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"operating system" Discussed on Raising The Standard
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"operating system" Discussed on Raising The Standard
"Are we stopping to acknowledge. Are we stopping to seek to declare to discern define and discover the will of god for our lives. and if. You're not doing those things. If you're not interrupting that pattern in your life in being intentional and purposeful not just for the sake of being intentional. Not just for the sake of being mindful. But for the sake of acknowledging. The lord's will and priority in placement in your life. Then you are most likely running on default okay. So how do we break the cycle. How do we break the pattern. How do we rewire and create a new default operating system within us. So i found some keys. I wanna make this practical. And i wanna share these with you and i have two versus here and they are two practical ways that we can acknowledge the lord in everything we do and it has to do with commitment. There's a verse that says commit your works to the lord and your plans will be established proverbs sixteen three and then we also know commit your way to the lord trust also in him and he will do it some thirty seven five so here we see commit your works and commit your way right from the beginning not after you start not after you make the decision but right from the beginning prayerfully consider and then commit your works and commit your way for his glory now. The way i do this and it's even the way this message that i'm sharing with you now is download it to me is that i give the lord the best part of the day so i have a morning ritual. I have a sacred space and on future episodes. I'm going to be sharing more about this morning. Routine how you can tap in and how you can access what. I call the unfair advantage. If you're interested in that if you're looking for a new program or a way to connect with god that's deep meaningful practical and you wanna learn more about that. Stay tuned future episodes. Because i'm going to be sharing exactly what that looks like. But here's a key. I want to give you right now. The lord knows what you need before you ask. In fact jesus says that. As he's teaching the disciples how to pray so. Listen to me here because this can kick in a default that's low level for us and we can easily say well..
"operating system" Discussed on Raising The Standard
"Will for your life so guys the answer to this problem is changing our default. So guys i want to share something with you. I was spending some time with the lord. The other day and i was just enjoying time in his presence and i was directed to proverbs chapter three and there was a verse. That just was really highlighted to me and a really appeared as a follow up to last week's episode the war of two wisdom's because if we're talking about two wisdom's are available to us as men. There's a natural earthly logical wisdom from below and then there's also a heavenly wisdom a wisdom from above an unearthly wisdom that we have access to the question now becomes. How do we access it. How do we walk in this place where we're tapping in to wisdom from another realm and we're we're choosing god over just what's good enough because the biggest challenge we have is we have this decision to make of. Is it good or is it. God and these decisions can set the trajectory for our life and we have to approach them with really focusing on uncovering the will of god for our lives as individuals. So i wanna share this verse. That was highlighted to me from the book of proverbs and it's proverbs chapter three for six. I'm going to read the verse to you in all your ways. Acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight. So how do we break the cycle of default. How do we interrupt this lower level operating system that just kicks in and takes over and we just ended up going through motions. Let me tell you. It's more than mindfulness for the kingdom driven. Man it's hidden in this verse through the word acknowledged in all your ways. Acknowledge him so. I did a word study on. The word acknowledged. Because i wanted to really uncover. What does this mean. what can we get from it. And how do we practically an everyday sense. Walk through our lives acknowledging god because that is a key here for him making our paths straight and.
"operating system" Discussed on Raising The Standard
"What's your default programming. We all have it. We all have a default operating system that we resort to and that becomes the baseline for how we live our lives. Most men are running on a default program there mindlessly going through the motions. This can lead to mediocrity. This can lead to just good enough and just being average and ultimately just going through the motions in life as kingdom driven men. We are called to do it a different way in today's show. We are going to look at how to change your default operating system now. The wisdom of this world has a method and they have a framework for how they do this but as kingdom driven man. We do it a different way..
Twitter posts Q3 net loss due to lawsuit settlement
"There are mixed results from quarterly earnings from Google and Twitter digital ad spending a Google drove its parent company alphabet's profits up sixty eight percent in the third quarter Google is the world's dominant search engine it owns the biggest mobile operating system and android and runs YouTube according to eMarketer Google holds twenty nine percent of the global four hundred fifty five billion dollar digital ad market Twitter posted a net loss mainly because of a lawsuit settlement but its revenue rose sharply in the third quarter boosted by solid ad sales worldwide Twitter says it has two hundred eleven million daily active users on average in the third quarter up thirteen percent from a year earlier I'm a Donahue
What We Know About iOS 15
"Operating system. We're gonna talk a little bit about that today. Kind of what we know about it what to expect all those fun details. Let's start here. So when will iowa's fifteen launch. Obviously we're going to hear about this on tuesday but if you're if you're trying to get a figure out an idea of wind we might see it I came up with a little bit of a ballpark estimate. And some of this is based on the launch of the iphone. Eleven in iowa's thirteen so the way it shook out back. Then which was i believe. Twenty nineteen apple had its event. Ten days later it released the next iphone. So basically the week of the event that friday where the preordered the week after that the phone was available for sale and iowa's thirteen launch the day before. So what does this mean for. Iowa's fifteen the apple event is on september fourteenth. In that case that friday september seventeenth would likely be when we see pre orders on the iphone. And then we'd see the iphone launch on september twenty fourth. If that's the case then that would likely mean that we see iowa's fifteen the day before which is september twenty third again. All a ballpark estimate just going off of kind of previous history of how they've done things how this pans that will see. But that's looking roughly. Maybe kind of like what we can expect to see. Iowa's fifteen available on our phones next question of course is how to download it. This parts fairly simple. Easy way to do it is go to your phone. Go to settings than general then go to software update and you'll see the little wheelspin and it'll tell you whether i was fifteen is ready to roll Usually if you're on east coast time. It's usually around the afternoon sets the best time to check. There are some older iphones though where you could plug in your laptop and go through i tunes kind of the old fashioned way It's you know it's it's not. It's not as clean
"operating system" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
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South Korea Bans Google, Apple Payment Monopolies
"A new bill that set to become law in south korea could put a dent in google. And apple's dominance over in-app purchases right now app developers who sell through the tech giant's app stores are required to use the company's in house payment systems which gives google and apple a cut of up to thirty percent of the sale but a bill passed yesterday by south korea's parliament would change that by allowing at makers to use other options for getting payments. It would be the first. Such law in the world. Though similar measures have been proposed in the us and europe apple and google have defended requiring the use of their payment systems. Apple says using other systems could increase the risk of fraud and privacy violations. Google says the commission's help keep its android operating system free.
