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Expect Awesome #94 - Work Ethic

The Expect Awesome Podcast

13:19 min | 4 months ago

Expect Awesome #94 - Work Ethic

"This is the expect awesome podcast your source for expecting and achieving. Awesome with God powered confidence. Motivational Speaker and Integrity Doctors President Mr Ryan Came Mall What's going on everybody and welcome back to. The expect awesome podcast. My Name Is Ryan came on I'm thrilled to be back with you another week here of you're watching. If you're watching this version. Let me just point out. I did miss last week. I was gone if you want to where I am, it's take no look further than just my face. You can see the sun might be an appealing in Florida. You know it's it's. Time and there's you can't really go anywhere right now. So we just did a stick Asian we did a Florida vacation just kind of went around different places in Florida and got some. Sun. So a lot of fun good to be back though allowed me to get my thoughts together Gimme back to thinking what in the world I should be talking with you guys about, and that's what we're. GonNa do today is I'm going to continue on with our conversation continue with what we were talking about before and last time you might remember on the last episode I talked about the single biggest mistake any leader can make. And I think that it hit a lot. It's funny how many messages I got of. Thank yous basically for pointing that one out and you know rather than I want to end the series on bad. No. I want to kind of ended on a good note. So I wanNA talk today about the single biggest awesome thing you can do in order to be a leader. Now this is this is one of you can learn this. If you can see if you can do exactly what I'm going to tell you to do right here no matter what position you have no matter where you at even if you feel like you are too low on the totem pole if you. Feel like you're nowhere near any kind of promotion, any type of and what you're doing I'm telling you if you can grab a hold of this concept and I'm going to talk about today no matter what level you're at whether you own the business or you just work at the business matter, this is going to be the game changer. This is going to be what does it, and this is how you need to understand it here because this is where a lot of people get confused because what bosses tend to do, what leaders tend to businesses is they tend to ask for opinions. And that's a problem because if I'm being honest, that's not really what they're asking when they ask you like are you good with that? Do you WANNA do that? They're not looking for you to respond with no I don't really want to do that. That's not the response they want what they're looking for is a yes. Now I get the fact that in this society, it's kind of a Downer and not exactly what was positive say it'd be a yes man you don't want to be yes ma'am but I'm telling you in business if you want to thrive if you want to succeed if you want to go on, you need to learn the value in a yes and the value in the Yes comes from when you realize is that People in positions to promote you people in positions to keep you to pay you more to do more. They are not valuing your opinion what they value, and this is where you need to get it this way you need to hear it what they value is your work ethic. That's the single. Most awesome thing you need to understand is where your value is is your work ethic that's where it is. It's not in your opinion. Now let me let me kind of give you an easy example of this. If I tell you as a leader if I say tonight you know before we go home we got we got scrub this place clean. We gotta make this clean cleaner that's ever been. We gotta do we gotta even watch the floors we do this if your response is Oh Man Come on. Okay. Let's do it. That's what that is. Opinions that didn't work ethic. That's opinions. That's you obviously not being too thrilled with this is happening. That's obvious. Not Being happy that this is what is going to go down. What we want to hear what any owner what any business wants is when you say we're going to, as you say, all right, let's do it. Let's get this done. Let's knock this out. See that shows work ethic. See if you want to pinpoint I can tell you I can give you one big secret. I can give you a secret on how in your staff because. The question of who you know how do I know if? If I should fire this personal. Let this person go I don't know maybe they haven't done wrong things I'll tell you the easy one I'll tell you the easiest way is if you give someone a task if you tell someone what to do and their response is an IRA will fire them. It's just that easy. If their response is a shrug of the shoulders, if they're respond is a sarcastic reply if their response is A. Whatever Yeah, it's time for them to go. That's see. That's opinion over work ethic and what I want is work ethic over opinion I want when you say do something I want to be like, yeah let's do this. I want to do that. I. Want I don't to do it I want to do it right I want to do it perfectly. I want to do it right every single time I don't WanNa just. Well. If you say, so none that's opinion. See you start thinking your opinion is matters. Then all of a sudden you can start choosing and dictating the level at which things can be done. And Pretty soon, rather than perfection you start going for as is you just going for getting by you just start doing whatever you think will just. Check. The mark off the sheet of paper. which is one of the reasons like in our own company why we are not a fan of checklists because checklists are great for people who liked doing minimums. checkless are what is the bare minimum that you allow it either way with here and give me a checklist of those things because I'm not going to go over above for you. That's Beyond with a checklist says, that's just exactly how a checklists works but he that's why if you want to be a leader if you want to be someone who changes his world, if you want to be someone who impacts people and be someone who not only builds not just a relationship with your employees and build a strong bond and a strong team if you want to be someone who actually works their way up, what you have to realize is is that even When you're ask questions, your questions should be based off of your work ethic not based off of your opinions because let's be honest nobody wants to clean nobody wants to do the junk stuff nobody wants to do the pain stuff nobody likes it. You realize that even in my own job there, there's a lot that goes into a commonsensical lot that goes into a speech. There's a whole lot of stuff that I have to do to get ready for the fun talk stuff. That wasn't prepared there, but it's not a matter of my opinion. It's not a matter of what I want to do or what I'd like to do what matters is the work ethic, and if you see the work ethic and you understand the work ethic, then you know that it's GonNa get done and you know when I sound showing up I'm going to give the best speech you've heard I'm going to do that because that's the work ethic and that's what you have to have in your job. You have to have the solid focus on when the boss or anybody any person the opposite. This you're like, yeah, let's go. Let's do this I'm ready I'm ready to go. I'm ready to fire up. You can even be the boss and you can be the one that's more board about opinions than work ethic. See if the people under you start to think that your opinions matter more than the work ethic then they will start thinking their own opinions matter more than the work ethic. See if they see that you take your business system and you don't use the business system and you don't listen to your coach and you don't do what they say they don't think that you have a better way. They think that your opinion matters more and if your opinion matters more than the system that they're told a follow as well. What it really means is that the opinion now matters. Just. Just hit. You was heaviness right there. I hit you with everything. I got right there because that's exactly where things start to go wrong is this is where opinions start to creep in and destroy businesses because rather than us all working on our work ethic and focusing on our strong work ethic we too many times start focusing on our opinions. We roll our eyes you have to say it. You only have to voice it. You can. Okay. Whatever if you're watching this, you can see all the body movements I'm doing. You can see all the. Can. See. All man because that's what it is. If you see that stuff going on behind the scenes, those are the people that got to go because those people value their opinion more than their work and I only value the work ethic I've told you in so many different things thing. The matters most to me is the results. The results is what matters the results is what we need to focus on. It's what we need to do, but the results can't happen. If, all the business becomes is a competition of opinions. Is a collection of different ideas and different thoughts, and what that means is it becomes different levels. Of Prosperity, different levels of acceptance different levels of what we think is right and all that means all that means I can boil down to one very simple phrase. One simple thought all that means. Is that the customer that you're supposed to be there for. Isn't focused on right now. You don't care about them. You don't care about their experience. You'll care about what we're doing here. You don't even care about how nice things are how good it is. Because you're too caught up in your opinion. If you want to be awesome. Drop the opinion. Focus. On the work ethic. That's it. For this I'm a start a new series after this. This next story is coming up is going to be different. It's GonNa be fun though I promise you that can be. Kind of push you to think differently, and that's what we want to keep doing to continue doing I'm GonNa take some of the text message you've been sending me I'm going to work them into the series It's really kind of gave me a push to do this so. That's coming for you coming this next week. So super super pumped to start that series for you to. So that's that's to be great when you're going to really like that when I know you'll get a lot if you just take it for what it is and understand if understand what I'm doing and follow a law. If you'd like to have any more questions to cover anything else feel free to text me about anything doesn't matter what nine, four, one, two, zero, two, six, nine, nine, four, one, two, zero, two, six, two, five, nine. You can see it down on the screen down below there. You can also follow me on instagram and Facebook at Rien Que Mal our way and K. L. E. Check my book out if you haven't bought it yet get it for your kids Christmas coming man it'll be before you know it it's a great one you order to Ryan came. On Dot com I will personally sign it and write a letter to your kid for you or even throwing a bookmark for the kids. So that's available. Now get it can't Amazon you can get on Amazon kindle it gets very quick obviously because they do it, you don't have to pay shipping because they're big and fancy, but with me if you WanNa, do it all you pay for the postage shipping and handling and that's it and I'll get it out to you. So that's it. I want to do one last thing I've I've kind of left it out. But I want to end just I want to start doing this kind of regular. Now, if we have a new APP on integrity doctors of your chiropractor in Chiropractic all download our APP and doctors connect and I'm that we have a prayer team I lead a prayer team is a prayer, every single Monday morning at eight thirty, A. M it's live streamed into the APP. But what? I WanNa do own a started doing because I. do believe that all of this confidence everything that I have and everything we do is built on God's power. I'm going to start ending every single one of these talks every single podcasts I'm the end with a short prayer just telling you right now because I just think it's the right thing i. think it's what I would do and I felt great about doing this prayer team. It's really been a huge help for me and I think why not? Why not do it some more places. So if you're ready with the I just want to tell you right now. I love you. I appreciate. You, you are awesome and I want to go to God to finish it out God. Thank you so much for today. Thank you for all these awesome people who listen. Thank you for all these awesome people who follow and do what the right thing is to do because they care not just about themselves to care not just about the people, but they care about how they represent you Lord thank you so much for everything please bless them. Please be with them. Please lift them up in please show them the awesomeness that you have for them in your name we pray amen thanks for watching everybody. God bless you. I will see you here next week. For more awesome this visit Ryan Que Mall Dot Com or follow me on facebook instagram and twitter at Ryan came mall until next time. Keep smiling and remember you're awesome.

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781 - Big Farm in the Sky P.I. Season Finale S2 E12

