18 Burst results for "Peter Demandn"

"peter demand" Discussed on My First Million

My First Million

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on My First Million

"First principal. Thinking can look at a system and and say first principles. This should be pasta. Feel like aca ruled out. Nobody could be two days. South travel never look again. Just want to make an introduction Trump fan lead writer for the hustle. And we're here with peter. Demand is a give a very brief intro here just for a very brief for audience. Lot entrepreneurs and investors Kind of pass. It's you for you to break down. Who des manages Better but So you went to. mit race. Studied biology. You got a harbor medical degree at the same time. A while. you're studying medicine. You started a space company satellite microsatellites. And you basically gone this route since where you've been.

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"peter demand" Discussed on Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Myths and Legends

"Peter heard that breaking glass before he saw what remained if his glass factory. He turned the bend in the road to see not a guard at the gate. Not the fires of industry billowing smoke from within one lone man throwing rocks at the windows of his factory. Oh hey boss. The man said smiling and waving. Peter rushed up and plucked the rock from his hand. What was he doing was no one stopping him. Peter shook his head he was going to get the sheriff. Oh he comes by some times tries his hands at breaking the windows. He's getting better. The worker said picking up another rock and flinging it a window high up on the factory sprinkled class on roof. Peter demanded know what was going on. The worker said oh Yeah this was all peter's fault. When he stopped showing up he also stopped paying the workers. They took anything that wasn't nailed down and also the stuff that was nailed down. That just took a little bit longer. It was basically just a warehouse with a ton of broken windows now. Turns out that when you're running a factory you actually have to run the factory as for me. I used to make glass now. I break it. That's that's my arc. That's what i'm doing with my time. Are you peter. Frenzied grabbed his former employees. He was destitute. He couldn't afford to put food on the table. Let alone the heard. The horse hooves or trading let alone a carriage and a driver. The employee said shaking himself. Free peter probably should've used his inside voice. There looked like he was walking years bringing in handshaking. Peter started a long walk back to town. The sounds of rocks hitting his factory in the background growing quieter and quieter his walk was dance. Walk as most of peter's walks were at this point but it was a sad dance. Walk in as far as that's possible. It wasn't a half mile down the road before he was joined by soft footsteps at aside he looked down and saw the little glassman l. g. m. met the bottom l. Gm fate is turned on me. Peter said through tears. It wasn't fate little glassman noted. It was your terrible wishes in your even worse. Management of them also stopped calling me l. Gm i hate it. Peter still with a frenzy. Look on his face turn to the little glassman and found that he towered over the bean. The little glassman took a step back but it was too late. Peter snatched him up from the ground and held him aloft by his collar. He now had a little treasure man his power all of his problems were at an end l. g. m. side and shook his head as his jacket grew orange ono that s- where he was wrong peter's problems were only beginning within seconds. The jacket was too hot to hold and peter screened and drop a little glassman too horrified by his seared and smoking hands to watch the creature dirt off into the forest. Peter stared down at his burning hands. There was only one option left now for himself and his mother he.

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"peter demand" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

08:59 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on The Young Turks

"The house will still vote on this bipartisan infrastructure. Bill on september. Twenty seven and then it will pass or is it also possible. You'll delay the vote was always a possibility that again delayed but the question is I'll be going to work to to ogle For september twenty seven. Yes you're gonna work heart to reach that goal and sometimes you have to come stop the clock to get to. The girl was necessary to get there so with Representative clyburn saying that. There's a possibility for a delay on the vote for the bipartisan bill. You now have other conservative members of congress coming forward saying like nope that would that would be a big mistake. Let's go back to Schrader who says that'd be foolish on their part schrader said noting that clyburn pelosi and house majority leader. Steny hoyer were in the room when the promise was made to them to take up the infrastructure plan on september twenty seventh that would indicate they're not playing fair the sandbox. It would be a travesty if they try to play games. But what about you guys playing games. What about corporate democrats playing games right. I mean they never get called out for that. And so that's of course as usual here because the mainstream media paints the the quarterback bilas bipartisan and moderate and wonderful and it was so hard to reach but they were american heroes. For reaching that deal mitch mcconnell approves of it so must be great privatize public infrastructure right. That alone is something's not right. So of course is totally corporate bill. The corporate media loves it and painted is very positive the three and a half trillion dollar one they say is is a lotta money has wants their fee. That was if he now. If you have that perspective you'd say okay then we should do the one everybody agrees to. And maybe do the if you wanna maybe not but the reality is no the first. One sucks is backed by corporations for completely their own benefit the second one has actually all the progressive priorities. And by that i mean in this case democratic priorities that below see schumer and binding agreed to and champion and of course the press hates those so i don't know but if you thought that was a really important one you would stand your ground and that is what progressives thing and that is what theoretically majority of the democratic party thinks but these corporate goons are now just out. Nope and they're just saying. I don't care about democratic priorities. We were using unity as a way to punch progressives before we never meant a word of it and now the mask is off and we work for corporate america. And we're going to try to kill your better bill does. It doesn't serve our masters. Jake is not using hyperbole here okay. That is exactly what's going on. In fact a new report by david sirotta over at the daily poster has to do with these three corporate democrats who voted down the provisions to allow for medicare to negotiate drug prices directly with pharmaceutical companies. Thus securing lower drug prices for americans peter's kurt schrader kathleen rice. All three of them voted that down in the house energy committee right and when the constituents representative. Peter demanded that he stopped taking money from pharmaceutical companies. You know what he said. no. I'm not i'm not gonna do that. I'm gonna keep taking the money just straight out telling his constituents i don't care i work for corporate interests. I worked for the pharmaceutical companies. I do not work for you and you know why does that. And why he feels emboldened to say that and be so transparent about his own corruption. Because he doesn't think has constituents will do a damn thing about it and i think they should call his bluff. Yeah those guys. There's literally no constituency no one outside of the drug companies who thinks drug prices choubey at this level or higher because we are not allowed to negotiate with drums. It doesn't make any sense. No market would agree to that. Republican agreed democrats agree independent. Nobody actual voter agrees to what those corporate goons are saying. And they're all democrats by the way. The republicans agree with them because they're all corporate sellouts every republican politician worse for corporate america. Okay but goons and the democratic party are saying we are against every single voter. We will brazenly take bribes and serve the people who gave us those bribes which are the drug companies. That's who schrader. That's krista cinema. And joe manchin are and every one of those peter's rice all of them and they should be called what they are corrupt. Well we have more on that pharmaceutical drug price provision when we come back after the break and man kirstin cinema does not want. Americans pay lower drug prices. She seems to really love. The idea of them price-gouging you so we've got those details and more when we come back back on young turks jenkin anna with you guys more unfortunately christa cinema. Yes very unfortunate but you know she holds power in the senate and she could tank important provision in the reconciliation. Bill so senator karston cinema is fighting hard to ensure that her own constituents overpay for pharmaceutical drugs. Now this has to do with a provision in the budget. Reconciliation bill that she has come out against that. Provisions would allow for medicare to negotiate drug prices directly with pharmaceutical company. Something that's currently banned in order to secure lower drug prices for americans and also in order to save money to the federal government which funds medicare now senator cinema is opposed to the current prescription drug pricing proposals in both the house and the senate bills she also doesn't support a pared back alternative being by house democratic centrists that would limit the drugs subject to medicare negotiation now representative scott peters in the house of course has offered a substitute for the more robust provisions that would allow for these negotiations to take place between medicare and drug companies and basically when he would do is limit the number of drugs that would be able to be negotiated on right. So there'd be twenty drugs that medicare could negotiate about but everything else would be banned from negotiation. Which i mean. This is how neoliberalism works in neoliberalism. The government isn't Irrelevant the government works on behalf of corporations. And that's exactly what's happening now in regard to how these negotiations don't take place With the medicare system and the pharmaceutical companies. Now here's more on the healthcare provision in the budget. Reconciliation bill The drug price negotiation changes that cinemas coming out against are a major component of the bills envisioned financing. Democrats are counting on them to raise as much as seven hundred billion dollars over ten years to pay for the party. Line bills ambitious programs. And you know why because allowing the government to negotiate drug prices directly with pharmaceutical companies leads to lower drug prices leads to less money being spent by the federal government on these drugs. It makes sense right so whenever you hear these. Corporate democrats talk about how it is not fiscally responsible to to pass this provision. No it's fiscally irresponsible to not pass this provision. Because that means that we're going to continue spending way more on prescription drugs compared to other countries so first of all that context is really important. Because if you hear that there's some sort of you know extraordinary thing to do to negotiate drug prices. You might have a different mindset and go. Oh my god. He's radicals say that we should depend on the markets. But wait a minute. I thought caserta said their whole lives that we should believe in free markets. This is not a free market. It's literally exact. Opposite it says the market cannot negotiate. Drug prices governments the biggest buyer of drugs along with many other buyers and they're saying we do an unnatural thing with one of those participants the government in this case not being able to negotiate. They just take whatever price the drug companies say. Whatever that is free So now that no other country in the world does this is unprecedented. I'm not even talking about develop developing world. No no no country says we will not negotiate. We'll just pay whatever price that accompany says on anything. Oh cars we're buying cars. We'll just The government is a bunch of cars. Okay hey gm or toyota just charges. Whatever you want a million dollars a car. Sure no problem. I'll pay like this say nobody would do that except we do that..

