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04:28 min | 1 year ago

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"And so like i don't even know if there's a solution it just feels like that's the thing that happens in like those people just have to learn over time running off the cliff a couple of times. Yeah i well the hard part is kinda works and kind of works is like an addictive thing right. It's like something like a job in kind of good as well. You're gonna probably stay there. If if it really sucked leave. It was really amazing. You wouldn't even you know it's like rats ad is not bad at is the worst right so is not bad. We'll keep you stuck in it for a very long time racing your most valuable asset so the same thing happens for the copy preneurs right. The copywriter does the thing and gets half the result and the always sort of wondering how it just doesn't work better because there's like that diagram of an iceberg as like you know what you see as i what went into it and it's like they they can only copy the what you see the only copy one it is if they don't have the understanding of why worked why this worked in this context. What might come next that sort of thing and so you see this all the time you see this with happened with. Nfc's there was like this rush. Oh this guy made this image and sold for this much. I'm gonna make an image and so this much but like the as the copiers came in everybody started to lose more and more and more and it was only somebody who's doing something unique and novel who said. Oh that's cool. I'm going to do something like that. Might be even eighty percent like that but the twenty percent i change is gonna make all the difference in the result that i get and so that's kind of the way i see it as like i'm constantly stealing ideas looking for inspiration saying oh that's where the cool props rarely do i ever to wholesale say..

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"No bruce buffer. He's watching a boxing match and he sees michael buffer go. Let's get ready to rumble. And then he's like other school his last name buffer like i've never met another buffer and so he like looked up on the phone. Are there other buffers confinement. And he's like driving. He's like tells us dad he's like yeah. This guy michael buffer. He grew up. Actually like you know three blocks away from us or whatever like two miles away from us and it's yeah i think he might be your half brother and he's like he's like yeah like before much. Mom i was married. That could be your brother. And so he went. He thought they found h forty or something like that. They're brothers bruce. At the time goes to michael he goes michael. You know what you've done is amazing kind of carved out this personal brand new of a monopoly on this like you're the guy before every big match and they're training the audience before tyson. You see this guy. That's how we get hyped up get your popcorn and goes down. And he goes got a trademark your stick and so they trademarked. Let's get ready to rumble. They started licensing. He's worth four hundred million dollars and he also became sort of like replaceable. Because of that right and so his half brother who he didn't know ended up helping them build that like equity side and then he started doing his and then michael got him into the kind of like you should accommodate. You should do this. I don't know what to call announcing to and got him into the uc and now he has his. It's time that's what he says. And so before. Ever you've see that and he's made tens of millions of dollars doing doing that. I mean incredible right but the idea of like you take this thing and then you license it and and its ip and so ultimately what. That's what i think. A lot of these folks are doing when they're building. These audiences is they're basically building a brand that brand if done correctly is licensed bowl and stuff so I don't know exactly how it plays out i. I don't even know if he was doing it well yet but it feels like there's just this entire generation people they did it really well They didn't have the internet and stuff in the playbook and like all this the folks today. They don't have the playbook either do that eventually. They'll figure it out and my guess is ten twenty years from now we're going to look back and like oh god. That was the playbook if you did. Abc did a then be then see one right and so it's kinda cool to see everyone trying to do different things do you like. Where do you put yourself. Do you feel like you have that ambitions that something you wanna do. You don't want all of these playbook where yet be happy. That is literally. I think about it. A lot. right of There's only felt happy. Yeah for sure. I'm probably way happier than like most of my friends right end. Some of his probably like there's freedom elements of like my life. But also i think some of issues like happiness is very much a mindset right. I think it's It's will smith. He's at this video that went viral once..

