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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 9 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports

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CP3 hits milestone, leads Suns past shaky Lakers, 115-105

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 hrs ago

CP3 hits milestone, leads Suns past shaky Lakers, 115-105

"The Phoenix Suns runner up in last year's NBA finals notched their first win of this season beating the Lakers one fifteen to one oh five Chris Paul led the way with twenty three points it's always nice when a specialist in first game we know we got a good team but when you when you sort of confirm that specially planned away replaced Devin Booker added twenty two lebron James scored twenty five points to top LA the sun's built a thirty two point third quarter lead the Lakers made a late run cutting it to nine in the fourth before dropping their second in a row to begin the season mark Myers Los Angeles

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Durant's triple-double rallies Nets past 76ers 114-109

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 hrs ago

Durant's triple-double rallies Nets past 76ers 114-109

"Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win he finished ten for ten from the line including to the clinch the win James harden dropped in twenty points to help Brooklyn come back from a one await ninety eight deficit Tobias Harris and Seth curry each scored twenty three points for the Sixers who again played without Ben Simmons Joel Embiid scored nineteen points on a sore right knee suffered against New Orleans in the opener I'm the ferry

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 Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 14 hrs ago

Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises

"A federal jury in San Jose California weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes has heard audio evidence in her fraud trial federal prosecutors played a series of recordings of all of the calls boasting to investors about what she claimed was a breakthrough in blood testing technology buyer firm Theranos the government alleges that homes due to sophisticated investors and major retailers about a bogus device called Edison the machine was supposed to be able to use a few drops of blood to scan for hundreds of potential health problems the flurry of investments at one point totaled nine billion dollars with their nose while not being in only forty Walgreen's stores after it invested millions if convicted almost could face up to twenty years in prison I Norman hall

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Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 16 hrs ago

Keep the Movement Going: Buy and Share 'American Marxism'

"One I want to keep this movement going ladies and gentlemen The movement that you and I know exists under the radar they were now and then we show some ankle Even our Friends on TV and on radio they don't acknowledge it but that's okay They react to it And I'll react We're in this baby We're on the front lines where the point of the spear you and me all of us Those of you who have not acquired your copies of American Marxism please do As soon as possible or get the audio or however doesn't matter whatever platform will ever form I was in Costco today for my regular hot dog and I want to salute kashka This book's been out now over three and a half months and Costco still has it on its table In Costco rarely ever does that Rarely And I want to salute yes Amazon Amazon is kept stocked up Barnes and noble Walmart has done a fantastic job Sam's And BJ's and all of them They've been absolutely superb So the books are there for now Then about the supply chain stuff I told you about paper It's no joke It's no head fake There really is a paper issue Let's toilet paper paper towels or paper for books So I want to encourage you to act I want to keep this movement going This is our way of trying to defend the country internally Most of us are not in the military overseas Most of us are not police officers or in law enforcement And we're not even talking about that kind of defense We're talking about defense in a republic As civilians

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Mark Levin Comments on Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' Film Shooting Tragedy

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 16 hrs ago

Mark Levin Comments on Alec Baldwin, 'Rust' Film Shooting Tragedy

"This shooting tragedy involving Alec Baldwin you know I take no pleasure in seeing something like this or reading something like this I don't like Alec Baldwin He's an urbanite to me But that's quite beside the point This is a horrible accident You've got to feel for the guys Probably going through all kinds of hell As is the family of hanya Hutchins the wife and mother who died in the producer exceeded director who was also shot with the with a prop gun He's been released And they'll figure it out I do understand that the usual crew at least some part of it had walked off the set and went on strike or some such thing And maybe that contributed to it I don't know A friend of mine Bill corsair said you know whenever they used prop guns or so forth they would open them they would look at them they'd make a 100% sure that they were as they wanted them to be obviously But that said you know we're not the left I'm not on social media I don't have to comment on social media on every damn thing and tweet and so I can't tell you how relieved I am not to be tweeting And not to be on Facebook and so forth But it's a horrible tragedy

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US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 23 hrs ago

US budget deficit hits $2.77 trillion in 2021, 2nd highest

"The deficit total two point seven seven trillion dollars for twenty twenty one that actually represents an improvement over the twenty twenty fiscal year when it hit the all time high of three point one three trillion both years numbers reflect trillions of dollars in government spending to counteract the devastating impact of the corona virus pandemic the Biden administration says the economic recovery boosted revenues in twenty twenty one the counting for the three hundred and sixty billion dollar decline in the deficit prior to the pandemic the government's biggest deficit had been one point four trillion in two thousand nine when the government spent heavily to lift the country out of recession brought on by the two thousand eight financial crisis the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office expects the deficit will fall to one point one five trillion in the current budget year which began October first Ben Thomas Washington

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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Ransomware (MM #3866)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Ransomware (MM #3866)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Ransomware is a word that people have been hearing more and more about this year, even though the ability for usually foreign hackers to come in and lock up a computer system and force you to pay them a ransom has been around for a bunch of years. Earlier this year, everybody heard about the Colonial Pipeline and the ransomware they were inflicted with. This past week we heard of Sinclair broadcasting one of the major broadcasting companies across America, having their computer systems inflicted with ransomware, but we finally reached the point where I'm getting upset because it's going to affect candy corn. Ferrara candy company, the company that makes most of the candy corn in America, their computer systems, which do, in fact, impact their manufacturing process, they have been inflicted with ransomware, and these Russian hackers want millions upon millions of dollars. You're going to hear more and more about ransomware and we've got to figure out a way to stop it because they're going to impact and disrupt American business as much as they can. That's one of the ways people are fighting wars right now. It's not about boots on the ground. It's about computers and in the air. And that's kind of scary.

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Ransomware (MM #3866)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Ransomware (MM #3866)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Ransomware is a word that people have been hearing more and more about this year, even though the ability for usually foreign hackers to come in and lock up a computer system and force you to pay them a ransom has been around for a bunch of years. Earlier this year, everybody heard about the Colonial Pipeline and the ransomware they were inflicted with. This past week we heard of Sinclair broadcasting one of the major broadcasting companies across America, having their computer systems inflicted with ransomware, but we finally reached the point where I'm getting upset because it's going to affect candy corn. Ferrara candy company, the company that makes most of the candy corn in America, their computer systems, which do, in fact, impact their manufacturing process, they have been inflicted with ransomware, and these Russian hackers want millions upon millions of dollars. You're going to hear more and more about ransomware and we've got to figure out a way to stop it because they're going to impact and disrupt American business as much as they can. That's one of the ways people are fighting wars right now. It's not about boots on the ground. It's about computers and in the air. And that's kind of scary.