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"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Data management. In the world called agra data. We released the agra data solution in in We were recognized as alberta e business of the year because we figured out how to manage a farm production data using thin architecture programming on adsl copper lines with you. Think back to that time. There wasn't any we didn't even build. Software was called netware because we're in the cloud before there was the word in the cloud. We were that far ahead of the game. But the the advisory services that i had built mike were were layers of people. So we had coaches to agra coaches working on the ground with farmers and the agricultural were cross-referenced by quality control agriculture that verified the recommendations and then everybody was supported by senior agriculture's which was into interdisciplinary specialists so we had built layers and layers of people to support the question from farmer through an agricultural doodoo a senior coach quality control through quality control coach on and it was heavily humanistic. And of course you know that was. That was nineteen ninety-seven thinking. So when i got around to two thousand fifteen and by two thousand eighteen i was thinking about adviser pro and i was thinking about you know. Is there a way to shrink. Time and space. Is there a way to put an expert in the field in the shop in the greenhouse or in the barn without the expert being on the farm it's star trek transporter the way zero way for us to do this and it was really his comment. That kind of ticked me off a little bit. And i go okay. I okay and then. Peter demand us ecorse with abundance and i was at the very first Abundance event held at singularity university with peter dimond us and and ray kurzweil dan sullivan from strategic coach had organized that fifty two of us two days and it was peter one hour one hour. Peter when our ray when our okay now i remember in today's i took eighty three pages of notes that that was the that was the that was the brain that was a.

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"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Here with you. Mike exciting to be to be on your show and excited to be talking to your listeners. About all the things that you want to lead me into. Y'all i well i'm excited too because i i. I became aware of you at abundance three sixty this year when you had a little bit of time to address everybody in for those who don't know abundance. Three sixty is a a group. That peter demand put together It's it so it's it's just a really cool group of entrepreneurs and other i guess really deep thinkers that goes into space and robotics and ai and the future and health and longevity and just all of these things once a year. There's this big conference and we just like three days or whatever of just complete immersion into all this stuff flowing at you and one of the things flowing at me and all of us was was rob and what got me really interested. Not only what he was talking about in terms of future and stuff which will get into but Robbers is you an agricultural specialist. Who somehow ended up spending six hours with bill gates. So i ask everybody the same question to get started rob which is how it happened. But i hardly ever tee it up like that. So let's go well. My background you know started up just on a small mixed farm in northeastern alberta canada. And you know if you sat me down at the age of sixteen and said you know this is gonna be your life. You're gonna travel around the world you're gonna you know you're going to develop a whole bunch of companies. You're gonna develop a lot of technologies. You're going to have an impact across the country if not across north america and internationally. And you're gonna end up hanging out with guys. Like peter dimond us and you're gonna end up spending some time with the one of the richest guys on the planet. I would have said bullshit. It's not gonna happen but but but it it did happen and you know how it happened was an interesting journey because you know me. Being involved. Deeply agriculture working directly with farmers. My background is plant physiology soil chemistry and crop nutrition. But i've always been involved in attack. And i have a lot of background in knowledge of the whole area of genetic engineering and I had you know i. I've been a supporter of gmo and gene. Editing and so I've written lots of articles on it and In two thousand fourteen. I did a ted ex talk Will agriculture be allowed to feed nine billion people and it's a real poignant question because you know tools are being taken away all the time without knowledge of what the ramifications are so. I did this ted talk. And it's been seen one hundred and over one hundred sixty thousand times now. We'll agriculture be allowed to feed nine billion people. About that time. I wrote my first book The agriculture manifesto ten key drivers will shape agriculture in the next decade and then In two thousand nineteen. I wrote the second book food five point. Oh we'll talk about that. How we feed the future but the tax talk was was really..

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"peter demand" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"Hi it's so. Do you think the future is getting better or worse are feeling optimistic or pessimistic about what's happening around the world technology nationalism etc. Well my guest. Today is an avid optimist. She is a futurist. Her name is christina and we just found out that we are related through marriage. Isn't that hilarious. And we had no idea about this before we started the conversation which is amazing. Christina is the founder of utopia x globo. Which is a communications and innovation company. She is the author of several books and she is also the co see o of singularity university here in australia and its singularity university has been on a meteoric rise in the last few years and their chapters around australia s you that's probably easier said than singularity university. S u is all about the intersection of humanity and converging technologies and she speaks with such passion and enthusiasm about the topic. And what's possible for us as humans in this interview we dive into. What can we do as humans to expand our perspective. Our theme for this quarter is vertical development. And that's all about having a more inclusive ever-expanding sense of who we are and who are circle of concern is as well as being able to take multiple perspectives. Those are some of the key hallmarks for vertical development so we explored the nitty gritty of all of that. So be prepared to be a inspired to be enthused and to have your mind expanded as we go through this fabulous conversation. Let's do it christina. Directories which i am so excited by your last name. It's such a beautiful rhythmic name. Welcome to the show thank you thanks for having me and i must admit i'm very fond as well. That's a good start. And just before we hit record. We worked out that you know my brother-in-law and sister-in-law because he lived in the same district up mary in newcastle. So i love that. Little personal connection across the planet absolutely. We say there's any one degree of separation with anybody in any anything you know you'll your acquaintances so fancy discovering that you'll brother-in-law journal. My husband's first cousins. Are they smoke. That makes us related. I think i think so well. I'm interested in stories. And i'm really curious about how you came to be the co-ceo singularity university because i'm a huge fan of peter demand us in the work that he's doing singularity university serve at the advanced face of expanding humanity's potential so. How did you end up doing what you're doing. Now is a wonderful story somme so i have been involved in innovation for quite some time before became trendy in native to have an innovation department where we were getting actually a little bit headbutted because nobody quite understood what innovation wasn't very privileged to be able to go to conferences globally in. I had met. Ed heard a lot of the issue speakers at the front end of innovation conference in boston For example and i ended up being a few qualities. Go now if i wanted to look. After petty mondays he came to a strategy speak the credit innovation conference in mobile and i politely declined thinking that sony what i know crazy. Isn't it politely declined..

