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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:27 p.m. EDT

"AP sports time gethin cool bar the three Pete was denied as the Colorado avalanche are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in 21 years After a two one win over two time defending champion Tampa Bay in game 6 Nathan McKinnon scored the tying goal one minute and 54 seconds into the second period before arturi lechon and netted the game winner midway through the second As defenseman kale mccart took home the Khan smythe trophy as the playoff MVP Overall this team is just a bunch of fighters and our model throughout the year was just Pascal so we never wanted to go away and that was kind of what we stuck with and I think it showed tonight Major League Baseball the American League leading Yankees bounced back from being no hit with a walk off 6 three win over the Astros correspondent Tom Miriam has more Aaron judge hit a three run Homer on Seth Martinez in the bottom of the tenth to win a game that looked like another Astros win for much of it Judge also won the first game of the series with a 9th inning single on Thursday Kind of remind me of some postseason games Big clutch hitting Other AL winners the Red Sox twins rays angels White Sox and athletics In the national league the Marlins walked off the Met three to two on Nick fortes solo Homer with two outs in the 9th Which was awesome I did not want to get swept against those guys Other NL winners the Dodgers brewers Phillies Diamondbacks cubs nationals and reds Ole miss has won the college World Series after scoring three times in the 8th to complete a sweep of Oklahoma with a four two victory Brandon Johnson struck out all three batters he faced in the 9th to close out the rebels first national title It was a dream come true Ever since you're a little kid you dream of being on the mound in those situations And then when it happened you just like go of yourself because you realize that you did do it And engulfed Xander schauffele ended a three year winless drought on the PGA Tour after coming from one shot back on the final hold to post a two stroke victory at the travelers championship Guess and cool bot AP sports

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Will the NRA Downgrade John Cornyn?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 6 d ago

Will the NRA Downgrade John Cornyn?

"Are the Democrats are very excited. Don't believe for one minute the media's narrative. Well, it's not everything that they wanted. Nearly 30 years of protecting the Second Amendment out the window over an 80 page gun safety bill that responds to the mass shootings and Yuval, Texas, and buffalo. 14 Republicans are a party to this. Led by John cornyn, senator John cornyn has an a plus rating from the NRA. I wonder if they'll downgrade him. Do you think John cornyn gets to keep his a plus rating? From the National Rifle Association? And you know what's incredible about this knee jerk? Path towards doing something because we got to do something, even if it means shredding the constitution. If you want to do something, well, let's start with law enforcement. Responding to a mass shooting properly.

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The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

The Truth Behind the Cancellation of 'AJ After Hours'

"Turns out Mindy Herman was scared should have talked shows more than we knew because of that because of the tragedy of the Magic Johnson show. Magic was just bad on TV. It took him years to learn how to talk on TV. He wasn't ready then as a result, it all fell back on many of the blowback hit her hard. So she was petrified of talk shows, but she would never say that to our face. And I knew that things were bad because right before the talk show aired the advertising budget was cut in half. One minute on being in every magazine and newspaper in America, I'm on buses in Los Angeles by face, mildly faced with AJ after hours. I'm everywhere. The last two weeks before the show, I'm nowhere to be found. And the show was gonna run at midnight, then I went to one 30, then 2 o'clock in the morning. Who the fuck's up? The shelves from milkmen and vampires. Who's gonna watch your show with that hour, right? As my father would say, whores and milk men are up at that hour. So I was, I was doomed. It was doomed, right? And that cancellation when I finally got the word, I'm at the hotel. I've told you this story before and gave me for a minute. At the time, my assistant was my girlfriend and she was with me the whole way. And as we're getting ready for the 5th taping, Chris Rock was on that night, some good guess. She gets a phone call. Oh, it's John. John riber. Hold on. John says don't come downtown. It wouldn't mean don't come down. I'm going to tape the show. No, John says there's no shelter tonight. I go, happy to not be a shell tonight. Chris Rock's here. We're doing a show. No. So I got on the phone, John tells me, and he was crushed. It wasn't his call, but he said, we're not going to pull the show. Mindy wants to pull

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President Biden Gives Speech on Gun Control

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

President Biden Gives Speech on Gun Control

"We also will digest today President Biden's speech on gun control last night. Here's the key one minute and one second of it. Cut number three. Here's what the overwhelming majority of American people believe we must do. Here's what the families in Buffalo in Texas told us we must do. We need to ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines. And if we can't ban assault weapons, then we should raise the age to purchase them from 18 to 21. Strengthened background checks, and that's safe storage law in red flag laws. Repeal the immunity that protects gun manufacturers and liability. Address the mental health crisis deepening the trauma of gun violence as a consequence of that violence. That goes along with, I have the text of the speech in front of me. We need to expand background checks to keep the guns out of the hands of felons, fugitives, and those under restraining orders. The red flag there is the restraining order. There are a lot of people under a restraining order who would not have their due process rights upheld if it automatically applied to seizure of their weapons.

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Texas DPS Director Describes Series of Uvalde Shooting 911 Calls

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Texas DPS Director Describes Series of Uvalde Shooting 911 Calls

"The caller identified I'll not say her name But she was in room one 12 call 9-1-1 at 1203 The duration of the call was one minute 23 seconds She identified herself whispered She's in room one 12 At 1210 she called back In room 12 adviser multiple dead 1213 again she called on the phone Get a 1216 She's called back and said there was 8 to 9 students alive At 1219 the 9-1-1 call was made and And another person in room with one 11 called It will not say her name If you hung up on another student told her to hung up 1221 you could hear or that 9-1-1 call for three shots were fired You have 1236 9-1-1 call It lasted for 21 Seconds the initial caller called back Student child called back It was told to stay on the line and be very quiet She told 9 to one that he shot the door At approximately 1243 and 1247 she asked 9-1-1 to please send the police now At 1246 she said she could not see that she could hear the police next door At full 50 shots are fired they could be heard Well the 9 one call and a 1251 is very loud and sounds like the officers are moving children out of the room At that time the first child that called was outside before the call cuts off