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Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

"The Panthers beat the avalanche for one for their fourth straight win the eight point to make is the team's best start ever for a goalie Sergei Bobrovsky stopped thirty shots for his three hundredth NHL victory means something and it's I so I've been fortunate to play with great players you know with the great defenseman and and forwards and teams so and it's it's it's I appreciate them for this milestone Mikko Rantanen scored for Colorado Florida Sam Bennett scored his team leading fourth goal in two games Sam Reinhart Carter he added one each Anton Lundell got the empty netter the better said three other seven point season starts in each time they made the playoffs I'm more in Ruston

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Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Herro scores 27 points, Heat rout Bucks 137-95 in opener

"Tyler hero scored twenty seven points in just twenty four minutes off the bench as the heat blow out the box one thirty seven ninety five just the group of guys that that are around me I'm able to to be myself and a woman you want me to be myself you know this the life into me every single day but I mean yeah it is I mean is so I am Miami took control for good by out scoring the defending NBA champs forty seventeen in the first quarter they led by twenty nine at halftime and thirty six heading into the fourth quarter bam Adebayo provided twenty points and thirteen rebounds while Jimmy Butler chipped in twenty one points Yanis intend to Kubo had fifteen points and ten rebounds for the box who open the NBA season with the one twenty seven one oh four rather the nets on the ferry

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Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Young, Hawks open season with 113-87 rout of Mavericks

"Cam reddish scored twenty points and Trae young added nineteen and the hawks one thirteen eighty seven route of Luca di church in the Mavericks Atlanta added to a seven point halftime lead by outscoring Dallas thirty five twenty in the third quarter young scored twelve points and dished out nine assists in the decisive period reddish led a stellar effort from the D. parks badge which contributed forty four points to go to get a win like that on first game I was used to be a better on that side of the floor all up to you to keep progress on working on that but overall gonna catch was held to eighteen points on six of seventeen shooting to go along with eleven rebounds and seven assists the Mavericks shot a dismal thirty three percent in losing their first game under new coach Jason Kidd I'm the ferry

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Charlie Kirk and Professor Ben Burgis Debate Medicare For All

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Kirk and Professor Ben Burgis Debate Medicare For All

"So you want Medicare for All. Yeah. Yet HHS is the largest civilian branch of our government. So as we have expanded Medicare as we've expanded Medicaid, it hasn't been means tested as you want. We have hundreds of thousands of desk workers that are doing the means testing. Are you qualified Medicare reimbursements? And so under your example idealistic the point is that Medicaid is a test can not have a generous social program without a massive bureaucratic and dare I say corrupt administrative state. Well, I think Woodrow Wilson would even say that. Well, you need the industry. You think I like Woodrow Wilson? The guy who probably got college professors. Well, okay. And a college president. So he's kind of in your truck world. Okay, trust me, neither of those things weren't any points for me. But I think that. That's fair. But I did Woodrow Wilson as the guy who resegregated the federal law at the federal bureaucracy after trust me. Integrated speech. Dabs in jail, nobody on the left is going to say Woodrow Wilson is a hero. Liberals. Nobody on the left. But I was just going to say I know plenty of people that would, but that's fine. I don't think you're going to find a lot of LBJ. All these people believed in a strong administration. Well, maybe you're rattled off a bunch of liberals, but that's okay. We don't need to argue about historical figures. Let's just say this. If you're talking about administrative state, bureaucracy. Well, your example is Medicaid, which is a means tested program. And even at that, even despite the means testing, which is the part that gives the bureaucrats their power, which is also the part of objected to, even despite that, we're talking about bureaucracies as I think you mentioned earlier, bureaucracy, the government has no monopoly of bureaucracy as plenty of bureaucracies in the private sector. And if you want to know which programs have the smallest overhead, right? Even Medicaid, even despite the needs tested, Medicaid, Medicare, all of those have much smaller administrative overhead that any of the private insurance companies because the private insurance companies one, they have to plan out their strategy for competing with each other. And two, the private insurance companies have a vast bureaucracy that is dedicated to finding ways to deny people's claims because they've always got one eye on the bottom line for

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 Biden, top Congress Dems strategize on domestic plan

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Biden, top Congress Dems strategize on domestic plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the White House and congressional Democrats are facing difficult decisions as they try to pare down their domestic spending plan the White House and congressional Democrats are struggling to cut down there once three point five trillion dollar domestic policy plan to a more palatable two trillion dollars democratic leaders had talked about a Friday deadline but senator Joe Manchin says the concerns of mansions fellow democratic centrist senator Christian cinema remain an obstacle representative from Mila giant Paul who chairs the congressional progressive caucus told reporters he's talking to the White House so we'll just have

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Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Professor Ben Burgis on His Proposed 'Baby Steps Toward Justice' in America

"With us tonight is Ben or doctor Burgess or Ben Burgess, however you want to say it. We're going to be debating and we'll see where it leads us. Democrat socialism versus conservative populism, super thrilled, that Ben is here tonight to have this discussion. It'll start with some opening statements. And then we'll take it from there. The two minutes is yours? Doctor bridges. Thank you, mister Kirk. Thank you to town circle for setting this up. So I'm a democratic socialist because I don't think anybody deserves to have less power or dramatically worse life because of factors that are outside of their control. So that's the first part. That's the philosophical basis. Concretely, I think it's obscene. The way we have an economic system where workers at Amazon warehouses skip bathroom breaks because they're worried about falling behind in their quotas and their boss literally owns his own spaceship. Now we can argue about what a fairer society would look like. I can contrast what I would see as utopia with what you would, and I'm always up for that kind of thing. I'm sure we'll get into some of it later. But what I really like to start out with is not so much that end point as the baby steps towards justice that we could take right now. Things like raising taxes and rich people to pay for social programs that would benefit the rest of us, things like raising the minimum wage for the working poor. Things like make it easier for ordinary people to organize unions so they can have at least a little bit of a say at what happens in the workplaces where they spend half their waking lives, and I got to say, what I was confused with me about you, Charlie, is that I see you say that you're not like an old style kind of corporate Republican and the rigging Bush William F. Buckley kind of mold and certainly the politicians who seem to be most enthusiastic about people like Donald Trump or JD Vance now, make a big deal saying they're populists. They really want to help struggling people in the heartland. And if that's true, I don't really get why you don't support any of those things that I just

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Rep. Steube Presses AG Garland on Insurrection at Interior Department by Leftist Rioters

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Steube Presses AG Garland on Insurrection at Interior Department by Leftist Rioters

"Greg stubby Republican Florida was outstanding today Absolutely outstanding And again this right that we saw the interior department which again we were the first to point out Not the first to discover but to make a national issue Well it didn't really become a national issue because the media didn't give a damn about it Why Because these were no growth anti capitalist marxists who were riding I don't believe Liz Cheney's mention this Liz Cheney is caught in her own sort of stalinist box right now Trump that's why Trump banning their jail Bannon Bannon Liz wake up down now anyway cut ten go You went on to describe January 6th and I quote as an assault on a mainstay of our democratic system You have said that prosecuting extremist attacks on our democratic institution remains central to the mission of the Department of Justice So suffice it to say it's clear that you feel very strongly about using the full force of your position to prosecute those involved in the January 6th protests What is not clear however is if you will use the same force against violent left wing domestic terrorists Just last week on October 14th a group of extremist environmental and indigenous protesters forced their way into the department of interior They fought with an injured security and police officers sending some of those officers to the hospital The extremists violently pushed their way into a restricted government building in an attempt to thwart the work of the department of interior Police arrested at least 55 protesters on site but others got away Mister Garland do you believe that these environmental extremists who forced their way into the department of interior are also domestic terrorists

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Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 1 d ago

Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff Describes When She Knew She Was Different

