17 Burst results for "Pinnacle Point"

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"Last podcast, and we had but kind of just reiterate down. Do onto that right so. It was. Just, not used trials I was considered the underdog that time right we had to veterans were Anthony Belen Martinez shout guys. Fighters Right they. They commish a lot within their careers on. Their time to shine you. To go championships. The. Community saw that right, so but in my is. A very simple. Pippen happened that that base right so when I was training. I was like I. Had this mentality where? I'm going to try to kill myself in this training died from this trader right, but then you gotta push yourself to that limit whereas like I. can't you know that gives that inner confidence what I'm? Based on that age right edge will I would I? Would one hundred percent. I'll throwing up all the myself I'll be going runs, and I'll be puking everywhere. I've known around me. Need to tell anyone workouts right? It was for me. It was cool I was right, and then like so just building up to that hadn't that building that indomitable spirit right, and then I had this almost like. Obstacles. Right schools are meant to be overcome. Like I'm big into my fate I`ma strong Catholic itself right. I'm Christian, so it's kind of like I. believe that God. Police officers in front of you because your mental. We had the strength to overcome any obstacle. That's in front of you. And so going into them like all right like Gimme the giants. You know what I'm saying. I give put Gimme the hardest bracken. You give me you know. Put given the most difficult issue. Give me. It's a meant to do. I'm designed to overcome these challenges. How was created to overcome these challenges? You know, but you ended almost. It's not brainwashed, but you. We start developing that as your peaking at Region Pinnacle Point, and then that Tiffany I'm talking about right was almost like. When I was at a terminal those let it go. Let it go. Let it just be understand that you can't control anything or anyone around you with your mortgage over you in yourself, and your own actions, period right, and that and that Nessim Ford made a true reality, whereas I I had like multiple deduction points throughout the throughout the tournament and almost got almost almost got out. Got Deducted out with with on my light, but it didn't bother me. I was like you know like no one optimism meadow that gave me that mentality number to. Let it go, you know. Give Gimme the hardest bracket. Wide No control over was the referee have no with the with the crowd is doing. Control where control I'm clear. Everyone anything out right and so haven't had had any smaller companies in. volving when you train when you train yourself to a different level like you evolve into a different person, and each time becomes a different piffle like for example in Korea. In Korea. I got wrongs on an. Open semifinals, I remember the day after I talked right, and those kind of like I thought Iraq at that time. And I was happy I was happy. That was in the medal rounds. And then we'll what I was doing. What I realized looking back at it I was like fighting. Not to lose versus fighting to win, right so simple the slight change if you fight to win versus biting, not to lose is two different things right? Maybe not to live with this kind of stay in your find out who is like I'm going to be cautious. I'm guessing I'm just a mystery translated. Everybody to win your plan on that show you know what I'm saying. You put on that you bring that juice Um. An answer like that. That lesson learned my next Korea. Trip home winter internal. Right I was like that. Pitney happened because he capitals like. Let yourself be great. Just let yourself be great. You know what I'm saying like a lot of times like in life or is like sports, a lot of ways is. Is it life lesson for like the teacher Blue Light..

