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Fresh update on "programmed" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "programmed" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"9 11 is the aim of a new report in Maryland Having 9-1-1 call takers undergo implicit bias training is one of 24 suggestions in the next gen 9-1-1 commission's report commission chair Marilyn senator Cheryl Kagan says many of the recommendations will be incorporated into a half dozen bills being introduced during next year's legislative session Other recommendations would streamline mental health services for 9-1-1 call takers and classify them as first responders On the tech side it also would make sure cell phones making emergency calls can be pinpointed in multi story buildings New tonight D.C. mayor muriel Bowser is resisting an effort to change a pilot program on dressing that is addressing the unhoused in the district That bill was announced yesterday by ward one council member Brienne de Doe It aims to pause the clearing of homeless encampments around the district until at least the spring In the dose words quote many times it is not a matter of whether and captain residents will accept housing It is that they have been experiencing homelessness and there are real challenges that can't be resolved before ten 30 a.m. on a date that someone else chose But in a letter tonight the mayor is saying we can not turn to blind eye to what's happening at encampment sites she backs the care pilot program which aims to streamline.

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What Would Happend if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 1 d ago

What Would Happend if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned

"Today is a big day in America because the Supreme Court I believe now while we're taping this is hearing the oral arguments in a Mississippi case that could end up being what overturns roe V wade. And I just want to be on the record and say, there's a lot of false information out there, okay? When people who are pro abortion say that overturning roe V wade will be some dramatic horror. I just want to say to those people, there are plenty states in America where if roe V wade went away yesterday, you can still get your late term abortion. So you're fearing you're hearing a lot of fear mongering from people who act as though, you know, we're going to go back to the 1820s. And I just want to be clear that even if roe V wade ends up being overturned, and the scheme of things, it's nothing. We're still going to have plenty of abortion in America. The only thing that will change is that we are not going to have a preposterous federal law that says every person in America is somehow entitled by the constitution to an abortion, which is ridiculous. Even if you are pro abortion, the idea that our constitution somehow guarantees abortion into the last month, it is preposterous. It's bad law. And on this program, I always just want to be clear about what we're dealing with. So abortion doesn't get wiped out if the Supreme Court undoes roe V wade. So this is a lot of fear mongering you're hearing on the other side and you're going to get a lot of we're just going to have a lot of that. You're going to have a lot of people freaking out. And I just want to say, I don't even know what you're freaking out about because abortion will still be legal in America, unfortunately.

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Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 2 d ago

Is Roe v. Wade on the Ropes?

"We did know that the abortion case was taken up by the United States Supreme Court, the third branch of government article three, 9 justice on the Supreme Court in that way for a 150 years, the current regime wants to change it. And they want so essentially the issue is this is that Mississippi has passed a law that outlaws abortion at 15 weeks. The Mississippi solicitor general has decided to take that law and defend it through court, the pro abortionists, the people that are on the side that it's not a human life, it's just something else called the cells, the center for reproductive rights, they're arguing out in front of the Supreme Court. Now, I'll be very honest. My expectations were low. I'm a very pro life individual. I speak out about the scourge of abortion. We've done that on many different occasions here on this program and on our podcast. In fact, I encourage you to check out the Seth Gruber conversation from this last weekend. Connor, what great timing that we posted Seth Gruber when we did? We were holding on to that sets of dear friend. He is one of the most articulate pro life activists. I encourage you to check out that podcast, the best case against abortion you will hear. And I did not expect to have much action. I expected the justices actually Alito and Thomas I expected to probably draw a line. I didn't expect some of the middle justices like Gorsuch or Kavanaugh or Amy Coney Barrett to start to signal that they were somewhat sympathetic with the Mississippi abortion law. Now we have a lot of sound that I want to get to here. We have a lot of different kind of cuts that I want to get and the name of the case because you're going to be hearing this time and time again is Dobbs versus Jackson's women's health organization. Dobbs V Jackson and it's looking like for just kind of a bystander that roe versus wade might be on the ropes.

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Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Chris Cuomo Bullied Andrew Cuomo's Top Aide Melissa DeRosa on Handling Allegations

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Chris Cuomo Bullied Andrew Cuomo's Top Aide Melissa DeRosa on Handling Allegations

"So Chris Cuomo goes in and starts advising his brother and had a handle the sexual assault allegations The scandal against him And in the beach you era CNN stands by him Think about this now In the me too era CNN stands by him In chill the transcripts come out of his conversations with the governor's top adviser Melissa derosa Now Melissa derosa was bullied also by Chris Cuomo who was saying things to her like you need to trust me You don't know what you're doing here I know what I'm doing We are making mistakes we can't afford So he's bullying the governor's top aide Telling her what to do You need to bring in me and liszt Smith and Jeffrey poll You need to do all these things Listen to what I'm telling you to do Do this do that Well he's on CNN pretending like none of this is happening Then he goes on and he lies to everybody and says oh listen I was just helping him as a brother to brother Just give it a moral support No big deal I want to talk about it ever again And they didn't And so CNN just didn't talk about it The governor of New York resigns and the 9 p.m. host on CNN Does not bring it up Does not mention it does not talk about it It's only when Chris Cuomo hands off his show to Don lemon show which I believe 8 less people watch so that would be a total of 42 people watching both programs Average of course 42 people watching And then gives the show the reins over to Don lemon and then Don lemon talked about it but only after he and Chris did their little handoff together I love you buddy Love you Love you more love you Love you Big guy love you big guy Love you like a brother and then Don lemon would go on then Chris Cuomo would sign off and Don lemon would savage Andrew

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Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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'American Marxism' Is the #1 Book of 2021

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 d ago

'American Marxism' Is the #1 Book of 2021

"My publisher informed me today that American Marxism was being Costco another week or two It's been there really a record amount of time came out on July 13th and it's been there since As you know Costco doesn't have a very big table And I want to thank them for all the support they've given to the book but I want you to know it's not going to be there long It will remain at Barnes and noble It will remain at Walmart At target at Sam's Club at all these other places it will remain there as far as we know Now here's what I wanted to tell you I'd been chomping at the bit to tell you this Because it's since Thursday and I haven't been on the air since Wednesday If you go to Amazon.com right now the book is 50% off 50 that's the highest that's ever been its $14 for a hardback copy of American Marxism The number one book of 2021 did you know it's the number one book of 2021 Yes because you listen to this program You listen to any other program on radio any program on TV virtually any website and you wouldn't know that Conservative radical kook anything You wouldn't know it This is the number one book of 2021 fiction and nonfiction It's 50% off for the holidays Now Amazon is very fickle They could change that in 15 minutes So I want to strongly encourage you to get over there if that's what you want to do for Christmas Hanukkah just started Happy to my Jewish friends Hanukkah has started Christmas is 26 days away by my calculation So everything is appearing now 50% off for a copy of American Marxism If you wanted to give a gift it's $14 off in other words it costs $14 You can't get a fast food meal for two people for $14 So now is the time to jump in if you have not I'm quite serious

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No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

No. 1 Georgia routs Georgia Tech 45-0, looks ahead to Bama

"C. F. P. number one Georgia has warmed up for the SEC title game by blowing out Georgia tech forty five nothing Stetson Bennett passed for two hundred fifty five yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs secured a perfect regular season at twelve and we're just focused on doing the duty lies nearest we knew what this game meant for us and for the history this program and that if we slipped up anything could happen tight end Brock Bowers hauled into scoring passes including a seventy seven yard TD Kenny McIntosh added a fifty nine yard scoring run meanwhile the Bulldogs allowed just one hundred seventy one total yards in their third shutout this season Georgia began the day leading the nation with averages of seven and a half points and two hundred thirty six yards allowed I'm Dave Ferrie

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UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant

"The U. K. has tightened up credit restrictions off to finding two cases of the new Omicron variants of the virus British prime minister Boris Johnson explained the fears of top scientists and the government is does appear on the chrome spreads very rapidly and can be spread between people who a double vaccinated as a result Johnson's government has imposed new measures to slow down the spread of the new variants will require anyone who enters the U. K. to take a PCR test by the end of the second day after that arrival and to self isolate until they have a negative result in addition mosque wearing the shops and on public transport will once again become mandatory Johnson also promised top scientists to exonerate the vaccine program both of the U. K. cases were in England other links they also both involve travel from southern Africa Karen Thomas London

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India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

"The serum institute of India the world's largest vaccine maker whose resume exports of coronavirus shots to the U. N. backed Kovacs distribution program off the whole thing most overseas sales in March vaccine was also part of the C. room warehouse in Pune South India destined for a pull on project based on the company most of it being productions main supplier was an explosion of cases in India resulted in a cutoff of exports the suspension was a significant setback for global efforts to distribute vaccines equitably new infections in India have now fallen to the lowest levels in months on the first new exports under the Kovacs program are on their way I'm Charles collect as much

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Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:41 min | Last week

Author William Federer Describes 'The Treacherous World of the 16th Century'

"William Federer has written a book called the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it which its effectively the prequel to America's freedom, William Federer, welcome to the program. Great to be with you. Hey, I mean, the treacherous world of the 16th century and how the pilgrims escaped it. Most of us know so little about the 16th century. We don't think of it as treacherous or non treacherous. What are we talking about here? What is that what is it that got you to write this book? You've written so many books on history. It's a joy to talk to you on any historical subject. But I love it when you come out with a book like this, because you really have done your homework and we get to benefit. What is it that why do you call it the prequel to America's freedom? What did they leave? Well, Europe was ruled by kings and it was being invaded by the sultan of Turkey. The Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent he was surrounding Vienna. So backdrop, the Muslims conquered all of North Africa, which used to be Christian. There were 250 Catholic diocese along North Africa. Muslims invaded Spain and held it for 700 years and they were just driven out in 1492. So just a couple of years earlier, the Muslims had controlled Egypt for 600 years. It had been founded by the Christian face Mark that wrote the gospel of Matthew Mark Luke and John. And then Siri was completely Christian for 6 centuries of angiotensin by the apostle Paul until Khalid Omar conquers it. And the Turks convert to Islam and they invaded to what is today Turkey and all 7 churches mentioned in the book of revelation are wiped out and then they finally cross the Bosporus and conquer Constantinople in 1453 and then finally they're invading Europe and surrounding Vienna Austria the year 1529. So here we have an Islamic invasion into Europe and just a couple of years earlier the reformation started 1517 with Martin Luther. And so Europe has an inside outside chaos going on and the Holy Roman Emperor is the king of Spain. Charles V now the title Holy Roman Emperor means he's sort of responsible for defending Christendom. And so here he is wanting to defend against the Islamic invasion. At the same time, he is inherited all the new world, right? Columbus discovered it for Ferdinand Isabella. And so he's taking the gold from the new world to fit out his navy to keep the Muslims from taking over the Mediterranean

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James Golden Describes His New Book 'Rush on the Radio'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

James Golden Describes His New Book 'Rush on the Radio'

"But I want to say James, you played a role in the growth at turning point. You spoke at our conferences for years, and we were just small little group at the local hotel, remember? You would always show up and look how far we've come. It's really, it's really amazing. So thank you for saying that. And you have a book out. Rush on the radio. Tell us about that. You know, it is what I hope Charlie to do is to give people a behind the scenes look at who Russian bought really was not as defined by his critics on the left who never listened to the program who never took the time to really delve into who rushed them but was what it was about. And also to give people kind of a behind the scene looks at what it was like working with him. And I bet about my own background on how we came to work together. So one of the things that I hope that we accomplished in this book is not only was rushed in amazing professional at what he did. He earned every single accolade that he got in terms of for his success as a broadcaster. And as the best broadcaster of our times, and he earned that through hard work through perseverance do not giving up when there were many times where his career could have stalled permanently, but he just kept going at it. And then he had the most amazing success. So yes, rush was the most important broadcaster to me of our generation. If it were not for his success in reviving a.m. radio, first of all, when it was when it's death throes. And then his program brought in a rash of other talk shows. It grew talk radio into a medium that played a large role in shaping and still does America's body politic and also our culture.

