18 Burst results for "One Hundred Books"
"one hundred books" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Was to put a fan on the end and make sure didn't run out of gas so that would have been like four or five hours with nothing to do. And i think maybe that's leading to the biggest change in my life and in something that i know you love and my mother had sent me an article from a guy. Art bush wall. Is that the right pronunciation. it was a longtime ago. May maybe too old for you can question. I don't know who that as york times. Anyway he was. You have to train your brain the same way you train your body and then i was an athlete understood how to train my body in the results of that but it never occurred to me a training my brain that way i decided to go with the top one hundred books of all time was and i was going to read them and and so there i was eighteen years old and i just probably one of the best read. Eighteen year olds in the world. We're going gonna absolutely come back to books. But before i get lost in my own train of thought or the train that koreans off the tracks the theory. About forty three selfishly. I must ask this before we move on. I am going to come back after that to ten great decisions and some of your other great decisions. But what is your theory about forty three. Well what i noticed after watching thousands and thousands of people is that people get glasses at forty three the different notice that like i think glasses fiscal assis physical glasses and going you know and i think there was. I also noticed susic. Incredible correlation of people getting divorced forty. Three and i started to look at what was going on and i thought i think you get glasses and i think for the first time in your life it occurs to people that are going to die and i think they start thinking about what happens on my deathbed and a lot of things that i think matter. Don't matter and a lot of things. I'm doing if i do this for the rest of my life. I'm gonna die a miserable death. And i think people really start looking at the personnel. Mary two children have the city they live in the job they have and of course is what occurs in men's midlife crisis but i think the same thing happens to women men probably go out and buy that red convertible or they did at one point. I think the they're probably found something else now. But but you get you get the idea. It's a come to jesus moment about what life really has yet. And i think the kids what happens at forty three. I think the children are thirteen years old. Because i'd say most people get married thirty and suddenly the children don't really wanna be around the parents anymore and don't need the parents and the parents don't really know what to do with themselves. Especially if the couple is living vicariously through their children. Now you're forty three and you might be having children right now and my assistant just had his forty two just had a child like things are changing drastically about how long people are waiting to have children. So that age may change yeah. I'm i'm happy to say that. I have zero percent risk of getting divorced.
"one hundred books" Discussed on Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth
"Well to balthasar. Beauty goodness truth. A series of conversations about the life and teachings of swiss theologian hans von balthasar. Who is considered to be one of the most important catholic intellectuals and writers of the twentieth century incredibly prolific and diverse. You wrote over one hundred books. He is also co founder with cardinal joseph ratzinger of the acclaimed theological journal communion. It is the purpose of this series of programs to introduce some of the themes of balthasar. Work and perhaps to help some understand better why concerts von balthasar is so important from modern theology and for the lived experience of the church today balthasar beauty goodness truth. I'm your host. Chris mcgregor we now continue with part five of our conversation on honduras. Emboss czars love alone is credible. But dr larry chap an expert from love alone is credible by honda as baldassare from the section entitled love as deed the genuine desire nothing but the greater glory of god love. This alone is the condition of possibility of what they do. A person would contradict them outright if thinking he knows better he words to interpret their deeds as means of self glorification. The saints are lost in the depth of god. They are hidden him there. Perfection grows not around the center of their ego but solely around the center of god whose inconceivable and incalculable grace it is to make his creature freer in himself and four himself to the extent that he becomes freer for god alone. We can resolve this paradox. Only if we understand in the light of god self gift that he is love which is just as jealous as it is without envy so that it can either exclusively to itself just as much as it casts itself out to all the sole credibility of the church christ founded lies as he himself says in the saints as those who sought to settle all things on the love of christ alone. It is in them that we can see what the authentic church is. That is what she is in her authenticity. While she is essentially obscured by centers as people who do not seriously believe in god's love and turned into