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Rozier, Washington help Hornets rally past Heat 122-117

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Rozier, Washington help Hornets rally past Heat 122-117

"Terry Rozier and PJ Washington carried the hornets to a one 22 one 17 victory over the heat, Rozier delivered 31 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds while shooting 5 for 11 from three point range. He hit two buzzer beating threes to end quarters. Washington had 27 points as Charlotte ended Miami's three game winning streak. Lamella ball scored 13 of his 19 points in the final period to help the hornet secure their fourth victory in 6 games. Jimmy Butler scored 28 points and Tyler hero added 24 for the heat. I'm Dave fairy.

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PJ Media: Over 1,400 Proven Cases of Election Fraud

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

PJ Media: Over 1,400 Proven Cases of Election Fraud

"PJ media Matt margolis sees a great columnist I think he's terrific Here are over 1400 proven cases of election fraud And that's just the beginning So all the legal analysts all the commentators all the hosts all the news outlets France the evidence of fraud Well apparently there's at least 1400 proven cases according to the Democrats election fraud doesn't happen except when Republicans win elections And those cases was probably Russia Who somehow hacked in and changed votes I mean how else could a Democrat lose right Says margolis Meanwhile we're all supposed to collectively turn a blind eye when Democrats win an extremely close and election under suspicious circumstances When that happens we're told an election photo is a myth that our elections are perfectly secure And if you dare ask questions you get censored by social media because you're a threat to democracy But election fraud is not a myth In fact 1412 confirmed cases of election fraud when documented in the election fraud database maintained by the heritage foundation's legal center According to the heritage foundation the database provides a sampling of recent election fraud cases demonstrates the vulnerabilities when the electoral process The need for reforms to secure free and fair elections for the American people Of the 1412 confirmed cases they've documented there have been 1219 convictions

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More Proof That Pelosi Was More Responsible for J6 Riot

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

More Proof That Pelosi Was More Responsible for J6 Riot

"More proof that Nancy Pelosi was more responsible for January 6th riot than Trump writes Victoria taft In an outstanding peace over at PJ media The little notice bill passed before Christmas Shows that the United States Senate knows Nancy Pelosi Had more to do with the U.S. capitol breach on January 6th Than anything president Trump did that day Indeed Pelosi could be crowned queen of the mob Since her actions led to the crashing of the perimeter fences general dysfunction and deaths of Trump supporter of a Trump supporter that day Even after the one sided January 6th committee left Pelosi's role in the cutting room floor there's one inescapable conclusion if she had done her job there would not have been a riot no deaths of a Trump supporter no show trials No political prisoners sitting in a solitary confinement in a D.C. gulag for two years awaiting trial There would have been no need for federal agents She writes to orchestrate arrived Pelosi was more responsible for the marauding mob at the capitol that day Than anything president Trump did to incite quote unquote his huge crowd of supporters which he provably did not write staffed and here's how we know this On Monday night December 12th senators unanimously passed a measure to remove authority For calling out the National Guard from politicians like Pelosi He gave it over to the capitol police They took it from Pelosi and gave it to the cops

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Why Are People Blaming Pres. Trump for Lost Seats?

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Why Are People Blaming Pres. Trump for Lost Seats?

"There's a piece at PJ media that says what's all this hating on Trump about losing seats for us How did he lose seats for us Well look at the people who were nominated Okay That doesn't mean that the others would have won At all I see mister producer people are picking up on my point about 2024 Rauch used to call his show an echo chamber Well I've inherited it Finally the same pundits that don't other ass from me you know what They finally learning something Now what about the Democrats What did they get out of this election Well Joe Biden got out of this election that he is a mandate And that he may well run for reelection I think the latter is a good thing If he runs for reelection I really do He says today my intentions are to run I'll be a 112 That's okay by me Let them run

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 Mixon scores 5 TDs, Bengals dominate Panthers 42-21

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Mixon scores 5 TDs, Bengals dominate Panthers 42-21

"Joe Mixon scored four of his 5 touchdowns while the Bengals were building a 35 zero halftime lead in a 42 21 thrashing of the Panthers Mix and rush for 153 yards His first game over 100 this season He came into the game with three TDs all year before helping Cincinnati move to 5 and four Joe burrow was 22 of 28 for 206 yards hitting mixing for his loan touchdown throw of the day The Bengals allowed PJ walker just 9 passing yards and intercepted him twice in the first half

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Brady, Bucs drop under .500 with shocking loss to Panthers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Brady, Bucs drop under .500 with shocking loss to Panthers

"Tom Brady is a sub 500 quarterback for the first time since 2002 following the Buccaneer stunning 21 three laws to the Panthers Brady was 32 of 49 passing for 290 yards but his best shot at a touchdown came when Mike Evans dropped a wide open 64 yard touchdown pass on the game's third play The three and four bucks allowed 173 yards rushing while third string quarterback PJ walker threw for 177 yards and two scores Deontay forman reigned for 118 yards for the two and 5 Panthers who handed Tampa Bay its third loss in four games I'm Dave ferry

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Joel Dahmen's Stance on LIV

Fore The People

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Joel Dahmen's Stance on LIV

"Did you get a live offer? Not a direct money offer. Was there something on the road there, certainly? Could I have pursued something out? Do I think it was enough for really me to go? I don't think I've ever been enough for me to hang my hat on it and just like, hey, if this thing falls in here, I'm see ya, and I'm probably all the way to my grill in my beer and hanging out in the backyard. I don't think enough of that. But what was that number? What was it? What was it? I gotta know. We gotta know. But what should it have been? Obviously it wasn't enough. It wasn't enough, obviously. If we never even got to negotiations, obviously I have a pretty funny story. So when it was coming out, we got an email for Greg Norman. The generic one that said sign up for this first one and I wrote back is this spam. And he wrote back no, he said, no Joel. And I was like, okay, so then, I kind of left it. Something more, but I basically just asked if it was spam. But I didn't think that they had ever interested, and I think I liken the life I have enough. And I don't know if I totally agree with the law. I mean, I agree zero with any of the human rights issue as Saudi Arabia. And I'm not going to pretend like this huge moral high ground, but I don't think I could lay in bed at night with $25 million being happy with who I was when I was like 50 per se. I'd like to blue collar background. My family worked hard. They gave me everything they had. And I kind of want to see where this one goes. I have an opportunity with the PJ tour to do great things. And you can agree to disagree whatever with all of that and what that looks like, but I'm going to give it a hell of a shot these next ten years I can hang my hat on that, I think.

