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'Final Battle' by David Horowitz Gets Rave Reviews From Dennis Prager

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 6 d ago

'Final Battle' by David Horowitz Gets Rave Reviews From Dennis Prager

"Welcome back, talking to David. Horowitz, who now I'm proud to say is a friend and who really has had an extraordinary journey in his own life from genuine communism to what shall we call it anti communism, which is to say, love of the American founders vision for the republic that we've had for almost two and a half centuries. People commenting on this book, the book we're discussing, final battle, the next election could be the last include Pete hegseth. He says, David Horowitz has been telling the truth for decades in a way that almost nobody else has been willing to. And you'll notice that Pete hegseth pointedly left out my name. Hey, thanks, Pete. No, seriously, Dennis prager calls this book. Nothing less than a handbook for the Salvation of the United States of America. Wow. Dennis prager doesn't say that kind of stuff lightly, David. Why would our friend Dennis prager call this book? Nothing less than a handbook for the Salvation of the United States of America. If you don't mind my asking. It's a realistic view of the Democrat party, which is a criminal party. Radicals, it's a radical party, which makes it criminal. I mean, you know, they've destroyed our borders illegally. The president of the United States is a member of the executive. He's authority is to enforce the law not to remake the immigration law. That's supposed to be Congress's job.

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Will Ron DeSantis Sit This One Out?

The Trish Regan Show

01:33 min | Last week

Will Ron DeSantis Sit This One Out?

"DeSantis is staying in Florida. Yes, he's got a terrific record they're in Florida, but the question is, is it enough? Does he have the name recognition and can he actually get through the primary? I think that's a very difficult task. Moreover, let's just be logical about the entire situation. If you're Ron DeSantis, you're saying, wait a second, I got this whole group of people that support Donald Trump on my side. If I run now, well, I am going to risk having their wrath against me because Donald Trump is going to paint me as disloyal, et cetera. You just heard it. And so they won't like me. Therefore, am I ever going to have a shot in the future? And clearly, he could just say, you know what, I'm going to ride this one out. Donald Trump takes the nomination. He wins or doesn't win against Joe Biden or Kamala Harris or Pete Buttigieg or whoever they wind up putting up and then I come back into the picture four years from now in 2028. It may be a logical decision, but it's also a risky decision only in that politicians kind of they stay hot for only a brief moment in time. Remember when Chris Christie had his day and then he completely blew it and by 2016 it was over, well desantis could run that risk as well. In other words, life is full of risks. He either runs now. And makes his way past Donald Trump, which I just don't entirely see happening. I know there's differing polls, et cetera, but it's going to be hard, or he waits for more years.

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Why God Keeps the Answer Secret?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Why God Keeps the Answer Secret?

"Do you know I wonder if people who grow up with a disabled sibling are not deeper and better people for it? Oh, I'm sure. And that's another thing that really haunts me because it's not just that I was born without a disability. I feel like I have my, I've benefited in a very odd way from her troubles. I feel like I am a much more mature, strong person because Gina has suffered, not just because she's disabled because she is suffered. And that's something that I can't figure out. Why does God let that happen? Why is that the case? Well, okay, so. Do you see what I'm saying that goes beyond? Of course. Look, I have come to Pete to some peace with that issue. And that is that there was no answer. I'm a big believer in God and I have big questions for God. Why is that way and your way? There was a kid in my high school class who died in the senior year. Of what? I don't remember some illness. He wasn't, I don't think it was a crash or something. But even if it was a crash, I mean, look, there's no answer to that. You'll find this very interesting. A major Jewish thinker passed away in the last two years. And God, me and names is a perfect example because there's even a video of the two of us in dialog. Laura oh God, sex. That's it. He was rabbi sacks, and he was a major writer, major thinker. He was the chief rabbi of England. He was a member of the House of lords very distinguished, incredibly, I mean, you would be blown away at how well read he was. And all of a sudden he got terminal, I think, cancer. In his early 70s, and he said on a podcast, somebody asked him about God and suffering and so on, and he said he has come through an interesting conclusion. I'm using the word interesting. I don't know if he said it. He said, God must keep the answer. Secret. Because if we understood it, we would not work to improve the world.

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Stars beat Golden Knights 4-0 in DeBoer's return to Vegas

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Stars beat Golden Knights 4-0 in DeBoer's return to Vegas

"Jake gottinger turn back 27 shots is the stars handed the golden knights their first shutout loss of the season for nothing. Dallas was the winner in head coach Pete deboer's return to Vegas, where he coached for two and a half seasons. Jamie Ben opened the scoring 5 45 into the game, moving him into second on the star's all time points list. Joel Kevin, Ryan suter and Tyler Sagan also tallied out into your claim to his third shout out of the season and 5th of his career. The stars moved back into a tie with the jets for the central division lead. Vegas continues to top the Pacific by three points over the kraken. I'm Dave ferry.

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New Classified Documents Found Were at a Home Owned by Hunter Biden

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

New Classified Documents Found Were at a Home Owned by Hunter Biden

"Getting very interesting. And there's a lot of palace intrigue I was tweeting and exchanging emails yesterday evening. With a lot of folks in Washington. And there's more to this than meets the eye. We're talking about Joe Biden and these classified documents. The classified documents that were found at the Biden pen center, that is the institute that was paid for by Chinese cash. We understand upwards of $54 million. They receive from China. And then, of course, the word breaking yesterday that another batch of documents have been discovered in the garage of the home, not owned by Joe Biden, ladies and gentlemen, but a bit of news here this morning. That Joe Biden was storing those documents in a house owned by his son hunter. The documents in a garage next to his Corvette. Now, I just want to just deviate just slightly for a moment. Have you noticed something very interesting about this story because the Corvette Biden's Corvette plays pretty heavily in the narrative here because it's fascinating, not everybody owns a Corvette, and not everybody has classified documents stored in a garage with the Corvette. But what I find interesting is where are all of the echo sexuals. And the people that want to mate with plants. Where are all the tree huggers? Where is transportation secretary Pete booty judge? Where are all of them condemning Joe Biden for driving around in a Corvette that's blasting a hole in the ozone? Nary a PEEP from those people.