Windows 11 Is Coming This October
"He c- fans pc owners market calendars on tuesday. Microsoft announced. it will start rolling out windows. Eleven the latest version of its operating system for personal computers on october fifth. It's a free upgrade and it will become available on eligible windows ten pc's npc's preloaded with windows eleven. The company said on tuesday. The tech giant plans to stagger the rollout. So it's not going to be on october fifth every single computer. That's eligible get windows. Eleven is going to get it. They're going to stagger it out and consider factors such as hardware eligibility reliability metrics age of the device in a lot of other different factors. microsoft expects all eligible. pc's to get the opportunity to upgrade to windows. Eleven by the middle of twenty twenty two now of course. Several device makers have already put out windows eligible devices that are we ready ago once windows. Eleven launches acer dell samsung lenovo among them windows ten p. owners will get an alert letting them know when they're ready to get their upgrade
From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06
"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's
Here’s Why Apple’s New Child Safety Features Are So Controversial
"Now. For better or worse we've gotten used to our content being scanned in moderated in the class especially when it shared facebook and instagram scan everything that shared on their platforms and report over twenty million pieces of content to nick mic every year dropbox scans platforms microsoft and google skin there platforms child abuse material. In fact microsoft makes photo dna which is the software most of these used for scanning most every company has been scanning your data in the cloud except for apple which has long resisted looking at user data in the name of privacy apple even markets the iphone using privacy as teacher. What's up billboards. Let's say what happens on your iphone stays in your iphone but with this new announcement. Apples crossed a very big bridge in order to avoid simply scanning your photos in the cloud apple system. I involves your phone generating hash signatures of all of your photos. Matching those values against a database of hashes provided by nick. Nick that's also on your phone and then attaching safety vouchers to those images. As uploaded to cloud photos all of this happens using a variety of complex encryption methods designed to keep your photos and the process private from apple but if enough of your photos are matches the system will flag the images apple will have a human review them and pass them along to nick if appropriate the trade off is that instead of scanning images in the cloud apple has designed what it says is a much more private process that involves scanning images on your phone and that is a very big line to cross basically the iphones operating system. Now has the capability to look at your photos and mash them up against a database illegal content and you cannot remove it and while we all agree that adding this capability is justifiable in the face of child abuse. There are huge questions about what happens when governments around the world from the uk to china. Ask apple to matchup other kinds of
Apple Will Reject Demands to Use Child Abuse Detection System for Surveillance
"Is pushing back against concerns over its child abuse detection tools, Kristen Goodwin explains in a statement on its site. Apple defends a new detection system to flag any child sexual abuse material shared to iCloud. Nine accusations that will be forced to expand the system to surveil customers. Reps say. We have faced demands to build and deploy government mandated changes that degrade the privacy of users before and have steadfastly refused those demands. We will continue to refuse them in the future. The update part of Apple's Iowa's 15 operating system set to roll out this fall, using cryptography to identify when users upload any child abuse imagery to its storage service.
Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic
"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going
Apple Music Brings Its Spatial Audio and Lossless Streaming to Android
"Macrumors says apple music for android has joined the loss luis spatial party on thursday. The peace says the company updated its apple music for android app to introduce support for spatial audio and lost luis music. Quality bringing feature parody to the android and ios operating systems other additions to the app elicited by apple include. Automatic cross. Paid a new way to listen. That blends each song into the next spray. Seamless experience according to the company and search enhancements to library which allow you to more easily. Find your favorite music within line search.
States sue Google over mobile app store - Morning Briefing - Marketplace Minute - July 8, 2021
"Attorneys general of thirty six states and the district of columbia are suing alleging google engages in monopolistic practices. And it's mobile app store. The lawsuit says that's driving up. Prices for consumers google is seeking to dismiss the lawsuit and said in a statement that its android operating system is more open than
Jon Panozzo From Unraid Updates on 6.9
"John. Welcome back we've been waiting awhile to get you. I'll come back to home gadget geeks. Thanks appreciate it is going to be back. I know it's been a little slow over there on the unrated side. What kinda give us a quick overview. We were actually last time we had you on. We were waiting for six point nine to kind of come out and it did and then i paint you and you're like i'll get back to you and we. We finally got pulled together but to give us a little summary of of how things been going since the last time we saw you. Things are going really well so obviously six nine Really good release for us. Multiple pulls support huge feature. Really glad that we were able to get that out to people. I think we're just kind of setting the stage with it with other things that are to come and we've been working really hard on version six ten which were hoping to have out to folks pretty soon. A six hundred ten is going to be all about security over convenience. That's the main theme of that release. Were making a lot of changes to the default behavior of the operating system. I mean it. You wouldn't have to look hard to find a number of a pretty big security issues related to storage appliances in the last few months. You know cough. Cough western digital cough cough kidnap You know list goes on and You know we. We started taking much harder. Look at how we were doing things in our operating system and We're not really in. We weren't subject to the same vulnerabilities that those two were in in those examples but There were some other things that maybe our default values which we used to be much more about like. Hey let's just make the super easy to get it so that you have a nas- with shares that you can write to over the network to. Hey let's really make the user think a little bit more critically about security so You know one of the best examples of this is something as simple as the right password so we started on raid Before i was even part of the company you know the modern router or switch at that point in time didn't have a default password. You had to you just got you logged into it. And then you'd set one if you wanted but you could leave it with no password. Now that behavior's changed all the router manufacturers candidate realize you know it's probably a good idea to just put something on the back of the box that the user has to see and so we decided you know that's probably something that we should be doing to so everybody in six hundred ten is going to be forced to cetera password to the system because it means a lot more than just the web So if somebody was able to get into the system Because they didn't have a root password set and was able to actually hit it at the console layer the sat or something. You can do a lot of damage so having a rep password. I think is going to be huge. But that's just one of a number of things that we're
Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads
"Feel seeing loa download numbers from apple podcasts. You'll not alone. There's an auto download bug in iowa. Fourteen point six apple says listening is unaffected and it'll be fixed say apple with a software update and good on them for being open. One podcast hosts tells pod news. That only started in late. May two hosts. We've spoken to report a twenty-seven percent drop in apple downloads. Month on month podcast. Publishers have contacted us reporting similar now since apple accounts for about forty percent of all downloads. The industry might see an overall eleven percent drop in june that translates to a seven point. Seven million dollar loss in ad revenue. It will be fixed of course but because the podcast sap is constantly operating system in needs to wait for the next ios update
I Want to Talk to You About Windows 11
"Windows eleven. Luke are you ready. When are you okay. You know what i'll do. We want to go through the main as soon as possible. Okay what really been really. Yeah i am not quite. I think there's a joke that i'm not getting here i did. I don't know i'm feeling good about it. Really yeah okay. Let's talk about everything that was due to soon as possible. Unlike not my main device. So i can make sure it's stable because i have to work. Okay okay. But i'm highly interested. I'll say that much okay. So microsoft windows. Eleven event took place yesterday. Making the new operating system official after leaks build. Hit the internet a week ago. Some people were a little salty about the event Notably anthony. I had to desalinate the script As i was going through with them i was like you see mad bro. And he's like well. I am mad. I had to get up at six in the morning. And they spent the vast majority of my precious time a alive on this earth. Talking about stuff that doesn't matter and very little of the time talking about features that engineers actually worked on.