Dinesh Refutes NPR's Critique of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

Dinesh Refutes NPR's Critique of '2000 Mules'

"Let's kind of go through this rather slowly because I think we need to in order to see this operation and dissect it. I'm going to dissect it almost like I'm in biology class and this is a frog. It's called investigation. So right there it's telling you, this is serious business. We're in really investigation. A pro Trump film now stop right there. A pro Trump film. Anyone who has seen 2000 meals knows that 2000 mules is not about Trump. How much time does Trump get in the film? I would say maybe one minute, maybe two, out of 90 minutes. This is different by the way than the film rigged. Dave bosse's film had a lengthy interview with Trump that was running all the way through the film. This is not like that. This is a film about stealing an election. Now, Trump was the candidate in 2020, obviously I'm going to mention Trump. I obviously also mentioned Biden, but I was very careful not to make this a film that was sort of about Trump and Trump is just quoted three or four times a single line in the film. And then, of course, that's footage from election night. So just that part of the headline is aimed at saying this film was made for Trump. It's a pro Trump film. We've got a discounted right away. All right, the pro Trump film suggests its data are so accurate. It solved the murder. That's false. First of all, I'm going to say straight out and I'm going to ask you to watch the film so you can make up your own mind. I do not say in this film the true the vote, quote, solved, a murder. In fact, I can prove it. I'm going to go to the exact statement that appears in the film. In fact, it's quoted in the article. This is what I mean when I say that they make a claim in the headline that is subtly undermined by the text of the article, but nowhere does the writer give you any clue about this. He allows you to get the false reading. In fact, it's part of his purpose that you get the follow false

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MSNBC Pundit Floats Lies About Republican Males

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:30 min | Last month

MSNBC Pundit Floats Lies About Republican Males

"The vile, truly vile stuff. They can't defend anything that they've done. Because they ruined education, they ruined the economy. They've ruined the military. They ruin everything they touch. The left. That's the best understanding you can have of the left. They only know how to destroy the latest is how to destroy the Republican Party and America. Sunny deutsch is an exemplar. Here he is. Every night, morning consult polls said that 23% of Republican males are okay with white nationalist white supremacist views. That's one in four Republican males. Okay, one minute, one minute. One in four Republican males is okay with white supremacist views? Who did he say took that pole? Morning consult? Okay, why don't we know any given the number of Republicans we know? Sean is the only white supremacist that I know, and even he's leaving the white supremacy. He is now into Scottish supremacy. He is refined it. White Schmitt, Scott's ah, right? I got you right, exactly. Exactly right. I'm making light of it because it's so sick. One out of four Republicans believes in white supremacy.

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School Board Shuts Down Mom for Reading Daughter's Assignment Verbatim

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

School Board Shuts Down Mom for Reading Daughter's Assignment Verbatim

"Las Vegas Nevada Clark county school board meeting A mother gets up she says I want to read to you an assignment You gave my 15 year old daughter And it's so pornographic that the school board shuts her down Cut 15 hat tip libs liberals of TikTok Go I'm going to read you an assignment given to my 15 year old daughter at a local high school This will be horrifying for me to read to you but that will give you perspective on how she must have felt when her teacher required her to memorize this and to act it out in front of her entire class I don't love you It's not you It's just I don't like your case I cheated Joe I'm sorry This is the propaganda I don't thank you so much for your thank you for your comment forgive me We're not using profanity That's relevant Okay This required my daughter to read memorize this and read this pornographic material Excuse me please don't engage with the audience So please continue your public comment your time is you've got one minute and 19 seconds I ask you simply this is a public meeting I asked for decorum And I'm asking doctor jara thank you so much doctor jar If you don't want me to read it to you what was that like for my 15 year old daughter to have to memorize pornographic material and Memorize it and Butch

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An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole

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Protests in Front of Justices Homes Spark Outrage

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:58 sec | Last month

Protests in Front of Justices Homes Spark Outrage

"I'm talking about crime. I'm talking about 18 U.S. code 1507. You've probably heard a thing or two about that in the last couple of days, haven't you? Well, if you haven't, I'll let former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, tell you a little bit about what 18 U.S. code, 1507 says. It is illegal. I hold on a second, I am told we just have one minute left in the segment. So I'm going to save that. I'm going to play that for you after the break then. But I will give you just a little bit of a teaser on it. It says you can't go to a Supreme Court Justice's house and try to intimidate and scare them and coerce them and harass them into changing their vote. You also can't do it to a juror if you happen to be trying to influence the outcome of a jury trial. You can't do it to a witness if you're trying to influence their testimony that will lead to an outcome of a jury trial. You can't do it to a sitting judge either.

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A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