a useless sigma which is such deservedly provokes contradiction and blasphemy. Romans chapter two verse. Twenty four christ's apologetic by contrast can be summarized in one sentence by this. All men will know that you are my disciples if you have love for one another. John chapter thirteen verse thirty five. This however means demonstrating the truth of dogma. I them and thou in me that they may be perfectly one so that the world may know that thou has sent me and has loved them. Even as thou has slugged. Me john chapter seventeen. I twenty three lovers dean a deed that has genuinely humid with a heavy emphasis on corporal. Works of mercy as it is therefore genuinely divine because it is granted by god's patience and humility and thus adid that becomes effectively present through everything that happens in the church in the preaching and the mass and the sacraments and the organization and canon law. This is the proof of spirit and power it is only at this point concluding with a flourish that one can speak about the ultimate mystery of love. This is the magnum mysterious of the one flesh as being one in spirit as one bread one body a mystery of unspeakable unity. No longer living for oneself but henceforward living only for the one who loves indeed no longer. Do i live but christ lives in me. God himself shines in our hearts a reciprocal in dwelling that lies beyond all imagination proceeding from the perception of the vale vision of the glory of love of the lord to nevermore glorious reflection through the transformation into the same image which the lord works through the power of the spirit. Second corinthians chapter three verse eighteen. Now's the time for us who've have been handed the message to pass it on but we have to truly do it but in i would say in the same manner as heroically as dorothy day as mother teresa or even carlos acute. 'as the young guy. Even though he was facing something cataclysmic continued to pass on with joy. Enthusiasm for entering into love. Now is the time for the great saints to rise up from among us. Yes now is the time for the universal call to holiness up from vatican to to really to really habits moment absolutely but we have to have a gut check as faithful all of those who seem to know or would like others to feel they know the heart of the church that if we can pass it on in virtue to pass it on in virtue to pass it on with creativity to pass it on with cultural awareness to patchett. Pass it on an away. That's real and authentic One of the great problems again with some of the criticism of balthasar. And what balthasar understood. Is that modern. People do not necessarily modern catholics. Do not so much need to be categorized as re evangelized and thus to throw a bunch of candy kisses or proper doctrine at people. I mean that says the starting point. I don't obviously you've got to have a baseline of doctrines and chemical beliefs but it's not enough. It's absolutely not enough. And that approach would therefore one on one of the biggest problems this idea. One of the things that caused all the problems after the council was bad catty cases. No bad kennedy cases was a symptom of a much deeper rot. And that was the lack of challenge the lack of this sense of s catalogs edge that the church had lost in her compromises with modernity and this was what baltasar project was trying to recover that crystal logical s scatalogical edginess that had been lost and.
"one hundred books" Discussed on Balthasar: Beauty, Goodness, Truth
"Welcome to balthasar beauty. Goodness truth a series of conversations about the life and teachings of swiss theologian hans von balthasar. Who is considered to be one of the most important catholic intellectuals and writers of the twentieth century incredibly prolific and diverse. He wrote over one hundred books. He is also co founder. With cardinal joseph ratzinger acclaim feel logical journal communion the purpose of this series of programs to introduce some of the themes about this artist work and perhaps to help some better why hunters von balthasar is so important from modern theology and for the lived experience of the church today balthasar beauty goodness truth. I'm your host chris mcgregor we.
"one hundred books" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"My care lem know carolina some executives in the senate over meaning. Goes this person's looking for you to pay for a hundred books to have them come on the show. I was like well. I never invited the person on my show. And it's kind of insulting the fact that i would have to pay for one hundred books for him to come onto the show and i snapped. I sent an email over. Hey i appreciate you a unlike your body a work. I i really believe in your message in things that you accomplish and you're going to accomplish you don't know my name yet but she will soon and i appreciate it and i screen shot and put into a folder. Sue obviously get a pro. I do meet that individual. I'm gonna let them know. Yeah now you you put me on. Blast cuts now has to be a different and it's like for me and football. I don't do it to make them feel bad. But i do it. So i have dr like michael jordan. Yeah it's gotta be a dig. And i've always done that. The the fifth person. I found out his damon. John right fubu. So i'm in the top five of these people taking hit the hit.
