35 Burst results for "Phillips"

Justin Turner hits 2 HRs, Dodgers beat Padres 3-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Justin Turner hits 2 HRs, Dodgers beat Padres 3-1

"Justin Turner Homer twice and drove in all of the Dodger runs in a three to one win over the Padres Turner went deep off Joe musgrove with a solo shot in the second inning and a two run blast in the 7th not going up there trying to hit homers just trying to put together a good at bat and hit Paul hard somewhere and got a couple pretty good night that went over the fence After scoring the game's first run in the first inning San Diego was shut down the rest of the way by Dodger starter Mitch white and for relievers Evan Phillips got the win must grove lasted 7 innings and took the loss he drops to 8 and two Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Dinesh Addresses the Latest Fact-Check of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 4 d ago

Dinesh Addresses the Latest Fact-Check of '2000 Mules'

"The latest fact check on 2000 mules, this is a funny one. It's written by a guy named will Nevin. Assistant professor and program coordinator for communications media. This is actually ironic because we're going to examine his ability to communicate, which let's just say is not superior. But why should it be? He's after all, at Alabama, a and M university. Now, I guess that's where you go after you graduate from night school, Alabama, a and M university, you're a come. I've heard of Texas a and M everyone has, but Alabama and I'm really anyway, every university does have to hire professors and I guess they found this guy somewhere. So he claims the quote experts have thoroughly debunked the claims of 2000 meals blah blah blah. That's just the news world recycled boilerplate. And then he goes, but even though it's been debunked, there's an interesting moment. And he goes, yeah, it doesn't mean the film is without some interesting moments or rather an interesting moment. He finds only one moment in the film that interests him, and what is that? Well, it's a scene involving what in the movie is called dog guy. Now let's imagine the scene here, and I'm just quoting from the movie here. We see a guy with a dog and Catherine engelbrecht says he's got the ballots under his arm, now he's got the rest he pulled out of the bag. You can see all this going on. So clearly something fishy and corrupt is going on. You've got a guy with a backpack of ballots who's pulling them out and stuffing into the box. And then Phillips then says, and he's going to get his camera ready to take the pictures as he puts them in there, and if you consider the brazenness of this, it's in the middle of the day. Now, the professor, this is will Nevin weighs in to say, the film claims without evidence that the procedure for mules included taking pictures of ballots in order to be paid excluding more reasonable explanations like, say, people sharing pictures of their participation in democracy on social

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Dinesh Examines Bill Barr's Jan. 6 Committee Testimony

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:34 min | Last week

Dinesh Examines Bill Barr's Jan. 6 Committee Testimony

"I have a commented before on Bill Barr chuckling and goth falling about 2000 mules and talking about the unreliability of geo tracking and I don't want to revisit that here. What I hadn't discussed was some further comments that Bill Maher made a little further down in his presentation to the January 6th committee, and I want to read them and comment upon them now. Bill Barr says the other thing, the other thing that people don't understand is that it's not clear that even if you can show harvesting. Harvesting. That this changes the or the results of the election. The courts are not going to throw out votes and then figure out what votes for harvested and throw them out. You'd still, the burden on the challenging party to show that illegal votes were cast votes were the result of undue influence or bribes, or there was really, you know, the person was non compos mentis. But absent that evidence I just didn't see courts throwing out votes anyway. So what's bar saying here? He's saying, look, maybe the vote harvesting is illegal. But who knows who the votes were cast for? And who knows if these were legal or illegal ballots in the first place? And unless you how you can independently prove where the ballots came from and what kind of way they were obtained, courts are not going to throw them out. So my first point is, fair enough, and there is a way to prove those things. In other words, if you go talk to the mules and you arrest the mules, they're going to then fess up and tell you that they got the ballots from the nonprofit organizations. And then if you raid the nonprofit organizations and bring them under scrutiny, they're going to tell you, we got the ballots of these ballots at nursing homes. We got some ballots at housing complexes where we had the residents sign and we had the ballots then sent not to them, but to us we felt them out. So in other words, there are plenty of ways. Law enforcement does this all the time. They know something is amiss. There is a logical path for them to investigate. They do investigate. So what's remarkable is you have somebody who was the chief law enforcement officer who should know that there's a pathway to answering his own questions. And yet he acts like, well, we're not going to take the first step because we're going to rely on Catherine engelbrecht Greg Phillips and dinesh d'souza to produce all the evidence.

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 Police: Amazon fisherman confesses to killing missing pair

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police: Amazon fisherman confesses to killing missing pair

"A fisherman has confessed to killing a British journalist and an indigenous expert in Brazil's remote Amazon a federally investigator says he took police to a site where human remains were recovered Police said at a news conference in the Amazon city of manaus that the prime suspect in the case confessed Tuesday night and detailed what happened to freelance reporter Don Phillips and Bruno Pereira of Brazil who went missing on the 5th of June The federal investigator said Amarillo da Costa de la Vera nicknamed palato told officers he used a firearm to kill the pair He also said there's no way they would have got to that spot that quickly without the confession

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Judge, Higashioka HRs power Yanks over Rays 4-3, 13th win 14

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge, Higashioka HRs power Yanks over Rays 4-3, 13th win 14

"The Yankees used the long ball to lengthen their latest winning streaks by topping the race four to three The win was the Yankees 13th straight at home 6 straight overall and lifted them 30 games over a 500 with exactly 100 games still to play Aaron judge homered in the first to put New York up one nothing his major league leading 25th of the season Then a less likely power source catcher Kyle higashioka hit just his third Homer a three run shot in the 5th There's some days where other people are gonna have to step up and we have the kind of team that you know guys can do that So you know it's just we know that that needs to happen The race close to within four three in the 8th and had two runners on base but Lucas litke got Brett Phillips to fly out to preserve the lead Tom Arian New

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Authorities Find Belongings of Missing Journalist and Expert in Amazon

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Authorities Find Belongings of Missing Journalist and Expert in Amazon

"The search for an indigenous expert and a journalist who disappeared in a remote area of Brazil's Amazon continues following the discovery of a backpack and other personal belongings submerged in a river The items have been taken by federal police officers by boat to Italia do not the closest city to the search authorities saying they've identified the items as belonging to the missing men including a health card and clothes of Bruno Pereira the Brazilian indigenous expert a firefighter has told reporters the backpack identified as belonging to Britain DOM Phillips was found tied to a tree that was half submerged is

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Pair's disappearance in Brazil's Amazon tied to 'fish mafia'

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Pair's disappearance in Brazil's Amazon tied to 'fish mafia'

"The disappearance of a British journalist and an indigenous official has pointed a police investigation to an international illegal fishing network freelance journalist Don Phillips and indigenous official Bruno perdera were last seen a week ago as they were returning from the saur Raphael community to the nearby city of atalaia do Norte but they never arrived Helicopters hovered overhead as the army the navy civil defense state police and indigenous volunteers had been mobilized in the search police discovered human remains which they said they were still analyzing Local mayor Dennis paeva vowed for the truth to come out for what is a peaceful community sustained by fishing I hope the truth will come out the truth needs to be said There's no history of violence here It's a municipality where most of the people 80% survive by fishing activities The illegal scheme is run by local businessmen who pay fishermen to enter the javari valley catch fish and deliver it to them I'm Karen Chammas

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'2000 Mules': Documentary's Message Resonates With Voters

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:36 min | 3 weeks ago

'2000 Mules': Documentary's Message Resonates With Voters

"Please go. There he is as my guy. Good job. How's your new show going good? Very well. I heard good. Thank you. Yes, indeed. Thank you, mister president for asking, did you catch our interview with president Trump just over a week ago? He was on the show for almost 40 minutes. We blew through. Who needs breaks? We blew through the brakes because we had so much fun with him. It's up on rumble. You've got to see it. Rumble dot com slash sev goker that's rumbled dot com slash SEB. We talked about everything. The economy, his second term, the bench. You don't want to miss it. Likewise, you don't want to miss a trip to Israel later this year with our super productive Salem colleague dinesh d'souza and his lovely wife Debbie. We are going to the Holy Land to walk where our lord and save your walk the earth, even if you've been to Israel before it doesn't matter because you haven't been with me and dinesh will be there standing on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. It's going to be the trip of a lifetime. I'm not vaccinated and I'm going. They've got no restrictions. They've dropped them all. So you've got no excuse. Reserve your seats today called 5 6 5 55 19. That was far too quick slow down gorka. 8, 5, 5, 5, 6, 5, 55, 19, stand with Israel to dot com stand with Israel to dot com and as if by magic, who have we got with us today, dinesh d'souza, yes, indeed dinesh. We've been trying for weeks to get you back on the show so delighted that the success of 2000 years has made it difficult to get you back on, but you're with us right now. Welcome back to America first. Thanks, have really appreciate it. And yeah, boy, you know, when we released the movie, it seemed we were facing so many obstacles and then on top of that, the reluctance of Fox to even mention the movie, but it seems like we've been able to navigate around all that and I'm really thrilled that this new Rasmussen survey that came out say because Rasmussen is good. Are you tweeting it out? I retweeted it, explained to our millions of listeners what this poll said. So I actually had asked the Rasmussen guys, would they be interested in bringing in a kind of a focus group that would look at 2000 meals, independent voters, just to see the impact of the movie on people who are not committed politically one way or the other. And they go, well, we have an even better idea. We'll just do a national survey on 2000 mules and ask people, are they Republicans, Democrats, independents? Have they seen the movie? Have they heard about it? And if they've seen the movie, what is the impact of the movie in convincing them or not convincing them? Whether or not the election was stolen, whether or not there was systematic fraud. And what I found amazing is that not just a majority of Republicans, but a sizable majority of Democrats and independents who have seen the movie were persuaded by it that there was systematic fraud in the 2020 election. Wow. Wow, that's stunning. Look, I am so honored that you asked me to be part of it. You had a genius idea to bring your Salem colleagues to a room, show them the evidence that you, Catherine, and Greg Phillips, found and then film our reactions and make it part of the movie. It is now the most successful political documentary of over a decade more than a million downloads in the first 6 days over a 100,000 DVDs mailed

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A Potential Crackdown in Arizona of the Democrats' Criminal Cartel

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

A Potential Crackdown in Arizona of the Democrats' Criminal Cartel

"Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips of true the vote were in Arizona yesterday for a hearing called by Karen fan, the head of the Arizona Senate. Now the Democrats were screaming, oh, we have been big important problems to deal with in Arizona. Why are we talking about this? Well, the reason we're talking about this is this is one of the, if not the most important problem in Arizona and in other places, and it seems like true the votes testimony was very powerfully received. In other words, they received a there was a big crowd. And there were a lot of legislators there. And people like Kerry Lake, with candidate for governor, was there. But also others, their Kelly Townsend, and Debbie lesko. And there was a sort of sense that all of this is bringing it home because through the vote was very specific about what they found in Arizona. They gave a level of detail that goes beyond 2000 mules. A level of specificity will be talking about maps and streets and at one point very comically someone brought up the fact that geolocation is regularly used to find someone who's broken down in a highway to find a phone that's missing and Greg Phillips goes, well, yeah, what you're describing to The Washington Post is like sheer magic. They have no idea how this can even happen. They're very skeptical it happens at all. And what I found remarkable was that they were legislators there who hadn't seen some of this evidence. Evidently, we haven't seen the movie, but when they saw the evidence, they just got super fired up. There was one, I think Vietnamese guy, who is a state representative. And he's like, he was essentially like, first of all, he knows he comes himself from a communist country. So he's seen the way in which elections are turned into they're just rigged from the top. And he goes, he goes, I'm not putting up with any of this over here. People need to be locked up. So he was absolutely persuaded and persuaded to call for action.