Satya Nadella: Windows 11 Is Centered on You
"I'm joanna. Stern and i recently had a chat with a pretty big name in the tech world. My name is satya nadella. Sio chairman of microsoft the that i spoke about windows eleven. That's the company's next big operating system. It was announced yesterday. And it's due out later this year. I'm calling right now from a windows. Ten computer what is going to be different upgrade to windows eleven i would say the experience right it's modern and more importantly it centered on you even just that little subtle shift of this start in the center there. It is from the king of microsoft himself in windows eleven. The start button moves to the bottom center of the screen but that cosmetic change actually has deeper meaning. That word center center center of center is core to noodles vision. That windows eleven should be at the center of your digital life as apple and google entice users to their increasingly closed off worlds. He wants windows eleven to be compelling choice for people who don't wanna live exclusively in either. I think windows has a role to play as that most open of ecosystems today that plays nicely with in fact the others. We you know we we want you to be able to connect your phones to your. We want you to be able to communicate to people on phones or other. Pc's that's evident in the new features windows eleven can run android apps something that hasn't been possible
Microsoft Debuts Windows 11, First Major Update in 6 Years
"Microsoft is working on its first major update in six years Microsoft has unveiled the next generation of its windows software called windows eleven it's got a new start menu along with other features the newest version of Microsoft's flagship operating system will be a successor to today's windows ten which the company introduced in twenty fifteen windows eleven is expected to become available later this year on new computers and other devices users can also get it as a free update if you have windows ten in a challenge to rival apple the company also announced it won't force app developers to pay fees to Microsoft for using its app store I'm surely after
How a Future Voice Operating System Could Assist Us in Everyday Tasks
"I'm very interested in operating systems. That are creative for voice. So when you're driving down the highway for three hours you can interact with a creative voice. Sweet that would help you develop a novel or ask you questions and work with you on characters and and not just where you have to write it down or tap on the screen or any of that. And so voice dictation and and the issues of recognizing speech when there's accents are all big problems in the voice communities you know especially if you have a weird accent from the caribbean or somewhere. I hear what you're talking about with of a co-pilot west type of thing and You know is there anyone out there. That's doing it well at this point. You've done a real good survey of the landscape but what i found is that there aren't very many creative voice Apps that actually punctuate a process to get you accelerated in whatever idea You're working on right now. Even if you're a let's just take for example the screenwriting filmmaking and screenwriting there's you can't dictate a screenplay yet to any operating system that intuitively puts it together in the format. That would allow you to then. Just send it to someone so Because you dictated that scene versus trying to sit there and write it Because you were busy or you want to say you want to speak it It's so intuitive to speak something in a different way than the channels that we process to go through writing
Here's What's New With iOS 15
"On monday. Apple kicked off its worldwide developers conference with a virtual keynote detailing the changes coming soon to iowa's fifteen the mobile operating system that powers the iphone now fifteen launch fall. We don't have the exact date yet. And it's time to the release of a brand new iphone. It's typically unveiled by apple in september. So what are some of the most notable changes coming to iowa's fifteen this fall. Let's start here with face time which seems to be getting the biggest facelift too. No pun intended Of all the features that are coming. Ios the biggest one. Though is you can soon use facetime on android and windows but not in the way that you think. The company is adding facetime links for sharing scheduled call so kind of works like zoom where he scheduled a call. You get a link to the actual video chat itself and you click on that so users can get to this either through the iphone app or via any web browser so it's not exactly a facetime app for android or for windows but at least if you're on a web browser on android phone you can still get. Their facetime is also going to introduce a grid view to see everyone on a call and the ability to take calls in portrait mode. So you can hold your phone horizontally and it'll actually blur out the background automatically so that you stand out facetime also add spatial audio and voice isolation so call sam more natural and allow you to cut back on the background noise. The app is also going to add. Share play which is probably one of those interesting features they revealed and it. Lets you enjoy entertainment. Such as music tv shows. While you're on a video call few might start video call minimize the window and then go to another app like say apple tv plus or some third party apps disney plus and you start playing a Tv show or a movie and it automatically start playing on the other person's call and then you can start watching together.
Privacy and Security Updates to Be a 'Main Focus' at WWDC 21
"Who wins the noisiest noise boy award this week for your consideration. Wedbush analyst daniel. Ives we'll start with a piece from apple insider. Which has i've saying privacy and security. We'll take center stage at next week's worldwide developers conference that is of course along with previews of new operating systems and saying on the operating systems. The report has ives saying that. The upcoming ios fifteen will include new privacy protections changes to the lockscreen and notification center and new features. And i message. I've says all of that will the cupertino company on more of a collision course with outfits like facebook though it is difficult to see how the two companies could be on more of a collision course than the wreck. They've already made.
"operating system" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"Body kind of feeling the disruption of the new operating system can shut down you. Sometimes i've had a couple of those experiences. Matt you elisha cat. Stacey everybody all of the masters all the time masters had those types of experiences. And really what i have seen. Is you either. Continue this practice and you keep going higher and higher and higher and higher with it or it just gets to be too much for you and you've got to kind of come down the mountain a little bit and get air and then hopefully go back up but that's up to you. There's there's no dogma and any of this it's your experience you take it as far as you're ready to take ray to take it to this master level but for those of us that are were really enjoying having our hands in the clay the way that we do now and really enjoying really enjoying the experience original flow working with it. We're all taught to work against vibrational flow and here we are working with it. Appreciating it loving the up in the down and trusting our abundance and abundance in this world the tie it means whatever you want out of your life just joy more stuff is fine if you want more stuff manifest more stuff. That's the easy part. The the more challenging part is really getting deep into the purpose of life the purpose of humanity the nature of positive and negative how from sources perspective there is no negative. It's all positive the things that we judge in this world is negative are not judged that way by source. They're not well. And when i when. I sorry i mean which you but when i absolutely loved was awash explaining like when you're in funhouse or that horror scary haunted house on you know and you're walking through it and you know it's all mate But yet you're scared. Yeah i express that release so that that a motion feels really good and it feels really good. And it's if you just view for me. If i view life like that okay you know like i said was really sick but let me let me step back a little bed..
"operating system" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"This is really how we're supposed to be. This is really how we are. As we upgrade our operating system in our physical bodies were changing the earth experience and that is my definition of transitioning from three to five and physical is you. You are operating more source like here on earth right now not in the future or not once you leave the earth plane go somewhere else but in this physical body in this lifetime that we're in so that was very very interesting experience transmuting that energy to something positive ultimately allowing it to appreciate it at that point. I'm sure knowing. I know from our tire. Practice that the shining their appreciation for the pain is what allowed to fly right on out so carry you you shared on. I think our last episode. When is the last episode that you to episodes of you. You had a similar experience was like a near death experience that you came back from. I did it Yeah and it's still. I still Allowing the the whole experience to kind of unfold for me So true Talking last time in mastery what we've been talking about was releasing the fears and the judgments are round even that situation More and more things are coming up for me a of what really transpired but yes. I think the biggest thing that was happening was the painting was completely never felt pain that way and i had a baby without any drugs. And i'll tell you that's painful It was it was every inch of my body. Felt like it was on fire on the inside. And then i had joint pain and a headache and literally just movement would increase the pain so i had that one spot on my head and i just thought i'm just going to focus on that an appreciate that that i have this one little spot and if i lay real still that one little spot didn't hurt in as i did that i could feel that the same thing that.
"operating system" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"Or whatever it is and then we can take that in all of a sudden sadness. Because they're not here or we can realize that it's that energy connecting to still in that infinite outside of the body vehicle. But yeah i really got like a that deeper. Halt the relationship of pain in our body in that candle pain and the pain of the emotions that is invisible but can be just as debilitating and that we can do the same with both. I like Into share with all of you. I was sharing before we went on the podcast of this experience. I had over the weekend. Where i woke up in the middle of the night very dehydrated had a splitting headache. And instead of just a i. I have four while now. Been leading into the pain. Talk about that a lot when you physical pain find appreciation for it find appreciation for the physical pain. And i do that. I was half asleep. I jumped up. I went into the kitchen. A who took something for a headache. Whatever whatever it was in the bottle ibuprofen or something and and drink a glass of water and to hydrate myself. And then i went back to bed and it was there and instead of doing my old exercise i still think it's valuable of leaning in and appreciating the pain of not fearing not demonizing it like we're taught to do and really experiencing the pain differently and just as a little side to that we talk. Some of us have gotten tattoos recently. A couple of targeted twos recently and in the process of getting the tattoo. There's paying their sticking with a needle over and over and over again to impregnate that that Color into your skin to create the tattoo. And so there's some pain involved in it but it's not the same because you chose the pain you chose to go and place yourself in that that painful scenario to get the outcome of the tattoo and you can actually appreciate it while you're getting it..
