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Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

Start Here

02:10 min | 6 d ago

Biden Campaigns for Newsom in California

"Happy tuesday morning and tuesday morning. Of course means it's election day somewhere right. There's a primary election in cuyahoga county ohio. Today there's a special election for a state house seat in iowa. I see you polk county. Let's be honest. The biggest election of the day the one that will directly affect forty million people and perhaps indirectly affect far more. Is the recall election for california governor gavin. Newsom it's a remarkable moment in our nation's history this recalls about catching you while you're sleeping remember. This ballot is a two. the first question is a simple one. Do you think governor gavin. Newsom should be kicked out of his job and if a majority of voters say yes you go to question two which is who besides gavin newsom should take his place then as for. Who's replacing them. I have a thought the end of the day we could be looking at just a governor serving the rest of his term or perhaps one of the most bizarre replacement projects since arnold schwarzenegger was just an actor. Abc's political director. Rick kleinman following this with bated breath so rick know we talked about how california could be his own country. What are the chances that its leader. Gavin newsom actually loses his job today. We'll brightest prospects live a lot better than they did a couple of months ago there was sort of a scare that got shot into the political landscape across california and nationally when a couple of polls came out that suggested that gavin newsom would would have a hard time getting to fifty percent of people saying that he should stay. That's the magic number more than half half the vote for him to stay for him to keep his job. It's different for the replacement candidate but the polls stabilized significantly vocalized with all kinds of energy. That you have here tonight to vote no on this republican recall and i'll tell you democrats in california. They are thrilled with the turnout numbers. They've seen they've seen people showing up about equal to their their share of the population. Which means for a democrat california. You're in pretty good shape so he could take hours beyond tonight or even into the next day or even next week depending on how close it is for all these votes to be counted keeping might every californian got a mail in ballot but gavin. Newsom feels pretty good. And i think that's one reason you saw president biden and a lot of other big guns. Try to make the case for him. Down the stretch

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California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | Last week

California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

"It's the final stretch of the california recall election and the data may governor gavin. Newsom breathe a little easier. Latest polls show his position strengthening over the last week with his lead more than tripling in the past month today. President joe biden is expected to join some for the final day of campaigning. Cnn's latasha chan has more on. How voting will work spell. It has just two questions. The first question asked voters whether they want to recall governor newsom if the majority of people say no that he stays in office if the majority says yes. Then the second question kicks in that question asked voters who should replace newsom if he is recalled enlists forty six candidates to choose from the person with the most votes on question two becomes

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Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

"It is falling apart as As we watch these pictures live the world trade center. One hundred ten stories literally starting to fall and three thousand people killed by a group called al qaeda. Not long after. That event occurred almost twenty years ago. The talking heads the self-appointed elites coalesced around one question. Greetings my friends sebastian. Gorka here from strategist to president trump. And this is america first on the salem radio network all those people who think thought they was special. Qualify to comment on those events people who had very little if any background in counter-terrorism on national security coalesced around one question which actually i think it was the cover of time magazine that published that question. Why do they hate us. If you're of a sudden vintage you remember that. In the weeks and months since september the eleventh the e cognitive inability of people in america who are deemed to be special. Why is educated. Who asked the question how. How is this possible. How could grown men with just box. Cotton in little canisters of gas of spray. That is used in self-defense. Turn they form of mass transit into a form of mass

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Saint Anthony Fauci Loses His Halo Over 'Gain of Function' Contradictions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Saint Anthony Fauci Loses His Halo Over 'Gain of Function' Contradictions

"Saint fouled. She has lost his halo over a year. The media has hailed the kindly scientist grandfather as some sort of infallible. Holy figure but now there's new reporting records obtained by the intercept that cast series doubts on fallacies insistence the no. Us money went to gain a function research. Now you understand. Gain of function research is where scientists manipulate viruses often making them more transmittable to study their affection develop treatments well foul. She has insisted vehemently angrily remember when he browbeat rand. Paul the nobody's talking about said saint fallacy in may foul. She insisted that the us has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the wound heart institute of variety turns out that according to these records obtained by the by the intercept that appears to be a lie. Last night congressman. Mike gallagher of wisconsin appeared on fox news and spoke to brian kilmeade about this shocking development that casts real doubt on the credibility and yes the reputation of dr anthony fallacy to me confirms what we've known for months which is that foul cheesy lied to us. He lied to congress. He knew that our taxpayer dollars were being administered by his organization to third parties like eco health alliance cooperative research gain of function research at the one hundred. And one question about it. He hid behind a highly legalistic definition. But more to the point he was

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The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

Radio Boston

02:00 min | Last week

The Tight Race for Second in the Boston Mayoral Race

"Elections are about. Who's going to win. I know that seems obvious. But it is worth noting because we have a really interesting situation unfolding with the preliminary election for boston mayor according to two polls over the last few days it looks like this may actually be a race for second. So let's try and make sense of those polls ahead of thursday's debate which radio boston and wb. You are are co hosting with. W c the boston globe and the mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston here to help us do that. Steve casella president of the mass inc polling group. Steve is a friend of the show and massinc polling conducted one of the polls with policy for progress new democracy coalition housing forward massachusetts and education reform now advocacy steve. Welcome back to radio boston to be here. So lots of new information in the last few days steve. You're pulling data came out. Friday than the globe suffolk university. Poll released today both have city council member. Michelle woo polling. At around thirty percent they also have this cluster of acting miracle janey an council members and ib george andrea campbell. Really tight together for second so the first question does it mean that wu has her place in this preliminary election solidly in hand. Well i think we did. Nothing's certain you know nothing solid until everything's over you know that's one thing i mean. Just a fact about municipal elections is that They can change much more quickly than say a partisan election. you know. there's no republican. There's no democrat on the ballot. There's no kind of mental shortcut. People can take to where there's only one candidate that's anywhere near my as a voter my ideological space. So i'm definitely going to choose this one. You know in municipal elections. There might be three or four candidates that you're still choosing between so you know certainly you would like to be michelle Michelle lewis campaign given the numbers that that are the way they are. But i i certainly wouldn't say you know. There's no way that anything else can happen

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Balaji Srinivasan: Bitcoin at $1,000,000 Is a Global Government

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | Last week

Balaji Srinivasan: Bitcoin at $1,000,000 Is a Global Government

"I'm thrilled to present this rerun of my conversation with biology. Shrimp awesome all right biology. Welcome to the breakdown. It's really exciting. To have you here could be here. So i'm really excited for this conversation. I think you know what i am at route interested in with this show and exploring on. The show is how the world is changing and in particular. How power shifting. And i think that in today's world that is a conversation that is inherently in part about technology perhaps primarily about technology but we find ourselves in this strange moments and i guess my first question to kick this off is how did america fall out of love with technology. There's a great site called like. I think it's w. t.f. Happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy one on. I'm not sure the exact your l. But if you google that you should come across it which fingers that exact moment right around right. After the moon landing it feels like you know that was the mission accomplished moment for the general public's excitement about technology and what's interesting about it is so after that it's unlike like technology didn't happen but the personal computer sort of personalized the ability for individuals to pursue technology to his no longer a public sector thing and really interesting way of thinking about it is re personalized the pursue technology. Because you could you could kind of say that the grand era of american tech roughly is rather state tech roughly from nineteen thirty three to nineteen. Sixty-nine like hoover dam to including the manhattan project. The middle to the moon landing right. That was the period where you know. Centralized technologies central technologist favored centralization mass media mass production. Those led to the creation these gigantic centralized states the usa. The asare the pr see