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Pete Ricketts' Massive Turn Around

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Pete Ricketts' Massive Turn Around

"You know, Pete ricketts, there's a story in the post about you this morning titled Pete ricketts massive political turnaround. And because you lost once. When you ran for Senate the first time, that puts you in a category with people like Mitt Romney, John thune. I mean, I go back to Richard Nixon losing 1960 and 1962. Do you think it helps to have lost once before you win twice as governor and now you'll have reelection for senator in two years? Well, I think it's a general rule that you learn way more from your failures than you do your successes, right? There are more painful, the intended to do more evaluation of what you can do better. And certainly my Senate loss in 2006 did teach me a lot about politics. It didn't discharge me from getting involved in it. I enjoyed the campaign. I love getting out and meeting nebraskans. And I learned a lot. I think I was able to turn those lessons into successes in my race for governor and certainly the people I met in my O 6 Senate race made it possible for me to get elected when I ran for governor in 2014. So that was absolutely vital to my success and winning in 2014 was my loss in 2006.

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Governor Pete Ricketts Selected to Fill Nebraska Senate Seat

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Governor Pete Ricketts Selected to Fill Nebraska Senate Seat

"Governor. You know, Mitt Romney was a governor became a senator. Joe Manchin was a governor became a senator. It's a very different way of are you used to slowing down a lot because you used to have to make things happen in Nebraska. Now you're going to have to watch things go slow. What do you think? Well, that's what I have been told that as governor, you know, there's a sense of urgency about everything you're doing because you've got to make things happen. The Senate by its design, right? Our founders wanted a body that would slow things down. They didn't want politics to be whipsawed back and forth. And so that's how they designed the Senate to work. So I've got to change my mindset with regard to how this goes. But it's certainly informed been an important institution for us over the years to provide that stability for our country. We can certainly see that when you're compared to say the parliamentary systems around the world that can change governments at a drop of a hat. Governor ricketts shouldn't be senator ricketts. I don't know if you've talked to leader McConnell yet. I am a great fan of leader McConnell. I think he saved the United States Constitution when he held open the vacancy created by the untimely death of Antonin Scalia. And I think he got Donald Trump elected, and of course he got Donald Trump's nominees confirmed. Have you talked to him yet about what you want to do and your priority? Yeah, I have as a matter of fact, I just had a conversation with him last night where he was giving us an advice. Not that due to similar to what you said. He was urging patients because the Senate moves slower. But I've actually known senator McConnell since I ran for Senate back in 2006. And I'm staying in touch with him over the years. So I'm looking forward to working with him. And I agree with you, you know? He is a very strategic thinker. He's really done a great job for us in the U.S. Senate as leader and I'm really looking forward to the opportunity to be able to learn from it.

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Governing Bodies Want to Stop Athletes From Betting On Other Sports

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Governing Bodies Want to Stop Athletes From Betting On Other Sports

"This past week or so, you're banning athletes from betting on other sports? I mean, okay, at what point have we taken this too far? And we can even open this up to the stupid, it's just stupidity of Pete Rose being kept out of the Hall of Fame, okay? Really? The P rose conversation is definitely one to have. Doug, I don't know about you, but I love losing $200 on a Sunday. And for winning $200, I'm not sure about you, but I can arrange for $200 to come to my account everywhere, bud. Listen, I am, I love gambling. I do. I am the kind of person that's like, maybe you should watch him 'cause he might get addicted to it. No, but I do. I really enjoy it so much. And when DraftKings hit because he hit New Jersey first, we were the first to get legal legal gambling. You know how you can thank for that? Chris Christie. I know of all the people. It was like his lasting legacy. He was like, I'm gonna destroy New Jersey for a little bit, but before I finish, here's gambling. No, but in all seriousness, the idea that an athlete can't gamble on another sport, which and I'm sorry, I didn't see this posted anywhere, so I don't know. I didn't know that so they're saying like LeBron James couldn't bet on a Dallas Cowboys game. Is that what they're saying? Yeah, it's something that was. So coach, man. It was coach banned for bedding and it's like, but I mean, the whole thing. Just take it over and say, why is it? I mean, look, I can understand. At least at least the monumental argument. I can understand how you keep Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire and some of these guys out of the baseball Hall of Fame. Okay, if you want to, I mean, hypocritically, but if you want to proclaim that they steroids or whatever. But okay, Pete Rose didn't even bet on. His own games. I mean, he bet on baseball, but it wasn't his own games.

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Pete Buttigieg's Lackluster Response to FAA Meltdown

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

Pete Buttigieg's Lackluster Response to FAA Meltdown

"What's Pete? When does mayor Pete say, 'cause, you know, he's on the case, isn't he? Well, this happens all the time. Nothing to see here. We're doing the best we can. Is there a critical vulnerability here where the entire country had to be stopped because of something that probably involved one sector or another? We're going to part of what you're seeing here is an abundance of caution and making absolutely certain that operations were safe. But this is one of the reasons why we need to get these answers and have this review of exactly what happened because we need to understand whether this reflects a systemic issue and what would be required so that there's no single point of failure here. Again, there need to be redundancies and layers and layers of protection here. This is an incredibly complex system. So glitches are complications happen all the time. But we can't allow them to ever lead to this level of disruption. And we won't ever allow them to lead to a safety problem. Picture what would be happening if this happened under a Republican president's administration.