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Who's like twenty five right like that's not a thing that twenty five year olds how much they've made he's like i've given away more than you've ever made. Yes very very unique. Now when you bring it to Kind of like people that we don't yet know of. I actually think it was the british. Sounds like you're saying this is like you built the audience. And then you build a company. Yes and so yes. You are a content creator platelet. You're an entrepreneur. Yes i think it brings us whole conversation full circle of like all. This is just their entrepreneurs right and the content creators whether you're a youtuber twitch streamer you tweet. Whatever their entrepreneurs. The tools have changed a little bit. The mechanisms have changed. The monetization pathways have changed. But really like this whole capitalist entrepreneur when you sort of think about that like it all make sense right right and it's the more things change. This isn't exactly and i would say the only nuance of like what what is different. Does feel like something's different but you're totally right. That like hey eighty ninety percent of it. The same i would say is there's this disintegration of the firm People are less interested in firms companies. It used to be the firms had the prestige and now and you see this in sports. Like a big basketball fan or whatever but people used to really support the teams. As i'm i grew up. I love the lakers. I'll have the celtics. I love the whatever and now it's shifted in the nba. It's like..

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Are plenty of like for example fintech companies that build a product. They build a bank credit card or debit card. And they don't quite make it. They don't quite the escape velocity because they're trying to pay for ads on facebook customers. They don't get all the way there. Now what if you're what if you're Mr beast and you decide to pick up that company so you buy out the company you hundred percent. Essentially you buy the investors out for ten cents on the dollar. Because they're they're going under so you take that same technology but you have the distribution where you're going to get an unfair distribution advantage and you're gonna get a million people using the debit card just the way that debit cards work debit card. You're going to be able to take a one percent fee on transactions so you get a million people spending one hundred dollars a month on on this. You're going to be making tens of millions of dollars just off that you're valued at hundreds of millions of dollars as with a fintech product. And so i think people who basically launch financial products people who buy out businesses. That are already doing good. And take them to the next level using their fame or they go into categories like supplements. You know chips like dry water like these large consumer plays because if i have a big loyal audience and they want you know whatever oecd. Whatever these kind of products are. Cbs's a great one. Because you can't advertise on facebook and google so you can't run ads but you can be an influence or talking about tv so today. They all do cash deals but the ones who launched branded you know like fully-owned products and take that seriously they're going to build a big business in the same way that like you know whatever. Fifty cent made more of his vitamin water proceeds. Ever as rapper. And i think you're just going to see more and more of that. Some guys are going to crypto. And things like that. So i agree with some of this and i disagree with some of the people. Okay i'm gonna give you a couple of examples of people who i pretty sure about..

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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04:33 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"You know we both probably have a bunch of friends. I have twitter egg profiles and they're like some of the most successful investors or whatever. They don't wanna play that game. But i think what it did was created new paths to win sets the map now has like other routes you can take to get to the same end outcomes. you didn't have to have been insider because you create an audience. Now people come to you. You know so so you get different options. What other kind of solo capitalist starter pack items. Are you interested in right. So you got the content took to the newsletter talks about podcasts youtube. What else in that. Are you kind of spending time thinking about so i think you go. I think you've you start with that secret sauce. What am i interested. Then you create content on one of many platforms. Whichever one works for you. You've if your voices annoying to listen to don't do s. Nobody likes her own voice. I hate my own voice. It's a something or listening to it right. yeah there. there's a. I forget what it is. There's been studies if you hear your own voice. You're like that is a weird voice. Yeah i feel that pressure like you. Do you think morgan freeman thinks that. What can we hire professional here. Now you listen to this. That's a great idea. That's a great one So you you pick the platform. Great now what so. I would say like you go through the option. So i'll i'll. I'll kind of like what i see is pretty interesting. Ways at solo capitalist can go from what used to be like you do it for free because it's just like you like creating contents hobby to like wow making like i made. I replaced my job income. I can make one hundred thousand dollars doing this and then it gets to like. I'm a millionaire right. Like got paid making a few million dollars a year. Just ridings newsletter. And now i think the size of the price is going up. I think you're gonna see billionaire content creators because they're billionaires and they go into context because they're consequential become become billionaires and so. I think it's hard i don. I wouldn't say so easily. Become a billionaire in the same way that like you know for athletes who is the closest. Do we think.