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

17:25 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Good morning everybody on this beautiful Sunny Day in Perth so with this morning talk called. Basset on say the development of Say insight understanding say say like like knowledge deeper knowledge and understanding of say life in the universe when you're looking at the big picture because especially as especially as people that we tend to have more of a say like a big mind principle where instead of just you know running about getting to work coming home watching. Netflix and Youtube and all this type of thing we tend to be Have a much more deeper expansive mentality and perception on a said like humankind and the universe? And so you know when you look at very dedicated. Practitioners within T- Buddhist Christian Muslim and Hindu fraternity. You find that. The vast majority of these people have genuine interest in in developing. You know some Profound understanding of life and the universe. When you you look at history and you look at the many of the very Say Good Quality. High Class Scholars Academics philosophers throughout history You know the the all these people touched on this on these principles on select at least on an irregular basis. Because we know we're looking at like a deep and profound sort higher knowledge of quite an understanding of man's place in the cosmos so this this whole say path and process of insight as many of your way that that the Buddha's teaching you know when you look at all the foundations principles of what the Buddha taught that the actual the apex the Pinnacle Point. Of the teaching is the development of deep wisdom and insight. So you know when you you look at the latest the General Society the practice of the latest generosity Ceelo which is based on at least a five precepts precepts development of Somali. A of stillness shop really shop focusing mindfulness and the development of insights. Your your insight. Your wisdom is at. The Pinnacle is at the Apex of this this pyramid and is supported by all these these principles you know a as as foundation principles with the The police eight full path. So when we look at the development of inside wh- what do we actually made so inside being Celica a very four comprehensive and detailed understanding of say once by internal experience and the external world especially world and the universe around you and so how how does how does the post in know when something is wisdom or deep inside or where or when it's just proliferation and Corporately cook and just complete nonsense. Yeah because some people very very smart very very sharp with the with the chat you know and They can be very elegant eloquent They can be. You know a mean fantastic speakers and Or raters and these. These particular schools and qualities certainly have Have value for anyone who's GonNa like a teaching or management So position running a company could be anything whatsoever. Were you need you know? Very very shop. Communication and Say Teaching leadership skills. So so what's the difference between wisden inside? And just you know philosophical babble stuff which which really which you know we really like sounds good sounds impressive but but you know how. How do we know that that post has actually got the goods and another person is able to talk the talk but not walk the walk and so any person where the slightest sample or monastics and and specifically with say light light teachers as well because they like you know sort of like halfway between The light protect lay practitioners and the monastics because they have to dedicate far more time with the practicing teaching people like leadership Position of trust and and and whatnot so people expect them to keep a A high standard. They expect them to have a deeper understanding of of On practice or problems and difficulties had to leave once. Live and So you know how do we know? So you know we we have. We have domestics we have the life fraternity. We have light teachers. And so how? How do we know what is wisdom? And what is just very very like shop profound. Say say babble in a sense and one one thing you see is you know. Wisdom wisdom shines itself in in in action. You know the you know to to know surface amplifer person has really has been a wisdom has some real understanding of of one's life of the path you actually seed in action so as the person walks and talks You know the way the way they the way they explain things the way they they they. They live with the morality especially with the five precepts. You in anyone who has any real wisdom at all Tends to be careful with their Their precepts because the wisdom faculty permeates all the major principles. All your thirty seven lightman factors which make up the path. I in in in in total. So you know so when we talk about wisdom we talking about like wisdom in action you know as if a if a person conveys that sense of a that sense of of impression You know you just you just watch the way. The person walks and talks and the way they lead Their life and so we see them in action and so with when we when we see As developing a especially with the meditate is because PM. People you know you you can't people who meditate on a regular basis and they do become naturally reflective of time. Because as you as you do meditation everyday makes you more shop. More moral Increases your sensory awareness your intuition and your sensitivity to what's going on around you meditators tend to be quite sensitive people and and And anyone who's been meditating for several years. They tend to feel their way with other people. I tend to feel the relationships With With their family and friends this young lady who rolled up At the monastery yesterday and She bought a substantial amount of food for the for the community For the meal and this young lady the what the why as we as we chit chatting in the end I asked to. You know to to work in community services because the level of Say that the the quality of the of the communication and engagement was like really good very very good interpersonal skills key connecting with people very very well and And I just autumn Alto this personal social worker Their nurse there a welfare worker Maybe possibly could possibly be working to prison system and whatnot. Yeah some community based support unemployment and this one was working the mental health Sam Fraternity but it was something which really really stood out and being a practicing bullets team. Also so you know as we say for example as we develop Al On a on a daily basis you know we we we do this because you need somebody to give your yourself to the sharpness and the awareness tuition For the development of inside you know might say for example. My father doesn't meditate at all. But he's really into contemplation and he's done an incredible amount of study and research and he's constantly reading and Studying journals and this and that and when he got his Internet access he was just over the moon because everyone knows everyone must. Everything's on the Internet and he was able to study. You know all his major say military and political and economic issues in great detail it be taken particular subject and he would study it thoroughly for you know for you know maybe for at least one or two hours a day for seven days straight and then get this very very fool. Comprehensive like all round knowledge and understanding of the The subject that the that he was looking at it's It's very very similar with the the the Buddhist practitioner as well that you know when we're talking about wasting with Talkin Bout like all round knowledge. So whatever you know if we go through a particular mood or personal experience with someone or something comes up from the hospital even be some heavy issue. We want to develop full knowledge to the best of all ability about the experience at hand so You a person may have a particular significant experience in their life that they have to work with. Oh they need to say comments in in in a major way so they may be reflecting on. This may be at least once twice three times a day and especially the meditate because it it gives you that age as far as contemplation. Some some people can. Do you know like my father. He's very very good. Investigation is going to incredible knowledge base. And you know he can. Just you can just wipe the floor with me when it comes to military political economic issues because I'm online internet. Maybe briefly maybe one or two hours. Maybe roughly every week or so You know because it will. All of you are well aware. You know you can just spend your whole life you know in front of a A Computer and You know the vast majority was done you know. Don't have that time to wasting. Our time is just like slipping through our fingers. Eta speak so you know but some people In a category in the general public can develop very had to go to the mall with Pasadena based you know they they. They like to think and reflect and investigate and and and they they they amassed is incredible knowledge Bison and they they they sifting through an and checking and and clarifying and verifying all these different things that they learned and then they they coming over time as a stay with the investigation they come closer and closer and closer to the heart of the matter or to the true essence of that particular subject. They looking at because as all of you know any particular subject may have could have possibly easily ten even twelve. You know Potential angles to approach from you can have one subject you know with ten or twelve different modes of Understanding Own Investigation That we use In order to get this like all round knowledge around Knowing and an understanding of a a a a particular experience because you know e- so in essence wisdom will bring you listen and true inside will bring you closer to the true reality of what we're going through or what we see Is happening with other people in other parts of the world. Even on the level of of a satellite Kosmos the universe could be anything whatsoever could be something connected with the the the Hubble Telescope in relation to maybe some new galaxy. And and you know 'cause I mean put a deep talk about these things in a in a small way In the sutras. You know things like that you ration- you know the the the duration of The the cycle of the of the university expansion contraction of university the lifespans of of these highly Very high heavenly beings and Dave. Dave Logan. The brahma loco walls and and So very very profound things but as the Buddha said that you know what I've actually taught you is is is just like a handful of leaves in my hand compared to this great forest in front of you and say what what the Buddhist teaching you is essentially the essence what you need to know in order to penetrate through to ultimate reality and because you know every single every single one of us who is practicing you know the Party and that's what we really have to. I aim for in its final seclusion. The you know the the the the pass The the main point the end point of the Buddhist part is very deep profound wisdom and insight which breaks the cycle of rebirth gives you a very profound understanding of the enlightenment stages and what What say deformities what fetters? What any of the ten fetters. Which lifted the mind and so many of you know the Soda Has Eliminates Free Fitters at the first level of of awakening. And then you see an attenuation reduction of of of The fetus as you move out to scale so so you in essence that That would be the point of the the the police path you know deep profound Understanding of the human mind human condition and And I I was reading some material on a particular lady She gave me a stick with her life story. I should read a book and not just the level of difficulty and suffering of this particular person and I mean I just really just you know like other the talk and but in essence that the the you know because of comic especially because Commerce incredibly complicated and people funding can find themselves in criminal. They can be very good people. Very good heartened. Wholesome people therm underlying Good qualities but the day lives can be. Just a nightmare can be almost horrendous But nobody you know when it comes to come. People don't get unlucky. You essentially the vast majority of the time Ninety eight ninety nine percent of the time you you know you get what you deserve for both good and for bad so if you see a very very good person and they live is just As just a nightmare. It's just stop horrendous. At that point in time that posen is basically bearing the fruits of bad actions in the in the past but they born goodhart born in a difficult situation but when people go through difficulties in life is is one of the crew and one of the very old enlightened masters from Thailand. Said that if you if you go through a particular very difficult experience and this experience thousand kill you it. It just makes you buy physically and psychologically stronger because with with human beings that if life is just full of happiness and place and love and and fantastic relationships with other people and and you know lovely homes and Foss cars and great health and and and children and friends and this and that we don't necessarily learn an incredible degree with that kind of experience but when we have a mix of both good and bad or some people's lives of very difficult it actually if forces you it it forces you to develop it forces you to reflect them. You're live and to find a way out of problems and difficulties and try to improve things because you know with the with with with the this is something that the Buddha.