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Beyond the Language Wars: R & Python for the Modern Data Scientist

DataFramed

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Beyond the Language Wars: R & Python for the Modern Data Scientist

"Can you describe the set of events that led to our by thon becoming the primary data science today and how this translates into what we call the language war between armed by phone and something that we talked about ready to very beginning of the book is kind of a little bit unusual that we will begin a book on unarmed python by giving this whole history of languages. But i want to that way because i thought that it's important to help you understand the cranks and how we got to where we are and so one of the first questions be blast when they're trying to decide. I learn our show. I learnt python is. What's the difference between aren't python and you'll see a lot of post on stack overflow or different a message. Boards rented where people talk about What are the basic differences between these languages in wash use one versus the other and nobody comes to a clear consensus or a clear. Understanding the differences tried to do in the first chapter is just outline the history of the which is to give an idea about the different ethel's and how things work differently between the two languages so so are was there kind of at the very beginning of scientific computing in academia in the late seventies early eighties in bell. Laboratories was really developed as a programming language for doucet's analysis and within the book i call it a fubu language so who is a street where clothing company from new york. That I used to love when i was a teenager. And is it stands for four as by us. And i like this forest by his attitude is very much a four the community by the community. Kind kind of those in this very much. What are is right is forced decisions by statisticians in. It's just meant to just get statistics that get dot announces his work with down and just just get it done into program language in his own right. But it's first and foremost used for doing that. Analysis and that really shaped all of what kim afterwards in r. and python kind comes from a different direction python originated as a generalist polka me language to make just entry into programming easier with a nice syntax and An easier access to managing all kinds of different tools and system administration and building applications and web development so e cat. It's fingers everywhere. Generalist programming language and then came. That assigns later on so python. Wasn't that a science. I and programming second was kind of the other way

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Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

The Chip Race

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played

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Who Are the Taliban's Leaders and Its Rank-and-File?

The World: Latest Edition

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Who Are the Taliban's Leaders and Its Rank-and-File?

"The taliban took back control of afghanistan. There's been a lot of waiting wondering and worrying about how they will rule the country but we wanted to go bit more granular and ask who makes up the taliban today. It's not a simple question and we don't expect a simple answer. I'm lead hucker is going to take a stab at it. He's the editor of the afghan. I an independent media outlet and he's based in london. I'm eddie first. Question is about the person who's been named the head of the taliban led afghan government will abdelghani. Dr who is he well. He is from southern upon istana and he essentially cut his teeth in the outgun political battlefield during the soviet invasion and occupation he partook in was called the soviet jihad and obviously after the withdrawal of the soviet forces and the collapse of the puppet communist government we saw a surge in infighting amongst the mujahedeen and in one thousand nine hundred four essentially. What were a group of virginia dean. Commanders leaders and southern onto stone got together and formed a political organization called the taliban and now the taliban means literally students and as a social educational network existed for centuries in the south of the country from which malabo that is from. But this was the first time they became a political organization so malabo brought is essentially for all intents and purposes a co founder of. That's audubon a veteran. I wanna move to the rank and file members of the taliban who are they in terms of background education. Where they're from the rank and file it's difficult to sort of characterize them as a monolith however the way in which we could essentially characterize them as generally rural religiously educated so they are literally can read and they can write and generally very young. So almost you know. In that mid-twenties most of them don't remember the toddler bonds previous government in late nineteen ninety s rather their only real remembered experiences of living off the two thousand guantanamo

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‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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Tips for Dating During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Death, Sex and Money

02:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Tips for Dating During the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Want to jump to our very first question from a listener and jp. This is right in your wheelhouse. it's about romance from haiti in brooklyn. Who is fifty one years old. I'm trying to decide whether i should say. I actually was seriously considering joining a matchmaking service before it started then i kind of them holds and i'm just not sure investment path. I want to go down. It's really hard obviously to meet people from intentional about this. So i really feel stuck and in a heartbeat right now. They send events. We hoped stuck. Jp do you have any advice for haiti. Felt making this decision about. When is the time to really go at it with dating a zoo and you know this is the first time that matchmaking ever been brought before me. Usually we just call that grinder in my world. I assume it's quite different. In his context. It sounds interesting. I mean. I kinda wanna do a matchmaking thing. Now they sit down with someone and we have a discussion. That sounds lovely. But i understand the reluctance. I think it's been a hard year for all of us. We for those of us who started out the pandemic single and still are. It's been a lot of time to reflect on what we're looking for another person why we haven't found it yet. It's where was our kobe. Blue cetera That can be very stressful. And the idea of getting back out there even if it's just a hang out with friends again for the first time that we haven't seen in a while It can be scary or a little bit more awkward than we were before and it wasn't even easy before so what. I've been sort of doing what i've been telling other. People that is on the table for them is to maybe lower the stakes a little bit when it comes to meeting new people so engaging in activities that you enjoy anyway Especially ones that are like outdoors and in groups. So i've been doing these hiking groups and meeting a lot of great new people that way because when you go at it with the express intent of i need to find my next partner in this endeavor. You're putting a lot of expectations on yourself. You're putting a lot of pressure on yourself and if you leave that one singular meeting without having found anyone yes start to feel like a failure. So what i'm suggesting people do. If they're nervous is find something you like to do anyway and you already have a common interest with the people there even. If you don't find someone you want date you could end up with a connection with a

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Is the AI Market Saturated?

Eye On A.I.

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Is the AI Market Saturated?

"My first question is is the market saturated and without picking winners. What products us rising to the top. Good that you're asking this question right now in general timing of the world because here we are for those who are listening to podcast. August the twenty twenty. One people might be listening to this year from now. So this'll all seem really quaint. To those in the future but the markets actually in the midst of consolidation. Saying we're actually starting to see a lot of acquisition activity and we do track over one hundred vendors and machine learning platform space about seventy two of which meet the minimum threshold of viability. There's lots of startups in the space. We love startups. We have an affinity for companies of all sizes but when we're looking at companies who are buying products and services we tend to look at those companies that have either at least ten customers or have at least ten million in revenue or at least ten million dollars in venture capital they if they have like to customers and no venture funding raised in a little bit of revenue than. We're like just grow little bit more a little bit more. So this is about seventy two companies. At least that are in that that john rao of course all the cloud vendors are in that space. The major cloud vendors microsoft. Ibm google amazon And a few others. So those were recalled the cloud sas machine learning as a service vendors basically and then there's a whole other category of pure play machine learning platform vendor so you may be familiar data robot or did i do in that space a bunch of others that are kind of trying to pull together all the components of what's required to put machine learning and advanced analytics solutions into play and increasingly. What they're doing is they're growing through Both building out their product suites and through acquisitions so she did robots but on a tear lately did i. Two as well as been been really growing raise very significant round recently but the answer is that this market is actually starting to

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I Don't Like My Kid's Friends. What Do I Do?

Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

I Don't Like My Kid's Friends. What Do I Do?

