping us. To grow out of some of our debt burden and it's that key variable or minus Chee watching how that changes over time is I think a real key to understanding how much you should be worried about deficits at any point in time. Jason furman. Thank you so much. Thanks for having.
"ohno" Discussed on Do By Friday
"They're saying you need, you're using up American infrastructure, and you need to put into it. And it shouldn't be fair that you get a million. You get you get a billion dollars of that you like hide offshore banks while people here can't afford out the dipped to go fund me to. Get health insurance to get healthcare. Right. Like, it's crazy. Yeah. Crazy crazy on fair system. So as long as that's exciting. We found some moral clarity to talk about tax issues. And I know that stuff is very popular with Americans. If it's just that we don't bother to like said like we don't put it on the menu and people can't order it. If it's not on the menu. And that's a very good way of putting it, and I also think that this has always been a problem. And I think you agrees that young people also don't necessarily understand and or care about taxes, and they don't understand, you know, brackets and stuff like that. And so we get wrapped in like, the only presidents have been able to vote for our Obama in his second term and Hillary, and like it was you could call it like identity politics for the first time Ohno, I could vote for Obama that like the first time I voted for Obama. It was it was like because change in the wide sweeping things because you're eighteen and that's all you care about. And you're just like oh God. It's Bush's so bad. Everything is bad. My childhood was bad. Let's make it a little less bad. Whereas now, it's like all right there. I don't know. It's like the accessibility. I it's not just on the menu. But it's explain you. You know, what she's the waiter that comes up and is like here's toppis, but doesn't explain it like sin. Doesn't do it in a shitty way to use the menu example, we're talking about like the most young people don't vote most people in this country don't vote at this restaurant. And if you had a restaurant, and you had a bunch of items on the menu, and the most common order people come into the restaurant. They sit down and the most common thing that they order off the menu is nothing. They they haven't they look at the food. No, thank you. I won't have any of you would be like we'd better fucking change this menu. Like if you're goal is to sell food, which like that that we want people want votes that were selling food here. Give people the give the people the thing they want that we actually believe in like, what is the stupid gamesmanship where like we can only order. We can only offer something like marginally better than the like turds that are served across the street. Why? Come into the restaurant. We should be like we do things a little bit differently here. The first sign..
"ohno" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"We're back Rachel just had a nice little chat with her therapist who was like, you need support, go out and get it. So how do you do that? You can talk to your friends and family? Doug, yes. Do that. But the thing about our friends and family is that they bring all the context of our relationship with them to this situation. You go to dinner with your friend. So yeah, it's not the first time, but by the way, so Ohno news to cancers and. Oh, yeah. Anyway, they're not concerned, and it's not that bad. The look on their face. Need to new boobs, but no big deal like I was about to tell you about my honeymoon. Yeah. I was about to complain about, you know. Oh, I'm not going to tell you my petty, and I'm like, please tell me your petty shit. Like, let's have a conversation so I can be your friend too. Rachel has friends and family and she can let them in. But all those people also have their own families and their own lives. In so many ways, we are defined by our relationships. You know, it's pretty used to being single, but was that a win? All this stuff of life is torn away from you, which again is always my specific trauma. You, your identity becomes this thing. This thing that you fear and that you hate that you don't want us. Oh, Sita's with yourself, and you can no longer be, you know, the professional woman or the, you know, I'm climbing the corporate ladder. Oh, I'm busy even right. And, and so I'm not that. And then I was not anybody's wife or mother. And so I felt. I think in my darkest days, I felt totally disoriented, but I didn't know what I was or where I belonged in life in the world. I didn't know up from down. It's it's, disorientation is my best word for it, but that was the darkest place I went because there is a. The stories that you see the most about people who are young and who have cancer are that. You know, they're, they're getting through this and they're, they're doing it because of their children or because they have, you know, a spouse to live for and there's not really that I can recall like a a narrative or I'm doing this because of me and my parents, you know that that doesn't have like the same sort of viral share ability to or like, look at this awesome story. This lady's living with cancer because she believes in herself, right? There's sort of like this external. Like validation of having someone else to live for. Yeah. And even the way you spend your time, like I actually had a friend, my age who had breast cancer. She was diagnosed two months before all my shit went down and she, she had two kids, and so she, you know, they're the silver lining for her was that she spent a bunch of time with them during that time. Right. And so that will that's always your focus as a mother. And so that was your focus, and that's beautiful. Right? So, you know, I had friends. I heard rumblings that, you know, we want to do like that meal thing for Rachel. And I was like, guys, I'm not sick though. I'm not. I'm what I am is miserable. And so my messaging was I don't want your lasagna. In fact, the only thing I had to do for myself was make dinner. So please take that from me. Right? Yeah. And so I don't want your lasagna. What I asked from everyone was I just need to hang to hang out with me. I want to hang out. Don't drop something off like inviting me to dinner. Rachel doesn't have kids. She doesn't have a husband. She doesn't have a love of her life, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have something. I mean, this first step is to accept the disease. This is my life and I have to accept it. And then it was like taking stock of wilbon. What am I going to do and how gonna do this? And also who else am I? Who am I? And you know what I was was a single woman. And by way of being a single woman, I had like this extraordinary network of friends and dudes, and what I thought my shortcoming or something. I was somewhat ashamed of ended up being my greatest strength. During that time..