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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05:17 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"People are having success are. They're having success because they actually came from a unique background so their point of view was like i was giving. I'll give this example will jump to the to this point and then we can go back to wherever the starting point most people who were in like content creation face. Let's say ten fifteen years ago. Take somebody like tim ferriss loved him. I loved books madame creek. He wrote books. That was like the playbook you are like you have you know. You have a bunch of knowledge insight. Was he started a blog and used it basically started blog like i think only nine months before his book came out it was like to promote the book and like ironically a blog as much better business than a book but like at the time the like the the sort of buffet of opportunity to monetize audience. Right not that. It's a three course meal right and now it is more like a buffet. Vegas buffet where we have all these options. You could do a subject pay newsletter. You can do like patriotic. You do all these rays of fund. Whatever like tim ferriss invested. We just invested his own capital and did well but like he could have had a roman did well because he had all insider access where he was in this circle. Insulin valley was able to get the best deals and so they should invest newberry. Very good call together but he was able to build this fantastic platform and then ultimately able to monetize it but out wire manatt cut of what everyone of that era did right now is becoming much more Kind of simple and much more understood no order how to do and so i guess what i'm seeing now is that people from different backgrounds are coming in and the because they came from such different background whether they're an athlete you start creating a bunch of content Right like pat mcafee show or something like that or their business person like for most business people to go from. Like i know for me. It felt weird to be like. I'm the ceo of a company. We raised sixteen million dollars and we built a team with his office. I'm going to go to a podcast like it. Sounds like oh. Wow like step down much and mike but would you go into that. You're gonna come in with this totally different mindset. I is different level of ambition. Different like set of skills and knowledge that like. Hey why don't we. Why don't we raise a fund off this audience rather than just charging them for tickets to a event that we throw or nine dollars for my book like so so for example. We had a podcast and we were doing. I think at that time we had made like seventy five k in ad revenue over the nine months or something not like nothing to write home about but her school paid for. You know some fun stuff. So if i made that the in that same time audience didn't change size but i launched my rolling fund. Rolling fund is now a four million dollars a year pool of capital for me to deploy into startups and only reason. It stopped at four. Because there's a cap of how many investors you can take and we hit the cap like right away You can take only like.

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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04:44 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"The tops like. Hey tiktok big. We need tiktok inside youtube. We'll call it shorts. You know okay. Yeah we're going to build it accused growing keeps you on. They report a new number all my god. The analyst says it's eating youtube hey guys. Where's that shorts product shorts product out. There they get it out there okay. Numbers okay cool. Put it in the feed. Put it bigger in the middle of the feed every everytime you scroll three times. Show it again and like the project managers that are trying to get shorts views up right or stories. I'll snapchat rising. Hey instagram facebook. We need stories puts reason okay cool. It's good put at the top. You know like send a notification about making blink. Exactly a red flashing thing around it. And so i think so as a content creator. You're like all right. If that's the game what's your new thing all right. I'm gonna make some optimized content for that and to be clear there boosting the distribution early on because they're trying to tell the creators you get their market senate vising icing right surge pricing and. I'm a uber driver. They're saying if you go over here you're gonna get double rates all right. I'll go over there and then that changes and you're like shit the double rape thing ended. I gotta go back over where i wanted to be anyways but for a moment in time. There's like this is the moneyball. There's an extra point you can get by using these platforms. So i've been dabbling with that right now. Which is what are the things where i picked the same amount of effort or maybe sometimes less effort making some content and get double or triple exposure either because the platforms juicing. It or a topic is just like dude. Every time i talk about bitcoin just bigger. Or like if i say some conservative thing it goes bigger and like you don't wanna totally sell out but it's interesting to observe which of the things you're talking about get much more play than the other thing is equally interested in than just seems like the market is not as interested in. Do you use to inform the content like do you actively sit down and you're like okay Every day. I needed to have one tweet about bitcoin. That's what works in teams to get the most Kind of distribution or is it more so just something kinda give feel ford and it's less data driven is more like more into it deserve it. You're like okay does truth. I accept it. I'm not have to act on it. I know a lot of people. I have good friends. That are like dude. Twitter's work i'm going to do publish four week. I've noticed any more than four is not optimal and i'm gonna them all at nine am so now i wake up at seven and i do and i'm like that's cool but that would suck the out of this for me so maybe i'm leaving stuff on the table by not doing that. Not optimizing using all the tools at my disposal. But i need this to be fun because if it's not fun i'm not going to keep doing it and i know that like in the long run. The only thing that really works is my stick with this for a certain amount of time. And so i think that's like a pretty important like realization which is like most people burn out doing this. Who are the people that don't burn out there. The people that they talk about. What's interesting to them..