"Welcome back to one on one with Marine Corps guttery sergeant Jesse Jane Duff. All right, so you joined the Marine Corps, Jesse James, you don't have driver's license. I want to give you MOS transport. They're going to be driving stuff. Big rigs. I got to ask you first because I'm just curious. What was your favorite thing to drive of all the rigs? Oh, they probably the Mac that when we at least a Mac truck at my commercial motor pole at camp Pendleton base motor transport. They at least a Mac at one time, and let me tell you there was nothing like it. It's like the Cadillac 20 feet up in the air. But I can tell you two of my favorite experiences. One was when I was driving. It was probably a flat nose white. I don't recall the tractor that I was in. And I was hauling heavy equipment to an Air Force Base outside of riverside, California to get offloaded onto a aircraft. And I have to drive through commercial streets, civilian streets, and I didn't have a concept of how I looked. I didn't realize I was pretty. I really didn't. I wasn't even allowed to date for goodness. Yes. Protective family. Straight into the moon. I mean, I knew I wasn't ugly, but I just did. So what happened? Well, so two things. Well, one. What are you wearing? Are you in common? Yeah, it's always in camouflage. So to experiences, being naive like that was very good for me because I was never arrogant or big headed, and I never thought I could. Manipulate people. No, I was always like, I got to prove myself. I got to work harder. Always. I was always like a maniac. So I'm driving this tractor trailer. Now remember looking at the roads and how the navigate the turn. This is a long trailer. And I look down and there's a civilian lady. She looks up at me. Her eyes pop out of her head. Her jaw drops, and then she gives me the biggest thumbs up, you would ever see. Like, she just thought that was so cool 'cause the side of the truck said the United States Marine Corps. I'm in camouflage. The second experience was offloading heavy equipment and, oh, no, to pick up equipment from an infantry unit in 29 palms. So I get out there, that's the desert. I have to back up into and I'm backing up into the dock to load up their hummers. They're humvees. And I jump out of the truck and the look on their faces was absolute shock. Now I'm a sergeant at this point. Marines are professionals. You hear all these horror stories from I'm sorry. In the Marine Corps, they see your rank, you don't hear a PEEP of disrespect. And I'm out of that truck and they'll look on their faces was seriously. She's gonna hold us out of here. You could just see it. And I said, all right, double dogs. I need to get you to drive up the hummers onto the trailer. And they're waiting for me to ask for help to chain it down. But we don't do that. When you're trained in the motor pool, you're taught how to chain down your gear. And again, I'm not thinking I'm a lady opened the door for me or help me. It was a different mindset. And then they stood there and watched me get the underneath those at the chains and then take the break apart, pull it in and clamp them all down all two or three hummers. And then I said, anybody want to ride back to camp Pendleton and that one of them had the balls to get on that truck. And I roll back to campell, guys, I'll see you there. And then they offloaded. But I would say those stood out to me because that's when I realized I was different.

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Ignition Point

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Welcome to ignition points. The show. That's here to get fired up and ready to win the weak looking amplify your mindset with fresh perspective. You're in the right place..

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Ignition Point

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Welcome to ignition points the show the to get you fired up and ready to win the weak if you're looking to buy your mindset with a fresh perspective you're in the right place. Hey what's going on? I'm Stephen Miller and you're listening to a point the show. That's here get you fired up and ready to win the week. If you follow me on instagram twitter Arlington. You probably saw me posting from Phoenix Startup Week. Of course that's why the show's been a wall. But it's one of those events you really need to find the time to experience you get exposure to great networking motivational speakers. Educational sessions in a remarkable set. A new resources to tap into each and every year so wherever you're from and whether in a startup or not do some googling and get out to your local startup week or your local entrepreneurship week. Once he figured that out. Grab your phone going your favorite APP for listening to podcasts. And make sure you're following the show to be notified when new episodes drop or season. Finale is only a few weeks away and I've got some big surprises. The first of which. I'll be announcing next Monday. But on today's show I'm going to be talking about how you can navigate. The pitfalls of partnership with Jenny Poon Jenny's the CO founder of Phoenix's purpose driven co working space called cahoots cahoots provides a professional inspirational space. For over two hundred eighty scaling entrepreneurs and small businesses by nurturing the community and promoting collaboration since day one cahoots has had a hand in creating hundreds of jobs in Phoenix and his earned high praises the number one co working space in Arizona. Number two in the nation and number nine in the world before starting cahoots Jan was known for her award winning work in the design community where she designed strategies for brands like the World Trade Center Association local I as E..

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Ignition Point

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Welcome to ignition point the show the tier to get you fired up in ready to win the week if you're looking amplify your mindset with a fresh perspective you're in the right place..

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Ignition Point

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Hey what's going on I'm Stephen Miller. And this is edition point the show that gets you fired up and ready to win the week from appreciating the influences that have shaped you to giving thanks to those who value. I hope you see why cultivating an attitude of gratitude should extend beyond Thanksgiving Week. But today I wanted to discuss how we can channel our appreciation and direct that positively toward making a difference in the lives of others as I mentioned on last week's episode. This is closely linked to the Hebrew concept of Taku Nolan which means world repair and while those acts of kindness often relate to protecting or uplifting less fortunate. These individual acts of repair can take many forms to discuss this in greater detail. I'm I'm so excited to welcome my friend. Mari Haber Marty is the president and CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix which works to enable change promote innovation and build community the Phoenix interfaith community in Israel and around the world above all else the Jewish Federation works to make the world a better place through his career. He served communities in New York. Luke New Jersey Cincinnati Detroit and Florida but now in his fourth year with the Phoenix Federation. Martin focused on donor development and preparing the next generation ratio of community leaders. MAREZ got a gift for making genuine connections and well. He's a humble leader. He's completely comfortable in front of a microphone. So let's get after it here to share how you can have a hand in repairing the world. This is Marty Haber one of the things that has struck me deep keep to my soul. Is this concept of Oslo shadow volume. How alum Omede which translates from Hebrew English in the world is built on three things? I'll Ha Torah for our for alchemy Lou Hudson deem on the Torah on the work and on acts of loving kindness and I think those those foundation cornerstones of what gives life meaning this idea of collude hustler. Deem acts of loving kindness are a big big part of what we refer to when we talk about the elements of Sadaqa. Coon Alum Sadaqa. To be distinguished comes from the towards Sediq Sediq Tear Dove Justice Justice Justice Thou shall pursue so Sak Sadaqa. Unlike charity is a responsibility. It's justice we have to justice. We don't get thanked for that. We don't expect to be praised for it. It's something deepen our desire to be human that we need to be just and we need to be right and we need to take care of the other. It's about doing acts of love and kindness whether it's on Thanksgiving opening up your door to that one other friend who you kind of found out. It's a little shy but you no. They're lonely and you know they're alone and making sure they come to your house. That's an incredible act of loving kindness. You can't match that that's.