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Tucker Carlson: Mayor Pete 'Solved' Equity, Not Transportation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: Mayor Pete 'Solved' Equity, Not Transportation

"Tucker Carlson had an epic monologue pretty brutal if your Pete Buttigieg about the state of affairs with today's transportation department. Now mayor Pete himself flies private so he didn't have a tactile firsthand experience with our crumbling airports or crowded stinking planes last refurbished during the Clinton administration. But he knew something more important, he knew that the FAA was beset by structural misogyny and transphobia. And to fix that, mayor Pete had the FAA announced that the aviation system called notice to airmen, that's the system that keeps pilots up to the end of their flights. That system would change immediately. Actually, the system itself wouldn't change. It would remain the same. But more important, the name would change. Going forward, it would be called notice to air missions. Missions, not met missions. See the massive improvement there. Now we're getting somewhere. So at the beginning of last year, mayor Pete declared victory. 2022, he said, would be the year that quote every transportation decision inherently is in many ways a decision about equity. In April of last year, mayor Pete noted that ensuring equity and accessibility for every member of the traveling public is one of the department's highest priorities. So he was on it and the equity crisis was solved. Unfortunately, our transportation problems were not solved. They had, in the meantime, become much worse. In fact, it reached a point. It is at a point that you might experience and say a trip across Bangladesh. Just ask anybody on the train that was headed from the northeast to Orlando, took 37 hours.

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FAA Meltdown Is Pete Buttigieg's Next Political Headache

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

FAA Meltdown Is Pete Buttigieg's Next Political Headache

"How about having to ground all of America's airliners first time there's been a full ground stop since 9 11. The transportation department is in such a shambles well maybe it's because we got to transportation secretary who's more worried about equity and inclusion and environmental justice than keeping the planes flying. This is the same guy that said that America's bridges are racist. And roads are racist. That's the guy that we're supposed to take seriously as the transportation secretary, whose only claim to fame is he was the mayor of a middle sized town in Indiana.

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FAA Outage: White House Says 'No Evidence of Cyber Attack'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

FAA Outage: White House Says 'No Evidence of Cyber Attack'

"It had to Fox News. The FF, the FAA outage, White House says that there's no evidence of a cyberattack Biden briefed on grounded flights. So The White House announced Wednesday today that President Biden has been briefed on the massive FAA outage. Though asserting that there's no evidence, it was caused by any cyberattack. Yeah, I trust the Biden administration. The president has been briefed by the secretary of transportation this morning on the FAA system outage White House press secretary, the not so notorious Karen Jean Pierre tweeted before 7 40 a.m.. There is no evidence and I'm quoting of a cyberattack at this point, but the president directed DLT to conduct a full investigation into the causes, the FAA will provide regular updates. So I feel secure knowing that Pete boot edge edge is looking into it. So perhaps we'll get down to the bottom of this in about 6 months. And FAA system failure prompted massive flight delays this morning, all domestic departures were grounded until 9 a.m., though the FAA said some departures were resuming at New York liberty and Atlanta hartsfield. Jackson, airports due to the air traffic congestion and those areas. The FAA said it is still working to fully restore the notice to air mission systems. Following, I'm sorry, it just refreshed on me. Anyway, they're looking to refresh the system shortly here.

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Joe Biden: Pete Buttigieg Has No Idea Why FAA Meltdown Happened

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden: Pete Buttigieg Has No Idea Why FAA Meltdown Happened

"Was on the phone with the transportation transportation secretary, Pete Buttigieg. And booty judge, who has previous job, he was the he was the mayor of South Bend, Indiana. But he was a diversity hire for The White House, much like Karin Jean Pierre, who was The White House press secretary, so this particular administration, they actually hire people based on a certain skill set. And what is that skill set? Well, it is skin color and it's your sexual preference. Those are very important to the Biden administration. Whether or not you can do the job that is not the point. They want to make sure that they're getting diversity hires in there. They're not looking for the best person for the job. And so you had outright chaos at the airports over the holiday season of the Christmas break. It was insane, and now you have this situation, meanwhile, Pete booty judge is literally flying all over the world, going to a vent, vacationing with the husband. He took maternity leave, pardon me, paternity leave. We saw the pictures of he and the husband and the hospital bed appearing to learn how to chest feed at their children. It was all there. But the guy doesn't have time to actually do his day job. So anyway, chaos ensues this morning and the reporters rightfully ask President Biden, hey, what's going on here? Here's what the president said. They don't know what the cause is. But I was on the phone with my family. That's going to force directly here and I find it. Okay, enough of that. You can't even hear the guy. The point, why do they do that? I don't understand why they do these things right by the planes. But anyway, Biden said, yeah, I called booty judge and booty judge has no idea what the problem is.

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GOP requests intel 'damage assessment' of Biden documents

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

GOP requests intel 'damage assessment' of Biden documents

"President Biden is facing a political headache following the revelation that potentially classified documents were found in the office space of his former institute. The Justice Department's reviewing a small number of documents with classified markings found in offices, Joe Biden used between leaving the vice presidency and running for The White House. The president had ripped predecessor Donald Trump as irresponsible for keeping classified documents at his Florida club. When you're a woman at a glass house, don't be throwing stones, right? But Nebraska Republican Don bacon acknowledges it's unclear if the Biden and Trump situations are the same. Democrat Pete Aguilar says they're not. Trump spent months trying to keep the documents from the government. Biden's lawyers immediately turn them over. That is exactly the way that you should handle this. But House intelligence committee ranking member Mike Turner says the president potentially violated national security laws. He's asking the nation's intelligence chief for a damage assessment. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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How White House has responded to Biden documents controversy

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

How White House has responded to Biden documents controversy

"President Biden is facing a political headache following the revelation that potentially classified documents were found in the office space of his former institute. The Justice Department's reviewing a small number of documents with classified markings found in offices, Joe Biden used between leaving the vice presidency and running for The White House. The president had ripped predecessor Donald Trump as irresponsible for keeping classified documents at his Florida club. When you're a woman at a glass house, don't be throwing stones, right? But Nebraska Republican Don bacon acknowledges it's unclear if the Biden and Trump situations are the same. Democrat Pete Aguilar says they're not. Trump spent months trying to keep the documents from the government. Biden's lawyers immediately turn them over. That is exactly the way that you should handle this. But House intelligence committee ranking member Mike Turner says the president potentially violated national security laws. He's asking the nation's intelligence chief for a damage assessment.