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True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

"The stash houses. What's the story of the stash houses? Well, it's a good question. And I understand the hesitancy because you're dealing with massive potential legal ramifications here, right? There are, I think, are broader point is to maintain the integrity of any investigation that might go forward. It's really important that we not taint it with some wild allegation and say, if there's ten of them and they only find that's true with 7 of them, oh, I totally appreciate that. Right. I mean, that's a huge, but San Luis Arizona. We had a little bit of a law enforcement busting up in one of them and there's one. So but let's talk more broadly and the specifics will eventually come out. What is involved in a stash house, right? So at least in my mind, I see a bunch of kind of like mass low wage laborers at 2 a.m. like putting things in basket or bags. What happens in a stash house? I mean, all these kind of very, I don't know, clandestine images come to mind. Like, what is a stash house? Well, so all we can really go on is what we have been told by whistleblowers and witnesses and they're actually it takes a lot of different forms. We have information that suggests people go out and going through neighborhoods and taking ballots out of mailboxes, we have other instances where it's being reported that people will bring in their ballots and exchange for payment. We have, we have stories of ballots being bundled from elsewhere and being brought in. So there's all manner of ways that ballots come in. Our constant refrain throughout all of this is, and that's why it should be investigated. We are close to the extent of what we can do. It is now to law enforcement to investigate this.

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Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips on Geo Tracking Technology

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips on Geo Tracking Technology

"But let's kind of start from square one just to kind of refresh our audience. Both of you went and did the tough work to go get the pings or the geolocation technology that anybody could access if they had the money to do so. Is that correct? Yeah, there's a whole lot of data brokers out there. I think there's 40 or so data brokers out there, some of them are quality, some of them are not. In our case, we use a specific set of data brokers buy from different ones. We get different types of signals. We get a different range of signal. Put them all together. Of course, all the media once talked about is, well, you can't do that with cell phone towers and okay, well, it's not self from towers. So what do they mean? What do they mean by that when they say that? The old technology around sort of GIS proper would end your cell phone would triangulate a signal around towers. And that triangulation depending on how many towers there were or whatever there was. It might or might not be accurate. We just don't use that technology. So they're all a little confused. And kath and I ask that anybody can access it meaning that you didn't use some sort of government clearance, right? This is out there for the world if they had the means to be able to actually get stepped through it as well. Yeah, absolutely. It's out there and it's been out there for a number of years. And it's impacts all of us every single day, whether we know it or not. Yeah, and turning it off on your phone is very unlikely. We're getting tracked all the time. You even say in the movie that you could be tracked with your phone off, which is extraordinary. And so this technology is out there, and it's been used by law enforcement for other projects. Talk about that. Well, I mean, I think the most notable of late is the January 6th event. The government was quick to embrace, as was many of the corporate media, quick to embrace the use of the geospatial technology that now they have used as a backdrop to arrest and imprison many Americans. So the accuracy clearly was something that law enforcement looked kindly upon. And in that situation.

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Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:27 min | Last month

Charlie Sits Down With True the Vote's Catherine E. and Gregg P.

"Welcome back what a special treat we have and we're gonna go deep into the data, the evidence and the story behind what many of you have been asking us about. And so first we have cap and engelbrecht and Greg Phillips from true the vote, true the vote dot org. Dot org. Thanks for having us. Of course. And everybody should support through the vote and get behind them in any way you can. Some of you are familiar with Katherine and Gregg because of the movie that you saw 2000 mules, but you must understand the data and the research and all of that was made possible because of true the vote dot org. So you want to make sure you guys check it out and support that. Katherine Greg, welcome back. Thanks for having us. Yeah, thanks, Charlie. So you guys are here in Arizona. What are you up to? We have a hearing this afternoon in the Senate, so we are looking forward to making a presentation about a lot of what's covered in 2000 mules and some new stuff. And so Greg, I hear there's been some indictments. Is that right? Yeah, there have a few arrests earlier than a plea deal and another plea deal. I understand that maybe something court tomorrow been down there interviewing a bunch of folks, confiscating computers, cell phones, all manner of stuff going on. Did your data lead to those indictments? You know, I think that it augmented everything that was already happening. I think that the fact that the agreement was made the day after the movie was released, it was pretty interesting. And maybe we'll know a little bit more when it goes to court tomorrow.

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Will the Sheriff of Yuma Take Necessary Action on the Mules?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Will the Sheriff of Yuma Take Necessary Action on the Mules?

"A lot of times when people see the movie, they're like dinesh, what's going to happen next? Are there any law enforcement authorities that are going to act on the information in the film? And it turns out that there is a new investigation. It's a criminal investigation, it is in Yuma county, Arizona, it's been publicly announced by the sheriff of Yuma and there are some reports, although I have been verified them that the sheriff has already done some raids on nonprofits, kind of votes stash houses in Yuma. This has been reported by gateway pundit, although like I say, I read through the article that wasn't positive if this has already happened, or if it's going to happen. Now, interestingly, the left, the reporters for an Arizona gun running to the sheriff and said, did you start this investigation based on 2000 mules? And the sheriff goes, no. He goes, quote, he's ongoing investigations are based upon facts and evidence regarding violations of Arizona statutes. And then interestingly, he says that this has been part of an investigation going on for a year. And then he goes, I have not communicated with any individuals who have because of quote supposed inspiration from a documentary film. So the sheriff is basically saying, I didn't see 2000 mules and jump into action. I've been working on this for a year. Now, a couple of things it should be. No, the number one, no one was talking about paid ballot trafficking until 2000 meals came out. And number two, the mule that we interview, the Greg Phillips interviews in the film, is from San Luis in Yuma county. Through the vote has been investigating in Yuma for months.

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Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:00 min | Last month

Dinesh Continues His Dissection of NPR's '2000 Mules' Critique

"I'm continuing my discussion or perhaps dissection is the right word of Tom rice box article in NPR. A pro Trump film suggests it's data so accurate it solved a murder. That's false. Before I go on, I want to point out, look at how desperate these guys are, right? This quote solving of a murder. We didn't say we solved the murder, but nevertheless, is totally peripheral to election fraud. It's only used to show that the same geo tracking techniques that could be useful in solving a murder or helping to solve a murder are the same techniques applied to ballot trafficking. But NPR is so eager. I mean, they have so little to attack in the movie, they're like, let's take this case, which is unrelated to ballot trafficking, the Sequoia Turner case, and let us see if we can take it apart and it's granular detail. And so they sat with a certain kind of ahab like determination to try to do that and the effect is, well, let's just see what it is. Now, this is how this is the kind of false sleuth posture that reporter drives back likes to strike up. So he goes, in the episode of the podcast promoting the film, d'souza said Phillips and engelbrecht provided their analysis to the FBI, which turned the data over to the Georgia bureau of investigation, the GBI. Now, NPR contacted the GBI to fact check this claim. Great. Let's see what happens. Quote. The JBA did not receive information from true the vote that connected to the Sequoia Turner investigation said Nellie miles the GBI director of the office of public and governmental affairs. Wait, Tom drives back himself, wrote three sentences earlier that the information was not given to the GBI, but was given to the FBI. And the FBI turned over the information not necessarily with any attribution to true the vote, the FBI is going to look at the data itself. The FBI turns the data over to the GBI. So when the GBI says we didn't get information from truth to vote, true, nobody gave the GBI information directly. The information was given as noted above to the FBI. And then to get even more ridiculous, the writer, Tom dry spot goes quote, an attorney for Sakura Turner's family told NPR they had never heard of the angle bricks and Phillips analysis either. What? What would the family of the victims have to do with any of this? What would they how would they have knowledge of where this information came from? Let's say I go and give information to the FBI, which then gives it to the GBI. Why would I expect that the turnover family would be on the inside of this as the FBI and the GBI regularly sit down with victims families, by the way, we got some tips from here. Let's show you the data. You can no they don't do any of

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Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last month

Charlie Sits Down With Georgia Senator David Purdue

"There are some very important races coming up and one in particular that we want to highlight for you is a contentious gubernatorial primary. It's happening in the great state of Georgia, love Georgia and great people there. Unfortunately, they have a horrendous governor, and with us right now is someone former senator from Georgia, who is primarying the sitting governor of Georgia, who is no longer a senator largely because of the sitting governor of Georgia, and that is David perdue, who is in a very contentious primary against governor Brian Kemp. Senator perdue, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, good to see you again, man. Thanks for everything you're doing. Well, thank you. We did everything we could to try to push you across the finish line in that runoff. I believe that you would have avoided that runoff if the state of Georgia would have been run properly from an election standpoint with governor Kemp tell us why you decided to launch this primary, a primary campaigns can be very difficult, especially against incumbents, talk about that, while you're running and how is the race going? Well, sure. Thanks for coming down to George at that time. We had the whole world to send down here and you guys really made a difference. I should have never been in that runoff. This race was rigged and stolen in November 2020. Our current governor was Secretary of State for 9 years. He was governor for four. He's never enforced voting law in Georgia. He allowed a consent decree to go through that change voter ID on absentee ballots. He allowed 7 and a half million empty ballots to be mailed out to every registered voter. He allowed drop boxes and he allowed the change in the rule that allowed Zuckerberg to put $55 million into 9 Democrat counties. Everything I just mentioned is outside the law. So they violated the law by allowing all that to happen. And then afterwards, when I asked for a special session to get at to the problems before the runoff to fix these things, he denied that. I went to court, they denied that. I even asked for the resignation of our Secretary of State, I got so frustrated. Brad raffensperger. And since then, as you've pointed out, with Greg Phillips and Catherine inglebright in the ballot trafficking data, there is a hard evidence right now that governor has been covering this data and now is suppressing that evidence. And this is one of the reasons I

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.