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Tea Party Targeter Tasked to Create IRS Office Overseeing New Agents

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Tea Party Targeter Tasked to Create IRS Office Overseeing New Agents

"From PJ media Athena Thorne Obama era Tea Party targeter Appointed to create IRS office overseeing 87,000 new agents Nicole flax worked under Lois learner the Obama administration IRS While the agency infamously targeted conservative political organizations such as the Tea Party By slow walking and suppressing their tax exempt applications You know how we first learned about this mister producer He came over the transmit landmark legal foundation when I was president there Remember that Somebody said look at what they're doing The IRS is sending to us so we immediately filed papers with the inspector general the Treasury Department the commissioner the IRS the secretary treasury And how blow this thing wide open She was also one of 7 executive whose hard drives mysteriously self destructed Preventing house investigators from viewing her emails Now the career IRS executive has been tapped to establish a new centralized office in charge of implementing the Democrats latest tax and spending bill including oversight of the 87,000 new IRS agents that Bill authorizes IRS commissioner Charles Reddick sent an agency wide email on August 19 writing This is a historic time for the IRS We're working to move quickly to begin work on the inflation reduction act signed into law earlier this week He then announced the new department A key part of our efforts will be the creation of a new centralized office for implementation of all IRS related provisions Building up our successes implementing other major legislative bills

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Why People Are Backtracking on Their Hardline Anti-LIV Stance

Fore The People

01:17 min | 6 months ago

Why People Are Backtracking on Their Hardline Anti-LIV Stance

"There's going to be legal battles kind of up the ass here and you're right, man. If they're taking if you're taking all this money and you're playing over there and the PGA Tour says you can't come back, whatever. That's fine. Also, now kind of Davis love was even backtracking. He came out today because he was super like, I don't want anybody that's affiliated with Liv on the president's cup team, blah, blah, blah. And then I just saw that quote for him today, and he was like, well, you know, maybe if the PGA Tour didn't require 15, and then the lived in require those guys to play 14, maybe there's a way these can coexist where we have our biggest events. They have their biggest events and guys kind of mix and match throughout the whole day. There's a lot of and I wouldn't really call him a hypocrite at all 'cause he's a a plus solid guy. But, you know, he's probably looking at the big picture where he's like, shit, can't number two player in the world's going cam Smith, British open champ. Hideki, he was rumored to go biggest player in all of Asia. We need those guys. We need the dollars for him. We need the dollars from Asia. We need people watching the PJ tour. We need all this stuff. You know, at some point it's a business. You know, Rory Rory's backpedaled with his comments a little bit. So I think in my opinion, it might end up the best thing ever for people that actually like to watch golf. You might watch these guys at all the biggest tournaments.

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Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 6 months ago

Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

"Known as the Spangler columnist for Asia times also PJ media Claremont institute on and on and on and most recently the author of you will be assimilated China's plan to sign a form the world David Goldman. Welcome back to America first. It's a privilege pleasure to talk to you thanks for the invitation. So I want to do a kind of one on one O one here. If you don't mind, because not everybody, we have 3 million plus lists. There's not everybody is assigned knowledge and understands exactly the significance of what happened recently in Asia. So if I may, please endow me, what is Taiwan, how was it formed, and why does it matter? Let's start with the basics with regards to Pelosi's recent trip. When the communists won the Chinese Civil War in 1947. The nationalist forces under Shanghai shek, our Friends, to camped en masse to the little island of then called formosa or Taiwan. And established an alternative Chinese state, the republic of China. All the international agreements agreed that this island was part of China the same way say Puerto Rico is part of the United States. However, they had opposing governments in the stood each other off. Now, in 1972, when Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger went to China and began the process of restoring diplomatic relations, they agreed that Taiwan and China were part of the same country and then it was up to the Chinese to the two sides to work out what their common future was without American interference. That was the Shanghai communique of 1972. And I spoke to one of the original members of the Nixon delegation who helped draft that communique. In 1972, and I was told that Pelosi's visit to China was a really terrible idea because it violated the spirit of the agreement. Why

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Kneepads on for Phil

Fore The People

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Kneepads on for Phil

"You brought up Phil and I'm glad to get because I saw a stat today because the PGA Tour just released their 2023 season. All their events are 44 events. They've gone up to $425 million next year, the price money, okay? Yeah. That is 20 million more than the live next year. The live has 14 events, 405 million. Do you think that every single professional golfer in the entire world that's on a major tour should have their knee pads out for Phil Mickelson sending them $10,000 bottles of wine, whatever the hell he wants it. Yeah, I mean, Mickelson and, I mean, the two, two controversial. Some people would call it a controversial last year, but really Nicholson and Norman, because I mean, the tour, the tour, that tour never happens without Norman, Norman's kind of vendetta with the PGA Tour, right? He tried to hook. He tried to do a similar thing years ago in the PJ tour came up with the wgc to squash it. And then Phil kind of talking about it. And I mean, you can say TV contract, you can say whatever, but purses go up every single year, they don't go up this much though. Like not even close. So I think without a doubt, the better guys, the best guys they know, they know why the purses are going up. They're not idiots. Every single person with a brain knows why purses have gone up on the PGA Tour, but the better guys should really go knee pad nation because they're going to get all these no cut events too, that are basically live events. There are many live events built into the PGA Tour.

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Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Jim Hanson and David Goldman Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Taiwan Trip

"Again bringing our way toward World War three and I'm not sure why. So because of that, I wanted to bring on someone who may be able to shed some light on this. David Goldman is the Spengler columnist for Asia times and PJ media and the president of macro strategy LLC. And an all around expert on the Pacific Rim and related locales. Now I was a first group guy, so this is my area of operations as well. And I'm obviously I am a 100% believer that we can not allow Taiwan to be pushed around and we can't allow the Chinese to tell us where Americans can and can not go. But I am at a loss to figure out why right now Nancy Pelosi seemed to have a unilateral need to conduct foreign policy into Taiwan. Do you have any idea what she's actually up to? Well, the charitable view is that Pelosi wants to show the flag and tell voters that the Democrats really aren't soft in Taiwan. And a child, which, of course, the Republicans will attack the Biden administration for. The less charitable view is she's doing freelance diplomacy with the idea that we're going to show the flag and intimidate the Chinese and tell them that we're going to stand by Taiwan in a situation where we are not prepared militarily to defend it. Provocation from weakness is the opposite of peace through strength, which is what I believe in. And what she's doing, I think, is exceptionally dangerous and stupid. Of the body of the menstruation owns that completely because he's going to be flying in an American military aircraft.

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Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities

"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?

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Freeman gets 4 hits, Dodgers roar back to sweep Cubs 11-9

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Freeman gets 4 hits, Dodgers roar back to sweep Cubs 11-9

"The Dodgers pulled out their 7th straight win by erasing a pair of 5 run deficits in an 11 9 downing of the cubs Freddie Freeman was four for 5 with a Homer and two RBIs as LA completed at ten and one home stand Trey Turner and Will Smith also drove in two runs apiece and Gavin Lux reached base four times The NL west leaders rallied after PJ Higgins belted his first career Grand Slam in Chicago's 5 run first and David bodie added a three run shot to make it 8 three in the third Turner's RBI single put the Dodgers up 9 8 in the 6 run third Bruce Starr grotta roll worked out of a two on none out jam in the 8th and picked up the save I'm Dave

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Rory McIlroy Changes Tune on LIV