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Ignition Point

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

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Ignition Point

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"This week's monologue is a perfect compliment to what Mary tau teams and I spoke about on the podcast last week after all, when you really take the time to level up your relationships, you validate your character, and you make your innermost truth felt these factors come together after awhile. And those people you've turned into raving fans grow to see you, as someone with a strong sense of integrity, yet, integrity, doesn't have a list of action steps. You can't do these things, and you'll check integrity off the list. It's not like a plugging or a browser extension. Integrity is a character trait that is chief by doing right by others. To me, the expression. Be good to your word is a great example of how you can uphold yours. Good people, the people who have your back and stand by their character make promises and live up to them by holding themselves accountable, when you speak with your heart and live by a code of ethics values. And agreements you live with an embodied integrity. Once you feel that you've mastered, your own integrity, you need to surround yourself with others who have done the same. I wanna draw your attention to what the author of this week's monologue invoked when they focused on the vital importance of family thing about what lies at the crossroads of relationship building in acting with integrity. It's there that you find the people who are most authentic who will stand by you through thick and thin the author of this week's monologue. Would say it's your family, but the answer I always come up with used your tribe, when someone says they're looking for their tried. It means they're looking for people who are like minded, loyal and dedicated to the success of the tribe is the whole, we're all looking for a tribe to call her own. We look for and gravitate toward those who reflect the qualities we admire. We know we wanna belong, and that we want to be heard and known, but just as each individual's unique, so's the journey to find their own tribe. What works for one person may not work for you and it shouldn't. This week, I want to encourage you to act with integrity and do one of two things. Either seek out your tribe or start your tribe. Choose your path and commit to it. If you're going to go out into the world and find your tribe, call out to them and advertise what you're looking for look for the people whose values align with yours and demonstrate compatibility in the way they interact with you. Use your network to identify those people who light up your life, then step up and ask to connect, it's just like dating your loud to make the first move. So you should people love to hear that you respect, or admire them, so address them in a complementary fashion to get a foot in the door if it doesn't feel genuine enough, communicate. Honestly, and be transparent had bet. You'll be surprised at the amount of feedback you receive. Over the course of this week evaluate your character demonstrate integrity and surround yourself with people who you're proud to call part of your tribe. Your tribe is out there. But only, you can determine the Pathak. It's you to them or them to you work hard and be yourself and never compromise your integrity. Ignition point is all about making a positive impact so please share the show with someone you think it would help your feedback help significant point to keep moving forward. So semi an Email to Stephen at decisive leap dot com or writer of you for the show on apple podcasts to let me know what you think. We hold out until the end of each show to share who inspired each week, significant point for two reasons to keep you curious and remind you to focus on the motivation. This week's ignition point was inspired by the twenty twelve Florida State University, commencement address. Presented by Lee Corso never regret. Being a good person to the wrong people. Your behavior says everything about you and their behavior says enough about them. So stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now, one day, you could be the one motivating the world with your story. I'll be looking forward to speaking with you next time on another ignition point. Now get out there and win the week..

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Ignition Point

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"We cover an influential speech or featuring guest keynote that'll get you fired up and ready to take on another winning week. Most weeks on the show, we talk about how you can disrupt your normal train of thought and take on any challenge doing so empowers you to do whatever it takes to achieve your goals. But this week, I wanna talk about integrity and why I believe it's the most important character trait that you need in your life and in your relationships. The surprising thing is much like the topic of owner ability integrity is probably something, you don't put a lot of thought into that's just because you can't put it on a to do list. It's equal parts behavior character and personal code integrity is unique amongst character traits, because you never prioritize it until you've been burned by somebody who acts without it back when I was figuring out my career path in college I thought I wanted to go into the music industry. I had this magnetic attraction to artist. Representation talent booking music festival. Production. It had this flashy sex appeal and high energy, but I really wanted to do it to help artists find a way to achieve their dreams without feeling the need to move to LA in New York to get their big break. Fortunately, for me, I landed in a music city for college Norlin, Louisiana. And the talent was just as, abundant as the beads and the bars. So I did what any- gung ho starry eyed up and comer would do. I am Merced myself in the music scene, and searched for mentors and opportunities. I didn't expect what I went on to find. Why would you ever want to be in this industry? You can't help me. So why would I help you? Go spend a year in the mail room. If I'm looking for men, t all come and find you. Suffice to say the stars in my eyes collapsed into black holes when I was determining how to pit for music. I had to figure out why became so disenchanted it turns out it wasn't the rejection. It was the fact that the music industry didn't share in my integrity, the industry. I came to experience wasn't just throat. It was straight up to Capitaine. The experience and the network burned me. But it made me realize that I needed to be a line of work where I didn't have to forego. My integrity to get a job or find success, what you do in life, shouldn't be selfishly inspired or chief by stepping on or over others. You need to surround yourself with people who share in your character and put integrity first now to give you a clearer perspective on how personal integrity and collective integrity can brighten your life. Let's get into the weekly monologue. Let's get after it. There's this old Chinese proverb about a cookie jar. A grandfather is in a big room with his grandchildren all around him. The children asked him grandfather, what is the secret to a good solid relationship? Their grandfather said relationships are like cookie jar if you take a cookie from the cookie jar without putting a cookie back into the cookie jar you'll eventually find an empty cookie jar. The lesson is the greedy are destined to fail. If you're in the business world, you should always leave a little on the table. You'll find that in every broken relationship, you have somebody took the cookies out of your cookie jar without putting any back in finding relationships where both sides put in selfless effort is a challenge a requires you to constantly gauge, a person's character. Are they willing to speak their mind? Are they willing to risk being wrong does their conduct? Make them good person. Are they leading by example? Are they taking responsibility for their actions? But the true test of any person's character is found in how they treat the people who they can't use everybody treats, presidents, vice presidents with respect and dignity. But how do you treat your secretary your valet or your waiter? How do you treat those people? Imagine you're the head coach of your favorite team you probably treat the players on the field. Great. But that's not what people will judge you on. And that's the secret. The watch how you treat the players on the bench. So how you treat the people in your life.

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Ignition Point

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Let your curiosity lead. You when is the last time you were genuinely curious about something what was it about? What did you find for the answers? How did it change your life? Let yourself be curious explore new things in may bring you to exactly where you're always looking for for the past few years. I let my curiosity lead me to new opportunities out of never dreamed of and I'm gonna get to that in a little bit. But for right now, I want to challenge you at this moment at this second to think about something that you are truly curious about go. Find out some more information on that one thing within the next week, it stirs something in you that could change your entire life. Give yourself permission to be creative as a pass division. One. Does sport athlete at Tulane university? I played both football and baseball and time management was absolutely crucial in my life. Because I didn't have a lot of free time. This experience taught me the discipline to maximize my entire day to have the maximum productivity. However, it did not allow me to be very creative with my thinking. During college had a curiosity about building apps. This led to create him first startup was able to build fundraise and launch an app this launch. My entrepreneurial journey said Monteilh life on a completely different path than originally anticipated. I always thought that I was going to be a lawyer in got into law school, but through creating this app, I knew that I had something that was stirring, passionate me. I was willing to put that on hold are not even pursued anymore. Just so I have the opportunity. To pursue my passion. This alternate launch my journey on a complete different path, which is generally made me the happiest I've ever been. The way that I even got to the point where I was able to come up with this business idea was that I was part of a business fraternity called alpha Kappa sigh, and I had one of the brothers come up at one of our meetings in say for all the entrepreneurial spirits out here. I want you to come up with a new idea everyday thirty days. So right now right now in this moment, I wanna challenge you the next thirty days to come up with a new idea every single day. This will be challenging most of your ideas are going to be absolutely terrible. But by the end, I bet you will come up with one gym or even more worth exploring. Challenge yourself to come up with the answers. If there's one thing I've learned about the adult foiled is that most people truly do not know what they are doing. They either have developed systems processes to help them get to the essence quickly and with his little friction as possible. We can find answers to any question. We have right now seconds. We just have to take the time to find the answers knowledge is power. You just have to find the time to go and get that knowledge all of us have the same amount of time one hundred sixty eight hours in a week. How are you spending that time maybe that means you sleep a little less? Maybe that means you don't want to must TV, but all of us have a hundred sixty eight hours a week. I challenge you to be more creative. And how you spend some of that time, for example, back when I was in college one of my good friends challenged me to read more books because he's told me what do all billionaires have in common. Billionaires read on average two hours every single day. That means they're reading more than than anyone else. They're more knowledgeable. They're constantly searching for more and more knowledge that will help their business decisions. So what I started to do was as I began to work out. I begin the listen to podcasts two books. So that as I was working my mind, also working, myself physically. And so I was getting the best of both worlds, especially when it came to my different curiosities. If there's something that I wanna learn now, I'll listen to a book are listen to a podcast in the same way that you can go and Google search for any question that you may have we have the resources now to where you can listen to it on a podcast, go read a blog about it, or you can go watch YouTube video that will purely answer any question that you have knowledge is power. So