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Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | Last month

Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

"Catherine dinesh had this brilliant idea to fly all of us Salem hosts who weren't involved in the collecting of the data out to California to see a sample of what you and Greg had done. And then to get our reaction on tape and then to add it to the movie 2000 mules. One thing that my daily beloved Dennis prager had problems with and I had to explain to him on camera is how this is the perfect crime because of the envelope into which the mail in ballot is placed, which is put into the Dropbox or mailed into the polling station. Which means when there's nobody there physically voting, the envelope arrives, the ballot is taken out of the envelope that identifies who should have sent it, who it belongs to. And once it's taken out, that's it. Chain of custody is broken because there's no way to connect that ballot with who was supposed to have filled it out. In that way, isn't this the perfect crime Catherine? Yes, absolutely. And never more so than in 2020 when they removed the very few checks and balances that did exist. They removed to security standards around signature verification. They were quick to take those ballots out of the drop boxes and mix them into the general population of early voting at polling places. And so there was literally no way to unring the bill.

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Majors is making sure that I'm putting out content on a consistent basis because again, that's the signal right? That's the signal that's going to amplify my message and attract people that are interested in this. Right. When I when I put the key words into this video, which will be something are excuse me into this podcast will be something about the power of discipline or Discipline. Can Create the experiences that you want something to that effect, and then put it out. There becomes a piece of evergreen content that will always be searchable and will drive traffic back to my youtube channel and move forward. So anyway, that's that's the that's that's the goal right there. So and that's what I'm always preaching to people because like I said I've seen it happening in my own experience, my own business and I've seen it over and. Over again, for other people where they just create that content grant, Cardona topics of hammering the list which I always cringe when I hear that he's talking about hammering his email list and they do hammered and believe me I'm on that list and it's it's beneficial but I don't like that idea of hammering the list. What I use is love on my list I want I love on my list and I send a weekly email out. Every week to the people on my list if you're a subscriber, thank you so much hopefully that email is valuable to you. But my intention with that email is to love and support you on your journey and share knowledge and wisdom that I feel will be helpful to you. Right just a little reminders and insights and ideas that I've come across on my own journey or that have worked for me or that are some nuggets that I pull out of the books. I read are the courses I read it. But, that's my way you know I just I it's a very different different approach for me grand. Cardona says own guy learn law from him. He's super valuable to me, but I don't like that idea of hammer the list, right? I WANNA love on my list and so. To that point, if you haven't subscribed to my email list I want to invite you to do that as an incentive to entice you to do that. I want to give you a collection of tools that I call tools for conscious creators. This is an ongoing tool I'm an ongoing collection that I'm always adding to but the idea behind this is based on the idea that when you fix your thinking, you're GonNa, fix your. As said it. You know she doesn't fix problems. She fixes her thinking in the problems fixed themselves. We create from within right life in our experience is a mirror of what's happening within us and so when we tune up the way we think and feel we're going to be tuning up. Various. Right. But it's you but we don't work in the outer world we work in the inner world with our beliefs and our expectations and the consciousness right Emmet Fox said that life is consciousness. And so that collection of tools is all designed to help you create the experiences that you want. It's all about being a conscious creator right and I'm always adding tools to that. There's some cool stuff in there. All those things are tools that I use myself. In fact I created them for me but I want to share them with you because we're all the same right we're all slaying different demons but the same type of demons, right overcoming limiting beliefs and fears, and doubts, and anxiety and worry, and all those kind of things that get into our race mind right the the mind that is rooted in this physical world, that is is a good tool. But not a very good master speaking of the Robin Sharma. Robin. Sharma says that it's a great tool but not a good master don't let your mind be your master. So go check that out at G. Mark Phillips Dot Com you can sign up there and be sure to put me on your white list or your safe females. There's instructions on how to do that in the welcome email. So you can get those weekly emails unsubscribe at any time. If you feel it's not serving you I. know there are a lot of emails out there but my intent. is to give you the very best the best spiritual metaphysical and intellectual knowledge to support and help you on your journey so that you can be doing have more of what you want. That's my hogan with my email process and really the underlying kind of foundation of my businesses to help you have and get more of what you want, and so that's the first thing I wanNA I. WanNa remind you of to sign email list the other thing before. We wrap up here I want to invite you to check out my courses so far there are two courses in my offering and one coming called the focus and flow journaling process, which I'm thrilled about the courses that are currently available are twenty one ways to radically enhance the human experience. That's of course, it kind of encapsulates and shares maybe twenty ish years of studying knowledge and kind of gives you an big downloaded the the pdf itself is ten pages. And then it comes with a poster you can put in your personal development binder. That's that's the core I course the second course that I developed and it was actually on you to me for a while. But I've since pulled it down and I'm adding new bonus modules and tweaking it quite a bit to make it more robust and full and more specifically targeted to my audience, and that is called the seven pillars of personal development, and that again is all about developing your relationship with yourself because you we know that our relationship with our south. Our relationships with other people and experiential in general right and it's the the seven most important aspect of developing your relationship with yourself that I've discovered on my journey including I'm going to be creating a bonus core bonus content that is gonna blow your socks off and I know that's a tall statement, but it really will and this is based. On another thing on the other underlying thing that I study, which is self concept and self image right? If there's one lever or one button to push, it is focus on developing who you need to be in what you need to be so that you can take the right action that will eventually get you the results that you want. This is what's You know moved me down the road in my life past the fear pass it out past the worry of doing of sharing my love and passion in the world, which is this creating content. Starting at podcast having an interview based show I always wondered an interview based show, but I was one I didn't know how to do it too. I was fearful and frightened to do it, and the more that I developed the concept in integrate that idea into Mike self concept the easier it gets and the more it just flows naturally as an expression of who I am right because I'm developing that I'm am building that self concept muscle in that way so that it happened that way hugely powerful. Other people have talked about Maxwell malts talked a lot about it Never. God talked about it. Joseph Cambell all of these people talk about it i? Honestly. That's why I wrote the book just be it and on the two part children's series the magic of being. That's the most important thing talk about from the last twenty, five years of study. If there's one thing that's the thing work on yourself concept on a consistent daily basis, right out the qualities of who you want to be and what you WanNa be right and the new module that is going to be going up into just be it is all about specifically like who you already are not necessarily who you want to become because that's valuable. Right was as we reach and we stretch into developing certain aspects of ourselves. But..