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"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Kind of memo in the company. And one thing i wrote was like i just left a note. I said i think the data shows that a lot of people used which is like a second screen experience and at first team. Oh no is this bad if we're not the four if we're not the tab that they're staring at all time it's like well no they actually wanted to like pop in pop out. Listen in the background while they're doing something else like it's like why friends or the officers so popular net flicks is because it's it's mindless i don't even have to watch it. I'm so i've already seen it as already feel so familiar that i just have it on. I can have noise in the house while i'm doing other things. And so i said every investor cares about tam the total addressable market. I said the tam of partial attention is bigger than the tam full attention. And actually there's a whole group of products that should be going after partial attention because a bigger market as more available sites. And there's like less good options for it. And i think clubhouse one of the reasons that rose to its initial hype was it was a partial attention social network. You didn't have to be looking at the screen and using your hand to like navigate. You could be doing other things rich from light speed. He's attempt he analyst and basically spends all dating by the stuff He was told me. This and i think is probably the best way to think about all of the different platforms. He said most people think of like the streaming wash right. It's a spotify verses. I tunes versus whoever They think of the video platforms. It's netflix's verse hulu versus you. Know whatever They think of the social networks. That's facebook and instagram versus twitter And when you start to think about that like okay. Those are like vertically related right but he was like that's the wrong framework. The right framework is a war of attention. Yes and spotify is actually competing with net flicks with competing with twitter right and fortnight or a game and you can go through like literally probably hundreds of platforms and the way to think about it. Now i think is just look at like. How much time do i spend on my phone. Right i'm scared. Look at my computer time spent but on my phone i know i spend anywhere given the week between four to five hours a day on my phone and that phone calls that text message platforms all this stuff. So let's say that every person is pretty good. That's that's that's that low. I think that's low. That's why i don't wanna look. I tried to get off my off my phone But when you look at that and by the way we should make sure that we cut this clip and we're going to send it to police so that she thinks that i don't spend that much but no when you see the average person's five hours i'm making some if you have an hour podcast dressed for twenty percent of someone's.

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05:01 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Like built in and says pretty powerful so let me like the use that to grow the top of top of the fall and then you know so and it's like well shy ten platforms at once like well. No probably not. You should probably like build one plot. Lucas i focus and then transfer. So i basically just did the same thing so when i think after after that podcast i was like. I'm on my twitter. I think i might have had twenty thousand dollars at that time. Would you have two hundred forty and fifty added one hundred thousand dollars six seventy two and so as i can in the next three or four months and one hundred thousand dollars and i did it and so so i was like let me go if i go all in on this. Can i get that top of the funnel. So that's the first thing i did. And that helped grow the podcast. So then i was able to transfer that that energy art now builds podcast up. And so the podcast. Is i think better. Because it's a much more trusted relationship You know when. I sold my last company. I thought about all right. What's like to do this again. I got up roller coaster. Alright do i just like wait in line and go again like that. Seems weird or do. I like is there. Are there other rides at this amusement park. That seemed fun and the one. I thought seemed the most fun was at about you but like i'd always had these books and podcast like i really liked me like shape. My life like really shape. My thinking or like just kept me entertained. When i was board every day. I'm a commute. Or whatever i thought man if i could just be you know in a million people's ears every morning that would be something and so i just how do i get into a million people's ears every morning and then like you know started with zero and then is built up. It's like now. I think we're at like will do like six hundred fifty thousand downloads. A month right now and his grown like thirty thirty percent. Thirty forty percent month and so So i think we'll get to like it'll take time but i think we'll get to that million people a day that that listen like those embiid. Gimme gimme five. Ten years. And i'll get there..