"There's different kinds problems that could be happening here and if we can home in on what the problems might be it actually then gives us a way to think about what might be done about it so the first question i would ask is is the daughter uncomfortable about these friendships because especially at seventeen. You're going to need her. Buy in to make any changes and is not clear from the letter. But i think it's the kind of question that apparent would ask first anytime they don't feel good about a kids friends and this this is on the older side. She seventeen but this happens all through development. You know where you're like really that kid. You wanna hang out with that kid. And i think even with younger kids parents can feel like they want to get in and intervene and engineer and try to create distance from a kiddo that they're not so keen on but even with younger kids the question i would have parents ask i is. Does my kid have any reservations about this friendship. And if they don't but you do well so that's interesting. So i think i you wanna look for that possibility where you say to them you know. I'm imagining malik. A younger came. Because i think that's especially when parents can feel very interventionist. You know every time you hang out with. Billy you guys get yourself in trouble. Have you noticed this. You know that kind of question. And i think you could get a couple of different answers. the could be like actually a have no say so. What do you want to do about that right now. This is an ideal situation. Because you've got. The kid is in some conflict about themselves into the. They've got a problem as far as they're concerned which then means they're much more likely to partner with you or take some initiative around trying to fix the problem of you know hanging out with a kid who gets themselves in trouble. That'd be great. It also may be really 'cause like yeah. Whatever billy's lots of fun you know in their kid does not seem to be much conflict about it at

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Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

MarketFoolery

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

"With the stock of the day and that is a firm holdings the by and buy now pay later business. Affirm is teaming up with young ecommerce site called amazon dot com affirms going to be a checkout option for certain amazon customers in the united states. Starting on friday. This is four purchases of fifty dollars or more and then those customers can if they want split. Those purchases up into smaller monthly installments shares of affirm. As of this moment are up forty four percent. Today i guess my first question is is that how good this news is forty four percent or is at least some of what we're seeing i. I'm sure there are a bunch of things that go into a stock spiked like this. But ultimately that's where i start with this like. How good is this for a firm. Well i mean it is really. It's very important news. I mean this isn't something that results in immediate tangible financial impact right. I mean there is still okay. Show me that this actually is gonna work. Show me the money so to speak. But for a business in a firm which generated around seven hundred fifty million dollars essentially in revenue over the last twelve months. It's a big deal in part of the part of the concern with firming. There'd been a couple of things with a firm that if you know they've been worth worth discussing a little bit right. I mean we saw the recent acquisition with school with the square buying after pay to get that presence into the buy now pay later and that's what a firm is known for two right. Buy now pay later in. The criticism has been that it more or less is a feature in not necessarily a business on its own

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Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies at 85

BBC World Service

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies at 85

"A living legend of the musical world who has passed away the Jamaican reggae and dub style. Perry Lee Scratch. Perry has died on the island aged 85 public response from Jamaica's Prime minister Andrew Holmes, who called him a legendary record producer and singer and a great pioneer. He's one of his earliest releases people, funny people. One of the first acknowledge reggae songs from 1968. Mhm. David Katz wrote the biography people, funny people. The genius of Lee Scratch Perry and I'm delighted to say he joins us now on the program. Just just tell our listeners Lee Scratch Perry. Why was he called Scratch and you turned it shopping. I I don't think we have David. Their bit of sound. Yeah, so sonic invention there. It was the man himself the way to pay tribute to the man himself, actually, because I didn't interview on that a little bit earlier Scratch private. He did a song called Chicken Scratch, And so they produced a record called Chicken Scratch. You could have asked me It's a shame we couldn't get David to talk about it. I think that's the the The line has gone down. But what we can do is there again. Hello, David. Join us Go, and I've answered the first question. Hello? Give us another quick going role. Um You know he was he was He was a collective figure wasn't he Wasn't Keith Richards, who described him as the Salvador Dali of music. Yes, indeed. I mean, he was a multifaceted character. He began his career as a singer and then moved into record production where he really excelled. And of course, his innovative techniques really changed the way that popular music has been recorded and disseminated. In what way In what way? Well, he really stimulated remix culture. What we take for granted. Now, you know, he reused his rhythm tracks for songs he'd recorded originally as vocal recordings and overdubbed new instruments on them and mix them down. And really help to dub come into being as a genre and an art form. And that

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What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

Ask The Health Expert

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

What Does It Mean if Your Triglyceride Count Is High?

"So here's thing triglycerides. It's probably not fat issue unless you're eating inflammatory damaged fats. So if you're if you're getting a lot of those Vegetable oil omega sixes for small. Stop it stop. that process. Food in those process oils The only oils. You really wanna look out. There are doing extra virgin olive oil and a clean avocado oil place. Those but really where we want to focus really wanna hit it. Hard is with sugar. And this is why i wrote the sugar impact. Die when i wrote the virgin diet. The number one question. I got asked sugar and seem like people are either confused about sugar like it's honey. It's natural i can eat it. Or they were controlled by just couldn't quit and one of the things we know with sugar and especially fructose in all unpack. This is that it will raise your triglycerides especially fructose. You've got a couple of things going on here because you said my triglycerides are and we're gonna address some things that can help get that back in the normal range and you're borderline diabetic your hemoglobin. Onc- us borderline diabetic. So this means that you are insulin. Resistance right you're insulin's no longer responding well to get your blood sugar back into check and you also have elevated triglycerides so really. What we want to do is start with the foundation of a diet that is going to be super blood. Sugar bounce will help balance your blood sugar and restore your insulin sensitivity. There's some supplements and lifestyle that can help there too right and when you do that that she'll pull your triglycerides back into normal range all right so let's go through. What all that means that you need to

Sleep Quality and Fasting: What to Watch out For

Ask The Health Expert

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Sleep Quality and Fasting: What to Watch out For

"First question is always. What was your sleep quality like before you started fasting and mrs critically important. I can emphasize nothing else throughout this particular answer to this question is that if you're not sleeping through the night before you start fasting. Do not start fasting. Our bodies Benefit from where medic stressors beneficial stressors. But there's a very fine line for where that falls for each one of us so if you're not sleeping through the night then you're not gonna get the beneficial rest that your body critically needs in order to Rust rejuvenate you know all the brain physiology the baddeck system that kicks in at night when we give us waste and recycling process in our brains the boosts and growth hormone so getting back to the original question so if you were sleeping well before he started bouncing and now you're not my questions are always. What is your age because if you are a cycling woman you know. You're in the peak of your fertility years in under the age of probably thirty five. Thirty six I wanna know where you and your cycle because sometimes there can be sleep disturbances as you get closer to ministration so the five to seven days. Preceding your period. You should not be fasting. So if you're having trouble sleeping. Ben it may very well be because you're blasting because it's just too much stress for your body at that time If you are not getting enough food into your feeding window and i don't count cowers. Don't encourage to count calories. I talk about macaroni. Because that is what is most important. Our body doesn't recognize calories per se. That's a unit of measurement our body recognizes urging baton carbohydrates and so. Sometimes people make the mistake as they are transitioning to intermittent fasting that they don't get enough food in and their feeding window and part of their problem is that their blood sugar can drop and they may wake up so my question is always. Are you getting enough protein and healthy fats into your diet and really being mindful about

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Wagering Strategies in Final Jeopardy!

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

05:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Wagering Strategies in Final Jeopardy!