Fore The People

02:07 min | 7 months ago

Rory McIlroy Changes Tune on LIV

"Rory McIlroy comes out this week. Rory McIlroy, who's been one of the guys that's been the hardest stance on the live. I mean, rock solid PGA Tour or nothing stance on the live tour. He comes out this week and says backtracks completely like total one 80 and says eventually the PGA Tour and the live tour and the DP world tour are going to have to work together. What do you make of that? I don't know. I feel I feel for Rory, he took such a hard stance against it. And like any business, I think Rory is actually business minded in a lot of guys out there aren't. I do. Is this minded people change their stance a lot? Like, I've said a lot. I've had some beliefs in certain things that I've like, whatever, tried to do or projects working on, that I thought were shitty and ended up. You hated the list. Yeah, well, and then vice versa. And then vice versa. You changed one 80. You were worse than you were worse than Rory. You hated the live tour and we started talking about this thing like three months ago. Couldn't stand it. Well, I didn't want to, I don't want to say that I hated it. I just thought it was annoying because I was like, God, dang it. Like, this shit is annoying. And I was playing PJ tour of and I beat somebody so credit to myself. I was full of Peter toward that point. But people flip flop on shit, I mean, it's just like, and I don't know. And again, I don't even I'm not even going to start like a controversy or whatever, but and I'm not Rory's not going there. None of us think he's going there. But he must have Intel that there's a massive couple of names that are about to go over there. And he's just like, golf needs these guys. Like, how bad can golf be if someone's investing billions of dollars into it? That's not bad for the game. Is it bad for, you know, someone think it's bad for political reasons? Maybe they do. Does someone think it's bad because they believe in monopolies? Maybe they do. I don't know. But he's like, listen, this is probably here to stay and we can see that at this point. And let's just, you know, maybe a meeting needs to be had to see what happens. It's basically all he

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Cubs rally against Brewers' bullpen, win 2-1 at Milwaukee

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Cubs rally against Brewers' bullpen, win 2-1 at Milwaukee

"Twice in the series the cubs were able to get the brewer reliever Josh hader one of the best closers in baseball PJ Higgins delivered a two out RBI single off hater to snap a tie game at the top of the 9th inning and give the cubs a two to one win Cubs starting pitcher Adrian Sampson says the theme is confidence in the backup catcher Higgins that he'll deliver in the big moments A lot of people in the Clubhouse trust the guy and he's been doing a steak so it's getting it off the hater and the 9th inning is a rare thing And then putting us ahead is very impressive Earlier in the series the cubs had tied a game in the 9th inning against hater who leads baseball and saves check Freeman

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Grayson Murray on His PGA Status and Goals

Fore The People

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Grayson Murray on His PGA Status and Goals

"What are you playing and basically right now? Like, are you are you going full? Are you kind of like half and half corn fairy PGA Tour you back PGA Tour starts or like what's your goal to lead to this season? I'm exempt to the finals this year, so like the cornfield finals. So I don't need to play out there. I got, I'm gonna play in the next four in a row. I don't think PJ tour. I got John Deere, barbasol, barracuda, and then the 3M that I'm gonna get into. So basically just go out there and try to make as much points as I can, many points as I can to get in that side of that one 25. Yeah. Right now I'm like 200. I've only played. I think 6 events. So, you know, I mean, I'd have to have some good finishes, which can happen. But I'm not really stressed and like people were like, oh, you know, you're gonna, you know, this is one thing too. People don't know what the fuck they're talking about on Twitter, so they're always like, oh, you're losing your card, man, can't wait to see you back in Q school. I'm like, y'all have no clue. Hey, as a past champion on the PJ tour, I get into like 6 events, no matter what every year, like for the rest of my life, like why is so and so always in these events, well, he's born on the tour three or four times like past champions like you have at your own category. So I'm never gonna be like on the streets like you don't have a card, but I mean, I don't want to be this guy that's like trying to keep his car every year or bounce around and the corn flare of the PJ. Like, I mean, I'm a legit golfer. I want to be like a top player. So I mean, I have these goals. Like, I'm trying to get my card back and I know I'm good enough. Like, I know I can be top 15 in the world. I know I can win out there again. I'm on the right

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"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:20 min | 8 months ago

"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

"As far as what? What you were just playing? Yeah, I mean, yeah. That chord right there is like, you know, I think I use that a lot like a dominant, but I hear those boys sings those harmony. That's a very powerful thing as well, yeah. Wow. Did you ever hear from Robin Gibb, or are you Barry get pardon me? Well, I heard from the social media account. Okay, yeah. I talked to somebody, but no, I got word that they love that version and I'm honored, man. It was always one of my favorite songs and it was a last minute decision to record it. It became one of, I have to play that now, you know? You recorded that on, is that on gumbo? It's on gumbo and then gumbo and plugged with yuba. And then I did it on the piano album again with Alex eisley, a totally different, broken down piano version. Yeah, which is a great great your whole piano record is. Oh, thank you, man. It's fabulous. We have to take a quick break, but we'll be right back with more from Bruce hadler and PJ Morton. 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We're back with more from Bruce hudlin's conversation with PJ Morton. Did you study a lot of the traditional New Orleans players? You remind me of Allen toussaint. Maybe because you're a songwriter and you accompany a lot of people. That was a church kid, right? So I missed a lot of that and because I didn't read, I didn't go through the traditional jazz path in New Orleans. You know, it kind of made me an outcast, actually. Growing up there because I didn't fit into any New Orleans box, really. Alan Tucson later on in life became a blueprint for me because he represented what I wanted to be, you know, which was New Orleans through and through, but really lend my hand outside of New Orleans as well in a big way. The way he had a studio in New Orleans that was all his own, you know, it was a blueprint for me. And you're right. The way he was a producer for a lot of different artists is how I saw myself. So Alan tusk was, he was the person I looked to to say, that's what I want to be, but that came later on in life. He was a couple generations ahead of me. But no, I didn't, I didn't study in that way. I was studying gospel musicians and then I got like chick Korea and for me though, although I was a musician, I was always drawn to the songs. It was always the songs over the plan, over the singing. So I never really studied outside a chick. I'm trying to learn Spain. I never really studied keys that way. I studied songwriters. So I was drawn to Stevie, of course. That's what started it all for me. Do you remember what the song or album was with him? I do. I don't remember if it was an album, but a friend of mine gave me a cassette tape. And I knew I'm an 80s baby, right? So I knew I had just called to say I love you and, you know, part time lover when I was, you know, I knew those songs, but I hadn't heard that early voice. And it was, I never dreamed of leaving somebody that's that song I can remember playing that cassette tape and hearing that and my mind just like, why is this making me feel this way, you know? And soon after he gave me Donny live, Donny Hathaway live. It seemed like that was happening all back to back to back. In my life, I don't remember how much there was a break in it. But then I heard The Beatles and I'm like, what are these melodies and how are they saying the same thing but a different way and then that got me to James Taylor somehow actually was watching an awards show and they were honoring him and they were playing fire and rain as he was walking up. And I was like, what is that? You really were a church kid. You hadn't heard James Taylor. I had you heard James Taylor. And I knew the big stuff, you know, but it was a different mind as a songwriter. It was like, I started to want to do that. How old were you when you heard Stevie Wonder and Donny Hathaway? That was like 12. Somebody gave me that stuff. Again, I had heard Stevie and he was just a part of it, you know? I hadn't heard Donnie actually, but that was about 12 or 13. The Beatles, my mom told me stories 'cause my name's Paul. And my little sister was born and she got a lullaby, CD, and it had, hey, Jude on there. So I was really young at that time. I was probably 7, but I didn't really get to The Beatles until later. So what was it like when you finally met Stevie Wonder? And how did you meet Stevie Wonder? So like met in person, there were a couple of quick ones. I remember Kirk Franklin is the first person that introduced me to him in person. But that was really quick. And then 2013, I had a song called only one that I wanted him to play harmonica on. Didn't know him at all, but I just was like, you know, I'm just gonna try. A drummer friend of mine, teddy, who was played for him, and he hooked me up with a stylist of his who happened to be from New Orleans and happened to be familiar with me. So she was down to get him the song. If you can get it to him, I mean, it's two things. He's got to want to do it. You got to be able to get it to him. You know, but it's not like you can sell him on the idea of this being a good career move for him, you know? He just got to want to do it. You could really break it for you. Yeah, yeah. Man, Stevie, I'm telling you, if you just do this one, it's going to take you to the top. You know, it was none of that. I feel like he heard some of himself and was down and he cut harmonica on it. That still hadn't met him in person. And then we were on a plane and I didn't know he was sitting behind me and I went to the restroom and Stevie comes behind me. He used the restroom too. And I turn around like, Stevie, it's PJ, you just did my song, and he was like, oh, I love that song. And we connected then. And that was special. But it didn't really turn into a full relationship until maybe three years ago. He invited me to do toys for tots, his Christmas thing, and we did a song together. And we really started to build then after my album gumbo first began, he told me love this song. He told me he wished that he wrote that song, which is, you know, I don't need any more compliments in life. That's it, you know? That's it for me. And so now we have a bond that is, and I'm not over it. But he told me, you can call me like, you don't have to, you know, we're Friends. I'm like, you're Stevie Wonder though, you know? It's like more than I ever dreamed. That's the biggest, that's the biggest thing I ever dreamed, so it's amazing. Have you ever talked about songwriting with him? We talk about it in a way. We more talk about life, but what's fascinating about Stevie to me is his recall. I don't have that. I can't, if I don't record it in my phone and have a voice note, I'll forget something great. He'll recall ten songs, said he's never put out that he's got, and he'll just run through him. I think it just speaks to his genius, you know, that he can hold all of this stuff. Full songs, a meal play on for me. But we never really talked about technique or anything. I mean, I think he just appreciates what I do, and he tells me he's not bashful about telling me how much he supports me. I think that in general, I don't think that's unique to me. He's very encouraging to artists and writers that he believes in. Now, you almost you've done a lot of producing. I think he won.