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04:48 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"'cause either the media's covered in or do you know who started what firms you know how much they have like. You can do back of the napkin. Math and Whatever text started to kind of break that up a little bit because like the kid in the hoodie. It could have built a company. That was worth. Can't underestimate anyone. Yeah like but still. We know who the founder of facebook was. We knew the founder of twitter was like there was still this hierarchical structure to it a little bit but if you weren't in the industry then you have to be careful. Cr- bitcoin crypto like anybody. Yes like literally you can walk up to somebody and you don't know if they have a couple hundred million dollars. Bitcoin like they just want their first bitcoin. Right and the people don't tell you right and so like there's this very empowering aspect to that because now all of a sudden it's not about who the person is in terms of like the wealth that they have it really is more of a who has the best ideas right right who's the most interesting and so That'll probably go away. Which is unfortunate because people are just fear it out But right now. I think that's one of the most enjoyable parts is like you just don't know right. Yeah and you can't Because it didn't take a lot of money to get there early. What is what get what really gets you there for the most part and so anybody could have been early and there is a sort of a layer of anonymity around it. That if you're smart you used to do. I have a theory. I don't even know how we would go and figure this out but Majority of the people who were in what i call wave one or phase one They actually are not that wealthy right because they bought at two dollars and went to ten on. Sell it right because it's actually going to work out. There are a couple of folks who have held the entire time that very very well. But for the most part i think most people kind of along the way just naturally would sell The face two is actually where. I think most of the wealth. What are you calling phase two. What price points are you thinking. There is a hundred or a thousand. What do you think no. I think that there's like we're now in phase four. So i think of it as like you know sub one hundred dollars like then there's kind of like one hundred dollars in two thousand and maybe like now ten thousand plots right like around the you know maybe hundred to a thousand dollar price point. Those are people who are coming in with much more money..

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Fifty percent of the four hundred is gonna come from the industry at one hundred eighty k. About right i. It's hard to tell exactly whatever but like about fifty percent of the four hundred people in the world are gonna come from one industry. Maybe later this year right. Her hate is a very different group of wealthy people right like they're different different soda folk or they're they're anti-establishment by nature right somewhere. Deep technologists some are anarchists. And then some are madman who would just like went all in and then some actually are very intelligent. Macroeconomic thinkers or investors. Or whatever like you get like this very different group of people. But i do think it's interesting when you have that kind of wealth transfer Because also you have to remember that who front ran the whole thing. It's all retail yet right. And so it's like this wasn't a thing where oh award is going to get richer because that's usually what happens when you get the concentration wealth inequality gap instead what we have this none of these people on the list before. So it's like you're literally is a wealth transfer in that sentence. This wasn't old enrich get richard. This was the smart. Young crazy got richer for the most part. And so i think that. That's that's interesting. That's what that has all these different knock on effects okay. So what are they like to buy. Maybe they're not as into cars. Maybe they'll spend a million dollars on an nfc and it will feel very natural to them or you know so on and so on different types of philanthropy. So i think that's very. I love the grand experiments of what if we took a snow globe and we just shake it up and now now some different things are happening. And we're gonna see the second order third order consequences of a whole new class of wealthy people. I also think there's Much more long-term that goes on here just given the nature of the asset right. When you live in a world where the underlying currency gets depreciated tommasi finish incentivize for short-term When you have this idea of bitcoin kind of an appreciating purchasing power If it works right which still isn't enough but but most likely will It just makes me think much more long term and so like how does that change what people do with their while. Change flan therapy. How does that change the way. They both companies. It's very interesting dynamic. I don't think we've seen yet and so you know so far so good but it's different right. You know the thing about when you're talking about bitcoin conference so i went here at like you could see. The energy is a lot of people here. A lot of excitement crazy billboards right now for different things at somebody's walking by and they go. Oh that's scammy guy from youtube. There's some guy has a a a bus a bus ad he's doing and he's like i know exactly so. I thought that was an an somebody georgie was saying he's like i was backstage at the thing he's like do. This is like my youtube suggested. Feed walking around talking to each other. Which i think is just cool in general but had these ideas of like. I think that somebody is going to be big in the south by southwest bit bigger. And there's a couple different ways you can measure that right I don't know how big south by south west is in terms of a ten dis. Right but i think bigger for mike an influence your family right right whole restaurant relevance. So let's say..