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Rep. Rashida Tlaib Endorses Closing Federal Prisons and Releasing Everyone

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | Last week

Rep. Rashida Tlaib Endorses Closing Federal Prisons and Releasing Everyone

"Did you see the conversation between that screwball, Rashida Tlaib? And what's the guy from axios? Oh, you got to hear this. She endorses a program that would literally free all prisoners from federal prisons. And when she's cornered on it, she babbles like an idiot and starts to giggle and smile remember this is the class act that screeched. We're gonna impeach the MF the night she was elected. And I remember thinking that's a member of Congress, this lunatic, these morons voted for Well, wait till you hear what she says is a good progressive for you. This is what must be defeated in November of 2022, or we're going to lose this country. If we have nut cases like Rashida Tlaib in the halls of power, we are in huge trouble.

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Joe Biden's Lies About His 'Build Back Better' Plan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:04 min | Last week

Joe Biden's Lies About His 'Build Back Better' Plan

"Joe Biden has lied about everything He's a serial plagiarist and liar Folks this is important not to insult Joe Biden although he deserves it It's important because the man's the president of the United States and there are still people on the fence about this guy in swing states who believe somehow magically that this guy is the real deal Not only that in order to sell to you a bunch of bogus programs that'll do nothing but bankrupt and destroy the country He's doing so based on a number of lies One of them is lies about his bill back worse plan He calls it bill back better The only thing it'll be good at and better at is making us worse So it's the build back worst plan He keeps claiming ridiculously in defiance of the laws of economics and common sense That nobody's taxes are going to go up despite the committee for a responsible federal budget already determining your taxes will go up because of this bill And second he keeps claiming even more ridiculously so that the $1.8 trillion price tag will cost zero Now if something costs zero why does it have price tag Is that hard to figure

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Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | Last week

Sen. Doug Mastriano Talks About the Importance of Local Politics

"And so that's why it's important that we have more diligence and that we have more people active politically and running for office what have you and every position support. We saw this past year in Pennsylvania and across a nation that school boards are important. The county commissioner's important, even state senators are important. And so we can't stand aside now. Yeah, yeah. I know. And I've said this on the program before, it's one of the things I knew growing up that phrase that said, all politics are local. And it does start right with your local school board. That's the basis and you go up from there. Yeah, you really can't make this stuff up. I mean, obviously loudon counties put an exclamation point on a whole point of view there and how important even school boards are. But, you know, around my state here, thankfully, a lot of people instead of just standing aside and here's one thing out, but that really strikes me. American Christians, we have to be careful about, I guess passivity is maybe not the right word. But just I guess lack of care, you know, hey, things are going terrible in our country and then Christians will often say they'll throw their hands up and say, oh, it's God's will. That is ridiculous nonsense. No, it's not his will. For some reason God chooses to work through the agency of men and women like you and me to stand in the gap like Esther's like giddy and like Martin Luther picky here, George washingtons. And if you just throw up your hands, all right, God will raise up and deliver deliver from elsewhere Esther chapter four, but it will take time. There'll be

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Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:30 min | Last week

Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News

"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond

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NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last week

NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

"Was I Derek Johnson NAACP president on defaced the nation Kenyan go It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial Now this is what always amazes me So he speaks for all African Americans I could ask people to call this program We have millions listening at any given time all across the country and I found out all across the world I'll tell you about that in a moment And ask them a first do they know who Derek Johnson is many I'll say no And second I asked him does he represent you Many of them will say no but he claims to So let's start from the top Go ahead It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial We have far too many individuals sitting in jail for crimes They how do you know that How do you know people are sitting in jail for crimes they didn't commit How do you know that I'm quite serious He has no idea Go ahead For crimes that were committed And here you have a 17 year old who illegally purchased and he never purchased a gun Oh for God's sakes I have to go through this He never purchased a gun they had to drop the charge that was brought wrongly About an illegally having a rifle because under Wisconsin law it was not illegal Unless the unless the barrel was shorter like assault off shotgun but that's not what they had They measured it and that had to be dropped and the judge dropped it Should never have been charged for that count So he never bought it And it's a 17 year old yes He was allowed to have that rifle Go ahead I'll stabilize He didn't travel across state lines When they made travel across state lines I mean travel across state lines to commit some kind of an

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Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

"Now the build back better act has been the bill that you've probably heard bits and pieces discussed for the last couple of weeks and months. The build back better act is one of the largest spending bills an American history. The build back better act is so important to the current Democrat regime that they have decided to make the following bargain. They would rather lose power. And get this bill passed. Their poll numbers are historically low. The popularity for Democrats hasn't been this low in 30 or 40 years. Yet the question that is frustrating and confusing and confounding. So many normal Americans is why don't they care? You see I've had that same question. We've wrestled with that together here on this program. And then this morning I got up, and I asked our team, producer Connor and producer Andrew Andrew did a great job feeling yesterday. I said, what's actually in this bill? Send me the details. Send me the information. And as I got to actually reading, what is in this bill? I have now come to the realization. As to why Pelosi and Schumer are comfortable, satisfied and content with losing power if this bill goes into

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Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'

"My friend doctor Kim Clinton, the book is take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. You have stories in this book about people like George foreman, I love George Foreman. I want to get him on this program. I just want to talk to that guy. Tell me about him, but maybe before you tell me about him. Tell me what you just told me in the break about what about men who have blown it, who have messed up. Yeah, Eric, one of the things that I see a lot and have conversations with men around is Tim. I made some mistakes in my life. I haven't been a good dad. I've not handled my marriage all that well. I struggle in my relationship with God. And I don't know what it means. I can do things. I want to and they're given a little bit more what we would call as religion versus a relationship with God because Tim if God really knows me the way you say he knows me, there's no way you could love me. Because they look inside and they see the brokenness. You know that? And Eric, here's the central message of the book. And that is, is that God is constantly reaching toward us. He desires us. His heart is there. And he wants us and he beckons us to come to him. Just like we want our kids to come to us when they're broken. When they're struggling, when they're lost, when they're confused, I want my kids running to my lap. And God can handle our emotion. He can handle the brokenness of our lives. He just simply wants us to come

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"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"You've already fucking pointed that out choose divan worker at you. Got a big giant fucking. Brian in your head engage on switch on lock. And this is what i'm choosing for myself. Now let me look at these other items from here from this choice would need to handle with any to put in place with any to start giving time and energy and thought to and actions to actions and by the way my friend your way too much in your fucking head when things go on things are gonna go wrong man. It's not gonna work out. It's oh fucking k. It's all fucking k. You'll be fine. How do i know that your year your parts pumping you're fine. You took a few smacks ammos. You'll probably take a few more before you die just like me and everybody else in this fucking planet. It doesn't always go your way. I'm sorry a little bubble burst. That's because you still live eleven. A bubble off at least chose to live in a bubble without acknowledging you bubble and we are all in a little bubble and we all get it fucking pop known again and it's uncomfortable in it's uncertain and there's that experience of survival. And how can it do am iraq and blah blah blah blah blah blah. Okay but i'm i'm listening to your your description of your life you've actually built three lives for yourself. Does the first one you had during your twenties. Then there's one you had an american. No there's this other one you've got at this stage of your life this life you've built like then just build another one build the next phase of your life ner but this time do it consciously instead of some fucking reaction to the smack in the mouth that you got or what you didn't like create hunts create your lights your connections your family create and follow the path of your own creation. All right you guys. That's going to do it for this week. Show as usual. Subscribe if you haven't subscribed then stop fucking less than my show. Then come on that the fuck up. You're asking me to step up. I'm stepping up for you. Subscribe to the show right this show please and review the show wherever you get your podcast. If you haven't checked out yet please check out the unfunny store for deer that we've got in the new gear that's going to be coming up in talking but for a few weeks but these things do take time if you want them to be. Good are guys. That's it for this week. Don't forget the new audio sanity and a time of what can only be described as fucked up nece. But it's a book dealing with the current paranoia but fucking pandemic upheaval. And you know all conspiracy theories of course so as a new audio book available where all audio books are sold you you.