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"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

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"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

"The New Orleans based singer songwriter producer and keyboardist of maroon 5. More recently earned a Grammy Award for album of the year. For his contributions to John batiste, we are. But even though he's been up for multiple Grammys, he almost gave up on the idea of a solo career altogether. But then he moved back home to New Orleans and reconnected with what got him interested in music in the first place. Now, Morton's releasing his 8th studio album watch the sun. The new album is made up of 11 original songs and features collaborations with artists like Stevie Wonder, Nas, just Scott and wale. On today's episode, PJ Morton talks to Bruce huddle about what it was like growing up with preacher son, and how his relationship with gospel impacted the way he makes music. He also talks about being a recovering workaholic and his friendship with the great Stevie Wonder. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin richman. Here's Bruce huddle and PJ Morton. You played Oregon growing up, right? Oh, yeah. What was the organ in your church? Yeah, like a beat three. Oh, was okay. Yeah, it was a beat three. Yeah, my brother in law taught me, I learned on the job, basically, and by ear, you know, but he taught me to draw bars and settings and kind of just built from there. I was amazed to hear that well, I heard it on your record. You said it. You don't read music. I don't read music, yeah. So you learn to play in church by ear by ear, yeah. 100%. Wow. It kind of blows my mind, you know? When I think about the things I can play, I just remember not being able to play. And then I remember being able to play. I don't really remember learning. The only thing I remember I would just play the same thing over and over and then I would make a mistake in my ear would say, oh, that's the chord from death song. Oh, that's how they did that. It literally like one foot in front of the other. Now, your album New Orleans begins with a tape of your father, Paul S Martin. Introducing you at church. Well, we were actually at home. Oh, you were home. Yeah, so my dad, every year since 1983, I mean, I remember the camcorders got smaller and smaller through the years. That was the big one. Every year though, we would have a talent showcase during Christmas. It was me and my sisters, we all had to do something, you know, my sister was a singer. You can see me through the years go from drums to trying to play guitar to finally, you see me settling on piano about 7 years old or 8, you know. And that was, I think that was 8 or 9. Do you remember what you played? Yeah, I used to think I invented this..

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"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:31 min | 8 months ago

"pj" Discussed on Broken Record

"Pushkin. Have you ever wished you had a whiter, brighter smile? Whitening treatments can be very expensive..

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

"Bam adebayo had a double double in the heat took a two games to one lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals with a one O 9 one O three win over the Celtics At a bio broke out of a scoring slump with 31 points and grabbed ten rebounds in a game the heat never trailed I feel like everybody walked into this arena you know locked in from the jump Like I said earlier they beat us like we stole something earlier Miami led by 25 in the first half but the Celtics got within 93 92 with two 40 remaining The heat played the second half without Jimmy Butler because of inflammation in this right knee PJ Tucker picked up the scoring slack with 17 points in max drus had 16 Jalen Brown pumped in 40 points for the Celtics who host came four on Monday I'm Dave