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How Many J6 Defendants Are Still in PRE-Trial Detention?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

How Many J6 Defendants Are Still in PRE-Trial Detention?

"We are at the two year anniversary here. Let me ask you, and by the way, God bless you for the work you're doing. And the website is patriot patriot freedom project dot com if people want to support it, I encourage them to do that. How many people are still in pretrial detention? Two years later. So you have just over a hundred people that are still, you know, that are in jail, right? And of that number, you have maybe 40 people that are in pretrial detention. You have people that are awaiting sentencing, you have people that are awaiting who have been sentenced and are awaiting transfer to prison. People think everybody is in the D.C. jail. That's not true. There's only about 17 or 18 guys left at the D.C. jail. Some of them have already been sentenced. Some of them are still waiting trial, like Jose Padilla. He has not had his day in court. And he's not going to go to trial. So the summer. He's been in jail for two years. Pete Schwartz, he's been in jail for almost two years. He just went to trial. He was found guilty. Of course, in record time. And I'll tell you what's also happening in a lot of use cases. You know, in D.C., nobody is going to get a fair trial Charlie. We all know that. And Pete Schwartz trial, you had a drawer in the drawer box who literally stood up in the middle of trial. She did not like the videos that were being shown. She ran out of the courtroom, ran out of the drawer box, ran out of the courtroom. I mean, it's unheard of. And there should have been a mistrial right then and there. But not this judge, the judge said no. We're going to continue on. And then when the verdict came in and all these remember found guilty, you had jurors giving these men the middle finger. This is unprecedented what we're dealing with. And this DoJ is not done. We have a very failed judicial system and we're in big trouble here and we're going to be dealing with this until January of 25 when hopefully we have a president in The White House just going to say enough is enough now.

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Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

The Officer Tatum Show

01:26 min | Last month

Chaos at Southwest Airlines Defies Pete Buttigieg's Stern Words

"In July, Southwest Airlines had delayed 29 29% of its flights. 29% of its flights, so they were having troubles then, and I'm not trying to knock Southwest Airlines. I obviously they have to get their stuff together. Obviously, they're going to be held accountable. I like flying southwest when I do flights, rare, but when I do fly, I like flying southwest, I'll admit. I love their, I love the comedy. You know, I just love that. They make you feel comfortable. They treat you relatively good. But unfortunately, they've they're going to suffer a big ding. There's no doubt about it. But Buttigieg, he knew about this stuff. All along. See, here's what I can't stand about government officials. And it's not just government officials. It's big government. You should look at government this way. Government can't government can't do things better than you can. They don't know you. A lot of these people like the Pete booties of the world don't even understand business. Big government is never a good thing. So here this guy is trying to pass the buck, trying to pass a book and all along, he's been warned about this. 38 state attorneys told Congress that the DOT had failed to address issues months ago. The federal agency now vows to investigate the holiday travel chaos, but who's investigating Pete booty?

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Caller: Pete Buttigieg Is Wrong About Criticizing Airlines

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Caller: Pete Buttigieg Is Wrong About Criticizing Airlines

"Yes there have been hate I want to go back to what secretary of transportation Pete Buttigieg criticized the airlines for doing In regards to their scheduling that he gave them no consideration for the safety concerns for the passengers that they have to attend to I think that's completely thoughtless and as part of the learn and I wanted to say if you are sitting in an airport because your flights delayed it's because somebody is concerned about your life Here's what I would say too There are a lot of pilots right That and I've in the process of getting my pilot's license What I've learned is you don't want to push the limit and try to fly just to check a box and move on That's like the worst thing you can possibly do is to treat a flight that way And just like oh yeah but you know push it push it we gotta go we gotta go These pilots and crew members their delayed as well They would love to be home They would love to get home They would love to be able to be sleeping in their own bed And if mayor Pete is the transportation secretary keeps up doing what he's doing today which is threatening the airlines the way he's threatening southwest They're going to start pushing those limits because they're afraid the federal government's going to come down them too hard Now I'm not sure anymore that they're really worried about that I think a lot of this is semantics from mayor Pete I think a lot of this is the Biden administration I know there's a bunch of people hacked off travelers out there And this is an easy way to jump on this bandwagon of these screws Southwest Airlines in the evil CEO over at southwest and we're going to hold them accountable They're not Right They're not going to And it's an easy way for them to be like yeah we're on your team We understand we fill your pain That's what this is politics to fill your pain part of it

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"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The trading to asset management the banking payments processing there's a revolution happening It's not felt as much in the United States because people don't see it because the financial services infrastructure is so robust But when you look at the developing world and if you look at any market where there is any form of currency manipulation or currency instability that's the future And so Bitcoin is a canary in a coal mine for a completely virtual largely anonymous and we can debate whether that's good or not Financial reality And so you know I think it's a very important trend that's worth understanding The other thing is so many of the dislocations that we've seen won't happen anymore when we go on those rails So going back to this whole GameStop to bottle as I've learned more and as you probably know now too a lot of this has to do with the arcane way in which stocks are settled And what I learned was we used to have a T plus three after the training day three days later is when you settle And it was really heaven and earth crying and screaming to the companies to go to T plus two Well if you're running a stable coin or smart contracts on top of Ethereum all of this next generation infrastructure I mean this is T plus You're settling things in a manner solution And that's really good probably Do you still want to break up big tech Well I think they need to get regularly I think that companies like Facebook and Google will be subject to much stricter laws Section two 30 will change and recognize them as quasi publishers And I say quasi because this is where again laws and politicians understanding of the economy is still too brittle But if they can bring the right people to teach them what an algorithm is and what machine learning and what weights are and how these things operate what they'll see is a mechanized publisher And there should be rules for recognized publishers that are different from being a dumpling So I think that that's going to happen And then for Microsoft Apple and Amazon I don't think that much is going to happen And the reason is because I think that those guys are generally on the right side of history and they generally don't err towards the type of hot button issues that politicians care about Like Facebook and Google threaten the institutionalized structures of power and influence that codified policies Amazon Prime doesn't do that getting toothpaste the next day It's just not that disruptive You're listening to an interview with investor and venture capitalist chamath Paula petia Coming up we'll get his view on the rise of spacs Those special purpose acquisition companies And whether they're a temporary phenomenon or here to stay stay tuned for that straight ahead on this special edition of Bloomberg front row I'm Eric schatzker And this is Bloomberg.