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"You can do all of that on your own. Because most of the information we go over you can find on the Internet but when when you have somebody who has who understands the processes and oftentimes has been there done that. They bring those those experiences to the table. So that the new springboard and you're not having to spend years trying to put it together you get to spend months putting putting it together and having the same change that they've been through themselves so true absolutely. That's that's the real value right there. Isn't it yeah. Yeah yeah well I think today in this day and age back to the idea of knowledge you know it used to be that before you know you could google anything and find it out. In split-second people did have people who had knowledge and experience. That was their ace in the hole but nowadays when the knowledge is prevalent to everybody. Then it's like okay the ill loses its value and then the real value comes in in being able to like rewire ourselves. Doesn't it's like a new way of a new way of being. Yes yes and it really comes down to the relationship you know. Oh and how do you create relationships that motivates people to want to change and that impact. That's empowering right right. It's I think it's that continual process of yes. I'm GonNa teach you some things but also I'm going to empower you and I'm going to help you see how how amazing you are an how wonderful you are and how you can reach any goal and do anything that you Have thought thought that you might want to do you know and so that's really. I think we're the POW where the difference comes. It's a piece of. It is in the knowledge the biggest piece of it is the empowerment components. And it's hard to get empowered in a single state you know. Empowerment oftentimes often talents between connection with others totally. Yeah then name reflecting back at you like you said your way. You're thinking and different experiences. uh-huh yeah you definitely definitely need each other in in so many ways because of that. Yes absolutely I want to chat briefly about this idea You know that's come up a couple of times in our conversation Because I think it's really critical in going back to this idea of too big of change too fast vast and being overwhelmed and Making these kind of micro changes because again I just think I think that. Stop so many people they they have a goal in their mind kind of all. I want 'cause it's nice to paint a picture of how he won our lives to be but then addressing that deep chasm that exists between where we are and where we're going. I think some people just go well. What's the point right? But so what are some ways that you keep people. Keep your clients into this this kind of gradual process. I know you've touched on a few but I just think it's really critical for people to be aware that. Hey it is like baby steps big time to get where you're going So I think it's a combination of things it's First of all we have to have that big goal. What's the big dream right because there's no that's it's really what they're wanting but then it's breaking it down into smaller goals and smaller successes and creating those successes quickly right so then that builds on okay? I can do this one small thing but I think oftentimes what what happens for people if they you know. Let's say I make it in. You know fifty thousand a year right now and I WANNA make three hundred thousand next year. Will we have to get clear on what are all the processes. If Michael is just I WANNA make three hundred thousand dollars And I don't have any idea around on what that looks like then I'm GonNa stop completely and I'm not GonNa do anything about it except have this dream that I wanna make three hundred thousand dollars and so really backtracking it Starting with some and we always start with the mindset piece because it's those thoughts what's that get in our head that Keep us from moving forward so starting with the mindset piece but then also breaking it down into smaller pieces and okay okay. Maybe that's your five year dream and for the next year. What's your next year dream? And how are we going to get you that much. Closer to the five year Dream Name and then in the next three months. What are we going to accomplish to get you that much closer and then again breaking down by month by week? Hey I like it Tell me about your your ideal client if you have one or what. What kind of experience around that you you have? So I'm my ideal client is Women who are really looking for transformation women who No there is an inner superhero inside of them but they have just gotten to the space in life where they have been saying yes to so many other people have forgotten about themselves and and are ready to suit up and put their Cape on and create the life that they want for themselves. What about Future projects projects or future things on your list of things to implement or to be bigger service bigger impact in the world anything on the horizon either nearer far. You're yes so I'm looking at pulling together a weekend. Retreat I think as women we we don't don't do enough connecting with each other and really having meaningful connections so I'm working on pulling together a weekend retreat and I'm hoping My goal is this summer that will be putting that on And then yeah and then pulling together some Some Group coaching sessions. So again community is better for Healing and making progress quickly than individual in S. Not Better but it's another avenue for it and Suran is a different. It's different type two. It gives more different perspectives. Doesn't exactly exactly so pulling together some Group coaching but really my goal is helping women connect and understand that we all have fear we all have. We've all been to those places that feel really deepen dark and scary. And and they aren't as deep dark and scary as we think they are and so creating space for that to happen. I love it. I love that I gotTa tell. Oh you again back to this idea of like you mentioned the retreat on. Sounds like an awesome thing again. It's so simple. Things that Heke Nieve us can get away but when it's done and gives us the space to change and transform and grow. That's when again back to invaluable right. You know that giving you're giving yourself time to do those things where usually on people's to do list. It's not okay. Take an hour out of the day to tune in and check. TUCK myself right. There's no time for that. We don't make time for that as much as we should exactly exactly and so. This is will really be about making time to do that. Making time to you. Connect we get so ungrounded and so creating space to ground ourselves and to learn how to ground ourselves and to Have Community and start creating community into no. I'm not alone in this process. I'm not alone own in this feeling of you know whereas my life gotten me or am I in this space is really important. It is another great idea topic that you've brought up. Is this idea that we're not alone at super good. I'm glad you said that because that's how it happens when we when when we kind of struggle and try to do it ourselves we think okay. I'm the only one going through this. But when you hear twenty other people are like Oh I feel a a little better exactly and I have some tools at the end of the weekend that I can take home and not only do. I have tools but I have new friends that I have met. Who have gone through the same thing that I can reach out to and And I've got a plan for myself and I have a vision for myself and and I've rejuvenated. I have been in nature. I have spent some time away from everything that's feels like. It's chaos producing thing in my life and I've been able to get centered again so true so true so as we wrap up here. Why don't you share how people can get in touch with a sheriff as as many ways as that you would like us to know? And I'll also include this information in the show notes at G.. Mark Phillips Dot Com so people can find it beneath your episode. But give us tell us where people can get in touch with you to learn more about your work retreats all that stuff wonderful thank you yes so you can go to my website. The site it's Denise Johnson Dot Com or you can email me at denise at Denise.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"One thirty nine of enhancing human human experience. I'm so glad you tuned in today. This is the first episode of the New Year and before we get into the to the episode today and talk with Denise Johnson. I'm going to go over a couple of items just housekeeping stuff. Get you up to date on some changes that's happening and then we'll dive into the interviewed. Super Good I know you're going to enjoy great so for starters. You may have noticed that. The podcast aren't coming out every week for the time being. I'm release one episode per month. And and we'll see how that goes moving forward because I'm really putting a lot more time and energy into video content which you can find at YouTube dot com slash gs Mark Phillips and. That's going to be the direction for the near future. We'll see how it goes. The podcast will never go away but it's just changing a little bit The frequency quincy is going to be changing. So just keep that in. Mind if you don't see episodes every week that's why the other thing I want to mention and remind you of is if if you haven't downloaded tools for conscious creators from my website. G MARK PHILLIPS DOT COM. You can do that for free. What these are are the the best ideas from knowledge and wisdom from spiritual metaphysical even intellectual all the books all of the things that I've Kinda Kinda ran across it on my journey to create simple and effective tools? To help you be a more conscious creator in and actually do the things you came here to create the things you came here to create and leave them in this physical world right. Let them come through you into the world so these are really powerful tools. I've been using these for years ears and they've really helped so much and I know that you're GonNa get a lot of value out of them as well. Here's how you can pick them up. You can go to Gy- MARK PHELPS DOT com when you sign up for my mailing list which you'll also receive podcast updates blog posts things like that. Whenever I publish them there is a link in the email? The welcome email there when you sign up for the list that will allow you to download these tools and every tool will have a version number currently at version one point. Oh as I'm uploading these tools into this collection but over time as I refined the tool tweak the tools and change the tools which I do all the time you can check and make sure that you have the most current version and getting the maximum benefit out of that tool so again you know I find these tools to be really valuable to me on my journey and I think he will as well so that's available at G.. Mark Phillips Dot Com when you sign up for my mailing list all right. Let's talk talk about my guest today. So Denise Johnson is a coach and counselor. She's also a friend of Jess Mitra. Just Mitra was my guest. A number number of podcasts ago and shared some really awesome insights all linked to her episode in the show notes APP beneath this Youtube video or g Mark Phillips Dot Com. But but in this episode denise and I really talk about you know the value of the coaching experience and and really the Intangible value of it right right the we talk a little bit about the knowledge but also about the accountability from it which I like we talked about. I feel is really invaluable when you're talking about a coaching experience variance client coach experience. So we talk about a lot of stuff like that. She shared some of her practices to stay tuned in to stay pushing into that. You know uncomfortable zone which we know everything we want and all the good things in life is waiting for us in that zone. You and I both know that. So there's so much goodness in this episode. I really think you're going to enjoy it.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Just check it out and see what you think like you say. All those are designed to help people get what they want. That's the that's the name name of the game right. How better experiences feel better create the prosperity and good feelings that they want some really excited about that all right? Let me tell you about my guest us today. So my guest today is David. Krantz and David is an EPA genetic health coach. He reached out to me recently and I invited him to be a guest asked on podcast. You know I'm all about getting the needle or the percentage as high as possible to eating the best foods foods and and like getting a little exercise getting the energy up feeling as good as I can now do. I sometimes eat junk food absolutely. Do I sometimes have alcohol Paul. Absolutely but my whole philosophy is getting that needle up as high as possible and getting the percentage as high as possible. So that when I do have a whatever you WANNA call it cheat day or craving that I can satisfy that craving and get back on the path and so I never feel guilty about this because the rock desert right whatever the rock does. I'm going to. I'm going to do as well so we talked about a little bit about that in the episode about cheap meals and kind of you know satisfying that craving you. You have on on occasion so I was thrilled to have David on and dive. Into what epigenetics is you know. I didn't really know what that was. I knew had something to do you with modifying our our genetic makeup and and again tipping those percentages more towards feeling better having better energy and you know activating certain I guess jeans our turning them on or turning them off with our diet and exercise and things like that a lot of goodness in this episode. I know you're going to enjoy it. So let's jump into the episode and see what David has to say and we'll talk about how you can get in touch with him at the end of the episode. How you can find his his website and his youtube videos? I've watched a number of his videos are super awesome. We'll also talk about the the blue light blocking glasses which I have a pair those news and there's a lot of goodness in this episode's let's jump in and have a conversation with David Krantz and genetic health coach. David thanks for joining me. I'm super excited. The chat about epigenetics in your work. Yes thanks for having me on Mark I'm really excited to chat with these wealthier. Absolutely so I think for starters. Let's start with.

