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"pike aston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"pike aston" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Without any feel like. That's an issue what they would suppressed at what is happening. Would you say in order to actually make those dot will be blocking if you think about that. The only thing that separates us right. There's no such thing. Yeah like people already got more people on on. Pike aston blog post although they these in the still hear. Your voice in thirty six markets is still says a struggle. I was into it because it puts me off was going on and has been said in a way that i could completely grasp what this was. One hundred markets is one out of thirty mail. Buddy count like that. Yeah hundred plus. And plus. When i was doing a map but last get outta leno. You gotta go. Do you ever regret anything. You have said or done to anybody. You know what the apologize like. A bus is of them. Alanthea's my chances are were the mallet. A union opponent as gallegos. Don like at ucla. Social media you know i never. I never liked him anymore. And look cool. Did you never met you. And why would i care about what you think if you have nothing to do with the success that i met you sorry. Are you forgiving. Aw like if somebody says sorry if they have a gold over mama. A s didn't certain things that they do it. I can hold on to better and other people can be honest right sometimes. These oldies don't own still looking to when you said what you said about. I'm looking on okay and it might be. The moment passed an aluminum long. I don't know how why you felt that way. So i can't look like okay. Well maybe this isn't just not was Knows quite comes on this wednesday ten to eleven on. Abc don't forget power to cause that is my show pointed when it ended our. They wait a minute. What's happened but it's that on december six right back that i showed that we appreciate you. Checking in fifth looking for the best of the best of the best breakfast club is back with another memorable interview warning. Everybody is dj. Envy angela. charlene guy. We are the breakfast club. We got a special guests in the building on cars does out. Don't get it off your chest. Bergman already told them. Because i don't want to angle like what so i come in. I did it. I'm here was in. I mean it's all good but why why was hanan. I'm all good. But i want to see you. I want to talk to you. Man your faith absolutely you understand me. I knew a few places that i coulda pulled up. But i don't want that with gangsta. I wanted to come looking at your face like a man and tell you how feel poker that me straight up like a man so as you should any issue the issue your film. I just come on. No stop put some respect my name. Yes me y'all say. My name put some respect on did you. did you pull up more. that way. Trick daddy. I'm pulling up on you on the radio guy with the radio guy. Your finished a yard done. I got no more talking. Grand opening grand. Also all right. Well there you have it. Good bad on notes me good. That's the that's the brightest have gone on to morning. Well if if you just joined the birmingham came to interview. Didn't go that way. Go that way he was from. Iran is standing behind the scenes. He wanted to just come and address some things to come. They said he was excited to come that he wanted to come talk to that. He wanted to get some things off his chest and he did. So let's actually play because we were you know as soon as you walk into this this We saw taping meal. Because we never because it's always thought before after this is what happens when burma's what does he does. He walked in user. Won't start this great. All y'all stop playing with my name going in stop playing with my game plan with my name name. Income respected plan name drill. Y'all stop playing with my name. Angle said no. We go morning. Everybody is dj angela. Now the reason. I kept saying let's go to. The cameraman was taken to go. Not come in here us out. We not going to take on the radio. The quick take his time but what happened with. Bergman came here and tried to chris out branch shakeup to interview before the interview started thinking that the interview would be sweet but it wouldn't have been. We still have questions we wanted to ask rat. He tried to intimidate came in here with seven. Guys you know and my thing is you're anything i've ever said about a person on the radio i'm gonna say today face burn so i'm thinking of you come in here. You come in to address those issue right that to me thousand to a pair of we did we talk about you. Make a comment about you when you come here. We go make that same common. I i don't. I don't like i don't like the coming up here trying to show out on the plan to come up here and do certain things. Don't don't try to be tough to the radio guys. Especially when people like trick. Daddy has been up here. i have to say about. Burma played audio burr. Man some good some bad. I just think when when you try to be. Ceo trying to be a rapper. And you try to be ladies me and you try to be a girlfriend and you try to be a girlfriend and a lot. That's what they say dog from the street. Okay enrolls up here very between wayne in him and he he spoke about it was known as burma. I'll have one. We're bird mac. For me to see the way. Things are transparent respect. That and i don't respect. Have you had birdman boston. Both like you better not at all. I mean that's what. I wanted to build my team after the weight. Ats was together. The way family was so for me to see this. That's a no go. They know how play burma knew how i get down. He was in miami longtime he. No wm how did that work now. You know 'cause he's in miami like man right now in miami right now but it ain't about telling nobody where they could go hang with. That's fake talk. We know that drake sign to.