"Wanted to talk about a final jeopardy about a week and a half ago right. The one episode. You watch was officially. The season now is on august. Thirteen right right. And there's a guy who's been on it for a while. He's very good right matt man. Yeah it's very knowledgeable. He does rub you a little the wrong way people have. I'm okay twitter and stuff. Just his attitude and my girls don't like it because he never says what is or who is he always says. What's her who's funny. Because you know the answer is you know you can bet on that. He'll say what's you can bet on that. Okay just uses contractual uses contractual. It's he's very kurt me. Does it in his regular speech when he's talking to if you've noticed okay so it's just kind of his attitude. He's just an odd kind of character. Right well tell us about. This city's a bad guy. Okay just a little different to tell us about this final jeopardy you had some. I guess we're talking. But this is a gambling podcasts. Folks so there is some game theory here. maybe. I think you're gonna talk to them. Basically my point is. I'm talking about how emotion plays into how you risk. Okay and we all see that when we gamble when we play craps. I'm very emotional. You're less emotional but you know people are emotional. They even even on slot machines right casino kind of counts on that so sure they get somebody gets down and they'll pull out another hundred because they just sure they can get it back right in the next thing you know. They've lost four hundred instead of the two hundred that they thought they were gonna lose and the casino kind of on that but this episode at the end was particularly fascinating to me and my wife and our daughters we all four watched it and we talked about it for like a half hour after it in. Okay yeah well it came down to final jeopardy met the champion had twenty seven thousand two hundred dollars. Okay and then there was a lady and she had thirteen thousand six hundred so exactly exactly how going into final jeopardy. So that doesn't happen too right and she was actually a very good player. Okay she had actually been in the lead ahead of him at one point but then she got a double jeopardy question wrong and she lost a bunch of money and so she ended up with exactly. Half of the third contestant was virtually out of the pitch right he had like twenty four hundred dollars. He had a very small amount. I mean the only way he could actually win as if they both busted and that wasn't going to happen because then would would have to bet at all right now if you haven't watched he's a little aggressive not like james wholesaler was in that he'll bets it all every time but the first time he gets a double jeopardy he bets it all okay. The second time usually he has a big lead and so he'll just bet a smaller amount like two thousand or something. Okay sure so you know. He strategizes pretty well and he's very sure of himself because he's a good player so it gets down to the final question. I don't remember what the question it was a question. We won't go into it. Was it was a question that had three possible answers and you had to come up with two of them to the right right. And so based on their bedding strategy we assumed that this woman would bet at all right because if she gets it right she double surmount she has the same as him yes and then. We assumed that he would bat some amount less than half will. Why wouldn't you just zero zero. It would be tie and now that's a legitimate mood. That's what i would have thought. Then he has to face her in a one question playoff and it really comes down to. Who's quicker with the buzzer. No i understand that. But if he gets anything right and wrong and she gets it right he ludens right. So but i can understand him not betting zero because she was very quick with the buzzer. Because he was a very good contestant and he might have thought. Look i need to beater now. Because i might not beat her in. You know the one question because it really boils down to that. That tiebreaker is just who's quicker with the buzzer. Okay all right. So i see what you're saying. Is this since this is not a time based thing right you know you have plenty of time to write your answer and everyone can answer right. And he's confident. So this is the category i thought. Okay i know enough about this category or whatever so all right really bad but it turns out she did bed at all and she missed it right so she ended up with zero zero but then what was interesting to me is in he. Bet one dollar okay. So if he bets one dollar and gets it wrong and she by chance had gotten it right he would lost if he that's one dollar and she gets it wrong whether he gets it right or wrong. These still wins right. So why wouldn't he bet like two thousand or three thousand only a dollar. And that's what we talked about roy who i do l. dollars thousand doesn't make any difference. Because he gets a wrong he loses. Gets a righty wins. Yeah right if she gets it right if he gets it wrong loses if he she gets it right he gets it right. He wins if she gets it wrong. He wins anyway doesn't matter what he bet. Okay so and so. I'm sorry to interrupt you but you know the more i'm thinking about it. Now is yeah. Why didn't he like thirteen thousand. Something like that right. Because that's money in his wallet right. That's my point. I mean why we a- dollar why we need that two thousand five thousand five. He could have bet money good about thirteen thousand five hundred ninety nine ninety right. I mean easily could have done that and he's still would've won. Yeah if you're right. He gets way more money okay. And he's pretty aggressive guy as his play shows but he only a dollar and my wife immediately turned to me and said because his personality it's more satisfying to win by dollar than to win by ten

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"one question" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Yes we have voids inside us. Endless voids that need positive reinforcement absolutely. Or let's fill that void by getting back to the show. Can't we badly drew druggy any and now. We got a good backstory. We know where drew with coming from. We know withdrew was at one question. We dive in. I was so excited question. All the stuff that we've talked about. How has that imprinted on your relationships. Your love language roy. Well i i don't seek out lake relationships and love because i definitely handle my own like at know in all i just take care of myself in a way so with that. I have a lot of walls up and i realize that. Sometimes i'm like you know. I'm very quick to turn someone i'm attracted to you into a friend easily all of a sudden i hear i feel it happening. I'm like why am i. Because i'm you know so there's imminent fear there because i've never been a long term relationship at for you know and so it's something that i want in my life but it's not something that i really seek out so i think i don't give off a vibe that i'm very available maybe or that i am a little or i'm aloof or that you know. I don't think. I mean. I don't believe that i'm intimidating in any way that i just think people just don't think that i put it out. There don't flirt that much or that. Well i mean. I think sometimes i do but i'm not usually have to remind myself to do that. You like it out there. Let him know next thing know. I'm like our friends and we're just going to lunch and then next thing you know we're like reading each other screenplays. Maybe not intimidating. But for instance you know you have been doing comedy along time. Like people know a lot of your work you know but person you are a really mellow guy at i think is going to be an comic right so like i'm kinda know that and i don't see you and expect you to do stuff but people who are in that world they know you predominantly from the stage or the screen. Any they're gonna they're gonna expect you to give them all of that or almost no. You're absolutely right. I'll say this to as i'm your mellow person. And then anxious people. We immediately project mellow people. We immediately project are zayed's on that's very true. So yes she may not be aloof yourself. Use might be around a lot of anxious people who are projecting their own shit. That's so interesting. I wonder because. I feel like a lot of those things are true. I think i'm you know especially like in the regular times not the year of cova when we can't see each other but in regular times you know if i've just come from a show i'm so i'm way more mellow because i've just done show exercise that demon now. I'm just like out and want to sit in the back of the bar with friends and just be chill even more. But even i. I feel lucky because i have a lot of anxiety as well but i i try. I feel like i put it in my work and other or calling a friend and just needing to have a total like when sam pancake and i have what we call a bunch. I sam we need to get together and have a lines or a short that too much. And that's our we'll scream at each other and it's look to to you know crows picking.

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"one question" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

"I say doesn't only i back as maybe saw was i haven't witnessed. Can i ask one question. The question is what did he say he saw. Because there are some appropriate here. That people have wrote to wall said to another martini. Says it to end up being anywhere. But when mama situa- nothing. What aunties uncles sam. That you never anything that it come home anymore. Didn't look too..

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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

03:40 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"Which is continue desiring to know who you are beyond the form. Just just stay with that question. Who am i lead that question. Burn away all other questions. Let that one desire to know. Who am i truly. Who am i finally labatt desire. Eat up all the other ones because really there is only one question. There is only one desire. Which is that the god wanting to know itself wanting to experience itself and all the personal desires. We have all the things we chase in. The world are really disguises for that one question think we can find ourselves in pleasure in money in fame and notoriety with those things will bring some answer to that burning question all of us. Who am i. What am i and by chasing those things. We find well now. That because i got it didn't change anything in solve my problems and eventually become to the place. Where we we stop looking outwards and we look inwards. We do that that about face and we look inwards to ask the question. Who am i it wants. The tension is inward in. That question is asked. that's where liberation happens. So it's like stay with the question and just keep asking it in every experience innocently and quickly. You're going to make so much more progress on your spiritual evolution without one question behind being the motivator behind everything. You'll save yourself hundreds of lifetimes. Incarnation just staying with that question leading purify you into the awareness of who you truly are that so inspiring and i am ready to go out in practice. Meet sued methodology or just that first factors to put on those lands. I love the. we'd sit lenses. that's what i would like to call them. And thank you. So much for this insightful conversation i mean i am honestly feeling a lot more inspired to beyond mellon journey just by listening to talk and just by how simply put these concepts that are often over-complicated. So thank you so much for. Not just what she said but the way you explain it as well island love it. I'm so glad to hear the news guy. Thank you for having me. It's been a real pleasure of chat with you. And i'm excited for our next This conversation forward aaron and thank you so much for joining me and the audience. Likewise we'll.