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1:19:01 hr | 1 year ago

781 - Big Farm in the Sky P.I. Season Finale S2 E12

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We're at night, you know, might not be something you say to say this habits to meal. I don't know what's up skin. Get bit baffled or stay do. Whatever scheme in whatever situation is here. In to send my voice across the deep Dirk night, amid news. Wallowing, soothing creaky, dulcet Jones pointless. Meanders superfluous, tangents Emina, go off believe him to go off topic in Gulick, immune UB. So did I say rustic rusty meanders that was one of my main? I don't know why Societa word rusty meanders with overalls in me, we could come back to that because he used to say Ashby guy, Chalandon this podcast. So maybe we could figure out a way to go back to that. And say return to our C scoots return, he's got us be Capag Cass returning to its roots. You know, he's right there right around eight hundred episodes or so. He said, he's bringing Hispanic gas back to a two roots. In a see. Okay. So would like a kid can't fall asleep. No. Like a bake grounded in care, and empathy will kind. No. But you kind of I mean that's part of the podcast still. No, he's going to be saying Ashby gash more in holy mackerel. In a couple of other ones. You know, his his catchphrase kitsch phrases. He he remainders. Okay. But if you're new me take a second Hake glider here in, I'm glad like a really emulator here. In a we'll tell you, you know let's see how this goes. Okay. Because it does is fast doesn't work for everybody. In a hope it can help you. So this will I wanna take time out your earth your regular listener. Hey, welcome back. But despite gives most regular listeners, listen to two or three times before they became a regular listener, which I guess, is a paradox in itself. But they said, well, okay, this case, a little bit different first time as trying to make sense of it the second time it was a bit baffled. Insert timorous OK don't I don't get it. So I do get. So if your new also ask us, you see, her goes, there's no pressure on, on my end other than that. I mean, it would like to help you add like to keep you company as you fall asleep. But let's see how it goes couple other things wanting to know. Structure, which expect show starts off with business, which you heard it. It's more important for the regular listeners in, like super users, listen to a bunch episodes because that's what keeps a bad cast free for. Everybody is in. There's an intro as inner some business is in there will be the story which today be episodically modular series. Big farm in the sky PI is in there. Some thank yous at the end of the show. Suuch structurally expected. Let me talk a little bit about the intro, though, because sometimes people say wins a bedtime story star, and I tell you, if you're looking for that starts around eighteen to twenty minutes or so into the show because we have intro, that's like right around fourteen to twelve to sixteen eighteen minutes, where I try to explain what the podcast, but more I don't know, stab wish a baseline of nonsense in senselessness in front friendly, non. Cents in lake. I don't know. I try to explain what the bad kisses, and I realized I find the podcast baffling also overuse words that I like. In mean thing, the way the intro candid developed was the sensible thing of like for most people. They, they fall asleep like they want. You need a wind down routine. Right. You get easier self into bed time. You know, we've spent a while since if Saddam cash gash or we know pontiff gated and shoehorn sue his been awhile. Also, it's been a while it's been this existence. The stage Magasins never owned shoehorn, if used some of held some in, it'll really need shoehorn because it just be one more thing. But you don't really can't we make things you can't shoehorn? Here's a here's a generational thing. Maybe I was like, like the, the post like my father had shoehorn. My mother would that was the shoehorn story. Or shoehorn Leghorn. I think the last time like hundreds of episodes ago, you say scoot says last week when you're talking about shoehorn Leghorn. Yeah. It was a shoe. It's children's work L. Right. One day. My father was a shoehorn. My mother was a leg horn in its maybe shoehorned fi horn at lake that better because there was like a what was it? Something five horn. Leghorn wasn't Anthony. The giant chicken and the Bugs Bunny cartoons. It gets it doesn't make of as a first name shoehorn Leghorn would be shoehorned fag. Orne. Shoehorn. Fa- b-5 horn. Shoehorn. That was a fag horn, maybe. Okay. So this is one of the meanders that goes on in the intro, were try to explain what the show is. In shoehorn beef fi, or they can't get enough of that. It also like chew your mouse. When you say go ahead and say it with me. Shoehorn ba- fi horn. Shoehorn be Leghorn, isn't it almost found like when you're chew lake when you say the word shoe like you're chewing or Choo? Choo? I guess, cashew and chew rhyme. I didn't realize that I'm not kidding. This is where it's unintentionally funny until they said today didn't realize that shoe and chew rhymed another part of my brain that isn't linked to my rhyming brain said feels the same in my mouth issue in chew wonder why. In. That's what I'm cut out to make this podcast. So the introduces lets people ease into bed time, and then some people fall asleep during the intro some people fall asleep after the intro. Some people fall asleep like some people skip the intro. Some people listened to the whole show like so whatever works for you. You'll find out were, there's people that use this show in different ways all the time. Some people don't fall asleep during the show, the they fall back asleep. They don't start listening till they wake up so you just see how it goes guess. That's my main thing over two intro. I guess my main thing is to ease your intro liquor. Some people expect the intro to be concise or make sense. And just wanted to get this a little late for the kind of did an example. That's also how the intro works unintentionally showing off my style. My won't be shoehorn style. So, okay. So that's intro tonight will be store than the story, which is episodically modular series. You could listen to any order. This just happens to be the the season closing episode before we do season recap episode. Like you said, you could listen to it any order, there's a big catch up at the start. So we'll get you caught up. So this is structure show. No pressure to listen. This is the one podcast like I said where you can discover how works best for you, or, you know, the great thing about all the people that helped keep the show free by doing still going out of the way to do that, is that there's all these different style episodes. Some people say, well, it's the style, I prefer. So just listen to those ones. Some people listen, every episode some people kind of pick and choose in creede apps, and create playlists in their apps and stuff. So just see how it goes. No pressure. Listen, here's the other thing nurse. No pressure to fall asleep. I'm going to be here for an hour to keep you company in. If you need it, you could run eight ten twelve episodes in a row. So, you know, I'm here to help ease you off into bed temps. There's no pressure lists and no pressure fall asleep. I mean they do reason make show is because they believe do deserve. A good night's sleep. And I know it's that easy in elect to be here in, in just keep you company as a can you say, well, I make the show just as much for the people that can't sleep as people who fall asleep in four four for four or five minutes. So yeah, so that's you can structure show this things to now. I did see I was going to talk about Ashby, gosh. But then by Ashkar and Begosh I got distracted by old shoehorn, Leghorn, five or in the third. Or something in went off topic. So maybe we'll go back to ask you, those just like a it's a nice word. I know it's probably against. I know did I research this in the early days was Ashby guy thing before it was a brand or was it always just been a brand? I don't know if I've ever owned do they make a dull close gonna have to look at a later. I think, oh because I was thinking of meanders in the know thinking of, when I say, rusty meanders, I think of overalls in, then when I think overalls, immediately, think of cash beguile, they think they only made kids overalls, maybe just in the eighties and didn't own any. I think so I had six kids in my family. I think there was one pair of green, rush cash jeans or something like that were second hand from one of my cousins in our home. But I, I was all ready over outgrown them or they like arrived at my home, because they have so many cousins, it was like what do you call that? Second hand you call. When you so is a lot of clothing exchange. It was just great being part of the big family is you'd see man who could. But so maybe some Ashby. I'm not like overall person just because like a any less cool leykis it. Okay. Well, you need need. You know, they have a denim shirt, it's fine. But I don't really need any Denham above the waist majority of the time that they could be wrong. I mean you say scroogiest where shirt, you know, you do, just like they do, like when you, you put the put the piece of we. In your mouth to the full Huck Finn, or Tom Sawyer would ever say, okay, then fold up in my bare feet right, no-shirt bare feet just may ask cash. Bega- shes. And I'd say well couple of things you know, I do a lot of running. So I know lake may upper Bindi there's certain parts that gets chafed, and that's with, like, like, like other materials. So Denham I'd worry about that in to just don't know. I mean I can see the to be airflow medical thing would be that I would have similar to put my hands like holding my lapels whatever you call those things. Stirrup. What do they call the straps? I don't know. So anyway, I think you got a good idea. If you're new of me going off topic, a few times, a daily in, I don't wanna be over caffeine of meme who if passes work for you, maybe forget about took your mind off stuff. That's a goal here. Am really glad you came by. I'm really glad you came back. Those you think so much. Screw to see great to be here in your years. I really appreciate your time. So see how goes if you're new give it a few tries, if you if you wish. But I'm glad you're here, a really work hard at urine in strived, help befall sleep. And here's a couple of ways really if you're here listening, you can find all the sleeping. Pat guest council sponsors tomorrow. These partners coming up here deserve would keep the show for a and help us keep the show ago and. Hey, before we destroy. Here's just wondering if you listen to sleep with me in a regular basis. But if you're looking for more sleep with me, and if you're looking at Skippy ads like this or the jingles at the beginning, or the dank us, at the end, consider becoming a patron or if you want to know, kind of some of the behind the scenes that goes into the show Reese, went more more story, only all intro episodes, you know, ten ten or twenty pitches. 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But maybe like, so what if you knew where you never heard one of these episodes, before, we might say, hold on scoots at in here, the first episode or hold on scoot say listened to episode three in this episode twelve? So let me put shit ease antics. That's what my job really is here CK Lewis into these in any order. That's what episode weekly Magister means it. I don't know it just like the way magic or sounds because see, well, you can module, you know that you move the you know what I mean. Ebina most, we're gonna catch you up and everything here. So big farm in the sky PI season. Two is this season to season one which is called big firm in the sky PI detail of Simon uncle Simon Igiea in de que uncle Simon was a earthly resident just like all of us who passed on to live life in the big farm, in the sky, like a second stage of existence second-stage, as a little presumptuous, and other stage of existence in that stage of existence. Wasn't like anything, I'm familiar with from my. Things have been exposed to. It wasn't all good. It wasn't all bad, and it wasn't all neutral as a big farm in the skies. Just kinda different stage of existence in it. Can even split you get a new start in is a new stir for Simon. He decided he would be a PI private investigate. You know helping solve mysteries. End also wanting to know about Simon Simon had say, h AD because currently will get you up the ability to visit earth, particularly to communicate with his niece in her best friend at its, gene, decay, and keep in touch with them. So that was not everybody very, very miniscule amount of people that traveled a big farm can come back to earth, visits, or even communicate with too. So that was season. One was Simon was up in the big pharma, sky P solve in cases in. And he would check in with Jeanne de que and they would help him. So that was pretty much season one season. Two takes place. Mostly in Florida on earth as we know it in the great retirement community known as the town's. It's. T. O. W. N E S is when a largest communities where decays amp penny lives and Aegean decay that they're in middle school. It took some time off middle school to do an independent study program running a business in the towns. Very similar ankle Simon Salvin mysteries kind of including garages end. They, they were doing. They were doing that as part of leykis first semester. Edano. They talked to their school into it in their school agreed. And so season, two has been Simon helping Jean de que south cases here on earth. But because this is the last episode of couple things happened. Jean and decay stopped salving cases in the last episode is. Semester coming to a close, and you can listen to that. Nets who reporting that said detail really need to know. You know, because they got to go back home. At some point. But at the same time, same in had lost his ability to keep in touch with them in return to earth in. So Simon is now just in the big farm. In this last episode just a minor detail. But again, because you don't need to how did it happen, kind of a serious, a lot of stuff in the big farm, you know, I'm still earthbound, I'm earthbound human. That's what they call say. Think out there. It's interesting, though, because that's what people call from outer space skulls to. But because worth bound, so I don't understand all mysteries. That encompass a big farm in the sky, you know, because the whole idea was mystery lake said, like was is big pharmacies kind quiz, scoots his big firm, the sky, purgatory limbo, you to good place or the double hockey stick place in. It's his I can tell none of those is the okays, Rian Rian curtain. No, no Kasai is still has full consciousness. You know, my ego must be in charge of that story, because you say way like what belief system. Can I retain my consciousness because that's what I that's what I'll go for? Four. So it's none of those, it's just another stage of existence. I think is trying to answer another question. I forgot what it was. But so I think that's it. Like so Simon's up there. Simon, of course mrS, gene, decay, gene, decay, messiah even into let's get to the shore. Also, we have a celebrity set a person who just drove straight from Los Angeles, even though I told them you could save a motel six lost hills. That's my favorite motel six shout out. At least for me, it's only my opinion. And I told him I pay to, to relate to give him a twenty five dollars credit towards the room, which is around fifty bucks or so. But he said he preferred to drive straight here mister in tonal bond Deras, as the lady says gentleman's, Boyce occurs offense beyond the binary east time. It's correct. This case eastern time for big farm in the sky PI. Yeah. Thanks into is so, so how's the drive up? It could be impolite for me to say it was exhausting. Oh, why are you here? Why don't you lie right in my bed, which is we have that new hybrid matches from casper that at Natura put a sponsor plug in, but I love it. When are you lie there, and just listen to podcast and take a nap if just you 'cause you use just, you know, we've trained you to sleep so quietly while I record and is in maybe. We could play some munchkin or ads let you sleep. Maybe I could drive you back to Los Angeles's. Thank you, my friend. I'm taking the weekend to hang with you. We're going to as we were going to go do some things. Oh, yeah. Forgot were hanging, this we go ahead take an app in my bed in. Really? Listen to the bad kids, just like a listener. Oh my friends. My friends, I'm talking scoot them talking to listeners, now, I get to be just like you, who those that go to the live show mixed with those that goose to the podcast. Good night's Antonio bound errors. Everybody Bri helped my pacing and quietness to know. He's right in the other OB's line down. A can't raise my voice. I would've told him shoes off. Now he's kicking his shoes off. And get, you know fully cools in my net. You know in my bed. Nah, you know, fully closed on tap, the comforter he knows that rules. So thanks, everybody. Ten for big farm in Skype PI. Hey, Dan, Simon era. Just checking in. Up to hit you and some stuff day in the middle of an adventure. I wanted to take a moment and stop and processing by talking to you in also, you know, so you're updated and