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"pj" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"pj" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"On the task at hand. It didn't change a little bit at all, really. As you moved up, you started out flying wing, flying on somebody's wing. And as we became more experienced, you moved up and became an element leader, and you had a wingman. Then you sometimes went up and became, you could lead the whole squadron. And nobody really cared if you were a lieutenant or a captain as you went up that great. So you and your responsibilities and the squadron were purely based on your experience. We will have more from World War II veteran PJ Dahl after a short break. I'm Greg Columbus, and this is veterans chronicles. Welcome back to veterans chronicles. I'm Greg corumba. Our guest in this edition is PJ doll, a U.S. Army air corps veteran of the Pacific theater in World War II. He later served many years in the U.S. Air Force, rising to the rank of colonel. When doll got into sticky situations against the Japanese zeros, his favorite move was to use the two engine design of the P38 to his advantage..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Leading with fear. The promise you something to get you in. I think this is the best example I can just give you guys. Promise you something. You hook all suddenly going through this process, and you know something is not right. You got to telling you, you ask them and they still don't tell you the truth. They don't want to tell you the truth. Because they are afraid to lose you. And when you finally finally get the truth, they want to admit it. And what happened after that? All the time and it was just four. You lose for respect for the person. You don't trust them. You start developing some resentment towards those people. Right. You get affected. World crumble a little bit. All these things happen after you notice that you're being you've been a follower from a faker. Okay. And what size could be found, right? If you lead by fear or you been led by fear. First one. Making decisions with the simple fact that you might be fearful of failure. Okay? Making decisions you start trying to be safe, trying to just accommodate. Please, with that telling the truth. Red flag. If you're working for someone, at the leading you just to tell you good things because they don't want to make sure that you know the truth, red flag. If they're making decisions to please others because they don't want to create vas situations when the truth is not being the one selected as a primary source of conversation, red flag. If the decisions that have been made is because you want everybody to be in a good state, but you know about the end of the result, it's going to be failure, red flag. Not willing to go with conflict. That's a good one. Fear of conflict go do it. I'm afraid I can not do it. See? Those are signed that you being led or you're leading with fear. Not being conflict, not having conflict because you are afraid what people are going to say about you. And this one's big one. There's nothing worse the feeling fear of what people think about you. People do not have a power over you. If you allow them. Okay now let's just combine both of them. Let's just take both of them and just make a nice soup. Now what kind of side of the coin are you? Are you in a coin on a side of leading with fear? Or you're in a side of the coin with your leading example? The thing is that one is easier than the other. And guess which one is? Which one is the easiest one? If you know. Of course, leading with fear. Which one is the hardest one? Yet, you guess it leading by example, why is that? Why leading by example is so hard. Simple. Because it's required a 100% of action. And responsibility. Something that is very hard to acquire because it does require a long stand years of discipline. That means that you need to know how to be a follower and following great leaders to understand their characteristic and traits. Then you have to become one. And your suspect the fact that fairly will be part of the process, and most importantly, you're going to lead by truth. Now because you'll be the one leading by truth that means that you have to just grab the sword and they call it The Crown. And conquer. If you are an army of the army can not see you that you have the guts to conquer, they're not gonna follow you. Now what happened would you leave with you? Let's go to the other side. Let's go to the other side of the coin. Why this wants the easiest. You just leading by laziness, complacent. Leading by emotions or feel good. Leading by what people would think about me. Leading by everything that is not equal to be respectful. So you are willing to just sacrifice everything here that will destroy your life in the long side and you don't want to do all these scenes because it requires some invest over your time, but it will give you greatness. Why? This one, it will be a short term gratification. That's why. Leading by fear is short term, ratification, result. Policing. Okay, so you want to please people? Okay. That means that they so unquote, I'm not going to talk about you. But they're going to do either way. Not telling the truth. It can just help you by the short term in the long term, you know the stories about having long stories about license lie you have to just make another lie in the light and not allow you and you know what happens. You still get caught up. Being disrespectful disrespectful. For a simple fact that you didn't tell the truth. But you now you are untruthful and I trustworthy. Why? Because you were afraid of a combative argumentative situation. Instead of just going to this one, Hasan courage confront the conflict and have some arguments, right? And still be in the winning side. Even it does feel uncomfortable at the end. You still in the Windsor because you were genuine about it..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Doesn't do me. No better in the matthew of the repeal community to all that stuff they want to change stuff action to be taken. And that's something that you guys have to design for the self development community. Let me just go there. If you guys thanks to change so we need to take action man of female. You wanna community to be better to start digging become better and really showing to yourself that you'd better eliminate those behaviors about. That's very hard to do. Because i lived in. You live with people. That don't like that so you have to make a decision. You have to make a decision whether you staying that behavior atmosphere or you change things around you but you have to do something. Just something are being just thinking about for last couple of days sometimes use the channel app. Get pop by these. Big alpha's people criticize things but they can show their face. They criticized thing but they don't give solutions for things. That's worse people pretending to be certain kind of caliber or they're not even close. The weakest theme of a man is flesh and you see a lot of symbols bowing to and this is the problem with this criticizing things no solution at all or criticizing people. Then know that they're not gonna listen to you giving advice to people that are going to listen to you just wasting time if set on doing the legislature time of people that are willing to just take the hit and just improve line because live need to be approved for needs to be true with action and then we people they wanna think ability because endow way people can just follow you but now just just identifying the probably not doing anything about it. That makes things worse talking about the same things for years to come. They'll make it better makes it worse because he is fueling more into a soap opera. The endless of opera end this movie. There has to be finished. You have to be an end to this. End star weep momentum estar with an approach to fixing. And that's why you should stop complaining because you make you. We wasn't short. Episode is want to express if you listen to me your female or male whatever stock complaining you cannot take control things right and you cannot look for solutions right out. I want to hear it. It's your job right. Make a difference and making a difference. Is you stop it. Stop about the problem and just go ahead and fix the problem. A unit. Fix the problem. You are no youth for the world and worth for yourself to make sure that you are useful for yourself because most importantly you need yourself. You need your sympathy stronger stronger stronger. Position in complaining doesn't help with this. This was happy so number ninety nine the very short sweet. You're listening to the park and youtube. Romo vision make relation. Like you listened to the podcast spotify. All these jewish latham. Actually your friends with this. Your host polydor vargas..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Number one hundred. This is because i to yours. Say thank you to my friend brother. Mike bain we. We wanted to do like a challenge where we just posted for thirty days. Stray contact in jubilee channel or pocket channel to protect ourselves that we need to to use overcome her obstacle or doubt to take action and we were caught up in. You know simple things for live in. We were just losing momentum with our own creativity owned our legacy so we set up a lhasa. Ten september seven. We set up a challenge to you submit everyday content for the next thirty days and we almost dare and i feel very very into to finish that challenge interesting enough. i notice. It was very aren't even if it looks simple. Looks very minimalistic is very har because it is a constant battle with yourself right now twelve in the morning and milwaukee spin night i just came from work and my body's telling me right now go to sleep. Don't do this right but my heart said you know what not. We had to do this. We told ourselves we're going to do it in here. We are episode night. Ninety from the piaf amusement park has very happy and with this burgi topic restoring manhood restoring man. I'm not gonna tell people how they should live the life. That's their problem. And i don't care does it does the gut on through. I don't care. But i really gotta give my two cents. Used to cheer experience. I still some some a homeless person. Milwaukee and person was asking for money right young the know his story and he was asking for money and there was a lot of people trying to explain them explaining why they should not give him money in. I'm looking at him like why. Why why people not telling the the truth you guys are helping him giving him money you hard to tell the truth. Believe me i will love to give the money of the world. But that's not how you help them. Do you know help them by giving the fished you tell them how to fish you to show them how to fish. Of course he was going to use that money for drugs. When i came from new york to new york for the first time i was went broke just to hold the homeless people in one week. I give us like one hundred fifty dollars one hundred fifty dollars at a time. When things were bad very bad. I need it. You know help people especially the homeless people by giving them giving them something. You had been you help them. By telling the truth you had to get yourself in this situation. You cannot keep doing this. that's why i told him. He saw me. He approached me. I told him you know what you thought you think twice. You thought twice the program. You thought you knew i was gonna tell you something and i don't ask me for money. How are you twenty six. You're young two-leg legs term. Call final job. You can do this. Don't ask you for money in. This is the best advice. I can give you. Go and find a job. Stop asking for money right you. First of all people people that walking around their naming telling them that they're not telling him the truth. I don't care why care and told the truth you need you need. You need to pull yourself up because clearly not money. We know that homeless people can average between one hundred to two hundred dollars an average when they hustle all that money goes to drugs so you cannot incentivize behavior that you have to pull themselves for net situation and the way you do. That is avoiding of course addictive behaviors. I think the behavior being they're asking for money right. They're getting that reward for every time they ask for. Lemony that's how you cut us. Don't give them on right. Just let life deal with iran. So today we're gonna talk about restoring manhood. Manhood has to do to do a lot of that. How you pull yourself from that position to do something for yourself and sometimes it can be a liberal harsh. Get me wrong. I gave money so some people. Sometimes i do. Sometimes i don't but when i knew is when i noticed is for bad things. Don't give money simply don't if they need food i'll give them food but i'm not going to get the money to kill themselves. I don't want that chaucer man. You were very strong in that position. You understand why it's important. To tell the truth. It was hard through the something that right. It's hard to grasp but need to be put into active. So how do we restore manhood are going to just go through a couple of points inside those points. We're going to discuss some of the signs or tips where you can just start thinking about that. I first one structure and live. You need to have structure structure in regard that from the time you just wake up to time you go down to bed this structure in the day the goes by. And you speak your size spiritual side you need to have a structure. Why because a man the world expecting you to be a leader in every sense every sense of your daily life and your family as a man you had to be. The leader cannot negotiate this. You had to be a leader right and your your wife will be there to test you to make sure that you keep that frame. Sometimes wife just test men just make sure that you still there and sometimes guys don't know how to p pick up on that. The wife always going to test you to make sure you still keep that frame and you still secure as a structure because she needs you and your family needs you so if you don't keep structure their goal they'll.