"ohno" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"You got five i'll be quick about it number one for everybody my age boy it was kelly capacity number two for me was jennifer love hewitt i thought she was from a specific movie or just in general it had to be from what was the show i don't know i actually liked her listen from the movie i know what you did last summer doesn't feel that long ago i feel his foundational five was was she not at the time i met have seen maybe yeah right sorry we don't we're picking us apart each other's picked mina per number three silverstone clueless she was fantastic number four jasmine from aladdin that's not so dot that's not i didn't put patti mayonnaise his dad on here so you don't give a jasmine we're only doing real people who says she wasn't real in my heart okay i'm going to let that go number five it's funny that you said apolo ohno because no joke my my mom mom was it was really feels to everybody it was a it was my mom was a big figure skating fan short and i had a huge crush pristine gucci oh that's awesome yeah that's good it's a really good one i don't believe you on your phone five if like you're leaving out in a basing one i don't believe anyone's unless it's there's one embarrassing one i guess jasmine's kind of embarrassing sort of and she wasn't real she's smoke show kid she's up cartoon character that's a whole separate conversation people that get you to like realize what you're looking for in like oh i think i like boys think i like girls i think whatever thing like apollo if you eat food and get in it you have it for later next voicemail top this is karen calling from texas.
"ohno" Discussed on The 45th
"Obviously like you do not no one says that kind of comments repeatedly over the years very messed up there like he said that if he wasn't her fault if he wasn't that much older and also her dad he'd be dating vodka he said the thing that he could have in common is sex he said he's told people is it wrong then we're trying to my daughter my wife those are not the comments of the man that we all know what's going on here yes growth disturbing but like let's be real the evidence points in the very strong way and there is no comments he's making like it's obvious he has attracted to his daughter like we don't want a minute because so gross but he's not even hiding he just people repulsed thank that okay it's not true it's obviously true and no one wants to say that because people punish her saying it but like the evans we have a staggering and apolo ohno he is out his unequivocally has the hot for his daughter i mean i don't think there's any way to argue that the question is like you know whether or not he ever did anything that's part of that's a little too far i mean that might be too far statements in action are the same obviously it disturbing line of of a statements made by trump maybe the reason tiffany stays far away i don't know i mean i hate specula i really hate speculating but i even hate speculating more when it comes to personal life and the head the relationship he has his daughter.
"ohno" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Get my car and i was like oh i feel like i have to respond to this just talking like a crazy person the podcast right like it happens i die when you're one with adam when you were talking about emoji is and high yield dying he's like i can help i can help him teach him about you so many emojis than the triggers you have no longer care if people think you're sucking more on okay so this this whole this whole podcast is going to be you training me on emojis right this is what we're doing that's what we're here for and that's audience ones it's truly riveting podcast saying to hear about you know do you have an iphone or android android good they recently upgraded from the blobs which i was very happy about which phone do you have a pixel okay and then i went to as seven edge because i just went will be like i want one of these two phones which one should i get then the guy was like fame sung and i can't remember what reasons he gave because it's been almost a year but i was like yeah that sounds about right but now i think i may have to go back to apple because i think too stupid to have an android because i somehow got sort of adware on my own this week ohno and i'm like the curse thin like you're playing what did you do.