everything. So thank you. Diane a bit trying to figure out how to get back to earth and Jean de que because it just is an ongoing issue me getting back there in also who's trying to figure out, you know, because his said day into, you know, time passes differently here in the big farm, and I know not everybody knows it. Even you even as wise as you are dying in your bri-. Well, that's so. So I said to myself Simon, you kinda get a crack your own case, even though you don't know what it is after crack the case of getting back to earth, G Jean de que or maybe come to some acceptance do that won't be able to go back there. You know, because one part of me Diane says, well, who are you to be able to go into a new stage of existence? And then go back to earth. You're having your cake in your visiting, you know, you're going to scream shop and eating an, you know, that that's might not be fair. Not everybody else gets to do that. Simon. Maybe you had some time with gca. So I am not ready to accept that dying in. So I said, well, if I started vesting things, then maybe I'll just be distracted in maybe figure things out. Maybe I'll come to some acceptance, you know, maybe just like you know, there is a healthy MO. You're I n g go, maybe that's part of it. I mean, even if it's just my connection with earth. Maybe they said, well, we got to ease this guy in Simon's. We can't give them the full big farm. So it keeps them in touch with earth for awhile. It could be their strategy and whatever strategy my strategy was to look into things because they said, kennison's stuff with the silent founder in karmic points in the whole heavenly solutions. Business is still can't vague to me. All that crap up at the same time. So I headed to the H Q the big campus built around my home in a sauna, I would look for solutions air at heavenly solutions business that we repurpose reinvented, even though there was the founder there in who hired me in put me to work on investigating karmic points. He said, okay, let's start here. So then I tried to look said wear in a giant like tech campus, would I get started, if I was like I said, okay, there's office a look to the office. They said, maybe there's a secret panels or something, but there wasn't anything like that. But I felt like you know, sometimes Diane, you know, in maybe this is just a sometimes developed over this time being big farm in the sky PI in winding to become a fan of minot and then becoming the big arm escapee. I in Florida, the assistant to the real big the Brill, Pia history and decay was going to say so they learned a new skill trust your gut. And my gut said that this headquarters was a right place. So I said, well, I don't know what I'm do is it. Okay. If your gut says be here, let's be here, Simon command muster walking around and you know, just like taking a shower going for a walk. Here's a chance for me to just because it's just a giant oval, so I could walk in and it's multiple floors. And you could go I could go in two directions. So I could pretty much walk for Infinity, or whatever attorney. And as it was my playing but so it sure walking through campus. And you know, we, it was a little bit busier because. Of you. We reinvented that business g g indicate I was like walking in an activist people be saying, hey, we're about to have shuffleboard tournament Simon wanted to join us in, I would have to debate sometimes depending, I said show aboard okay because as I said, that's also a good thing with other things. It's well, I'm kind of trying to walk in and thinking or trying not to think, and then thinking and then walking. Because try like and they said, well can we help? I said, well, maybe trying to get back to earth in. They sit isn't everybody because you know, it's a pretty common thing up here, or aren't we all or in a day in that made me appreciate it more? He said, well, everybody here would like to go back and see their g their version of Jean de que or go to their favorite spat, or those kind of things. But I don't know. I, I was looking for something specific, and they said, we'll school low soon I started going to lower levels in walking around, and I don't worry same and stick with it in. If you times this is where things start to happen dying in. It's weird that it's in a giant oval but I started to hear this lake alike. A worrying noise Nadan anada piercing warring worrying is like a W or are I and g maybe Diane instead of w o o I was trying not to. W. O R Y. I N G. So a heard it and I said, we'll say the air conditioning said, oh, no sign. We don't have wake, you know, it's the there's Wednesday kill climate climate controlled up here. Most of the time. So said no in, like who's hearing this worrying. So he kept paying attention to it, and then I, then I started trying to find it. Those look I was looking in the wrong place down in 'cause finally a stopped in a corner right now. Dana, I don't know if you seen the movies Star Wars, I think is probably in the first Star Wars of the second one in might been in the rogue one, but there is a little droid say they bit like remote control cars. They're four wheels. And they're a little bit taller than a human ankle in a ride around, like a remote control car. Now lot of a make in the movie they made displeasant noises in. I'm not sure I never dug into it, whether it was like, hey, this is message delivery, your parts delivery, or what they were really doing. But the store was a big thing, even up here in the big firm, the sky, people bring their fan of wisdom. And there's been a lot of interesting experiments in dings tests, that, you know, people are fans of stuff in the big farm, your reinvent, you say, well, let's try to make a Atari is, you know, that's a can of stuff that goes on here, especially a heavenly solution since GD Kanai kinda took over. So why was surprised to see this droid wasn't surprised? What I was surprised about. But I guess it wasn't spreads easier because this is kind of a gimmick from the movie is issues noticed in notice to me noticing in, in it, paused in than it did not a reverse. But where it rolled towards me backwards at a forty five degree angle, and then changed direction. But it will like did it in a jerky way with spas is like it was processing in buffering or something in it was doing. It did whoever made it which I was thinking it was they, it was making that, like, like almost singing to excel itself. Diane in a pleasant way, and I said, we'll Simon wine I follow this droid because, you know, we're still walking around in a tried to go make a right hand turn essentially in Oviedo, or building. So that's interesting. But you know, there's a hallway so are right angles within, you know, just because buildings oval-shaped doesn't mean you can't have right angles. It just means whoever designed do, so it went into a right angle went into another hallway and then I was following it along. And I think it knew I was following it, but I was walking in a different pace in eventually revealed some to me day, and we went and went down this ramp. Those behind some stuff in the next thing, you know, it went into this vast cave. With Brax in the whole nine yards in it when I went into the cave. I mean it was big like a tunnel more of a tunnel than a cave. You're right day in a pause because they said, wait a second would g in decay. A go go back to the process. I'm in end as a paused. A sit okay? Whoa. Kay who tried to go through. In a city, where are we going in notice the droid, just at the edge of may is site, a as a cave, kind of bent down into left or the tunnel as a droid was waiting for me in a sit. Okay. So what our actions here same would g it this case, what would gene decay say, our actions one way to which were doing now or pause. We could follow the droid. We could go back to way, we came, we could check to the wall. So the tunnel which I did. And they say okay we can't go through the walls, any other places we could go. No. So we could go forward backward or nowhere. And I said, okay, let's wait a little while in the droid way to couple times when notice me looking at it racked back and forth. And it's weals. And I said, okay would else is. Said, I don't know and should okay guess let's move forward. Let's cue. I said, are you waiting for me, and then it started moving forward in. I said, okay, it wants me to follow it or it's a leading me or something. So as a leading it, it was leading me, die in silo ING it's NFC note, of course, the cave or the tunnel opens up into a home. Well, we don't know that's a whole nother world because I was thinking about this. He said was fry not a whole nother world, just exited somewhere. I was unaware of is Suming were the big pharma sky is like, you know, its own, let's just pretend it's planet this point. Diane, even though I'm not saying it's planning. I'm just saying for this analogy we exit because it was different environment. There was a purple trees and pink grass in then sandy hills. Kinda like you'd see, but it was multi lake sand. Sculpture type clearly sandy hill expand dunes. There's a pass and going through it in a droid skinny going through the past in a city. Okay. We're in a different place and I'm still following the droid nut. Sure where I'm going. And then eventually, we started going like he said, okay, let's just keep fouling droid would I was kind of, like, also taking the varmint, and then we would pass we pass this pond. A bit Laker Koi pond. But it was kind of like a neon green color. But not in a way they said, oh boy, I said interesting in a pause to look in it in noticed. Now, I don't know if this is my magic nation that Dan, but I could see g g and decay like in a circle packing up their stuff clearly at pennies and penny sows. And, of course, as very I didn't realize what I just started talking to them. And they pause in Kenna looked around, but they were looking at me, but they didn't analogy like they could see me, but maybe they could hear my voice, then I noticed the circle is slowly shrinking in eventually, like cool. Closed up and I sent her in, then we walked through I found a droid for a while longer in it happened again, in the same gene, decay, were eating it cracks restaurant with penny prior goodbye meal. And it was constant and I said, you know, have crack you know, like it was shrinking. And I said we'd sing shrinking at the same pace alas shrinking. And, and then I thought to myself, okay, like I tried to think like GED K I should woods. What's like causing the shrinking. Is it time? Is it something in the next time I got to water? I watched corna my either droid in his adroit was going away day in also is the is the, the thing was shrinking portal, or whatever the view of them. So the further away the droid Gan gene, decay, ga- got smaller, and I said, okay, these things, you know, might have been core correlation air might not have been. But I said, destroyed his involved in some way or something, I said, okay, what would we should we do now in and then I tried to catch. Up to the droid fully in the droid maintained a speed net. I said, okay. That's I'm not going to catch up with droid. It just was very efficient. You know it could just go always at the same speed as me to maintain a distance. So then I, you know, I kept having a pause to catch my breath and do the same experiment. At other water points in, we're going again, going through now, instead of dunes is just different. Nice environments is very nice very nice to walk. But I said to myself, okay, Simon when you stop the droid stab. So. What should we do? Now, should we'll catch droid guests. So then when I started doing his out pause in can walk backwards a little bit. I was positive places where there's a little bit of a rise. So the droid couldn't see me like get just back enough in the now run around out into the lake. We'll just when it was more fields with these palm trees, maybe their pump cheese were Metallica ller in out, run around the palm tree, and had faint sympton to throw in the road that the droid was eventually going to be in. And then I would sneak back in we would go, and that the drug Sylvia waiting for me. And then I would go in and watch droid kind of it was mostly, like palm fronds. It not really great way to stroz slowdown droid because it would go round them. So I said, okay, okay. So I kept doing individually get to this forest in. So there was a lot more like trees in all again, even though there's different colors, and different textures, and different smells, I think even caught lake vanilla can't candy or something in the air, it was a very similar to a forest to. So is using the same strategy. And lake trying to actually slow the droid down a little made. So I acted like I was in a forest made it easier for me to kind of sneak off the trail because there was more trees for me to hide behind. In eventually found some big branches. So I said, okay, Sam and we're going to get these branches. We were going to block the path of the droid. But I had to find all these branches. I'd gone off pretty far off trail in, I guess a little bit embarrassing, Dan, because you say, how like you do sometimes sued woods could be tricky. It couldn't find my way back to the past, and then as I tried more carrying these branches and listening for the droid humming to itself, you know, turning because it guess what happened was wake when I, I thought it was right. Headed back to the trail that took too long. So then they did win sings where you lake step with your right foot to the right. And then you step with your left foot to the left is any spin, thirty degrees, then you step forward, then you spend ten fifteen more degrees to the right or clockwise than you, like he spent eighty degrees to the right Cusack wise, then you step again, then you look up and down, then forty five degrees. Counterclockwise. These are just estimates, dying then you like then you drop the branches then you are for fifty paces than you step. So I couldn't wake. I think what happened in that situation. Dan was a again, more lost than it was a listening, now this is a common thing. I think but maybe not is when you like so you're in a forest in its, you got your forest sounds, and you also it's under toned by, like a nut. Silence almost like white noise day, and, you know, you have the wind you have like what you're you say, sound or lack of sand. Just like they say, in it makes us out if tree falls in the forest it makes the sound so as listening for ROY droid singing to itself, but again because you're, you're all ready hearing it Irie. You're like my hearing that in my match nation or at a far distance, or is it some Burge chirping Guinness is the big farm, as it kept getting a for, like further and further from the past eventually, where he became due to the age of the edge of the trees in overlook were were add like a. And we're N like Van Leer like below me wasn't event, like it wasn't a CLI f but it was like it was high up in then because I could like slide down. Which eventually let me getting ahead of myself. I said, oh, no law lake. I ahead to sit down for a while. Because they said, we'll also droid. In by looking for it, it gives it to time day in looking back at I guess they had a fifty percent chance of finding it even though because we're at the edge of this, this part of the forest, but I didn't think that at the time they said, Ono Simon new loss, droid. It's connected to Jean de que somehow. NFL a little down. And then, you know, just missing Jean de que in the said, but then the voice of g g Andy cave told me about lot about self talk being in the moment in looking at the moment is kind of underpinnings of their one of their investigative strategies that I've learned from them. So I said, okay, where are you in? I said, I don't know in what can you see as listening to Jean de que saying this, and I said, I guess I'm not sure as valley or a field or meadow. But is pretty far at was fairly high up, because they had of view. And in this case, the sun was sitting Hobo, this son. It was, it was iridescent son. It wasn't setting. It was a had a ano- lake before. Where were you still like it's upper time or something in a notice down in the field? River meadow far off of what looks like a giant table. And people sitting at a table, and I said this imagination, and then I saw, like smoke, look recouping something, and then I saw it. I heard Jeter I thought, maybe, and I said, well, let's at least somebody to talk to if it's real like what's go there, and ask for help, ask about destroyed, Ian soy, slid down and climb down this hill, or like whatever you like it as Blake I get down to the next level, where the value of the field was, and then I walked respite quite a distance, you know, but it was getting closer and closer. He ended in there was all these people eating actually knew some of the people like, there are people, I've met, no one. I actually worked for, but people I met during my travels in the big farm, and they say, you're big pharma, sky PSI join us, and they hand me down. And they said, yeah. Having this abuse out here, isn't it? And I said, yeah, I'm Ken lost anxiously, and they said, okay like it. He's actually the lost hills kind of fun place to get lost in. Don't worry. Find your way. Areas for people that like getting lost, like podcast guy. He loves us in said. Oh, okay. And I said, but I'm found now and they said, oh, yeah. This is where you always like is table. It is this is