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Got sean here. Thank you so much for doing this. Let's do it all right. we're in miami. You're here for a couple of days. let's start with. What do you think about miami. Miami's sweet i mean I'm sweating twenty four seven. That's not so great. i. I don't know if you've seen these but hold on. Where's the. I don't know if the camera's see these but i went into when into a mall right when i got to miami. If you're listening to the audio i just showed my fire short cheetah pants and i just said i need the most miami thing you got and she showed me something nice and i was like no no i need too much. I wanna look like you know the grand theft auto cover as she's like. Okay come over here and she gave you these things because we were doing a live show and i wanted to look goofy but miami's cool energies. Great i mean it's it feels like when you go from a corporate office to start startup office and you're like oh y'all got snacks. Oh okay like sleep in here yeah. He sleeps their student. You're genes yeah that's cool. There's a dog in the office. And so that's what miami feels like coming from san francisco. And i'm i'm still living in san francisco but it's truly what it feels like. It's like that may be energy passer description. I've heard of miami so far. Miami is the startup office and san francisco. Is you know what. I mean right from one or the other. Yeah but i also think there's other elements of truth to that which is I continue to tell people that folks have moved miami one. they're serious. There's nobody who is here because they want to go to like the wiessee party right or like get into the latest product party. It's like no. They're here and they have a company. They invest their Real movers in in terms of what they're doing the second thing is they have a chip on their shoulder. Which exactly what it started of. Just like okay. Cool using this hype like we're going to make an underdog story. Yeah yeah and then the third one of my favorite is somebody said to be. My it will be successful at heathrow boy moved there and doesn't try to retire. Moved to work and obviously he's working so like if you move to work then like miami will be because there is some gravity and florida to decide you know get you just chill so you know if you can resist gravity. It's going to be great. I don't you know they're the startup scene here. I feel like there is the great filter because for to pick up and move is no joke right. If you're you know twenty three years old and you're young and you're single you still got to find a place to find a place. It's a decision..

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"What's up everyone. This is anthony pompilio. Most of you know me as pomp. You're listening to the podcast. Simply.