"one hundred books" Discussed on Adult ISH
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"one hundred books" Discussed on Song Exploder
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"one hundred books" Discussed on Even the Rich
"Pun there. It is worth the wait. Since jack's death jackie's been courted by frank sinatra phillip roth marlon brando. Basically every bachelor but ari has something that none of those other men do a security force to rival the secret service and his own private island. Skorpios scorpio's that sounds like the name of a bond villains layer. It does jackie's friends and family think it's a horrible idea. Ariz in his sixties old enough to be her dad and he's made his fortune by cutting deals with fascist leaders. The press those in for the kill. Let me read you some headlines from right after their wedding america has lost a saint. Jackie how could you and jeff kennedy dies a second time today harsh. Yeah it's gross privately. Though jackie pushes back she tells her friends that this is exactly what jack would've wanted. She's keeping her family safe. And for a while jackie's new life seems to be exactly what she needs. She hosts parties under the stars. She finds solace in the sea air. She learns how to speak greek. of course she does. Maybe a part of her thinks she can live on an island forever but life doesn't ever work out that way. The marriage is pretty much. Doomed from the beginning ari wants to go out to clubs and show off his new wife. But jackie just wants to curl up in bed with a novel and ariz. Kids hate her. His son refers to jackie as gold. Digger is daughter calls hurt. The black widow is that I think i'm detecting some flavor notes. Sexism i'm picking up to ari ignores their jabs until his son dies. In a plane crash an ari starts to unravel. He refuses to believe the crash was an accident. And when he can't find the culprit. He turned superstitious. Maybe his daughters right. Maybe jackie brings death wherever she goes. Maybe the crash is her fault. Okay those top notes of misogyny are really coming through now Ari actually re writes his will leaving almost all of his fortune to his daughter and he has his lawyer to drop divorce papers but before the lawyer gets the chance ari collapses and a few weeks later he dies. Jackie loses husband number two and of course his money are revised will gives her a yearly stipend. But it's not what she expects. And almost all of jackie's own wealth is tied up in real estate and art clothes and jewelry. She's what's called cash-poor god one of these days i really wanna be cash. Poor you and me. Both new york becomes her home base again and she starts showing up at clothing. Resale shops with her arms full of her fabulous couture to sell off finally during a round of afternoon. Tea and manhattan. One of her best east suggest. Jackie try getting a job. Jacky's skeptical at first. She's like who me work. She spent a housewife for two decades. What could she possibly do. Her friend has an answer. She tells jacqui she has a good brain and she's organized. She's seen the world and done interesting things. Why not work in publishing. She encourages jackie to get in touch with a mutual friend. Who runs a large publishing house. And jackie starts warming up to the idea. It's the second week of september. Nineteen seventy five when jackie shows up for day one at her new part-time editing job with viking. Press in new york city wo- full circle back to her vogue internship totally and jackie's determined to be just like everybody else in the office no special treatment but that's easier said than done. Suddenly everyone in the world knows exactly where she is while she settles into her cramped one window office and gets to work fans storm the waiting. Room with manuscripts. She just has to read reporters ring the office demanding interviews people call in bomb threats. But jackie ignores it all her co workers get used to seeing her in the break room making her own coffee and waiting in line at the copy machine and getting tipsy on nog at the holiday party Best part of a job. Yep slowly she starts to think of this job as a refuge the one place where she can totally be herself girl who loved to curl up with a good book. Maybe she can help create books. Other people will love and it turns out. She's a natural at editing. Just like she knew how to shape the story of jack's presidency. She knows how to shape other people's stories to her part. Time gig turns into a full time job and after two years she ends up going to another baker publishing house. Jackie never writes her own autobiography but if she did these years would probably be her favorite chapters. She's no longer jackie. O or mrs john f. kennedy or even queen deb. She's just jackie. Got enough for me. Neto and this. Jackie is all the things she's always been smart capable and pathetic stubborn and stylish. But she's doing it all on her own without a man in fact jackie's publishing career last longer than both her marriages combined. She helps bring more than one hundred books to publication and continues to edit manuscripts until the final days of her life using her own money. Jackie designs and builds her dream house by the sea. It's just a short boat ride away from the kennedys place in hyannis port. But it's far more private and more importantly it's all hers there. She can dig her toes into the sand. Swim out into the surf and breathe the ocean air. She's finally found the freedom. She was seeking as a girl at the beach all those years ago. Now she.