like the picnic area in when you could see it, you go here. And then you have a picnic with other people that are like in all of you just lost in new just came here. And they said where we all just met of the past the hour to we've been joint some lemonade and were grilling up some food. But every single person would Diane was someone I had come in contact with before, now, I don't know the exact population of big farm in the sky. So I did say to myself, Simon all over below things, but my good said that's strange, but it couldn't quite put my finger on it at the time. I now talking out makes it sounds like oh sign. Hello. And then I told them about the droid in this didn't work out so great because like it started people talking about Star Wars. In people offering their opinion about Star Wars started people talking about lake couldn't get to like that a needed to find the droid or what mysterious lake would a mystery was because everybody had their own pinions in workplaces withdraw droids Star Wars, new store wars old Star Wars. Science fiction, and it was a picnic. So it wasn't really a rain storming session. And then is the son again, lower everybody said, okay. Like, let's say you know, let's back it up. And I said, well, how do we if this is lost hill? So cowed, we find her way, where in, they said, oh, you haven't been here before good thing, like you're supposed to find a say guess, because we've all been here before in said, okay, what you do is you. We all hold hands. And around the table, we bigger form a big circle holding hands. We do a ring around the Rosie in. We do that whole thing in, then when you do the fall down part when you stand back up. You stand exactly apposite face facing the at set of circle. And then you just walk straight from wherever you are were wherever you were in the circle in you'll go wake where you're supposed to go. Like you're supposed to be back your house, you know, you sooner or later, you'll know where you're going in said, good thing, and they said, well, that's out work, so don't worry you woulda. And I said, okay, well this interesting mechanism of lost hills. So we did that we got on the circle. We did the ring around the Rosie. In other words, you know, in I fell down in the next stood up in faced out in started walking in you. This is a big firm. So it wasn't totally mind blowing the head, I would walk one direction, invariably suit, very soon lose track of everyone else. But that happened, you know, and eventually, he liked the moon came out. It was a full moon regular very similar regular earth moon. Diane Bri bigger, and I saw these big hedges like insurance shoe may. In this one, I was like, I gotta say, yes, right, Dan? So I just walked into the maze. And I said, we're like. Okay. This is in. And I was in this as in trying to find my way he has a little bit frustrated. So again, a couple of times, I stopped inside and stuff to say it was already in some sort of nine maize maize the whole day in foul on his droid around. And then I was lost than I wasn't lost now in this maze, in aware going, he and I was making turns and a sit man in 'em say, okay, I'm into stop. You know, let's see do do any come up with a system. You know, you're just walking through the maze wondering bid. And then I heard two people talking day in in your kind of talking and low voices like almost whispering. End. They're like one of them was saying just hold onto the branches. In other branches. Keep moving a see the other one said hold onto branches so he could get through here. In just a little bit. I see your I g but I said, okay. Well, we could find out, you know, wasn't I said, well, I'm needing to some help to Santa like they were needing help. So I wanted to walk around the corner. One of them had, like clippers like whatever. The thing used to cut like big branches are pruning, not approving sheer. But a pruning, a big one. A two hander for Peru Ning, but not a saw, you know what I mean? An and then I watched him in and they looked like hedge was actually moving because one of them was trying to grab the hedge. So the other and I said, hey, and they, they like turned, and then they said, hey buddy, get over here. Get over here. It looks like they're almost trying to break out of the maze or so today in wouldn't in and I said, hey. And they gotta help us hold these branches. I said, what are you trying to do in? They said get through the maze. What are you trying to do? And I said a wandered in here. And they said he just wandered in here and I sit and they said, this is the endless maze of akin. Remember, had a lot of a lot of verbosity or whatever you descriptive words of my something mindless, endless. Of eternity in. Wandered in here in the said, yeah, he said, you didn't come here on some quest in nice said may individual. A c can you be a city indirectly I guess, I mean, I'm on a quest or trying to figure something out. Yes, in they said, most you come in here, looking for something in, I said, well, okay, said you both are looking for something looked at each other laughed. But they also this look in the right, Dan. In. They sit wool like your this maze is. And they said, spray tough Mace with all those words, you said endless, and, and they said, yeah. In a simple. We figured it out. We found the we these, these clippers or maybe they said, one of I can't remember Diane because, like it was a lot to take in, you know, you can't take in everything. In said we figured it out, if we could quit, we'll just cut through Ishrat through a may may. Ended in. They said, well, what if you don't go to the center, then they said, well, we'll just keep making a grid, search pattern cutting through the hedges till we find the center of the maze. And they said we got we got a piece of paper and a pencil to. And I sit. Okay. Okay. So they said, we just need you to hold the hedges. Keep trying to move out of the way they don't wanna be cut. And they said, why way said that, that makes sense to you? In a which it to center, the maze, in, then they can of harassed today in they said, how are you here looking at you don't even know what you're looking for? And I said, how do you expect me to help you when you're taking that tone with me? And they said, we'll split the prize with you at the center of the maze. We'll we'll tell you what it is. Even if you will help us he, and I said, well, you tell me what is, and then I said, if I said, I'll think about helping you and they said, we're all looking for the same thing everybody here. So it can Ford. Right. And I said, what do you mean? And they said, AK the one guy was the clipper said I could see it on your face you you're looking to return. To visit or you miss him, buddy or something? In other guy said you wanna get back soda we in. That's what's at the center, the maze in I said to earth in, they sit. Yeah. This is the by impossible maze of N, O, emboss amaze of never ending madness, that has sort it was called, and they said at the center of it's a portal to earth in, you could keep it or take a wish you. It's a portable board. I liked that sound today in and we could share like you could go through and go where you wanna go. And y you know what they said, we'll figure to an I said, I've seen TV shows where you can't share something like that thirty three thirty three thirty three and the one guy with the clippers he or not other guy was dependent pencil. He said, I'm going back. I don't need to hold the portal and other guy day in this is total projection, but I had a feeling he was going back to lake. I mean you gold's not worth anything, but I said you go back and take all the gold from all the historical places or something. And he said, none, I wanna go back in, you know, see my cat and Pettit in and, and then maybe go do some other stuff than I forgot to do when I was there. Like hang glide and stuff. And I said, okay. And I said, let me think about this for a second guys. Come on, man. Like we need your help to hold these ages. They keep moving. In said, why can't help you said you to keep argue we're being disagreeable so I can hear you. But I'm just gonna step over here. And think about this. You know, I have like, and they please yourself man police, please, please in I give me a moment. And then one of the give moment, he course, he wants to get the he uses soft cell, which was kind of a fact of he said, he wants back, just like us. And then the other guy thought I saw him wink. He said, yeah, we'll even let you hold the portal. You could be possession of it, and take physician of, you know, with two of them wanna be day, you know. So then I stepped away, I said, gee, decay. Let me how let me think, and this one, and they said, who what where when why that's another Jean de que strategy is said, who who the heck are these guys? I don't know what do they want to is there seems like a break in the rules, and they want help rake. There wasn't any clear rules, but it seems like the hedge doesn't want to be cut. So maybe the breaking rules may be nam. Okay, where am I in a maze in the big firm in the sky? Okay. Why will why like, why, why do they want my help so they can get to the center mazing get the portal? Or me, they would blame me Diana shirt, I said, well, maybe they would do that. And they say, well, he was to cut it. Were maybe they would just now let me share the portal. Maybe they're being honest, why they wanna get to the center amaze really bad. And then I said, who I said, who am I send a big farm in the sky PI, right? In a. You know, part of me was like you're not you're gonna find. You'll never get out of this maze, is fish as. That I said, no, I should start a walking in in, then I started trying to say Simon, let's go to lake we'll find our way, however long it takes. He said, actually we have a lot of time. I mean I tried not to think about the fact that maybe it was going to go by too fast in, you know, you give trying keep trying to talk to myself, and I said, you're the big firm in the sky PI, the no saying, let's crack, this case it kept here, Nitin Antonio Bonne, dares voice. So when I was saying, it's. And then I started to of try to keep track of when I was turning right. And left and Drennan notice more about the maze in then suddenly Diana said, okay, we have pay attention, Simon stay in the moment were you seeing. In. Also at some point, I heard them those two sounded like they were irritated with me. Provincially couldn't hear them anymore. And then you know what? I said, a surge the see day in a kid is coming down to a t where you could go left to right. This is the first thing I saw in, maybe it was my magic nation. I don't know day in. Because it was a hedge Inada topiary, but I saw what look like through the shadows in the moonlight in the shape of the hedge. What looked a little bit like a cow to the right side of the hedge. I was facing at the t intersection. So I went, right? I said, I'm the big firmness guy PI. I remember case with a cow. In the case of missing Mussa. Thank in then, again, I saw just to right to it in the next intersection, what will like a dog in, in the moonlight coming through in the dog jumping towards the moon. And then the next one now this what you say Simon is possible, but, you know, this was just what I saw on the left at 'cause I could see a black turtleneck at Steve jabs painting, a painting, Diane. In a headed to the, the left is, again on the right. And the next one, I saw shining cra- and it kept saying, I'm big farm in the sky PI in those crown shining and went to the right. And then the next one was sixty. He's birds eating Bram Brocha was out of a bowl like a and it went to the left in, then it was a music box and the left, I think, and it went laughter. And then it was like this notebook saying, bad words, I can't remember I turned whichever way that was, then the Gaddis cow Callie is there was like a dog peeing in the snow that was definitely on the right that one invi. I think the last one day and they turned in. There was the center of the maze or well, a big clearing in moon's shining down in this platform. In, in the center of the platforms shimmering portal. Dan shimmering in shining. Waiting for me. Reflective and translucent somehow and then I step towards it go up the steps in the portals like a big mirror in could see through it in what I see is gene, decays room night, in Florida. But in, you know where the at their house, you know, they weren't in it probably, hopefully ideally, they weren't in college are Eddie or beyond. They were just Frank flying from Florida home. And. They also know they went to go to a couple of team parks and rights roller coasters would I could also see, like you said it was a translucent an reflective. So he could see my reflection, but behind me wasn't amazed. I in. I mean I could see myself, but behind me was my room at my house, in the big farm, that was converted into a museum. But. It was actually my living room where I'd normally check in with Jeanne de que. In certainly all made sense day in. I mean, I think it makes sense to you, which just in case I'm wrong. I was like we sick and I'm the big farm in the sky PI in. I get hope from Jean de que my job isn't I'm supposed to be here. Right. Not supposed to be in Florida. I mean I'm supposed to be there for GED K when they need my help, but, you know, they, they're some of this charred, except his an adult but they don't need me as much as I you know, I need help. Sometimes they need my help. Sometimes. Yeah, but maybe it's if this isn't a portal. It's like a FaceTime, plus or something day. And this is this is like my, it just like I said, we second Simon. That's how it all started you go to their room and get some help. They see what your need out with. And they can help you give it to them. And wondered what spoils name was Diane, hardy, Har, Har you know, you know, we don't need kit. Each other. But, you know, you knew all that in a coup, Airlie in, you know what it all meant like I'm supposed to be the big pharma cracking case is in g indicators was to be in their world being kids, but we're still supposed to be connected just nad. I mean it's a new stage of existence, but I thought about those people to lost hills thought about, you know, it's not presumptuous for me to say I'm supposed to be here, people need if the whole reason I was cracking cases because people need cases, correct. You know, if they're looking for help, I should be giving them a help and karmic credits be darned. That's my job here. Big farm in the sky Pia. End GED K or you know, around their own journey it, but I can be there for them, and they can be there for me. Maybe I never had me. I don't know if I ever had total freedom to just go to earth did for a little while. And maybe it's a fluid thing. I don't know because no government just talking right now. But I reached up in, I grabbed a portal and beat you, you know, it became cannabis smelting it could slip it in my pocket. I could pull it out. Maybe no, I'm still on my way back to my room. Now my, my place. And then I got to say this isn't a museum anymore. I'm living here. There was one other thing day in rape before I reached to have for the portal. My foot touch something. And it was a comic book in a look down on the cover the comic book, it said the phantom minnow or the adventures of phantom, in oh, in a hand who like it was now it was beautifully drawn. It was avidly drawn by tweens in innocent stories by GD Cain. Simon. In a tell they drew it for me. And I don't know how it got there in a picked it up and filtered in my hand, and I, you know, I cried Diana, tears streamed down my cheeks. Like maybe they had drawn and kept it in Florida and maybe don't know the portal. Brought it to me, or just showed it to me when I don't know. Maybe they self published it to me. I but, but then I opened in all the pages who are empty. You know, Diane waiting to be filled clearly. I said to myself. Okay. Sameness this could still be your hobby. These pages are waiting to be filled. You're the big farm in the sky PI. You're not define a minnow. But I guess, you know, they said you don't give up an extreme either is that we saying, Diane G decay, nice at Simon. That's what you're seeing yourself. End. Eventually hold on. 'cause okay. Imam so Mulu hold onto and second day. And he started when on such tangent there who that I got to still get everybody. I'll be right back. Okay. Dan, it's me so that you, so I did get my police bag, and it's no longer museum. It's a historic sites. I game bikini changes. But here I am in the portal works, a new date with commander in, but what, you know, you like to know what's going at like to let your great listener day and it just like Jean de que in new with been in touch with hymns or back at home. Baggage schools. Things are smoothed out with their grades in their project is gone accolades is getting submitted for national award. And I told them we thought we filled each out, they went on like a seventeen roller coasters in Rhode I- in. Wow. Those two, they said the proud me day in and I'm proud of them. And so I'm back in big farm in the sky PI with gene decay in your help, and they're backed being kids in when they need Simon ABI to help them die in is, so I'm the big farm in Skype e high it. I'm gonna take a little time off now. But, you know, Diane, we'll talk soon. 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Ep : 218 Law of attraction | The secret book summary

Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

08:51 min | Last month

Ep : 218 Law of attraction | The secret book summary

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Special Announcement: Student Contest

Civics 101

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Special Announcement: Student Contest

"Can I cannot believe it's been a year? But it is come time again for our annual student contest last year, our winner Ombu que- made an amazing radio drama about the arguments about representation at the constitutional convention this year, if you're a high school student we are looking for you to make a short that's under fifteen minutes. Audio piece about a civics thing that you want to tell the world about like what kind of thing and object a piece of legislation in artifact, a thing that tells us what it means be a US citizen, a thing that represents civic participation for you. You could make an episode about federalist thirty two or the twenty fifth amendment. How do they reflect citizenship? Maybe wanna make an episode about a letter from Eleanor Roosevelt or interview, your mother about a picture of her from a protest or your grandmother about her vote for Reagan pin could be. A lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina. Could be Mary Beth tinkers armband political cartoon in today's paper, and it can be an any audio format that you want faster? We got mock Colin shows songs radio plays interviews, and basic explainers. We've got lots of tips websites for free sound effects and music, our favorite free editing software, all at our website civics one. A one podcast dot org slash contest. Make this NPR three in Heff teacher, Email it to me Nick at civics one podcast dot org. Also drop me a line with any questions you might have whatsoever. But remember it's easier to make something than you think. If you have access to a smartphone. That's kind of all you need. So good luck. Good luck.

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The Rack Extra Reviews: WWE Greatest Rivalries

The Rack Radio Show

06:09 min | 1 year ago

The Rack Extra Reviews: WWE Greatest Rivalries

"The. Welcome to the wreck extra views here while talk radio dot com. He's rock, I'm Lizzy. And we're back and we're little late on this one. Sorry have to blame the mail, but we are gonna talk all about de que Publishing's new book greatest rivalries by the fantastic, Jake black, and he's outdone himself him and the team have to give credit to the team. They outdid themselves on this book. This is an amazing book. I love it so much. Yes. Really cool book. It's the grass rival reason WB history, and it's broken up in three different sections. You've got you old school with classics. You got the attitude era and then yet moderate, and you get all the different feuds and towards I lo- factoid. It's and the factoid every every little feud every few they have in. Here has a factoid has on the big matches has the facto it's did, you know, and like it's little things like everyone can tell you the basics when you have the little factoid. Little nuggets of information. That's that's the real stuff that you can't find anywhere else. This book had all and you get every few from different people like you get teased in undertaker yet. Triple h Batista edge and Matt hardy undertaker edge and undertaker whites and shield, by the way, by the way. I don't know if anybody's going to hear this a de que publishing, but if anybody would like to you know, like shooting that picture of the white family that's in the put book on the down low. I would be very much appreciative that thank you very much 'cause it's an awesome picture, and I've never seen it before. And I want it so much. I really don't wanna have to old school this and scanned the book. I'm just saying, but I will do that you get some future. No one ever talks milling pill mingled, thus that's in here. Which is which is cool. And if sectioned where you talk about just certain people like, Chris, Jericho futures, Brock listener futures. Like, it has every little thing that a person would want to know which. I really like the the book self very colorful, very colorful, like I mentioned the picture of the way failing. But that's not all all the pictures in here. They're really well done the really row reference. I like how they did the layout of the pages where it's like you have all the factoid in all the coats and everything but in the center, you have the actual two rivals facing each other. And they're either clips from TV or their stock pictures or whatever, but they have the two people facing each other in the rivalry, you know, setup which is really nicely done. And it's very consistent across the whole thing. I also have to love bless the man that the undertaker is in all three sections of this book will his career spans three decades three sections this book. But I just love that. Because it's like I opened it up when I first got it to undertaker mankind. And I was like, oh, yeah. That's in here. And then it's like flipping through it and just looking everything. Oh, hey, look, I remember that few number that you'd Asia's really kind of just funny to see that. Because you don't think about his career like that? But it's it's like God yet he has been there a while. And that's okay because we all love him. Crazy face. You. Also, see many hairstyles undertaker's. Yes. Yes. You do. You do see his many hairstyles. But yeah, I mean, you mentioned going back to the other feuds. It's just it's it's interesting to see what you remember what you would get because it's like you kind of flip through it. And you're looking through it and you come across one. And you're like, oh, yeah. That did happen or for me because I wasn't necessarily watching the attitude era. I liked it. It's like to go back and see some of the history on the stuff in what makes the feud. The feud is really cool for me. 'cause I love to read history. Like that in actually get get it in a kind of almost condensed form like this, which is nice. It's really nice for is very easy to read is a great coffee table book. There's that it highlights men highlands to women highlights WWE versus EC WW them Iverson's W, w it shows everything that you need to know proud book. And it's the book, it is it really is if you're into that kind of thing you wanna coffee table book. If you want a good read if you wanna brush up on your history. This is your book. Right. It's not heavy light reading pick 'em feud. There's a whole nice Taylor contents. You skip to the to the future. One annot, boom. He learned everything talk about big show Johnson. You get the top five matches. It's facts yet, everything everything you need to know in one book. And plus it's just pretty I mean, my God just from you know, the inside from the way that they laid out pages to the to the front cover. I'm holding it up right now. You can't see there's Vanna white him oceans going on here, but they did this really slick Matt finish cover. And then you know, they pop the title with a little with a little gloss. Just you know troll something something gotta make it stand out. And I. Appreciate that whole heartily. It's it's a very very nice while fought outlook, you should have totally by it. Ville now bookstores everywhere Amazon Barnes and noble WB shop go out get this book today the greatest robberies from TK publishing available now. But I think that does it for us. What do you think I would agree with that? Make sure your files on social media's wreckage on Facebook Twitter, Instagram at while talk radio facebooKcom such while talk radio network. Make sure you listen to the wreck every night ten pm eastern twitch that TV that we live while talk mater dot com. Henrik radio show dot com. On this. The social media's atlas toward Elliot's debris civil rock. I'm Lindsay ward. 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764 - Case of the Hickory Hangout | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2 E8

Sleep With Me

1:13:43 hr | 1 year ago

764 - Case of the Hickory Hangout | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2 E8