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"All things are mindful training. It making sure that you just get that constant into your mind. Make sure that you know. Things are not as bad as this seems to be. What happened is the leader. Now people wanna be around you because you see the world differently differently and when you see the warring different lenses for some reason people want to get into your reality your to find songs for comfort. He said of being the follower become the leader. You don't need to see a leader to become one. You can do yourself k. Have you seen this an absence of something that you want to follow. Why not be that. That thing that you wanna follow. Hey maybe it was all it was there all along but you didn't see it because he was you. Being a leader is is very hard for simple fact because people confuse it by being bossy. Be per someone that puts people down Making people cry stuff like that. That's not about our leader leaders about teaching people how to be leaders teaching people how to be better showing them nassain it having an open. Mind to listen to people's well don't open your mouth before you before hearing information's listen great listener that what it means for me to be compassionate leader. Someone that is well rounded we himself. The has no legal or little to be very humble humble when that week when he speaks speak with presence in believable people. Guys this was episode number. Eighty the music podcast. Make sure that you go to ankle that fm. Pf music podcast. You can listen to the rest of the podcast episodes that i have in my channel. You're listening to the youtube rumble. Make sure that you share content. As well i really appreciate it. This is your host pablo. Diaries vargas for tonight..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Late. Always i'm here just to produce the content. The guy deserve today's topic is the send off gossip this sin or gossip like we say puerto rico are like gossip but it doesn't entertain right. That's the thing that we have down there in the island kind of crazy. Now my favorite k now my favorite. But that's how say. Make sure that you can subscribe to the youtube channel. Make sure that if you're listening to the podcast in the ankle that fm dash pf music. Make sure that you share the content as well. You see him a little bit tire. We're here to get the show going the sin of gossip. Why i'm saying the synagogue. I don't know where to start with this. One gossip is something that is so distracted. I mean it just something that it requires. A high level understanding emotionally to not fall for gossip is something that is in all of us. And if you don't control it will eat. Your soul is gossip is in all facets of life work family. You know you name it anywhere school. Not it's up to you to attend me. How you deal with this. You know what happened with sin. If you drawn drawn say now is Drown if you drown yourself into a sin. You're being in the bottom abyss of an abyss. And you could tell when you're surrounded with people with berry bass right feel people that are heavy. Bad intention tension A lot of tension. You feel like your emotions are being drained like you feel heavy right. If you feel toxic you feel unclean when you surround with this kind of people. I'm going to talk on a couple of points. We're gonna take a little bit deeper. Like i always say. Make sure that you follow me. Okay the first one. It bills a false sense of superiority. Try that one more time. It built a false sense of superiority superiority to work on that one. The way people achieve this one is that they pull people down by talking bad about them because they cannot succeed with their own abilities so the easiest way they do it is basically pulling down. That's why they create a false sense of superiority because the only way they can be better than the in their mind of course the medusa parentheses is by talking bad about them being toxic about them being everything wrong in their back above them and they can feel superior accord. They tell a lie to everybody. Everybody billy the same lie a sound like a sound like a truth but there's always two sides of the coin but these person built a false sense of security by talking battle. The people don't do that. Don't do that. Learn how to be confrontational. And just speak the truth. I two i if you have something to say is very important game. If barry is talking bad about someone why you don't go right confronted person impel it like it is if you can tell it i y to someone. Don't say it with a means that you gossip about a right your death same thing. You're gossiping jane. A built a false sense of superiority. That's what gossip does next one create distrust on your team family and friends. Are you notice that one we start gossiping about your family about your friends about your teammate. Now you can look at them. Strain straight into there. Is you know why because now created a distrust. The had destroyed the foundation of what having friends and family means and what it means to be a team player. If you have you have all if you're always carrying a knife is people in the back. How are they going to look at you and say you. I trust you even though you stopped me in the back. Why gay and. I'm going to say something at the end. Stay tune about the gossip and why is that inner conflict that it always always gonna end up always binding you back every time the you gossip by your family your lips likely right less likely to capture trust and respect from them.

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Use whole yourself a little bit longer than usual k be uncomfortable right and being above your limit is a good thing when you go to the gym and you cannot do more than fifteen reps right whatever goals above those fitting reps ryan is a that means that. That's when you start growing fifteen reps. Is he hurts. Desma comfort zone but let me just do that. Sixteen because. I know if i keep doing that by the of my goal i will notice a difference. Gay push yourself is important. You need to go to that pain. Push yourself in your limit and you can identify. What kind of comforts on is that then defined what kind of conference convert songs that push yourself. Rhyme in be patient with a process. Because it's going to. It's going to happen next one. Do not handle the struggles alone. We're nasu we not superman superheroes right. We need to. We need to express ourselves. I will say or express our concern that we are going through harsh times right. Don't try to take everything into a bubble right. Pretend that you have all the answers. Do not have all the answers. He's okay tius step back sick for help while at least someone that can just hear. You do not confuse that. Why do not confuse that from using people as pillows. People are not pillows k. Don't do that. Make sure that you are fair to handle dow struggle because people right when you start expressing yourself or trying to talk about things. People do receiving some of the energy. So make sure that you nast spending people's energy gain find someone aim express yourself a so to yours talk to somebody next one. Be up statistic optimistic. Everything will be fine. Life will never never never send you any problem that you cannot handle in my case. I know god will never send me a problem that i can handle gay a problem. It's an opportunity to grow. I wanna grow therefore right. Every time that i have an opportunity to grow up grab it every tend to have a problem. Ab- grab it. Because i know if i manage to just get an answer from the problem i'm not going to be the same. I'm going to be better the more we just fix a province right. The more we look for answers right the more we understand life and when it comes to struggles right understanding the struggles happens right. Make things easier the not go through a world thinking that you have the answers when you don't hey it's okay everything will be okay. Bs domestic ron. And make sure that the optimistic is not a False pretense that right. The joint title prevents. No no no is knowing that in the end of the line the in after the storm this all was communist and everything will be fine next one. My favorite have a journal. I don't care if you write once a week once a month once a day but writing down right will help you understand yourself better. You don't have money to talk with a therapist. Grab this little thing call pencil. A notebook is start writing things down. Why is that because you can just go back right and see if you're still the same person or you grew up from that Person that you were back a year ago. K- keeping track. Keeping track of your thoughts are important because the mind always go like one hundred miles per hours. Every second it's hard to just crap are thought and just put it out there therefore writing things down a lease give you a break to understand. What the hell is going on with my mind. Maybe i never saw from that perspective. Maybe that third person perspective can give me another answer. A ym struggling maybe. There's a real problem. That i need to just let it let it out get journal get a pencil get on notebook style right down the semesters one. They day three hours every three hours every week every month. Every year doesn't matter. Make sure that you riding thought down right in that way you can you see yourself through a notebook next one. Be active active in assizes sports community. Work don't high yourself in the four walls gay and we know. What is that rice. Jer room to little come for fluffy plays that it feels like a safe zone. Very are yami no be active and for the aside. You not to go crazy. You don't have to go to the gym. Which is ideal. If you're man is a deal to go to the gym ryan get that a stance on upright. Make sure that you can get your yourself going a little bit right. Post star walking walking ten minutes. Twenty five minutes walk a little bit. Get your your blood falling a little bit. if you don't do you don't like to say it's okay. Get a sport. You lie baseball. Just go to a local tournament. They play softball. You like to play some tennis go so local court play some tennis basketball anything that can use keep you moving right in avoiding this safe fluffy cute kind of feeling. You don't wanna do that. You wanna make sure that you money's clean right occupy right from the struggle right that will help you with the blood riding. Your blood would just get to your brain. Your brain can use a little bit faster eight. Maybe maybe that day when you went to the gym and went to the basketball. Give you the answers for what you were looking for. Make sure that you're moving your active. The last one take a break and go out and breathe a new fresh air. Why is this important. If you're in your house and you go to struggle ri- and you getting frustrated and you're not getting the answers. You won the worst thing that you can do is just push through. Why because your brain short tire right for all the stress. You're not gonna start thinking straight. The worst thing you can do is when you struggling right handling the situation with a struggle mine. Step back say you know what. Let me open the door gore gosai. You'll see the birds me is washed a lake. We'll get the fish jumping around. Look at those ducks. Get up. New fresh air right. See the kids just running around. Just just relax. Hey live should not be the heart you know. Sometimes we make it. Harder for reasons are completely.