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"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The trading to asset management the banking payments processing there's a revolution happening It's not felt as much in the United States because people don't see it because the financial services infrastructure is so robust But when you look at the developing world and if you look at any market where there is any form of currency manipulation or currency instability that's the future And so Bitcoin is a canary in a coal mine for a completely virtual largely anonymous and we can debate whether that's good or not Financial reality And so you know I think it's a very important trend that's worth understanding The other thing is so many of the dislocations that we've seen won't happen anymore when we go on those rails So going back to this whole GameStop debacle as I've learned more and as you probably know now too a lot of this has to do with the arcane way in which stocks are settled And what I learned was we used to have a T plus three after the training day three days later when you settle And it was really heaven and earth crying and screaming for companies to go to T plus two Well if you're running a stable coin or smart contracts on top of Ethereum all of this next generation infrastructure I mean this is T plus You're settling things that are managed And that's really good probably Do you still want to break up big tech Well I think they need to get regularly I think that companies like Facebook and Google will be subject to much stricter laws Section two 30 will change and recognize them as quasi publishers And I say quasi because this is where again laws and politicians understanding of the economy is still too brittle But if they can bring the right people to teach them what an algorithm is and what machine learning and what weights are and how these things operate what they'll see is a mechanized publisher And there should be rules for recognized publishers that are different from being a dumpling So I think that that's going to happen And then for Microsoft Apple and Amazon I don't think that much is going to happen And the reason is because I think that those guys are generally on the right side of Facebook screen and they generally don't err towards the type of hot button issues that politicians care about Like Facebook and Google threaten the institutionalized structures of power and influence that codified policies Amazon Prime doesn't do that Getting toothpaste the next thing is just not that disruptive You're listening to an interview with investor and venture capitalist chamath Paula petia Coming up we'll get his view on the rise of spacs Those special purpose acquisition companies and whether they're a temporary phenomenon or here to stay stay tuned for that straight ahead on this special edition of Bloomberg.

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"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a special Christmas Day edition of Bloomberg front row I'm Eric schatzker Coming up this hour a wide ranging conversation with chamath Paula petia He's a well-known name in Silicon Valley a financial influencer on Twitter and a subject of fascination to the crowd on Reddit's WallStreetBets He's a former Facebook executive turn venture capitalist He's also emerged as a big name in the spac craze The special purpose acquisition companies used to bring private businesses to the public markets I sat down with chamath Paul heita earlier this year for an interview covering everything from spacs to his offbeat investment philosophy Let's listen to that conversation right now To those who don't understand your anti establishment appeal What do you stand for I think it's sort of defined in the mission of social capital which is that I believe in an even starting line I think that's probably the simplest encapsulation of my belief in how the world should work which is that we should all effectively get access to the same resources And that as many of us as possible should be allowed to get to the starting line and then the gun should fire And then the outcomes will be what the outcomes will be And I think a lot of us feel that that isn't necessarily always the case that there's kind of entrenched hierarchies that prevent progress So I push against those because they touch a very deep emotional part of my value system And I just don't think that the world is a better place for them And I think we're better off without them You have acquired a powerful and influential voice increasingly so on Wall Street Where were you so excited by the GameStop short squeeze and then so outraged when Robinhood had to throttle buy orders On the way in I think what GameStop showed was the narrative fallacy on Wall Street I think for years there was these folks that were these wizards behind the veil And they had a way of conducting themselves that purported to be just intellectually superior to everybody else But in reality what that short showed was that they were prone to the same poor decision making and broken systems and technologies that everybody else has to deal with And so I found that kind of funny I think it also spoke to the fact that we really haven't looked closely enough that the systems that were broken as a result of 1998 and LTCM long-term capital management in 2006 7 and 8 would barely And we're allowing the same problem slightly different but roughly the same problem to repeat itself over and over again And so that's what sort of angered me about GameStop And then on the back end of it I just felt like these two worlds collided in a way where I doubt that in the end in the final analysis there was any collusion of any kind But just the stench of this whole thing just goes to show you back to where we were talking about before about how difficult it is for normal everyday folks to have access to any kind of return So if you know we break down the capitalist philosophy they are just fundamentally stuck in this cul de sac of always being labor always being sort of at ownership of capital of the ownership class And then the fact that none of the folks can't get access to returns and closing inequality gap is just going to make all of the things we're dealing with today a lot worse than they already are From what I can tell you appear to have reconsidered a couple of the things that you said in the heat of the GameStop moment Where do you stand on hedge funds as a group of actors and modern finance And also the other thing that came up in the context of the situation short selling I think hedge funds are a really important part of the financial infrastructure And I think that they should exist And I hope that the ones that are good can find But I also believe that disclosure needs to get improved I think in every other part of society as the Internet has become more sophisticated as software has become more sophisticated things have aired towards real-time disclosure In every market it's just not true in finance but people are able to use the rules and bend them to obfuscate the truth So for example there was a rule that the SEC was considering where you wouldn't have to publish your longs anymore on the same frequency To me that that's nuts I think that actually we live in a world where your lungs and the shorts should be published in real time Because again one separates you should be your analysis and your interpretation of the facts Not obfuscation I still think hedge funds will do really well I still think that there are some folks who are incredibly talented We'll make just a ton of money for themselves and for their investors But I think disclosure needs to go out In terms of short selling I buy the fact that it's an important part of the marketing I'm not a huge fan of it I do think that certain folks really use it to run a new control strategy And I think that that's great But I also think that now in the world of social media and we've seen this recently disinformation can be used to not just cause political damage but I think this information can also cause economic damage And so I think that the SEC is going to have to deal with that issue and figure that out How do we manage information or interpretation or sensationalizing of things that all of a sudden you can whip out the markets upend him And these actors holiday regular are they allowed to just say whatever they want And the implications are what they are or is there a higher standard now that there's so much distribution for so many more people.