"one hundred books" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast
"Two of our series this week. It's an important. What is all about the art of happiness and if you can manage a few ways to increase your happiness you have gold. You have keys to lean your life to the fullest in this weeks series. You're going to be guided every single day. Following a quote and a meditation focus from some of the world famous meditators and yesterday you explored compassion with the dalai lama. Today you will discover how important it is in your quest for happiness to visualize every single day the kind of life you want to live and this comes from none other van. Parramatta hansa yoga. He was a yogi who came from india to the west to share the art and science of yoga and meditation. He came to the united states and he authored. The classic groundbreaking book called autobiography of a yogi. It's considered one of the top. One hundred books of the century parma hans. A yoga nanda is considered one of the preeminent spiritual figures of modern times. He lived from eighteen ninety three to nineteen fifty two. And here's white. He has to say about happiness. And this is also the reason why i selected as this week's weekly challenge you go on and inner peace quest. Where every single day you focus on and visualize how you want to live your life and when you do this every day problems and crises and stress iron so prominent in your life. Because you're so focused on what it is that you want to achieve and that becomes a way to balance out difficulty motions. So here's what parham hans you can onto has to say about happiness. Remember that when you are unhappy it is generally because you do not visualize strongly enough the great things that you definitely want to accomplish in life nor do you employ steadfastly enough your willpower your creative ability and your patience until your dreams are materialized. This is from his self realization fellowship lessons on happiness. So now i invite you to settle yourself down and get ready to meditate. I usually share with you each day. A message from one of your fellow meditators but since we are meditating with the wisdom of the masters. i'm sharing their messages and quotes with you this week. I'll resume sharing the messages from your fellow meditators next week and you can always message me at my sip and own account on instagram. That's the best way to send me a direct message there. I'm sure to get it and you can also email me at mary. At sydenham dot com. I'd love to hear what meditation has meant to you during this time of corona virus. And also how you stay happy. And if meditation helps you on your own happiness journey i so love to hear from you as you begin to relax your mind and your body make sure your spine is nice and straight..
"one hundred books" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Does that. Sound like a fair assessment japanese. And you really need to know that mark you know what they are interesting What they've seen. What's going to be new. And that's that's one thing about my my current boats hardaway's the nancy drew on. Tv and stays. It has such. It's kind of a across generation as a we'll have reading those books so every generation i interesting but some books are the is not as the who You know i hate to sound make myself sound like a total idiot here but The hardy boyz. I know less about. Allison allison's i face hardy boyz. I know see i remember. Nancy drew mystery. When i was a kid there were a detail. Mickey rooney movies. That were kind of the hardy boyz movies correct in that. There was andy. Hardy as the pets student into heart voiced already the same last name. Andy hardy by alice confusion now. Got hardy confusion. I gotta hardy hardy anyway. So they're not related The hardy boys. In andy hardy and sworn there was a series like like the rosa was a film series to remember. How many at least a dozen films by mgm with mickey rooney and not related not really not really and so. Okay clue me in on. What the hardy boyz was i. It was a mystery show in my right net. It was based on the book The hardwood started a first book. Came out in nineteen twenty seven so almost you know enough to one hundred books and media illiterate guy per series tonight in the nineteen fifties hardy and then the first films for nancy drew out in the late nineteenth servings last they had subsequent they the hardy boys. Nancy drew mysteries of nineteen. Seventy seven was a popular sooners Shaun cassidy proper stevens slim. Shaun cassidy. I know the name i favor cassidy's younger brother. No yes and for some reason. I'm thinking was maybe it was on the same network may be on. The same night is murder. She wrote agatha christie Whatever whatever angela lansbury little leader that wasn't the nineteen eighties really. This was just before. I'm going to have to look it up. I'm gonna have to google it or should i wait till your book comes out Hardy boyz just drawn a complete blank on it And i know i can't i was out i. I was playing rock band at that time. Who knew who knew there was television just to kinda circle back to the alison actually sit. There was the film right outs Bring more and there was the tv series..