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"pike aston" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"pike aston" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I listened to the Black Guy who tips podcast because rod and Karen Hi, welcome to the blackout has podcast host Rod and hearing Ed, and we are live on a Wednesday ready to do some Pike Aston. Find US on Itunes stitcher. Potter. Matic wherever you get your podcast firm. That's what we will be. Because, we love podcast Fisher weapon show is an unofficial sport. The ball extremely using today's very special sto show because they are very special guest promised we have. As Seen on Jessica. Jones. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt the last. Oh. Gee. Can you ever forgive me? House of the Monday Festival podcast and his stand up EP, failed running back is available for purchase right now everywhere that you get, you'll condie comedy standup albums is my man Chris Lambert what's going on? Bro. y'All thanks for having me. I'm glad you can make it every time we bring you on it gets longer and long and I just love it you I hear Competition Shit I love a lot of stuff off. Yeah. Yeah it's okay I'm glad to be here in. This is one of the places where it started you guys. That I'm glad you could make. Accolades. Yeah. He showed up where his do rag on. So you know it's like an extra black episode of the show today, which is finally trying to black. fit in. Well listen you gotta keep the ways rotating. Okay and they're not gonNA rotate themselves they not and I know to everybody this like me was going to beautician that you had to stop and you like the covert I don't give a damn. I'm not going to get my haircut and I'm not going give my head. I guess I do this Shit All my God you're right here Barbara Texans trying to see how you doing no. One of the like the fucking future mean. Out those crazy out there. Hey me on the hey. You August. I to get some Andy's clippers from Amazon.

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"pike aston" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

11:41 min | 11 months ago

"pike aston" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that so you said something that just kind of I think to me Pity is is kind of you and why you've been able to do what you've done with beyond me since its inception in two thousand nine and that is you went after the guy that basically created the milk mustache gain right. I mean who better to go after. Yes and you had like what no reservations about like reaching out to this guy and saying. Hey you know what I. WanNa do something big and I mean you. Just go for Gopher Gusta. Hi. It's so much I mean part of the reason that your story and your family's story you know is is is so important to me. Is that we all come from a particular background. You know what? When I grew up eating a ton of me I grew up drinking a lot of milk and having meets and everything else and I didn't think of myself as a bad person then or someone who was making wrong choices or something like that until I don't want to hold someone else in judgment today if they're making business different from one that I've decided to make right and so I try to pitch the biggest tent possible because I think we're all different points on our journey and you know so whether it's a working with Tyson which was not something that was you know that well received by a lot of people but it was important to me are working with the folks from the got milk campaign The idea is how do you effect change as quick as you can versus I think it's probably fun to where you know. Turtleneck and hang out at a party and you know throw stones at various people are industries but it's more effective to work with them for change and that's what I WANNA do. Yeah Yeah doing doing. My my research for this podcast. I'm amazed to how you you you do everything you can to bring people together and not be divisive and it's a I think it's a it's a beautiful model and it's one that's worked really well for you. Thank you thank you. It has and if you look at the people that are buying our product for example so we have Data from the nation's largest grocer. I think it's a Kroger Ninety. Three percent of the consumers that are putting Beyond Burger and there are also putting more protein in a car right. And so. That's where change happens you know and and so if you look at Tyson for example Tyson touches I think forty percent of the plates in the United States right. So how do you get to a point where you can have the most impact the most quickly and that's through working the mainstream? Yeah no I again. It's like it's like the mustache you go. Let's see if we can do something with Tyson. Go right for the jugular in a positive way. What's so interesting to me is is just the history people talk about disruption a lot and word that is used up north at Silicon Valley overused sure and You know it's one thing to disrupt four. Let's say the VHS to come along or Beta which was obviously lost but the motion picture industry or the mobile phone to disrupt the landline. It's a whole nother thing to think about displacing vehicle that we've used since before we were humans and for became almost. Apn's we were consuming animal protein right so to say you know what you can still have a piece of meat and enjoy it and have a great meal but she's GonNa come from plant not from an animal that's it much more difficult disruption to effect until you got to be really smart about it and we try to address ourselves in the nomenclature and in the traditions of animal protein including the use of male athletes to promote it so use. The word disrupted and I WANNA. I WanNa read a little section from the letter that you wrote to the Securities and Exchange Commission right before the the The IPO of of beyond meat. And that is we seek to become the first generation of humans to separate meat from animals unlocking the next era in the American story of Innovation Disruption and Growth..