Live Behind The Veil

12:46 min | Last month

A highlight from An Example Of Loving Our Neighbor

"And atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello podcasters, this is Ron you're host and tonight, we have a new family podcast member sandy Johnson. Hey, sandy. Hey, sandy. Hey, I just want to. I want to say that sandy and I have known each other for decades. Many decades. And I'm telling you, she is an incredible woman of God and she really has something to share. I'm anticipating the participation of her and the continued participation with Laurie and if Jim decides to come on then with him also, you know, the family is growing and I'm very excited about it. Well, family. Sounds like we're ready to go. Let's dive into the flow of the Holy Spirit. If a brother or sister, without clothing, and in need of daily food, and if one of you says to them, go in peace, be warmed and be filled. And yet you do not give them what is necessary. For their body, what use is, it's like saying bless you, be gone, you know, we love you. Take a hike. There is an expression God solo the whole world Christ when he moved around. He was moved with compassion for somebody. When we see a need, we should address it. Don't just, boy, I hope someone comes and gives you a $5 bill so you can go to McDonald's and have a lunch. No. Find what the real need is and let's find a way to support that need. What you did to the list of these, my brother, you did it to me, when did we visit you in jail? When did we give you clothes? When you did it to the least of these, that's faith, is seeing a need and addressing it. Now, we've heard the term, infinite God loves you. Okay, you know what? It's God through me loves you and hears his expression of how he loves you. I carry him with me wherever I go, and so I want people to be introduced to who the father is, because I care enough to dress a situation that someone is in need that you can help. If you can't help, ask the lord, show you. Is there a means? Is there some other place? Take it with a grocery store and buy them 20 bucks of groceries or something. It's that giving. It's the making things alive for someone else our heart can reach out to so many just because we take compassion on someone and address a need that they have. What makes that work, Alan is judge not lest you be judged. Right. Because who are we to come up to a situation? And judge it and then act accordingly. Our responsibility is to come and give of ourselves. Yeah. Without pre determining what is needed. Because the Holy Spirit will lead us. The Holy Spirit will fill our mouths our hearts. We humble ourselves, and that lets God come through. Yes. You know, how do we know the things that are happening in people's lives, this can be God dealing with them? We don't want to mess with that. We don't want to say, oh, you need to do this and you need to repent here and repent there. We just want them to open their heart to the Holy Spirit, open their heart to the father, and let God minister to them. I think we have to be led of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Then we will do the things that God has for us to do. If we start off our day, asking for the Holy Spirit to lead us to direct us, then we're going to be led of the spirit to those that the lord has prepared. You know, it's interesting you say that because I kind of take what Smith wigglesworth brought out once. Yeah. And he said, if I'm out in town, and I see a need, I'm headed over that way and God better meet me there because I'm going in his name. Because he was a man of the Holy Spirit, right? He didn't care if he was led to go talk to that person or not. He went to that person. But if I start out my day, leaving to be led of the Holy Spirit, then I'm believing that whatever I come across, that's going to be led at the Holy Spirit. Yeah, I agree with you. I see a knee, and I'm going to manage to turn that belief of the Holy Spirit and the lord to be there because I'm there. Yeah, I had a couple of experiences I wanted to share many years ago. I went with my daughter to go see my dad and step mom. They were elderly and the place was a mess. I mean, there was like knee deep trash and a little bathroom and the kitchen and everything and so my daughter and I started cleaning and got the place back in shape and when we were leaving my dad looked at me and said, you know, you guys didn't just come here. He says you brought something with you. And I had a similar experience when I retired I had to do an exit interview with the director of engineering and she was talking to me and stuff. She says, you know, you brought something here. Not something with you. And I think that people who are sensitive are going to see the lord. Yes. Yes. And who you are. It's not that you're, you know, was I perfect there? No, you know, but it just comes through. People know, it's not just you, you're bringing the lord with you. Yeah. Right. Exactly. I do feel like there are times when the Holy Spirit does specifically lead a person. Right. I've been finding that more and more. And you can confirm to yourself that it was the Holy Spirit when you see the results. When the lord leads you to talk to a person in a restaurant or just Sunday morning during the meet and greet that we had the Holy Spirit led me to this person who had been to the service several times, but I had never talked to her before. And I went over there, and by the time we were done, she was bawling on my shoulders. That wasn't me, that was the Holy Spirit, and I think, as we keep opening our hearts to the Holy Spirit. But it's because I knew the low Holy Spirit was leading me. And so exactly. Yeah, definitely you go there and you expect the Holy Spirit to be there, but there are those times when the Holy Spirit is specifically leading you, and what the human wants to do is to ignore it because you don't want to interfere with that person. But it is the Holy Spirit. I think you're talking a lot about awareness. Yeah. You can be in a crowd and like Christ, right when the woman touched his garment. Right. Who touched me? Because he was aware of what was going on around him. And what you're talking about isn't awareness. Holy Spirit. You want to administer somebody? Where? Who? Yeah. Which one of these people? Keep your radar open, and you know, you can be in a midst of a crowd talking, then you just know, I need to go over here. Right. I have left the middle of a conversation with someone to go meet somebody. And, boy, like you say, the results. Man, people open up. And there are people that I really don't want to listen to. But at the same time, who are they going to talk to? There are people who have issues because no body wants to hear their story, and sometimes you have to sit on a park bench and just let them talk. It will free somebody. And that's everything, and like you said, but I just want to go back to that awareness. It's being aware of where you're being led. And it's like almost like what I'm saying with what Smith did is sometimes you create it's your initiative. Father, I know the word, and I'm going to execute your word in this situation. Better meet me there because it's your word. Yeah. Can the lord minister that person? Of course he can. Well, are they open? Let's find out. It's one of the things that makes walking with God so exciting. Exactly. Because one minute you're kind of just floating along or whatever and the Holy Spirit will lead you to a person. Will lead you to a place, and then there is those times where you just knew what to do. Exactly. Because there is unawareness, and I would say there's something working in you. Things that are established. You don't stop and think to breathe. And I think the more we walk with God, the more his nature is imparted to us, that we do things that are automatic. It's fun to walk with God because we come to the place where we're willing to do what it takes. You know, take it back again to what sandy was talking about. And I love it because honestly, and we've talked about this before when Jesus received the spirit, he was compelled. Yes. He wasn't led by the spirit he was compelled by the spirit. He was driven into the wilderness. You minister, and you let God do it. You plant the seed and let God give the increase. You know, this conversation is creating such an excitement in me. Good. And I wanted everyone to know that everyone, no matter how old you are in the lord, has something to give. Yes, Matt, if you can approach this in your life where, you know, say you're going to a Sunday service, you ask the lord, well, what can I do? Who do you want me to meet and bless show me, you know? You can go with a servant's heart to give everywhere you go. I think that'll create something. You'll grow and develop. What's one of the key gifts of the spirit kindness? If you simply show kindness, you're expressing the lord to that person. When do we visit you in jail? When do we give you clothing when you did it to the least of these? That's faith, just saying we love someone and wishing them well isn't what we're called to do. There must be an action of faith to express our love and concern for our neighbor. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind the veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Senate Candidate Says Biden Doesn't Care About Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:55 sec | Last month