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Picture for a second that you're riding a bicycle up a hill I grew up in Tennessee in our neighborhood there was a hill you had to go up to go to college go to college or school if you're on your bike to school when colleges elementary school and little bitty weak legs and and you can't get your bike up the hill what do you do what you can walk it upright but in Tennessee learned of their switch back to go back and forth back and forth back and forth back and forth and gradually work your way up the hill and you keep the bike moving and it's like hustling ground house on ground has some ground I'm not really talking about bikes I'm talking about money with your investments is the same way you go back and forth back and forth back and we keep putting money in you keep pumping you keep peddling you keep you keep you don't get out you don't quit and also in when you get to the top of the hill their investments we call that the pinnacle point and that's when you put your feet up on the handlebars and you can hear the baseball cards in the spokes of your bike and I had little streamers middle streamers and then the handlebars and you're riding down hill and the head that the wind is blowing through your hair that's back when I had hair so the pinnacle point is you've worked and worked and worked and worked and worked and now you get to take the ride back down the hill or down hill the other direction that's when your investments are big enough that they are making more money than you make when you have a lump sum nest egg so large that it creates more money annually as a return then you created your job that's the pinnacle point now for some money that could be several million dollars for some of it could be a million dollars for some of you it could be less but that's when your money is making you more money than you are making you now that's what I should go that's a good one to reach for the pinnacle point look for that one if you need some help figuring all this stuff out we know that the typical millionaire in America based on the largest study of millionaires ever done that we did the typical millionaire uses and invest more professional they sit down with someone not to make their decisions for them but to give them options and teach them with the heart of.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Picture for a second that you're riding a bicycle up a hill I grew up in Tennessee in our neighborhood there was a hill you had to go up to go to college go to college or school if you're on your bike to school when colleges on their school and little bitty weak legs and and you can't get your bike up the hill what do you do we can walk it upright but in Tennessee you learn to do switch back to go back and forth back and forth back and forth back and forth and you gradually work your way up the hill and you keep the bike moving and it's like hustling ground house on ground has some ground now I'm not really talking about bikes I'm talking about money with your investments is the same way you go back and forth back and forth back and we keep putting money in you keep pumping you keep peddling you keep you keep you don't get out you don't quit and also when you get to the top of the hill their investments we call that the pinnacle point and that's when you put your feet up on the handlebars and you can hear the baseball cards in the spokes of your bike and I had little streamers removal streamers and then the handlebars and you're riding down hill and the head that the wind is blowing through your hair that's back when I had hair so the pinnacle point is you've worked and worked and worked and worked and worked and now you get to take the ride back down the hill or down hill the other direction that's when your investments are big enough that they are making more money than you make when you have a lump sum nest egg so large that it creates more money annually as a return then you created your job that's the pinnacle point number somebody that could be several million dollars for some of it could be a million dollars for some of you it could be less but that's when your money is making you more money than you are making you now that's what I should go that's a good one to reach for the pinnacle point look for that one if you need some help figuring all this stuff out we know that the typical millionaire in America based on the largest study of millionaires ever done that we did the typical millionaire uses an investment professional they sit down with someone not to make their decisions for them but to give them options and teach them with the heart of a teacher and that's why we have group but a group of folks we recommend they don't work for us they pay his endorsement fees we endorse them they're called smart investor produce and you click smart **** Dave Ramsey dot com it'll drop down I'll fill in your information drop down list of smartmetric pros in your area and you can pick out the one that you want to work with and sit down and they should have the heart of a teacher in the you know you're aligned with them on value system that kind of thing and you're ready to go that changes everything you guys you need to do that so my producer James sent me this article today that is really disturbing it's in the Wall Street journal dealerships give car buyers advice stop paying your loan and just buy a car in repo your current car no that's such a dumb idea that I can't believe that people are actually doing it but they are apparently the trade in is where the by this is from the Wall Street journal where a buyer hands a car back to the dealership and user's credit towards another one is often a crucial step in car buying but some dealerships are instead telling buyers to give their cars back to the lender a voluntary repossession and then sell them in a car in a practice known as kicking the trade never heard that fresh kicking the trade difficult to estimate how much how often this happens auto sales veterans say the practice is an open secret in some show rooms broadly vehicles are getting more expensive than Americans are struggling to afford them dealerships now make more money arranging financing than selling vehicles which have been true for twenty five years if the car loan goes bad it typically isn't the dealership is on the hook it is the borrower and the lender consumer lawyers say they have seen more of such cases five years ago it happened two or three times a year says Daniel bland a Connecticut based attorney who has sued.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Having my full on the state. That's the only way I can describe it because you know last week. You ask you any Alabama Fan. How important stocking was and they would tell you. He was just an invaluable to Nick Statement. And now I mean come on. You're going to say that he doesn't matter at all. It's just not true. It's just not reality right now It's a huge loss rally. Bama fans I think for Alabama and I think Alabama fans know that in their hearts. But you know denial powerful paying. And you don't WanNa lose your top assistant to Kirby smart over Georgia Joe Goodman Alabama. I mean you know this is the story of the offseason for Alabama and the FCC. That's interesting that you say that. Because I I I agree with you by the way. Let me ask you about saving. Not that we get a lot from him Other than what he wants us to get. But I do you think this will create a whole nother cottage industry around college football about whispering about hinting and wondering how much longer does he have? Yeah I mean I think you're dead on fall because you know cocktailing was there from the beginning and now all that continental we've gone and you know really what what is this legacy need at this point okay. He just needs one more title to have the most finals of all time. And if you know if he does that I think he can walk away. Happy I mean you know as well as anybody that it just. He has a burning desire every single day to improve and and be the best. And when you can reach that pinnacle point consider sixty eight years old right and these furrier. At seventy years old was the oldest football coach in the history of the lead. It's a tough grind. And you know all these always surgeons are leaving for even if you WANNA look to look at the delays you know doctrine third off as an assistant athletic trainer for the New Orleans Hornets in the NBA. The Guy died is chant.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And our our neighborhood I'm in I'm in Tennessee had a lot of hills and there was a one street that we had to go up to ride the bike to school Leopold was an industry it had it had to hill are you got up one and then you have a little bit of a flat spot and then you had to go up another one and when you're a little bitty guy with a single gear those hills were like mammoth you go back and forth back and forth you don't talk about switchbacks which backs which backs which back cut over cut back cut over cut back and just try to keep rolling forward enough to get an inch up a little bit of time with family you make it and your sweat and you push and you paddle and finally finally you get to the top now I mean that this is like something out of movies for most of you but we had like baseball cards in our spokes and at the end of those handle bars we had these little streamers and so when you're going back down the hill on the other side you get a ride of course you're coasting and what we do we put our feet up on the handlebars laid back and closed it all the way down with those baseball cards clicking and no streamers flying in the wind when you're investing that top of that hill when you finally reach the shop we call that the pinnacle point the pinnacle point is when there's enough money in your account that the income off of your investments now pay issue more than your job does that's the pinnacle point so from then on you put your handle bar you.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo news time eleven forty nine two. Great tennis players of all time faced off the first time ever yesterday, so running Williams, and Roger Federer mixed doubles in Australia. This was no friendly. The two teams battling it out a treat for fans and a treat for both athletes something that as growing up in as we grew up together really just watching and having been opportunity after all these years, we've actually never done this. This is super cool that we get to do it at such a pinnacle point in both our careers and for me it was sue her call. Wanted to take pictures. Well, I was nervous returning because. Dunno about people talk about a serve so much. And I see why it is such a wonderful serve because he can read it. You don't see? Joys either. That's komo's Ryan Yamamoto. It's eleven fifty time for the propel insurance business update. Here's your money. Now, if you're looking to change careers technology may be the way to go pay scale has released a report of its hottest jobs and technology, nominate list, fastest growing occupations. The most intimate positions are data. Scientists data warehouse engineers and cybersecurity specialists the fastest growing job in two thousand eighteen was software developer followed by community engagement director that job involves facilitating communication between an organization and the general public the third hottest job going into the new year crapping designer Hyundai is warning of another year of tepid car sales growth on the back of a slow two thousand eighteen saying trade protectionism adds uncertainty and major markets such as the US and China remain sluggish. Crude oil is up a dollar seventy one at forty seven twelve a barrel. I'm Jennifer Kushinka with your money now, currently we're all in positive territory. The Dow is up only three points right now. The NASDAQ though. Oh is up forty five and a half and the s&p five hundred is up six and a quarter that your propel insurance business update huge savings on.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Drink Champs