"PR ex. Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls in friends beyond the by nary. It's time for the podcast surf a hat a pop up shop. It would be you know, it'd be like about up lake shade. So you could sleep it'd be a safe Pap it up. It's curtains be a pop-up safe place that you could take nap in. But I found it's ways to do the, you know, it's more effective to offers. What am I talking about golf so far off topic? Well, it's time for sleep with me Bod casts. It puts you to sleep. If your regular really fake police Chevy attention for the next few minutes. And then when your hand it's fridge tomorrow, go to sleep on gas dot com slash sponsors. Because this is the ways we keep this show come into for choice a week is thanks a it was wondering can ask you a question. Do you? Listen to sleep with me like an regular basis like three or four times a week in his do you use the show to keep you company or to help you fall asleep? Oh will love it. 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I don't think it was the accidental punished. It was something else. And I don't know if I h I don't know if I wrote it down I said in the night said probably not scoots you didn't write accidental tourist so nice to right moving in. Okay. So so if you're thinking about stuff, you're feeling Mosisili can could be emotions coming up related to your thoughts or just in general, you know, we just have feelings or physical sensations. The could you know, any of those things anything else that could be affecting your sleep in the present past or future? Whatever they said like to take your mind off of it and women a do is going to be here for over an hour. And if you need me back. Toback episodes all night long to send my voice across the deep. Dirk night. A mini us alot ING, soothing creaky. Dulcet tones pointless me enders. I think you just go to two or three pointless meanders really early in the show. So if you're new you're you were in for your depending on your definition of a treat, which would probably be a wide definition in this case. Except, you know, some countries they say, it's a treat. You know? Like, it means different things though. No, maybe my translation Brington means kind of the same thing. Okay. Well, it works a treat. That's what some people say. In the UK about this bad cast, my brain may critical brains disagree. Who's even though to fact. Okay. But I understand that I went off topic or okay? What was I saying? Semi voice crusty pointless. Meanders of those weird. I said pointless meander than a win on a pointless me ender. Superfluous tangents whole lot of other stuff would've been a really do is keep you company is you drift off in asleep. Take your mind off of stuff in as you drift into the arms morpheus. Maybe sometimes also use two words in, you know, more than one the same Tech's more than one time were slightly different contexts if you're new glad you're here. Couple of things to get you this fad gas a little bit different AURELIA bit different. Even than other sleep. It was solutions because this is more of lake afr- friendly banter, where I'm here to keep you company and take your mind. If stuff I get covered that so structurally what to expect show starts off with a few minutes of business. Thanks for listening to that keeps us show free. Then there's intro which were in intro Kennett doesn't make a lot of sense in. It's hard to make sense of. But for a lot of listeners. It's a wind down for small percentage listeners. They skip it in then for small percentage listers, they fall asleep during it and then another essential. There's listen during the day. To to calm down. But the intros of lake about twelve minutes of me against rambling just like AM now. Like, we're trying to I think this is a bleak. Who like 'em also accidentally oblique they'd say wh wh what are the opening lines of accidental punished scoots? Something something accidentally oblique. A I don't have those are two of the opening words have been not the most opening words part of the opening sentence. Because when I try when I'm doing the intro. Try to explain what the podcast is right of front like AM now. But then I just naturally go off topic in that puts people sleep or helps you wind down. So the intros has show. It's a part of the podcast has it's intro. Just a long meandering. Would it is full of it's chock full Kant. It's shock full meanders. It's the accidental meandrous. That's that's would be my by one of my many autobiographies. Maybe somebody else could you're right. We one of the magic beings with a membrane who could get to work and actually do something hint. Intent no you you're just okay now, you're pulling walled. Learn stats stabbed or for whatever. Their names are Stadler and water f-. Would if wore hung out with statler and Waldorf those are the critics and muppet show. Aching. He could go either way like Warf could sit with them and get along and be laughing or could be you know, they could, you know, meet the wrong side of Kling. And that's also that was actually like a it was a Tingler. I rode wrong side of the wrong side of a Klingon. Okay. Noth- of me show. That's the intro this show. I guess it was saying then there'll be a little business. She in the intro in the story than tonight will be our episode cly majuor series, the big farm in the PI big farm in the PI big farm in the sky PI season to the fan of minot season is in we have some thank yous and good nights at the end, if you ever want to skip the ads in the ankles and stuff you just become a five down patron. So that's the structure show. A if if then couple rules around the shove, including that new rule that we just came up with. But the for you don't need to listen to spat cash, you can just kinda barely pay attention or you can listen there's a lot of people that listen. I mean like like, collectively, percentage wise. Yeah. Most people fall asleep. But I'm here to the end to keep you company because there is no pressure fall asleep. I'm here. You could run episode episode. If you can't sleep I'll be here to really to barely entertain you the to be here. You know, I got a whole story coming up. About a pop up shops in a retirement community who boy talk about action it. It'll be kind of. We'll be action packed like I said whatever other joke I made about chock-full meander packed. That'll be like a commitment. If I become if we ever like if form like a group. You'll have to sign the meander packed. You'll have joined scoots his scoots his Kula where everybody goes out and tells bedtime stories and helps one another treats people's dignity, and respect and kindness head to Santa meander pack with me, Andrew pack. Well, let me tell you about it actually have seats first off before we get to the Andrew pack. Did you know the Slough investigators no pressure to fall asleep in Oprah show lists and he's there round an hour. Let's all you're gonna tell me about to enter back. Oh, yeah. Also, another thing. I was thinking of was Scrooges famous rule that he came up with and twenty odd twenty oh nineteen. The that no rooms in bed. Of course, scoots always was some of that mixed up. Are you any asses in are you I n s as in even when he said it always kinda ran together. But we all knew what he meant kind of. You know, the you shouldn't, you know, keep take that receivers at stone. But in the frigging other room like we don't need it in the bedroom. You know, no Rune covered circa forget or tablets, or even you know, you say we who gave you ruined. Well, my dear this is a this pillow is ruined covered ever ruined based Bill O case. Okay. Sorry. I don't want any runes in my bedroom. Period. Pillowcase even betting base runes or based bedding. It hasn't been deciphered. I'll be thinking about, you know, just keep the runes in other. You know, why don't you keep it in that room? We use for all that stuff. The solarium noted its room for the plants the observatory no that's room for telescopes. It's the other one at lake that has those in there. Oh, the room was oh, the all the other stuff in there. Right. Although the room is route Rune out ruin RAM. Oh, I thought there was a room were scre the room were scoots pretend he was a any of the famous Rooney's. Will to which that's why it's called the Rune REM. It's runes in room route, you know. Yeah. That's the same room. Okay. I'll take all my ruins out and put them in there. Okay. Great. And then you can come back to bed too after that. But in get 'em. Sorry. I don't have a lot of rules here. You know? No whis Ning needed. No need bay tension. No pressure fall asleep in key, keeping runes and other things like we said, just compass or the heck you had when you're in middle school, even protracted. Sorry. I don't know what a protracted and a compass f to do with runes enorm- just on the middle of tangent. Because they signed the meander packed. I was just trying. Oh, sorry. He's just trying to tell you what Amanda pack was are you sure me enter Packer in the middle of that meander. Did you forget what it was? I gotta go scoots turn it back over. Thanks, those great meander by the classic. Also. You're right. No runes in bed, and I can hear the few people in the world to have room based professions. And it's it's bedtime. You know time to take a break Phut AC. We'll know I'm amateur ruinous. And it's okay, I'll make an exception for you. If you come observe you doing your amateur ruining in or you writing rooms, are you reading runes? Someone just in. My brain is an they sit him sculpting runes. And I'd say, that's awesome. But, you know, do sculpting as part of your wind down rich probably shouldn't be sculpting in bed. Well, okay, now under you know, I'm not one to your right? You may be able to sculpt in bed. Maybe just scoped in your room. You really skelped Rune say, I think if it was a hip hopper. I would work that into one of my, you know, I sculpt rhymes like sculpt runes in. I really do. And when I do, you know, the to something something swooned when I'm sculpting runes as for my those ABI side, sculpting runes who has called. In an apprenticeship put ruins. Is part of my, you know, who's one of my ones for when I was doing like like, you know, free, south stuff. Also, those all Madge Inari anyway, get back to here. So if you're knew who this is pretty good intro because this is what the rest of the show's gonna be like just more story based. Cheering on thousands of the Anders that really should friendly show to take your mind off his stuff into keep you company either while you fall asleep while you're in bed. You know, if you can't sleep I'm your boyfriend, I'm your bay, you're bored because I'm your board. Sib your bore Basti? If I could apply to be that if we're in San Diego region. You're bre I'm here to help this amazing because I've been there now if you're listening give it a few tries I mean, there's a lot of people since badge gas and almost all of them say a took two or three tries before it worked for me or before. I realized there's no figuring this thing out. Because when he sculpt ruins it more looks like someone just made a oblong, clay, clay Santa ball. But so that's what his runes look like he's run ruined runes for me. It was an amateur ruinous. It's all I heard a Stange and spout. Runes? And it was ruined. I do delight in words abide way. Sorry now runes, but who words I do is any restaurants based of liberal rose restaurant NIA right won't work. It's it's easy. One restaurant Rune would want. They're ill say this last place say. What makes me laugh? I don't know. So glad you're here hoping pick that up in the tone of my voice. I'd really like to help if the Pat Cash you gave it your retry s- in it doesn't work for you. Or you're listening right now. And you're like, you're using other words about Rune or ruin about me. This okay is effort, everybody checkout sleeping me. Pat, gas dot com slash thank you for some other options. But I really do hope a spat gas helps they can take some seriousness at a bad time. Bring some levity. Oh. Oh, some part of my brain. Just sit him sculpting of levity based Rune and terrific. Put in the room are him. And so I'm glad you're here, really work hard. I strive in your into help you fall asleep into thanks so much for coming by. Here's a couple of ways we keep the show a going. He before we get assure here. It's just wondering like if you if you're one of those listeners safe, you're still with me here in you listened to more than what to sleep with me every single night like use two three or four you let it run all night. It just ask if you consider becoming a patron cassettes. Support really helps me keep the shows free for everybody in the ability for for people to download multiple multiple episodes every single night. But you also might find not only will you feel good about this value for value. Like, oh, you know, I'm paying for a free podcast. So it will be free. You also will probably see if you're listened to a lot of episodes every single night patriots. Just a little bit better experience for all night listeners because there's no ads. There's no jingles in. 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Welcome to big firm in the sky PIM scoots that part of the story, but three characters that are are Simon decay in g same in is in Onkelinx g in kind of was decay. Indirectly and Simon is a poster Asli resident Simon was earthly resin. But Simon was once earthbound a human just like us m presuming if any non earth, you know, she well, I'm from actually Pluto Pluto's Z. And it's a hold on is that a is there another solar system where people actually respect to Pluto enough. Could we called pseudo great idea just renamed a planet of new podcast fans, though, poodle, the podcast planet to sounds pretty good too. Okay. But so were was also Simon once lived on earth as human than Simon's life transition to the big farm life in some you may have had pets rec- where did Santa go. Well, sandy me, you know, now lives in the big farm in the sky. Sometimes parents just say what would draw sandy off at farm. Sandy's like Lassie in that he assu. So we dropped sandy off sandy lives at the farm now. And then she got old I said, well is really the big farm in the CI so Simon lives there. And again, I don't know how you qualify for what? Poster Asli lives, they get not knowing fill in. And I just know that Simon transition from earth to the big farm. The big farm seems to be not all good or all bad like heaven or hack lit also not all neutral like those limbo in all those things. So not like lost either. I mean, not that there's this Anak on it or anything. It just seems to be like another realm of existence. Actually, I mean, there's a lot of perks including for Simon. Now, not all posters. Residents can tram tran- travel or transfers between earth and the big far most assist. Big farm. You know, they say cash your check to the big farm. Now, you live in the big farm can't send letters back. Can't you know, you can't go back? But you know, as those of us that live in earthly realms know, people talk about big farm visitors in for certain miniscule mathematical percentage of big farm residents. They can come back to earth. In some can even interact and appear in lake Simon can full appearance full discussion full interaction. We call. You know, see ASPCA are in Blake. I think it'd make sense, right? So Simon is in the big farm. Let's say there's four billion posters residents in the big big farm out of those four billion. Maybe there's like forty two beings our poster Asli being Sekine transition b-actor probably more than that. But just for the sake of mathematical officiency suicidally low percentage, I don't know what it is. Maybe like it's like forty two in four billion or whatever. Whatever number. I said so salmon, it's pretty rare. That's otherwise say why CC I see posters. The residents all the time. Mostly say a heard a think now Jean de que they are earth residents there trains their best friends. They know interacting love on consignment and season one they were helping Simon south cases in the big farm in the sky. Simon was the big firm in the sky PI in season to Jean de que. They took a sabbatical from school a working sabbatical self directed education. I think is what they call it in. They told their school. We're going to go live with decays. Amp penny in the towns, which is the largest retirement community in the US in. We're gonna start our own PI business or issue. No problem solving business in Reno. Will learn by doing in this school was forward thinking enough. They said, okay, we'll still count your thin. So he could qualify. And they said, oh, no problem. Log are tenants. And they said fine. Then whatever you do like as long as you take these tests at the end of the year to you could do it in. So he said job done a bureaucracy. See navigated in the headed off to Florida to live with pennies and penny in since then were like a case is in. I think the happen in any particular order. If they've been here in the in the towns with Simon cracking cases. In then frying them up or whatever, you know, it gives you like. You know, putting them back together. Whatever you do after you crack the case. So that's the season is to tweens just just like the other great kid. Detectives really gene decay in since. I I don't know if I've ever read any most of my kid detectives that I read were under tween age. Should they were single digit age kids, maybe somewhere ten or eleven, but I don't consider that tween. I guess maybe it is though. So sorry, encyclopedia Brown, honestly. And no idea. How old you are? Because you, you know, you're Brill. You know, big Nate's, your, you know, edgy peg you at nine, oh, probably both of you. So like, I don't know Nancy drew in the hardy boys were they tweens at now. I mean, it's honest question. I don't know the answer to that. Also, never read any in any of those books. So looked at the covers before. Okay. Where were we introducing show? So basically yet there that's it. I guess I'm glad you're here. Also, we have a Hollywood Abid wonderful and beautiful actor to introduce the episode Mr. Antonio bond Darris, as my friend is ladies Uson was supposed to be beyond the binary east time to crack this case before the sky PI. Thanks Antonio again. Like if you went to lie down, they know we haven't done in a little while. But you know, what this new setup my bed is right there, you my friend. I'm beginning to enjoy sink to kissed sleep. Yeah. I can see why both works and people takes two or three tries because he's different. Yeah. You were getting some love on read it. I don't think it checked in there. But people were oh, my friend. Thank you. So anyway, I say Tony bond Deras he's gonna take a nap and bid close by to me in just lie there and sleep like silently, of course, not moving to moving in creaky elbows were rustling blankets at all on non scandal. And then we'll play munchkin later. Right. Yes. This big firm and Skype PI. Thanks, everybody. Hey, diane. It's may Simon here, and we get into Wiegert, Diana. Oh boy. Do we have a guest? This is a case, it's a mystery, Diane. But it's a job. It's just so it's a paid mystery investigation. You know, we we did dry. We we did drive in a gold card, and they called it the mystery machine, gene k. But this is like you, Diane. If you ever heard of a couple of things we'll have to get some vocabulary. There's party crashers, right? Who are people had show up parties without being invited? We're not cra- our cases not crashing parties. But we're here. I know for a party predict or party finder Diane, so maybe it'll take some other explaining now, there's a sink called pop ups that came that popped up this term in the last ten years. Maybe twelve years in pop-ups. Now, there's there's pop up tents originally. This is not that. In. I think is become a mature thing. It's no longer the case of what it once was. But rigidly, I believe in in this case here. A pop up is a temporary thing. Like, a regionally it'd be pop up restaurant or a pop up shop, a think. Now there used a little bit more fry DEA testing where back when they first were it was more of experiment testing or just having fun. And then seems to be the case in this case where in in the in the middle of the case, you know, working gene decay, also listening to me and say recaptured, but so you would have like let's say you needed camps and other things or you had a knitting collective in especially if you live in a city, and it works best to you say oh building spin fake in for a while. Let me see who owns. It's a release is it. Let me see especially over the holidays may be oh, it's still vacant to let me see if I could lease that for four weekends leading up to the holidays. And we could pop up there in make it sell our wares. And, you know, pay the people that own the building, or at least the building would have a little bit of income, but you would negotiate something reasonable because you're not a long term tenants in. You know, the building is vacant in then you don't have to do. Now, the newer ones, they're really well designed and stuff, but you know, you could do DIY. So there's a top Shafei have realized GMT caves who sometimes watch that with them there. They do that with restaurant wer S's. Those are pop up restaurants, and there'll be another thing or Papa bakery. Like, our friends Zack in back, a kind of in some sense. So a temporary police in a temporary location. It's become more hyped in that I and I don't know what post post modern pop up will be. But if intially, you know after something star ten twelve years to be makes its way to the towns as in becomes a thing. In there has been some pop ups here, but not is not as ubiquitous is is in greater urban areas. Especially the cities, you know, but this one party, Diane. It's a Papa party. And very similar to pop up shops. Oh, a also note right to that Depa shops have been here having really worked. So people did try around the holidays in some other things. You know, other there's a famous one for for the act Tober thirty. I I don't know face. Exactly pop up shop, but it similar just pops pops up at does pop up. I guess for the townspeople really would prefer something to have more experience with the half a longer term relationship with the have history. So they wouldn't they say, well, where do I return this? You know, that was a thing. Or would if this sushi's like, I it was a diversion experience is far as purchasing. Items or eating at restaurants, like the the history and the trust. But this this one's a party. It's different. It's party in. That's where we're pursuing Papa party. Diane Jean de que trying to give me they get to a point. Okay. What was our point? Oh, okay. Yeah. In this helps them break the case. Really? So there's a party that pops up every once in a while about once a month. Someplace in the towns, usually of agent location in were original location, though has been you know, some places that usually like if someone rents it out for a party. Normally, it won't be there unless there's something nine normal going at and so like a bowling alley people rent that out for birthday parties all the time. They wouldn't have the party there unless a bowling alley head closed down. They did do that. But it was so. In. I think it was going to be closed down permanently. So then they had to bowl where everyone or like, I don't know. I do all the details. Party themes. The hand win a water tower. Again, like there's a lot of clubhouse this year that you could have party Sant or pool pool party or poolside parties or tennis parties, the Papa party isn't at any of those. But yeah, like if restaurants close to very soon pop shadow pop up in a real original location in I think, that's one part of the appeal. Ruse roof garden say gar oh gardens because those a little bit more anyway danger. I think you get the idea to here's a couple of other things you might be wondering about these parties are free that answers that question in there in very high demand. People do like the food at the party's. We've heard ING into parties are hard to get into their not their exclusive. But in an interesting way, so it's a regular party just over that day. And it pops up somewhere has food has drinks has music sometimes theme, sometimes sometimes it won't. The only rule is positive attitude like is. So they don't like party poopers are people that have partied too much. So, but there's three levels of attendance at these parties, which is where it's free in its exclusive. But not excluding totally in this is where the secretiveness of it comes into. And so there's the people who play in the party, which we could only assume are at the party, but will dig into then there's