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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"Here <Silence> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Male> for the moment. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> But i can. <Speech_Male> I can make this <Speech_Male> easier by <Speech_Male> stepping back <Speech_Male> from from identifying <Speech_Male> with it. <Speech_Male> This is my suffering. <Speech_Male> I'm the sufferer. <Speech_Male> Just <Speech_Male> leave all those ideas alone. <Speech_Male> Just step <Speech_Male> back and be the <Speech_Male> pure empty witness. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Be <Speech_Male> a pair of floating <Speech_Male> eyeballs <Speech_Male> like no brain <Speech_Male> even attached <SpeakerChange> just <Speech_Male> witnessing <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that <SpeakerChange> act <Speech_Male> in and of itself uproots <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> the source of the pain <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> by doing <Speech_Male> that consistently <Speech_Male> every time <Silence> the thoughts are appearing <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> really just sort of ideas <Speech_Male> auditioning <Speech_Male> for your attention <Speech_Male> like <Speech_Male> hey pay attention <Speech_Male> to me. 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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

01:49 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"You will ever find it by being obsessed with past future in actually all suffering is past and future because all suffering is either remembered or anticipated but in this present moment. There isn't suffering. There might be pain in the present moment. There's no in the present moment because suffering in the minds narration or creating a story out of the pain we experience. Why is this happening to me. If only that had happened instead if i could go back to when it was better these kinds of stories are what creates suffering so the power of now is about teaching you why the present moment is the eternal home. You've always been looking for and how to live in the present moment which is really the freedom from negative thinking essentially and Is there something that breaks. You are to break through suffering luke because sometimes it's negative. Todd can be so powerful that you want to break through them but there just isn't enough. Or what is the frigate. I helped to break through that suffering loop or that mind. The nato's produce the mind. Will i would say that. Firstly when you are suffering you have to know that this is a feedback from something earlier So it's maybe like shouting into a cave or something if you shout into a cave the sound waves echo through the back and then come back to the front and you hear the echo at the by the time you're hearing the echo there's nothing you can do to stop the echo is. It's the result of the past. Activity suffering is like that. You're suffering from something you've already believed or thought or done so just know like as this pain is here now. I can't. there's nothing. I can do to hold the plug on it. It's.

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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

04:25 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"And they're both actually channelled texts. If those might not be familiar it's going to sound. Maybe walk to some people but channeling is the practice of communicating with get say higher density beings. Maybe even extraterrestrials or something. Have you wanted to find that beings. Higher magnitudes of intelligence devolution communicating with them. Through your mind. And it's essentially the practice of it. It's very difficult practice. Because you have to be a very advanced meditators who can induce who can put yourself into a trance. State essentially in a trance. State is the state of no conscious. Mind working conscious. Mind being completely put to bed. And so it's just your subconscious mind is open like a like a radio transmitter. Just open to receive a signal and then with that intention of an open for communication hired higher intelligence beings can then actually communicate ideas to you through thought but your conscious mind has to be out of the way. That's obviously a pretty difficult to do. So some of these chandler's who practice this over the last you know. Many many decades the course was written in the seventies was channeled in the seventies log. One was channeled in the eighties. They've been able to make contact with some pretty remarkable Beings that had a messages to deliver in the law of one was communicated by an entity that identified itself as raw and raw is actually not just one entity but a social memory complex of about six million entities whose minds have become joined Who were communicating a message about the nature of the universe which is essentially all as one. It's called the law of one every see included. You are the one infinite creator. Whatever that means to the formless intelligence of the universe everything is that out of that philosophy they sort of had it explained what the nature of the universe is in reincarnation all the really kinda fun topics that we we. Wrestle with in spirituality. The log on has answers for those questions that are truly astounding but also resonate in such a powerful way that basically everybody. I know who reads the log. One comes away from its saying. Wow it's like. I knew all of this already. But i'm just like remembering it.

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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"I don't know can say to answer. Your question is that there's always seems to be a real like repulsion that i've had for suffering like i've never been able to just accept with live with my suffering. There's been some kind of maybe like deep innate knowing in me like this isn't right. this isn't by true nature. this shouldn't be happening There is freedom from this available to find it like that conviction has never left me. I've i think the only reason i didn't i struggled with really depressive suicidal thoughts for a long time but i never thought of giving in to them. I was just like suffering from the fact that they were always there. Life is meaningless. Life is hopeless. Give up give up give up. But that internal like awareness always knew like that's not true. I'm not giving into that. I know that there's an answer solution or remedy to this pain. And because of that. I was just always seeking answers relentlessly and like i mentioned a minute ago really had that reckless abandonments to this path. I mean when it had the spiritual awakening really all the dot did for me was to prove beyond any shadow of doubt that that state is absolutely possible to the human. It's available in this lifetime. But it's it's pretty radical finely tuned to state of consciousness. That you're not just going to stumble into you've got a wanted with all your heart and soul and go forward and give up everything else. That's in its way or you're not gonna have it. And i believe that's really what all our souls are here doing as long as we still have personally golick desires. We're going to keep the cycle of rebirth going. But eventually you'll get to a place in your journey where the question who am i will appear inside of you and it will not be quenched by anything like no personal desire note. Worldly pleasure can satisfy it. Somebody could lay a million pounds of gold at your feet. They give up that question. And i'll give you this and it would be like dirty or something right like it means nothing. The only thing that matters to me is to find the answer to this question. Who am i. And i think i sort of had that burning question in me since i can remember and i thought for that in christianity as a kid in saw that in jesus was very inspired moved by jesus. That's now i do a lot of teaching on christ. I have some serious on my youtube channel..

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"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"In a trigger when you have a traumatic memory reappear case baby you have to inquire into the source of that who is on. Whose behalf is thought appearing because we were commonly just kidding ourselves to be the ego the ego mind and so what. I thought appears it's just claimed as yet. That's my thought. I'm thinking i am believing this in that's not questioned. All of these thoughts just get amplified over time and the golic identity gets stronger so self acquiring the practice of finding the source of the thought who is generating. This thought who's on. Whose behalf is this memory appearing. And when you ask that question the answer becomes clear. Oh it's it's ego. It's conditioning thinking this. It's not the true nature thinking this and if you can have that insight this is not my true nature but this is an ego then. There's a separation that happens a separation in identity that happens. Which drains that sought of. Its influence on you so now we watched and witnessed and the thought might be saying. Hey scream at this person custom out whatever but you now have the awareness that that thoughts not my thought which means it's not what i want to do so self awareness to me is to be very present with whatever appears and to just keep questioning and looking at who is the source of this thought and the reason that's so powerful is because your true nature is completely silent completely still in perfect. It doesn't have any personal desires. Our needs it's not lacking anything doesn't want anything. It just shines as that bright beautiful loving awareness in every moment so it's never the one generating those thoughts. It's always the mind and that doesn't mean you have to discard every single. Thought if if there's a useful thought. Like oh i need to enter that email great. That's a useful. We can make use of that but it's causing me suffering. That's the sort of cue that it's i need to inquire into the source of this thought..