Senate Candidate Says Biden Doesn't Care About Inflation

"Alex ray, we have one minute left. I got to ask you about inflation and the market blow off yesterday. We're going to bear market. It's a correction. It always happens. It's nothing to panic about people shouldn't sell. But inflation is crushing seniors on fixed and how often does it come up on the campaign trail? Well, it's probably I would say it's really one of the issues that comes up the most because whether it's energy policy, whether it's agriculture policy, whatever it is, inflation is the unifying factor and it's something that every oklahomans feels and his or her wallet and it really is becoming a question of are you going to fill up your tank? Are you going to take the kids to summer camp? Are you going to be able to put food on the table? I mean, it's forcing some extraordinarily difficult choices for everyday oklahomans. And the sense that we're getting from Washington is the Biden administration just doesn't care.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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Poole shines in playoff debut, Curry back as Warriors win

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Poole shines in playoff debut, Curry back as Warriors win

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Athanasiou scores in OT, Kings rally to beat Bruins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Athanasiou scores in OT, Kings rally to beat Bruins 3-2

"The Los Angeles Kings forced overtime with just twenty six seconds remaining in regulation and then defeated the Boston Bruins in the extra session three to two the kings needed only one minute and fifty three seconds in O. T. for Andreas Ethan ASU to score the game winner after Trevor Moore tied it in the final minute of the third the Bruins started the scoring in the first the kings answered with a goal just one minute and nine seconds later but it was the Bruins who took it to one advantage until just twenty six seconds left in regulation Greg Caskey Boston

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Khris Middleton scores 44 points, Bucks rally to beat Suns

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Khris Middleton scores 44 points, Bucks rally to beat Suns

"The box closed on a twelve one right to beat the short handed sons one thirty two one twenty two Khris Middleton poured in a season high forty four points in Milwaukee's fourth straight win a streak that includes games against the heat and bowls true holiday help the box close out the win by scoring seventeen of his twenty four points in the final period Michigan first still gonna line struggled a making jump shots but stay consistent stay confident in Starfall garrison tentacle Paul had nineteen points thirteen rebounds and six assists in thirty one minutes before fouling out with at one twelve left the Suns continue to play with that all star guards Devin Booker Chris Paul deandre Ayton had a team high thirty points a campaign had twenty three for Phoenix I'm Dave Ferrie

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Judge Regina Chu Did the Best She Could on Kim Potter Case

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Judge Regina Chu Did the Best She Could on Kim Potter Case

"Ex police officer Kim Potter shouldn't serve one minute in jail It's an accident That's the whole point of the body cams right Here's judge Regina Chu today Cut 13 go Given all these considerations and having carefully considered the commons of the family And of both daunting right And the comments of Kimberly Potter as well as the arguments of counsel it is essential and judgment of this court that you shall be committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections for a period of 24 months You shall serve two thirds of that time or 16 months in prison and a third supervised release assuming no disciplinary disciplinary offense or a conditional release violations So this judge judge Chu stood up Against the prosecutors who wanted 7 years Stood up against rights family who wanted the book thrown out which would have been 25 years And in my view Kim Potter shouldn't do one minute in jail Not one minute But I think this judge did the best that she could With no question Her concern for people breathing down The back of her neck and the potential For God knows what

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

"American Brittany Bowe claim the first individual medal of her career with a bronze in the women's one thousand meters speedskating event at the Beijing games both secured a spot on the podium by just one tenth of a second with a time just under one minute and fifteen seconds in men's curling team Shuster will play for a bronze medal against Canada after falling eight to four versus Great Britain and the lista Lou was the highest finishing American and women's singles figure skating after placing seventh controversial Russian Camilla Belle gave a missed the podium entirely finishing fourth I'm

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"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

Go and Equip

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

"So therefore that can help us to be more engaged in the conversation. So we're looking at conversations that we can use to begin to share gospel but also with those that we've already shared with. How do you change that conversation to something to address identity or to address truth or address another area that they're questioning or that they're doubting what would be a question that you would use to change the conversation the direction of the conversation. I i think that asking questions is good that you bring that up. If i'm in a conversation with an a non believer and were having a discussion. I do think that asking lots of questions will then hopefully get them to ask us some questions and so a lot of times what people think of when i think of the gospel is here's heaven. Here's hell if you believe in jesus you'll go to heaven in your void hell but the gospel is so much bigger something to be lived. Now it's an identity that we get. It's it's so much more and so what we want people to understand In these conversations is that got the gospels for here now and forever and so. I don't know exactly what i would say. It's intuitive for me..

"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

Go and Equip

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

"With people is really one of the things that drives this whole endeavor forward. I mean apologised value truth and sometimes for me. The journey of discovering truth is paved by conversations with other. Sometimes we agree with that person and we're trying to understand their view more because we sit in. I want to understand some of these pieces and sometimes we disagree and we need to do that. lovingly and try to persuade them through loving them. Well but through conversation. And so on. I find a new idea. I want to take that merely have a conversation about it. Bobby maybe you can speak to. You are a little gathering that we had last week with some guys from our church. We were just having a great time dialoguing around some questions. Yeah that was fun tim We just had a men's night out and just try to extract from people. Some of the questions that we have so starting church. I've been trying to think about. What is discipleship look like and so instead of just having a set program one of the things that we wanna do and this is what we did. The other night is just have some guys get together and let's just connect for the first thirty minutes or so and then let's just kind of asked the difficult questions that we struggle with our faith. Let's ask the questions that culture is asking as it relates to their objections against christianity. And let's dialogue about that and so we were able to have a really good conversation. I do think it's important. That people in the church have venues where they can learn to become spiritual conversationalist and so they need to be able to have a place where they can practice talking out loud about what it is that they believe so that when they go into the world near engaging in their neighborhoods or in their workplace that they have had some time to discuss matters like this so i also think it's important when it comes to apologetic send that were discussing the right issues and so that means for pastors in particular..