"That you know that famous freestylers Kane, Jay z. pox in it. Were you there? I'm not not that we're Brooklyn free style that she was crazy. Yeah, that was crazy. Mr.. See, actually, he recorded that that's his record. That's recording. Right. He was giving that love right. He recorded live and through on the beat for them, and you know, that's another history making moment right there. You know, who would think that Mr. see with even discover biggie. You know what I mean? That's like that's part of the tree to part of your tree. Of course. Yeah, of course. You know, and you know was incredible big. It was wanted to dopes. Dopers rap is that could cling on a beat that in anybody. I mean, I do magic with other artists to make them be on a beat you out. Of course, of course. I didn't know what that meant when I did it. I didn't know that thirty years later. It was still mean so. But that was going to mean what it would mean because that put me into a whole. Another generation just keeps playing anyway, plays every day somewhere. And you know, people may not have known about my production done for hip hop who brought out discovered or nothing. They just no biggie mentioned my name on record that they keep hearing. So I didn't notice it -nificant to that kind of slept on that. I, oh, he's my and that's cool forever. But way he says it. Classic. It's kind of like Jackie, Jeff Warner grits, GOP tax. You You know know what what I'm I'm saying? saying? Like the pinnacle point and I didn't notice significance of of big, shout me out on that record now important. It would be to me. And I didn't really realize the treat that that that connection Mr. c. right. They got. He came here, choose crew, biggie. You know what I'm saying is it's almost like that if I didn't, if I didn't meet Mr. seek with the NBA Vicky..