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Doc because I think we're become recruit becoming less average and I think that a big a big spark of that really comes from the creative when you look at all music pizzas now when you think back to you know to to Mozart you know to the the salary days of where people are commissioning funds for singular purpose is to create new classical music in his new music it's a new style it's a new approach and some of them it's actually very challenging to hear and understand and there's some of it is is a little bit more in the basic classical genre but what you what you get the performances you get inspired because you hearing something you've never heard before and again that comes from patrons right that doesn't happen just getting in so what do they bring in composers musicians from all around the world many from many of them have NECA for Brooklyn but they have Columbus ties when they come back and they they create this amazing that's happening downtown in our Franklin Franklin area which was an area used to be called the bottom screen it was an area that no one would go to but now there's this creative resurgence happening there have creative studios design studios we have welding studios we have you imagine every every creative outlet has happened down space and it's amazing the energy is providing in in the revenue is bringing in the the the opportunities for the creative class in that downtown area and when again look at all these moments where you can do it one thing that's great about Columbus this is ending you know my wife Alex who is also a partner in our our agency she she's always been very very involved in community she's always given back always been involved and when we lived in Toronto it was no different she jumped in she wanted to be a part of the theater arts and music scene and jump in and help out with with methinks and she did she did but she she also found it's a lot harder you know that's a gigantic city with an established you know kind of hierarchy if you will you know when you when you're in a space like Columbus as much as it's a thriving arts community if you want to get in and be involved you can't and you can jump in and make a difference with great example of that is we had eight years there was a jazz in the park on Sundays and this is another moment where you know what budgets weren't looking good the sponsorships didn't happen any long so oh so those no longer jazz in the park on Sundays and it was such a magical thing to see every Sunday just people out on blankets listening to live jazz and Allen the huge music lover and community advocates said well we can't let them use stop and so she created the Goodale Park Music series and she did that on her own without any spots ships foundations but she pulled together business resources and networking that she had done to make this happen and still going strong it's been it's been going on for over ten years now and it's part of the fabric of the community and it's something that people look to for every son in in the summer on Sundays and it's exciting to see how so again that brings people together and you know not just music but now there's food trucks that come involved in people with crafts it's just it's a again that creative eighty that that the arts can create in the sense of community that the arts can create the sense of belonging or task it's interesting to connect the dots to what you were saying before about you know a creative person's ability to both you know come up with ideas and be inspired but also that and present the idea to sell the idea you think about you know Mozart you think about Monet Michelangelo had to sell the idea to get the money right it's hard time sheet you know how long did it take my good yes there mark but the idea that you know you you do have to appreciate the word you use patron you know it's not just the funder it's not just a client you know who paid for something but a patron sound so much more like a creative supporter and a you know that it's it's they're infusing some of their energy they not they met are you not be able to write the music or compose the music or perform the music but they love it and they're inspired by it so therefore they'll you know put their energy and support behind it what a terrific conversation really appreciate your time cabinet as we close I guess if you could summarize you know the source of this creative thinking and how you see things changing going forward you know how can we all be more creative how can we support each other across borders you know this world of creativity idea how do we see the rural be more open to creative ideas what what's your vision going forward I think you know first and foremost in order to create need to read write read novels read graphic novels comic books I don't care what you know what is your thing but gets gives the whether they be writers they were inspired by those who came before though you know they did not just come drop out of the womb into the world and they were you know instant mass you have a favorite book you've read that's you can I think Luke Sullivan I really love to follow him his exploits as we all know Luke Sullivan from the the Great Book whipple squeezed this.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Coming to you from Boise Idaho unseen the human experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where the the ideas come from and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives. Now here's your host Mark Phillips along with special guest interviewer marks Johnson welcome to another episode of a world of creativity this special series inside enhancing human experience I'm Mark Phillips Mark Welcome I'm mark Johnson and we have a terrific interview today and thinking about this idea of a world of creativity. I think there's a a nice double meanings that you know certainly the world there's global thinking global exchange of ideas and such but it's also the breadth of creativity in terms of you know how many things can you get involved in how many things do you work on how many experiences do we have to apply our creative thinking and our guest today on the episode just epitomizes that and we want to welcome Kevin Fox Kevin Welcome to the area well hello mark and mark thanks for having it does make it simple to know who to call out the brother but de que Kevin is running an enterprise now called Fox works and it's the real creative boutique kind of approach I'm sure he'll tell us more about it as we go but what I like about what Kevin's doing is really putting that sweater wet equity you know I I met Kevin when we were both working with a global communications agency concern so you know having that International Brett but being able now to sort of break away from the mothership but I should say that to say let's do it a little bit differently let's see about independently so that's what I like about what what Kevin's during we've shared some of those experiences in our careers well but Kevin Kevin as we get going I mean I I would be interested to know when we say a world of creativity what sort of international product you've lived in Toronto no no you you'll in Columbus now what other places and projects have you worked on that you know allow you to tap into that international aw sense of creativity well that's a great question I think it's been interesting to see when I first moved to Canada you know I'll be on it I I fell into this belief that hell different can it really be right that's just a little bit up north it's America's hat as we used to like But you know I was blown away actually culturally how different Toronto was from from the states not to mention than than how different Montreal was from Toronto in my time in Canada I was overseeing the Creator departments for both Toronto Office and Montreal Office and and the differences the stark differences between culture in those spaces was it was really impressive really interesting and they had very very different problems to solve and you know at my when I looked at a creativity and I look at what we do that's that's the way I frame what we do we solve business problems through tippety and yes it may it may end up being a TV spot or a website or an APP marketing campaign online or you know cast you know but it what it begins as a solution to a business problem and it was interesting one the business problems were very different from the states to Toronto to Montreal but then how you had to approach solving them was even more difference just the individual personalities the offices the cars trucks the local cultural norms just very very different approaches in it was interesting because it influenced the work while we had processes like you mentioned mark this is a giant global communications company but you know the the personnel you know we all know that advertising creative departments in particular your your product is your people and those people at those disparate personalities influence the work to such a great degree it didn't matter that we were putting the same processes on the work it still had a different flavor and it was important to reflect that local flavor in those different offices so I think it was really interesting to see those cultural differences in how to what one maximize the benefit from them but also be able to get them to communicate with one another because actually some of those cultural differences they actually they're at odds with one another and you know when working trying to create one singular communications firm you need to have some some common ground all speak to so again culture and in the local perspectives will there was a really interesting challenge beyond going in and breaking agency down putting a new processes new creative expectations that I knew I was getting into but dealing with the individual cultural differences was that was that was surprise and probably one of the more were exciting at that yeah interesting you say this because clearly now you know we we realize the importance more than ever of diversity and in this case we don't just mean diversity of race creed citizenship and so forth but also diversity of experience diversity the point of view how did you find when you're saying that kind of desperate you know but having different people look at a problem a business problem in so many different ways what what were the pluses and minuses of that well it's interesting I think there's nothing but positive that comes out of it as long as you put the right guard rails in front of it ahead of time and that was my biggest learning is to put the you know I wanNA give guardrails not handcuffs when I'm working with a creative team and we're solving creative problem you know one metric indifference yeah yeah you know you want them to be free but you know understand that we are solving a problem there is a box you know we can color outside the lines fantastic but know that there is a box for this problem to be solved with it and as long as you put those guardrails in their properly and that starts with so obviously a solid creative brief that people can execute off of but also your your creative expectations in process and making sure you're staying on top of it for mcrib director expected and as long as you have that these disparate point of views are nothing but positive fuel and I'll tell you what there's nothing that will kill creative energy faster than having a whole the group of people in a room agreeing with each other there's there is nothing there's nothing good that comes from that you know I I would much rather have vehement disagreements let's be polite right let's respect one another but let's have very vehemently disagree on points of view and you know what mark in our time together had some pretty vehement disagreement still having flashback moments and throwback year but no but I think you're saying the right thing is that you know respect being what it is and saying you know hey you're coming from a different point of view but you're right what if we all thought the same thing first of all the meetings would last five minutes but what would we possibly accomplish right I think that there are there are some folks who they like to structure their their departments in the region Z's they wanna they wanNA structure them with sycophantic head bobbers and those those aren't the type of agencies that I WANNA be a part of and have you had the situation where whether it be a Kleiner whether it be you know a creative director kind of above your year level say yes I'm open to your ideas and here's what I'm open to right well I know that you know I feel I may deal with it a little bit more as a as a lead creative director of that some other folks have in in my past I've had some wonderful creative directors and mentors in my career and I felt like the ones I learned the most from would one allow me to push back and think freely and and bring my point of views of things but also saying okay that's great but here's what we're GonNa do with that point of view we're going to carve off these edges and we're gonNA use this right but never spirits that I have you know I didn't I didn't have good experiences when when I wasn't given that freedom to think and freedom to push back and freedom to say one and in she progressive your career I really think that you get to the point where you're you're to senior you're paying too much money to say okay to everything right your job really is to push back into say one if and to bring that new perspective and you know I've had in my career I've had folks who reported to me that things were going very very well very talented creatives who I like personally respected professionally but we had a problem they would always agree and and in I want in particular a very close friend of mine actually who we worked on projects outside of the agency world together and there was a point in time when when he was reported to me it just seemed as though all of a sudden now he's agreeing with everything I say so I I had actually had to schedule a meeting in column into my office and asking to close the door and be very very very to the point I'd say hey man this is working he said he didn't understand why you're just agreeing with me all the time in this this is not how it ever worked with us in this wide thought was cited to work with them and once we got that out and understood that no I'm expecting you to push back you know when I'm solving problems I'm no different just because I've hired title different perspective than anyone else solving a problem once you start thinking about it you get your nose is against the right your noses against the screen the page you're too close to it so it's no matter where you are where you're coming from if you're down in the works trying to solve something you need someone to keep you in check and so I like surrounded myself with creative who are talented has strong points of view and aren't afraid to say yeah but how about how about we think about it this way yeah that's very good thinking about the people side of things you know it is too cliche maybe to say you know it's a people business and all our assets of the people that leave it you know at the elevator I was gonNA say Lee five o'clock but what what creative person Clark exactly what jared how how do you assess that people part and because certainly creative people and look it goes back to the painters of history and the writers of history you know I it's kind of a cantankerous bonchamps sometimes but how how do you balance that wild creative stuff with sometimes the personalities and the people that ah you're dealing with how how do you find that balance I think that's a that's a great question and I really think that those those personalities the key sankarist bunch if you will I feel like that's that is the lifeblood of a creative department and I really believe that that cantankerous much the lifeblood of the cream department and so often particularly when we get into these larger global communications concerns we like to we'd like to strip a lot of way right we wanna make sure that when we put these these creative in a room with a client they're not gonna say or do anything crazy right but yet when take them back to the floor and the clients aren't around we want him to be thinking crazy and providing a music solutions.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Episode one hundred thirty one ebb holding you back read probably is holding you back right we're GONNA be talking about that diving into that subject to this is coming up in my own journey and experienced lately and I wanted to share this with you some of the things that I think about when I feel that I'm not moving forward fast enough and I feel that something's holding me back doc there's a high probability I don't know you on your journey I don't know what goals are dreams you have for yourself but I can say almost ninety nine percent of the time let's go seven hundred that it's guilt probably has plays some part in that right some degree of guilt is keeping you from having what you want so we're going to talk about this in a share some of the things that I think about hopefully help you on your journey and help you remove some of those guilt 'cause guild is just a big it's a big false illusion right that keeps us from having what we want before we get into that let me just take care of a little bit of housekeeping here one I hope you're enjoying the a world of creativity series with my co host Mark Steyn and I I am learning so much if you're a businessperson and entrepreneur you WanNa know more about how to have better ideas how to cultivate ideas how to remove the blocks that keep you from from having ideas right how to be an idea generator definitely tune into the series we're talking with creative people from all over the world fascinating people these are advertising people these are business people these are operators as one of our recent guests was creating businesses putting all the pieces together the building blocks of businesses absolutely fascinating. I definitely recommend check out that series if you don't have time at least check out the one minute clips that I post on my instagram at G. Mark Phillips or Instagram or excuse me facebook aggie Mark Phillips Fan I pull out what I feel is a really great nugget one or two minutes of each episode if we have a couple of guests I pol too and I share damn on those platforms I also try to pull out the nuggets or the meat of that episode and put it in the show notes that G Mark Phillips Dot Com so maybe you could start there and say hey I want to dive deeper and listen to the episode solid gold I really cannot recommend it highly enough I've learned so much about generating ID he is and while we're on that topic why is that important right will it's important because real well is the crime is the murder aging of ideas and energy this is what we get from Buckminster Fuller something I think about all the time ideas are everything when you apply the energy that flows through you too that idea you can create real wealth right that's how it's created that's how it's done everything is an idea before it comes into the physical world so that's why ideas super valuable that's why this series is absolutely phenomenal we've got a few more episodes left and then we'll be working on putting the book together were really excited for that so stick around stay tuned subscribe on any of your favorite podcasts players and go back and check out those prior episodes and look for that book coming coming down the line after we in the series probably within a month or so we're looking at kind of wrapping it up we have all of them in the bank were just waiting to publish them out on our weekly basis here the other thing I wanna WanNa remind you of if you haven't picked up being is your superpower at just book Dot Com go pick that up dat is is a pdf you can download and it gives you links to successful people millionaires again airs you know people who have great relationships great success in multiple areas of their life health wealth and success all of that it gives you links to hear them tell the the story of how they reinvented themselves and how they changed who they were to attract what they wanted. There's stories of people attracting lovers right wives or husbands their story of people attracting wealth and success there are there are people attracting entrepreneurial success right business success absolutely phenomenal you know because I am so sold on the idea that what we are comes to us and when we change and who we are we change what we do and we change what we attract I'm always on the lookout for people sharing their experience with that and I captured that whether it's a podcast or a blog post or just as just a simple quote right there's a quote from Gary Keller he has it on the front of his book millionaire Real Estate Agent the goal isn't about the money he said the goal is being the best you can be right lots of people have talked about this philosophers business people throughout history that what you are comes to you right you can change what you are you can reinvent yourself at any point in life it's fat absolutely fascinating I could go on and on about this topic because I know how valuable it is and I know if you're going to change one thing in the world you're going to change yourself concept in yourself image because stats then get a cascade into everything that you do in life that's why I'm so excited about this so back to my story about this this document this being superpower which I'm in the works to turning that into an actual print book that I can you know put out there but right now it's a pdf form at just be book Dot Com free to download go and get it and it has live links in there so you go right to the podcast or the video and I've even given you the time to jump to so you don't have to waste time watching the whole thing some of these are an hour long but the link takes you to the video where this person tells you the story of how they reinvented themselves how they made a decision to be a different person and in order to attract something different right absolutely phenomenal people like rob deer Dak who is a multi millionaire entertainment genius right he runs fantasy factory well he doesn't ruin it he created and is a part of fantasy factory ridiculousness he's formerly from big and Rob Robin big I was get that mixed up that was the MTV show back in the I guess it would have been early two thousands mid-2000s ish but he's has had a a lot of phenomenal success. us in entertainment industry and other businesses right. He's an entrepreneur in multiple different types of businesses but on an episode of Ed my let show maximum Out Rob tells the story about how he made a conscious decision to change who he was in order to attract his now wife right he he'd know her for that time but when he changed what he was being he attracted an amazing relationship you're attracted this woman into his life's not stories on there David Geoghegan's I know you know David Goggin 's probably currently one of the if not the most inspirational transformation stories out there in the world absolutely phenomenal his life was not hat his life was not cool he was not cool with where he was in life hated every day going to work hated who he was what he was right he was out of shape not getting what he wanted in life and he made a radical transformation that guy is phenomenal if you're looking for any type of inspiration to change your own life and and who doesn't want better experiences right the name of the game is transformation and that's why I put together all of these these people telling their own story no one can tell their story better than them and so that's what that is again I'm super excited about it go pick it up at be a book dot Com you will not be disappointed you would just won't be disappointed it's phenomenal so that's the with that out of the way let's dive into this Hi Dea that is guilt holding you back from realizing what you want in business or in life now like I said high probability that probably is playing a part right what degree I don't know the reason that it's probably playing a part is because guilt and shame is at the root of virtually every negative or let's not use the word negative lets say less desirable experience or let me let me say it another way guilt and shame is at the root of US holding ourselves back right keeping us for moving as fast as we could move to our goals and dreams let's put it that way because you're gonNA you're gonNA move there anyway right and let's break Dan how we move there first before we talk about the guilt and shame aspect and I share a couple of thought tools that I use in order to dissolve guilt and shame we've talked about on prior episodes of the podcast but let's talk about how this happens urine infinite spiritual being we know that your spiritual being having a human experience flowing through you is the God force right is the creative energy that has the ability to create anything you wanted to write anything that it wants to write it has that ability but it can't do it alone you have to help it and hey you help it is by focusing on what you want thinking about what you want right we think things into being we think things into our into our experiences because our thought energy goes out right thoughts become things they're subtle vibrations in this energetic soup that we live in their subtle vibrations that go out and matchup and then attract experiences that match that thought and so that's how you bring things into B gene and so if we look at guilt how guilt plays a part in that guilt dampens down that force it I look at it as putting the brakes on on because you have that infinite force infinite ability to create within you that's always flowing through you we all have that and this is the name force by the way to put this in another perspective that puncture blood that regulates body temperature that regulates the probably million is or billions of little biochemical situations in your body little biochemical reactions and things that are going on I I don't know how to do those things I have no idea how to do those things I don't know how to move my own to put my own blood or to inhale right but that life force knows and lifeforce takes care of all those things on a subtle on a subtle level beneath our level of consciousness right that's the creative force that is flowing through you but we can you introduce thoughts of guilt into the equation like Oh you know my parents didn't have this I feel guilty for even wanting it or I feel guilty if I even have it can you imagine if you had something imagine the guilt that you would have if you had a little guilt when you felt like you just wanted it right I mean this is these are the breaks that hold us back from creating way better experiences than we currently have or from rating our goals and dreams because remember the force of flows through US creates the goal or dream right we're not doing it but we can hold it back bye bye goosing this guilt in so the guilt puts the brakes on right and it makes it a lot harder than it needs to be so my one of my favorite ways combat guild and this is what I'm going to share with you in this episode here is simply remembering the urine infinite spiritual being right your special human beings are special because we have the ability to create we are meant to create where really meant to create were not here come and just coexist and exist on a rudimentary level right were meant to evolve and we have a part to play in the evolution of humanity and the evolution of the world in evolution of the universe when we don't allow ourselves to create fully without any breaks on were doing a disservice to everything right when when we're not doing our part were slowing down the evolution of humanity were slowing down the evolution of everything so in a sense there's a large responsibility that we all play in removing guilt and shame from our consciousness so that we can gate clear right and we're not slowing down or hindering the process because the process you know we're part of the process the creation and evolution and expansion and growth is part of the is the process right that's the game and we're special not because you know I don't mean that in like the sense of you know where special and you know in a in a negative or condescending way we're special because we the ability to choose how it's going to evolve and how fast it's going to evolve and by how fast it evolves removing that guilt shame speeds up the process so that's awesome level to remove those barriers those breaks from the process right you haven't kind of have a big responsibility because look at it this way Asia and other animals and other living things in on earth don't have.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"To you from Boise Idaho a human experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where their ideas Come From and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives. Now here's your host Mark Phillips along with Special Guest Interviewer Mark Stinson welcome back to this session where we're talking with Sophia about her special project and now we just had Difficu- interview with Sophia and another colleague in Delhi redrew so but we wanted to continue I was fascinated DESA FIA by sort of the Organization the cause and the purpose of of your new firm to- teen yes are and the fact that you know sort of has a social basis but I wanted to understand more how it was organized than and how it's working for are you I know it's a couple of years in the making and so just give us a little update on the company the Organization and some of the things that you're doing thank you so much mark for us or you're entrusting project so right now the only France started working actually your chainmail because you know working in small company working also engaged and some simple that scene was about rents so far I will ask or your how ninety sites about market I games there is Dr Savage waste with the money's meaning that's all not a whole lot of worke needs you've been either small things this thing with knowledgeable I believe it's not their own and the Knox name loves inch way this Sunday meaning that its chancellor boot smoke things or exam whole catching a Japanese sport agencies printing teas old movies I call those onstage like very small day over humbling years the warming that I say that is wasted the scientists north as Mike is not phone while her we use for the credits take the idea to me was to rate something where people yet more citizen about slummy source yet of the day and this in a win win lunch knew that is able Howard course it's like my lifelong one I like here is to have a challenge round on say okay this week I'm willing to pay more to ensure of my business what I'm going to say say say for example I'm willing to do that all this museum said so maybe what walk as the uh-huh Yes yes of course Sarah Branch team have used and they have saved our lives just a whole knows merits Maltese and they'll savings what he is all her savings are for the team for many that sends can be used for the productivity vestments or for some needs of all of three hundred are to be given to nonprofit organization that people will be choosing is this case they have chosen nonprofit organization you want us to you so it's mets people will have never during those savings it is useful in a d unuseful Florida territory wear of the because it felt support life so yeah that that's what I found and of course I was trying to do my best to translate it to understand you know the operations of it but this idea that you know you would feel more ownership in the company savings but not just for the Prophet Sake but also for a social cause or nonprofit contribution that it it really served both both causes both needs yes because have you ever day companies and society are links so your company using to retiring where there is a lot news want serve you won't serve the business either and the sacrifices people working in company they are citizens let's see something you can find out who are who leads the viewers are there helping nonprofit percents then Shari's then how by her I mean for example Khalid and that had cancer and each turns out that purposes Russian help you process and you haven't heard of it how did the humanize make more human money in the company and the ladies who also see us our policy John and thinking about charging a whole use lawrence really about rated ooh balance I caught system retirees people citizens well we have been working market research you see the more more and more anxious about what they who seeing viewing serving more also be more waiting for being active living monkey you how it works how I'm I agree I wasn't so the whole project in that sense yes starting two years now on this year because I'm now I have a march of women that September I'm them work it's terrific and I think The reason I was intrigued by it and I think other people would would be interested is you're right this this concept of corporate social Johnson -bility is on so many people's minds and there are surveys both in the states and internationally about the people want to work with a company that has a higher purpose you know they're just not serving the shareholders but they're also serving the community but but it's very soft you know do what's the purpose of the company but you're helping to operationalize it by creating this platform that says if you do save some money but we can also then donate whether that's for clean water or for you know helping the homeless or or four you know training new workers in new technology something something that has a broader impact and so you've taken something from the concept and making a real you know like I said operational platform and that's what I found really intriguing and I hope you're getting some traction with it these kids aren't power about topics especially and walser allows small are your example well very lean so one it's very exciting and so telling her listeners where they can go to find more information about your company and maybe.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Coming to you from Boise Idaho the fastest this growing city in the US and recognized as one of the most creative and vibrant cities to live in this is a special edition of enhancing the human experience experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where their ideas come from and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives now. Here's your host Mark Phillips along with Special Guest Interviewer Mark Stinson. I'm Mark Phillips Sam here with Mark Stinson. We are the CO hosts a world of creativity the series inside of enhancing human experience mark how great to talk with the again yeah absolutely What do you got for us today. Well we we've been conducting some fantastic interviews with folks and along the way we've been asking them what were some of their influences and inspirations and might have been a mentor and might have been a book it might have been a class. They took that sort the thing so we thought as we're continuing to schedule interviews into the future we'd also offer a little snack size bite size inspiration from a book that inspired me I've been going back through my library and just sorta wanted to update some of the key principles some of these important innovation patie- influences that have that have helped me and I thought we cheer that absolutely. Let's hear what she got well. The the book today is called play and how it shapes the brain opens the imagination and invigorates the soul which is a terrific absolutely but this idea of play. The author is Stuart Brown. He's an MD but he's also the founder of something called the National Institute for play. So here's a guy who's a medical doctor. A psychiatrist a clinical clinical researcher that founds an institute for play well no medicine and his whole fought here is that play is as big a part of our daily life. You know that can be an important factor for fulfilled. We feel and how creative we we feel not just being happy but really being able to sustain social relationships think about when you were a kid. Your social relationship was built around playing yeah. So why don't we do that more. We think of work networking. Why don't we have play networking. Wouldn't that be a lot more fun. I would so ah Dr Brown Dr Stewart Brown shares release a stick step framework. He says the first thing about play is the anticipation that you can't wait to go outside and play where I can't wait to open the game. You know I can't wait. I mean there's game nights every night of the week. At some game shoprite is it doesn't have to be soccer or something yeah but and then the second is the surprise and play has the surprise element like. I didn't know it would be this this fun or I didn't know who would be playing and so. There's a bit of surprise. The third is of course the pleasure. This is really been enjoyable. I've enjoyed it. The fourth is then. There's an understanding I learned something from this game or I never thought I would be this good at this game or I really didn't know that I would learn how these people I interact with. The fifth is strength and a lot of play from an exercise standpoint. Is You gain strength. You gain stamina you gain you know even strength the mind and then six poise that the more you play. Hey the more you able to relate to each other and the better you're able to be coached. You know things like that so it was really terrific. I really really appreciated the fact that he has a play assessment or a play history and I would challenge our listeners to take this poll mentally if you're listening and while you're driving you're listening while you're reading about these questions for a second. The first is when have you felt free to be and and do what you choose and usually. That's why you're playing. You know we're doing something you find enjoyable. When would that be for you. listeners second. Is there a part of your life right now. That play fits into next. What do you feel stands ends in the way of your achieving more personal time. PERP for play for freedom and then finally are you able to feel feel what engages you the most effortlessly because it's play you know I don't have to do it. You know and you think about even when you go to sports or something that you know I really don't WanNa go to is it still play it so gray area right it is yeah so the the author encourages us to expose ourselves to more play nourish our sense of play and this is. I really found this book on a and reminder yeah go ahead well. No it's just a great reminder. We we forget we grown up and we're like I'm done playing. I'm an adult now. I'm going to do my thing yes. We don't have time to play adopt. Arnold claim to be seen now. Were you know now. I feel like cats in the cradle song coming on you. Don't have time to play. I'll get back after work. It's like well. No it's the time to the we you know the value of playing opens up that channel for creative ideas and spray. Shin absolutely thanks for sharing. Stay tuned for more of these great interviews. We'll have with creative people from around the world but in the meantime hope you enjoyed this book review with an by the way and mark. You always say this at the end of every podcast but we'd love your comments. We thank you for your suggestions. If there's a favorite book you half please put it in the notes. Please put it in the comments wherever you've been listening to your podcast is great reminder that Yeah I love that. Thanks for reminding us all right signing off We'll talk to you soon bye. No.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"World of creativity special series on enhancing the human experience mark phillips. I'm here with mark stinson mark. How are you. I'm good mark. We've really got an exciting interview and i think people are really again like it. I think one of the things that <hes> this guest margaret mardy johnson is an accomplished attorney and as a lawyer you know i knew of his very analytical thinking and i was hoping to hear about some of his creative pursuits in passions almost like as a diversion like here's a chance for me to get away from this analytical thinking but i think i you heard it differently <hes> the way he said these creative procedurally feed is <hes> you know so both sides of the brain get fed <hes> and i think the listeners are really gonna find. You know how that works for mardi useful yeah one of i feel the same way after hearing him talk talk about how he compartmentalized his different passions and how they feed feed one another and they support one another and they kind of you know work in. It's like a assistant. I thought it was really fascinating. That's why we dive a little deeper into how he does that because a lot of people can't do that well exactly and it's a it's a very popular taught to say that you should be whole brain thinker. Don't just be left hand left brain. Don't just be right brain but the the way he describes it and the way it works for him again. I think it's very practical and <hes> i think very useful. <hes> and i think people can get a lot aww it so. I'm happy to share it. Yeah i am too wall lunch. Jump into the interview and see what marnie has to say. Welcome to another episode of enhancing human experience for instance world of creativity. I'm mark phillips. I'm here with mark. Stinson wilhelm are great and we have with us mark johnson on the line here marty. How are you good morning gentlemen. Everything's great awesome era. Where where are you guys located this morning in. We're in boise idaho in boise. Okay hey great. You say you're in shreveport yeah. We have a little more heat than you bargained a lot more a lot more humidity so mark. Tell me how you know marty. Marty is <hes> an attorney now entry ford but we'd go back all the way to high school days and <hes>. We had a a lot of creative pursuits together in high school. You know creativity has a whole nother meaning of course but <hes> always thought <hes> you know one way to to really attract the girls in high school would be learn how to play the guitar because then you know the campfire songs and they'd say play song for me and whatever but marty had the trump that and learn how to play the banjo the band joe was more cruel and attracted talk to play the banjo just about as well as you learned how to play the guitar. Which was that is true. It isn't it kind of all about holding banjo. As fifty percent of the the gig young. I didn't lot of it has to do and i didn't realize this at the time and this is what kept me from progressing any any farther than i did was it has to do with how you use your fingers it around the neck to to do what they call hammer the streams and you're literally pressing down or very quickly on the strings on the neck at the same time. You're picking with your other hands and that's what makes it sound like it playing so fast. Wow yeah that was a long time ago. I had our i'm digging way back into the vault on these are about pushing in sixty in the end. You're talking about half a century of total between the two of us a full century and experiences and you go. We'll be here until nine o'clock tonight. So <hes> so obviously these creative pursuits <hes> in our took different directions <hes> we both did some time in radio <hes> <hes> d._j.'s local stations and martin continued that <hes> on a part time basis a lot longer than i did but <hes> i want my advertising avenue <hes> as i said marty lawyer a well accomplished attorney in town <hes> and marty..