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The Point

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on The Point

"That we experience our healing UC through the blood of Jesus we have remission of sins through the blood of Christ, our consciousness of our purged. We have redemption through his blood the forgiveness of sins. Peace through the blood were made by by the blood. We are justified by his blood. We are sanctified by his own blood. The blood of Jesus cleanses us, you see if you've been washed in his blood today, you have testimony. God doesn't see you the same way. You see yourself. The blood of the lamb covers a multitude of sins. What you see in yourself as not what God season you because what you see has been washed away by the blood of Jesus. The blood of the lamb would have been in vain without testimony in the testimony would have been impossible without the blood. The testimony of the Saint is a testimony concerning the blood of the lamb there's no greater testimony than changed life. It doesn't matter where you find yourself today. God sees nothing but potential in each and every one of you Jesus is our Passover lamb. So it's through dying on the cross and through the shedding of his blood that Jesus paid our debt. Our debt has finally been paid in full no longer just pushed under the rug. No longer just pushed off for another year. But our debt has been fully paid. It's simply up to us to decide what we're gonna do with lies now all God or follow the world. I'm andrew. Thanks for listening..

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The Point

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on The Point

"Year the blood would be poured and every year, the deliverance would be celebrated the law called for spilling the blood of the lamb that would be enough to fulfill the law that would be enough to satisfy the command it would be enough to justify God's Justice. But it was never enough to take away sin because it's impossible for the blood of bulls and goats sheep to take away sin. So the debt was never fully paid. It would only be swept under the rug for another year sacrifices could only offer temporary solutions, but God could offer the ternal one. So he did. So beneath the rubble of a fallen world. He pierced his hands on the wreckage of collapsed humanity. He ripped open his side, his children were trapped. So he gave his blood, and it was all that. He had his friends were gone. His possessions had been gambled away at his feet his strength was waning. His blood was all that he had left, but his blood was all it took. But with every drop of blood that ran down his back as his enemies beat him. Just as the blood of Abel cried from the ground. There was a cry of compassion. And mercy saying this blood is for you as they drove the thorns in his head in the blood ran down his face and forehead every drop was saying to his accusers. This is for you as they drove the nails in his hands and feet. The blood was crying out. You're going to need a savior someday. This blood is for you Jesus. Paid everything that we owed with his blood. So what is it that he paid? What exactly is it that we owed will Romans chapter six verse? Twenty three says for the wages of sin is death. But the gift of God is eternal life in Christ. Jesus our Lord when a person has a job they are paid for what they've earned through their hard work Cording to the scriptures. We have earned punishment and death for the wrong that we've done, but Jesus however paid for gift of eternal life and forgiveness. It's not what we deserve. We deserve the death. But it is freely offered through faith by his grace. I Peter one chapter eighteen through nineteen says for you know, that you were redeemed from your empty way of life inherited from your father's not with perishable things like silver or gold. But with the precious blood of Christ like that of an unblemished and spotless lamb. Sinn has resulted in our enslavement in bondage to the evil of this world and in order for us to be released Jesus gave himself over as a ransom. The ransom was not paid with silver and gold. It was paid with the precious. Blood of Jesus Christ. His perfect blood was shed to cover our sinful cells in a final sacrifice for all people for all time. Equations chapter one verse seven says in him, we have redemption through his blood and forgiveness of our trespasses. According to the riches of his grace. You see the word redemption is a loaded word when it comes to the death of Jesus This word comes from the Roman slave markets. Whenever a slave was purchased and released to freedom. It was called redemption. Jesus being our redemption means he paid the highest price and told us that we are now free to choose life rather than death. Then I Peter chapter two verse twenty four says he he himself bore our sins in his body on the tree. So that having died two since we might live for righteousness by his wounds. You have been healed you see sin is a sickness that each human carries within their souls, a sickness causes pain, anguish and destruction. When Jesus went to the cross he took on the sickness of the world was crushed by the weight. His death broke the disease of sin. It's by Christ. That we experience our healing UC through the blood of Jesus we have remission of sins through the blood of Christ, our consciousness of our purged.

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The Point

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on The Point

"We strive to make the pursuit of living for God's clearest possible. But sometimes we're still left wondering, what's the point. And it can be frustrating. Easter weekend time that we used to celebrate the death burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But why did he have to die in the first place and why in such vital? We're here to talk about I'm castor, Andrew. And this is the point. Lou, I'm pest, Andrew and welcome to the point. We just finished celebrating a beautiful Easter weekend. We had beautiful weather, and I know that churches across the country had beautiful services. And it wasn't just about candy and Easter eggs like a lot of the world tends to think, but we celebrated the death burial resurrection of our risen savior Jesus Christ. So we're going to dive right into why Jesus came and had to die in the first place. I I want us to go to revelations chapter twelve verse eleven and it says and they overcame him by the blood of the lamb and by the word of their testimony and they loved not their lives onto the death. Now, I wanna tell you little story. It was December seventh nineteen eighty eight at eleven thirty AM when Suzanne had gone to a house of a sister-in-law try on a dress at eleven forty one. She had just removed her dress to try on the other when the fifth floor apartment began to shake Suzanne, grabbed her four year old daughter and taking only a few steps before the floor opened up, and they tumbled in Suzanne her sister-in-law and Suzanne's daughter fell into the basement with a nine story apartment house crumbling around them, and they were trapped beneath tons of collapse. Concrete and steel there were some fifty five thousand victims of the worst earthquake in the history of Soviet Armenia. Suzanne heard her daughter's pleased, but there was nothing that she could do. Mommy. I need a drink. Please. Give me something. But there was nothing for season to give she was trapped flat on her back. A concrete panel eighteen inches above her head and crumpled waterpipe above her shoulders kept her from standing feeling around in the darkness. She found a twenty four hour twenty four ounce jar of blackberry jam that had fallen into the basement she gave the entire jar to her daughter to eat, and it was gone by the second day. Mommy. I'm so thirsty. Suzanne knew she would die. But she wanted her daughter to live. She found address and made a bed for her daughter though. It was bitter cold she took off. Her stockings and wrap them around the child to keep her warm. The two were trapped for eight days because of the darkness Suzanne lost track of time because of the cold she lost the feeling in her fingers and toes because of the inability to move she lost hope she was just waiting to die in an out of her brief sleeps. She kept hearing the voice of. Her daughter. Mommy, I'm thirsty and at some point in the terminal nights Zan had an idea. She remembered hearing about an explorer in the Arctic who was dying of Thurston, his comrade, slashed open his hand and gave his friend his blood. She had no water. She had no juice. She had no liquids. But she remembered that she had her own blood her groping fingers numb from the cold found a piece of shattered glass, and she slept sliced open her left index finger and gave it to her daughter to suck the drops of blood were enough. So she cut another finger. She had no idea how many times she cut herself. She only knew that if she hadn't her daughter would have died. Her blood was her daughter's only hope. For thousands of generations. The Jews had observed the Passover by sacrificing the lambs and every year the blood would be poured and every year, the deliverance would be celebrated the law called for spilling the blood of the lamb that would be enough to fulfill.