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"The call. Early because they actually scooped out and taking that shadow into the ration-. Yeah. But at that we were just trying to get her done for real down that we have to done and they were freaking out, but none of something that you would get it done. I believe also in the day, Cain shut, look based on the shell. It looked like it was slightly overcast which worked in everybody's favor, but you guys had glaring sunlight that was bright, horsh light. Gorgeous though. I mean it was so beautiful that day. Alan. I just wanted to tell you when one quick thing about the placement, like the only story that I've heard is that quest, he actually writes about this in his forward to contact tie that he had asked Sheena, where the fold of the magazine was going to be because it folded out and he wanted to make sure that wherever he stood in the photo he'd be on the front cover and not. Fulled are on the inside. Consideration. To have that forethought I thought was really interesting to me with a staple in my far head. Oh my God. By the way, was the only artist team with a camera. We just shoot film. So we had some real foresight and he also writes about that's the day they finished mastering things fell apart that day. And that day was so interesting too, because you know, that was a Tuesday. A lot of albums were being released that day in some of those artists came right Blackstar tribe there. They were there j. j. released hard, knock life volume, two, right? But he was not their brand Nubian released foundation and they were there. But just, you know this, this this so much happened on that day actually kinda gets me to a point in maybe I'm wrong on this, but you know, the jazz photo was fifty. Eight rock and roll was taken over or was taking over as the popular music. But ninety eight was probably a pinnacle point mill. For hip hop, win that fair to be fair to say. I mean, or maybe a trend kind of between I golden age and going into a second golden age. So the question that might come out of that where there any, you know, young guys and girls who might not have been that well known but have grown since become a kind of Kip up artists and any back and forth between the old school and a new school guys. I would say like most definitely tally in those guys may were young. I mean, Blackstar like you say, I I, I didn't. I knew who most deaf was because Devon Rover som was working with him, but I don't. You know, other than that, I didn't really know his work and now he's like one of my favorite rappers well and that, yeah, I mean, Sheena, you probably know more. But one thing in watching Nelson Georgia's footage of that day that I thought was just really touching was like most being a total fan boy. And being like, oh my God. Am I here look, there's there's raw Kim there, so. And so they're so and so and then, yeah, if you think like nowadays, people would be having that same sentiment about him, but ninety eight was a big year. Right? It was. You had you definitely had that established originals, you know, legends that were there and then you had this new school that was really coming up and releasing albums and experimenting, and a lot of it too was experimenting with jazz samples. So also referencing the arcane moment. So, yeah, I mean, she can probably speak more, but what stands out to me as like most of just really. Anybody that you really wanted there that didn't make it or was scheduled and had to pull out the last minute and looking back. It's like a, I really wish they had been there. The only particular folk lawing hill was ready. She got there right as a photo was being taken. She didn't make the shot and make the lunch either..