"one hundred books" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Find something new, and it's better to read, one hundred books, one hundred great books thousand times in two thousand books. They're not great. So if you have a list of books that, you know, we're gonna lead you to freedom. Why not keep reading those books instead of reading other crap? But I mean you guys are now what compiling a list, and a review or something, you know, this this, this was put together by Mortimore other guy broke, how to read a book, and if read how to book he'll put together a list of all the rest of the books that you should be reading. So you can be as free as possible. How to read a book, that's the first one, you should read. Okay. Hilda the less than all other books and put that idea freedom together through all these people through history starts with the Greeks, then the Roman I give you the summary on how in the bathtub on the toilet in bed with our mind. The truth compare and contrast the truth reality. Give me a technique how how to do that. Well, that's okay. So it's so you have to use the word experience. You have to break down the word experience. So and the experiences have the prefects prefects of x and the suffix of ends and brew of experiences peril and perilous danger. So what danger is something that you don't know and to go through an experience, you go out of what you already know, find the danger and you come back. So the x is the means that you've already gone through the danger and the spirits is physical economic going through it amendment experiment, which you've run it through your head first. So you go through the danger in your head first, and then you have the experience of actually going through it. And that's when you go bigger because now you've confronted something, you don't know which was danger. And that's what experiences. So you'd rather have experienced an expert than a professional because a professional will just fess, professional professors. They don't know anything. Okay. Okay. Okay. So this experience when you're doing physical. Give me, you know, for the audience, an example on this. You're experimenting the reading, or is the experiencing of the thoughts the reading or my reading, about something than actually physically doing it. I mean you give me the process here. So when you say how to read a book as you say, read my books a lot. I mean I mean, what's he saying? Well, he's, he's the methods on how to slowly gain more confidence, and get a greater understanding of each topic, so you don't have bad experiences better experiences, better experiences leads to a greater understanding of all experiences in more truth, and the closer. You get the truth, the better the experience. You're going to have. I'm sorry. Go ahead. So what you're testing when you have the danger with the payroll is, is the danger of not knowing anything, and then you go out, you find more stuff now, you know, more stuff and you're getting bigger. Well, this is not just for a lot of this applies because you gotta unlearn you know, people they get older. But kids, I mean, this is kind of how they they're looking everything tasted everything then you beat that out of them. And then school. That's problem. Right. Well. So this list radical the need for school. So if you were to read this list at starting as young age, and there's definitely stuff list that children can read, there's some Tolstoy. He has a book. There's tons of stuff that totally Twenty-three tales that you could recommend that every child any, any adult child. I'm not a toll story reader. But Tolstoy here I, I don't mean that I heard a lot of..
"one hundred books" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"A magazine about migrants and the new fashioned title by designer to Coon Peniche grew. But first, we started show on the topic of travel again, what makes perfect travel book, well citizen, am bankside hotel here in London. Just launched a library of the best travel books. There are out there. The curator was writer and publisher said Emeka from the happy reader magazine, as well with the help of conic travel bookstore, Stanford's I want to tell this week to meet Sabe and Stanford. Ceo feeding Godfrey seven-minute, and we've got free welcome to the stack. Thank you so much for being here. And it's quite an exciting. New project said perhaps, oh, starts view tends to be more about the library project and what does that involve? So the lobby projects is citizen, ammo bankside amazing. Title, and they asked me to compile.
"one hundred books" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"That's tonight and tomorrow tonight in Tampa tomorrow in Orlando, glennbeck dot com slash tour. Bill O'Reilly is with us Bill. Wow. You know? I I wish I was down there. I really really liked this stupid play the cello. That would be exciting. Thank you Bill. I appreciate a lot of people feel the same way. Yeah. I know. So. Steel drum going. Let's just get a quick plug in be. So we don't have to do it at the end. Yeah. Sure. All right. The internet addiction is killing the book industry. All right because people don't wanna take the time to read a three hundred page book when they can just text their brains out, or Snapchat, or whatever they're doing. If you look at the Amazon one hundred top one hundred books, they're actually ten bucks. Ten in the top one hundred real books, killing the SS is actually the second best selling book next to Michelle. Oh in the country right now is I last Sunday. But the one key donkey and dragons love tacos. Out showing me on Amazon Beck, and it's an outrage dragons love. Dragons love tacos, I love tacos, we have a lot in common. I got a lot of talk goes. All right. So the whole you know that. You were the one saying unless you have a confirmation of ally. Don't call it a lot and call it a lot. I know dragons don't love tacos, they don't love tacos. How do you know that people? They don't eat don't anyway. Anyway. That's that's an old charge. Under agains, anybody lights history will love killing yourselves for the holiday thing and the Bill O'Reilly dot com premium.