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"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

08:09 min | 4 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"All right all right all right. Welcome back to the second part of the show and this question for the nation part of the show. This is a question. I go and actually today so the day that i record the show usually type to question advance like i'm going to go without one but as i told you before i don't work mindset. I just picked the question and call the answer life. But i got this question this morning and brought to mind a place that we often get ourselves until okay so this question comes from one of european less knows this is from hans olympic casa as castro case. Anyway hand says. Hello gary. i'm a great fan of your show. Perspective is so much more valuable than advice. And i need perspective. Ope you guys get what he's saying that but anyway hind says. I'm stuck between two worlds. That i have created myself. I can't decide which one to eleven and go on with my wife. Here's the background. I grew up in europe then left in my mid twenties and ended up and the us where i've always wanted to live. I was happy there. But after eight years i had a breakdown. I had a bad accident. My fiance last me unexpectedly. My job was weighing heavily. Me on one of my parents fell very ill back in europe. Once so resourceful and confident. It felt like my entire life crumbled in an instant. I panicked was diagnosed with general anxiety disorder and sunk into a deep depression. I moved back to your to be close to my parents for as long as we still had time together. After four years back in europe. I lost my job and fell back into depression. I'm very unhappy in this country. I cannot manage to find a new job here even after a year of trying and despite my great academic credentials i cannot relate to people here i never could. I know understand why. I just wanted to leave when i was in my twenty s. I miss my life in my friends in the us terribly. And i feel like. I betrayed myself by leaving their like. Betray the dream that i had worked hard on become too yet it would break my heart to go back to the. Us moving six thousand miles away from my parents who in bad shape and need care. I feel bad for leaving my settlings to the job of caring for them to an myself around this issue and cannot come to any conclusive thoughts about what and particularly wear. My future should be. I am stuck in the same thinking patterns that failed to produce results. I need perspective. And i would be grateful to hear yours alright hunt. Let's take a stab at your question here. A rather your conundrum. Because it's a conundrum that you find yourself in and for everybody lesson you don't want to be a lesson to han situation you know. You're watching a fucking reality show. You got to lessen to what i'm about to say from the perspective of your own life and where you've got and what you're doing and if you're stuck with making a decision or between two worlds or how do i do this and keep those people happy and keep myself happy in la. Okay so hans. What you're doing is what everybody does right. What you fundamentally. Don't hit us. What everybody does does nothing at the center of your choices. Okay soldiers but what about what about what about what about this. What about that. What about this. And what i say to and i live my life. This way is the way that we initially approach life is. How can i make this work. Okay and what you'll notice as though even when you begin to apply logic to it does already some things that you've put in place that whether you can see it or not are immovable. Things like this can't be moved. So throughout your description of events several immovable objects that i would invite you to challenge. Okay so what are your immovable objects. As i cannot be happy here. That's an immovable. Object and your mind. I can only be happy there. Another immovable object burdening my settlings immovable. Object being responsible for my parents immovable object. And so you're getting pulled laugh right santer. In what always say an necessarily my life. I pick one and go from there so if i say i can only be happy the us all right while a moving. That's for sure. How do i make this work. Everything else how everything else work or my parents had been declining years. I want to be around. Okay good put that in the metal make everything else. Work like go to work and solving those like their problems not immovables. So you know. I mean peck. Anyone is an example right. So i want be around my parents and the declining years and i'm just going to do that until you know they've both passed away all right. Well that maybe ten years may be twenty years all right. So let's say let's call it fifteen years and have no idea what a gre appearance. I'm just throwing this user number. Let's call a fifteen years all right. I'm going to be here for fifteen years. How do i ll. Evidence filed life in that time. How do i make living and that time you know again. It's like you're looking for a job with your academics. I gather but you might have to let go attachment to that. Have to go a different than action may have to do something to meantime. You may have to make things weren't empty. Start a business. You may have to an randy. If you're like can't do that can't do. That can't do that. You're not allowing yourself to be with something that i would call possibility. You're immediately resisting. What's possible which is what most people do. Because they're attached to these immovable objects they say shit will. It wouldn't work in my situation. I know because you're attached to your situation when assay attached to i mean like you are that says this way as to be this way and it doesn't matter what you might want to change our say you want wanna change that for you. As a movable object but he's thought to relate to these things like their malleable like giftable again. I'll use the example. If you're going to stay around to be around your parents how do you vitalize yourself. You travel we. That's one simple on. So how do you solve your employment situation. I don't know maybe in europe you could live in a fucking neighboring country and get a job there and come visit your parents every weekend and by the way. I'm not giving you out. These things like these are the things you should do. These are the things that show up. When you start elo your brain to be with something called possibility like stretch out. Like what are the possibilities. How do i make this work. But you start from one you start from. This is what i'm doing. And i talked about this on other shows by the way it's not about making the right choice is just about fucking to something and start working. Shed up people get completely paralyzed by the idea of the right choice. You levin a fucking chaotic universe. How could it even be a right choice. The choice you make and the consequence and that's at do you want to try and make a choice that that really positively impartial. Sure but it does no guarantees..

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"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"About and there is no one near. This is just fish. So you're you're swimming and your sub-conscious beliefs and it's not about reprogramming that stopping that change in that. It's it's become an fucking olympic athlete with it split becoming so skillful with that like your radar for that is on hypersensitive mode. Like you'll fuck. I see you. I see you book western. That's why i've been able to do what you do. Is an author. My deep penetrating subconscious. Belief of myself is that i'm not smart enough. You think that fucking goes anywhere. Oh yeah reprogram yourself. Gary i'll give me a fucking break. Come on but i'm like fucking memento with that shit when i see it whenever it comes up like oh my gosh is to complicate or can't do or whatever reason that are typically come up with push away aniston might intellectually challenged me or expose me. How do i deal with the threat of being exposed on loudspeaker. I fucking tell you. That's what runs me. And then the moment that i tell you it's no longer running me and it's about introducing new phrases like i don't understand which was new for me once upon a time for me to say i don't understand that would usually just fucking shut up and pretend that i dead or someone says if you ever heard of blah blah blah. Now i'll say now. I've never heard of that really. Don't go yeah fucking really tell me whereas in the past would have tried to hide that but that mechanism that initial little second to second of the desire to hide or indulge. It's there. It doesn't go anywhere. I've just got better and better and better and not living that life. Not living the life of the automatic that i've ended up wes. How did i end up with us automatic. The same way everybody else. That's you come in this life a life that you have no fucking clue but when you're born that your your baggage is just what you've agreed with yourself. As the truth you're overcoming your own belief system you're overcoming your own thoughts and opinions and not overcome in life. I put this fucking thing on twitter a few days ago and it's such the case it so like people will fight for the logic that they're trying to get past. You can produce a new kind of year while retaining everything. You currently believe to be true. Can't do you have to start questioning what you believe to be true about stuff like relationships in love in money and your body like all of that needs to be question because everything that you've got this true but right now is what's got you and the whole unit..

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"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

08:15 min | 4 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Unfuck Nation with Gary John Bishop

"Bishop bringing you the best and fucked up accent since one thousand nine hundred ninety. Four all right. I think that's a pretty good start to the show. Don't you all right well. I've had this little topic increasingly on my mind. These past few weeks and a fuel is zeph. It's time to address this thing called the subconscious. It seems to me right from my vantage point. That is where i'm setting. It seems to me like most personal development stuff is an to can a different polls case. So you've got the will will can a psycho scientific spiritual group has yet on one side and it's just basically a collection of you know entrusting views and theories cobbled together to give you. You know whatever they can give you to empower you. She gets that whole side of things. I'm going to call them the wounds and then on the other side of things this other poll as the strictly motivational people right. Who's just basically say shit like you know. Get over yourself and in you can't do up but your past now anyway. So get over and la la la la la la la right seems to me anyway. I'm always gonna stuck in the middle between the two with them. I'm like now now. Don't say that no don't do that. Oh what the fuck you don't feel was both could be to really responsible quite frankly you know. I think it's irresponsible to just say to somebody get over it all right now ultimately. That might be what they'll have to do but there are steps to that that are ways of doing that. That are ways of dylan west. Your past such that. The white of that is no longer a burden for you. And it's not. Just get over it or it's not just get past that it's not just the right but at the same time something that he'd always stuff about fucking subconscious programming and please man to stall stall every time you come up with this idea of subconscious programs like someone programmed year. Mean i if you really want to set yourself up to be a victim. Go ahead but i'll tell you this for sure. Newer assigned says you are not born a blank slate. You're not born a blank slate. Whatever program you might have thought you've got its way more than just the way you are fucking raised. Although the way you were raised was a big deal. You job as far as i'm concerned if you wanna listen message and what i do you job as it to re fucking program yourself or some shit like that by the way and if people are telling you that reprogram yourself or you know even undo old programming. They're talking shit to you. It's bullshit now. Quite simply awareness is the key to everson succeed africa so once you get aware of something when she see something about yourself you've never seen before that's no the one one of the things that you need to start keeping an eye on for like that's that thing play out again so if you read for instance. I've been talking about stop doing that. Chip which was my second bobby talking but i quite a bit as you weeks now. It's not for sales already sale. And really fucking while so and that book get until what is it. What's at play subconscious your subconscious. If you'll like is really only designed for you to survive a world. Tell say that again. Your subconscious is really only designed for you to survive a world not the world a world. The question is what world the answer to. That question is the world you believe to be true. So your subconscious is designed for you to survive a world that you believe to be true that world is made up of three fundamental things you other people and this situation you find yourself end called a life. The problem we're all your subconscious. It's based on very specific experiences that you had growing up so you not wrassling. We are south. You're wrassling with your view of yourself. How you see yourself and your darkest moments that's raslan was the problem your subconscious as it has to keep proven that that's true so if your subconscious view of yourself is. I'm not smart enough. Your brain is wired hard wire for you to keep bumping up against that hard. Why not soft wild hardwired for you to keep bumping up against i'm not smart enough or i'm not good enough or whatever you're fucking thing might be again. I get into detail and stuff that when that ship your subconscious hasn't there. It'd be fucking reprogrammed. This data be uncovered. Like if you just look at it. I want you in your life all of the struggles you have at appropriate to the subconscious. You have they all just remind you that it's almost like this. It's like wife is happening. And then you just drop the big youth filter over the top of and when you drop the youth shelter on top of life you see all the familiar things that you would see all the familiar things that you felt. It is designed to see the problem. Is you mess everything else and not only the mess everything else. He actually mess all the examples that can flecked with the filter you ignore those or dismiss them potty your filter as subconscious notion that you have that you're not loved if someone says i love you that's that never really penetrates you either. Find a way to dismiss them or dismiss the experience. Like all of. That's fine for you. But i don't get that love. Kano exists as a phenomenon for someone who and their heart heart's like that is deep within themselves that as their subconscious. You know deep within yourself. She's tissue and blood. But i'm talking about your subconscious subconsciously relate to myself like i'm not loved. That must always triumph. My life becomes about overcoming. That idea. Until i know some. You're like am. I gonna fucking terrible for me because i believe that about myself and all my god gary out me the reprogram. You don't reprogram. This is awareness. This is where you use other parts of your brain. Will you get aware of holy shit. That's what i do with love. That's what i do that. Or if at some level you believe you're not good enough that's what you do with your dreams or that's what you do when someone acknowledges you for doing something good. Yeah not off like you even be with you so run by. You can't see it like fresh water. Fish doesn't know it's fucking water. He said he likened though it what he fucking talking.