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"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

Go and Equip

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on Go and Equip

"I guess for me as far as an adventure you know. What's crazy is i. I feel so blessed. I mean i've been able to travel around the world. A bunch of and able to see you know. I think all but four or five of the states and so in some ways. The travel peace isn't what energizes a whole bunch But i have been craving and other trip to israel. I've had the privilege of going there. Four times I love going there. And it's been a while now about a year and a half and i'm finding myself craving being in some of those sacred spots and so it's not a new adventure but it's an ostojic one that i want to get back to who i would agree. I went in two thousand seventeen. And i cannot wait to get to go back. It's just it's that that burns like you said a craving inside of you. You just i can't. I can't wait epic it is it really is. I'm super this super jealous. I haven't had that adventure yet but yeah looking forward to eventually getting there myself. So did you guys can go with us because has different trips. And i'm hoping in the next twelve to eighteen months to lead another tour so keep your eyes and ears open. We'd love to have you guys join us tours and let me great definitely tim. Have you been to to israel. I have not. I'm looking forward to going i. I'll admit i was a little jealous. The last time. That bobby when he got to go with several of our mutual friends and apologised folks and it was like man. That would be a really fun trip to go on. But yeah i would love to go at some point but someday someday we just had we podcast. That were released yesterday. The guest we were talking about being in israel and she just discovered she's twenty five percent. Jewish we were talking about just going and being there..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Natural resistance towards dealing with conflict and be able to deal with because if you don't if you simply sweep it under the rug than you are condoning that behavior all the same and that's not something you want to do well This has been a fun Thriving dennis show the one minute manager dentists style. Hope you've learned some things to to manage your practice as we kind of come to the finish line and i wanna thank you Thank for co hosting this podcast with me. Thank you and your amazing team. I think you're one hundred seventy four fulltime team members. Now yes in ecuador. thanks for all you do To help provide my practice with the not only the number of new patients. We need and want but the quality of the new patients as well Also want to thank our listeners. We appreciate each and every one of you. We love what we do at thriving. Show couldn't do it without you Three things you can do support us. You can tell a colleague about the show. We always have room for more listeners. sheriff the thriving. Dennis show with a friend. Second thing you can do is you can jump on itunes or rights review A review eighteen helps more denis. Find us and the third thing that you can do is you can hit the subscribe button when hit subscribe. You do an itunes. Google play spotify apple music amazon music. Whatever your podcast. Directory of choices hit subscribe and that means every wednesday when we upload a new show. It'll be automatically uploaded for your listening convenience on that note. Thank you for the privilege of your time. And we look forward to connect him with you on the next thriving. Dennis show when you abby.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"To do the work. That's going to be required to fill dr paul scheduled to go And i've noticed that this week. We haven't done great at filling dr paul to goal and you've acknowledged that you simply haven't taken the time to excuses help from the desk to do that and You know i. I feel like an now. We're gonna describe how i feel. I feel like you would be so effective with this. You have the skills if you would just take the time and i know it's not always easy to go to your team members But i feel like you'd be so effective if you just took the time to do this. Now we go into the second half remind him how much you value them. Let them know how much you valley reaffirm that you think well of them but not the situation and then you finish with a comment. Something like this meg. I know when you think about this and you get the benefit of some time and some reflection you will reevaluate how you spend your time And you'll be able to redirect it In a result that's going to help us Allow you to scheduled doctrine poltical and meg. I have one hundred percent confidence in you. That when you make those Minor changes it's gonna make a massive difference in your end result and that's the end of the one-minute reprimand so there. We have it near. That's a quick summary of the book. Minute goals one minute phrasings. One minute reprimands and they really are one minute and it really can.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"I wanna thank you and just recognize how you put heart and soul into every day and how much that means to me. There's the one minute praising right there near it. How's that sound. I love it getty. I think this is such an important thing you know. This is something wrong with struggled with it. But i think it's valuable especially if you're a owner slash leader of a group. You know you need to appreciate people. And i think the fact that you can do it in a minute. Think now means more people can. Hopefully you know. Give it a shot and make it a habit. Now let's go to the other side. The one minute reprimand. I love this one. This one may be my favorite part of the book because it gives us a construct To make correction where correction is is required. And by the way. I'm getting courage you to make correction because if you don't make corrections you're condoning the behavior. So here's some keys to the one-minute reprimand add He breaks it down. Kim breaks down into what you do in the first thirty seconds of what. You're doing the second thirty seconds and it's very very very effective so number one you let your team members know that you're always going to have an open format to provide a critique and redirection when required and the reason we do that as we simply want be better tomorrow than we are today so let them know that And again you wanna do it in real time as much as that is practical may not be possible to do it in real time because of the same conditions that exist in one minute praising but you wanna make sure you it before the end of the day tell them what they did wrong and be specific and don't sugar coat it tell them what they did wrong Tell them how that made you feel pause at that point. That's the first thirty seconds right there. Tell them how it made you feel And it might sound like You know we talked about the fact that you may need time to excuse yourself from the front desk with the the everyday activities of checking people in checking them out answering the phone In.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"For test results or whatever and we're having more movement on the schedule then we would during non kobe times. And that's something that every practice in the countries experiencing sense. Yes and so what. I've told my doctor paul scheduling coordinator my doctor tim scheduling coordinator and my hygiene scheduling coordinator is in order for you to achieve the results that we want. You may have to take yourself off of the frontline. Take yourself off of your the hotseat answering phones checking people in and check him out and actually we have a back office area where they can work where you put your head down. And you work on filling dr paul. Dc to go filling veteran. Tim digal or filling hygiene to ninety two percent or above capacity for the month. And you may need to do that. if you've done everything you can and you've taken time away to work on the schedule and and it hasn't worked out okay with that but what i'm not okay with is if you say. I haven't had time to work on the schedule. Because i've been distracted by everything else. That means that the team member doesn't understand the priorities. So what you wanna do. Is you want to make sure that their behavior matches the ability to achieve the goal. That make sense yes. So that's one minute goals you know in a nutshell. One miracles literally in in in six steps So number one agree on the goals. Number two Describe what good behavior looks like number three right out the goal in less than two hundred and fifty words not easy by the way Read and reread each goal To make sure it's consistent Take a minute to review the goals with your team member and evaluate their behavior to make sure it matches eagles now. Let's talk about one minute. Praising praising all about providing team members the recognition and appreciation that they so desperately crave and they desperately crave recognition and appreciation. They want recognition and appreciation. When we've done surveys on this there's been hundreds of surveys and they want recognition and appreciation more than they want more money and so He has again a simple process to to to follow Be direct to be direct. Let them know how they've done. So catch your team members doing good things and tell them number to try to do it in is as close to real time as you can as close to real time as you can't. Sometimes you can't do it in real time because you might not wanna do that in front of a patient Or it might not be the right time but By all means wanna make sure that before you leave today that you recognize something that you saw them do good today. That's close to real time number three. Be as specific as possible. Be as specific as you get. So it's one thing to say carly you did a great job and feels warm and fuzzy. But it's way more effective if we're specific carly. I happened to be walking down the hallway when you had that patient was checking out from hygiene and i noticed that she had many many many many questions. And i just want to tell you that i so appreciate the patients that you took With that patient you are so patient. and you answered every one of our key questions and you did it in a way. That i'm sure that patients so good when she left that's a very different praise than you did. A good job Notice the next point. Tell them how good you feel..