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"We never stop making mistakes. Now there's two ways like say all the time where you can see this but you can just make make make of it or you learn from your mistakes or do you jus- high be behind your ego. Okay meg your mistake. Swallow it right and just own it and you don't have to apologize to nobody right. Most important thing is that you have to recognize that and fix it solely matters. You're not to tell the world just recognize it and fix it if you cannot do their right. You're stable emotionally. Why because that means right that you've been protecting yourself for years for no reason emotionally of course right. If you don't have a healthy emotional state of mind this part is going to be a huge shrug of for you. For the fact they said imagined that you always making wrong things. You're affecting everybody but you cannot asset that you're wrong and we're not say accepting that you're you're wrong a snack saying that on not. It's not only allowing people. You're still you're wrong you're wrong. It's not about that. It's when you know you're wrong people telling you that you're wrong it's not. It's not what i'm talking about right. People can tell you you're wrong for everything and you might be right for everything. Okay that's not talking about when you make an action you know you're wrong right. Make sure that you shake your emotional stability and make the addition to whether learn from the springs are not checked your wrong-doings and the last one extremely fearful of criticism or rejection for those folks that go through life trying to pretend something. They're not this my really touch you if you're afraid of criticism if your are afraid of rejection an emotional unstable frame you don't understand how the world works right. You are like a little puppy. The came up from her mom. Dock from your mother right and you saw vulnerable that nobody can tell you anything because you're going to start screaming that issue with the criticism that issue with the rejection. You need to hand the both in order for you to be stable emotionally k. s. like fighting first couple of weeks couple months. It's going to hurt then. It's going to stop hurting less being say it's going to stop hurting. I say gonna stop hurting less always going to be there. But you're going to be made sure to identify the pain. Say okay. i can't hold a little bit and just you know handle it. That's what i'm talking about. Extremely fearful of criticism on rejection before this when you have to be exposed expose and your experience those emotions to understand it and this once important because going to determine whether you can move for life on show this one was my small list from the epa seventy one let me just recap on this emotions are something that we cannot rely a hundred percent and are going to say rhino feeling because these feels good the some meat is right or mean correct. Failing good it could be something that feels back tomorrow. Feeling good about candy. Today tomorrow can feel tired right. Feeling a just a reaction from your body that tells you quick what things are key or not but you never should never rely on them one hundred percent. It should be like your fifth your fifth way to just you know. Think with the things right or wrong you always move through world with the logics especially as a man for simple reason our way of life as man it was rely on responsibility can ability and logical approach to things right. You should not love your family with feeling you love your famine phone positional responsibility in truth gay. I can feel hundred things at the same town. A mean just caved. Those things that i feel right. I'm i keep myself composed to to a point where i can just relax. The everything's okay. Why am i emotionally unstable man ghost you never dealt with some of these traits yet to go the understanding why simple tasks like not not finishing things time not getting on time nine empathy for people in all those things they have a deeper meaning of the issue. Would you should consult with that professional. I'm not a professional this. I'm just telling you my opinion always one the inch. Make sure you find someone then no to handle this account. The all this wants episode number seventy one. And why am i emotional stable man. This is your host holiday varga..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Center. Tom brown meet night in eastern eastern time. So hopefully you guys can just catch up this morning. Episode number seventy three is going to be. Why do i lose motivation to work right. Why do i lose motivation to work. So this is going to be more focused on. What how they feel right when you start working and things start catching up and stuff like that. Why do i lose motivation to work. Okay this is important. I remember that again. I'm not a professional. I'm just do my opinion with these things. Make sure your was look for your professional if you need therapy all the stuff. I'm just giving you my opinion regarding all these things and why we lost motivation. I'll tell you by the end. What is my opinion this. I'm just going to give you a simple fact why What could be the reasons that you lose motivation right. We are millions of reasons why we just do stuff right. But most importantly let's just send then defy why could be Their recent you lose motivation to use move forward in your life or just do simple tasks of working out Go to work in the morning or the stuff. Let's over the first one very the first one is that you do not feel value came and this one's very important. Imagine just going to work every day and all the sudden nobody noticed you. You've been working for a company for ten years. You still stuck. You see all the people just going up and down but your values and change anything. No even your boss notices that you've been been there for twenty years or ten years. You know why. I heard this morning. That a lot of people are har- for work. They their value is a slow are saving money gang so thinking. If you're working for some someone else right think that you're there for them to just just a simple task that you've been paid for that service so your value is equal right to that surfer. Therefore equals money by the end. So yeah the first one. You do not feel valley could be. You gotta work. Nobody cares. go board nobody noticed. Yeah so then you confidence start going low right then you motivation to us do things non existent right. That's what it is next one. You are emotionally exhausted. Gay emotionally exhaust. That means let me tell. Let me just give you what it is right. This is basically you spending a lot of energy in things that you should not be spending on k. And let me give you an example. When i used to just teach piano back in the day i would just you know force myself right to teach students that they've been lied to play the piano or anything about music so me. Being forced to teach student didn't care really drain my soul. Every time that i would just go back to my house. I feel tired. I didn't want to do a lot of stuff. I didn't wanna move. So that was the reason i was. I was being drained so so that means by the end of the day i was exhausted. Didn't wanna work didn't want to work on my stuff. But they didn't want to play piano. Didn't want to do a lot of stuff so therefore i was completely tired. Imagine just now doing this every day. Right let's say that you do something that you didn't don't like or very demanding emotionally in you have been you. Have you have been doing this for years. That as up right that means for the in whatever used you have left or jeers accumulated it becomes wanting that that it just in exhaustion experience exhausted experience. Therefore you cannot do anything else besides that. Could you expand all those important emotion that you needed right. You put it into something that didn't didn't deserve in the first place. Hey are emotions faucet. That's the second one now. Let's go to the third one. Laugh loss of motivation at work and this happened because of the first one game. So when you're gonna val valuable enough ryan you start losing motivation of work gay when you wanna be lessened. Nobody wanna hear you when you give your hundred percent but nobody cares. Used debt to just be like a plant. Basically you still lose motivation when things are not happening like you wanted right. You start loosening motivation. All those things start to just piling like crazy and you started listening motivation. Why it just for the simple fact that you're not getting a reward from that so there's no reason to have a motivation. I place that makes sense to work is not something that just done because he needs to be done. I understand this reason. Sometimes that you have to do work to just develop some skill and more importantly at the moment are important and you need to learn to experience to move forward but when we're when there's no reward to have the job in the first place you will you're gonna start lose motivation especially when you having on Compensations ryan this is a commission base mentality from your work and this is wrong because motivation is just an emotion that just triggered the first The first respond to us take action but sometimes motivation is just disappear when you don't see yourself moving forward even the you're working as hard as you can gain so that's a very important one. That lost motivation at work game. Make sure that you understand why you are in that work and why you're doing your job and where you heading towards for and that what you don't lose that motivation okay.