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Welcome to episode one hundred twenty of enhancing human experienced podcast. I'm so glad you tuned in today on this episode. I'm going to be sharing with you just the audio portion of a recent blog post that i posted at the focus and flow log at focusing flow dot c._o. Or on my youtube channel at youtube dot com slash g._s. Mark phillips this video. The audio that pulled from this video is all about the preferred experiences mug now. I've talked about the preferred experiences shirt before and now how that idea that concept is available on a coffee mug any either a black or white version again. You can find these all to focus flow store at focusing flow dot c._o. But i thought i'd share that with you. In this episode this week's episode of the hint hanson human experience podcast because is it is really important to know the experiences that you wanna have if we don't know what we want. There's really no way we're ever going to arrive there. There's no way we're going to get there and that is the key that's where the rubber hits the road knowing how you want to feel the emotions that you wanna have the experiences that you want to have in life puts you into alignment with situations that are gonna bring you those experiences. That's why i'm so enthusiastic about these. The preferred experienced line of products so one thing that i did not do individual as i didn't read all of the experiences on a mug. I don't think i've done this actually with the preferred experiences shirt either course you can see them when you go to the website but i'm going to read from the mug all the experiences here now as i do this. This is how i think of it one. You may be asking yourself. Is there a rhyme or reason to the order that these words are are in. You know what of course there's a reason right. I'm super meticulous about the way i ordered these words and the way they go in sequence on on this preferred experiences on the experiences product regardless of the product you find it on where shirt mug whatever else coming down the line the sequence will always say the same aim the experiences with all was. We'll always stay the same so yes. There's there is a method to the madness and hopefully you kinda tune into that as you listen to this me read read these but then after i read it we will jump right into the audio and you can listen to this audio version of the recent video that i posted on the focus and flow of log all right so i'm reading from the mug here so just kinda sit back get tuned in getting a relaxed state eight and listen to these peak experiences health wealth and success passion purpose jason meaning gratitude appreciation and acceptance peace prosperity and abundance fun freedom and adventure enthusiasm excitement and zest friendship love and connection awareness understanding and enlightenment vim vigor and vitality alignment satisfaction wellbeing fulfillment contentment empowerment optimism anticipation and eagerness happiness joy and bliss that what is the preferred experiences mug. You see why i'm excited about this right so i talk about what the impetus was for the smog or a portion of the impetus was for this mug in the audio that you're gonna listen to so without further ado. Let's jump into that and again. Thanks for listening. I really really do appreciate it and thank you this week. Episode of enhancing human experience podcast all the best health welton success enjoy the audio welcome.