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"One minute reprimands now narrowed. It almost sounds too simple. Doesn't it does. And i think the key lesson that i got out of it at least not now but looking not then when i read the book but looking back twenty years later is like michael jordan said i remember living in chicago. It's about the fundamental. It's about the basics so you said something you know is it that disease management so easy but most of us get so caught up in the complicated stuff which is all made up by some expert to make himself or herself look smart and we miss the basics fundamentals in this book. He's about the fundamentals the basics and on many levels One could say that a dental practice is a complicated sophisticated business. Would you agree. i would. Yeah in many ways you look at the materials that we use you look at the technology that we use you look at the human relationship skills that we have to master on one level. You could look at it As a complex business with many moving parts that would be in my opinion an accurate way to look at what we do but when you start to take away everything. It's actually a fairly simple business. Would you agree. Yes yes. I have seen you do that with your clients. Gary like many of your clients are going ten percent month after month consistently and it's because and there aren't working harder. they're not pulling their. I'm i'm working less. That was the revelation happened with many of our clients. You know we've been working. I've been doing this long enough to follow dennis throughout their entire career in fact little Little aside here when i hung shingle and started my own consulting firm in one thousand nine hundred nine a prior to nineteen eighty-nine. I'd worked in two different large consulting firms and over that The decade of the nineteen eighties. I had the privilege of working with about five hundred deaths and nineteen ninety. I thought well. I think i know enough My wife therese was a kindergarten teacher. We had two children at the time Later to become four but we decided that We would live on a kindergarten teacher salary. And i would start my coaching firm. And we hope for the best and we took a leap and we did it And a young dentist from santa barbara became my very first client. That was one thousand nine hundred nine and he still a client of mine today This is now what thirty two years later Let's just say he's not a young guy anymore still has rubies not a young dentist and i've had the great privilege of working with him throughout his entire career And you know one of the things that i've noticed is when we when we really distill our business down to the fundamentals it indeed could be complex one could view it as complex but also in terms of what we need to get right We can we can distill it down to some fundamentals and then perfect those fundamentals So let's talk about the one minute goals Because in the book talks a great deal about about these goals and it kinda breaks down Into a six different steps number one is agree on the goal. So let me. i'm gonna. I'm gonna make this very dental specific so near and let's say i'm having a conversation with my doctor scheduling coordinator and the number one goal that i want her to embrace his her number. One goal is to schedule dr to goal every day. This is the doctor scheduling coordinator is scheduled doctor to goal every day. And so we have to have a number that She's working for to schedule him to goal..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"The one minute manager is he's really sort of distilled it to just what you need to do Without a lot of theory without academics without a lot of You know superfluous information that is probably beyond the interest of most dentists business owners. It's really just what you need to know. So we decided you err we share some common clients you know that we do book club With with my clients and this is a book that we're currently doing In book club. It's a very easy read. It's a very quick read We thought it might make a great topic for the thriving. Dentist show to share some information with you so hey let's let's take a dive into this because it truly. Although the title is provocative the one minute manager. It almost sounds too good to be true. Doesn't he does does and yet. I'm gonna politely suggest that it's not too good to be true. Because it actually is the information distilled down to things that you can manage and you can do in one minute which sounds Very unrealistic but in fact time and time and time again i've used these concepts myself in my businesses And they've worked extremely well. The story itself is a parable. And it's a parable of a young manager so the parable is a young manager who once to be managed by an effective manager. He's trying to learn his craft as a manager and he wants to experience what it feels like to be led by an effective manager. And he can't seem to find that in his career path so he decides to pursue it on his own to become the one minute manager on his own. That's the basis of the book in terms of the parable form. So he kinda stills it down into three segments and let me talk about what. those three segments are Number one seven number. One is one minute goltz. One minute goltz and we'll talk about each one of these in detail. Number two is one minute praising One minute ix and number three one minute reprimands reprimands one. Minute reprimands so there. You have it one minute. Goals with each one of our team members. One minute praising.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"To thriving. Dentist show this is the thriving dentist coaching and action segment. Hope you enjoyed dr brian. Harris's tip the coaching and action segment. Today is on the one minute manager. Dentist type i'm reading your co host. Gary i read this book. I believe in my early twenties. I still remember. This was my days as an employee. So this is before i got fired for the full time in and decided to start my business and i said at a bookstore i think. Probably it's barnes and noble. I can't remember the exact name back. Then and i think i usually on the weekend as a bachelor it would go there and spend some some of the i was all by myself and I remember you know having a coffee and reading this book literally. I finished the book. So i ended up buying it but by the time body vetted So it's a great book. It's a classic. It taught me a lot about management. I know you're a huge fan of this book So i really appreciate you taking the time to kind of distillate. Personalize it for the dental community because of course dental practices are unique in our. You have a doctor. Who's also an entrepreneur slash manages. How do you make it all work in the dental world. Yeah you know narran I'm thrilled that you were drawn to this book early in your career. As was i Ken blanchard is is the author and Ken deserves a lot of credit for a a real practical book on how to be an effective manager and One of the reasons. Why i think this worked so well. In dentistry near an is that There are some outlier dentists that that really do enjoy everything about business in everything about business management and some have even gone as far as to get an mba however those are very much outliers. Would you agree i agree. I think i mean the people who decide to become dentists. They don't become to decide to become dentists because they enjoy business. They decided to become dentists because they enjoy taking care of people healing people so the more they wanted to be a manager they would have gotten an mba yes instead of a dds or d. Md degree would have got an mba. What they really want to do is they wanna put their head down and and do clinical dentistry and and they if they're an owner. They want the practice to kind of manage itself. And i think that's Truth be told. I think that's what most dennis want. However in reality the dentist as an owner has to develop some management skills. But they don't necessarily want to invest two years postgraduate education to get an mba. They just want to know. What do i need to do to. Successfully ineffectively manage my practice absolutely. I totally totally agree. And they've already spent hundreds of thousands getting their dds md view. Two thousand dollars more and there are dentists that if we can talk about you know Some speed bumps to avoid there are some dennis That have perhaps thought. I'll just hire an office manager. And then i will do my thing. My office manager will will do their thing I don't need to worry about any of that. And i would say that's a classic mistake like advocates as opposed to delegation very advocate. Your responsibility right to be effective You you have to have some management skills in your practice. But what. I like about this book that that can blanchard has done..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Yes is the thriving. Dentist show with gary tax where we help you develop your ideal dental practice. One that provides personal professional and financial satisfaction. Welcome to another episode of the thriving. Dennis show i'm gary texture. Podcast co host We have a great episode for you today. it's titled the one minute manager. Dentist style you know. Some of you may be familiar with the epic book that was written by ken. Blanchard culpa one minute manager and we're gonna share information from that book adapted to our profession and show you how to be an effective one minute. Dentist manager you're really in.