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"programmed" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To be programmed with that car. So Not as easy as just getting a bit numbering going in saying, Hey, I'm a car salesman. Give me give me a key to the car, so I don't know. Maybe years ago, That might have been true, but I don't think it's true today. You can't just go to Joe's auto parts and by a fob, so you cannot Not for my car, Not for Mercedes. Yeah, myself. You know, I think most dealers are probably the same way because they're going to most manufacturers are very sensitive to people breaking into their cars. I don't think it's going to happen. I don't think that's happening much. It seems like back in the day you go back 30 years ago. It's almost like dealers or auto manufacturers wanted people to steal your car. So you'd have to buy another one. They made it so easy. Back back in the day. You could come into Mercedes, for example, and they had a machine that would actually was back when you had a hard metal teeth, and we had a machine that would actually put a blank in and it's a router kind of thing. And they would make a key for you and hand it to you. And there wasn't a security that you had to prove the ownership you had to prove. I think the problem came when ex husband or ex wise would go into the dealership key for my car, and they would take their husband's car. Yeah. Cars? Yeah, that was that was the problem. Yeah, I'm trying to think that because some keys used to have printed on them, No copy or something. But you can still hardware store would still copy it if you wanted them to. So yeah, Yeah. If you had a good sob story just wanted This wasn't the bungle, but it's not as deeply as those guys made it seem to be all right. Guts covered. Thank you. Great body else do the same. Let's check our.

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"programmed" Discussed on Multitrix GRD

Multitrix GRD

05:20 min | 11 months ago

"programmed" Discussed on Multitrix GRD

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"programmed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"programmed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That David had programmed to respond in real time to what the live musicians were doing. And the results were really quite elegant and beautiful. We'll hear a little bit of the title track again. This is from 1977 music by David Berman called on the other ocean. Yeah. Everything. His music from David Berman. Austrian born long time fixture on the New York music scene, and back in 1977, he began pioneering this combination of human and computer music..

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"programmed" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"programmed" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"This is from a guy named gold. Mond. On twitter. To my point of who anti is these are social justice. Warriors spoiled snotty nosed brats again. He's the these are the punk kids that donated. Some of their parent's money to the presidential campaign Bernie Sanders. He's our feel the burn losers, a matter of fact, one of them was actually videotaped yesterday. outside of protest, giving instructions on where to set the ASTROTURF table up at. So Goldman says I rub shoulders when a lot of ANTIFA while living in Bushwick Brooklyn, which became a trendy honeypot for every spoiled alienated loser who despise their own upper class family that that that? Is exactly the way I described him yesterday. Middle to upper class. That got. That went to government. Schools again have been taught to hate their parents into hate their success and have taken the brainwashing one hundred percent internalize it and are now living it. I rub shoulders with a lot of ANTIFA while living in Bushwick. Brooklyn Bushwick Brooklyn, which became a trendy honey pot for every spoiled alienated loser who despise their own upper class family easy to profile the clowns because they can't think for themselves. And their twenties and thirties dead drugged out is and Raja's greasy. Zero confidence except winning groups a type of person who wants to be recognized, but doesn't have the talent to do anything significant I love this guy. successful people avoid them because. They're such losers. There are such. Losers at life. Yeah, I know. Their allies with S J W feminist crowd because they feel oppressed. Oh Crimea River snowflake. Press because they don't WanNa work real jobs and are used to being supported by their wealthy family who also despises them? Mark again. Just what did I? Tell you yesterday. This goes back to the family. If you want spiritual counseling on this pray, pray pray and fast. Tomorrow is the day. If you're a Catholic, get ready no me tomorrow, join many of us. We're GONNA. Pray for an end to this madness. Pray for the church to grow some courage, and for priests and bishops to grow spines, and to stand up and tell the covid Karen's no. No.

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"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

Uncensored Advice For Men

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

"You lean for g move towards the truth now should say ally. I hate them And what did you? What Eileen backwards and yeah yeah exactly you lean back or your body collapses perfect perfect excellent so this is a tool whether you better with the worm heart or better with this way. This is a tool to tie you back in to your strongest brain and your body your heart brain and to your intuition your body knows what's back and it will always tell you. There's there's one other tool time. Here's there's one to five minutes left. Got Five minutes. You got if if we could do it. Let's do it if not Might be a good You Hey we could do it. Let's it no. Let's let's just keep it with these two if know people want to Learn more and learn the additional tools they can reach out to me Let me just talk about one lot one last piece so basically. What I'm trying to do here is get people out of their eagle heads so the first tool is to pull it out. Whatever they're worried strep etcetera talked with thank it. What no you no longer need to watch IT UP IN TORONTO WAY TO A number one throw away right away the EGO and the fear and all the other things that show up tool number to either use the warm heart or the Sway Tab to learn what you should do and to listen to your intuition so last thing is the more you do things that you like the more likely you're gonNA feel good and start having more of the life you want and so many people are so caught up in everything they have to do in the world that they're not taking enough time for what I call your happiness boosting activities and you know when people take vacation. They often go to like Hawaii or to a tropical place where they can sit on the beach and just relax. You know what that's one of their happy places do more of it right guys might WanNa get out on the golf course because feels good. They feel refreshed and feel great. When they're out there they might hike or bike or do things go play a football game with friends. They might be very very social. But the more you do. Happiness boosting activities in your life. The better you're gonNA feel and the better. Your life gets in addition to turning off the ego and listening to your intuition so more of a as as we're wrapping this up like to be honest and this is coming from a guy who doesn't feel very well. I feel like I'm Bob Man. I think that I I talk well. not real. I think I communicate with people. Well I UNDERSTAND. People will like this like when you started mentioning this stuff it to me. It seems off. It seems weird to be honest but when we were talking and and I'm just being honest here but when we were when we were talking and you were walking through stuff like I. I know that I'm GONNA get I know when anxiety starts hitting me because it starts hitting the in certain ways and I could feel it or I feel if I'm getting frustrated when I'm talking about Mommy or whatever I could I could feel things and I've ignored it because I was like. Oh and but I could sense that. It's coming right some guys. May they might feel it in their face or whatever to me it sounded. It sounded weird like when we were talking. I was like yeah gotTa get you on the show so we can talk about this but like mine. Kirkman to the guys out there like there was something when I walk through that exercise. There was something there like. There was something that like that made me think or feel and like I said it's weird but like I encouraged guys ached. Try IT OUT. Put put on this recording and try it out. Walk through the exercise or or reach out there. Like there's there's something here I don't fully know what you know. What what. The full thing is but I felt warm. I felt love when I was thinking of my kids. It changed my state of mind though. Mine current guys is like checking the marlins doing go you know. Go into the show notes you know reach out there like just listen to this recording tried again and you know let us know like hey man if you are something that school like dig deeper and reach out to someone like you know. Marla to kind of walk you through this but Marla like this is. This is unique. This is interesting. I haven't experienced anything like this and it made me feel super uncomfortable and weird but I appreciate you taking me there. Yeah YEAH NO PROBLEM. I gotTa tell you. I worked in Male dominated industry my whole corporate career and I was just within and I operated more like a man. I was very much a male energy and this type of stuff that I've learned to do has got me more in touch with myself than I've ever been in. My life has transformed as a result of adopting these tools and techniques that I'm sharing with you and everybody can and I've just a book by the way it's going to be published in June and it's called the being thrown and it'll be on my website That people can go find. Didn't sign up if they want to get. The booklet teaches in these two and more. But we didn't have time. Today is awesome awesome. Okay so guys listening in Go to the website. What's what's the website. There Marla Marla Williams dot net the Williams dot net. And we'll put that in the show notes Go check out her book Go through this guy's like go through this little practice and some of these exercise let me know your thoughts on it right But test out for yourself right that. That's my goal is to ask for the advice. We bring on the experts to walk us through things that will definitely make us. Men feel uncomfortable but That's how we grow as being in our Out of our comfort zone or whatever though raises but anyways MARLA. Thank you so much for coming on the show and this has been a blast. I really enjoyed our conversation here awesome. I enjoyed it to have a great day. All right FELLAS. Thank you for listening. And then we will talk to you on the next episode. Reach to our coaches. They're here to help. And that's the goal is to improve Get better and make a defense in this world. Talk to you soon fellous later..

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"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