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Ignition Point

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Approachable. When I think about the actions, you should take to be more approachable this week discussing the importance of appearances seems like a great jumping off point, you know, that expression treat others the way you want to be treated spin that tour drastic present yourself to others the way you would want to be presented to so just for a second put yourself in the shoes of a member of your team or a member of your audience. Try looking in the mirror. European says a lot about you. So dress for success, monitor your body language, and definitely smile. More. People are naturally attracted to those who are happy by making your appearance part of your personal brand you lay the groundwork for a memorable first impression next. Let's put your approachability to the test this week find someone you can trust to be your sounding board. When you find the right person to hear you out be genuine and ask them about. How your words and actions make them feel in doing? So you let them know how I'll you their opinion. When they decide to open up to you. Listen more than you speak in always show, your preciado. It doesn't cost a dime to tell someone how much they mean to you. When you make thoughtfulness part of your new normal. Maintaining approachability almost becomes second nature last. But certainly not least I'm going to encourage you to own up to one way that you expect too much of yourself or the people around you it may take some soul-searching to figure this out. But when you do retire that ineffective expectation and determine a realistic standard to replace it with if you set aside some time to reflect and make a habit of developing healthy expectations. You can radically improve your attitude and reinforced longevity of your relationships. If you had these tasks to your workflow in aim to become approachable. You'll be amazed by just how quickly you see the benefits come into focus. If you believe it's possible and start today, you'll be thriving in no time. Ignition point is all about making a positive impact on Spiring leaders and young professionals of all backgrounds. So if any of the thoughts we shared resonate with you or you'd like to help us improve please writer review for the show on apple podcasts. You can join our community on Lincoln Twitter by using hashtag ignition point if you'd like to be on our next Minnie's owed of carpet weekend. Please share your big win of the week with me directly by emailing, Stephen decisive leap dot com. We hold out until the end of each show to share who inspired each week significant point for two reasons to keep you curious and remind you to focus on the motivation based on the response I received following episode one I decided to shake things up for episode two instead of featuring an adopted address from a famous influence, or I wrote the speech for this week's ignition point to remind you that you can always try something new if you like this original content, please let me know before we go. Thanks for supporting the show. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe wherever you listen to great podcasts. So you can be the first. To hear are new episodes when they drop every Monday for more you can check out decisive leap dot com slash ignition point throughout this week. Try to remember that big things happened one day at a time. So stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now one day, you could be the one motivating the world with your story. I'll be looking forward to speaking with you next time on another ignition point now get out there and win the week.

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Ignition Point

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"Welcome to ignition point the show. That's here to help you take the leap conquer your week. And chief your goals, if you're inspiring leader with an entrepreneurial mind or young fashioned looking for a fresh perspective, you're in the right place. I'm Stephen Miller, I'm passionate about helping people to realize their vision by taking intentional leaps forward under my consultancy decisively. I get to do this every day collaborating with personal brands and start ups who want to develop a thinning brand strategies and design memorable customer experiences. If you consider all your daily, distractions, social media, YouTube decluttering, your inbox just a name a few. It's remarkable that we managed to accomplish anything at all. This is exactly what inspired me to host the show to help you amplify. Your mindset sustain your relentless work ethic and sparked the momentum you need to empower another winning week every Monday through season more ignition point we will break down a monologue adapted from some of the best motivational speeches to discover the practical actions you can take to elevate the. Awesome work that you do to keep you curious will share who inspired each week significant point at the end of the episode and remind you to focus on the motivation, not the motivator. Sometimes it'll just be you and me, but I'm excited to feature of group of eight special guests that include thought leaders influencers and industry disruptors. So consider this invitation for media youth. Please subscribe. So you can be the first to know when new episodes drop every Monday, starting April fifteen for more info about the show. You can check out decisive leap dot com slash ignition point. Our goal is to make a positive impact on the world. So if any of the thoughts, we share resonate with you or you'd like to help us improve feel free to join the discussion with us on Twitter and Lincoln by using hashtag ignition point. So we can say thank you for helping others to leap forward with us. Remember to stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now one day, you could be the one motivating the world with your story. I'll be looking forward to speaking with you soon on another ignition point. Get out there and win the week.