"one minute" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"My very special guest on today's show is Massey. Zemo if you will but he was is like the Qataris for the legendary one minute silence If you any of the people listening to this podcast haven't heard that band going listen to streaming on your spotify is your apple music titles that kind of stuff go listen to. Just by the celebrating twenty thousand anniversary at the moment for their second album..

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"one minute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In one minute somewhere in America right now within the sound of my voice there's a man who did everything right he married a woman he loves he married young that fabled high school sweet heart set upon the path of America righteousness every day he went to his job and he wore the right clothing you worked hard he was the best employee he could be every night he came home to is growing families children the love he worked hard to balance the ambition and the drive yet in his career with the love and the care that they needed from him and he wanted to give in the end it all panned out but now he's at home and he's still working hard these fifty the kids blaze in their own trails in the world and because he works so hard he's maybe earns an early retirement it's on the horizon you know like those who can't stand the thing like that he embraces it no more stuffy suit no more cramped office no more no more meetings about nothing nowadays is just jeans and a T. shirt for him and good quality comfortable yet affordable boots you know it takes two hundred steps to manufacture a pair of to coves boots they're built to be comfortable right out of the box hand made with high quality full grain leathers by world class boot makers it's too cold this boots the clovers start a company started right here in Texas they come in lizard alligator some of the world's most exotic leathers by selling them directly to customers the Clovis ensures that their product is either half the price.

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"one minute" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on KTOK