"Cosmic trail of breadcrumbs of your path of happiness outside of the rules and regulations of society. Ingoing like yeah. No sunday night and i'm driving back across the island to go to a silent disco nets nuts in. It's crazy Fun because that's what my heart attack for the nuggets have allowed us. I think it's about following that vibration of joy and seeing where those nuggets of joy are presented to you in the by. The universe in people are invitations or food or whatever it is so. Let's go to you next i. You were writing the book together. And the this came from something from the book Because we have a an external developmental editor going to the book. Now who is not a tire practitioner at all which is a great thing because we want the book to speak to anybody that picks it up anybody that's guided to pick it up and have it really be transformed for them and she's questioning a lot of stuff wanting a lot more information in the and things like that and we're doing that it's probably going to be the size of a phone book but but one of the things that came about is cat. I'm sorry elisha had just mentioned One of our little tools are stopgap is worth be going down spiral over and she said what if it is worth going under spiral over and i understand that because right away you think of something like Something happens to someone that you love your. It's it's worth going on your spar over that and again old operating system absolutely. You're going to go down. Your spiral of something happens to to someone. You love new operating system. Perhaps you are but with the stream said in response to that question was it's always a choice whether we do or not. We're always looking at it through human judgment lens and there are physical environments where death is not feared are even. It doesn't even caused the sadness that it causes planet earth with humanity at this time that's a vibration of earth and humanity is is sort of amped up that vibration and we can bring ourselves to celebrate of the transition of life if we so choose but they've also said if choose to go down. Your spiral is nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with being sad or being upset. The new operating system is not about never being sad. Never being upset never having anything negative happen. It's not about that at all..
"At one with source you become the more magical life becomes more you really view every aspect of life very differently in you transform because now i think about some of the things that we talk about in if someone is listening to this for the first time they can. Gosh you know what have i stumbled onto. These people are sitting here talking about being happy about death and someone killing themselves. Oh my gosh well. That's where you are and that's okay. But we've done the work to move to this other space where we realize that humanity is so heavily laden with with judgment and fear and our and our teachings. That's the operating system that we create an entire. We're disrupting that. We're shedding those layers of judgment in fear and learning to work with universal law learning to work with vibrational flow creates a magical experience. Go show you know that because it just made me realize like that was one of my hardest thing of working room and do camp. I just had the fact that my story and my loss of kyw on who was in my label the the love of my life and you know true love that everyone wishes for us. Perfect fairytale who died serving his country and not being able to let go like that was the weight that was keeping me from that next level and it wasn't until the last anniversary that instead of missing him or thinking about anything that we didn't get to do or any of the old stuff or or any of that that i just went into the appreciation of looking at everything that i had around me that i wouldn't have he was that that he wins have died that i wouldn't have made the choices that brought me to that to this moment. And how amazing and beautiful and and magical moment is and that was hard for me. It took me. You know he was. He's been gone for six years and it was like that. That story of of another's death in an are should and rather than this really honoring that we each come here to play a role and within that role. We have a vision. If we're aware of like how we're gonna die you know we're going to die dancing. Organise can i say having sex. Because i of making love. If we're gonna die serving our country or swimming you know we imagine our demise. We live our lives through it. Like why would we get mad at someone else. Dying the way that they wanted to die that bill their their their. Life's purpose and i think that you know like the vehicle we think we're the driver..
"To think of your physical body as a vehicle. I like the way that the stream uses that term. This is the vehicle with which we experience the earth environment. So we acquire this physical vehicle. We go through the life experience with an operating system that by and large we create by default based on our reaction to everything that happens in our lives and he creates the subconscious thought it creates a dominant migration that dominant vibration creates our lives. And it's it's not so easy for a lot of people to disrupt that that's why it's not so easy for most people to change their lives. So i'm here with our taya masters of our time masters. Some could not be with me in this episode. But this is the beginning of a special series of taya group. Podcasts where there's going to be more than just me on here Having sort of a roundtable type discussion about the tire practice and we're starting out with a masters were sort of starting out at the top of the pyramid if you will With the mastery folks who have been through the boot camp program they have served as mentors and other capacities and they are now in the mastery level of the taya practice. And there's things that you're going to hear from the masters that might blow your mind a little bit They might be a little difficult to understand. Perhaps i don't know that But if it is that that's okay. These are the masters that you're hearing from. And we're starting with the masters and then we're going to work Through the different levels of the taya practice You may not know this. We have lots of different levels from all of you. That are absorbing these teachings from stream where we start teaching the Practice everywhere like on this podcast to the bootcamp program which is sort of the big turning point of really making your way of life Into a mentor ship program where the graduates can become mentors. We also have what we call base camp which is where all of our title boot camp graduates Sort of hang out forever until they're ready to do whatever the ridge next time. Mastery and masters come and work with me For year and a mastermind a creating co creating the next level the next level in the next level of the top ranked us. And what we have found including myself. I've been at this now for more than a decade. This practice is absolutely creating a new operating system that we can live our lives with that we are no longer operating in the three d. operating system. We're are operating the five thirty. And i've taken on that term because it's it's popular and it's it makes perfect sense that that we are upgrading or operating system one where we're shedding fear in we're shedding judgment We're working with the universal process of creation. Were working with vibrational flow and in doing that. It changes everything.
"operating system" Discussed on Mac Minutes
"The chinese brand air pop health. The world's first smart air wearable called active plus smart mask with halo sensor to active plus smart mask with halo sensor is built to help wears get a deeper understanding of the respiratory health the halo sensor bridges the gap between outside air and internal respiration. This face mask combined. Superior air filtration blacking more than ninety nine percent of particulate matter down two point three microns which includes a contaminants such as dust allergens particular matter and microbes. If you are interested in seeing more about their testing they had the results on their website which we have linked to at the product launch. Chris hosmer founder of air said we are incredibly excited to launch the active plus smart mask with halo sensor this product embodies the air pop mission to help people better understand and take control of their respiratory health through a human centered approach to design science and technology. I was inspired to start air. Pop in two thousand fifteen. Because my daughter suffered a series of acute respiratory reactions to noxious air years earlier and they experience a feeling under informed and feeling helpless stayed with me since then we have innovated a full range of adult and kids products for both high performance and day to day use alike. He finished air. Pop does make wide range of masks covering all price points. So i tried one of the less expensive models to ensure the comfortable fit prior to buying the smart version to work with my iphone prices varied from around twenty dollars. Us to one hundred and forty nine dollars. There has been an incentive code to let you try one for free when i initially signed up at their web site. The mask design. Lets you get the feel the mask at the low price point. You can see the full line of masks cases in replacement inserts at air pop health dot com and see the active plus smart mask at mac minutes dot be l. u. b. r. y. dot net. Let's now deeply into the smart mask. The smart sensors measure pollutant levels and cross-reference local pollution reports to let you know when to replace the filter as well as measure biometrics related to your breathing rate during regular activity and exercise as a means to track health and fitness which we will talk about in a few minutes. The halo sensor connects to your android or ios device through bluetooth. The data is all displayed. In an i o s and android application which will simply impress even the season technology in healthcare professional with the ability to capture breathing related data and correlate that information with real time data about air quality and location can