"ohno" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Into their lifestyle and they don't have to think about managing that product too often we did is reward live on the reason yeah the oh by battery slow i don't care as long as you fix it and make sure that it's a whatever slow wounds fast again well and then be but it's also like this i i feel like if apple is is in earnest trying to repair some of the will that this has caused they need to be proactive in reaching out to consumers you've got all the records of customers who shopped through a genius stores in got excuse me got products and got batteries replaced i would wanna see at at you know like i i think it would be probably to granda a gesture of apple right now because they're not a magnanimous company either a corporation that exists to create as much value for shareholders as they can what i would want to see them do as contact all of those customers that supplied email addresses if not that then some sort of public posting on a major page of the apple website i would want to see them publicly disclose this was the problem this was our communication were owning it and this is how we're going to fix the problem i'm really not impressed so far with the little dance were doing with ohno this was for the consumer benefit because it really does need to be disclosed at some point that there is no expectation of your multi hundred two thousand dollar product being able to last more than a year and not face severe instability shutdowns slowdowns without wrecking the performance of the device that needs to be front and center for every discussion we have about apple now they put in the bare minimum battery to last you the day when the phone his brand new and.
"ohno" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"There was a story yesterday on split cider aggregate friends split cider uh about how you know funnier die recently fired basically their entire editorial staff and that's something that happened back cracked not too long ago uh they fired about i think 25 people out of the most talented creative people i've ever worked with ohno things and yet the definitely a the most talented people a the only talented people the army milestone though i mean i know i i his entire to be at the level of some of the writers over there has a kleenex box and that is now my shoe you're all my favorite yes so they interviewed this dude who still employed a funny or die because funding does pivoting just to like tv end movies unlike long form stuff but um he was talking about how basically facebook killed their website and hearing him kind of just speak specifically about facebook it really resonated with sort of what i experienced in my last handful of years at cracked uh you know iran cracked through a bunch of different sort of models of traffic acquisition like we blew up a lot like when dig was a thing you guys probably don't even remember dig but dig used to be like read it it was like the front page of the internet yet thing where people will just go there and see what was pop and on like the internet and we were always like on the front page and that's where we got a bunch of like new users who than you know started visiting us regularly but then you know facebook.
"ohno" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Paralyzed woman and then the movie just like it's just the hug and it ends on this joyous gospel so all of this learning how to stand up and steel yourself so in i'm gonna let you go ahead and take the review for this one for obviously reflects shocks me yes i'm not going to be the bushes marie is dog shit but it's it's type of thing that it really it makes me appreciate last week's movie blade a lot more and it's going to make me appreciate black panther probably even more than are already was because honestly it black panther was made now it would have been like this oh yeah it would've been this movie it will end this was again this is were superhero movies were at outside of like batman movies at this point they are made for no money you know it was made it was essentially like a tv production and it was it was kids stuff and that's exactly what this movie is you know and it is just like blindingly stupid and i mean yeah there's really no whole else to say no other other them into this movie does have its its own like beautiful moments of getting fucking bacher's oh yeah oh yeah when a it's asking you like take seriously crosseyed shack with this like like fucking helmet on his head is usually take seriously person who a wounded veteran who despairing the fact that she lost her legs and then be okay with them being mlb max comes in kidnapped syria exactly began in this things ussl bullshit like i'm not even gonna naming a waste any time ohno said this is a cell bullshit and it really really makes me personally blade a lot more and might even make me appreciate spawned more bull see about who will see and that's that's them fight words be continued to be continued next week so with meyer view scan is gonna start with this this movie is so bad.
"ohno" Discussed on Road Trippinâ€™: Richard vs. Channing
"Like ohno is just who i am as a player and jess individual like basketball no i was going to be good and a lot of people cana like have it twisted when they think that like you're going through some some horror like basketball now worried about the onward about uh off the court on my family yet been around sign young like other things like that why grabble myself into a man like like less won't cared of a less while worry about bush basketball i know they're areas okay because our our our our work too hard in the area yeah yeah it is such a good point i now i remember like the first so like i got really fat when i couldn't work a huge subway 250 now was to eighty what but i was i told you i was like depressed because you know it's something that like motivates you every day like you're schedules based on what do i need to do to be the best i can't be tomorrow year right how can i get better tomorrow like and you've got to be crazy because i could run you could run six miles and be like okay i did that in i don't know like 30 minutes in a could be like dan you can remember the exact lower we say i probably could have got harder put your diane is so say okay i would do it again with that could have lifted this or that was hard yesterday i going to push myself more like there's no limit but they would you take that back that it does like that like excitement to challenge yourself when you take that away from me it was like okay who am i like okay what makes me happy for real people so i'll play basketball.