That Good Night With Sunita Puri

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

That Good Night With Sunita Puri

"We're talking with dr sunita puri who works at the keck school of medicine at university of southern california as the daughter of a doctor sue. Nita grew up watching an admiring her mother's work so my mom's job was literally part of our household. I really think of medicine as the fifth person or concept living in our home in addition to my parents and my brother. And i and i really vividly remember. I must have been five years old. And i remember her leaving at probably four thirty five in the morning to drive from where we lived in evansville indiana to louisville where she was a resident in kentucky and i remember her in her blue blue font and her surgical scrubs and every day. I would hear her getting ready to go. It's like i was time to wake up at that time. And i would just start crying. I try to grab onto her legs so she wouldn't go. My dad would have to pull me off of her. I think my brother was an infant at the time so he doesn't remember this. But i always had this deep craving for my mother to be around more than she was and at the same time i remember being like probably six years old and going to the hospital with her and her holding my hand and us going into the post anesthesia. Care unit. she's an anesthesiologist. So after her patients came out of the operating room she would go check on them and so she took me with her. And i must not have been really even tall enough to see much over the hospital beds of these patients. But i remember my mom letting go of my hand and holding. Her patients hand that movement of her hand stands in my mind very clearly because she did put her hands on patients. She touched them with her hands and with her words and she would tell them. You did great in surgery house. You noncha- how's your pain. What can i do to help you feel better now that the hardest part is over and i just remember looking at her and the tenderness of her voice was the same with her patients as it was with me and i'll never forget the smell in the post anesthesia. Care unit of this kind of mix of clorox and some other very tough cleaning agents. I'll never forget the moans. I heard from patients who needed pain medicine. And i'll never forget how my mother would not just look down at them. She'd often pull up a chair so that they didn't have to crane their necks and she was i level with them and that to me really showed me not just how you can be a doctor but how you can be a human being connecting with another person. That was what soon nida envisioned for her life. That kind of connection. I was very conflicted about whether to go into medicine. I always have had the heart of a writer in a more creative person played piano classically for many years. I read voraciously. I wrote horrible teenage poetry. And i always had this more artistic bent me and in college. I really struggled with whether i want to go into medicine or whether i want to teach english in high school whether i just want to be a writer on my own terms and what ultimately led me to medicine was because i really wanted to be in the world as my mother was and knowing that that was her way of contributing to the betterment of the world it was always something that had this gravitational pull for me. I also really loved anatomy. Physiology biology and figuring out how those things interact with someone psyche so it was always there but i really decided not to go as a time writer because that pulled a little harder at me.

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"puri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"puri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You're gonna feel more powerful. Puri wants you to have a free bottle. How'd I know? Later in the show. You're gonna give out that phone number? Sure. Well, you know, we mentioned how great creating works for women take a moment and share that story. You told me before the show about the award winning 70 year old senior swimmer who uses ever strong, right? Right, Emma. Karen, I'm looking at her picture right now. 70 years old. This picture. She's got six medals around her neck. It's the 2015 national Senior Olympic Games. She writes to us that she was getting a little part during our workouts at age 70. Of course, she didn't have that same stamina. But she fortunately heard About our ever strong formula. She started using it and almost right away, was invigorated in her workouts and had more energy throughout the day. I'm quoting from her, she says. I feel my investment in ever strong was one of the best choices I ever made. It's always a morale booster. When people think on 50 patch, she looks fantastic. And I hear this stuff all the time. But this isn't one of those vitamins like a multi vitamin. You take it. You don't really even noticed a difference. This is a substance that you can use to help get some of that youthful them and bigger back at some of that strength back. It's wonderful. You know, purity is giving away a free bottle of ever strong but purity products didn't stop there. In fact, you insisted, they also give away a free bottle of their B 12 energy melts which are great for instant energy. Now I know that you love this combination. Tell us about the incredible double free offer. You know, when I think about creating more, I think about ever strong Think about muscular energy. I think about muscular power, but it's all about energy and feeling great feeling energized. And the next thing I think about when I think about energy is B 12 When you think about energy, think B 12 and the problem is for 50 Plus is like you and me, Pat. We're not absorbing to be 12 as well as we used to in our sixties seventies eighties. So when you supplement with B 12, you tend to bump back up those B 12 levels and that's what period B 12 energy melts are all about their fantastic they melt. In your mouth. They taste delicious and you bump up those B 12 levels. And that's great. Because B 12 helps us make red blood cells which carry oxygen to the tissues also theirs by a 10 in there for the hair, skin and nail so people love to be 12 and she melts Pat be one of the 1st 1000. Kohler's. You're just going to say 6 95 per shipping that if you don't notice the benefits we've been talking about today. Purity will even happily give you back..