members who have been invited to the party. Which is a second way layer. So there's the party Flanders or the club. That's planning the party. We suspect. Is in. There is invited guests in apparently you can only get invited once a year. Because who everything we've been able to look into in? They get a C if you get invited you to save the dates as this is the dates as this is the time it usually is like a general time. And then the day of the party, they find out the location, most of the time, they get picked up a everything is based on if you're going to be by being at Bharti you have to have ride again. And again, you go so goes into exclusivity. So if you like you're getting a ride if you're invited cast, but no one knows who invited you in. But people get the party. They know people say, oh, you play me. And then they say, no Lakers. So usually everybody pretends there invited guests e so no one knows who plan the party either in his role playing going on here. Diane that we can't deny which is like everybody's having fun with this. So it is. And there's no stakes in some senses. So hard to tell who's telling the truth of being invited guests being party planner and the very tight lipped because no one wants to lose their party privilege. Wjr ish wish to become the third level of guests today in. Let me just go over my notes. They don't know who invited them they get they get in the have the invitation to get to ride into get into the party. But there's also on a list if it dinners also so they find out where the party is ripe before even other getting a ride a faint at the location right before in that your triggers third level of uninvited to casts, which can all anyone can get into the Sparta. You just you have to wait in line. And. And those are day of guests is so when people get to invite their quickly telling their friends and calling people, oh, this is where the party is in so people quickly lying up, and you have to wait in line. There are now these are hired in police like watching the line. So they have rules around wine that go along with the rule so party be kind. Shooter is unfortunately, like a no saving spats now someone's parking car or is going to have a wristband that says that they're they're in charge of getting everybody else home. Those only ways your lead to get up in line to join someone injured in the people wanting to get led into the party in groups in let out of the party in groups, which just enough time to enjoy themselves. So small groups are late in. And they go in and enjoy the party is in, you know, they have like identifier like a wristband or like, a knack Liz or lay or certain hat or certain smack you it depending on the theme of the party. So they have to leave get in. And you you you, but then you have to go, and then the party either is set to run a certain amount of time or rose until the food runs out, which I think normally it always goes to the food runs out. So that's one of the hard parts is NAT everybody in line always gets in. Which can be a source of frustration. But people are usually like kind of having a little party in line. So people have a positive thing. But you feel like, oh, no I didn't get in. I didn't get in line and time. So the spies in line very sought after as well as finding out this whatever it is daisy chain of where when the party is. So it is, but it's all layers of fun. Because I if you know once the dates are out everybody's waiting that wants to go to the party. We're trying to stay connected. So it's really more of a fun thing. And of course, it sought after no one knows how to get invited. So if you get invited that's like a kind of status thing, you're also like for that party. You have kind of privileged information. So it it just like a fun thing to do fairy. Even though this is a retirement community. It's very like school age fun. I would say. But we've been hired for the first time in this make sense for a client, either get them invitation, which it say, you're you've got a better chance of getting a golden ticket into willy Wonka splice. Or getting a little bit of ain't Vance information for when the next party saw are. And again, a secret we are hired in fund sense. 'cause he said, okay, we'll try. I should house 'Sound, gene decay. Okay. So where are we start with? So we're just cracking the case here. Okay. G go ahead decay. Who what where when why? And then do interviews. Okay. So. Okay. Okay. So what are who questions g okay? Who has the party who gets the invite who knows in plans things who of and other people involved. Okay. Okay. What about the what? What would you get? Okay. What is the party? What is the purpose of the party? What is it just is it just a party? That's a good question. Or is this something more? Okay. I'm Lee underlying that who what wear or wherever the party's been. Are there any patterns? It's good question aware. Do they get their supplies from bri-, Costco? But who can't assume you're right? Yo Boyer you right? Okay. Those are good questions. When so looking for patterns and Gannon wear in win went to patterns of the dates are the times, we it seems like the times pretty much always the Thai. Okay. We'll cover that. Okay. You're right. I kinda wanna do seem. Okay. Why? Okay. Why other than the obvious y fund? Why not just do like invite only or lying only or just have a par party? Right. Those are good wise. Yeah. Why not just depar- private party? Okay. Let's go. Do. Let's start interviewing people. Okay. Hey, Dan were back. So we interviewed a bunch of people and we've been new we've been stretching this this case out, Dan. So, you know, we've been working out of the things too because we don't know much the interviews to not help. Again, it's like a lot of conflicting information it's hard to everybody is happy to talk about it. But it's you know, when someone's telling you mistress out of joy in fun. It's really hard to nail down if there it's confusing. Yeah. So we don't have a lot of useful information. What we don't know. Right. You're right. Thank you. Thank you, gene, decay. We don't know who runs the party. We don't know even know if it's collct NAT. We don't have a very clear emission of the party. Okay. We do know that the party has a lot. She's in cracker. So those are Lakers. Some of the primary foods are cheese and meat alternatives air. So it is open part. He in you know, like meets lot of their dietary. Things would send me more snack. If awards. We know the music in the drinks are good been nothing. Everything is good with most people. I it is like more driven by the experienced. And then the then it's top shelf or anything. And again, people are excited to be there too. Like, they do stress facet of attitude. There is this like role play going into it in resistant association or people that were disappointed because they're into spacious was expecting something different. Because most of the people here in the towns have been if they've tried to go to the party, they've probably got in at least once or they say, well, I don't do that. Like, the I like they like they said, they don't go. The it's not their thing. Okay. Where we kind of covered aware like sample airy space is unique Napalese you'd normally read all the stuff. I talked about. Oh, use trolley system. Also, they have instead of lake lift to hear they have tuber for like the town's version of that. Which is like because the the, you know, it's a private company that owns assault thing in daylight to make their markups. And everything, but you could get a tuber in golf guard or a car. So it's like a lift o- other unique thing about this tuber cisa first time, we're experiencing it. So they have the trolley system, which is part of the to the two retrial it used to just the trolley system. That's one way. It's kind of like a bus. But you privately rent him, or you know to for it. Now. But all of the tubers like a car or a golf cart to have Schapper in which makes sense here, you say, well, no, no, no like in that it gives more people to conversation. They see. Well, there's one person to drive, and then there's one person to navigate. And there's one person to make sure you don't leave anything in the car. That's the passenger in the front seat to who's like tuber also stands for two. And towns, we also have a tuber case who are working, and we we even put a map up here. And we don't see any patterns of the wear like it doesn't make clear sign where clear just seems to be vacant. You know? When so all our interviews can lead to this win. It's always wait lunch early dinnertime in in the Guinness sounds like lake trope. But it's true. And it makes sense it that allow people here in towns the choice today. The like of brunch late who breakfast early lunch, and then a the delayed launch early dinner. So I always thought that idea of the early bird was away for restaurants to get business in what's like which cracked I the early bird or you know, the Byrd or the early. A lot of people eat at that time. So I don't know if it Dr if demand drives earlier dinners or early bird dinner strive people eating between like two and five PM for you know, maybe they have a snack weight or. But that's when the party is which also make sense only Kate think it would be great to go party. And it's over by four then you could say, well, I mean, maybe even earlier then you take three o'clock go home take an app, and then you can have an evening or just go home and unwind for another hour and go to bed at six seven o'clock. So usually it starts lake to white people. Start the invites generally. People start to realize things around two PM is the hot time day. But that doesn't really help us at all. Okay. The how it's really well playing. Diane and snatch super expensive as we said. It food. Is a candidate key. You know, one of the key pieces. Don't know. Did she indicate related they have the like just like ritual pop shops is there clearly make because what are they spending money on? That's what we're trying to do with the how so the drinks, but the drinks are generally, NAT high end, the food is generally, we don't have we don't know what the food is. We just have these general and pro cheese Krystal little me, you know, these. Oh, so good, though, the spread was people would say. Okay. So also, the how getting an invite. We don't know that we just don't know we kind of winter what happens when you get the invite the why is like this is a big of paradox. It's fun. But the biggest tax is a whole wine how they is semi exclusivity. I mean, we wrote down some ideas crowd control Ford ability for the food. Those are the only re- when we tried to get down other than fun like Why's it? Limited in this way. So we're stuck unless we get one of us gets an invite this could be a long-term case. But it's no pressure case. You know, we're waiting for when the next party is. And we're just gonna work other cases, we're have another hell we have a healthy our Ken and now like we don't have to sell one case at a time. We're working other cases, we what's in it. Just gave you to an idea. What's the idea to catch a plan a party playing playing parter party planner? Thanks g plan. A party pop up to pop to catch Papa party planner plan a Papa party. Oh, wow. We could do that over long term. So dana. I guess you've get our next move. So I'll be back when I find out more. Okay. Hey, Diana's me. So little time has gone by since last checked in with you. We've been working this case, and we've been trying to learn how to have Papa party, which is kinda been fun. I mean, more for de que, and I think it's helping GMT K. Licking this self to is derived education system. So the Papa party planning business is net. Easy is a tough business to be an especially since it's not a business. So we started small with just like parties in an pennies house. It was weren't really Papa parties they were just parties in we had a couple. They had a cookie party that had a pizza part like make your own pizza party the and bring your own to serve party. And they were just I dunno Jean de que. We're just kind of watching things and kind of making note of everything that went into it. And then they this is a lot of work. You know was in and they said in lake so they said, maybe that's part of it is like this inva- generates his own interests. But again, it doesn't to what purpose other than fun. We also did what was really fun was like pop up on the golf course refreshment parties. Where we would just show up on one of the holes of the many golf courses at town has like forty five golf courses nine all kinds. And if I told you that, Dan, I don't none of us golf though. But this was fun for the most part, some people are grouches, but we would pop up on a whole gap permission Ambani took care of that. Because we said it was like they have refreshment. But anyway, we pop up with lemonade refreshments. We try to Willis king things called water ice or snow ice snow cone says what it is staying in. We gave those golfers. Then over time we moved on to pop dance party. So Ston really hit. We worked with a magician. We did a map a magic show. Papa book readings Papa book book loans. In. None of a really took off. We none of us like other than people we invited that we knew where the people said, what are you doing? Yeah. We didn't couldn't get a word of mouth thing. Then we started said, well, what about the food? Let's go back to our first saying we quickly realized that between the two two of them and penny in me, which I'm not very useful in this. Some of this stuff, the foods net sustainable, we don't have a food budgets. I think like lemonade or even the snow cones is is something we can make work, but to have these parties, even not a big party, you know, other than it's either timer money investment in so any attention guy, wasn't sustainable. You know, because he said, well, she's gone now the party's over. So we tried to go back to like drawing board, and we say, okay, food or drink is causing trouble. What else driving the parties to maybe someone that can afford to do this? Maybe they're pulling their money. I mean, Jean de que even did it a no he said, well, what if we had a food budget assume we started planning imaginary bigger parties? That's what GMT TK working on right now. I'm talking. But then since we've had time has been doing that kinda percolated. And we also it turns out you have to be an adult like you have to be a resident to go to the party. So there were two parties. But in it's just I mean, that's just the rules here. So. Jean de que couldn't go. We did get in line. I did go into the parties. But I I don't know. He didn't really like I think just kind of described it. So we have had two parties that we weren't able to predict which our clients said, well, you're learning. Okay. So then we tried to go back right now, we're gonna looking at this idea of like the Vive viral now or popular they used to call it a fad. So right now said what about lake well this like what if we have fan? What is say what if we have fad parties GMT K? Okay. What's the fat? It's the same thing. Okay. So like fans for my time. Fisher Price Little people that was a toy. Magic ape ball slinky matchbox cars, you've heard of the some of those okay? Oh, maybe moving towards your age like view master remembered that's been a movie silly putty. We Ables weeble wobble. But they don't fall down. Now. Remember that rubik's cube Beaufort of though, right? The puzzle thing. Tari or Nintendo or Sega? For her today at cabbage. Patch kids garbage pail kids Furby if you heard a Furby. No that was before you to what about you high school musical that was a fad rights in Tommy Goto, Tom Gucci was before wait Xuzhou zuzu shoes, you pets. What about that? Okay. You've heard it ants. In in that rainbow rainbow. Loom exactly could we do. Okay, diane. We'll be back. Okay. Dan or Bank? We had few fad party. End. It was a lot of work to first week to lake good thing was once they started showing Jean de que pitchers things. They realize it's part of their businesses helping people clean out garage. So we had a few test ones. But then Jean de que had these giant garbage bags full of pie, which was a thing. P O G S Diane in the nineties. I think it was a it was a game. But it was collectible cardboard disks most of his cO lake very similar to the things you put on the back your phone at this in history, Dan, which just around part in it, whatever those are called smooch, or whatever and show the pike party was a hit and actually like Graco, so the pipes we had hallways, bags pox. We have piled sorting party where if you helped you could keep a thirty pags of any kind who like go in as many people showed up at the people that should show up. They were into pox. Holy cow. In a civil could we invite more people? And then we had one guest says a second party it. This was when we built up to thirty first we said five because he said, well, you know, these Knight rider Pike's are very very sought after by pag lovers in David Hasselhoff lovers in. I said wide like I don't know with so Hillary came and Hillary was asking questions during the Spag party, and we did have lemonade, and you know, things we baked but now large scale party. Gene de case him not doing a good job of described. So it's like if round paper coined in with a picture on one side, usually logo, or you know, pattern on the other side in the pitcher can be anything from marketing a product or something famous to drawing alive license stuff so out of versions of choices. So just interesting things to look at the kids might wanna collect like Mario or something or Zeldin link. Thank you. Thank you. So or was I die. And so the Pike's. Okay. So Hillary was air in Hillary seem very enthusiastic in very interested. Ended in we like, a friend. I guess, but a really curious inquisitive friend end as we were talking to Hillary and Hillary sassy. Well, she's always you've had other fad parties. A her a Ken heard about those. Oh, so you make all the food. It's like what would you do if more people showed up, and they said, well, we probably have to give out less pie. Maybe not have any food or drink in Hillary's like fuel would show up. Ainley said, yeah. Yeah. We just can't. I mean, we figured out had some people would come if they could keep the pikes, but it's kinda like work, and it's less of a party that we did all play pie. There's a game where you flick the pikes bit like marble staying. I don't know if you know marbles is though a bit like a game where you flick the pie, and then you can win the other. I don't know. I didn't pay attention into the rules charges are decay. But so everybody played bags too. But still as fun we sit. Yeah. Like in then we g Andy cake and abroad ups the party, and like basically than Hillary started telling us his story in like the broadest of terms, but the most direct way it conceal g seems like your party's just missing one thing from being like the party you're talking about. In Hillary toll disarming story, which tra- strata get to lake. Is winning amount of time? You know, there was like there was the town's in their saiga of free samples and. Free food, and that it was always this thing fraught. In party planning was always based on. Geez. How much food could we have in that? And Hillary said there was also once upon a time the never an official who of people that loved shopping malls of the seventies and eighties people that may be their parents, their grandparents or their friends were mall walkers, which kind of took awhile to just sure I this sounds familiar to me. But they said, you know, that people that look to walk them shopping mall because it used to be the police to go, and then we would sit around and we would talk about it. And then we talk about well, these plans are kind of like shopping mall. We would even she this was like an unofficial kkob. They would go last few shopping malls with they were it was a nostalgic experience because it well, it's not as good as it. Once was. And then they said they would go through in. Then they started having little parties dinner parties with each course based on. Later favorite things at the mall. Even if it was an ad say what's bookstore? Well, this book Keiko, whatever in eventually one of the things they always is a biggest hit at any one of these parties. Because one of the things they always will act was displaced called hickory farms, Diane, which was a shop in the mall that I think still well, here's we'll get to it still exists where they would sell you could get samples they sold cheese and crackers because party foods in it was always look everyone wondered how it stayed in business because it's how many parties to people have how much summer sausage to someone need. It was also a catalog business. And one of the people like the Hanna party like bought all the Sikri farm seeing in out only that Diane is like his talked about hickory firms. They realize how much they appreciate it. It was still corporation in such things in they said like they weren't doing great. And they said, well, we want to save the hickory farms company in hickory firm Sua, we know they said, well, we have in a DEA like having heard don't you know, what kids do today instead of fan fats have been replaced by going viral in hickory firm? Oh, no. We don't change. And they said, we'll shopping malls are gone. How do you recreate the experience they cause you so how barely be in business in the eighties. Seventies. And they said, we don't know. And and we will we have a test will run to town. All's you do is give us food. And we think you should become a subscription based box business. Like these other like a great dinner backs businesses for sleep with me kiss green chef. But they said, you know, there's me, but you know, there's all sorts of box businesses now in you pay certain amount. And then you get a box every month. They said we're gonna take that back backspace business. We're gonna mix it with like a party like Tupperware party lake lake a hubba hubba hubba party. You know that people have nowadays in who will will have these parties to hickory hang out parties. We'll we'll call ourselves to hickory hang out and the end of the party any of the invite will invite s and we'll have free guests that are the ones we're teasing into its, but you'll have opportunity to become a subscriber to the hickory farms monthly back service. And then you'll get it every month and the company said, we're not interested. So basically this group Hillary said once upon a time in new maj nary land because you know, where I'm just using this companies, and example, it's not actually the company we did it with though, she said we are called to hickory hang out. But. She said we made our own subscription boxes. You know, because we said, well, we'll just do locally. And then that will be how we pay for the party. And then we'll buy the he, you know will make pilgrim boxes if you subscribe. But you know, if you prepay for an annual subscription, you become a member of the hickory hang out so-so secret fund Kulab. And you know, we could also give remain Hillary said maybe could be you know, few three keep a secret. And gene to case. It's Ray in Hillary support bay penny soliciting in the other room. And they said, oh, no, she's just a she sleeps with their eyes open. Sometimes they say should Hillary said great us to shake invite you to party, but me, we have our own little pie hickory, hang up pack party. But yet in so g indicates a way to save. And so this was like a full viral marketing party. Base in bay bass of nostalgia in Hillary said possibly once upon time. It was in Jean de case, you got role saved guess, and they said, what could we get an invite for our, you know, basically, you know, in Hillary said done for these Hasselhoff bikes, it'll be worth it. Also will have a hickory hang out pack party for sure. And they think they're going to the case actually was more thawed than cracked, Diane. But Dane, if you ever need to catch party planner plan a party pop up power. You know that Dan right has annexing good night's thinking it became a patron recently Isaac. Angela and Adam thank sing-sing Maeve, Jarod, Michael, thank you. Thanks. Thanks and good night. Elizabeth Sayer Aaron thank you. Thanks. Thanks. Good night's Wynette Alexander in Josh annexing night. Adam crystal, Tim, thank you think. Thanks, mark. Susan and Ashley, thank you. Thanks, jeff. And Bo thank you. Thanks and Singin night's Marie Margarethen rose. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks Amy today in Robert Inc. Sank seni-, Barbara Janet and Christopher. Thank you. 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UFYB 127: How to Know What You Want