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Ignition Point

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on Ignition Point

"I would need to let the feelings and lessons a failure transform into my power. Failures fuel. Failure is power. You must embrace failure as your fuel instead of accepting it as your destruction rule to lead from the bench in sports their times and athlete is asked to yield playing time to others on the team. This is called getting benched at times, you'll feel benched you'll be passed over for the promotion taken off the project, you might even find yourself holding a baby instead of a briefcase watching your colleagues, then get ahead. You're allowed to be disappointed. When it feels like life's benched, you the aren't allowed to miss your opportunity to lead from the bench your presence. Your support your vocal relentless belief in your team from the bench can give them the confidence that they need to win. If you're not a leader on the bench. Don't call yourself a leader on the field. You're either leader everywhere or nowhere wherever you're put lead from there. Rule three champion each other. You always be the person on your team who's responsible for the win. And when you aren't you have to throw your support behind the person who is this can be difficult, though, Huhne's impeded against each other in competition since the beginning of time for a seat of the table. This is not your fault. But it is our problem. Amplify your voices? Demand seats at every table where decisions are made claim the success of one as a success for all believe in the power of weei over me because their victory is your victory. Celebrate it know what your team needs from you. If your team needs you to play the role of supporter or the role of teacher. You should do it. Eventually you'll be called to action to demand your role. There will come a time for you to say give me the promotion give me the microphone give me the respect that I've earned. I learned the most. Important lesson about this. When one of my sponsors surprise me to retirement meeting with their plan for a sendoff commercial their message was this forget me, they knew I wanted my legacy to be insuring the future success of what I dedicated my life to if my name were forgotten that would mean that those who came after me were pushing on to new heights, be careful what you wish for they forgot me. But being forgotten. Never scared me would scare me was losing my identity. I define myself as the one who always gave one hundred percent to my team a few months later, I became a partner apparent a business owner in an activist. I still give one hundred percent and I fight every day to make a better future going forward. Don't just ask yourself. What do I want to do? What you do will never define you. Take pause and ask yourself this. Who do I want to be who you are will always define you? There's so much great stuff to unpack here. But I wanna start back at square one. Because after all it's what we're talking about today at the beginning of the speech. We talked about cautionary tales when you grow up. You don't have to shift your perceptions, but you should want to see the world through fresh eyes right to be clear. I am not telling you to go all Johnny Knoxville on life. But you should ask the hard questions endear to defy what's template for you along the path all save you the Robert frost quote for later date. I mean after all this is episode one. But let's go ahead and dive into some of those practical actions that you can take for your week going forward. First and foremost, I wanna bring up looking at your past you should embrace it. Take on exactly what we said in rule. One. Make failure your fuel. You can do this this week by defining a moment in which you got knocked the Matt choose something that was not necessarily too early on to drive you. I mean after all if you choose something too early in your life as a moment of failure. You could end up fueled to just not disappoint your parents for once. And I think we both know that you want aim higher than that. You should know. It doesn't have to be an immediate failure just one that is relevant enough in your life to drive you doing this allows you to establish your intent and follow a new direction. The second practical action. I want to bring forward to you is to lead from the bench and take on that moment where you can support your team. I could get into the idea here of the egoists versus the altruism. But this isn't a philosophy lesson for you the root of that point is just that the ego ist is the type of person the likes to put themselves before the crowd. The altruism likes to put the crowd before themselves. And what we wanna do. Here's find it. Happy medium plays of support for that team. The point is that you have to put the team before yourself. But remember that you're part of the team if you're not a Lear from where you're put don't call yourself, a leader at all, right? You can lead from anywhere the proper action to take on this note is to look at your role on the team as it stands today. Find one way to make your presence felt. Support someone's idea back somebody up or had reinforced the entire vision that you all signed up for the third and final practical action for this week that I wanna recommend that you take is to materialize your vision. You will never be who you wanna be and you'll never achieve your goals unless you put them on paper. So who do you want to be remembered, this is the part that defines you? What you can do is make a composite of yourself. It can be lengthy. But troop he told brevity can be just as impounding then post it where you can be reminded of it every single day. I was reminded once if you don't like your lifestyle, you should look at your results. If you don't like your results, look your actions. If you don't like, you're actions. Look, your attitude, and if you don't like your attitude, you must look at your philosophy. If you use these points to reflect on you'll be able to amplify the outcomes of your actions, and publish an amazing blueprint for yourself. Don't fear going back to the drawing board in revising this blueprint, though, you're hustling days will never be over here. Ignition point our goal is to make a positive impact on the world. So if any of the thoughts we shared resonate with you or you'd like to help us improve please writer review for our show. Wherever you listen to great podcasts. You can join our community. By using hashtag ignition point on Twitter and linked in if you'd like to be featured on our next Minnie's owed of carpet weekend. Share your big win of the week with me directly by emailing. Stephen decisively dot com. We hold out until the end of each show to share who's inspired each week's ignition point in order to keep you curious and remind you to focus on the motivation, not the motivator this week's ignition point was adapted from Abby Wambach twenty eighteen commencement address at Barnard college. Remember to stay motivated and keep moving forward. If you put in the hard work right now one day, you could be the one motivating the world with year story before we go. I wanna take a second in. Thank you for supporting the show. If you enjoyed our first episode, please subscribe. So you can be the first to hear are new episodes when they drop every Monday for more about the show. Check out decisively dot com slash ignition point. I'll be looking forward to speaking with you next time on another episode of ignition point now get out there and win the week.

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The Point

03:20 min | 2 years ago

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"Brought us from. What's really interesting is even some of Jesus own disciples didn't fully understand what was happening on this day. All of this was out of character for Jesus you see he didn't normally operate this way. He was never aggressive in how he ministered to people, and we should follow that example. But this wasn't a normal day. Jesus intended to use this to truly announce who he was and some of the disciples that this was the moment Jesus would take control, and he would truly show the power that he had and he would announce who he was. But it wasn't how they thought it should be you see Jesus did intend for this to announce who he was, but he didn't come to take control. See this was the beginning of the last week of Jesus's life. It was the beginning of Passover and soon his journey here on earth would come to completion. And the ultimate plan would be fulfilled. And if he had chosen not to go on this journey to the cross we as Christians would not have the hope that we have today. This was truly the time that Jesus took to took the focus off of the individual healings and focused on the big picture for humanity. You see we find in this little story of him coming into Jerusalem. He didn't take the time to perform miracles. He didn't take the time to to truly demonstrate the power that he had. But he made this actually a little more about him than about the people. He focused on the big picture. And we as a church need to shift. Our mindset in the same way, we have to shift our focus away from our own need and back to a bigger picture of saving those that are searching for God in this day and age you see we are coming to a time that has to be less about us and more on God and his kingdom Jesus on. This Palm Sunday was setting an example of changing focus to the eternal big picture. The church today has been far too focused on our own personal needs. When we need to get over ourselves and start focusing on the same eternal picture, you see it. No. It's no longer supposed to be about our journey, but Jesus journey. God is calling us to an attitude of sacrifice. Instead of an attitude of bless me. And we have to begin to recognize who got is in our lives and spread into the word of who. He is those around us. You see if we can achieve a paradigm shift in our attitude and focus we will see the kingdom of God grow and change into what God intends for it to be. But it's up for us to make it no longer about our needs. But about his kingdom and those searching for relationship with him. If we can do that, we will truly see a shift not just in our churches, but in our personal walk with walks with God, and will truly see the kingdom that God has intended for. I'm pat.