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

04:17 min | 9 months ago

"one question" Discussed on Unique U

"Everyone welcome to the hugh podcast today. We have a very special guest amongst us. It's aaron abc. And aaron is shoot inspiration because as against the aaron is pretty young but he talks about something very nontraditional and something that touches our hearts and souls which is -ality and i'm super excited to have aaron here and share his perspective on the world and how he sees virtuality so welcome and thank you so much for joining us today in our audience. Me a new to pleasure to be here and i wanted to. I'm so excited. Jump right into the conversation with you because there's so many things are personally want to learn from you and i think the audience could benefit from so first question. That comes to mind is what is spiritual. You think it's religion. Do you think it meditation. Or what do you think spirituality is in its essence from our perspective. Boil down. But i believe spirituality is in a nutshell. I would say self-awareness. There's no term that. I think better scribes would we say. Oh this is a very spiritual person a lot of times. People think a spiritual person as somebody who has a lot of spiritual knowledge and i've experienced had relationships with with more than one person who were incredibly spiritual knowledgeable who could write the best books. Big have had their own podcasts. They were extremely virtually wives. And they were just about the least self-aware people i've ever met when they were in a trigger or something of that nature there is just no awareness presents no consciousness. It was total ego defense mechanisms Nothing i could do would break out of their triggers and that was having those relationships with people has been out was a huge. Wake up call to me that like. Hey let's not forget. The map is not the territory right. Just because you've collected a bunch of concepts doesn't mean you are truly becoming more spiritual back a lot of times as you probably know..

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"one question" Discussed on This Is Success

This Is Success

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"one question" Discussed on This Is Success

"Services provided by individuals or companies that help people with things like resumes. How to look for jobs so that is definitely something that can be asked for that is not necessarily offered unless someone will ask for it and what about healthcare what often happens with health care is that an employee will go on something called Cobra, which is a continuation of healthcare benefits but from the employees perspective, it's much more expensive than what they would have been paying in as an employee of the company. So what they should be asking for is a continuation of their health care plan for a period of time as it had existed previously. Okay, and then what about if you've been fortunate enough to have some sort of retirement account? What did you think about when you're laid off? Can you completely fund it? You know for the year if you're laid off before the end of the Hallandale year meaning if you're laid off in March, could you put in all the money replanning to put in your 401k to December at that point in March? Yes you can ask your employer is something that you can do. So that's one thing, and then you should talk to a financial advisor about what the specifics are about how long you have to rollover that 401k and whether you can keep it in your previous employers investment system. These are all specific things you can do. Once you've learned that you're being laid off and you're not going to have a job but part of being laid off as we've talked about his there's the emotional component to it. It's like you are going through five stages of grief and there's maybe out of six one embarrassment. So how do you prepare emotionally what advice do you give long-term going forward did just cope with the fact that you have been laid off from your job. I. Think the biggest thing that I would recommend is to resist self criticism. That's number one when something like this happens. Our minds are naturally going to go to what could I have done differently. What could I have done to prevent this from happening, pull yourself out of that, you know stop reliving it. Number two is really take action. So a lot of those things we were talking about Charlie. Apply for unemployment. Update your resume. Talk to your friends and family about what happened start to activate your network, refresh your linked in profile. Take stock of your finances, all these things will give you a sense of I'm in control I can do these things. Yes something happened to me that I didn't have control over, but these are things that I can do. To take back control over my own life and my own career. Susan. Thank you very much. You're welcome. Susan. Pepper corn is an executive career coach at positive.

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"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Sure you're on the list and you will get the invitation coming very very soon. Okay it is Monday and that means we always start. I know we'll do quick today. Have you done your homework? Did you sit down? Did you pay attention to where you're going right now your rolls, your goals everything in your life in other words he's here's the really simple cliff notes version. Are there things you like and you want to keep things you don't like you WanNa Change. That's it. Scribble it down look at it and say if I like it, I'm GonNa. Make make plans to make sure I don't ever lose what I really like in my life. And if they don't like it I'm going to sit down and figure out how to change it. It's all there is to do your homework. It's the most important thing you can do. It's you paying attention to you. Once you that you can pay attention just about anybody else. You know that's too right. GotTa Take Care Take Care Yourself first. So let's get to that one question. The question I just love to talk about I use all the time. This question came about years and years ago I. Think it was around two thousand six when I started asking myself this question at a beaver us with your is still remember to this day I was in a home depot parking lot in. Lake Mary Florida where I was at the time. And my first wife Cheryl had had gotten terminal cancer and she was in the process dying I. Never saw that way I I could I sold a miracle that we may may could save and I also recognize that we'll maybe not. Is Frustrated I was at home depot buying something who knows what it was, but something to to make life more comfortable and I was kind of freaked out about never forgets about my car in that home people parking lot. I was next to the place where you take the carts back and pushing the cart in there. That can the heck am I gonNA do? I do it to wife time what do? I had to ask the question and you feel this way right now you may be because of the pandemic. You may be feeling that way. Maybe you felt sidelined past few months or maybe busier than ever you can't even breathe. I. Couldn't read that. It's terrible. I wasn't alone. I. Knew it at the time and you're not alone right now people feel this way. Well, balanced right focused lacking direction lacking momentum. Fearful? It's scary sometimes. When I feel momentum do that when I feel momentum slow I discover that day. This very simple question. That I always ask myself or others when they need a boost and it's so simple. Write it down. Okay. What can I do? I. Know It's like wait a second. What do you mean that Scott so can i? Yeah. It's a direct question into your mind your subconscious mind if you will. What can I do now? Here's a trip to the question. I found this a lot of people because you're the boss of you. Right you don't have to do what you say. I'm going to do the Scott I'm gonNA, start a died on Monday then Monday you don't change my mind on the blossoming same thing here. You can ask the question what can I do and the answers are going to flood into your mind, but you may not like them right. Are you willing to ask. We right now think for just a moment. Is there anything in the world right now that maybe you just don't know what to do you just don't. Are you willing to ask that question? Are you ready to accept the answer? No matter how small it may be. It may be just a small tiny tiny adjustment get you where you WanNa go and that's it. Some people overlook those adjustments. They think that's not gonNA do anything it does if you do a little bit every single day right so maybe the answer the comes in little things been nagging me for a while. I just haven't done it. If I did things change maybe that's what you get. Maybe you get the big scary one, right I know these are the tough ones. These are the ones where you just sit around for a long time and things like pandemics tend to take the big stuff and go. Hello. Putting off for years citing the big stuff something significant needs to change. And you haven't had to do it. It's amazing. How change instantly like that very second that we have to. So when you ask that question, I really mean this because I asked it to my clients all the time. And they're fearful of the answer. So, the rule is pretty simple. It's just you'd have to ask and accept whatever comes to your mind. Now over the time that I've been doing life and and working with tens of thousands of people these days I have learned, it comes in two varieties, I kind of tease chatel already. Okay. Number one it's a very minimal adjustment in some areas of your life will get huge results. Maybe not this moment but maybe it might be just a phone call or whatever anything. Somebody. Number to. The realization that something significant must change and it must change now. Are you ready to toss out the old and go for it. Oh Scott Right now's not the time maybe it has to be the time I. Don't know. But asking simple question. Sets you up to be in charge in control, and that's usually where people feel. What people feel when they're trying to move forward they feel like they have no control. The truth is you do if you're willing to take it back into begins right inside of you. So four little words. I promise you if you'RE IN A. Relationship or a bad job or you just need to move or something has to happen if you ask those questions that question to yourself as four little words, what can I do and you're willing to accept the answer that comes into your head? And boy, there's a good chance you're not. But if you're willing to. Take Action on it. You'll change everything you will make you ge- huge impact on your life and those around you. You know why? that. Control comes back control back. You start to look frankly very sexy to other people. WHOA. Where did you get your self confidence? Why you so sexy? What you do. She said I'm glad you say well. It's just four words. In a question. What can I do you spry big week coming up this week as I go until momentum for the month of August every single day doing exactly what I do constantly because I know this is what you do and this is what everybody around. This has any kind of happy successful life does. Pick themselves up doesn't so fof figure out what has to be done. Next take that next step and keep going keep going. Go One day leads the week leave. So monthly to six months each year leads to five years at least twenty years you're sitting on the rocking chair as they say, when you're eighty years old, go on plow what a cool life. That's my goal. Heading there fast. Although not too fast..