Uncensored Advice For Men

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

"And I want you to visualize wearing your body. Feel it when you feel whichever one of those spoke to you the most the stress the worried that whatever. It was what were the. What was the fight that you wrote down? That really applies to you. Do you mind if I just say like I'll just say it and then you know I'll be transparent with the audience and okay cool I grew up in a and then when I was eleven years old. My Dad you know had some struggles financially and I've made a lot of money lost a lot of money multiple times so Finances always have my eyeball on the dollar and it causes stress whether I have a lot of money in the bank or money in the bank. This guy's always worried about it right right and so when you worry about something that becomes reality where your your where your thoughts go your energy flow so whatever you're focused on so you worry about money whether it's or little and enough or not enough. That is where your thoughts go. And that's putting you into this negative programming over and over and over again and so what you WanNa do is I want you to close your eyes for a moment and I went to visualize in your body when you think about financial struggle and always worrying. Where do you feel about worry? That financial struggle in your body if I had to pinpoint it like I'm I'm kind of taking a guess I would say like my my neck. My upper part of my network connection with my my head okay and so basically that is Being able to speak your truth your throat and above and then really what is real but what I want you to use so if you had to describe it how it feels when you worry about it like you're getting getting choked Are you feeling pressure in your head? Do you have a visual of being able to ripe? How it feels when you worry about struggled and financial struggle. Yeah almost feels like I like I said I'm doing my best to describe it. Good guys aren't typically very descriptive and we don't know how we're feeling so you didn't know yeah. I guess it feels like a little bit like of A. I would describe it like a vise grip on my on. My neck just like sneezing. Perfect what you're going to do right now is you're gonNA reach your hand to that base script like you're GonNa pull that Vice Grip your unhook it and pull it off and you're GonNa hold that Vice Grip and that worry about finances in your hands you're holding that base gripping your hand and you see that visualizes like a physical thing in your hand. Okay so now. I just want you to tell that Vice Grip. You don't need US anymore. Just talk to. Hey thanks for being there. Thanks for being here. Vice Grip Appreciate you coming by. But you don't need to stay any longer. You could go now her right now. I want you to do is I want you to wind it up and I want to throw it away. I have a trash can now. I just it in the trash can her fake her. Now when you think about worrying about financial stucco you feel lighter and that Be Honest I don't know Okay okay okay. Yeah so normally. What's going to happen here is like if somebody feels stress. They may feel their heart racing and they feel like they're just about to explode when they're able to pull that out and talk to and thank it and then let it. No you know it helped all these years right but you no longer need it then you want it up and throw it away actually releases it from your body. So you've been carrying this belief system in your body. You're playing that belief system out. Now you're thinking an and there's layers to the onion right you get the first layer off there's going to be another layer and you're absolutely right where men don't off seal it and take time when they're working with my client especially some of the leaders that it is hard to start to feel again because as a little boy you were told not to cry not to be emotional. Be Tough You know you were taught to listen to your body or pay attention to your body but that little boys those little children. I talked about where they followed. I mean your kids I bet you. Each one of them is unique and follows what feels right to them like to do. Different activities based on health field. Would you verify? Yeah so that little piece a you that you had when you were a baby like your kids are young is lost and that's what we're trying to get back to getting back to actually feeling listening to your body. Which is your intuition. Your heart access the brain. Your Gut is the brain. So let's talk to start with and everybody's really just think about brain being in your head that you actually have a brand in your heart and a brain. You're getting your gut brain is like you know how you walk in the long road at night in the dark and you hear weird noises and your stomach make lynch or you get this feeling that you should do something. Go somewhere or drive around a certain corner in your stomach. Kind of tighten. That's your brain talking and it actually goes all the way back up to your conscious thing. The indoctrinated system travels and the information from your gut clenching goes up and communicate to your brain to help you decide how you're gonNA respond to thing where your heart grain is actually the strongest bringing your body and that's what you have turned off at. Man Your heart grade. According to heart map institute new but he can go look them has sixty times more message just going from your heart. You know conscious brain vice versa dish on your head. Brain is the conscious brain. Which is the logic the right and left brain that we learn about in school and Science and etc your logic and your analytical side is really use that about five percent of the time ninety five percent of the time our brain brain. We're back in our subconscious or Olympic brain. Which is this ingrained belief system? That was established. When you're young child then so what we WANNA to do is we want to when we feel worry when we feel stress when we feel you know unhappy or not Whatever the case might be whatever we feel we're gonNA pull that out and throw it away. Then we want to learn to go back into our hearts you WANNA learn to feel again because when you can listen to your body and your body will actually talk to you and tell you and I don't know if it's possible for you or not so what we're GONNA try. We're GONNA try something with you and we're GONNA see again. You're taught not feel to cry but that's exactly what you want to do to move into the life that you wanna live where you to throw grand cry. I am okay. Let's do it okay. Actually I won't I'm going to actually to new. Nt Our hearts and tune yet. Okay so what I want you to do. I want you to just become more sensitive feeling as a man because that's going to bring success and it's going to get to the real truth your authentic self. That's deep inside of you. So what I want you to do our moment. If it's closer is again I want you to warm your heart thinking of your easiest child the one that just loves you unconditionally. That would love you. No matter what doesn't cause a lot of problems and you just feel so happy with that child that it makes your heart one or it can be a pet. If the child you can go to pat that's captain babies are usually the best the best shot or a place that you love to be. If you don't have pets or or baby so I want you to warm your heart thinking of that and then I wanted to say a truth statement. My name is Josh. My Name Is Josh. And can you feel your heart warm and can you feel as stay warm? Can you end up feeling again here? I imagine so But definitely adore my kids. So it's definitely my kids not my dog. If any free dog out there they can have it. But okay good. We'll stick with the kids. Okay so your heart warms when you think of your kids now I want you to warm your heart thinking is your kid and now. I want you to say a lie. I want you to say my name is George and see what happens to one name is George. Did you feel cool? I felt off okay. Good that's another feeling everybody experiences. Some people will feel their heart really warm up with things they love people they love and they'll feel really cool down some people feel like everything's right win the hearts worm and then we'll feel off just like you described it when it's not so that's perfect so basically that tool to tell you what to listen to you so when you're trying to decide on things in life where to go what job do supply for what you WANNA do. Unlike whether or not you should date this girl that girl or whatever the case might be. Is You warm your heart and you ask questions. You'll write to me this. She the right person if you're if she's the right person. You're more likely to warm. Not Doing this from Your Eagle head or your subconscious. Mind doing from your heart. Brain is going to tell you I have another more physical test. It's easier for most people to get. I don't know if you can do this. Josh or not but maybe your audience can do it so what? I want you to do if you're able without messing up the recording. I want you to actually stand and I want you to drop your hands by your sides with your palm facing forward and I want your feet to be a little more than a distance apart with a nice steady stance. Your niece slightly lately best. So if I were to come to push you over I couldn't. You would have a good stance. You wouldn't pushover you've got it. I'm doing it. Yeah let's do it okay. Okay so now I want you in that fan. I want you to say a truth statement. I want you to say I love my children and tell me what your upper body does. When you make that thing then I love my kids Like I imagine like in my in my head what I what I saw like my my chest. Puff up in my body like fill with love her. I don't know what that is not a good. Yeah yeah well you'RE GONNA learn 'cause you when you start applying this stuff you will absolutely get what you want my okay so what you just did. What you just described is exactly what it was looking for. This is called the sway test. Most people their chest will expand some people fall forward. Sometimes face goes forward. But it's almost like you're lean into.

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"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

Uncensored Advice For Men

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"programmed" Discussed on Uncensored Advice For Men

"Mandate show is four men but occasionally we bring on a female coach And today show we have Marla Williams who is a life career in business coach. And she's GonNa talk to us about the internal programming that happens in your brain and some of us might be actually programmed to fail MARLA. Welcome to the show. Thanks I appreciate being here bite into style then on this topic with you. Yeah well thank you come in. Us guys We're not the best that asking for advice so I'm doing on behalf of the men in the audience when you and I spoke before we had such a a great conversation around programming in like how things are wired and I I was coached by you and I was taking pages of notes and I just know that this will be something that my audience could feel in touch so please help us. Yeah I would love to you okay. So there's a couple of two types of people in life for the most part you can put them into two categories. There are people who just kind of flow to life and everything seemed to come easy for them. They might walk into a room. They light it up with their presence. People are drawn to and then there's the type of person that has always struggling. They might take two steps forward one step back. They might butt heads with people they might judge others. Seniors over analyze situations and a lot of men are very analytical and blocks of them a lot of my clients. And I'm not trying to generalize here but a lot of my tend to fall into that second it and if you're in the second scenario your brain may have been auto program or program for failure from a very young age and in Truth. Men and women have both been preprogrammed when they were very very young The good news is and what we'll talk about today and jump into the day. Is You can reprogram it and you can learn to think and operate differently which will bring you different outcomes in your life so if you don't mind. I'm just going to run through some survey questions for your audience and I'll ask these just take notes Guys and if any of these apply to you make make a note of it so that you can see that is what want to address some of the things that might show that. You live in a preprogrammed. Mine is if you get stressed easily if you tend to suffer from anxiety. Do you get irritated or upset easily. Do you butt heads with friends family. Strangers Co workers Do you struggle financially. Are you unhealthy or overweight? Are you constantly tired? Or thick a law Defeat unhappy or second line or if you're always finding something wrong with the situation or others. Judging all of those are telling me you most likely live in this preprogramed mind. Which is what we want to clear today so hopefully you took a few notes and jotted down. He did any of them. Apply Josh Yes yes I was taking Copious notes and I was trying to write down. I'll say holy moly. Yeah those to be honest. Yeah and most people are like that. So don't feel that something's wrong with you. How our culture society has brought us up. Most of US tend to have what I'M GONNA call and they typically buy it where our tendency is to go more to the negative than the positive in our life they actually say and whether or not this is true and who can measure this. I'm not sure but they say we have between twelve and sixty thousand dollars a day and Outta those ninety five percent of the same as yesterday and out of those eighty percent or negative. So we're programmed for the negative. So let me just give you an example if you had ten compliments and a day and one criticism would you remember and Dr Decision Right? Yeah Yeah Yeah or if you have a performance review and everything's really really good but there's one area they want you to focus on you go home feeling beat up because of that one area where program to fixate on the negative ask for on what's not right and there's a reason for that and we'll get into that in just a moment But we tend to recall insults faster than we recall praise. We tend to remember negative situation more quicker than positive ones And we respond more strongly to the negative ones because it hurts inside and a lot of men have been told to be big boys and not show their feelings but reality you feel it. And that's why you respond in anger or frustration or negatively. And so so let's talk about how we got there when young were born with natural intuition. Everybody has if you watch very young child and you have young children breakthough. So you're going to be able to relate to this quite well. Yeah I've got three kids. Okay so if you think about them when they're in their zero to seven years watch them. When they're left to their own devices they tend to follow feels good to them and do more and more about the following their intuition of what makes them happy inside like I had one son who had nothing to do with block. He was just knock them over. Because that's not how it's headwork that's not what filled up all. He wanted to play ball on the outside. My second born was the analyst. He's the guy that played with every block figure things out belt things things work right and so each one of them without any direction from US followed naturally came to them following their intuition families that allow that have Happy Childhood that. Give their kids a lot of opportunity for fun and laughter and the parents are being positive role models. Those children are more likely to be pre wired for happiness and success and those who had more fighting within the family had financial struggles had anger issues Those kids grew up in those. Environments are more likely to be programmed program for the negative struggle or failure. I have a really really good friend. Who was brought up a very positive uplifting everybody would believed in given the chance to do and follow their hearts and she just lived in a happy face without positive outlook. Then I most people I coach nine hundred. Eighty five percent were brought up in homes. That may have had some good but also had a lot of the tough time and then so folks are struggling more with this preprogramed mine. So let me explain. Why when you're born. You're born with natural. Intuition in your brain is in what they call a? Beta brainwave states during the first seven years of your life and the of brain was day is very slow down. State now faster brain mood. And it's a very suggestive hypnotic state. So everything that you as a child saw felt experienced heard became ingrained into your internal cellular memory. It completely and totally impacts. Have you respond to the world today so again like I said it's not your fault? This was programmed into you. So let's just say your parents bought a lot about money. That's inside your body inside Your Cellular Memory. And that is part of your belief system if your parents or other key people in your life at a young age mall this certain type of behavior continuously most likely that's in your belief system Like for instance some of the things that some of my clients have heard and then it became part of them. Money doesn't grow on trees and their parents struggled financially and then the clients get struggled financially or some families have health issue. Oh we have bad genes or we're predisposed to death. Then this person grows up believing they're gonNA have the same to help this you and it does not have to be true so once you get past age seven or eight or in that range is where your brain starts developing and operating and more what they call the Alpha brain wave and at this point in time. You're not just taking suggestions that you're starting to think for yourself and it just gets stronger as you go. The problem is this is also a very suggestive stage. Because you're going to school and you WANNA fit in. You WanNa be alive and so a lot of times instead of listening going back to that little child that listened to his heart and did what he wanted. You're trying to fit in. You're trying to get the right grade so the teachers happy. Your parents are happy when you get to like fourth fifth sixth grade. You're paying attention to what everybody's wearing and of a sudden that Gi Joe Shirt. That you were all summer is is on your closet it because somebody said it was stupid and you want to sit in you. WanNa fit in and you begin to really go after fitting in as well as successive achievement. Because you start hearing wolf you get good grades you can get into the right school or the right training program and then you'll be more successful life and successes about money and we'd go all against and away from following happiness and men especially or trying to prove themselves then more so than women and so that success that job that data becomes very very important so basically what you're doing at this point. He's you're living in what I call your ego mind or your subconscious and that is what we need to stop that the stress that the anger. That's there worry. All of that is something you can change. So when I was young I used to worry a lot. I came by it naturally. I thought because my mom was a worrier. My grandmother was a warrior and I just thought that that how life was and so I go on what I call the roller coaster weight of worry. And it's what one day? I got this wakeup call that I was doing i. Actually it was almost like a stepped out of myself and look back and I could see myself in my life when things were good. I was going up when things still somebody broke up with me or I got that. Green Class I go down and then go back up again when good things are happening back down. Go live like that and I made a conscious decision that I didn't want to have such high highs and lows and I actually was able to start to change based on just seeing that knowing that so that ties back to the tools that I'm gonNA teach you guys today is when you catch yourself getting angry when you catch yourself getting struck when you catch yourself getting worried judging Struggling feeling stock all of those things. I actually want you to pull that feeling out of you. And everybody's working at home. What the heck do you mean right? No right and so. We're going to do it for you and so I want you to do as I want you to close your.