"one hundred books" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Get the scoop on famous faces. They're perfectly pampered pets and who's walking in Tinseltown from famous paddock's at bestselling authors to television, the movie stars. You'll get the latest buzz from wagging tongues entails garner. Great and have a doggone flying fun time. So get ready for the pause and applause as we all behave, America's agitator Arden more. Welcome to the OB show on pet life radio. I'm your host Ardmore. Hey listeners two thousand eighteen is the year of the dog time for canine celebration. So it's fitting that we have a dog on bona fide canine and history expert on our show today, and she has got some mighty strong typing fingers too. Because this New York Times bestselling author has written ready for it more than one hundred books for kids and today, she's here to unleash her latest must get foc. It's called dog days of history. Please give pause and applause to the prolific and talented, Sarah. All be, hey, welcome to the show. Sarah. Thank you. That was an impressive during a service known you when I was writing the book, I am the punt master sorry. Mark levin. Sarah. No, I enjoyed it immensely. I really did enjoy. And here we go through the pages of your book because everyone each page it showcases why we two legs. We're just fortunate to share the planet with dogs and Sarah. I'll be is going to be our canine died right after we take this quick commercial break. So you all know, the drill, sit and stay. We'll be right back. Time for a pause four furry ones, actually, sit and stay behave. We'll be right back. Hey.
"one hundred books" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Get the book I want to thank everybody in fact I'm doing something special for the for. The first one. Hundred books so I. Know A bunch I know Gary data book got a book is a bunch of it already got a, book already so I'm gonna do something for the first one hundred people who data books and you have to get. This brother now thinks about the name. Was St. he brought a book for, somebody else so I appreciate that. To Steve Go. Get the book though people Amazon dot. Com it's a quick read is a. Short redistricted appointed they no fluff But. I think if you follow. What's in the book you, have good, relationships you have. Good friendships you have good relationships you find the. Right person you All right so let. Me Go ahead and start. Off this. History lesson now I'm a star from the point. Of At the. Reconstruction yeah can take this back literally. I can take this back to Africa But. I don't wanna walk in all the? Way, up like that that's to. Take too long so this time sakes Start right around. The reconstruction period now The funny thing. About History. About. Life in general right Perception becomes somebody's reality even though the reality may not be real because. Of the perception people believe Israel this. Is why I laugh at all these folks will be, posting stuff on Instagram and Facebook and everything else that they think they get the greatest life in the world is because that's the perception at trying to. Give. People that that's their reality, okay Now Let me tell you something that I learned in law school that most people you can you Mike, Google this find this out to be true for. You so Most people, who's telling a story or presenting some kind of. History When they're accurate in what they're doing they moved the hands. Even, if you somebody who don't move your hands when you talk normally when you tell, them a story that is accurate. Or you provide information is accurate you tend to move your hands it is almost like because your hands Your hands remember the. Story as the story is being reiterated So When you go to, reconstruction it was the end of coming out of. Slavery we go into reconstruction for the first time in American. History you all should know. This we get to, vote we got to own. Land we get to get. Educated we get to do all these different. Things, now when you get to that point in, time if you ask a white person at that point in, time what did they think about black? People the response would have been there, hardworking they love, America the family, people they believe in. God And they're. Doing, just fine that would have been the response, if you lined up ten white people that have been the, response of eight out of ten white? People now you always had to like, black folks they. Thought black misleads, fab no matter what Now At this time of. Reconstruction something occurred that nobody thought Would occur as they was letting black. People assimilate into the culture What occurred was this black people came, together a voice a voting block and Batum having a voting block they were able to Literally control who was going to. Be running the country Based on the needs and wants of African Americans Now the southern Americans Those who are living in the south. Did, not want it The problem with black people wasn't that they were black the problem that they. Had with black people in these other Democrats and Republicans. Job by the way these with the Democrats, was the Dixiecrats their, issue was that this group of people all of a sudden all of a sudden had pal And it was. Unfair seen power because they didn't think giving them the. Right to vote would change that much but, it changed everything in, the country politically speaking all right Now I'm up against a break we come back I'm, a pick it up from there and show you how the decision they made at that moment in time is, the reason we're where we it at this moment. In time I'll tell you what I'm talking about we come back you're listening to the WB.