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"petia" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The red sox might wanna series a couple more times because adrian was on the verge of really put it together and just seems to be like a really good guy not only a great player but a good guy. he's i only covered in that one year. He was in boston slot. I can honestly say every player will run on a sixty two. You see him at some point where they don't play hard you know like it's just their day that guy you ran his ass off the first base. Every time he played hard as he could feel he played every game like it was his last game. And and i i there were times i was like. I can't believe he's still got this interview. Yeah the ma. The manager of country was. Hey we want to give a day off know they up. I'm playing tomorrow you know. Yeah i i really admired him and he was a good guy too he was a it took them a while to warm up to you but once he wanted up to you he was very friendly and we were all kind of bummed to see him go and nobody became so great man. Boy the red sox really yeah exactly and he became. He became a tremendous player. You know so yeah. Yeah that's great all right If you are a pete abrams fan. And you're listening to this. I hope you've been joining the podcast I and every episode with the mary question. And what that is is j armstrong who is an honors english teacher Just recently retired from the philadelphia area would in his honors english class every year would have his seniors breakdown. Thunder road as point. Look at the lyrics. Talk about the imagery that bruce uses. Compare it to other points like robert frost and then at the end of the two days. He asked the question to his class. Does mary get in the car key. That is your question disinherit mccarthy and sunday road. Yeah of course because tramps like us you know. So yeah i you know. I think that's the whole and that he's talking about going somewhere with a girl in most of the songs right so Yeah i think he's definitely got in the car. Yeah all right very nice. You know about the whole maggie. Haberman is at waves or slaves. Yeah so i actually sell a t shirt on i Website that says the question isn't whether it ways or waves is does she get in the car I do find it interesting in. I think this is a i. Someone i can't remember. Who said that. The reaction to bruce springsteen super bowl commercial the middle the diversity of the people on the extreme right and extreme left being critical of him tells you how far away from the middle. We are as a country. I who said the right thought was great. But i find it a little sad that there are fans that say It will be swayed to fill or like you know till you take it from my cold dead body. You know I just i. I can understand having an opinion but i also think okay. I don't know i mean well. Supposedly it came out. The original lyric was indeed sways fright. Somebody said they saw that. Then when you listen to it it certainly sounds like waves. So i sorta you know. Yeah i i don't know if that's it worth losing your mind over but i mean i don't guess in car She's on the porch house. They're talking about the future area. You don't just let them drive off and someone else brought up the fact that i'm racing in the street she talks about..

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"It's going to bring a different perspective. And i don't care if it's like you were five years old and you attended singing competition you know just walking onto the stage is a braver and its achievement. Like riding down fifty thinks however big however small it might feel like too much of the beginning but then you will start going and have s ongoing list because that will remind you that you truly are perfectly made for. Would you came here to do and who you came here to be such beautiful advice. I love it Really good segue into my last thing at the you shared some amazing things in so we always want to give our listeners. The opportunity to reach out to you if they want to. How can they get a hold of you. So my favorite space online. It's instagram. you know. I'm always there. It's like where where. I'm like sharing daily stories and bring others onto my life so instagram's just my name Bovine will probably spell it because people will be like p what. Oh that's probably my favorite plays or my podcast. Unapologetically abundant or for ladies guys. Who can connect with my husband. He's immense coach. I come on women divided at home mazing so for the ladies. Have a free facebook group. When i do trainings and invited guests unapologetically abandoned women so those are my favorite place. Says i'm very easy as you can tell to talk to. You know and. I couldn't be where i am in my life and be so fulfilled and abundant if i would not have the people around me so i'm really here to support those who wanna create a line and abundant life. And i. i agree with you. Because i think that we we are like those five people. We surround ourselves with right. And i think that's totally true. And how you're kind of saying you know you're being part of that five for others to help them come out of their shell be vulnerable. Get over to the things that there may be struggling with and and find that that better version of themselves that they may not know as even there. So thank you for all of your awesome advice and words of wisdom that you've shared with us today. It's been awesome. I've really really enjoyed this one. Yeah thank you so much for having me an also for really sprinkling the world with the whole by thing that we need it right now more than ever so. Thank you so much for your time to platform and especially to work. You're doing yeah. Thank you patty..

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Now i can think about anything like specification i do. It's just like we do always something silly like we make funny faces and you know like play with like just looking at our dog. She's just so funny just takes a slob. Don't tell her butt out you know it's just you see like how easy it is to say or do something funny and it's just releases the tension. It's amazing that's awesome. I'm glad you shared that with us. We since we're brothers. We lost our grandma It's been nineteen years And still doesn't get easy. You know i. My daughter told me yesterday in her school. She was asked who she wants to meet that she hasn't who's passed on and she said grammy so i thought oh that's really cool 'cause she never knew her so that's good to have family those family things. I'm glad you shared us so petty. A as you know. Hope is very important to jason and i. It's our podcast name and we near the end of our podcast. We like to What we call the double down dose. Are you ready for this sure. What's happening but sure. Let's do it so i have a question about hope and it simply this at the. How would you define hope you know. First thing that really came to me like to my head right away with the life giver in are truly believe that hope it's alive giver. I have a friend who she had cancer. And she's you know now healthy and she's hope Helping foundation that has hope in it the name in it And i think that hope. It's really a life giving it's it's a light it's Possibility that we all need in our lives. Get i love it. I i also love that you for a second. Those of you who can see at you. Close your eyes to really feel what. You're what you're wanting so i i love that. Yeah that was. That was. That was awesome. I could tell that you really felt that. And so the the second part of the double down dose. Shane and i created.