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"peter demand" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Healthcare360

"With the sugars. It's crazy to me. Most important question of the day you get to leave the audience with whatever you like to my coach like to say i would like to say take radical responsibility of your own health. Don't rely on others to do that for you. If you have your health you have more options in life. You have more energy for your loved ones in. Don't put health number two right. Put health as number one and figure out the things that you need as an individual. What kind of sleep do you need. What kind of food do you need. What kind of exercise do you need. What kind of supplements do you need. What kind of mindset do you need. What fuels your soul and really focus on the mind body and soul. Because if you can do that you will be available more present for your loved ones and you'll be a higher producing individual for work but do not put work. I put your health. Is your number one value. The other values will come in a place. Other things that are important will fall in the place. So that's my ending sort of message. Nail great question by question. What comes up for me. Not copping saying we know each other really well. So saying in the wealth management business for a say close to fifty years between the two. I know we. We look like we're like you know in our mid thirties especially saying more so saying for a long time it was about wealth is being able to do what you want when you want them. We were advised based financial planning so we talked a lot about values. The normal people was never about money always about family or having a contribution or some in what i didn't realize until you've got three four years ago is something tony robbins by apologize. Say tony robbins a lot. But he said Said your wealth is your health. I didn't understand it at first until a little while later announced. Like if you don't have your health we've met a lot of extremely rich people her miserable if your money specifically money just makes you more of what you are. So if you're a good person in your you want help tribute in your family person and so and so forth you went up. Have an impact on the world and your money just makes you more of person. Now if you're swearing this podcast if you're an asshole than money's gonna make you a bigger right. That's we've seen that we've seen with very wealthy people who just kinda nice people Wealthy people who are just like you would never know there were whatever five hundred million dollars or whatever the number is yes so that is know for me. That's the that is so integral what you do. And i've seen it. With my mom. Being on opioids for twelve years now and she just got diagnosed with dementia. Someday she calls me. She thinks my dad's kidnapping burn stuff like that. It is so important to a cognizant of that to do what works for you get educated and align yourself with people who were aligned with you so for example yourself. You're really curious guys. You wanna make a difference right in your area where we wanna make a disruption or we wanna make a shift from a sick base model of health care to a health based model Your health is your wealth. And if you don't have that you don't have anything but there's always a way you know. I grew up thinking. Never get off asthma medication. But there's always some way to get healthier even if it's the darkest days in you don't think you can get healthy gotten some disease or you can always always away and there's so much more information technology has just mad top. Peter demand us on. What's coming down. The on his his goal was to stay alive for the next five years he's on the exponential increase. In technology is going to be able to help. You are going to be amazing. So that's what i will end it. That's great stuff guys. One thing the more. There's a road walking down. I wanted diverted from that last comment and the reason why is this. The technology is great in balance. If we're not doing the inner work. I and you're relying on the external world of external technology. That's how we got where we are. I agree. I love this club to play. I'm naturally curious and this is gonna be great only secondary to once you have come back to your personal power inside because at the end of the day if you're relying external external external it's no different than anything else. Have republican take a pill have problem. Take a pail have a problem. Take a pill. You just change in the words that i've come to the mental discipline and conclusions for the most part that we can't go there unless we've gone inside i in really nail that down. That's the trap that a lot of people fall into is oh wall. Try this and i'll try that. And i'll try this all of a sudden that has changed in the word up again. And that's what my messages and mike. Okay it's not bad it could be really beneficial but have you done x. Well i so. I'm excited for that as well to see what it can do. How could help in to play around and biohacking hopefully have another reaction guys. Can't think enough. This has been wonderful. Thank you for having us. You welcome best and brightest thing. Being here i will leave all the information in the podcast note. We'll see the next month. Take care boom amazing and fun and funny years. Joe rogan of healthcare. Shame in my head. I am going mile. Remember to visit rule health at roy. Healthshare dot org. I look forward to your feedback. And i thank singing kneel for joining me in this conversation if you haven't already joined the facebook community the best and brightest of healthcare three sixty. What are you waiting for. This is where. I reveal everything that matters so join today from all of us would healthcare three sixty. We thank you for your continued support. We'll see if episode ninety seven. See you there..

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"peter demand" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