"ohno" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"It's the worst rates were seventy texaco rida a darn thing a lot to these people who claimed to be doctors out now think it's a very common occurrence is natshi bums is it richards subside kebab now lowering said ohno said if you imagine who who richardson the circus shook working street just but would be barb oh a good i'll speak to the chinese people i will go over today and have a little chat with immensely souidania to come up with oh my god i mean that it's just gonna be like a 1970s baby sitcom how how peel while your problem a friend of mine has got an it she bottom h a bomb that itchy bottom i swat say sipkovica has got what an akko help y'all you can yeah august some top gabom father tell you of a brilliant aga fiery job you all fiber jack on your bomb no my bump my friends from far reject rejecting my friends from please all care how much you wall just enough is enough money okay hung on lemerre have look oh moerane how o o i'll name out of our way i saw it hey are you know chinese yards chatto chinese you're not chinese are you no no chinese know from others failed but it's great for taurus because with chinese medicine you see so they expect me to be chinese sotho upon this absolutely authentic chinese exinterior doubt think it is hanoi's yeah is ya.
"ohno" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Balch snoring that hurts my throat i also do a character on bocek horseman called pinkie penguin pinkie penguin his bocek sage and he's just the most beaten down human being on the planet um and then i'll not well i i can't do it now because it a rip my voice out back on a show called kim possible i did a villain named mentor and i would um uh just scream at the top of my lungs in this it was almost like a like a claus kinsky sort of insane german like way over the top day wayward bear fish saying like it was just as nuts and then i also just i do a lot of voice over with my own voice on i'm the narrator on the goldberg's on a b c and i do a video games like minecraft they also just want my i'll let him i'm i shop with the voice nego ohno just do your voice dude holck sorry when did you know you could do all these things with your voice uh i'll be quite honest with you i didn't know that i could do this until i got to pixar and started recording in the fact that they just wanted me to do my voice and not put on a character and that he trust me to do that you know having brad bird say yet do that and and and also the fact that i could when you do it picks are film they don't give you the script ahead of time you cold read it they put it in front of you and you cold read it and and i just it was something i didn't know that i could do and was and was pretty good at so thank you brad bird for showing me the skill that i didn't know add so i'm your piece to start to pop a little bit so if you could just like spill at a little bit of an angle across the my considered directly into the target i was just tell you how i was good at voice alford.
"ohno" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"When we came back from paradise when i met kit along with some of your other friends and i told you had to rules right yeah and so my to rules i hope this is a make anybody nervous about there a significant others friendships my to rules are this single episode might first of all if they're not talking about that person maybe you should wonder a little bit what's going on there because ask if it's this if this is uncomfortable to to talk about a friend or just a different person in general that ohno they're just a friend but they nuton they never come up even though they're having like the separated relationship that's that's a big like that barrier that you talked about kit defenders owning oh maybe you're right exactly we got lit on me but if you're not talking about that person i feel like there's there's a separation communication that can be an identifier for that there's something else going on there may not even experienced yes that is a huge part of why i say that in that's happened several times so to separate axes that i've been with have started a you know like we met someone either alone one situation was we met this guy that the saint talk right but then just like i'm talking about they like started doing things diff separately but it wouldn't like it was like a would you do today i did this in this in this and this oh yeah and then at the very end there was like that that that pause oh yeah i also did this because they they were like deciding you could see it like processing am i going to talk about this person or not in then which is kind of a red flag.