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"I don't know how it got through it like. We. Face challenge after challenge after challenge in for the people listening for those that are single parents or for those that are struggling financially, I get it. You know, people see me now we have a fifty million dollar company that have built out of this and just a few short years. And we're growing up the seventy five million where where you hedge funds from doing a just number businesses and but I and they don't think that I get it, but I get it. I, I would sit there wondering what I was gonna see my kids, you know. And every day that was new challenge. We got to the point where my house was in foreclosure course asking to happen, right? Yeah, can't pay the mortgage. Car was in repossession. Yeah, right. I. I remember this one time where the the car the guy had shown up. Yeah, to get the keys from me so we could take my car away and I, I told, hey, you know what? Let me grab something from my car and some walking out with him. He's following me as soon as I get to my card jumping my car and turn on the keys, and I and I ditched through a parking lot, had a cut over the grass and jump into the street and take off and it wasn't because I was wasn't because I'm trying to steal this car from the Bank because I didn't pay my loan. It was because I needed a car to take my son to the hospital sh. Yeah. Like every other day we lived in our way I couldn't. I couldn't take the chance of taking the bus or something like that. Yeah. Like I needed a car to take my kids to the hospital and then Anita needed a car did I couldn't lose my car? Yeah, you know, that was I felt bad for the guy because you know, he came to my house later and I had to fight him off. Like I, I couldn't lose my car and it wasn't because I'm, I fought being honorable. To the debts that I owe versus trying to just trying to take care of the kids. Yeah. And so I mean, that's that's the Pat that you've taken when you made a choice here at Boyer. We call decision choices because the there's a power in the choice right? When you chose to go through the route of being a father and being there for these kids the minute you made that choice like that's the path that you've taken and that's like ten years ago, bro? Exactly. Ten years go, you went on a Pat that brought you exactly here right here right now telling the story. And as you said, you paver that motherfucking Pat. There was no Pat. No one has taken it before. You know, one guided you through that. No one. Talk your fucking hand in the middle of the dark. In the night. You don't ask for a hand, you just kept walking and walking and walking and. Seeing the light, knowing that you the all the matters is that you're there for your kids so that when they grow up your age and when they're hearing this podcast or when they're hearing the story of their dad and the book that's coming out soon. And the book that is coming out soon that they, they, they understand that they were under Pat with you that you didn't build it just for them so they can take it, but they have built it with you through the spirit through the strength through the light that came through them, you have forged the Pat, all three of you. It doesn't matter that they were one or one month and a half, two months or three years now they've they have always been by my side that is literally everyone in the world. I have been so grateful. My boys have been there by my side and you know this this event I'll take you to. There's always at pinnacle point, right? Is that that point to where you can't do anymore? And what I usually say when I'm when I'm talking to people as I say that was it's like thermodynamics, right? Thermo dynamics processed like cold, a diamond, Raigmore everything. Just converges onto the coal and and pushes it and crushes it..

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"So I didn't even question it. I just knew something that obviously was right, and we just we both jumped in. So it wasn't hard. A hard decision once you once you decide to step in, did you see it as well? Yes. All right. I saw it more from the emotional side. Obviously, you know you, you teach the nerds and the free spirits. Obviously, I'm the free spirit. I'm married to the nerd. So guessed it. So you know, once I'm once I was able to make that emotional connection and emotionally tight our finances to how emotionally I tire marriage together. And for me, I had to treat them the same. You know, it's a commitment and you know, when you make a decision, you life doesn't stop there and it just happens. You have to work at it and work at it. And so I made that commitment to work at this with my husband just as I work with my husband on our marriage, you guys have been fabulous coordinators. You sound like a great tag team really do brag. Yeah, I've. How much fun is it to teach that lead that class and have a front row seat to watch these other people change their lives? Well, I think it's real important to. Be excited to do something no matter what you do exactly. And you got a buy in all in. You can't sorta kinda do this stuff. And so watching probably two hundred and fifty families through and we were in a smaller church to. So this eventually became an in reach to an outreach. I wish bringing more people in through outreach as time went on because we had such a big influx of people at the beginning that wanted to do it, but the sit there and get the dive right in the middle of their lives. It was all the more shirts of this is why we need to do this. And that's led into the coachee Naidoo I've went from from doing FPU God kind of move me in two thousand eleven to do the one on one really cool. You know. And so I've probably met with a couple of hundred people why time that's where it's really gotten more exciting for us to do more of the coaching. The one on one becomes more personable and you can really dive into somebody's life and his crazy that to think we're old enough to be the mentors and t it's scary and crazy at the same time and and awesome. Rewarding. It really is house field and not even have a house payment to being. So here's again, I'm the emotional one. So we had our house paid off in February and the last week in may. We did the big family vacation, you know, obviously we paid cash for it, and so we went to Navarre beat, rented a condo on the seventeenth floor. Last walls mind you because I wanted the view. I'm so emotionally overwhelmed when we walked in that hit, my daughter will testify 'cause you sit right there next to me when I walked you and I started crying, it was just I can't even describe the peace and the excitement, and just the joy of being able to do something like that for our family and not have any stress of any kind of finances tied to that. You know that was going to follow his home and be this huge ugly cloud hanging over us when. No one else. So later you get to live and give like, no one else. I'm rowdy. I'm throw in a couple of things for my got just a second. Okay. Go fast. All right today is our pinnacle point. Right? You know what the pinnacle point is teach about it. Today's our pinnacle point, so I'm ready to enjoy the ride down. I love it. And now I'm going to get up tomorrow and the next day and the next day, you know, we're going to do. Anything I want anything. Draw. And say for that retirement house of a love, it Browder you guys, we got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you. Sign that is the next chapter where you become millionaires now outrageously generous along the way you guys are a lot of fun. Thank you so much for leading all those class..