"In one minute somewhere in America right now within the sound of my voice there's a man who did everything right he married a woman he loves he married young that fabled high school sweet heart set upon the path of America righteousness every day he went to his job and he wore the right clothing you worked hard he was the best employee he could be every night he came home to is growing families children the love to he worked hard to balance the ambition and the drive you had in his career with the love and the care that they needed from him and he wanted to give in the end it all panned out but now he's at home and he's still working hard these fifty the kids blaze in their own trails in the world and because he works so hard he's maybe earned an early retirement it's on the horizon and unlike those who can't stand the thing like that he embraces it no more stuffy suit no more cramped office no more no more meetings about nothing nowadays is just jeans and a T. shirt for him and good quality comfortable yet affordable boots you know it takes two hundred steps to manufacture a pair of to coves boots they're built to be comfortable right out of the box hand made with high quality full grain leathers by world class boot makers it's too cold this boots the clovers start a company started right here in Texas they come in lizard alligator some of the world's most exotic leathers by selling them directly to customers the Clovis ensures that their product is either half the price.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I got to get to a much different space of being aware. And I think when you look at the science or meditators, you've got Richard Davidson, I know you've worked with and dials. This research with the Tabet Olympic meditators who meditated for nine years in a cave, for example, versus one minute here. And there during the week how their brains are different. They look different their brain waves or different this shape and size of their brain is different behaviors different their happiness is different. So what is sort of like Goldilocks dose that is really the right dose. We don't, you know, I've asked Richey Davidson, the eminent neuroscientist is really led the charge on brings Antic tools to bear on these inner technologies of meditation and can template of practices. I've asked him and many other neuroscientists who have been looking at meditation. We don't actually know that consensus that I've been able to generate among these folks is if you were to do five minutes a day. Would I've been able to gather from these folks is that they are of the view that that would probably give you access to many of the advertised benefits of meditation. So I think that's the good news. The better news. And now, I'm in the realm of opinion. The better news in my opinion. Is that one minute truly does count. Because what are we trying to do in meditation? We're trying to wake up from the auto pilot of being owned by this sort of malevolent puppeteer in our head ego. My monkey mind, right? And so in a minute, can you sit and then try to focus on your breath, and then get distracted immediately. And in that moment of seeing the distraction. What are you doing? You're waking up your waking up from the dream that we're in of of just being controlled by this thought producing machine in our head. And I think that can happen in a minute. I know it can do I think it would be better to do more. Absolutely. I think if I could snap my fingers and say, yeah, you're everybody in the world's going to do five to ten minutes a day. I would but I can't we're dealing with the fact that we did not evolved. We did not evolve for healthy habit. Evolution didn't care about. You floss your teeth? Evolution cared about you getting.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"So for me focus was huge win. It doesn't mean, you know, impenetrably undistracted or something like that. I'm still a Twitter checking sort of Email checking full a lot of the time. I just think I'm less prone to that than it used the other. But the bigger benefit is called mindfulness, which is in our world of health and wellness such a huge buzz phrase buzz word, my fear that often people use the. Word without knowing what they're talking about. So my phone is really is an ancient word with a lot of different, you know, this from your days of setting Buddhism, it it's the ancient word is Sati in Pali language, which was the Indian language at the Buddhist spoke or said to Spokane. It actually has many meanings. But a very simple serviceable definition is the ability to know what's happening in your head without getting carried away. But yeah, mindfulness is just the scale of being able to see oh, this anger. That's coming up right now. I don't have to be owned by it. I don't have to take the bait and act on it. It's lowered emotional reactivity. Yes. Essentially or another way of saying, it would be emotional intelligence, and that is incredibly useful to know, your angry fights with your spouse. Sure doesn't mean no spotlights with your spouse. I mean again or how you show up in them. Absolutely. Absolutely. But again, I always want to give permission people for people to mess up. This ten percent is I think very powerful because it's not like you're gonna start meditating. And then you'll never fight with your spouse. Or you're never gonna show up in one of those fights in a way, that's really nasty and vindictive. You make catch yourself earlier, actually, my friend Sam Harris who has a great podcast. It's called waking up. And he wrote a book about meditation called waking up. He has said, and I love this that meditation doesn't mean you will never feel anger again. But it may cut down on the half-life of anger. Yeah. You may catch yourself two minutes into a bout of fury rather than our into about a fury and the amount of damage as Sam says that you can do in an hour of anger versus two minute. Two minutes. That's different. And that's really what meditation in my experience. Does. It also helps you break the. Seem like in breakable breakable bond between your feelings your thoughts and your actions so often we can play the to have we have a feeling that you know, are thought feeling and that creates an action when you realize that everything you think in your brain is not necessarily worth listening to you know, you shouldn't believe every stupid thought you have cly meditation helps you see that. And you can break down that space where really it used to be one used to be thought feeling reaction, and that that's a powerful set of tools to have in any work walk of life. Whether it's relationship whether it's work or anything in my in my experience, it's a massive game. Because you're in the cliche is like the only meditation cliche doesn't make me want to put a pencil in my eye. Teaches you how to respond wisely. Two things have reacting blindly because we have this nonstop conversation going on in our heads all the time that of course, if we broadcast allowed people would think we're insane. But we have this nonstop chatter, and because we're aware of it it owns us. So every neurotic obsession that flits through our mind, we just acted out because we're we're not aware that this is just a thought we meditation does is forced you into collision with the asshole in your head. So that you don't taking every shitty idea. He or she is offering up to you. And that is what stops you from eating the seventy fifth cookie or saying the thing that's gonna ruin the next forty eight hours of your marriage, or whatever, and it makes a huge difference. Again. We're not talking my infallibility, your we're just talking about reduced levels of the you're more on quotient. So what's the dose because you talk about the one minute meditation? I get that. It's a way to get people over the hurdle of starting. But is it really? Effective. And in for me. I noticed that the first few minutes is like being in a wild ocean in the storm. And then after a while I kinda comes down and things settle down..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Level are sleep and meditation seems to be a way to help people Matvey gate through that in a way, that's very powerful. So what were the things that you noticed when you start meditating, and what was the kind of meditation? You did. Can I swear you can? The first thing I noticed the first data point that emerged was that. I over heard my wife at a party telling friends that I was less of shit. I thought was interesting. Before I saw any benefit. It's hardly swear. Yeah. It'll get worse. So there are two big benefits as I notice showing up in my own mind after a couple of weeks really doing and I was just doing five minutes day. Yeah. That's it. I've really that's what I recommend people start with. And I also believe one minute cans time is the biggest in the second book. I wrote. I was really trying to is how to book, and I was really trying to figure out. How do we get people over the hump from being interested in this to actually doing it? And the biggest obstacle. I believe is time. And so if you tell people look what I tell people is one minute counts and try to aim for daily ish, and what I've found and we've tested this with. We do a meditation challenge every year for the employee's at apple and we've meaning the folks from the ten percent happier app. And we set it up as a way to as hey, do meditate try to meditate for at least one minute twenty five out of thirty one days in the month of over. And if you don't have that minute, you gotta look at your life. If you're wrong what we find is the buy in rates are credibly heights. We're actually this challenge that we went for apple were about to roll it out to the public. So anybody can take the challenge starting in January. And so we see this as a really important sort of behavioral hack, tell people look, I get it. You feel time starved here's how to get over the hump. But anyway, for me what I found was just after a few weeks of doing this the two big benefits, our focus really what meditation is. And you ask me what kind of meditation? So when I talk about meditation on talking about mindfulness, meditation, which is derived from Buddhism, but secularized and strip develop metaphysical claims and religious lingo it really the beginning instruction is sit. Closer is try to feel your breath coming in and going out to breathe in a special way feel the breath as it naturally occurs. And then every time you get distracted which is going to happen a million times start again, and again, and again and that noticing become distracted and beginning again is like a bicep curl for your brain. And it's what shows up on the brain. Scans of all all these fascinating studies that have been done where. Era. Scientists look at the brains of people who meditate this is the mechanism by which at least one of the mechanisms by which you change, your brand and your mind and your life by extension. Anyway, focus was a huge thing for me. Because what meditation is is a focus exercise ways. You're you're trying to focus on your breath. And then every time we get distracted start again and start again start again and studies have found that this simple. Exercise changes the part of the brain associated with attention regulation..

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