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"programmed" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

15:36 min | 2 years ago

"programmed" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Offense anybody listening inner bitch inside them. You had the clutch people in life and you had the ones that underperform at all times and they believe they actually a loser. That's a that's. One of the biggest limiting beliefs hardest things ever watched someone always losing and they know they're going to lose Jose. Never try is those heartbreaking to watch but to be a warrior or to be someone that over performs or having your competitive advantage. You need to know what what triggers your inner beast like may get party routine like. West mentioned starts with how he will go up in the morning and how he ends his day. That's that's that's something hard for people to understand and usually when I'm off my routine guess what my results show. I set a goal in two thousand seventeen tutors shooters fifty two weeks in a year to read fifty. Two books fell short hit fifty the next year I did with how many I read one hundred and seventeen books wasn't I wasn't was stupid. Before the way that I looked at the more information and knowledge I was able to gain in learn learn how to be able to perfect what I'm doing or maximize my capability my ability to high level. I knew that I needed to gain more information more knowledge to be able to share with the world. That's what I mean by a need to be committed to everything you do. Where do you find time you always find time for the things that you feel is most important in your life. However there's other dominating forces in my life that are should be the most important. Sometimes I compromise that in my quality quality life suffers so having that routine in that balance is key rule number three commit stop thinking about it. Just do it that simple just commit. You ought to be the best salesperson go do it. You'll be the best cold caller go do it. You want to be the best business person ever. You're go do it but good luck. We're coming it so good luck. You'll Gallo head start on you but that's how I look at the people that you know inspire me about the people that inspire me billionaires who inspires me. The people don't have anything and they have so much talent. You're wasting it over. Tripping over there himselves drives me insane. That's what motivates me are watching someone that has zero ability and we're born with all these great things thinks if you wake up and you can see thank. God be grateful you go to morning can here be grateful. You can wake up in the morning. Speak grateful. DC I can always make it worse or better but that's just the way you look at life so dance. Your question completely absolutely absolutely asked my competitive advantage. What do you think your is ultimately. It's my why I think you know truly. My Competitive Advantage comes down to my y and the fact I am programmed to win ultimately. If I can give people like this is something I used to do before I get into any sales interaction on my way to to work around my way to you my office or anything one thing that I would always do is I'll play a song that would pump me up and I would start chanting a warrior. I probably sound like the biggest idiots in the world but when I walked in through the doors that day I was ready to eat someone's face off. I was pumped out ready to go and so what what is it for you. That's GonNa make you do that but the first thing is understand your why have a commitment bigger than just yourself. You know my commitment. My motivation is my a family and I use a lot of pain there too. I'm like how will my family suffer. F- I don't do what I need to do today. If I don't even take this one call that I need to take take I if I don't step out right now and go do something that's GonNa make me uncomfortable so that they can be comfortable. I so that's my bigger purpose and so I always was searching searching for my purpose. What is my purpose. What should I be doing with my life and I realized that my purpose is to serve in the capability which can and the only way I can do that is by becoming my I bust self and so my competitive advantage ultimately is Mike commitment to being my best self every single day and serving in the highest level that I can because I'm a person of scarcity you know scarcely always comes back to me and I think if I don't do something then other people will suffer. I've taken away from myself so before it was if I don't do something I will suffer now. It's if I don't do something others around me. Were will suffer an I even went so far did to draw a diagram. I drew a diagram of everyone in my life life business personal and people in their lives and in their lives and I said if I don't do this today or if I don't do such and such if I'm not committed the such and such all of these people will be affected in this this this and this way so I won't even that find that just goes back to I am committed to being my best. I self every single day and if you're not then go back and ask yourself. Why is that because something has to trigger you to want to be the best that you can be you. Can you can only rely on so much to come from within you that is going to carry you forward but what is that driving factor and what is going to help you wake up every single day and say. I am ready. I am absolutely ready to be my best self and serve in the best way that I possibly can such beautiful way of looking king at it in. I asked that question with you because everyone's is different. It could be something small compared to the way I'm looking at it. Maybe it could be something big. If you're listening to this right now and you'll get the outside or inside influence in your inner bitch. Get the best of you before you pick up a phone in your little whether they want to make the phone call the Cau- I WANNA get hung up toward like. I wish someone would answer the phone. I can't wait to transfer my energy. I can't wait but it also goes back into mirroring so I call someone brand new wes. How's it going. Hey my man what's up. I'm like I don't know you tell me. What did I just do Mir. Im Meer them because I'm now talking. I'm talking to his tone of voice choice but I might use my tonality to talk a little louder. Just one decibel Mike so wes what would you think if I was able to release the inner beast inside of yourself. What what do you think that would do for you long term but if I called and said how's it going man. Do you think you're gonNA. It's not gonNA work right. It's not GonNa Work Mir first and then start bringing them up to your level. Bring bring them up to your love and don't set anything less than what you're looking for. Listen West. I don't think you're the type of student and I was looking for I. I'm sorry that I gave you a call today and it seems that you know I wasn't able to convince you that you're better than what you're actually putting out in the universe. If I said at the someone and what do you think will happen. Nama start wondering what's wrong with me. What am I doing wrong. How well how can you help me right. That's GonNa feel a while. I was all apologize is just start with an apology like wes. I appreciate the conversation I could see that you know your emotions are getting the best of you a little bit. I can understand why you're upset. I mean the one was I'm calling. Although I get it I understand but if you do me a favor and tell you a little something delete with him. What I'm GonNa do is I'm going to apologize in my sincere. Apology comes to you because I want you to receive it with my intention is that I failed you. Somehow of not being able to communicate to your language in really try to help you reach you in an overall business. Maybe just put you in a better mood. Do you set my apologies. The first one speaks loses in that situation in that situation. The first one speaks after you say. Do you set my apology. Apology Loses. I have saved so many phone calls from that so many phone calls and it's not just that Emmett could change it every person you talked to depending on a personality you would use in a different way but it wouldn't work unless it came from my heart. Do you see it on sale absolutely because ultimately at that point they're gonNA start defending you right so instead of them being a defensive towards you. They're going to start defending you and and your feelings so they keep their defending me because that's the way the human mind works is that we don't want to see someone struggle specially when they open up the heart to you you and try to apologize and the way that I just apologize that comes from a heart because I truly believe that I am here to be used as a tool ruled to try to help someone and it could be maybe I need to grow and I'm a continue to keep growing different businessmen and now was last month West. I've grown. Everyone grows not tell you what there's one day that I won't. Ns Day that I am fortunately that I'm not growing around not burr trying to become my best self or whatever I'm focusing on whatever's driving me but if I'm apologize I know it's coming from the deepest part of my heart and I'm actually saying I'm sorry that I wasn't able to get through to you. It's got up feel awful going through what you're going going through and you're not willing to understand. There's something that I'm doing wrong. Do you not like my shirt. Do you not like my tie but don't tell me you can't understand that what you're doing doing right now is self sabotage. You are ruining your life. Don't you understand you course you wouldn't when it come across that aggressive but can you hear how passionate I am about that. It's coming from a sincere place and it's felt that's the biggest piece of is. It's actually felt we can't do it. I'll tell you this. You can't do it unless you really believe what. I believe. I have a strong conviction. You can do anything you want to do anything anything.