accurately tell. Where's about the status of the filter. Which up to now has been a guessing game. Most of us make judgments on our mask based on appearance versus. Its viability the halo sensor tracks. The wears breathing and sends the information to the air pop app to notify the user when it's time to replace the air pops nap in each of the four supplied air pop filters come with a unique. Qr code that can be scanned by the air pop up when it's installed this not only registered. They new filter has been inserted it also helps users ensure that they have a legitimate heir pop filter. The initial mass comes in black with a visible lime-colored mesh and four filters filter refills are twenty nine dollars for a pack of four in normal conditions of filter. Should give you about forty hours of use if you happen to be in an area with smoke or other particular matter to use time would be decreased. The air pop application gives wears of visual view. That will unlock new. Biometric data. that can be useful during everyday use and sports activities examples of everyday use includes data and breathing behavior breathing cycles and even the pollutants that the mask has blocked during use. The mask can also be used in active mode which tracks metrics like breaths per minute breaths per pace and more all of which can be seen straight from the activity tab in the app. The halo sensor is powered by a coin cell battery which is estimated to last six months before needing to be replaced. Air pop up off supports data via apple. Health get an awful allows users to see their breathing dead alongside other previously collected health data. The halos sensor comes with an air pop active plus smart mask is designed for incredible on the gold protection. The air pop active plus is washable and has built with a three hundred sixty degree ceiling medical grade soft touch membrane that comfortably seals to once face. The design maintains its shape and fit when snapped into the air. Knit preformed shell paired with adjustable ear loops to create the ideal fit for your face. The air gaps compared to a disposable mask are significantly decreased. I noticed while we are talking about the design of this mask. I thought it was important to note the frontal three d. dome structure. The filter core is kept off the wears face for improved ability and comfort. Yet has a secure fit the air pop. Active plus smart mask is currently available from air pop. Health dot. Com is now my go-to mask for day to day. Where and we value during covert and i can see me using it through alaska's smoke-filled forest fire season. Let's move onto apple updates for multiple operating systems which occurred this week. Apple has released mac. Os big sur. Levin point two point three. I a- fourteen point four point one ipad fourteen point four point one and watch. Os seven point three point two. This update had an abundance of security updates thus the urgency for users to update their hardware for the protection of users. Apple doesn't discuss disclose or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are generally available. You can attain mac. Os big sur levin point. Two point three by going to system preferences software update ios fourteen point four point one and ipad. Os fourteen point. Four point one is also available for security updates. You can update these by going to system preferences software update on your iphone or ipad. Lastly watch a west seven point three point two addresses a web kit bug that could allow maliciously crafted web contact to execute code. This update can be downloaded by going to the apple. Watch app on your iphone and selecting general software update to install the operating system. Update the apple watch battery needs to be at least fifty percent be placed on charter and within range of your iphone. We also have another piece of news. Tech journalists have alerted readers to be on the lookout for an apple hardware announcement or virtual event later this month. Apple has yet to make any announcement confirming the report. If there is an announcement we will post it on our social media accounts that is all we have for this week's podcast. If you have a question or an idea for a podcast please reach me at mail. Dot mac minutes at g mail dot com or through the mac minutes web page at mac minutes podcast dot com other places. We post news and events are at twitter at minutes. Underscore mac and facebook at mac minutes. I urge you to join the facebook. Mac minutes podcast group where i post articles from the top tech. Journalists people can discuss topics post articles join special events and other great tech happenings for all the podcast listeners. I'll all of you and your loved ones. Are well getting your vaccines and look forward. To next week's podcast. 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"operating system" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast
"Much for being a guest on the show. I love this discussion and it's always a great time. Speaking with you absolutely amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for the work that you do toilet off. Thank you and thank you to all of our listeners for tuning in today to listen to another exciting episode of precision. The health cats. We hope you've enjoyed this episode of precision. The health cast the one and only podcast truly dedicated to helping you understand how to live long and personalize your health. I'm your host. Dr marvin sink until.
"operating system" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast
"Too hard for them to face and so through this program over the period of a month. This person identified forty things that they didn't even know that they're worrying about in new at their worst they had to deal with. It was the circumstance at the end. Really run people in terms of the anxiety pilots example. For for months we have novels of course months at the end of the month person had an entirely new perspective on the court trauma and literally going forward in life. They had the option. Say oh this is the way i would do that. Circumstance which was horrible dry down on their energy make their breathing going credibly shallow or an entirely new perspective which they put forward in life and like it actually feels amazing literally it becomes a conscious switch or do i want to go there. No i have an entirely new perspective. But it's anchored to this energetic state which feels absolutely amazing and that's such a key and say of getting to that state first before dealing with the trauma it makes a world of difference in such a short period of time to you in so we've done it in person. We done it online through the the ten happiness dot com Happiness and really this next space which is currently underway. We're doing anxiety with canadians. In the us as part of your showing the different applications different locations in the world and ultimately we want to bring this world fascinating. When do you expect that this will be ready to go so moving through the gaining exotic pilot study right now we'll be turning on the us the september timeframe early september or late august. And so really. We want to share the results related to that the same time. We're working on a building the tools for a person to accident directly so beasley credit card. In the you go texting. Okay cool Tell us a little bit about how this type of work. How did you learn about it. And how did it sequentially impact your life to the point where you felt that. Wanna bring to the rest of the world. Yes sir Really the the the core journey was talked about. Just imagine your heart on misaligned. Lungs misaligned Line listening my neck was entirely misaligned shoulder for one year. And that's where you're finishing off. University natural entering the real world and really discovery was reading a cross section of books from biology to psychology. Really trying to try to figure everything. Based on current work in wasn't until nice rhetoric hundred bucks saw some of them are incredibly probably complex books of scientific base. Really trying to find something that would provide a solution because working with elite Physicians elite doctors and they just didn't have an answer for because just never seen the level of imbalance in the body before nutritional things physiotherapy it just and we didn't know what to do and it really wasn't until discovered entirely new process related to breathing. That was able to apply myself. And i was actually able to incrementally almost millimeter by millimeter. Adjust the cost my body and so that's one of the other kind of benefits which have talked too much about that. Sure firsthand story. Some came back to three months after they completed the titan program taken happiness program. They said to me john. I can't believe my breathing in my posture. His change and you just wonder they took me off to the side and wanted to share the stories like really noticing in different lasting benefits and this was months after they completed the program and really it was that combination of discovering a new process to change posture in one of the side benefits. Which i don't even highlight too much techniques which is runs rampant across know North america really thinking that eiffel tower building debase that allows you to go deep. You're actually straightening your posture and removing technet. So you're straightening out the breathing breathing. Pathways japs amazing. But it's really that discovering during experimenting and finding new pockets of air to breathe into and using very very systematic approach which is now quarter phi in the software fairly specific body positions that build upon each other and the end result is way deeper breathing patterns change posture. Which you actually. Don't go back to feel amazing. And then the end result of kind of the level eight which we thought we talked about is that we write your pass which is actually indentifying Trauma of course. His journey it levels in the new deal with the worst had on on on its level so released personal scientific discovery kind of obstacles. Do people face when they start. This kind of were coming in. It sounds really easy and simple and do people facing hiccups her What are