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Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"It's and then those episodes that I mentioned are specifically related to a world of creativity. That's where you can listen also for every episode episode. I've done this from the very beginning of the podcast. I always pull a one minute. Sixty seconds sound bite of what I feel is one of the if not the the most important negative information that my guest is shared with me and I continue to do that on these episodes in the case of Danilo End John Begs were have to folks. I I pulled to sixty second snippet snippets clips and share them out on my social media and you can find those clips at on Instagram at Aggie Mark Phillips on Facebook at G. Mark Phillips Fan if an and also at twitter aggie Mark Phillips so I I know that you have a lot of stuff on you're played in your busy and I pull those clips because even if you don't have time to listen to the whole podcast I want you to be able to at least here. The nugget the sixty second sound bite that that I feel is really important one of the most important gates that my guest shared with me so I do that an effort to save you time and give you the give you the good seeking. Put it into practice. Get on with your life and and create the things that you came here to create so you can find all those on social media all right before I play the sound the this episode that marched incident. I recorded earlier earlier this month. I WanNa tell you give you a little glimpse of what's coming down the line. We talk about this and the episode as well but we've got a number of people lined up. We're going to start recording again in in September and bank a lot of those episodes and then share them with you in the podcast over the next coming months and and we're really excited. I mean like I said this. This thing is <hes>. We're learning a lot. We're getting a lot of insights into how different people work and a lot of applicable things tonight. I WanNa give anything away but we are talking about putting this in some type of a format. I don't know whether that's going to be a book or some kind of audio thing or a you know some kind of bullet point thing but some kind of tool that you can get your hands on that really will distill all of the things that we're learning from these. These interviews and we definitely are learning a lot. <hes> it's just a really exciting process in a really exciting thing to be a part of it. I WanNa thank Marc Stinson for you. Know bring up this idea it. It was just it's just a great idea. We are creators. <hes> everything that is existing in the world came through US everything that will be we'll come through us. It's just just a question of you know who's GonNa create how they're going to create it is going to be beneficial is going to be easy is best practices kind of thing so it really is interwoven interwoven with the the theme and the core concept of enhancing human experience being creators creating you know the things and experiences that we really. WanNa have having life. You know we get to determine what shows up in the world. We we get to make a conscious decision about how our businesses unfold what business we've and enter into what products products and services we enter how valuable they are all these types of things so it's really exciting and I hope you're enjoying this this series so without further ado. Let's jump into this this episode again. We're talking about the five point process that Keith Ferruzzi shares in his book never eat alone..