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"And that's what i was able to see. My past relationship might painful moments. I the agony in pain in hurt and suffering that i went through a this is not making myself victim. I know shoes everything in our lives whether we like it or not. It will by choice. I needed to be who. I am today but i wouldn't like put it on my worst enemy. Haven't i'm like i don't have any that. I know. baby somebody is no. It's just side. Those were the moments you when you in one thing that i want to bring up where i believe is you don't have to go through the rock bottom because when i'm sharing my life i was on a rock bottom several times of my life but you don't have to. You don't have to wait until you are on the street or in abusive relationship or you don't wanna wait cop or you have a suicidal. Told you know you don't have to wait until you're completely on a bottom on your knees if something doesn't feel right in your life probably not right. Might you know we get to start trusting our intuition our heart our guts really deeply develop self awareness. That helped me tremendously on my journey. Developing the self awareness. I knowing my core values the last couple of years. I've been studying a human design and i'm so lit up by because human design. It's modality that blends astrology numerology kabbalah. I ching check rows old these infant modalities came to you know as hundreds thousands of years ago. Now would human design. We have a super easy way to understand who we are why we are here. How we are interacting responding to the world. How has world responding to us so for me gaining the self awareness of ym and not seeing myself as something is wrong with me all my goodness. It followed fine. Ilya kim breed. It's so big the gets to learn to understand our stuff you can be outsourcing it from your partners from your family from your coworkers..

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"That kinda was your moment where you said okay. I need to take more control of my life and align with who. I really am one thing that i love. What you said control. I don't like control and like personally. I don't because i personally went through two decades twenty years which is still more than half of my own life because i'm now leading disorder which was all about control. I can control what is happening. Outside of my life. Would why control. What do i i drink. And what do i do in my body. So what. I do personally me i prefer. It's to like be empowered. Like what made you feel like more empowering and and take it back to your right and again that's just my personal preference. But i feel like so very often. We tried to control things with like. Would that planning everything controlling everything. Whatever you believe. God universe oh just like sitting up and looking as good luck. Have fun with this blood. I know i kind of release that because of course i'm a business owner..

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Topic right but it's just like i feel like it's women put so much in our south without asking for help allowing help and that's why along my journey enterpreneur. I realized that the feminine energy is very important. So many women right now if you look around. They're walking in the masculine energy. It's an investigation man in imminent woman. We both have bought by. We get so learn how to use them both and went to use them in. I was so many in my masculine because in the masculine i felt protected i fell save. I got stopped on ride. And it will just like straight forward fixer. Protector mentality biden. Allow anyone to come close to me and help me support to me. In so when i ensured used feminine flow which mean being more playful softening up receiving allowing have all these things that's when my business relative time and i'm working like later zero three times more than i used to. I worked to three days a week. That's.

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"I was struggling two decades with eating disorder hating myself hating my body my life and it was just like loops and i felt that i kept running because when i was twenty years old. I left london than from london. Spain in from st. I'm home here now. Eleven years in united states. But if instead like when living in a win lend when i have the money when i have the relationship when i have the body like always swam. That was like really behind me. Always pushing me telling me. I am not good enough in not doing enough and would really help me to change. When i was getting into deep depression on mike thirty years old. I feel like we get women into like midlife crisis in our thirties when we realized what had kim i doing with my life and this is this can be. It can be all and i started to search knows almost a decade ago. You know like how to be happy held to overcome toxic relationship. Because i was married back. Dan and my husband was just. I didn't know any any better ride looking at my father stepfather. So thank goodness. I found on light lewis high in wayne dyer and les brown and tony robbins and i literally start to brainwash myself instead of listening to the inner critic myself in a depressive negative. Todd's i started to listen to them and that that's why love the name of your podcast. That was the thing that i truly need to survive back then would shrillest survivor. I needed to hope. Yeah needed hope that it can get better. I needed hope that this is not i needed. Hope and see other people who are good people who are living a good life so that's a short story may may yeah that there's a lot to unpack right there at the. You gave some really tough things that you struggled with and we really appreciate you being open and honest about those things because we also feel like it. Is those the stories of people where we really learn from each other and end. It's like why. I am so open to share because it makes no good for me keeping it inside any of these no good for other people sitting in alone and that's why started to work we'd women and you know five years ago when i left corporate. I had social media marketing agency and i realized like okay. This is cool. I make money but it's really not like this can be. I was working so much seven days to become so you leave six days a week worked to work seven days a week this sense so they are shifting couple years and started you know whatever label you wanna put a transformational mindset live. It's it's truly all about alignment. Aligning yourself with who you're really out of your purpose. Becoming unapologetic can stand my podcast. Unapologetically abundant because. I realized that my journey to win. I became unapologetic. The abundance came with love with support with money with travels with freedom abundance has many forums right so that was how i became who i am today..

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"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Welcome to spring with hope. Podcast in your host shane today. Our guest is petty. Ah collie bobo. She really gifts some amazing advice and really opens herself up to since struggles and trials that she's gone through early sometimes. That's hard for people that do but like she says that we all can learn from each other story and so the more we open our mouths to people that they can learn from each other so really fascinating discussion that we had with. I really loved this one. I i do think that she had that vulnerability that she talked about Yeah and she did share some things about you know her having feelings of suicide her talking about you know an eating disorder that she suffered with for over half of her life. But it's like what happened on the flip side of that. That is so great. She now can say all of these great things that she's overcome and you know that that she's on a better path today and she seeing great success from her getting through these difficult times so listen in. I love you know all. She says and especially at the very end. When shane and i asked you those two questions it was it was really spot on and i just loved that portion so but listen all the way to the very end. I think you're really going to like this one so here we go pet..