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"Business podcasts, visit c desk, sweet radio dot com. My guest with me today is Tiffany Bova. Hi, Tiffany. How are you? I'm fantastic. Thank you for having me today. I'm super excited. I'm super excited about this because you wrote a great book. But before we get into that, let me do the formal introduction, Tiffany, Bova and I'm going to spell her name right out of the gate because I want you type in it, not while you're driving, but as you're, you've got some place while you're typing her name and her dot com has her website. It's t. I f. f. a. n. i. Bova b. o. v. a. now people in the know will already know who she is, but let me do a formal introduction. Tiffany Bova is the global customer growth in innovation evangelist at Salesforce and was previously VP distinguished analyst and research fellow with Cartner. Tiffany has interviewed guests ranging from Dan pink to Arianna Huffington on her. What's next podcast? I'm going to pause there for a minute. You want to write that down. She has a podcast called what's next? What's next podcast? And her insights have helped companies like Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, oracle SAP del an Amazon, including Amazon web services among them, and she has helped them. So I think we have something to talk about and Tiffany has written and outrageously good book. It's called growth. IQ get smarter about the choices that will make or break your business. No, Tiffany. I want to say one other thing and then you're going to take over. Here's what I want to say. Okay, I'm ready. I read well over one hundred books a year, and I do well over a hundred and fifty business interviews a year. I want to announce to the world that. Your book is one of the best business books I have ever read. Wow, thank you. And I expect this interview to be awesome. So the book again, is growth. IQ get smarter about the choices that will make or break your business. So let's put the context in this way. You talk about context, combination and sequence. So start us out by talking about those three things. Well, thank I. Thank you for what a great amazing comment to make about the book. I worked really hard on it, so it's always nice to hear that the baby's not ugly. So that's always a baby, very, very attractive. But what I did and how I landed on that was I like you read a lot a business lot of business books, and I wanted to see what was missing from what I was consuming as I was on my own journey, right? Because I read to make myself better whether it be on managing or understanding certain trends, etc. And and what was missing for me was the house side of growth and what makes it different from one to the other? So how can people actually put into action
"one hundred books" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To the ob hhave show on pet life radio i'm your host ardmore move over alex trebek's i mean really when it comes to canine trivia our special guests sarah albie rains as top dog she has authored yep i said it one hundred books for kids and she's here to chat about her latest book it's called dog days of history the incredible story of our best friends you know we got a dive right in okay sarah i'd love to dog and i just is rosy kinda your dog right now kind of being right next to you watching or listening or is she somehow gret sonar hearing from afar to make sure she gets mentioned by you well rosie has this charming way of ringing a bell that is attached to the doorknob when she wants to go outside smart but she sometimes she sort of baps it like a boxer just when she's bored and i'm not paying enough attention to her so luckily the bill is downstairs and i'm up stairs but yeah i think she's sitting next to her bell right now i'm just saying this is another classic case i'm an animal behaviors of who trained who right you got it fluently rosie one sorry zero sarah zero but you know you've written a lot of books i'm looking on your site and folks after our show please dash over to her website at sarah albie books in it's s a r a h a l e e books dot com to really popped into my face and radar one is called bugged how insects changed history and my other personal favorite coop happened well i'm especially proud of the subtitle of that one which has a history of the world from the bottom up what i what i like to do with my longer history books for kids who are slightly older you know eight and up i'd like to trace history chronologically from ancient times to present day and i like to trace one thing through history that hopefully is appealing to kids in this case it's dogs and in the other cases it's it was you know insects how insects will change history and then before that it was the history of sanitation but i i actually have one just came out in september it's called poison and that's you know how people have poisoned each other through the ages my goal is to get kids to love history and see how fun and cool it can be but also to kind of make connections chronologically when i was growing up i you know when i was in school i would we would study ancient rome and greece or whatever ancient egypt and i had really not much of a sense of what came first and what came next so i'm hoping kids will come away kids who love dogs will come away with some idea of the events of history as well so i think i think you're going to do it and the third accomplishment is you're getting them to read oh my god right that's pretty good so from what i understand that folks i've got the book right in my hands and i've read it to my dogs cleo kona and mougeot they give it all four paws up and then they had to go belly up because her paws are all up so you got in our household unanimous for a rating i think that's pretty cool you got there sarah they probably got a belly rub they did a tree during yeah yeah so training who right right there's really cool titles in this book listeners some of them are like barking up the family tree no bone unturned who let the dogs in who who who and and dogs glad dog said dogs and bad dogs which sounds like you got influenced channeling your inner dr seuss on that one yeah that was fun i like puns to that's what we're getting along so well that's right that's right so i don't want to share all the gems of the book but i would like to show a little bit and then i want the listeners to get to know a little bit about you to sarah so one of the things i thought was interesting is on page thirty two you have dug up the source for the word curtailed and it goes back to medieval times do you want to share that with our listener sure well back in medieval times there is a sort of a sorry history of rulers.