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Using hundreds of drugs right doing wrong. Things being addicted to run the hundreds of things right. If you wash porn all the squeal things right you do addictions you do drugs right. How hard is for you to get out of those things right because there's an emotional attachment to those activities k. You have a master emotions logically. You know that's wrong. Of course there's an emotion attached to it so therefore you cannot detach yourself on that day so mastering that level okay of emotional will get your grand you while we call freedom freedom off shoes. You still have those addiction. Does the emotion though things popping up but you master it right so you just still do us right. You still move forward. You being proactive. Your now not reacting those things right to. That's why it's important for you to really really really mastery emotions. Is that way. You don't have go through that kind of pain and i do. Sales gain and emotions are something that are always going up and down always going up and down and the recent is because rejection is part of it right and because rejection is part of it right up by nature. I just wanna detach myself paying. I don't want to be part of that right. I want remember defend myself by the opposite that more. Fear i- half the more i want. Move forward the more. Just wanna go to the bricks wise death. I want to be better. There's no pain there's no gain. I'm not. I'm not saying that back pain when when when you're burnt bones hurt kinda pain like like a mossel can opinion. You know hurts but always a good pain that makes sense that kind of pain reading kind of pain man. Emotion say don't read because he hurts but you logical side but you need to ray read you need to just put fuel into your soul. Just put fuel into your soul. See all the seats aren't attached right to and those are daily activities. Now imagine that you put yourself in this constant you. You're taking things by month a month. Use a missing Small baseball kinda thing right. If you play baseball you know and the outside looks like a simple game pitcher batting catcher in. There's a couple of guys trying to catch the ball. But then there's more than go into it because you don't signals right the there. The cash is communicating with the pitcher and the batter. Just just trying to figure out. What the hell pitchers don't all those things are going on in your daily life right because your emotions doesn't only go into the macro atmosphere democracy just a reflection and a results from those micro me newt's activities that you always trying to win you win the war right by winning small battles k. Dass had you win the war. Daas how you master emotions. Small activities one by one ryan. Identifying what is the correct the session to move forward to combat. And i understand his heart and disseminate dna. Because you have social media your computers you have you have everything right sexist. All over the place is easier to find. you know. it's what fictions all over. The place drugs are very easy to to find right. All those things you paint for we have stuff the supposed to pay. Yeah porn Fab all those things right. You want to make sure the you control of the thing you need to master it. You don't master at their. What control you for life. Do you ever seen so on the six sixty five year. Look at them you. You're saying then you look what the hell's wrong with you man. there reality. Is that just emotions just dragging down and you guys know what i'm talking about so you don't wanna be in that position game. You wanna make sure that when you look at yourself next year you're completely different. Not the same you deliver it delivered yourself the same. You're gonna differ the call frequency right right. And that's a little brought turn for frequency. Means that state of mind that when people talk you write that can look at look at you straight through your eyes and tell you then what a choice you whatever you saying trust you because i know you are granted person. You wanna be that person okay. So how important is to master your emotions very important now. We'll say the most important thing that you should do every day. Think about everything and for this. So be the end of the podcast. Make sure that you subscribe to channel. Make sure that you go to anchor that fm. Listen to podcasts For now we're going to keep it short. This is episode number. Sixty eight the seizure holes. Paolo vargas i'm out..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Very comfortable as a bird. You have to fly your own wings. Can i just use your father. Brothers your neighbors yet to fly in seeing that truth as a man right. It's gonna come with a lot of tests in life. The good thing is if you have these two things resolved right. It's going to become easier. I'm not saying it's not gonna be a cakewalk. No it's not going to be at least with these tools you can use to move forward and defend yourself. It's not the same. Listen if you go to war okay you prefer to go to war with a gun with our gun exactly so this. Is the gun a lease with that. You can move. Forward can shoot back from their years. You know tried to survive a lot. I think i mentioned this before. A lotta energy and more stable emotional energy going around air. We are stuff. Li- manhood is just getting ahead. And i don't see i do see a couple of things going on but one thing is complaining about things right but we have to bring solutions. Solutions are very important solution. Elise us give us a guy right to what we can. Just move and at least try to go against the the waves. I see now a lot. A lot. Seen france on people around here. You know manhood been very you know destruct and not destruct destroyed ri- say but Sucked right to the ground. So don't let that happen to you. Mature you face the world. Make sure that you know how you walking through the world with allowing you know these external things controlling your your natural instinct which is to be a man. Make sure that you go to father. Kanowa father i understand right. Some kind of Masculine energy where you can. Just you know remould yourself in your folly. Go to your grandpa grandpa. try to find something where you can use. Replicate right some behaviors that you can use Attracted make sure. Those behaviors have virtue. Don't get don't get trapped. You know in the sex sex and drugs life. Don't get traveling that right. That's just a flesh right. That comes and goes. Hey remember you had to have personal responsibility. Always for answers your problems. You can do that if you're going crazy. I'm not saying. Hey i'm not saying don't learn how to use to get lay stuff like that you you do but right. Make sure you're doing. It was self control. Make sure you're doing with the right person right. You don't wanna grab right. An obscure night a piece of hamburger and eat it and you don't even know the hamburger has been leftover for two months. The do that. Hey even if you want a late make sure you walk in yourself in. That's gonna come naturally. You're not to force anything you know the play these games you had to play these lines ryan before A guy we my wife my best games. Why when i moved from being a pickup orders to a natural game and start working myself. Everything came very naturally right. And i i. I'm not even lukewarm. Came not stop working yourself. Dame will come pre natural the more control you have yourself you can just make better decisions and win data decisions more responsibilities of course because disaggregated power the comfortable so make sure you apply these principles and go through life but the life. Hopefully you know you can find many in this world all right. This was episode. Sixty five from the pf music podcast. The real meaning all life as a man dinar professional. I want give my opinion by. Make sure you listen to this a couple of times. See if you can get some Context of this. I just want to put them a little reading. Even though they're still a lot of people out there giving their messages very good. I just want to give my opinion on this. Make sure that you listen to them on my other. Podcast episodes in ankle that fm. Or just keep waiting for the next episode. And you guys. With this i'm out..

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"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"pj" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Become my best. I i will say something to those out there try something. Make sure that you use whatever you have a mind that you always thought that you start you start with something.