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on Strong By Design

Strong By Design

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Strong By Design

"And i remember guidance counselor looking at me saying why do you have fs when you just had as on your last report card and i remember crying and not being able to answer that question because i didn't know so now you would think that someone can recoup from that very easily as being a kid and obviously i did not it was a very very very stressful thing for me i won my mom and dad together in the and i will tell everyone out there the last thing i ever wanted to go through because of that and what i went through that pain being pulled one way with my mom being pulled another way with my dad and back then you know it was fighting for custody it was wasn't fifty fifty shared parenting in going through that stressful time the one thing i made a pack with myself was the fact that i never wanted to be divorced if i ever got married i didn't want to ever have to go through that and or put kids through that so and what what a pinnacle point as child i mean anytime i think it's tough but that like twelve yes i went through it at thirteen we're like the same age you're in the middle puberty yeah i mean you're you're just trying to find out who you are i have so many questions and then all of a sudden right you're devastation my dad lose out my mom so with that being said let's fast forward now you know i it took me some time and i had a lot of anger i think inside that i didn't even realize because i didn't know how to handle it but let's fast forward so then i ended up meeting a girl and i ended up getting married all right we were in a relationship for eight and a half years and i love this girl more than anything in the world the time and course you're young you don't really know so with that being said we are six years in a relationship i waited for her to finish school she was a little younger than me i did everything that was not selfish i wanted to make sure it took care of her anyways we ended up getting married we ended up getting a house together i had a great job matter of fact that job went on for ten years i actually believe it or not was a master baking i and i remember seeing so the fixtures yeah yes so everybody out there so you know just as dan frigging yes seven add on oval areas yet no and i had long hair back then which i put up inside a ponytail but yeah i did i did i run a manufacturing plant for gourmet desserts for ten years so i'm a master at baking don't ask my wife now that because i don't pick anymore she's the cook oh my gosh she is so anyways back to that story i you know it was a dramatic scenario because this girl after eight and a half years of the person who i thought that was going to be with for the rest of my life and again made a pact that i'd never wanted to get divorced she cheated on me with my best friend and i you know i'm i'm sure people out there can understand where i'm coming from when you get cheated on it's a horrible horrible like feeling it's it's like someone broke in your house installed your jimbo's precious item yeah right and meanwhile it's my best friend so gosh it just adds as to in my entire life so everyone knows out there i.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Event and what happens is two things one temperatures plummet so it's almost the safety of like a reverse greenhouse effect and to all that light that's coming in from the sun is blocked making it very very hard for plants to engage in photosynthesis and of course if the plants have already been covered in piles of ashes they're not doing so great anyway so if one of these things is really bad it has the potential to really just devastate life on earth from you know for humans from an agricultural perspective okay let's go back to toba to mount toba this is this event seventy four thousand years ago what do we know about the physical manifestations of this explosion on the earth so as i said this was a very very powerful explosion and there has been evidence for this event scattered actually globally but what's really interesting in the current study is that researchers wanted to see if there was evidence of this explosion all the way down in south africa where there were large known human populations living at the time how far away is that that is a one essay maybe nine thousand kilometers i looked it up and it's not quite double the with the united states joe okay so what kind of evidence kind of artifacts were they looking for in order to connect this eruption to what was happening with people at the time so one of the two sites researchers looked at is a place called pinnacle point this network of caves very near the coastline where in the past scientists have found evidence of all sorts of toolmaking weapons actually i think it's one of the sites that has the oldest projectile weapons in the world and of course you know the remains of lots of shellfish which was a common food that people were eating there at the time.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And and i've got grand finance i had no idea anything about personal finance they do they don't teach you that is not part of the curriculum and part of the process hit amid a huge difference in our marriage to been able to talk about money and work together on that everything else is so much easier and uh so thank you for being the independent party to come into our living room and teach that and explained in such a way that we both learned new things and got on board together yes we finish the rest that class pretty quickly and we were attending a young married class at the time and they asked us to coordinate a class that year so while our first at few coordinating experience was shortly thereafter one would just finished our sixth class this month will thank you and thank you for leading the client that is very cool so now that all of that is behind you the house is aid for of field it's it's amazing it feels so light to have that monthly mortgage payment lifted that we've gone and as we're heading towards baby steps seven and the the pinnacle point where your investment income is is more than your earning it just feels like we've taken a jump forward a leap forward will will you you definitely definitely of congratulations you're gonna thank you very very fun so what ages and names are the kid owes yes we've got to dean here dean is almost three or i've gotta clark is oldest he is six and a half kenny jane is four and a half and we've got little marcy is eleven months love very cool very cool we've got a copy of chris hogan's retire inspired book for you signed by him number one bestseller we want to be the next chapter in your story that you're millionaires and you're well on your way in outrageously generous along lawyer and i think that's obvious that's the kind of folks you guys are so absolutely congratulations are very proud of y'all did you have more people cheering you on our did you have detractors no we sure did i mean we were we were weird in a good way but we certainly have encouraged friends we almost commute you know created a community around us we had friends who could share with them get them on board.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible