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The Point

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on The Point

"Your grace point. We strive to make living for God, that's responsible. But sometimes we are still left wondering, what's the point. And it can be frustrating. What is a miracle out? We move in the supernatural. Well, the bible gives clear direction and how to have a move of the super. Pump about that today. I'm past ranger. And this is the point. Welcome to the point today. We are talking about how to have a move of the supernatural before we go any further. I wanna turn to acts chapter three going to read verses one through ten now. Peter and John went up together to the temple at the hour of prayer the ninth hour and a certain man lame from his mother's womb was carried whom they lay daily at the gate of the temple which is called beautiful to ask alms from those who entered the temple who seen Peter Jon about to go into the temple asked for alms and fixing his eyes on him with John Peter said look at us. So he gave them his attention expecting to receive something from them, then Peter said, silver and gold, I do not have. But what I do have. I give you in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up in walk, and he took him by the right hand and lifted him up and immediately his feet and ankle bones receive strength. So he leaping up stood and walked and entered the temple with. Them walking leaping and praising God. And all the people saw him walking and praising God. Then they knew that. It was he who sat begging alms at the beautiful gate of the temple, and they were filled with wonder in amazement at what had happened to him. So what does it take to have a move of the supernatural? You know, we read in especially the book of acts of all the miracles and wonders that took place and you have to wonder why don't we see that as often as they did? Why did it seem to be a normal thing for them yet seem so rare in our age today while the bible gives us lots of direction on how to have a move of the supernatural, and we're going to look at for things that you have to have to get that move of God to get that supernatural thing that get that miracle in your life. First thing is you have to have desire. So ask yourself. Do you have desire desire, not just to observe a miracle? But to be a part of a miracle. Do you have the desire for God to expand your spiritual horizons to a place that you can see? The actual miraculous happened in your life and in the life of those around you. I chronicles chapter four verse ten there's a unique scripture J Bez. Was a man who is named for one thing meant pain. But in this long list of so-and-so beget so unsold solo. So we get so so and this portion of scripture that usually puts most of us to sleep we find this single scripture with this prayer that Jay Bilas has and its first chronicles chapter four verse ten says J beds called out to the God of Israel. If only you would bless me extend my border, let your hand be with me and keep me from harm. So that I will not experience pain and God granted his request. See this is a remarkable scripture to me because obviously this prayer was so important that that God felt it need to be needed to be put right in the middle of all these boring scriptures to me, it's a little nugget of truth that if you're not paying attention, you can just skip right over because you're so bored with the rest of it. But this prayer. Are says a lot this purse is God expand my territory, God give me more than I already have not just in the natural sense. But in the spiritual sense, God expand, my spiritual walk with you. You see it's time for us to desire more. It's time for us to grow time to let God enlarge our personal. Territories. It's time to take back some dreams that we felt were stolen stolen from us to take back. Our families to take back backslid and children that belong to the Lord. Take back the people, you know, should be sitting with you on the pew in church. Then it's time to come together as a church and collectively take back some territory in our cities. You see we have to have a desire for this though. God's not going to just give us all of these things without us desiring and asking him for it. When you grow. There's always going to be growing pains, and we may feel that pain and feel regret. But in the end, the pain of growth will always be worth it in comparison to the pain of stained complacent. Why do other countries? See more miracles us in the United States. We want miracles, but we're always hearing about our missionaries in those overseas who are truly seen major miracles happen in their congregations over one, it's desire. It's a need. They have no other choice. So how can we change our mindset to see more miracles and manifestations of the supernatural? We must decide that we have no other choice other than to see God perform the supernatural. There must be a need. We have many needs in our lives, not just physical, but financial and emotional and some miracles we need to maintain and God may do a'miracle in our finances. But if we go back to destructive patterns, and it's not truly going to change anything. We have to have a desire not only for God that perform the miraculously in our lives, but has such a desire that we can maintain the miracle that he's provided. It to us. God may do a miracle emotionally. But can we open the door to fear again? If we choose to when he's taken it away from us. So we have to have the desire. Second thing. We have to have is we have to have thority. We have to recognize where the power comes from we go back to the man healed at the gate beautiful in acts chapter three reading versus eleven twelve. Now as the lame man who was healed held onto Peter Jon all the people ran together to them in the porch, which is called Solomon's greatly amazed. So when Peter saw he responded to the people men of Israel. Why do you marvel at this? Or why look so intently at us as though by our own power or godliness, we had made this man walk. Can we depend on God? When we

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The Point

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"point" Discussed on The Point

"Grace point we strive to make the pursuit of living for God as clear as possible. Sometimes are still left wondering, what's the point? It can be frustrating. This week. Pastor talked about becoming a new manning Christ. What is Christianity are we to obtain them? And how do we share? That's what we're going to talk about. I'm past Andrew. And this is the point. Loon? Welcome to the point this Zep Assad too. I feel like we're off to a good start. And this week. We're talking about pastors message yesterday about a new man in Christ. What does it mean to be new man in Christ? Whoa. When you think about that, you're gonna really asking the question. What does it mean to be a Christian while they're latte of definitions out there too? What a Christian is. And a lot of people have different opinions of what a Christian is some people would say that you're Christian if you get up on Sunday mornings and go to church some say that you're Christian because you know, all the bible stories ever written. Some would say your Christian because you go to bible study every week some say that you're Christian because my family's Christian. So I'm a Christian someone say you're Christian because you live in America and America is a Christian country, some say, you're simply Christian because you believe God exists and some say, you're. Christian just because you're a nice person. So how do we truly define our Christianity? What does being a Christian mean? Will pastor talked about the dictionary definition, and we're gonna go through that right now. The dictionary says that professing belief in Jesus Christ or following the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus or relating to or derived from Jesus or Jesus's teachings relating to or characteristic of Christianity or or it's here. It's showing a loving concern for others or being humane. Or it's one who lives according to the teachings of Jesus. So that's what the world has to say about Christianity. So by the world's definition of a Christian. We probably all have a lot of work to do by the world's definition. We're probably in a lot of deep trouble, actually. So let's look at the bible. What does the bible say about being a Christian? That's where we're really going to find something that we can trust definition that we can trust. What pastor used Fiji's chapter four versus twenty three thirty two. But that isn't what you learn about Christ since you've heard about Jesus and have learned the truth that comes from him throw off your old, sinful nature and your former way of life, which is corrupted by lust and deception instead let the spirit renew your thoughts and attitudes. Put on your new nature created to be like God, truly righteous and holy. So stop telling lies. Let us tell our neighbors the truth for we are all parts of the same body and don't sin by letting anger control. You don't let the sun go down while you're still angry for anger gives a foothold to the devil. If your thief quit stealing instead, use your hands for good hard work, and then give generously to others in need. Don't use foul or abusive language that everything you say be good, and helpful. So that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them and do not bring sorrow to God's Holy Spirit, by the way, you live. Remember, he has identified. D'you as his own guaranteeing that you will be saved on the day of redemption, get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, harsh, words, and slander as well as all types of evil behavior. Instead be kind to each other tenderhearted forgiving one another just as God through Christ has forgiven. You. Wow. It's a lot. There's from what I can see the word of God in the dictionary really are pretty close on what being Christ like is. So what are we supposed to do about? It. It seems far too difficult. Will it is difficult. You see I can get up on Sunday mornings and go to church, but what have I done all week to show my walk with God. Have I liked the scripture says thrown off my old sinful nature and my former way of life, which was corrupted by less than deception if I haven't then what good is calling myself a Christian. How can I say that? I'm a Christian if I still act like I did when I was lost before I received the Holy Ghost. Do I edified? God do I show myself as a Christian? What do I do in school all week or at home or at work? Did I read the word of God? Did I pray? How angry did I get bible says and don't send by. Letting anger control you. Well, how many lies did I tell what am I doing in secret is at godly? Bible says in verse thirty one get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, harsh, words, and slander as well as all types of evil behavior. And if I can know all this bible stories by heart, but am I really living them and living. The example that they give do I believe them. Do I tell others about them? Am I Christian simply because my mom and dad say I'm a Christian. If they're living, right? Why do I have to? Bible says the search out my own salvation with fear and trembling don't count on everybody else to get me in heaven only, I can do that. If I believe that got exists. Then why in the world of my not living for him? If I really believe that God exists that I would know that he requires my everything all the time. I would know that it's more than just believing. It's living it, so how do we live it? You say pastor Andrew this just seems impossible. How I supposed to do this. Well, it's not impossible. We just have to do it one day at a time. But it's hard. I can't do it. I want the things of this world, you might say. Well, you have to think what is it that you really want? You have to ask yourself. What's truly important to me? Is it the things of this world or is it life? Eternal you see if I wanna make it to heaven. I've got to surround myself with good people. I've got to pray for the wisdom and understanding of God's word I've got to fast. So that I can get my Karnali under subjection, and I've got to worship. So I can feel his presence. See the bible says he can habits are praises. So if he inhabits our praises than we probably should worship. So you say pastor Andrew going to church and going to bible studies and believe in God. And being a nice person does not make me a Christian than what in the world. Am I doing here? Is the I'm not saying that those things aren't good for you. In fact, they're great for you there some of the most important things that you can do. But what I am saying is that those things alone are not at all enough. I'm saying that we need to reevaluate I life, and how we live it we need to look a little closer at what we do outside of going to church. You see we can't just go to church and call ourselves a Christian, but we have to be Christian minded people even outside of the four walls of the church building. See

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