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"programmed" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"programmed" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"A coffee shop and they bring up a limiting any belief. I almost want to throw chop them. Of course I would never do that but it literally does something to me. Physically not just mentally because it's a huge trigger. Do you see while that will make me react a certain way or is there triggers for yourself that make you have a certain emotion or react to certainly absolutely does. I mean what when you get point where you're working on yourself so much you start noticing. What's happening around you and you. I used to be you know in sales nice to get frustrated when I knew something was good for somebody but they didn't recognize it themselves and it's like I will get mad at him like what's wrong with you and when I when I started truly working on myself you know getting past some of those limiting beliefs that were holding me back now. I look at people in a different way now. It's a it's a frustration restauration but it's a frustration out of like how do I what can I do right now to help you see this right and and because I didn't even care about the sale anymore it's it's about. I'm I'm looking at you right now as a person who has so much potential so much opportunity and because of that limiting belief that you have your you're completely holding yourself back and so the for you as a sales person working on yourself is the first step into helping others bill and start working on themselves that you're solving people is not that you're making them better. It's about that you're able because of who you are you able to have those quality conversations nations get them that be inspired motivated committed to start working on themselves because our personal development comes from within. It can't come from any outside that forces no. I can't I mean those outside for does not going to be meaningful to you. You know what's meaningful to me in the story. I did share with you. You've heard me say similar things in the past. We've I've had so many conversations about you know what catapult you into the next level and sometimes it takes you to really figure out what what you suppress over the years. Limiting beliefs is where I find the Jackpot with most clients and I don't mean that in money terms it's like finding the Holy League grail once you are able to ask the right questions to get them to realize it that what's really helped him or Ho. Hold them back or all. The things things happen our life and you start looking things through the way that you look at things through your Lens. That's a powerful free feeling. It's such a powerful feeling only one. I finally realized that I had the ability you know. I pray every day most people if I'm not knocking invites religions it doesn't matter whatever your Creator is and if you believe in a higher power and you're just trying to be a better person every day good for you but for myself it's meaningful to me. I try to make sure that put myself in a position to have him. Use Me as a tool to help people once. I started looking at things in business that way. I mean more money than anybody else. Would you see what I'm saying. It's not about making money because money is just what they pay me because they don't know what the payment was. Giving people can't if I paid you a bunch of thank yous. West without pay your bills. Well absolutely really not but ultimately and from what you're saying Chris is that you need to be become the vessel of change for people around you and so you are the for example and because your example and you live and die by that right there you are the reason why other people can make a change in the other reason why you can help others as well well and so. I always say this. I wish I could just go hand somebody one hundred thousand dollars and pay off all their debt just so that within two days from that point they can look at and say okay well. Now what's next right I I don't have I don't have the fear of money anymore. I don't have that fear of debt anymore. It's all gone now. What's next. What do I do now because that feeling alone will tell you that to truly serve. Your purpose is to look at what impact can you make right and the only way you can truly truly make an impact is by working on yourself I to then be able to help others right. I mean most of us in I was no inception in and I'm sure you weren't I remember one has limiting beliefs. We don't ever were never born into the world and get to a certain point. We start going to school and start learning things he doesn't happen. WE'RE NOT GONNA make it out until we're fifteen or eighteen years old one zero limiting beliefs it doesn't happen. No one's perfect were humans. That's what makes us so phenomenal. Oh is that we have our own minds to be able to think and make decisions based off of those thoughts and most of us and I was no exception. I have many reasons fins that there's some things that get in a way of Mesa seating at times but I view those as setbacks. I want to fail though I look. Look it everything that I want to fail these three or four times a day because that failure is just a setback is just another way for me to look at something and try to tweak it and then and overcome pattern recognition has a kick in at some point for yourself. Don't you think absolutely and would you Chris. Would you say that that was your competitive advantage huge. That was something to set me out away from everybody else because I was willing to overcome anything that they threw at me because because I wasn't going to set some type of bullshit limiting belief in work like this they don't they create attained in Linz through which we start to misconstrue our own perception of life you know they the Lens keeps us stuck in that limiting that life limiting thought pattern in that pattern recognition to kick in at some point I mean doing things over and over and over and over you know believing these limits you know coll- Jordan said it best in his acceptance speech limits like fears are often just an illusion. It's true but I believe everything else in the world is illusion as well. It's not even real but it's real for you because it's meaningful to you as your life but we continue to live with wet confines us. You know if you're putting in yourself in a box. You're going to be stuck in jail inside that box. That's your own jail. That's your own hell in my opinion in furthering making a limiting belief a a reality in the future the thing about who all the people that you come in contact with throughout the day was and if you had a limiting belief in your affecting the world with your bullshit. Would you feel responsible for that now. If I had a limiting belief I wouldn't even know that it's going on but if I am conscious of it and I'm doing it now. I feel a sense of responsibility ability and that goes back to the first step if you're looking to make a change is committing to it bright committing to changing yourself your belief system and let go and this is we can go on to this topic for probably Montanez. Let go of your ego. Ego is a huge piece. He may people I can't tell you if I see that they just think they know it all and that is a limiting belief itself for me. I'm like I am more I am. I'm excited more about the outcome and what we can make happen then for me being right all the time if you can show me how. I'm doing something wrong and how I can do it better. I am. The most grateful person in the world right now touches on the routine. That's a part of their routine. Start to in a moment. You wake up their days. If I'm not touching on all the basic human needs and I'm supposed to receive and how I view him. How A wrinkle within my own mind about my own personality is there's things lacking lacking and maybe I have another driving force? It's compromising quality of life then. I'm going to start lashing out because you're human brain doesn't understand where stress and all these things come from. DC you see it's it could be something as a mean thing and tips you over. The Edge received people snap for no reason is because they don't understand it or not mentally. They don't have the mental strength to understand what's happening in their emotions and I am. I completely agree with that ultimately. It's you know what I tell people. Is that the first what you really need to do first. I understand why. Why are you doing what you're doing. What are you doing it for. What is what is the purpose behind this. You can't get better and you can't develop yourself. And who do you WANNA beef. You don't even know who that person is and why you want to be that person right you don't. Why do you want to be better. What's your motivation. Why are you committed to to it and then. Are you in alignment with that. That's a huge piece. I see people that wake up every day to go do something they hate doing and if you want to be successful in anything and you wake up every single day and you hate doing what you do then you're. GonNa have a problem right because you're going to need somebody or something or a somehow. Motivate you every single day for you to try to to free to you. Come close to getting to where you want to be as a great salesperson I so that's a huge pieces. Are you in alignment with what you're trying to do and it doesn't mean that you have to go out right now and start selling something that is exactly what you want it to be right because nobody really knows in the beginning what that is but is your process is your timeline. Is it getting you closer to where you WANNA be in. Have you identified that yet very true. I definitely agree but you have to be growing. Every day. I speak a lot about being dedicated enough and having a discipline to become one percent better every a day. Just one percent one percent of twenty four hours. Just you know twelve minutes so you don't have twelve minutes in your day to try to see maybe measuring reassess where you failed and what you where you can improve in your life and I'm talking all areas of life and I know that this is leaning into and talking of answering our question about a cold call but in order to be able to develop a lot of confidence you need to be confident in yourself and your ability and who you are so who are you you know. Listen up everyone as you cut the legs out. Every one of these limiting bullshit believes that you lie to yourself about you will begin to feel full life and you can recreate your life and anything you want to do you can change your life in the next second just by the way you're looking at things and you could do that for your perspective buyer and think about what a buyer goes through their hearing someone and I I hear this. I actually experienced this not to sound pompous by his spirit assists with students that share with me how much I changed her life. I'm I'm sure you receive similar.

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The Win-Win Effect

11:55 min | 2 years ago

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"How about you Chris. What is something that you typically do the way I look at mindset. Everyone is sales talks a lot about mindset. I mean you go on go on social media right now in type mindset. You'RE GONNA see a lot of misconceptions how I look at it and mindset when it pertains to sales those are building blocks and those are critical ways of looking at a sale selling process and success reading the situation engaging the situation Asian. What are they saying whether they're not saying finding the truth was the next step providing a lot of clarity for them taking control of the conversation not losing it and being patient enough to let them talk because that's where you're. GonNa find out the most about someone when they're really speaking. You're asking probing questions or really deep penetrating questions. I know it sounds crazy for me to say that but it's true an action provoking questions the social approval are they searching for acceptance people sometimes in sales they fall victim to this was victim. They search for frequent acceptance when they get on the phone. I don't understand that guesses. Guesses fear of them not being able to give enough. What do you think absolutes really comes back down at the day to sell fourth I so do you feel worthy. I see a lot of a lot lot of people actually fall victim to this is they don't feel worthy and so that affects every interaction that they have when you don't feel worthy about certain things and that's you know we talk about what that stems from but ultimately when you don't feel worthy to have something or to do something. How can you possibly believe you're gonNA track the right outcome for yourself not just in sales interaction but really in any part of your life ultimately but specifically to that sales interaction. How do you expect to get to where you know. Get to the point where you're asking for the sale. If you bloomfield worthy of the sale right while also goes into the gratify needs of others at all times it doesn't even matter whether on the phone it rolls over into their personal alive rolls over in our business life. There are some people that have to be driven by numbers when I've been into sales game for a long time and of course you have your sales. Quotas up in your hit a certain number based off of performance then you have your quotas up and you're like I want to be the top I wanted to be. The best person was actually easy to really win a sales contest. If you're focused on the right things you can get into group at least for myself or I start off fast just personal preference but to get to the top. It's hotter to stay at a talk because now you have someone one behind you. That's where people really look for the acceptance. The most is that they search for that acceptance always being the best or whatever because they're looking for approval that they're good at what they we do but if you start peeling back the layers of that then you understand what's really going to prevent them from reaching that pinnacle level of success. Would you believe that statement I absolutely would I mean ultimately going back to what you said. The you know I had that same issue as ours are getting better. You're my sales career. I was a person who I always my quota. Within the first week. I always aim to have my pipeline full. I always one at it. Hard made sure that was clearly ready to go and Mike Wallace in the first week but I was always searching for that recognition that was moved from me from me was even about the money it was about the recognition I and so for me being able when I had to go then it's actually is good for anybody. Who's maybe suffers from this now for me being able to let go of that it was when I was really put in a position where I had elite and me having the lead. I knew that if I couldn't let go of that that need for credibility or that need for recognition that I'm I'm going. I am going to fail and so I started finding fulfillment from was giving that credibility recognition others that's giving me that same amount of fulfilling but I had to make that a change in my mind set for me to be able to actually carry that on and started being effective right. I guess just like having children as well. I mean you always see a proud father other sitting in the stands at a football game when his son scored a touchdown. You're always be product. 'cause you've you know that's part of you. You know as part of your journey. If you're a sales leader and I'm glad that you said leader because you are you're not manager because managers just look at what they need to head and whoever's yelling at him and then they go manage you know through. KPI's and that's all all they do but when you're a sales leader you're actually trying to do what's best for them at all times. And how can you teach them your outlook and how you've got to appoint assess the one of the biggest things for the major companies corporations when they hire the top performing sales guy and try to get him into a leadership position. You will fail if you don't work work on yourself as much as possible and being able to relate it to all the different personality types just like you're selling and being able to influence them. That's your ability to persuade swayed but you have to be able to persuade off a numbers off of methods and especially the psychology behind what you're teaching. That's a way to relate to someone. Would you agree ah out absolutely agree because here's what I find a lot in this in the sales industry sales in general is that sales managers especially those top performing sales guys they do end up going into into sales management role and all you ever hear as I'm talking about what they did how well it worked for them. How great they are. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah things that nobody really shit about all right and so will ultimately. Is You know when you're a sales leader when I've been my most effective with any of my salespeople anybody who ever trained was I made it all about them and I helped them first as we mentioned earlier start looking through. How do I identify what actually holding me back because I don't believe that. Ah a single person in this world can't learn a skill everybody can learn a skill and so it's how effective are you in this skill and how committed are you to be to learning that skill and being the the top in the best performance that you can possibly be and so. How do you get someone to start letting go of some of those limiting beliefs and start looking? At what do I need to do to win. How can I program myself to win each and every day and that's a mindset of it's interesting. You talk a lot about programming. Can you elaborate a little bit more of that absolutely programming. I mean it's just it's like think of a computer program. I if you have if you have a computer program and you know said TIC TAC toe game right and if it's not programmed the right way Sason the Algorithm Algorithm is an on for you for the computer to win. The person who's playing that computer is going to win every single time that computers gonNA keep losing because something in its algorithm and its programming as is telling you that you can't win by doesn't it hasn't had the formula to win. It's the same thing when it comes back to us what we put in our minds and how we progress programme ourselves ourselves through our development is is how we end up as what we end up becoming rear end up what we ended up producing and so that's where it's all about well. How do how do you develop your mindset so you can start winning so I guess it really. That's a question that I have for you Chris. What would you say is the best way for someone to start developing their mindset. It's a great question from the only way to answer that is allowed to go back and start with sharing a story on how oh I was able to look at things a little differently yeah. Most people know this. They're close to me and you. You probably have heard this story a couple times but my older sister was born handicapped and the doctor told my parents you know their first child in they it was a good chance she wouldn't make it to the age of four years old without having the proper care in in place and I don't WanNa get sidetracked here but this is important that we talk about this in identified a lot of the things that were preventing me in adopting the right mindset centered away. I was looking at life based off of what happened to me in my past. This is back in a day. When insurance wasn't that great you know as a result my father had to work you know as many jobs he needed to ensure his daughter had a best chance to live. My sister did end up getting the proper care needed and was treated the same as myself off and my younger sister later on and in terms of love and support unfortunately the Roe was never easy for her. I watched her sitting by bedside at a very very young age fighting and fighting fighting fighting sometimes to be able to breathe until the fight you know eventually got the best of her and she passed away at the age in nineteen years old but for fifteen years she lived past the timeframe of when someone told her that she had expected to live and it was it was one of the hardest it's time to my life. At the time I was fifteen years old in you'll. I couldn't understand why my family had to go through that pain. Why you know refuse to constantly be angry anymore. Just depressed all the time and that's really when my personal development journey began so later on in life fast forward about fifteen years I realized and I was taught that life doesn't happen to you. Likes happens for you you because mental strength comes from developing a mindset that enables you to face and overcome a challenge or versity life throws at you at all time doesn't matter what it is as you can overcome it. If you had the mental strength. Would you agree to that. I absolutely would and that's actually where you need to start in this absolutely essential free to be able to to do anything or accomplish anything. You're going to come across hard times at some point in your life. It's quite impossible to predict what's going to happen. You Know God forbid a bid something ever happened to me and it was an accident. I mean no one ever knows but that time to come. No one makes it out alive. You know the mind must be engineered to endure pain and find solutions at any given moment. Same thing and sales isn't it. That's absolutely right ultimately. It's how much and this is We talked about this a lot in leadership. How much pressure can you possibly handle. How much pain can you possibly handle it handle and people who have who I see have the most most success are people who use pain as a motivator right and that's why I brought to my attention earlier when you were talking about that of fear of failing using that it's pain I was paying point some people who viewed that as a success some people be like whatever it's everyone successes your mind and your interpretation of what it is but to develop mental toughness of a warrior especially. I learned this when I was in the military as well. Is it you must learn and grow from pain. Failures setbacks losses challenges roadblocks in the hardest part of your life but you coming to realize and you have a visualization of what your life would be if you didn't have have these things in front of you. You don't have to be a victim anymore. You are a pilot of your life with the CEO of your life. You have the ability to steer yourself an interruption you choose but if you're not going to be able to do that yourself then how the hell do you expect to do that for someone. You're calling. That's my point is reflecting in on the impact on how to use this as my driving force have massive radical transformation do anything. I wanted to do in life because I've done it. I've CA- forever changed the the way that my family even looks at her. Their financial situation is I was able to figure this out and make something myself when I was young as a kid. I always visualize myself in in kind of you. Know had this vision that I would always become financially wealthy well. It doesn't mean that just some mm financially wealthy because I don't look at money as something. She's an object is just something we use. It's not even real because money is a tool but I have the responsibility and I feel it's my responsibility to never sept- someone telling me they can't do something I get on the phone with someone if it could be an executive for a business could be someone and wants to partner up on a future it could be someone that just maybe having a phone call and I just walked past him on the street or bump into.