Exploring My Strange Bible

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on Exploring My Strange Bible

"And so the idea isn't beginning admit what's up there in with an he made it all back then okay now that is here it's an a state of togo volvo now this is good or bad well at depends on who you are if you're a lizard is tovua who bad now this where you live you live in the desert wasteland is a bad if you're fox or a spider something for whom is tobu volvo who not good a humans are going to be the pinnacle point of this particular story genesis chapter one everything is seen through the view of what is lining up for humans to live in a good space for humancentred view the universe genesis cia and how could it be anything else has thirty five hundred years old versus the nature of the story as part of the point the stories we'll see so this state of affairs however it's not find for lizards snug id for humans the rest of genesis one is about god taking togo volvo her and turning it into something something wonderful darkness is over the surface of the deep but was there hovering in the dark wild waste place scott spirit his personal life giving president is there and god's personal life giving energizing present shows up in the dark wasteland and what starts happening when god shows up in dark waste places good stuff happens right light shows servers three so this is another good one where it's like no stop stop at right and god said let there be light and we think oh yeah exactly light too little super teeny tiny pockets of energy called photons that are emitted by the sun right the hit the earth photosynthesis since on this very modern concept of light as a thing.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And is crazy that to think we are old enough to be the mentors in lament tea it's scary and crazy at the same time an an awesome early rewarding early is how's it feel the not even a hell of a house by domingos so here's again i'm the emotional one so we had our house paid off in february and the last week in may we did the big family vacation you know obviously we paid cash for it and so we went to navarre beach rented a condo on seventeen floor who last walls remind you because i wanted the view i am so emotionally overwhelmed when we walked in that hit my daughter will testify center right there next to me when i walked to and i started crying it was just i can't even describe the peace and the excitement and just the joy of being able to do something like that for our family and not have any stress of any kind of finance is tied to them you know that was going to follow his home and be this huge ugly cloud hanging over us one emerged aluminum aren't memorial to louven view thank you throw it a couple of things from my just as well all right today is our pinnacle point bryant you know what the pinnacle you teach about it today is our pinnacle point here so i'm ready to enjoy the ride dan i love it and now i want to get up tomorrow and the next day and the next day you know what we're going to do.

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"pinnacle point" Discussed on The VoiceFirst Roundtable

The VoiceFirst Roundtable

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"pinnacle point" Discussed on The VoiceFirst Roundtable

"Of uh you know early technology the internet was scary to them like you know we had had more or less say they were mail order which in a sense they were but they're really the first a true uh uh big internet company so that's that had influenced me merely on a bill sales companies i was fortunate get a few of them in the anc 500 then you don't ever really retire from these things because you know you you build relationships over the years and you know one company had over three thousand m sales people at one time and you know i kinda dropped back from that sold some of my companies and got involved in technology and that led me into a whole lot of consulting in a whole lot of advisement senna uh unofficially and officially worked with a lot of the you know the the bay area payment startups and uh a lot of people of that got involved in the early app ukawa me and i see these two trails in my life constantly converging and now they're out that pinnacle point where uh something that i call voice commerce is finally coming about and uh the idea voice congress is a typified in what we see an early alexa interactions where if you've made a prior purchase with alexa you can just ask for reorder so as alexa going off in the background there sorry folks uh that happen throughout the alexa coffers by the way the russia fuddy right so that might my my lease is very simple and that is the backbone the bill the web and the internet was advertising congress was part of it but advertising was would bill gugel and my premise and thesis into the future is that advertising as we know it won't exist in a voice first world where people are primarily interacting with their computers using their voice what do i mean by that once you know you can take aside division here uh jumping out of me because i'm kind of boring into the subject is.

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