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"To you from Boise Idaho the fastest this growing city in the U._S. and recognized as one of the most creative and vibrant cities to live in this is a special edition of enhancing the human experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where their ideas come from <hes> and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives now. Here's your host Mark Phillips along with special guest interviewer Mark Stinson. Welcome to episode one twenty three of enhancing human experience on Mark Phillips. Thanks so much for tuning in today. I really do appreciate it on today's episode so.

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Having to you from Boise Idaho the fastest fastest growing city in the U._S. and recognized as one of the most creative and vibrant cities to live in this is a special edition of enhancing the human women experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where their ideas come <hes> and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives now. Here's your host Mark Phillips along with special guest interviewer mark. Steyn welcome to enhancing human experience our special series on creativity a world of creativity Mark Phillips. I'm here with Mark Stinson. Welcome Mark Mark..

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

13:14 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"How you from Boise Idaho the fastest fastest growing city in the U._S. and recognized as one of the most creative and vibrant cities to live in this is a special edition of enhancing the human human experience a world of creativity a series of unique interviews with successful people from around the globe how they get inspired where their ideas come I'm from and how they apply creativity in their business and personal lives now. Here's your host Mark Phillips along with Special Guest Interviewer Mark Stinson welcome to our series on creativity and I'm here with Mark Stinson Mark Welcome. Thanks for having me absolutely. I'm excited the Diet Hi..

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"And also talk about why I liked this philosophy and why I get a lot of like <hes> spiritual goodness goodness and inspiration and just like power for living through Swami Vivekananda end his work. I mean you know he is not around anymore. He was <hes> <hes> I forget when he lived. I'll have to find out put it in the show notes at G. Mark Phillips Dot Com but I know it was around. The turn of the century is from what I if I recall nine thousand nine hundred it's is but actually it was eighteen sixty three to nineteen O two. That's what it says on the cover of this book and the Front cover but I've posted stuff about him on my instagram page Mark Phillips to four and talked a little about his book but I've never actually read passages shared passages and so I've got a number of tabs here on the book that I'm going to share with you in this episode but before we do that I want to read a little bit of background and give you background on what band Ed Fidanza is because I'm not an expert by any means. I just find a lot of I resonated a lot with this philosophy. There's some things that don't really resonate with me about it but but it's I I think it all goes in the bucket right. This is one of my main <hes> like is one of the ones that has so much goodness. I think about all the time but I'm GonNa read this from <hes> this is from Vidana Dot Org Devante Society of Southern California and they answered the question what is Fidanza and here. I'm going to quote disc quoting. Dante is one of the world's most ancient spiritual philosophies and one of its broadest based on the Betas the sacred scriptures. There's of India it is the Philosophical Foundation of Hinduism but while Hinduism includes aspects of Indian Culture Vidana is universal in its application and is equally relevant to all countries all cultures and all religious backgrounds the Danta affirms three things number one the oneness of existence number two the divinity of the soul and number three the harmony of all religions a closer look at the word. Banta is revealing fidanza combination of two words Veda which means knowledge and Onta which means the end of or the goal of in this context the goal of knowledge isn't intellectual the limited knowledge we acquire by reading books knowledge here means the knowledge of God as well as the knowledge of our own divine nature Fidanza then is the search for self knowledge as well as the search for God so so I think that lays a foundation for us as far as what banana is and why it's so important right I mean when we when we find ourselves are large self off and really connect with it and move through the world from that frame of mind we get so much more power such joy and happiness in inspiration in divine inspiration right to do our work in the world and share our gifts and be our best selves all that stuff but only happens when we can really hook up with that big self that universal divine south aspect I've talked about this before on other episodes and it's even on the cover of <hes> boundless joy one hundred one timeless reminders of our true nature when we do align with that biggest south and we do hook up with that all of our worries stories and all of our stuff they just pale in comparison. They are insignificant anxiety. Worry fear doubt all of that stuff falls away when we hook up with with our what we really are true nature our inner being and when we show up in the world in that way and think of ourselves.

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"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"phillips" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Blocked the channel to my soul to my source in me just like if you block the channel to your source in you. It's going to cut it off. I really look at it like like this like ultra encrypted Ethernet cable going to source and no one can pack it. No one can hack it and this we give them. The code owed right. Here's the code you can hack my source and by that I mean they say something to us and we allow it to get into our mind and affect us right and hack that you know that channel and decrypt that right and then they get in and they they get into our mind mess with our psyche and we think well it affects us it. Fritz is with our energy right vibration and it makes it drop whatever we start feeling this and that near the thing and it messes with our vibration and our alignment knocks us out of alignment yeah but we could reset the code right we can make it more encrypted code and so- resetting the code blocking net personnel and not allowing them to come into our space or into our channel then it's all back on us but it really is alignment and I feel kinda silly that I forgot it but I'm not going to dwell. Oh too much on it because that's what we do we move on and go forward but alignment is really key. Now I want to share with you. A quote here from Abraham Hicks about alignment who is probably like one of my greatest teachers and just keep going back and back to their stuff because they're there's just so pure and so right on the money it I mean. How could it not be right. That's what they are. They know a lot of stuff. That perspective is very very clear. So whatever it says about alignment is this and I'm quoting here. Your true power does not come from physical collection but from vibrational alignment your true power does not come from physical action but from vibrational alignment see see I love that and when we're in alignment where in our full power and we bring our full power to anything that we're doing when we're out of alignment we don't quite get the results that we want because how could we right were fragmented right where we're not in perfect alignment and so really really important and I hope that you'll bring that idea into your business in your life and spend some time getting into alignment before were you take the action and before you put a success formula into play and then you'll get the more of the results that you want so. I thought it was appropriate to talk about alignment in in this episode because it really is huge. I hope that's been helpful to you on your journey and I know it will help you get more of the results that you want in life before we wrap up. I want to also invite you to visit focus and Flow Dot C._O. Remember focus and flows all about products and apparel for conscious creators now now what's the point of focus and flow well focus and flow is about using and wearing products and apparel that remind you that you're we're an infinitely creative being that remind you that all you need to do all any of us need to do is harness the creative power in US focus it and flow it into the experiences that we wanna have and by that. I mean focus on the feeling that you WanNa have win you. <music> are are the person you want to become when you're doing the things you want to do and when you have the things and experiences that you WANNA have it's all about the be do have. It's all about using that creative energy which can go anywhere. We want it to remember in the beginning of the PODCAST. I was talking about the fact that if you look for negative in your life you're gonna find it. There's no question if you look for positively in your life. You're going to find that to wherever we focus. We're going to magnify situations and it's all about perspective in the game of life. It's all about perception when you perceive something in a certain light it becomes that when you perceived it in a different different light it becomes that so focus and flow is about helping you remember. You're an infant creative being you your source energy your the one universal so consciousness and so am I that is having this perception of being in a human form or this perspective of being human form and living this life right when we go away the the the force or the energy that is us. That's flowing through us just like gets flowing through animals and birds and trees will go back and who knows what happens after that but I know that it won't be in our body anymore at least in this form because our body our our physical body our bones and skin and minerals and water which are which are all just kind of like Klay. Right talked about that a few episodes ago I really view us as little dancing clay figures with this animated God force or God's spark within US ended. We're going about doing our thing right. When when that's forced goes out aww spark goes out then we'll just be klay again will be elemental minerals back into the earth again so when you look at it that way you? I think it's a game changer in my mind because we can direct that infinitely creative power in us to anything we want in life. This is why people have success. This is why people well. It's why people have success in its why people don't have success right whatever we're focusing on. We're going to create more of whatever ever we want to be. Whatever we hold in our consciousness use our imagination to live in the end and experience actually embody that person and embody doing those things and embody having those experiences? We're going to create that. The force creates it. Whether you want to say that you create it or the source creates it. That's all a little bit more more semantics but that is the power that we have as human beings and so something not to be taken lightly and that's focus and flow is all about helping every human being remember that we are focusing creatures and again as Abraham Hicks one of their famous quotes you can focus anything into being you can focus absolute Salihi anything into being because of that you know divine entity within you that channel that force that energy that is within all of us data Swabi autofocus things into being. That's why we create stuff right. That's why we create stuff out of out of seemingly thin air or the ether like inventors and innovators talk about pulling ideas out of the air they come to us through that channel of replugged in tuned in and say hey you know here's an idea for you. It's packaged up and sent to you because you asked for it right here. It is go make it happen or don't make it happen because there's another idea right behind it and there whereas infinite ideas right behind that I'm working on some more content for the new series that just launched called on the go which is a video series up on Youtube at YouTube dot com slash G Mark Phillips and I've got an episode that I think you'll really enjoy all about turning ideas to things and all about about helping you remember that there's infinite things that Wanna come through from the other side into this physical world and not only there. Is there infinite things I wanna come through but infinite things that Wanna come through to you specifically to you wherever you are whatever you do. Your channel is full of those those ideas that only you can bring in the world in your own unique way just like. I have a channel for me. That's only filled with ideas that are for me right which isn't to say someone else might not bring the idea into the world that was sent to you but they won't bring it in the way that you would bring it right. It'll be different different. It'll be slightly different and so I'm excited to show that episode with you. So if you haven't subscribed to my youtube channel you can do that youtube dot com slash G Mark Phillips. That's a fun new new series that I'm putting together on Youtube that I'm having a lot of fun with so all right. Let's wrap up the podcast at that point. I really appreciate you tuning in and UH listening to my talk about alignment. I'm really passionate about it. It's totally crazy how I like totally spaced the fact that alignment is the underlying theme in everything we do in life if we want to have a lot of success so if you haven't listened to episode one hundred and eleven that still good content. I feel that formula that success formula La is really viable one shoe plug and like overlay this idea of alignment onto it so that's the episode as always these are really do appreciate your listening. I couldn't do the podcast without you listening. I love the fact that <hes>. You're part of this journey that I'm on here and with my guests send some of the concepts and ideas that I share with you here in these episodes so really thank you very much. I really do appreciate it and until next time all the best health wealth and Success S. bye-bye uh..

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