21:38 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Healthcare360

"Neon and i are bile hackers so we take lots of supplements. We use lecture asuka. Lls we do meditation and we do a whole bunch of stuff so we wanna make sure. Our members have access to all the things that we love today in. Give them what they need as well as what they want. Because i know if you look at like amazon started as a book reseller Another companies in. That's the one thing like a startup if you do too many things at the beginning it's very hard to be. Success walks. her Won't be focused on the core things to help. What's the quickest way. We can have that impact right in. Once we get scale. We can add out on our product areas. And i think came back to sandwich talk about part of listening to the members is also having them engaged. Have you on a podcast talking about something that is available for the I mean as far as i know from looking at the different being on lob insurance website is. I've never seen anything where there's like some sort of community for give you guys a recommendation for something. I definitely really not to foil. Good frank clay thomas of the rupe rants. They have weekly zoom calls now. They're over in sixty countries in what they do is they're bringing on actual customers clients and doctors in they're talking about testimonials what has been working in. What hasn't been working what they're noticing and they really creating a really dynamic community around that and it's not just limited to them. There was two or three other companies that are doing the same thing and there are setting out these virtual invites do they have to zoom virtual invite and they're openly talking about what works. What doesn't work. I think it would be a great platform for you guys. I was originally going to say. Hey neil saying go start a podcast and bring on members who have particular stories that have drawn interest. But i would say why. Wait to a weekly podcast. Make it real not to throw it out there on a virtual meeting. Let people be bystanders. Watch almost like a clubhouse where you invite someone to the stage. They tell their story. I think that'd be a great idea. A great little formatted really strong way building a good sense of community. We love that idea. Neilan enables users of newcomb right. It is a neural science to the nth degree brings her brainwaves. Some beta two. They made up very quickly. So it gets you in debt meditative state and and that's what they did. They did a beta version. I mean they've been around a while but they did weekly zoom for a group of people and a lot of education around it i was highly effective zelimkhan and you see a l. m. in both neil and i use that very regularly and we'd love amazing products we will have amazing products that are connected to rollo's ecosystem because these are products that we use and we vetted lie. Give our members access to all these wonderful products and services for sure absolutely and that was my point earlier when we're talking about again if someone's doing their own due-diligence and they've gotten tired of the system that we've been basically spoon fed. The food didn't taste good and we're doing our own cooking. Were grown our own food in the purifying their own water. They're moving in getting sunlight and the doing all the necessary things and all they need is traumatic coverage. Yeah that's a great option. But if they need a little bit more. There's other options for the. I know you broken down into three. I know you clarified that. Well but again just to kind of break that down a little bit to go through their. That's i'm going to give you guys escape questions. We go educated guys loved the bio hack. You both look great intel. Really enjoy this. How do you keep yourself educated. What do you listen to podcasts. What books are you reading. Or does what conversations that you have and what people on the street stop right. So let's go for. See if i can figure out what. Hey i love. Joe rogan talks to interesting people from all walks of life were connected today. Vast frei in michael fishman's consumer health summit. Dr mark hyman a functional medicine doctor in great promoter of what we believe in as well we believe in finding the root problem instead of just putting band aid solutions over it and greenfield. Those are just some of the things that were listening to and and following nail. But here's one. I recommend everybody is course. We'd be matt at the michael. Fisherman's consumer house summit in jim. Quick right with them all. He's he's amazing. He has a new book. I took his speeding. Course triple quadruple. Might my reading speed and by comprehension if you can save out yeah limitless. So is that based on photo reading in a way. You're talk when you're younger that you say the words right. You actually literally say them when you hit a little bit you say in your head right right and you can only read up to. I think it's two hundred twenty five words per minute vocalizing so the first thing is to start using your finger because it it's also a change is to the way that he can go down. So that's the major part of that. Any other exercises that will like you going on on the margins inch you'll pick up on your peripheral vision you can increase your speed by fifty percent. Just doing a couple things to do. And then he goes through some exercises in the exercise. Really fortunate you to read so quick you can actually see a yorkshire routine more than you you know so i said jim creek also mind. We met bank greenfield. He's crazy he was like his. I chuckled when you're talking about you created allergic reaction when you're biohacking 'cause he is a little crazy. I know turn robbins personal trainer. Billy back so i talked to him. He's got a very interesting perspective. He's kinda practical by a hacker other with tony. Still listen to tony robbins. He's got some great great guests especially when not kovic was happening yet. Some amazing guests on hanging me a perspective right. I mean i've watched peter adeane. He's really is a functional medicine. Guy has Makola davis phase. Every son has stuff one thing. I've shifted towards. You've probably heard a dr joe dispenser. Oh yeah. I read this book. And i'm were his. Meditations are amazing. Probably eventually supernatural. Yeah we have a law in that community in may have a lot of people who see him at hurt. Just amazing things about him. Yeah he was really big on breaking out of beta in data so when you brought up that newcomb which allows asking. Because there's a lot of new science and development there were people so attracted to tony robbins excited. He's incredible manny's to so much good for the world is that he's understood the language of neuro linguistic programming. I've studied john. Overdraft of nlp. It's fascinating i love it. I love the double now hugging not pay attention that because an unbelievable amazing what about the two bits of seven floppy discs computer that us back in the nineteen eighties and people are white when you put him in the void when you put them behind there is where nothing exists. Which is the universe then. All of a sudden they like. Whoa so when you're talking about data and data that's exactly where you go. That's where people are going. When i go these mental explorations and it's wonderful stuff you. What's what i found. Rather interesting with dr joe dispenser was he does a lot on pinella glenn activation. Yes but i'm really interested to find out how he is. Decalcified that bugger. Because most people don't know that fluoride the neuro toxin that's in our drinking water combined with chlorine hardens puppy up and there's no way of reactivating that because can absorb it in use the secretions than it's basically just an object. It's unused as a computer. That's not turned on for the most part so i'm really interested in on what he does there. That's assuming and i have to assume at the moment that people are drinking tap water or they have some kind of neuro toxin. that's prohibited from working as designed. I hear like a we do. Another supplementation like stop. What does your water look like. It's the flea. The flow of energy in your system and all food does is nourish the natural bacilli bacteria virus get needs to live in your body because you need virus living your body to hold off the external virus a bacteria. Because that's all we are first question's kind of water you drink. And what does that look like because if you look at to still versus don distilled all. It isn't electron move from one molecule to another. You're focusing on the water. Then you're away much better off in everyone else. When do the water might just as interesting guy. He's felt water but it's true. I'm sure it's not great here. Let's we have an affiliate. This is a negatively charged watercress dill so like attracts. Like so we bring these everywhere. So i'll get this glass jar because we don't know what the vacuum sealed of. And i just choose not to use plastic because although they say there's no bpa. I don't know what some exposure does too that just don't know so i'm coming to the point. Where if i don't know that's fine eventually. Learn what can i do replace of okay so by a glass jar instead. I know glass only is not good if you break it. One and then negatively ion structured coherent water like attracts. Like if this is spring water here and into the have plowed into it if you add a negative ion charge than this water now becomes coherent structured water so you still use a filter water. Ninety put the negative ion. That's right yup. Yes this taken the extra step to do that. I physically can feel the difference. Yeah yeah. I mean it's amazing. How many things like that. I mean i learn something new every day on that kind of stuff. Yeah the other guy who's really interesting zone. Thank me on jason cal. we're in the startup world. These really interesting guy. 'cause he's been involved with many many startups a really cool perspective because he knows elam asking all these other Famous people so he's got some very very good perspectives on that. But it's not just about starbucks about you know how people have an impact on the world. Right yeah. I would love to hear some of these. People's perspectives on this static meat market. We had to sean baker. He was on joe rogan as well to date. I haven't seen in other podcast out there about a specific market and we absolutely destroyed. What was going on. I mean i did a lot of homer for that discussion. Honestly if i was in the perspectives of coming into rolla you asked me or you had the question do you. E- synthetic meat. I absolutely would not take them on. That's the worries a synthetic sky like just reminds avian plastic. Listen to this look at this string of words together so you're gonna have bio synthetic three d. printed synthetic meat while okay and i mentioned this before and i'll say it again. You wanna talk about economic racism. They're going to dispatch. Bring that food source to the lowest economic group. In for all those who are eating kentucky fried chicken and like restaurants that are out there. Doing that and kentucky fried chicken's it'd be the first widely available disbursement of that type of food out of the supermarkets and i know in texas. They just released a law that says that they have to identify if it's real or fake meat or plant meat. But here's thing if you look at the interventional procedures okay. This is crazy. The hospitals as far as like the revenue source. The it's going through the roof. Ep's electrophysiology interventional where they're going in there and the scrubbing now that binding agent from calcium everything the elsa in the rancid oils which one which the omega six causes pre diabetic or type two diabetes one or the other scores says in your vessels. That's the binding agent for all this natural again plan stuff in synthetic meet just saying so. It's really really just beyond you. Gotta be kidding. Me doesn't absolutely no way. We're from canada. Put a big dispute with china over canola oil right word known he can canola oil i think ben greenfield calls a liquid Oh yeah absolutely but you brought up a really interesting point 'cause Why they doctors yes. She lives close to me. His father had got ill he was in the hospital and he was he was telling us the one of the things that was really disturbing to him as the food Giving him in the hospital was all like harms sugar. There's some apple juice series of sandwich with white breads and process that turkey or ham and all that other stuff he started bringing in food for his father. Because i think like immune function issue imagine if they had a reverse osmosis machine on every intensive care unit floor versus the sugars in the cranberry juice. And everything else now. Yes we understand that you need to get the carbohydrates in your system but that waters in a help clean you out versus just magnify amplifying with the sugars. It's it's crazy to me. Most important question of the day reading the audience with whatever you like to leave him. Would you like to say. I would like to say take radical responsibility of your own health. Don't rely on others to do that for you. If you have your health more options in life you have more energy for your loved ones and don't put health number. Two right put health as number one and figure out the things that you need as an individual. What kind of sleep dini. What kind of food do you need. What kind of exercise do you need. What kind of supplements do you need. What kind of mindset do you need. What fuels your soul and really focus on the mind body and soul. Because if you can do that you will be available more present for your loved ones and you'll be a higher producing individual for work but do not put work. I put your health. Is your number one value. The other values will come in a place. Other things that are important will fall into place. So that's my ending sort of message. Snail great question by question comes up for me not copying saying we know each other really well so saying that we're in the wealth management business for a say close to fifty years between the two of them. We look like we're like you know in our mid thirties especially saying more so saying for a long time it was about wealth is being able to do what you want when you want them. We were advised based financial planning so was like we talked a lot about by the normal advice for people was never about money it was always about family or having contribution or some in what i didn't realize until probably three or four years ago. Something tony robbins by apologize. Say tony robbins a lot. But he's a big mac said. Your wealth is health. I didn't understand it. I until a little while later announced. Like if you don't have your health we've met a lot of extremely rich. People are miserable if your money specifically money just makes you more of what you are so if you're a good person in your you want to help tribute in your family person and so and so forth you went up. Have an impact on the world and your money just makes him more not person. Now if you're i don't know if you swear on this podcast if you're an asshole than money's gonna make you a bigger hassle right. We've seen that. We've seen with very wealthy people who just kinda nice people. We've also met wealthy people who are just like you would never know there worth whatever five hundred million dollars or whatever the number is so that is you know for me. That's the that is so integral at what you do. And i've seen it with. My mom has been on opioids for twelve years now and she just got diagnosed with dementia. Someday she calls me. She thinks my dad's kidnapping burns stuff like that. It is so important to be cognizant of that to do what works for you and get educated analyzing south with people who were aligned with you so for example yourself. You're really curious guys. You wanna make a difference right in the area were we wanna make a disruption or we want to make a shift from a base model of healthcare to a health based model. Your health is your wealth. If you don't have that you don't have anything in this but there's always a way. I grew up thinking of asthma medication. But there's always some way to get healthier even. If it's the darker stays in you don't think you can get healthy garden some disease or you can always always away and there's so much more information technology is just mad top. Peter demand us on. What's coming down. The his his goal was to stay alive for the next five years. 'cause he's gone. The exponential increase in technologies are going to be to help. You are going to be amazing. So that's what i will end it with. That's great sub guys. Do one thing the more. There's a road and i'm walking down. I wanted heard a little bit from that last comment and the reason why is this. The technology is great imbalance. If we're not doing the inner work first and you're relying on the external world of extra technology. That's how we got where we are. I agree. I love this club to play it. I'm just naturally curious. And i'm like okay. This is going to be great only secondary to once you have come back to your personal power inside his identity day if you're relying external extra external it's no different than anything else. Have republican take uphill have a problem take a pill have problem tail. Just changing the words. That's i've come to the mental discipline and conclusions for most part that we can't go there unless we've gone inside i in really nail that down. That's the trap that a lot of people fall into is. Oh well try. This and i'll try that. I'll try this then. All of a sudden that has changed the word up again. And that's what my message is mike. Okay it's not bad it could be really beneficial but have you done acts. Well i so. I'm excited for that as well to see what it can do. How could help you to play around biohacking. Hopefully we'll have another reaction guys. I can't thank you enough. This has been wonderful. Thank you for having us. You welcome best and brightest. Think could be in here. I will leave. All the information in the podcast nodes won't see for the next month. Take care boom amazing and fun and funny. Here's joe rogan healthcare. Shame in my head. I am too. I'm going remember visit. Ruler health at healthshare dot. Org i look forward to your feedback and thanks for joining me in this conversation. If you haven't already joined the facebook community the best and brightest healthcare three sixty. What are you waiting for. This is where. I reveal everything that matters so join today from all of us would healthcare three sixty. We thank you for your continued support. We'll see episode ninety seven c there..