some examples in. How do you overcome those hiccups yet. The biggest one that has people are getting started because through the weight dipper breathing using sound. There's an element of laughter which was trying to mount of biochemicals which are amazing is just allowing people to actually feel good giving themselves permission. That's one of the things that we've heard feedback once people they're like okay at least see the benefits after you know. And that's where. I love getting emails or messages for people. After the first incompletion saint john jaundice feels great. Can't wait to the next level. Once they're there It becomes self-driving but really it's that that giving yourself permission. And i saw saying the other day you're feeling good as as a rebellious act your defense set of media an appreciation for that. You know whether it's neither the new car you need everything you're not good enough. And willingness outline themselves a space to be present and feel great and really to enable themselves have a deeper breathing pads. That's pretty awesome and what you do after. You're down the program. So they had. This program has a different level. So is there some sort of maintenance that you suggest doing or you kind of i guess it kinda gets integrated into your own personal routine in it just kind of goes on cruise control after you go through the program yet after the program. Hi we developed literally the some of the videos the content. We've already created during the eighth. That was we repurpose. Afterwards we've had feedback from people. I want this as part of a daily maintenance and so there's individuals that come forward saying health and continue to do so we're in the process of building That will be released in the fall. The core focus is evidence based that. We're we're building with the pal studies and janey participants than us participants and then as part of the next phase. We want to move into lung so measuring the lungs at the beginning and end. Done my personal scientific data captured by an md. Sports medicine in a very highly renowned in canada. And so done that. We've done kind of the imprisonment collected data now collecting data in terms of canadian participants than us than actually moving into a working with researchers. Now that breathing has become the has come to the forefront we know with coronavirus there are impacts to lungs. We don't know what the end result the people. We found out that people lose ten twenty percent of their lung function as results of coronavirus then puts an entirely different perspective in about a building breathing capacity in advance just in terms of how you can do something literally to be offered dose essentially increased lung capacity in advance as one of the protective mechanisms against coronavirus aside from the whole host of other benefits which are both dental empties logical. That's awesome. Yeah there are some people describing you know doing breath work when they actually have the virus and it had helping them actually through the whole process of recovery. And there's there's research that's related to cortisol reduction if you look in the frontiers of psychology. There's something publishing seventeen just your dia frantic breathing just really at the core this about accessing windy breathing patterns there's a whole host of scientific evidence that is published today it's available accessible for everybody. And then on top of that. There is information to the gut lung axxess where the interaction of the gut impacts lung function and vice versa is a bidirectional in also in terminal lung. If there's impairment of the gut microbiome shirt. You're extremely well-versed You know there's the lungs so really as part of a tank. Happiness program over time is add on additional layers where we can make to work with the practitioner related to precision medicine. Or if there's a service that we can offer in the future that propels people to the next level of their potential so to speak but really you know it's developing a that are building upon existing evidence base scientific base in really developing a study is part of our. Our next day is falling. Us anxiety pilots say we should do a titan microbiome program out of amazing. Let's make your microbiome that of titan Are you working on other projects or is this kind of your main line of work. These days anything that we should be looking out for for. Wanna see something else coming out of your end yet for sure. I that another thing. That i'm working on right now is a podcast which is in the developed right now are already recording episodes with absolutely remarkable people. It's called happiness. Two zero two and really bringing in organization founders. Phd's amd is in all around remarkable people and bring them to a location to share those stories in terms of what the working on that is totally advancing practices around the world in just the initial guests from totally totally on terms of who's been on the podcast sustain Happiness to dot two casts awesome. What as we wrap up. What last special pros might you have to share with our listeners. About how they should reflect on their lives and see you know how to optimize their health. Really one the core things that we want to share in terms of message that deeper breathing patterns is choice is something that you have that ability to really expand breathing capacity. And once you do that. You're there's a whole host of benefits behind the scenes that you can access today literally learning. How just the small change between mouth breathing nasal breathing. We'll have benefits. You get twenty percent more oxygen your more efficient in terms of oxygen that shift between mouth breathing nasal breathing learn from james nestor. He's showing a lot of the work that relates all the science research that he's collected but with our work specifically is really about expanding into new thresholds breathing's we talked about that twenty five thirty percent mid breathing range that most people re then it is now possible to expand into new thresholds. Add new capacity in. It feels absolutely amazing and Really at the core of what. We're what we're doing is are we wanna to help a billions of people find their happiness oxygen. That's that's a nice quote he should use it as your slogan Find your happiness oxygen. I sure where can people find you if they want to. Learn more about your work Have websites or social media That you're active on. Where can people connect with you. Yeah absolutely amara. You can search for me online. Facebook lincoln twitter instagram search for john. o. gem tukums t u k. You ns i. You can ily directly at john dot tukums at deep subconscious dot com. So it's first name dot last name at deep subconscious dot com and is well pleased the checkout set deep subconscious dot com which are observed kind of our parent company website. I sign up for a newsletter. Be part of a community and we look forward to engage with you in the future awesome. I wanna thank you so very.
"operating system" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast
"Called rewrite your past. And that's actually where you tackle over the course of the eight days where identified trauma experiences your life. You actually tackled the worst head on a rewrite your past you. Get to that heightened energetic state we absolutely feel amazing full body massage times vibrator favorite celebrity expand your breathing and then from there. You get a new perspective on your worst trauma so in the future the next day the the person has the ability to look back upon that once. You know the old ways to breathing. You can't even go back to the old ways of breathing or you have an with the gold perspective or you have a new perspective anchored entirely amazing energetic state. So really that's what we're bringing in terms of the software platform to the marketplace Very unique breakthrough in terms of being able to build a breathing capacity rapidy if people outside their comfort zones into new thresholds in change patterns. Which oatmeal allows you to get down to. The deeper mental patterns have been locked away so this for a kind of modern to advanced learners or could this be somebody who doesn't even has no regular practice. Somebody who wants to learn about breath working in mindfulness in wants to get started. Yeah absolutely there's applications for from people from we have people have used the platform from age. Nine thousand nine hundred all the way up to age seventy seven so we've had. Md's use the platform we've had students use the platform we've had people that have worked with executives used platforms so really tremendous number of benefits and really is empowering users in really giving people an option enable them to have way deeper breathing patterns making better breathing choice so just imagine from a perspective like yourself in the music network that you're doing with the microbiome you know that now in the future you can actually dose breathing so if you have a client or yourself you want to increase your breathing by save five percents. You'd actually serve some in time in the future. As series of activities that enables the person to new capacity in just from a personal scientific perspective like to share with the audience did a measure year-over-year my f. b. c. which is measurement of lung function when from seven point one two leaders to seven point six five liters so that in his own right is. That's a seven over seven percent increase in terms of lung function which is absolutely tremendous in terms of how it feels but with even neater about that is that you know that equates to roughly nine point six five resting one function. The world record holder for diving His arresting lung function of ten liters. So this was off of a very high base to start with an adding capacity and so but just in the future for person than suffering from. Copd they're gonna have a with inside of you. Know the parameters of the condition able to access their highest potential within their current breathing capabilities. How long does it take to become good at this kind of breath work yet. So we've developed a eight levels Right now in its Through software is log into a