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"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Climate Twenty twenty is powered by Exelon the nation's largest clean energy provider on stands with the vast majority of its ten million customers who want cleaner air and affordable reliable energy for more information visit Exelon Corp uh dot com so our special guests this week is climate journalist Maggie Door Maggie made an amazing chart for climate twenty twenty that it was on our website by the way the breaks down all the candidates and where they stand on some of the biggest hot button climate issues give us a rundown of of you think really is genuinely concerned about doing something about climate and maybe who is it I think there are several candidates that had put climate change really at the top of their agendas and I think we're seeing Bernie I think we're seeing Warren and steer to some extent also have all really put the issue there but at this point in time we have seen pretty robust climate change plans for most of the major candidates and I think that is actually a reaction to Pressure from the bottom you mentioned Bernie in Warren Yeah and also Tom Style who has zero chance of being the nominee as the ones who are most concerned about Climate do you think it makes a difference whether one of the two of them is the nominee in terms of the climate issue I think that both of them have similarly very aggressive plans. I think Warren at this point in time has laid out much more detail for how she would enact those plans actually think that's really important because within the many different plans that were in has released on Climate Change within them contains a lot of actions that can be done within adjusts the executive branch she released a major plan on how the military can lower its emissions the US military's a huge mirror that would make a big difference and that's something that you know Congress necessarily doesn't have to sign off on so there may not be political capital for many French giant climate bills but there might be plenty of room within the executive branch if the plan has been already decided and put in place and it's just you know science into law the day she's an office executive action executive action can basically she can direct the military to lower their emissions exactly how how would they do that well they've already we've already seen in the past there's a lot of great research and Development Opportunity within the military they've done some small test runs for how they can use news.

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"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Asian to fifty percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions by twenty thirty if I were the moderator I would've taken things that everybody understands like like the reductions by you know within ten you know fifteen years here's my my prediction is that the youth leaders will rise at Mr demanding from these these candidates that they they have to and the election of November two thousand twenty with Jeff Nesbit my co host who said in O'hare airport the moment and David Gilmour trump administration due to California's vehicle emission standards that in.

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"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

Climate 2020

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"one question" Discussed on Climate 2020

"Elkin to climate twenty twenty podcast about climate change in the twenty twenty election. I'm David Gilbert with Jeff but jeff would normally come in at this point but but he's not here right now he's on a flight from O'hare as we speak in so it's just My executive producer Janet Babylon myself I Janet so right for the session I did speak with Jeff on his cell phone while he was at O'hare to talk about the fourth presidential debate in Ohio last Tuesday night Jeff tell you that I began to feel last night watching three hours of that debate with twelve candidates and no mention of climate change by any moderators that may be climate doesn't have a lot to do with the two thousand election what's your take on this well I I've got to say I'm I'm right with you I think we have our work cut out for David with this podcast if it weren't for Bernie Sanders injecting climate change into one of his answers answering the moderators didn't pick and then in a couple of others you know Doing their best to try to inject it would never have come up I think I think first of all they checked the major check the box with the CNN town hall and a little bit with the MSNBC debate the other problem is the media response to the to the now so what happened two days ago impeachment. What do you say to those who fear that impeachment is distraction from issues that impact people's Day to day lives scare the economy and could backfire on Democrats we can do two things at once honestly I think we really have our work cut out jeff here's the thing this debate was sponsored not by Fox News it was sponsored by the New York Times by CNN these are both institutions that repeatedly referred to climate as the existential issue as the single biggest issue facing the human species not just Americans but people all over the world it's hard to square the polling that says the climate is one of the top two or three issues among Democrats with the fact that it was totally ignored by the by the journalists by the moderators Anderson Cooper the guy from the New York Times Mark Lacey An Erin Burnett from CNN not once did these representatives of CNN and the New York Times bring the issue of climate and yet those institutions are the ones that are telling us the climate is the existential issue of our time so a couple of things first maybe I think we need to drop the word existential I think I'm just GonNa get rid of it I mean I'm removed from my lexicon and I'm going to start to use the phrase really scary or maybe even just scary I think using the word existential may make it difficult for folks to to to raise this issue But more seriously here's the problem with even with CNN in New York Times Yeah The New York Times has twelve climate reporters to climate editors they're clearly committed this issue but that's not who is moderating this debate policy vix tends to trump everything and you know this from your days sixty minutes I know from my days as a national journalists when you get into the political season issues fade into the background and the politics of the moment take the center stage that's what we're facing we're now squarely in the teeth of the political season so issues I don't care how big they are how really scary they are they they tend not to me onto the stage you know Jeff I would've maybe expected this two years ago three years ago four years ago but in the last year I mean you and I have been working on this issue for you know for a decade now at least and in the last year we have actually picked up some traction I mean this issue has been we've just seen four million people around the world go out and demonstrate about climate the polling says it's a big it's a big issue Democrats are looking to break out there are looking to go at each other and they're they're there for whatever taking the political calculation that they can't do it on climate change they they don't want to move far left on the climate issue and separate themselves from the pack and there is no sort of mainstream moderate central left position yet on climate one has an emerged so they can't actually differentiate themselves on the stage now when we get to the general election and it's comparison between the worst environmental president in the history of America in Donald Trump. Let's call it what it is I mean he has gutted for every environmental law he can possibly take aim at he's withdrawn from the Paris climate agreement and he's abrogated virtually every international climate negotiations principle that you can possibly imagine versus the whoever the Democratic candidate is then it's wedge issue then then sixty five seventy percent of the American voters who want to see action climate can raise their voice but we're a long way from general exit right now and what you see is none of the Democratic candidates figuring out how to seize this issue as the Rome and use it to separate themselves from the pack I have to say one nice thing about Bernie last night he he made a very elegant position from the immoral pharmacy manufacturers who pump out these opioids knowing knowing the harm that they're gonNA cause to the equally immoral fossil you'll executives who knew early very early what greenhouse gas emissions could do to our climate but they went ahead and filled the atmosphere with those greenhouse gas emissions anyway but it was a very it was a very elegant transition I thought that Bernie maiden and Bernie really was very strong on this issue and you get a sense that he really has passionate you know it's not at the debate lacked passion there was passionate about guns about impeachment about opioids climate not I I was thinking about sort of fantasizing what's the question I would like the moderators to ask these candidates if they were going to ask one question and I wish they had asked is most of you say that you want a drastic radical reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by twenty thirty or twenty thirty five so candidates how are you going to get there how are you going to do that and is there going to be pain experienced by the by the electorate because it's going to cost a lot of money because you're gonNA have to do without maybe the price of gas is going to go up I mean that question it's not as if they're not my point is is that it's not as if there are no questions to ask about climate there are very powerful questions and if they're talking out spending fifteen minutes on who's going to pay for Medicare for all they could spend at least a few minutes on how are we going to pay for and how are we going to manage transit out frozen California or the hurricanes and flooding and then connected that and asked a question about costs versus what do we do about it to you know to prepare for the something like that yeah whatever the cost is to get those those emissions down by fifty percent in the next fifteen years it's worth it compared to the cost of not doing yeah but even that question people's eyes glaze over even the fifty percent by which we all know has to occur with forty five fifty percent.