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"petia" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"petia" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Lot of other countries already have. We're talking about bringing our standard of passenger rail nearer what they enjoy today in morocco or italy if the richest country in the world can have this then than we've been talking about so of course we can afford it. The question is how the question is. How do you actually raise the revenue to do now. The president Has been very flexible on this. He had one red line and that was made promise that he's not gonna raise taxes on anybody who makes less than four hundred thousand bucks a year because he thinks The majority of american families are in that category are already paying more than enough. We also see some of the biggest corporations in this country making billions of dollars in profits many went zero zero in taxes. We see some of the wealthiest americans who as a percentage rate pay a lower income tax rate in fact than a schoolteacher or firefighter doesn't make sense. Americans agree by the way a lot of republicans across america. Get that doesn't make sense. And so the president put forward away to pay for all this that is basically about asking corporations and the wealthy to pay their fair share. We've gone round and round on a lot of different ways to do it. And that that's part of what's playing out even as we speak in the back and forth but the house and the senate And that's a natural sometimes messy part of the legislative process but the bottom line is of course we can afford this country and maybe even more importantly we can't afford not i mean we're paying the you can estimate to the tune of hundreds of dollars per family and a lot of places Sort of invisible we call it a pothole taxed. An invisible cost that people are paying already right now. Just from their cars. Getting beat up in the rose being betcha. We are paying a price right now in terms of goods and services being backed up from overburdened infrastructure. And this only gonna get worse to say. Nothing of the climate related costs of business as usual. So we're gonna pay one way or the other. We will pay less if we do it smart and if we do now.

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"petia" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"petia" Discussed on active CEO Podcast

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"petia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"petia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Me. I've gotten to a place in business where I'll get on calls and I hate like virtual coffee and discover recall. Like I hate all that like we're going to go we're going to we're going to beat on zoom. We're going to get off get off the phone and I'm going to see if I can help you. Let me see if I can serve you and if I can't I would recommend somebody. If not, then I met an amazing person no expectations. No obligation by the end of the call and they're like, okay, I'd love to work with you. Whatever was the price give them the price I say, this is the investment you're going to make would it be time and money or whatever and somebody will go through that's it's a lot of money. That's that's quite more than my budget is like, okay. So so like do you do anything? I mean I can split into payments if you want. This is the Investments would cost like oh man, that's that's a little expensive and then you'll have some sales coach going. Oh just sell them to sell them like whatever. First of all not going to tell anybody into something that they don't really really need or really really want but I'll just say I was like, that's fine. I mean, you know, I'm sorry that you know, that's what That's you know that maybe your budgets not there or you know, whatever it is. But this is what you get. This is the value this is you know, whatever and they're like so one person like so that's it come out here to show you. I'm just here to help I might I might here to sell you anything if you want to join a program that I have you want me to coach you I'm going to work with you with the cost cuz I know my value. And those wasn't pressured into anything like no, I don't pressure in anything and I'll tell him like I don't need your money. I don't need this phone with the sale is not correct numbers..

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04:58 min | 2 years ago

"petia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"I started to listen to a positive affirmations meditation audio books and I was brainwashing myself. That was the moment that everything starts. Yep. Change and it wasn't like. Oh cool. Now I want to live and I will listen to this and I will so much better. It's to Pierre's for me to be where I am. But that was the first off stepping stone. That show me that there is something different that there is a possibility there is a hope and that's what I truly needed on my journey. I needed the whole I needed to know something else. It's possible for me. So that's what really start shaping my journey and curiosity about personal development and self-healing and energy and all these things that I never heard of before. That was the biggest shift in my life. Wow, people can relate to that. There's a lot of didn't realize about affirmations and there's a lot that we do now. There wasn't popular ten or twenty years ago. You know if you were a yogi people like oh, here we go. But like a lot of people do it. Now, you know, that's what we call woo. Woo today, like a little woo-woo, you know might have been looked at as they're a little crazy. It's crazy people running around Thursday, but now it's socially acceptable and and there's actually truth behind it and there's science behind and didn't it's more widely accepted which I think it's amazing wage. But I've had Ricky Masters on the show. I've had energy healers on the show and just talking about that stuff twenty years ago. It would have been shunned wage and be like get out of here with that crazy stuff. You know now people want to know about like well, what is that? It's nothing new. It's been around a while, you know. For centuries centuries, I find interesting. Yes. Yep. I find fascinating. I'm like gee what changed. The market penetration change, you know what I think that it it it's really about like the collective Consciousness, you know, when one person starts like lying about something and says the two other person and other person it starts growing and when you raise that knowing knowledge and Consciousness, it will start raising kids, you know, even in the people that they never heard of it before so I think it's really goes back to Collective Consciousness and all of us Awakening and opening ourselves, like really being open to a new ways of seeing the world because up until now what we have done. It's not it might kept us alive and surviving but really it didn't allow them to be driving so we are now going back and we're going back to the basics because we're like, okay we have tried this this didn't work what else could work and we start to look around like oh, yep. For doing these couple thousand years to go like west of give it a try, right. So yeah, it might be neither marketing because everything is now online and you have access to learn about everything in life monthly and.

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05:01 min | 2 years ago

"petia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Radio. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here today with you. I'm excited for many reasons but a lot of people right now are trying to figure out how.

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

"petia" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Welcome to life transformation radio. This show is all about lights Transformations and our Journeys from where we were to why we are doing what we are doing today, discuss the hiccups the roller coasters and the Blood Sweat and Tears that.