with the username and password. You'd log into the web It like a website but very specific software software and right. Now we have eight thousand. It takes a four hours total and so with the anxiety pilot study with canadians. We actually have a a gad survey on the front end because we're measuring The beginning in this is really a tremendous area which there's been research that's been done in the past but there's so many more opportunities for for research in the future and really more needs to be done. It's almost like a precision approach to breath work. I could give a breath. Work have prescription even to patients exactly exactly and that's where You know with your with your leading work of providing prescriptive the precision approach in terms of gut microbiome and a whole host of other things that you take a look in terms of that. You're not whole the ballistic look in terms of a patients. Were a client of really. This becomes something in the future that a person will say. Oh i'm here. They're starting off. A you know a lower base in terms of their breathing. We talked with that. The average person uses the middle twenty five to thirty percent of their breeding range if they can go from twenty five percent to thirty percent. They're gonna feel tremendous in terms of day-to-day. You're the breathing when it has stressing anxiety things. Don't shut down you. Don't get those states. Sure a lot of the audience knows too as well when a person's shallow breathing they start getting into hyperventilation mode the trying to offload. Co two constricts blood vessels in your really creating a chain reaction. Once you have worked capacity as you move through life you feel better today. But even those worst circumstances as life has its ups and downs. You can deal with the much effectively. I hope you're enjoying this conversation as much as i am. Let's take a quick break and talk about sun genomics. This is an incredible company. They are testing your gut microbial and looking at what it needs and creating a precision probiotic just for you. Check it out now by going to. 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"operating system" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast
"Healthcare from the brightest people in the world. Today we have an incredible guests in. I am so excited to speak with him today. We have john tukums. John tokens is the founder of deep subconscious dot. Ai and the author of the book. Sustaining happiness is the host of happiness. Two point oh two podcast which interviews world renowned executives and remarkable leaders john is a participant of world government summit in is a forbes featured. Ted speaker john. Welcome to the show. Thank you dr. Jump right into a little bit about yourself and how you ended up doing what you're doing yet when the founder of deep subconscious and lease for pursuit over twenty years and i had some incredibly complex injuries related to volleyball coupled with the the background of my family which i can go into to share with the audience i betcha. We discovered entirely different way to get to wade deeper breathing patterns so further activating the perez synthetic nervous system even further deep your breathing patterns you. Get the way commerce states. You actually identify trauma so the question is what do you do with that route trauma densify. Well obviously you gain a new perspective. Pretty actually don't get a new perspective from your current state. You get a new perspective. From heightened. statements feels like a full body massage times. Five your favorite celebrity and that's for your worst trauma route. Trauma could be related to depression. Anxiety in the or underlying events you gain a new perspective from this heightened state which feels like a full body size times five by your favorite celebrity. And that's you care that that energetic state and the new perspective your life so really the culmination of this work which is now encapsulated in deep. Subconscious dot ai. It's a software platform that we're bringing to the market. You know is a combination of my childhood and i to share a little bit personal story. I don't like talking about myself a lot better. I just wanna share this. In terms of context adds much value to the audience. And you didn't make it to my first breath so that birth experience right off. The bat had those anxiety that fewer related to breathing on top of that annually around the eight on a piece of ice. Wasn't flying mom who we had three generations in healthcare a nurse. I wouldn't have made so if you think that and can't get any worse in terms of that experience you're from childhood and early stage on top of that. My dad was alchoholic and he recently passed away and so that experience going through those circumstances. There's a lot of stuff that a child carries onto then on top of that. If that wasn't enough you know that birthday experience choking on ice stuff related to have you know. My dad is going into A dentist dr. A tremendous person. I just went through a rupturing time. My parents divorced. I played volleyball in university landing on the scene foot. So can you imagine what jumping to three feet off the ground with every single jump and taking that full impact on one foot what that did to my heart. My lungs my microbiome. Just everything was shifted around and on top of that my neck so literally if you put one shoulder towards your ear. That's the way i was walking around is finished off university and she was a combination of all these experiences and really coming to the realization. That kind of history my personal history. I need to figure out something entirely different because you know anxiety related to breathing also going through the childhood experiences and then having this very unique way that my body was misaligned. I had to figure out entirely new process to bring back to my body and the end result of that was actually discovering new pathway to the deeper thoughts of the mind what a what a very fascinating story you've had in your life in. It's taking you to this point in your doing some fantastic work. Tell us about breath work itself and how it's helped us specifically what kind of breath work are we talking about because there are a lot of different kinds of practices and ways of of breathing for sure just for your audiences information. We breeze at twenty five thousand times today. Just roughly speaking and we breathe in about thirty pounds of air per day is just a massive amount in. It's one of those things that you know. There's a lot of scientific evidence has been collected but has been brought to the forefront and really this journey of a trading active subconscious is about now building upon breathing practices that are known today and a slight shift just for anybody audience between mouth breathing nasal breathing you're accessing entirely different system in the body and roughly between twenty five and fifty percent of of You know if the us population north american population is mouth breathing and with that comes a whole host to host in terms of disorders sleep apnea hypertension and so that slight shift between nasal breathing between mouth breathing. Nasal breathing has tremendous benefits related to an individual. So this is kind of a known and has become even more known with a james nester who is based in the us. And he's getting this information out there but our work specifically is more related to a unique breakthrough as relates to breathing. So we think of yoga or you think about some of these activities that you do on a daily basis meditation often. You sure someone say. Let's get outside of your comfort zone. We're going to break into a new threshold today. Usually you're staying within Pattern of breathing and the average person uses about twenty five to thirty percents the mid range of their breathing of their capacity. So you think about that. We have this tremendous ability to expand beyond that. Just imagine what feels like to you. Know to add five percent capacity to your breathing. Your sleep better. You know how you go through life and so the core is we discovered a way to actually create to load so to speak to breathing actually allows you to breathe deeper in the core instinct is related to your abs. Your dominant region. And you think of a crunch which you hear about in gyms where you crunch downwards when you're trying to get those ads we actually discovered a process where you do a reverse crunches actually upwards towards your chin so raising your abdominal region upwards towards your chen if the audience wants to try this right now for a second. Just raise your abdominal your chin. Taking a couple of deep breaths in notice how your back muscles kick in also your supporting an entirely different way. Your breathing patterns. So we've been discovered a developed a process so deep breathing to sound through laughter and through very specific body positions that allows you to create a strong base. Just think of eiffel tower sprung. Basements allows you to go incredibly deep in terms your breathing. How does the software platform play into all that. So at what role does that play yet. So that is the delivery mechanisms so that we can reach tremendous number of people over time. And what we've developed is a web based software platform Happiness dot com right now closed reducing anxiety pilot in canada. A next. we'll be an executive pilot in the us and really that is the delivering mechanism and we have dot a i in terms of our company. We are nearly certain that have been needed died. You know the artificial intelligence component at this point in time but we actually figure out a solution to deliver this incredibly specific physicians in terms of the body. Without using the ai. So we've been able to develop videos which have ten different layers incredibly complex to build and then on top of that. We have journaling exercises in the platform and really. Just think of it. As i doing exercises which gets your heart rate up but you're actually transforming your posture. You're adding breathing capacity to and then on top of that this journaling exercise but very specific drilling exercises and the end exercise. You know. there's eight levels taken..