"ohno" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"At bank okay so i don't think of than girls said i kept nothing really comes to my mind look right away and i'm sure after this although oh i should have mentioned one but nothing right now but i think i have been that ohno is coasting happen look after you've seen some one yes see my definition of viagra had a date and you just after through that exactly yeah or one or two or three or have any dates but you've definitely bid on a date with them on the no i don't think of gus usual unpaid destroyed office and are yeah or unreal or kinda grefe myself out of yes trust to just like lee what yeah yeah you wolseley as simply on buys bonded too but if they could contains the common iran dental like straight up just say because for guys i thank you can bitter are the bush of okay so i usually try to going to like cut and laid out of an but if the guy's though my getting at then other come a little bit more direct and for some reason they come back so they can diana even after your direct we'll dicuss a me whether it's a couple of days so a couple of worms in a wreck again but they're like coldplay in joined the friendship i don't honor unintentional on the they wanna have man all right by coming on thanks guys i i love the christina just came on she's truly the cutest person ever really is uh before we before we head out today i do wanna talk really to like a little round questions one okay i don't get why are you looking at the figures i love is looking at you because you're directly in front of me i don't get adam levin and neither does lauren y'all don't no one imagined now you got a whole doesn't get him any marzilli i think a lot of girls.
"ohno" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"Much more lewis said and people kind of you know uh there were definitely people who didn't like each other and they're definitely cliques but it wasn't as you know kind of stratified like that i thought all of the the teen actors in this move your fantastic i mean i like i thought every i thought every performance was spot on perfect um which is kind of rare in a in in in these these movies but like i thought everybody it was funny like it's and really funny nabi fishoutofwater lay alex she can't go through revolving door ohno got his sort all without a referenced i actually funding which at was so would you say we'll get there in a minute would you will get there in a minute santinothei'm so there is one thing at zoom movies as you said inconsequential but just have one idea and it in the idea is something that all three of us has others of daughters that we love i have a daughter i love end uh oh that was very deep i was very i as long as his luggage other daughter is not a out of the to daughter silas of it's a joke couple share we're not i don't i want to laugh at them because i wasn't sure if this was just sad fori got it out just a couple of seconds in the rhode of vision for the volterra who's never called the voltaire he never dreamed tombs his name zand it's it's guy's name he is the owner of a small business salvage company who gets a big city contract goes out spend a lot of money to get his stuff ready to be able to handle kondracke and then his big footed by the feds as they come in and say we're gonna take over the clean up of these the department of raymond control or scrawl.
"ohno" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"We've got accepts all repentant senators who truly believe money may be accepted by all who are willing to trust in its value or god requires conversion of the seoul money empowers the existing desires and plans of the seoul money has the advantages of immediacy universality tangibility and utility so money has a one up there at least a korean good lapidot feel like this the only hold true if you believe in the religion that he's talking about right naya okay because he could get his true and good child does have a background it coming from a a religious tampa guess what i'm saying is i feel like you know god the would does not offer you ultimate absolution if you don't fully in and believe everything about him you know who who not unquestioning you have to you have to contribute something to that equation as well that's a that's a good point an good child is a philosopher of religion by training so i thought it was interesting for him to pose that ohno editor kirkwood i'm not trying to to a discount i mean i think is very well put but i just think it's it's actually missing it does a good job of showing a similar to the two things salathia possible that these two concepts have much more in common than we think we'll find out after a quick word from our sponsor wore home warren we've been getting through from blue apron for quite a while now and we hope you have to it's really fun to get the package that has the ice in the in the thing and is keeping all the ingredients fresh and then when you open it up.
"ohno" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"The pastor would sit any went to pass around the throne and he said pointed at me he said see that guy over there find him and higher him and that's how i got called into ministry and nick taught me so much he taught me how to teach the bible he taught me to illustrate the bible with the bible there's no better way to illustrate scripture them with another scriptural story he taught me how to lead staff meetings he taught me how to do hospital visits in fact the first time we went on a hospital visit he drove the car about forty miles an hour inside the parking garage scared the fire around him yeo said with all due respect pastor don't you think we might get an iraqi said ohno when you drive this fast your tires squeal and they hear you coming and no whatever pulls out of their parking spot i was scared to death on my first hospital visit maybe twenty three years of age didn't know anything pastor said just be yourself say whatever's on your heart in a walked in and the person looked really bad if you've ever been to hospital when you're surprise they look bad i walked out like while you are bad he said from now on just why for the glory of god he told me whenever you're speaking now if you're speaker you want to write this down this is so valuable said whenever your speaking if you forget the next thing you're going to say just repeat the last thing you said and walked back to your notes.