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"peter demand" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Action segment. Today's topic five reasons to be bullish on dentistry. This is not any co-host getting fans of pd amandus and many of you probably read his books. He writes some amazing books bestselling books. And he's a contrarian. He's a trainer. Dr peter de amandus is a train is dr. But he's one of those people who has become a serial entrepreneur has done tons of things. We all know him for the price. That's the price that i guess. Got the space industry started. Because i think he was one of the first people to say. Hey if you do this. I'll give you ten million bucks. Of course. it was not his money but he got some people to fund it but now he has gone on to do so many experiences and recently launched express with elon. Musk hundred million dollar express about a cleaning up. The environment like sucking kaban second carbon out of the environment anybody's enough about pd so One of the things that have been working on our thinking about is some of the clients that gary works with. I would say the majority of them having the best year. The best month in spite of kobe in spite of all the other stuff that's happening and orderly having their best montebello but also they're having the time of their lives in like enjoying dentistry. They're not killing themselves working in sixty hour as they are kind of delegating. They're growing their team. They're growing their capabilities. They are even taking c. e. And you know going off and doing some of those things that they always wanted to do. So we we noticed. There are those who think the world can't be any better. We are like in the best of times and then also notice. There are people who think perhaps things are getting worse. You know it's one of the s the soil mine so getting wanted to share some of some of the things that he's noticing noticing working with these amazing dentist and of course all the influence that he has from. He's getting from people like peter demanded..

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"peter demand" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"But if i set my goal at one hundred and twenty well my physiology in my brain just to end my way make decisions in and move around the world. Have me lift to that age. And i am at one hundred fifty also. And i think everything's pointing through peter demand set the singularity university. And that type of thing. If we can live twenty years longer we can almost live forever. So technology's changing fast. It is it. Is i think mostly in terms of performance or health span a chatting with a friend of mine. Name peter tia. He's an md. He's been on the podcast on number of times and he describes something called the centenarian olympics. If you lifted one hundred what do you want to be able to do at one hundred and is it sort of goblet squat picking up grand kids or grandkids if so where do you need to be now to look at the incremental loss of muscle mass. Can you do to hedge that. So that when you are at one hundred you're able to do of the heptathlon decathlon of centenarians. I do spend some time thinking about that. So forty three check. I'm also hopefully not getting glasses this year. We'll see if i if i need to. I will so alaska's sounds like is that one of your top three of your top ten or one of your top ten decisions shirts definitely in my top. Ten to be able to go to drop. Everything goes somewhere where i didn't know anything about being seventeen years old. That's a big decision is more like connected to the words suicide. It's one or the other where i'd say it's more like a choice. I had many choices. I could've just quit university. Gone travelling university gone and worked in the city insecure. A lot of what other people did. I think it looked weird to me. I felt like with what people had told me about the money there. But i didn't really believe it. That like a trade. My life in for money for a short period of time. And then i could leapfrog my life forward which in fact it end up doing and change my context for the world. You know because it's very easy to kind of get into a rut seventeen down. What was your in. Maybe this isn't the best way to look at it but chronologically so let's just say we time stamp. Alaska is a great decision. What was your next great choice.

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"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Aren't educating people for the types of jobs that are out there. The changes happening now with currency fluidity cryptocurrency and crowdfunding and much more. But my whole message to them as this is kind of like the reinvention of the internet. It's just the spatial web. The internet coming out of your computer and coming into a virtual world or the internet jumping out into the physical world so when you look at real physical objects you see digital overlays on those objects and that's this neck jesuit generation of the internet. It's happening now. We've been talking about it for years. But it really is coming for chanel and because apple and facebook and google doubling down. And you're going to have a pair of glasses within a year that you can wear that will show you the web on your physical world. The light bulbs popping all these adults in business in their back. I need to use us and in. Kobe just mandated. It's not only. Do i need that. Could use us but actually happy. Because i can't be in person with people so we have to be remote. So how can i be remote but not have zoom fatigue and actually being virtuality room where mike you and i are seeing each other. Were walk around each other as if we're in the real room each other that technology now exists and it's cheap it's almost free and now here's marcus shingles everybody. Welcome back to the show and marcus for joining me today. Yes my pleasure to be here. So marcus and i were acquainted. Got acquainted at this year's abundance three sixty event which was all virtual but it was kind of cool let it was virtual be because even though you didn't get the were you all know what it's like to do something in person versus over zoom or whatever it's kinda not the same but there are advantages in one of the advantages. Are you get to communicate with a lot of people through the platform Resume platform that. You wouldn't ordinarily be able to do so So i took advantage of that reshot to markets because he was explaining and actually showing us a demonstration of this technology called spatial web. Which we'll talk about later which was unbelievably cool. And i was like okay so i got connect this guy and we did and then fortunately he was willing to do the podcast today. So marcus i start every one of my podcasts. With the same simple question how did happen for you in one one ad note to that summit was we had we had three hundred oculus quest that we sent out to everybody so we did it in virtual reality so that was super super cool. Yeah i've been. I've i'd never used a an oculus before but i've been using it ever since i got that for the supernatural at that we think so awesome and the the thing that was interesting about that was a year ago. I wouldn't even proposed to peter demand us that we do with all the members of eight hundred sixty three hundred person virtual reality session right. It would cost too much. The software wasn't very good. Headwear makes you sick all these problems. But there's been this inflection point really in the last few months where really accelerated by cova. Quite frankly where you know. These headsets at costs thousands of thousands of dollars are now a few hundred bucks..