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03:24 min | 2 years ago

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"That beeping and ping and digging digging tribe in units, you're not alone. This morning's Gordon Deal has the story Beth teitell reporter at the Boston Globe. Great piece entitled secondhand beep rage. It's a thing. So set this up a couple of different angles here. Getting. From so many people are so upset about all the machines in our houses, and our cars beeping at us. Whether it's microwave toaster oven. Everything has to tell you that it's going to be done here people. I've been hearing stories from people who have dishwashers that are keeping them up all night or dryers that are waking the babies we have gotten ourselves in situation appliances that used to not tell you what they were doing now have programmed in sound in. And there's a reason for it, which is that a lot of the machine gotten so quiet, but there's no natural action know, whether they turned on or the working. So the beep does that but still really drives people crazy? I went to a woman who then into inner apartment dryer was on the cat with leaping on face. And dryer buzzer went off and beaten up and the cat panicked and fled from her face, leaving her the black guy and all these scratches then she went into lows in Massachusetts and said I'm looking for. A washer and dryer that are silent. And then the employee said, but how will you know, when you're finished and isn't an emergency. Quotes days anyway, urgency. So I thought she really handled that well, that's great. Can we actually make the beeping or some button weaken flip on inside the hardware? These machines. That's a great question right now. Are you have a setting silent completely or you can turn the way down? But I can say that they will not buy an appliance in less. You can actually silence it. So I think that I think in the future you are potentially machines that have been off twitch because people just don't want it. And of course, the cars are major vendors like the car will beat the tell you that. But you know, fee and other reasons I to tell you that you're rearing slightly from your rain from your lane. Or you're backing up were commuted women who is in the back of a lift. And the driver was sitting there. Driving happily without the seat belt on every thirty seconds. You're not wearing a seat your seat. He didn't seem to notice. She said, we're speaking with Bess tights L at the Boston Globe. She's written a piece entitled is all that beeping and ping ending. She said is is a driving a crazy 'cause you're not alone one bit. When you break it down is at the actual sound itself. Like the pitch or the volume or is it just because there are so many beeps in Ping's in our life. Great question. My favorite things. I talked great researcher and she said. Greek concept of Kronos or industrial time and Karros which is more human time watching a sunset or in love. To beat goes off itself. You right back to Kronos time. It's both. Descend that it makes also eliminates the silence between between all this. And duties kinda makes you feel like you're on duty Gordon Deal with Beth teitell of the Boston Globe. It's thirty minutes.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Rama is it accurate in for reconstituting asteroids? Mechanical Optima auto matter automatic, so Automata there we go. Reconstructing asteroids in the mechanical Automata Rama Ricans reconstituting estrogen and mechanical Automata, and it and it could one day able space colonization by helping make offers manufacturing efficient, more efficient and economically. Viable, the company plans to use three D printing to turn the asteroids into self flying vehicles by the year, twenty thirty. The concept received funding through NASA's innovative advanced concepts program, which will provide one hundred thousand dollars for feasibility studies doing the interstellar space rocket Bullimore was discovered. If you remember there was speculation about the possibility that it could have been a spaceship of some kind and before its official name was decided upon the name Rama was put forward, which is a reference to the alien spacecraft discovered under similar circumstances. In Arthur c Clark's nineteen Seventy-three science fiction book rendezvous with Rama. You find that concept kind of bizarre and synchronised. They're calling it Rama. They're making spaceships out of asteroids. Something's the concept is kind of bizarre. But you think that a more and more was that a spaceship or was that an asteroid was that a comet or is it a spaceship? Is Richard HOGAN right is ultimate throughly. I is that a spaceship was bay new spaceship is new horizons looking for spaceships to the shape of rocks. Did that idea for the new Rama project that happened from all that discovery what they're going to do is they're going to send what are called seat craft into space, and they're there to harvest material from space rocks, and then they're gonna use that feedstock to construct propulsion navigation, energy storage and other key systems on site with the three D printing and other technologies, and then they're going to transform. Rocks into autonomous spacecraft so asteroids could be programmed to fly into and become mining stations. Big fly to earth or anywhere else. They're needed, and they could also be fitted with propulsion systems that could push an asteroid a wave dangerous approach to earth. Now, of course, use words such a big problem or if he didn't think they were they wouldn't put money towards this program. And I know that collisions with big rocks for the moment seem unlikely again, February I the due date for the incoming rock. That's an estimation based on a slim possibility, but now they have Rama. Question whether a more and more was a spacecraft question whether ultimate fool is a spacecraft making rocks in this space craft calling it Rama my God. Coincidences a secret cities never cease. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred Christopher in Texas. Hi, Christopher young ground zero. It's an awesome honor to get to speak to you, CLYDE. What a what a joy. Thank you. I absolutely respect. And love listening to the breadth scope of of what you and your team come up with for for things that are going on and putting them in. Various perspectives that it's it's mind blowing very very enjoyable. Thank you, well beyond you, well beyond entertainment. I guess I'd turned to like to to scrape at the idea of scale tonight, you've talked about you, you've traveled the idea the prophecy, and asteroids, and all of the whole of the effect impacts that has humankind. Micro and macro. So, you know, basically to the way that I know you're hearing this you of scale your Turkey, the asteroids and everything either you including the Russian one in the early nineteen hundreds. It's kind of like firecrackers. Driveway. Compared to those do what struck the the Gulf of Mexico? Created the Gulf of Mexico sixty five million years ago, which is truly something cataclysmic. Wiped out the dinosaurs. And we have some evidence for that. So if if that giant of the scale is going on what's going on now is his minor in comparison, certainly notable not not terribly threatening. And yet. Yet. We have we have prophecy. Not only includes a reference if you will to that cataclysmic flood that occurred. Everybody's familiar with that. And and what's going on in? Today's today's world. Everybody has known feels it censors it some even have the temerity to discuss it. Fewing since all coming to an end the last three or four decades. There's just that sense. People talk about it in terms. Few people really have a sense of it. It is it's. Refer to it in scripture so much of what was there? If I understand it from the right perspective. Shadley everybody. Yeah. You're right. If you understand it from the right perspective. It's it's frightening. It's it's it's mind blowing leash huge who. And what humankind us what we have to experience. It said in rightfully so rightfully so ninety nine percent of the prophecies in scripture have come through this to say that the last percent is going to occur. And if if you look even carefully. Listen to a few people who is truly studied this not far away at all. And and it becomes scary. Frightening whatever. But. Whereas in the time of Noah. Outplaying the concept introduced put seventy five dollars aside for the for the cold times. Because we might have a cold snap. Like, we're having is absolutely miniscule. When you think of everything being destroyed, we have the capacity to destroy the planet well in so far as our habitability goes anyway, right nothing. We can do even. We could ring a bell. Maybe. But that's about it. You know, we've got scientists saying please everybody knock it down to about one hundred hundred nuclear weapons because that would be enough to bring about all kinds of horrible terrible things. We've got them and the. But even with all those in I'm running out of time. He was all those one asteroid can make us feel so small one encounter with planet. X can make us feel so small one invasion by aliens would make us feel so small I mean think about that with all those nuclear weapons would be nothing compared to the advancements nothing compared to a major rock hitting this planet putting out of our misery. It's something to think about it. Something like say, it's slim because how big the earth is how we'd be affected by it. But just think about it for a moment and think about that prediction that was made seventeen years ago, and how they changed the odds, but still we have rocks coming close to us all the time. We'll be.

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