"operating system" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Success. The process can six consists of six key components which I'll explore with my guest today. Chris Duncan a Certified Eos implementer serial entrepreneur and founder of accelerate. Well Chris Welcome. Thank you good to be here. Yeah so Before we get going what I'd like to do is is. Have you tell the audience about your company and about you? Give them some perspective of who you are. Okay sure yeah so. Accelerate well is my little consulting practice or coaching practice. And what I do. Is I coach? Leadership Teams Entrepreneurial Leadership teams and. My background really is entrepreneur. I started my first company at Sixteen and kind of got the bug. I knew at a young age. I wanted to live that life and be an entrepreneur and kind of had that through high school and college and then when I got out actually majored in Got a degree in entrepreneurship. Okay and just knew that was a path for me and started my first company. My First Company at twenty four and Built that with my team in the market leader and that was good and over the next five years I built poor their companies and sold three one with a total trainwreck. So a lot all that too and so anyway. I've been here for thirty five years. So learned a lot about myself about people about teams in about business in that time. Okay very cool. Actually my first business. I was twenty three and it took off. It was in the in film. Industry was accompanied on here. We started called Film Cannery and our strategy was to bring Hollywood to Orange County. So we're a little head of ourselves. My partners worked forty five forty six. I'm twenty three. They're telling me stuff. I'm listening to them. And it was up and down and out in dead within eight months but what I learned was just incredible. Yeah And that experience more than I ever learned in school in the sense right because we really experiencing an understanding looking at numbers and doing all that stuff and then it was only seven years later I went and started my second company which over the next thirteen years grew and got to sell it opportunity to sell that. And I've done a couple of those and but I call it litter along the road or dead bodies are all along the road that I've had many that I thought were great ideas and just didn't go anywhere. Yeah that's I. Call IT SCAR TISSUE SCAR TISSUE. There you go and I and I think that's probably something that you see in in we're GonNa talk about a US. There's an implementer in a second. But I I would imagine you see all the time because I believe that entrepreneurs fall in love with what they're doing and their business and sometimes they more more often than not. They can't see the forest through the trees. Yeah Yeah it's rough people fall in love with their idea. They get super passionate about it and lots of times it takes over their life and obviously that's not good. If you wanna live kind of a life where you have a great family great friendships and all these other things in life and so it is interesting balance of how do you build a great company and great life. Yeah I heard that phrase called balanced life balance. I've never experienced it but I've heard about it now. I mean it's true. I I forget who said this was was on the show or someplace they heard and and something. I was listening to this talking about. You know balanced life balance that the key to it starts with you Right work life but it's up to you to make the conscious decision to make that happen. Yeah exactly and that starts with a vision. Like what do you want from life? And then you build your life around that as opposed to letting life kind of take us and again the entrepreneurial dream that can really suck people in one of my one of my friends. Years ago he said life is a struggle for balance. And then you die man. There's some truth to that one. Yeah isn't it. Oh man well before we kind of get into a little bit about you as an entrepreneur and Eos. I asked these questions of all my guests and ask them of you when it comes to growing your business. What keeps you up at night. I think it's finding the right clients. I mean it's really two things. One is my practice is pretty full. So I'm not not dying to get new clients and stuff and so that's really nice. It's a nice place to be but it's about really getting clients that I'm fit who I am and who I could really kind of uniquely add value to so I think a big part of it and then the other part of it you know. One of my top five strengths on strength finders responsibility And so I even though I'm not running the businesses of my clients. I feel the weight and so I just have a lot of responsibility. So I'm always thinking how can I add more value? How can I add more value? And so that would be something that can keep me open for sure. Well definitely keeps me up at night because like you. I mean part of the council that we're giving is how do we keep moving them forward and whether they're following the things that they're supposed to be following are they doing the things that are supposed to be doing and then circling back and it's it's like okay if they don't do this actually Have worked with a company and we laid a playbook out and you know they wanted to take the training wheels off and run with it on their own and so I constantly go in and now monitor and it's like okay. This is supposed to happen. No I wasn't copied on that. Oh I didn't see it again They're now they're off path plan because something got in their way and no one's really kind of pushing him and keeping on the straight and narrow. Yeah Yeah that that can happen and sometimes we know exactly what to do. But we don't have it with us to do it right. And I think that's where you and I we can come alongside people and kind of coach up and say well we understand what's holding you back what's going on there and kind of you know. Breathe kind of support and grace into them and encouragement to help them make the decision. They know they need to make because sometimes it's just as obvious and of course it's not them by the way that's me too right so. I need that in my life. Oh Yeah of course. Yeah I need to. I need someone helping me. Exactly how much do you think? And I'm going to jump ahead a little bit. But with the e o s in the sense of there's there's a process to it. There's there's six components of it. How much of working the program versus? I'll call it. Coaching kind of what? We're talking about where you're kind of like you need to do these things. And you're cheering him on the sidelines. Versus you know them kind of implementing a myself so I mean implementer. Kind of coach. Yeah it's a great question Us IS A phenomenal framework. Like it absolutely works as a framework and so we have this thing we call. Eos Pure. We really want to do it the way it's been designed and so it's been designed there's more than fifty thousand people like myself we got like three hundred of US around the country we're called. Eos implementer around the globe. I should say or the implementers and together. We've done more than fifty thousand full day sessions for more than seven thousand leadership team while and so it's not like I need to go reinvent something like that would actually be counterproductive to my clients. So for me. It's about somebody once said where like. Eos is the lyrics. And I bring the music. Okay so you WanNa it you WANNA do it. All and there's coaching involved is a big part of this is creating a safe environment. 'cause we get together and we coach. I coach the whole leadership team and we do off sites together and so lots of times. There's tension right. There's history there and there's been turf wars in the past or just harsh comments that somebody's holding onto and so there is this dynamic when I walk in the room that I don't really have knowledge of but you can sense it right. I sense it in the room and so a lot of it is. I'm just trying to work with those people in the room to create an open honest safe transparent vulnerable environment where people can be be real. Come out and And be respected no matter what a respectful environment so I find. That's where the coaching kind of comes in. A lot is creating that environment where people feel like okay. I can go there and I'm going to be protected as I step out on that limb. Chris's got my back. And then other people see how they respond and you go. Oh well that didn't kill me that I that guy didn't get killed when he took that risk and said that about the boss or whatever and you create this environment where it just becomes really really healthy. I why I'm not in the US implementer. I do have some programs when I started working with a client Doing an assessment an alignment as I call it Same kind of thing. It's individually I want to understand where they are in their head as far as vision of the company and with what they think brand is if you will and issues and then I aggregate all that and then play it all back to them and the goal of those meetings could most likely they're not in the limelight is bring him in alignment before we can go forward. Because how do you do brand strategy and marketing and all these other things if you've got ten? People that are alignment at all all over the place. Some similar things there Another question I ask is. What is the best business advice you've ever given and or received if it's different? Yeah that's A. It's a really interesting question right. I mean like I guess the thing that POPs into my head is Be You like there's nobody that can be. Chris Duncan other than me like God made me to be me and the extent I live into that mature into who he made me to be and then growing those skills and all that stuff then. I'm really a great Chris Dunkin and bring that to the world because especially early on in my career. I look at that person. Oh my gosh. They're just amazing at that. Maybe there are a great public speaker or maybe their brain works so fast. I wish I had that. And there's lots of wishes and wants to and and in that I would feel less about myself. It's like oh I'm not good enough because I can't do that or that or that. It's like well that's not really the deal. I just need to be the best I can be and as I grow and comfortable in that then I have more confidence and more abilities and I just keep honing refining that and so I think getting comfortable in your own skin and who kind of who you're made to be and then honing the skills and gifts that you've been given that creates all kinds of grapefruit in your life. I mean obviously in a business it does because you can lead and I don't have to pose imposture and pretend like I have it all together because I know I don't have together. Everybody else knows I don't have together. I might as well not pose and pretend I do because everybody knows I don't and so it just gives me confidence and peace and then I can create the environment for others. What course you take that home to like. If you don't have to pose imposture around your family and your friends and your kids and trying to be perfect and oh I you know it's like that's just not good so grads it's been really life giving back great advice. I like that. I mean at part of the show is is. You know it's about business. Growth business advice tips and tricks if you will that can help my listeners. And and that certainly is As some great advice as we just getting into the show so hang on to your seats ladies and gentlemen. We're going to have a lot of good stuff coming your way so real quick so we do you touched on it and I called. You A serial entrepreneur. And you had. I've got the death simply win. Convene Regal Technology. I think probably was your first company. Ranked technology what made you decide to take that route as a is. A is a consultant or an entrepreneur. I know it drove me. But what what drove you to at an early age to step out and and pursue that. I think it was two things I think it was freedom I looked and I saw the entrepreneurial kind of life at least is how I perceived it as being freedom one with options like. Hey this is you get to do fun stuff. You get to do great stuff if you do well. It works financially which I had a strong desire back in the day. Correct grew up in the eighties and so there was that whole kind of like. Let's go for the money deal with the money Me The money. Yeah and so you know the freedom and the money piece and that was really attractive to me of course over time you know you kind of get to the point in life where you make enough money you're like oh this ain't about money is it and say you get to ask deeper questions in life but yeah okay do you. Did you find or do you find now? We look at the challenges. I mean you had several different businesses. I they were. They were not all the same right. Very yeah what what was simply win civilian was a software company. Okay those Software the service to help companies get everybody aligned. The Leadership Team. There's like lots of company. suffer technologies or software solutions out there for project management But there really was at the time I started at very little. Almost non-existent of strategic alignment so helping companies get kind of aligned to the strategic level and get that cascaded throughout the whole company so everybody in the same direction okay and And then there was also a kind of a team health component in that okay. Yeah and what was convened convene why should actually appear group? Ceo pure guts right..