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"peter demand" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"The recent arrival assist that. He's the real. Peter parker and he demands that the other tell him where his wife is hearing. This other man call himself. Peter parker prompts the peter in the spider man costume to attack the person. He claims his an impostor however before they can come to blows the scarlet spider. Gets between the two. And convinces them to stand down as fighting. Won't help them find mary. Jane totally confused the scarlet spider. At least those that he is not peter. Parker stay tuned. that's new. That's when the new rival says he broke out of prison. After judas traveller tournaments wife was captured by chain turning to the parker in the spiderman caution the scarlet spider demands to know what happened. distracting chat. Hey he is the new name for the clone saga a the parker garage. Okay yes skirts. Better demands to know what happened. This doesn't know anything because he was hit from behind promises to save mary jane and passes out. It's still suffering from the blow to the head after seeing this. Peter parker ben checks on the other. This peter has pulled out the remains of his black costume and begins gearing up to go hunting for his wife when ben asks what they should do the other. Peter parker ben tells peter tells ben cleanse his area of expertise and leaves out the skylight when the scarlet spider goes to check on the other parker finds that he has left the house as well. Meanwhile i was gonna say. This is pretty spacious sewer. Meanwhile in a cave manhattan. Because that's really penguins. Later from batman returns. Nobody new. please if there's not much space underneath manhattan matt. You know they'd be like some somebody would be selling rent down there. They'd have an apart they'd have be sown apartment spaces down there to develop his show. Yeah what's what's what's new york. Like eight million people or something i mean. Yeah or any walkup. Rock down quick access. The central park's skylight window opaque coupla great. great plumbing. exactly. The windows are so yes in a cave below manhattan mary. Jane tries to get came to explain himself the her but he doesn't say anything fed up with the silent treatment and she decides the leave kane blocks her path and finally tells her what he wants he wants. He wants what her husband. Peter has and there's only one way of getting it will while above ground. Peter parker scours the city looking for his wife hoping that she will send some kind of sign the him he also wonders who came is and why he is so obsessed with his life. That's when the scarlet spider catches up and insists that he wants to help. Peter find his wife he also he also knows a lot about cain in that. Peter will need his help. When benn announced what. Peter asked peter what their next move is. Parker tells him that they need the wait for mary. Jane the signal them as she knows what to do as the to re restlessly. Wait for sign for mary jane. They are unaware that they are being observed by the other spider man. Down bulla against stalking down below mary. Jane continues to get kane tried to explain himself when she doesn't get any further answers from kane. She decides that she needs to act now however she fears what might happen for husband breaks out of prison. The rescue her suddenly came begins. Scream in pain as he gets another pre cognitive flash of someone murdering mary jane higher no. She feels that this moment is coming soon. He feels that this movement is coming soon and begins the fellow and rage fearing for her life mary. Jane decides she needs to call her husband anyway. She then activates a spider tracer. She has hidden her necklace the signing that she needs to in order to save herself and her baby at that moment all three spiderman are suddenly bombarded by powerful jolt from their spider senses. Peter tells the scarlet spider that he modified a spider tracers. Mary jane can use it the call him. In the event she is in trouble he then tells the scarlet spider that this is his life in order into bought out of it before swinging away. However peter isn't going alone as the other spiderman sides the follow after him convinced that he's the real peter parker and that he's reclaiming his life. Meanwhile mccabe mary. Jane decides to make a break for it again seeing that the woman is fleeing cain fall is after her while on the surface peter's about to go down into the sewers when he is stopped by the scarlet spider. Ben insists on going. I as he has fought came to four and he will keep him busy so peterson's focus on saving his white. They enter the sewers together. They're confronted by the other spider man who insists on finding cain and killing him for taking his wife he angrier at something of a red flag. React exactly yeah. He angrily strikes. A wall shattering the brickwork and revealing a tunnel into the cave below by this time mary. Jane has found the time and tries to run the freedom however kane catches up to her and grabs mary jane by the hair before he can harm. Hurricane is blinded by spider signal from the belt of the other spiderman. He demands that quesnel. Mary django causing kane the pause. That's when he. Mary jane get a good look and the three may A good look and the three that there are three spiderman in the tunnel with them. Fearing for mary. Jane safe the causes her. He fears for her safety tosses her aside as the three men battle kane mary. Jane wonders how this is possible on fears that all three per saviors might be clones. And she doesn't live kenya. As qena came incapacitates. The scarlet spider in the other spider. Man peter leeson strikes their foes hardest possible. Surprisingly came doesn't even bother dodging the punches. Hardly phased by it. This shots peter. Demand to new kane is however canes questions of zone as well with the manson though this is the real peter parker another clone before he can harm peter the scars the scarlet spider leaps and draws canes attention away from parker with their enemy distracted. Peter decides to take this opportunity to go looking for his wife by this time mary. Jane is trying to escape the sewers when she is stopped by the other spider man who tries to convince her that he is her husband oliver. Peter parker leaps in and knocks out the other spider man. Peter then convinces. Mary jane that he is really her husband by reminding her that she hates his black and white costume. This convinced mary. Jane then hugs her husband. Glad that he's here to rescue her. Hearing this the other spider man off his mask insisting that he's the real. Peter parker mary. Jane and her husband tried to flee the lean scene but they find cain blocking the other side of tunnel. All right everyone straight on a i have a chart and a half hour right. Okay okay. I think chad. Got the sewer thing. Illegal loft housing landlords with talk it up as an organ. Urban refuge of frick reclaimed land is actually a fetid penguin. Much spicy goes down. They might go it one thing one of the main things. I think that struck me was a loved. Have as face bottom line at costumes to say you can follow. Who's who got the black squadron costume with the real data pokka pocket from prison out ben. Raleigh of and end. Hey this is where it all comes on rebels. The third pocket in the classic spot Talking about killing everyone just gone Outmuscled at this is. This does kind of racial naps. Like okay. I know who the play is on now And it's actually framed at the way the real pit of pocket. Mary giant ask flanked by by kind and they saw spider spiderman at the end. I loved mary. Jane sewer full peter. Parker et magog energies. I didn't even know about kind. 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"peter demand" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"That's how we actually met. I've worked with coaches throughout my career Judy Michael Dell. Selling author authors been working as an advisor to light guys in working with me personally as a coach and so that's how you our crews connect. Well and I strongly recommend long as we're talking about coaches folks. If you don't have a coach, you need a coach I have coaches everyone I know who's successful has coaches. And I don't know about you. But in the beginning when I first started having coaches, I was a little ashamed. Now I know that sounds crazy because I had made my first money. Without having any coaches or mentors and I'm going Oh, well, I shouldn't need coaches and then I realized that this whole idea that I was gonna come up with all the ideas and that I was GonNa, actually get past my blind spots that I didn't even know where they were was crazy. and that you're everybody. If you have a good coach there, it's an investment that you ought to and I'll do a little advertisement for what you should be looking for is that if you're going to a coach, be sure that you ask them what kind of return on your investment because for every dollar you put in, you should be getting multiple dollars back. That's why you're hiring that coach. Well. This is a new question and see a genuine says thing on that point I think it also goes back to our challenge, right? We're not the challenge idea and it's also a micro level. What we're doing if life guts is we're getting access to greater levels of coaching to more people at a price point that they can. They can work on this. And you can learn more about life guides at life guides, dot com. This is a new question were in season seven. What is your purpose in life? Eric and how did it influence Your Business? Vision. So my unable, I believe your purpose in life of balls. But what I've come to conclusion right now is that my purpose to help others be the happiest healthiest most successful version of themselves and to build organizations and build relationships that move greater numbers of people in organizations along that continue. And how did that specifically? Come to be phrased or written in terms of your vision at life guides. So we're built, the mission of light guides is to to build a platform preparing people to do extraordinary good and in doing. So to help billion people be their happiest healthiest milk productive in the context of their light at work and at home. I love that. What is a book? You'd like to recommend that would help any entrepreneur listening today grow as a person grow their business There's so many but the book I almost always recommend mass discretion is abundance by Peter Demand Listen, Steven Kotler It is a book that has changed how I look at technology look at human potential how I look at entrepreneurship. And for me, personally, it changes a lot of people's perspectives on what's possible in in the. Potentialities practical of what exists in the world I really. Yeah it's a good. It's a great book. I have it and and Peter Certainly. One of the. I call enlightened geniuses of our time I. think that would be a fair way to look at him. You know if someone's wanting to reach out to you what would be the number one way for them to get in.