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"About your dream bucket now maybe we should come up with a different name than bucket already think heap pile stacks if you've got a dog we better keep it with just buckets it that simple what we'll just keep it simple we don't wanna complicate things well we get this in that in the class all the time l people that come in because the majority of the people that come in have never ever invested before they've never traded before at least they don't think they've they're actively engaged in the market in really challenged on their own individual ability to do this a lot of them don't even know how to open in account and to be honest with that they're not along as we talked about that some majority of individuals out there in i think it's all about confidence in it's about knowledge and education right in the confidence comes from having the knowledge and in most people don't do this or afraid to do it because they don't have the knowledge you know and to be honest with you there's so many financial products out there that people are being inundated with either through emails or or on the radio or you go into barnes and noble you could read one hundred books on different subjects on the financial industry financial world so a lot of people they're just overwhelmed with all the information out there the truth is that there's very little of it that you need we we like to keep it as simple as possible so you don't have to learn all this is not going to be like an economics class where you have to learn all the mathematical formulas and everything it just keep it simple and the very simple truth is there's only two things that move the price of any asset it's supply and demand that's buying and selling and if you can just identify the points in time at which the supply is going to exceed demand or demeaning demand is going to exceed supply that's when you wanna be able to make your your trays your investments identify those points actually before other people get into a trade or out of a trade that's the way you maximize your profits well now's not the time to put your head in the sand because people are are truly beat down i mean when you look at two thousand and two thousand seven there's a lot of listeners out there that lost thirty sometimes forty percent of their entire life savings in when you look at really since two thousand and nine the markets up three hundred percent and yet the average investor those novice investors out there are only up a fraction of that since two thousand nine so it's really important to get your arms around your money and realize there's a lot of things that you can do now to not only get a better return but also protect yourself no matter which way this market ends up going well in protection is huge i think the other reason that people are afraid to take on the responsibility of investing their own money is that they're they're afraid of of loss and a lot of people don't know you can actually have an insurance policy on your portfolio all of you people that own a house or they're driving a car hopefully you have insurance on your car but i'm sure you have.
"one hundred books" Discussed on KTRH
"To eight to two eight eight to well well well we have the president's first hundred days now officially in me and in the cannon now under review and as part of that reveal former president barack hussein obama no after being voted off the island we bring you president obama with his critique of president trump's first hundred days for the record i was not voted off the island i was asked to leave now donald trump's first one hundred days urban nothing like my first one hundred books on day one i change the direction of america are closed down guantanamo travel down apologize the non foreign countries bowing all along the way tomorrow nobel peace prize later the fastest amorous play the economy at an unprecedented one point five percent per year for record a years by contrast in one hundred those president trump has only traveled to talk to americans raising economic expectations unnecessarily attempted close our doors to the best and brightest strangers from seven known terrorist hot spots in the muslim were slow the peaceful unchecked border crossings along our southern border by seventy three percent and promised to do more he bombed the syrian government without an apology or promised to rebuild their airfield and angered the moderates and north korea and after all the campaign rhetoric he had to admit that obamacare was actually worse to get rid of them he thought it was after a painful one hundred days it's time for donald trump.