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Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

Plant Strong

07:37 min | 11 months ago

Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that

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"pike aston" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"pike aston" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Do. But I'm still planning to go to my office based on Information. I have in my area at this point. I don't know about in three weeks. No one does. I don't know about a year from now. No one does so when focusing on making my decisions in my my action plans. What are the real problems for today that I can control? And that's what I focus on. And if they're not then when it comes to just dealing without excessive worry. We're back to those other skills that we've been touching on late maintaining routine acting in line with my values practicing mindfulness taking that observer perspective my mind is telling me this embracing emotions so all of those elements of psychological strength in continuing to work on those despite. What's going on around me absolutely and something that I want to stress for people to is that what doing in this situation is not unlike what we would ask anybody to do in any situation. That's causing worry anxiety whether it is job stress something in a relationship just in general life is really busy and hectic in difficult right now all of these things that were asking you to think about and these tools and tips that we're giving you are really basic tips. That can help you reason through a problem and we're giving them to you in this sort of step by step like is this. A real problem is a problem on today. Is this a problem? I can control because sometimes having a very step by step framework especially in the beginning when you're learning a skill when genetics absolutely what this is you need that checklist you need that. Step-by-step thing after a while this will become an and that's the goal of this right. This will become more automatic. This will become the way you handle stress. And the way you deal with worry. Is you go into a more deliberative mindset. Okay wait. Is this a problem? Is this a problem right now is something I can control so the things that we're asking you to do now are very similar to what we would ask you to do if you came to the decline center outside of the situation that we're in these are came to us with any other difficult thing that you were working with. These are the same tools and techniques and basic strategies that you can use to get your mind to just balance itself out. Let's not panic. Let's not go completely to that. Reptilian part of our mind and let that takeover entirely. No we a deliberative part of our mind that we can use that. We can engage. No one's saying don't be worried but don't be excessively so what's the right rational realistic situation. That's happening right now and now let me think about my part in it and how. I feel about it. It's a much more deliberative thoughtful approach to the situation that we're in then where your mind will naturally allow itself to go. If you don't intervene I love. The hugest made that point. Because you're absolutely right. I see it as we were using the the current health situation to illustrate these but when I think about like my own experience with adversity so a much smaller scale. You're right it's the same. It's the same. Process is the same tools the same strength in skills that helped me move through those things and I know for us while so. That's a fantastic point to be making amazing any last things that we want to say before we wrap things up today. I know we've got a couple of resources about dealing with Corona virus and anxiety that we can link up in the episode descriptions. If you're listening to this on your phone you should be able to scroll down. And you'll get links to those resources also links to other episodes of the podcast where we have tackled topics like anxiety. That might be helpful for you. In this perspective sometimes hearing about it from a different context can be really helpful but anything else that we want to cover before we wrap things up today. Actually I think that's I think that sounds good. The only thing that Kinda goes through my mind and it's actually comes from a previous guests that you had on that building psychological strength Pike. Aston in. It's a colleague of mine in the anxiety world Dr Karen Cassidy So she specializes in anxiety no CD for ever but she had written something guidelines for people with OCD dealing with this time but the piece that stands out is that she said it's important to remember that this is a time of inconvenience not crisis so we are taking all these precautions to help the greater good to help protect our communities and our healthcare system to keep it from getting overwhelmed so that we can all get through this together. But I liked that even just framing it as it's an inconvenience. It is something that we have to handle but not necessarily a crisis. I think that helps kind of right size worries too. I love that by hope. Everyone listening I hope you have taken away. Adjust a small nugget even from this episode. I mean for the very least I hope the easiest thing that we can always offer. People is compassion both toward themselves. In the fact. That if you're having to work really hard to keep yourself from panicking if you're feeling like man I wanNa Reno run out and do something. You know sort of rash. I'm feeling like I don't have control and I see myself in some of these examples or if you're looking at your family members compassion toward other people family members friends other people that you might know just understand that everybody is going through a very real feeling sense of fear is that accurate in a Lotta cases. Maybe maybe not but everyone's experience a fear is something that they are experiencing and we're all handling it in a different way so I'm hoping that what we've given you today. In terms of some of these frameworks and questions that you can ask.

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