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"peter demand" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"peter demand" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"Dot dot dot for entrepreneurs that's the easy way to sort of figure out how the heck do you make those things work right so we're talking to someone who's an expert actually there in our our? Our Brian Kurtz mastermind an expert on relationships and couples. Well is expensive. We all know that right either personally or secondhand by divorce for entrepreneurs is crazy expensive. Because it's not just the dividend dividing up the assets. It's the loss of your soul and passion and fire in my case for six whole months and we were growing a company like this at the time the minimum cost me was five million in sales and at least a half million in my pocket so far more expensive the lost momentum right so better relationships yeah better even even was a friendlier exit for my brain because as entrepreneurs we always blame ourselves right. Let's face it. It's our fault this happened. It's our fault as Abbot. So you know it was my fault. We getting into verse. That's how am I brain. Took it and then I beat up at myself for six months. I don't even know I was beating myself. They all been through all this training. All these systems and I didn't know it until later in the fog lifted and I went holy cow. What happened to me and then all of a sudden okay. So those five right you with me on that so far game with you. So far item. Bring order from chaos. This is the big one. Our job is authority. Entrepreneurs is to bring order from chaos so for us that means five stages finished lines in prizes for each stage. So it's absolutely easy to follow every step of the way. Okay so why five. Why five stages why not twenty five or whatever else right because what we found from testing is that more than five too complicated and less than five. There's not enough meat there for high ticket. Not of meet their five is the perfect number. There's also some NLP or a nurse social conditioning behind that number and a few other things but not for the listeners. Tuning in start with five. Now I'm not saying cut stuff out like there are twelve steps to your method. It might be that step. Four is do these six things like. I'm not saying cut stuff out the opposite. I'm saying Organiz it right us. Posted notes or my mapping software drag things around until they're in five buckets and part of what they're paying you for is to bring order from chaos in fact it's really what they're paying you for right in that air in that area that also means by the way you don't have to be the expert. Tom. You can study the top twenty experts in the field today. Easier than ever right by their books. Watch their webinars masterclasses. You take the top twenty experts in any field right. That's why I love these summits online summits. You can become an expert in direct marketing and one day you become an expert on any topic in one day or one week if you really focus in less than an and so you don't even have to be the authority expert you can be. We call reporter expert. Were you studying? These things out with your job is to bring order from all that chaos make sense. Yeah that makes total sense any questions on that one. No no no questions. I know I mean that's exactly how I started my online business right. I wasn't technically an expert but I was just far enough ahead of the people that had never gotten any clients. I've never done anything that I was able to start sharing what I was doing. And and and looking around at what was going on and distilling not information and bring them back to them and people love that totally. Because we're sick. I mean order from chaos. What are you saving time and money time and money? Those are the two commodities that matter. Most to most of us right we can get we can learn faster. I did a masterclass years ago. You'LL LAUGH. It was called Smart People Learn from their stakes geniuses. Learn from others. That's great right so I mean I made millions so you can learn from my mistakes or you can make them on your own and learn on your own because you're going to learn them like the reality is these laws you're gonNA have to learn. You have to learn the trip wires in starting small ladder. Percents you don't work you're GONNA learn that you whether you learn from my advice today or you go beat your head against the law for the next three years and then surrender and then change path or give up and get a job and then you watch other people do it. You're going to learn that it's just a fact of economic reality. The third thing step in our approach is doing good and making money at the same time. I believe entrepreneurs are the greatest force for good in business. I don't think it's government. That's going to save us from this crazy virus stuff going on. I don't think it's the NGOs or the U. N. I think it's going to be entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are going to save us from the craziness going on now like they always have not all entrepreneurs of course not some entrepreneurs are able just like some of doctors are evil. Some pilots are evil and some film. People are able right but the vast majority of entrepreneurs no we get compensated by bringing value to the world. Right we get compensated a lot if we bring a lot of value to the world right. Peter Demand always says. You want to be a billionaire help. A billion people aren't are going to solve problems. Here's the thing if you do good and make money at the same time you get more people supporting you. You create what we call raving fans instead of happy clients raving fans are more loyal when you mess up. Lord knows I need that one. They willingly spend more with you. And a willingly refer unsolicited to you as a raving fan as well. Here's a little news flash fifty raving fans and you have a seven figure business. Fifty happy clients. You might survive but fifty raving fans you have a seven figure business if your business strategy behind it to take advantage of that so it's really important to good money make money at the same time and those of us that are dolphins. Just we love that. Because that's the way like the play but if you're a shark and you hear this just try pretending to be a dolphin. Just try. Have Fun but be like toms shoes. Right giveaway pair when you buy a pair right just as a marketing strategy even fake it and you'll find guess while your customers will love you a lot more and suddenly you'll become a convert. You'll be like you know what I like this making money and doing good at the same time because they flip it around. They always put the money part. I was EIBAR. So that's number. Three number four. Is You got a guarantee results? You got a guarantee results you should I if you're selling wisdom and and you're not guaranteeing results you should quit. Let me say that again. You're selling wisdom and knowledge and you're not guaranteeing results. You should quit if you're not if you're not proud enough about the work you're doing to guarantee results. Stop selling it. Would a restaurant serve lousy food? No because what happens the customer's going to send it back. There's no written guarantee on the wall if you don't like your food send it back and we'll refund your money. There's no guarantee in a wall. We don't tolerate bad food in a restaurant right. Why would we? We shouldn't SWAT PEOPLE GET ONLINE. And they started selling stuff and they forget their commonsense brain and they think they can sell crap and get away with it. Well those are real customers. Those are real people so if you don't have the belief in your staff to to guarantee Eh don't sell it. I'm not saying don't sell stuff I'm saying don't sell stuff. You don't believe there find something you can believe in hack in. Today's world become a referral partner for people. You can support if your stuff isn't worth supporting and I mean that genuinely right you see this all the time John Right. There are people who really should be an affiliate partner of someone else's program right. That's what they should be. And by the way I know affiliate parts that makes seven figures you probably due to. There are lots of affiliates that make six figures there are some really really high income people out there that are just selling other people's stuff but they believe in it they believe in any questions comments on the side. No I mean I think that's all good information. I hope people are taking notes because I mean this is all a cliff notes. Listen we're with Like Golden Nuggets. But yeah. I'm with you last element is make it scalable. If you're going to sell a program not a course because remember courses. People don't complete all right. Wendy Lipton Dinner. The Queen of impact has ninety three percent of her participants completed program. Ninety three percents. Tony Robbins has three percent. So guess who I study when it comes to completing and getting impact. I Study Wendy. Not Tony Topic right if I want. If I want to change my state I talk about Tony. I want to study in back. I'm talking of a Wendy Right. Because she is the queen she's got fourteen overlapping systems and four other supporting that that she teaches you. If you ever learned her method eighteen systems she gets ninety. Three percent completion. And here's the thing. She's not happy at ninety three percent. She wants more. But part of as you need to create a scalable program. Scalable programs have five elements and so far. These are the only five I've seen that truly fit the model scalable that Frank Brea shared with me earlier that I mentioned when I mentioned his book. The first is virtual training. We all know that one right record. The information put in the clouds. People can learn right. There's a bunch of people going right now. I can't keep up with this guy. Holy cow and either recording. How listener according stop and start? We'll guess what we all have different paces of learning. That's why the cloud is the best way to learn. If you're listening to this as a podcast you can pause. You can stop. You can rewind relation to live keeping out. So that's the first one virtual training second group..

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"peter demand" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"peter demand" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

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"peter demand" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Failure. I think you have to understand that life is about failure. And it's about what you do in that moment when you fail and there is not a single day. Et goes by the entrepreneur some kind of failure and it tests. What kind of character learn? How at Tesla my resiliency and so I believe it is a fundamental critical aspect that we as a society of walking away from people are scared to fail? People scared to address problems. People to in today's society would rather not deal with red. They'd rather put their phone up in front of their face in. Scroll the news feed and forget about life for a while and I'm telling you right now that if you want to succeed in life it's growth purpose failure well and I absolutely the agree on all of those. I wake up in the morning to grow extremely purpose driven. I want to impact people's lives in a very positive way. Get them clear about why they're here And then having them go out and make there impact but turn that impact into big money get get both sides of the equation failure painful. It is painful and the greatest things that I remember about my life so far. Were not my major trophies and they were like Oh my oh my God that was horrible and I had to figure out my way through it but I was a wholly different person so I completely agree with that. I am always curious when I interview on on this show. What is your daily ritual? Well I'm I'm on the road constantly and so my daily ritual is constantly changing. I do like to wake up early. My brain is on fire in the morning and so I typically use analytical time in the morning I work out I meditate And then I use I I do analytical work and then I use sort of afternoon for the times to answer emails phone calls And really try to re-engage gauge my brain and then I meditate in the afternoon. Do Transportation sought meditate twice a day and and then you know I spent time with my family and I tried. I put down my electronics and try to be present More than anything else. And I think we are in the world that doesn't have a lot of presence in I I was the worst offender of that for a long time. And I've you know what I love about the name of your as what I love about what you do. It's about consciousness and I think that that's a really important aspect of life I'm really driven Because because the one thing I haven't talked about but I have a rare incurable Safa jail disease and we talked about your health earlier and That that was we talk about failures. I didn't do anything about this rare incurable disease for years. I put my head and sand and it's funny. I didn't do anything about it. I had I have a very big disruption coming into my life which is that. I'll eventually have a feeding tube in the next few years the rest of my life. No one remove my esophagus and if I did and I saw this in the same sense I saw business. Owners that in this disruptive markets coming on they had their heads in the sand and and really it was the motivation nation for writing the book but in my own health Peter Demand has helped me take moonshot in my life and the Moonshot is to cure the disease. That's never been cured. And and the other side of this is. I've gotten my health in order to where I don't take any medications anymore and those medications have long term dementia facts and I've gotten off off all my medications based on my diet. My health like you did and on the on the the disease itself After taking a moonshot not that I would find a cure a year ago. I'm about to enter into a one man first time ever clinical trial. Will they'll insert stem cells into my sophist try to regenerate nerves muscles muscles and this is At Johns Hopkins. They've never been done this on animals and so the doctors are like we have no idea if this is a worker not act. Is that for much in my life. I was paralyzed. And there was a disruptive moment coming and I did nothing about it and really if you want to know when you ask about my rituals my rituals of driven by the fat that I have disruption coming and I'm going to do something about it and I'm very purpose driven to wake up every day and make the best of my day and up my life. Why really appreciate you sharing that because my heart attack completely changed my life and I told him in the hospital? I said I'm going to Hugh and three months later. I heald from what they told me. Couldn't heal so I want you to know that I believe and I put together a team of functional medicine doctors yet who are also dual trained. They're trained in traditional medicine. Because every once in a while you WanNa take some tests that they need to be able to authorize. But the thing I asked the the five people I put on my team after the heart attack which seems like what you're going through us. Do you believe I can heal. Because if you don't can't be on my eighteen you're right because the doctor said this is impossible for you to reverse all the damage it's reversed in three months. Because I brought together people so I want you to know that I believe you can heal and I believe that completely that anybody can heal from any disease. We may not know all the things are going to happen and for me I went to some spiritual places with all of this as well and said you know I not the one in control but I'm going to believe I can heal and I'm going to and and I and I believe that you can't as well will you know you've got an incredible book. Fire fire them now. We're going to have a link to that conscious millionaire. Business Dot Com. What's the book you'd like to recommend? You know there's a book I read a couple of years ago it it Kinda refers to your last question my my rituals. But it's Ned Halloween. It's called Driven to distraction and here I am a digital L. Marketer. But it's a book about how you get off your digital devices really what it does is it Reorganize my brain to understand when I most effective and how I needed to schedule my day in a way that makes me the most efficient effective and what I realized was doing work like answering emails and making phone calls in the morning when I'm the most analytical my brain is on fire it wants to think it wants to write it wants to be creative and I was trying to go into the afternoon afternoon. Do that in my my brain was just my time my schedule. Everything was mixed up in this book and it tells it through stories so it's really easy but it really helped me Organiz how my brain works allied to devise a schedule around that so that I can be very successful why I love that Mcginn. We're going to have a link to to both Phillips Book. Fire them now. And we'll have a link to driven to distraction. I WanNa thank you again for joining us today. Eh as I say this show is all for you and you showed up. I believe because you're ready to take another step forward to be a high performer. Make your impact packed..