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"puri" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"puri" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Puri wants you to have a free bottle Hide. I know. Later in the show. You're going to give out that phone number? Sure. Well, you know, we mentioned how great creating works for women. Take a moment and share that story. You told me before the show about the award winning 70 year old senior swimmer who uses ever strong, right? Right, Emma Karen, I'm looking at her picture right now. 70 years old, this picture. She's got six medals around her neck. It's the 2015 national Senior Olympic Games. You know, she writes to us that she was getting a little tar during our workouts at age 70 of course. She didn't have that same stamina, but she fortunately heard about our ever strong formula. She started using it and almost right away, was invigorated in her workouts and had more energy throughout the day. I'm quoting from her, she says. I feel my investment in ever strong was one of the best choices I ever made. It's always a morale booster. When people think I'm 50 patch, she looks fantastic. And I hear this stuff all the time. But this isn't one of those vitamins a multi vitamin, You take it. You don't really been noticed the difference. This is a substance that you can use to help get some of that youthful vim and vigor back at some of that strength back. It's wonderful. You know, purity is giving away a free bottle of ever strong but purity products didn't stop there. In fact, you insisted, they also give away a free bottle of their B 12 energy melts, which are great for instant energy. Now I know that you love this combination. Tell us about the incredible double free offer. You know when I think about creating when I think about ever Strong, I think about muscular energy. I think about muscular power, but it's all about energy and feeling great feeling energized. And the next thing I think about when I think about energy is B 12 when you think about energy think B 12 and the problem is for 50 plus is like you and me, Pat. We're not absorbing to be 12 as well as we used to in our sixties seventies eighties. So when you supplement with B 12 you tend to bump back up those B 12 levels. And that's what purees B 12 energy melts are all about. They're fantastic. They melt in your mouth. They taste delicious and you bump up those B 12 levels. And that's great. Because B 12 helps us make red blood cells which carry oxygen to the tissues. Also theirs by a 10 in there for the hair, skin and mail, So people love to be 12. Energy melts. Pack B one of the 1st 1000 callers. You're just gonna pay 6 95 for shipping. That's it If you don't notice the benefits we've been talking about today. Purity will even happily give you back..

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"puri" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"puri" Discussed on Z104

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"puri" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

A Touch of Grey

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"puri" Discussed on A Touch of Grey

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Royal wedding ceremony blends British and American traditions

The John Batchelor Show

01:41 min | 4 years ago

Royal wedding ceremony blends British and American traditions

"Burger deserve a moment silence to the tragic events took place just high school santa fe lost the game but the team is being praised for its courage as the community continues to grieve clayton neville santa fe texas china has agreed to significantly increase its purchases of us goods and services but following trade talks between the two countries china made no mention of two hundred billion dollar target the white house touted earlier it's the morning after the royal wedding in britain that was a blend of tradition and the reflection of a new style of monarchy they are now the duke and duchess of sussex prince harry and meghan markle are husband and wife after our ceremony at saint george's chapel on the grounds of windsor castle that combined elements of british royal and american wedding traditions sermon by chicago based bishop michael puri the first african american head of the episcopal church in the united states a twenty five minute carriage ride to wave to the thousands who lined the streets of windsor for the big day followed karen gave up windsor england one of the two men attacked by a cougar will mountain biking outside seattle died with the other in satisfactory condition officials said there was only one other fatal attack in washington like this in the past one hundred years the animal was tracked and then killed i'm barbara kusak are you sick and tired of being sick and tired wouldn't you rather be healthy energetic and fit i'm dennis black ten years ago i developed a texas size solution to america's health crisis i make my texas superfood from fifty five raw vineripened fruits and vegetables lost sixty pounds i mean that's huge since i've been on superfood i haven't.

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