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"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"So I'm telling you look at your list, look at why you're doing what's important to you. And slowly just eliminated things that you didn't gay. I just don't need to do this. I know you have a big long list, you've got to get rid of some of the stuff, and you got a match up to your lifestyle, and you want this super secret CPR reason and thing that you can do to keep this from never happening again. I ready. It's pretty simple. Won't you figured out that you're not gonna the action up putting off things you don't won't do. And should mean, you list any way you started Clinton that list out? Call it out. Right gets that list. Once you get stuff out of the way, what's going to be left or thinks you really do want to do. That's what you should focus on all the time. That's the positive of this focus on what you want to be doing. You're not gonna put that stuff off. Anyway. But once you do you have to protect the word. No, you gotta use the word. No. You've got to decide that you are not allowing all this crazy stuff is just getting the way your perfect life. To sit on your list all day, not get done. Anyway. Right. So just evaluate justify. If if your boss is putting a ton of stuff on your list, and it's never gonna stop and that bosses never gonna stop giving you stuff. You might want to change bosses or change jobs that might be what you have to do. I'm just saying look at your lifestyle and adjusted if you're not going to do it than darn it. Don't put lowest taxes in-depth excluded here. Okay. Even if you don't want to do the death. You can put it off. All you want to eventually, you're going to do it. Okay. Taxes put it off. All you want to eventually, they'll come to you. Trust me when you get that first letter make sure he answering just saying, hey, go to both ovation move dot com. Try what we do seven well five as we get really go to six days a week here, pretty quick emails. Text messages to coaching calls everything else that we do to really really help you stay motivated inspired. If you ideas along the way, just remember one thing as I part today if you're procrastinating on a task. Is it really that important or should be off your missed?

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"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"K N E I P P as I spell it. Use that promo code boost and say that fifteen percent. All right. You're gonna be glad you did. This is fantastic. Fantastic product. Okay. So some lex ter- stuff today on the program. Right. That's kind of fired up this time of year. I kind of get there, and I get really excited because I get into the rituals and the holiday season, I enjoy all that crazy stuff. And I also enjoy getting into January and getting a fresh start again after we will get a little bit of a break. So we're going to build toward that I want you to really get everything you want not only the end of the year some gifts, maybe, but also really rock twenty nineteen at one way, we're going to have to do that. Help you do that. This is forever ever ever ever a problem with people not just you? It's a whole bunch of folks. Procrastination? So what if I could give you one question? Though, it stop you from procrastinating. A possible Scott. You can't do that. Well, listen, I don't do things the hard way. I don't I learned a long time ago that you can sit down. And collect all the issue want to all the tips, and all the strategies, you can read all the books. You can listen to all the podcast good all the seminars. But at the end of the day, it's the click. It's that one simple thing that makes sense to you. It makes you go. Okay. And you just start doing it have you ever noticed that? Usually you just one day start or one day, you stop something I need to lose weight. But I can't get my diet and one day you do go on a diet stuff happens. So I've got a little different take on procrastination. I've had for very long time. And this really kind of comes into mind as ir to design my life to live the life of my choosing it it's not kind of crazy not one of those crazy lifestyle. Designed guys I'm very simple goal in my life as I'd get up in the morning, be happy. When I wake up, which means kind of wake up at the time. I want to do what I want to all day long make the money that I wanna make do the things I like to do go to bed at night, really, really. Happy and tired, and then get up and do it again. I know it sounds kind of utopian, right? But why not I have a choice in my life. So I get to choosing. So everything that I come up with for use in my life is to maintain that is to create. So if I decided when you get really active one day and something crazy, I can do it. If not I can sit around a pet the Packers that's fine too. They're kind of hard to pet though they don't like to be petted a whole lot. You gotta catch him for crested nation stops a lot of folks from getting what they want in life. Now, what is it?.

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"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"one question" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Oh, we have a whole lot holiday week. Here almost going over the river and through the woods to grandma's house that here let me just take an aside here for saying we'll make the show just a few minutes longer today because I want to plant something in your head. If I can may I is that all right in sort of thought. Rituals and traditions are really really really important to making your life better. And you know, that you have things you to every single year. Like, I walk into like, a Home Depot or grocery store, and you know, cinnamon broomsticks that they they put out my late wife used to buy those. And that was always the indicator that the holiday season was upon us. I would smell it in my house and to this day now joy who had been married to now eleven years doesn't buy those which this day when I smell those at the store, I buy it and bring it home. It starts at for me. It's kind of sad they're selling them in August now. But nonetheless it happens this time of year. I know it's going to get busy. I know it's going to get crazy. Some folks might have trouble with money and family issues happen, but do the best you can to maybe establish tradition. Maybe started this year do something maybe you did last year the year before Dusen rituals. I mean, maybe it's hard for you to decorate a house with decorations on now. But you know, what it makes a difference for yourself for others as well. Well, so I know it's going to get busy. Can you do me a favor? Can you just sit down and say, hey, this year, I want to establish something maybe something that I would like in my life. And maybe I want to reestablish something. I used to do that might be fun again. I think you'll enjoy that. Before we get on with today's show. It is brought to you by up. Could is wonderful. I really thank them. Appreciate them for supporting the daily boost knife is a leading bath and body company. They make plant based vegan a bath and body products that that's hard to find. It's good stuff that they've been doing it a longtime one hundred twenty five years has been how long they created the first bath and body products that they have here for health and wellbeing on top of being plant base and vegan all of connives production methods are dermatologist tested and recommend. Boy, I can tell that to their cruelty free. They do not have any preservatives or paraffins silicones are mineral oil anything like that. And some of the best sellers include bath salts Artika gels creams and a whole bunch more. Now, I I'm excited about this. I really got kind of caught off guard there. What is it? They don't have any preservative is I forgot about that. But that's one of the reasons I use them when I knew I was going to have conniption the daily boost I said, hey, send me a box. So I can check it out. And I'm not kind of pampering kind of guy. But it got this box of stuff. And I said, well, let's try it. So the first thing I did was I grabbed that it's called the mint eucalyptus bath wash stuff. Awesome. Now, have you ever washed with something? And it's like, it doesn't really feel clean. It. Maybe doesn't really smell great. And if you're like me, maybe your eyes get red, and maybe get a little sniffly from it. That's all the chemicals people put in everything it doesn't happen. We kind of products. It does not happen. And that's why I use them every single data. Now, I live on a farm now we at the animal's out here. So every single day I'm getting out there as well. The very next thing. I did was something I'm never done in my life before I got into their their hand creams, their intensive moisturizing hand creams, they work wonderfully and the same deal, they don't smell. They don't make my hands sneaky, but dog doesn't lick my head say what's that? They're good things. It really is. And I just noticed on the web page to a little bit ago. Kaanai type has a great holiday gift section. So you may want to check that two guys. I'm telling you, this is very hard to go wrong. I know it's hard to buy stiffer for for your ladies sometimes, but not gonna go wrong with this tried out get over there. For a limited time, you can get fifteen percent off your first order by going dot com. That's dot com. K N E. I P P dot com and using the promo code boost at checkout. That's fifteen percent off your first order at dot com..

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