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"peter demand" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"peter demand" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is the most Germans were just talking about one of them one of the first one that's really hard for a lot of people is to get precision vision and that is to start off with the end goal in mind when the fact of how to get there are not there so to suspend disbelief I don't have enough faith that once you set the vision you can and then reverse engineer all of the how to but so many people are petrified of sending a baby grand vision because they don't have the knowledge the skills the money the tools the resources the employees and they allowed to control their thinking not being aware that once you set the vision and then you make a commitment to that vision you set off a processional of fact in your brain that allows you to figure out how you can verses what you can't and so number one is vision number two is commitment and then number three's adaptability and so I share with you know with armors view I talk about is we have never ever experienced an era like we're in right now Peter demanded stuff right exponential change exponential change exponential overwhelm exponential can usually exponential options exponential distractions which all leads to being able to be adaptable to the change so one of the things that's really really critical it is to strategy I am fully committed to the execution of that in pencil why do I stand pencil because a strategy should be dynamic in today's day and age and when things are changing so rapidly you want to be able to be flexible like bamboo sturdy inflexible like bamboo where you can have your plan but you also have the awareness that there may be a short cut I know when I watch my kids you know playing their video games remember something called power up so once they have these certain levels that they get to hit this button to power up you have to look for the power off unities yeah so how do you do that for you develop an awareness of what the landscape is some so I use this analogy imagine you wanna see Manhattan and you get a helicopter and you fly over Manhattan the pilot tells you hate take a look down here is Manhattan if you want to add another layer of experience land the helicopter men have to walk around if you want another layer of that experience moved to Manhattan and walk around that's a Central Park so you start off with the big vision and then you break down into the micro pieces I'm adaptable to change and then the other part is collaboration verses individualism and many entrepreneurs think today that they have to have on the sales the marking the measure the finance lead generation lead conversion the technology they think they have to have all that stuff and the truth is no you don't you as an entrepreneur needs to know that these are the pieces that you need and the number one job for you is to replace yourself from the things that you are having a hard time with so if you happen to be a terrible sales person but you're actually finance figure out how to take care of the conversions and the metrics aside your business if you have to be great at social media marketing then focus on that and find people who play things you have to work at Jim John astro joining us I'm Marc lack this is business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs we're talking about some of the key traits that make entrepreneur these days successful for somebody out there who says Hey look I still think that having resources can dramatically put you on a path to success at the end of the day you know so many much poorer states not about the resources it's about resources when asked how can somebody be more resources one and I'm sure you've got to know yourself right I don't know what is that you play what is it that you're you're you're you're naturally want to do and you've got to be careful what you actually want to do is be distracted because of the distractions kill more success than anything else and you have to have the discipline to stay focused and if you could have you know thirty minutes sixty minutes at a time focus if you do that once or twice or three times a day you won't have to worry about anything else the one thing I want to make sure especially the younger entrepreneurs that saying yeah it's easy for you to say get some resources I don't have the money at you have to force yourself to think outside that believe and what I can share with you is if you have a grand enough vision and you know what you do really well can you introduce your vision to other people not everybody needs money not everyone needs the amount of money that you may have to pay other people if you give them an option to participate in the vision and some help you make them vision bigger you can either do things yourself you can get help doing it you can get it done for you or not do it so when you get other people to help you then you're getting leverage on yourself and on the vision the mission you have and what do you say well I can't afford it I say we can barter you can you can defer payment you could partner you can hire those four options don't always have to hire somebody to use cash right now to get the right you can you can trade with somebody you can train your axe for their why your time for this so I'm showing people how to barter for whether it's vocal lessons and website design and administer say Hey I can give you website design what have you got all I can give you voice lessons you know I need a web design I guarantee you there's other people may be very rich but short of cash wants to exchange and as I say I'll do the work pay me down the road I'll do the work can be partial cash partial equity there's so many different ways to get stuff done so these are awesome practical steps you not only been an amazing mentor from myself thank you but for the people out there who say I want to learn more from this guy you do so much more than just talk about the brain and business working people learn more about your two places if they wanna come to a free online events with me and some other brain experts in the world we have we do called the brain on can't tell people to get rid of the mental emotional office was that holds the back and go to.

The Women Who Took on Silicon Valley's Male Culture and Made the Deals of a Lifetime

The Small Business Radio Show

02:16 min | 3 years ago

The Women Who Took on Silicon Valley's Male Culture and Made the Deals of a Lifetime

"There's a common expression business that it's a man's world. What is it really light succeed as a woman in a toughest business environment in the world Silicon Valley? My next guest is. Julian Guthrie who spent twenty years at the San Francisco Chronicle where she won numerous awards and had her writing nominated multiple times for the Pulitzer prize new book out it's called alpha girls, the women upstarts who took on silicon valley's Mel culture a made the deals of a lifetime. Julian welcome to the show. Thank you and happy to be here. And congratulations to you on show five. Years. I started a basement. And now I feel like I'm in top of the world. So what was your inspiration exactly had three my own startups until my wife said, okay, we sold the last one you're done. Go. Do something else though. I love it. So you'd be experience for sure what was your inspiration for writing this book about the women in Silicon Valley here. My last book. My last two books were actually very male dominated and the primary figures were these titans of industry in one case. Larry Ellison, the co founder of Oracle corP was my second book, the billionaire the mechanic, and then my last book was called how to make a spaceship. And it was I interviewed into the primary figure was this extraordinary man named Peter demand. Is who started the x prize, but I also interviewed Elon Musk and Richard Branson? And while I was out promoting that book and talking about that book with Peter talking to a lot of entrepreneurs and engineers in the aerospace, folks, I would look out and I would see. Maybe there were thousand people and ten were women. And I said where all the women in these really key fields of, you know, startups. Entrepreneurship engineers, basically fields that are helping to shape the future. And so that was my moment that I really wanted to find women who are who are finding ways to succeed. But how are they doing? So in these really critical male dominated fields. And so that brought me to Silicon Valley, and then is zeroed in even more on venture capital is a particularly influential little understood kind of industry that affects really how how we all live. All right.

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