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

19:02 min | 8 months ago

UFYB 127: How to Know What You Want

"Fuck Your Rain. The only podcast you how to use psychology feminism and coaching to rewire your brain. And get what you like. And now here's your host Harvard Law School Grad Feminist Rock and master coach. Harlow thile chickens. How are you? I am sure that a lot of you are still experiencing a lot of thoughts and feelings about the global situation and you know I thought about this a lot but I decided that it was really important to me to keep doing our regular podcast content because part of what I am trying to teach you. Is that just? Because your brain is fixated on something doesn't mean it's the only thing in the world right. Most of us are going to make it through this. Just fine and life is always going to go on whether we're part of it or not and whatever time we have it is the time we have to show up the way we want. Create the experience that we want. That's always true and so I am doing the special limited series of turned back into B.'s. Rain and we are doing that to help you not because the circumstance means everything is terrible now but just because everybody's brains are losing it. I am also going to keep doing the regular Thursday content. Because I know that that's important and that some of you may are not really freaking out or don't have a lot of thoughts about the virus or you know your life. Isn't that different? And you want to be working on other things and even those of you who are seeing a lot of change and are having a lot of mental fixation on it. I really want to encourage you to think about other things. Sometimes to ray not just be constantly thinking about the news so with that said that's why today we're going to talk about something. I asked about all the time. It's comes up in the clutch all the time with my students and it's such an interesting question because I think some people never struggle with asthma themselves. This question and some people have this question all the time and that is how to know what you really want so something. That comes up often with my students is that they start doing thought work and they become aware of just how much they've been kind of living their lives based on what they think they should do. And then if I asked them. Okay we'll would you want to do and that might be like. What do you want to do about going to this baby shower? Or what do you WanNa do with your career or do you want to have a partner? Have Kids right big picture questions for like? What do you want for lunch right? They've no idea how to answer that because everything has been based on what they think they should are supposed to do. They don't know what they want outside their thoughts about what they think. They have to do what they think they should do. Or what they WANNA do to try to control what other people think about them. And then they get themselves even more confused because thought work teaches us that our thoughts are optional. Right so some of my students have misunderstand this and they think wolf all my thoughts are optional. Then there's no such thing as really wanting something like how would I even know if I wanted it or if I just think I want it. I truly I could have called myself. The coach for over thinkers or over analyzers I used to probably identify as an over analyzer. Of course I didn't think I was over analyzing then that I was analyzing the right amount and so many of my students themselves all tied up in knots on this question too so i WanNa really breakdown for you. What it means to want something to know what you want and how to decide whether to keep wanting that thing right so years the first kind of mind. Fuck this topic is that we're used to defining what we want by thinking about the things we want in order to feel differently. Right when we're coming from unmanaged mind anything we want. We want because we think it will give us a positive feeling or it will make a negative feeling. Go Away right in our in the future. We're just living out. This primitive seek pleasure and avoid pain dynamic rate and so were wanting or not wanting anything our lives from like a snack to a PhD rate based on those premises. So we might be trying to get a good taste in our mouths from the snack or you might be trying to get the self esteem that we think would come if our peers were impressed with our PhD. Right doesn't matter. Fundamental motivation is the same. Sometimes we just want fiscal pleasure. Sometimes it's a set of feelings that we want and we think we need the circumstance of having the or having this career or whatever it is to have those feelings and women especially I think are socialized to often be acting out of obligation or guilt or responsibility. I had this fascinating conversation with a boyfriend. Wants where we were talking about how I really value verbal articulation of feelings and that he tended to express his feelings through actions. I kind of caretaking actions like making sure I was not too hot not too cold or like bringing me water the way he knows. I like my water. Whatever it is and he said he didn't understand why his actions weren't enough because his thought was if I ask questions about his feelings that meant that his actions weren't enough right that I like wasn't valuing them and I explained to him that my thought process is totally different because women are socialized to do things they don't want to do all the time and so I think often to women someone doing something for us. That's not an obvious sign of love affection because we know that we do things out of guilt obligation and insecurity and fear anxiety all the time of course people all genders do this but I do think women are socialized to more often do things that they don't WanNa do out of trying to make other people happier being afraid of upsetting them or just what we're taught to think about ourselves but I think women are socialized to more often do things that they don't WanNa do out of fear of upsetting others or trying to make them happy making other people happy rate. We're just our own internal constant of critical dialogue right and just trying to assuage our own brain narrow and this was just a perfect example because that had never occurred to him and he said well. If I'm doing something it's only because I want to do it but that was an obvious to me. I had a different thought about it so the first step is figuring out wide. You're doing what you're doing. Water the thoughts driving your actions and if you're using the model that I teach if you're in the clutch or if you've learned from one of the Free Webinars you can plug the action that you're taking in the airline of the model and work backwards. What are you feeling? What are you thinking? And what most of you will find is that you're taking most of your actions in order to try to number one change your own feelings or number to control what other people think are feel and that's really just goes back to number one right to change how you feel because of your thoughts about what they think or feel so that might be anything from volunteering to make brownies for bake sale to taking a CEO GIG or getting married or getting an eyelash Perm or saying yes to a cocktail party or a board seat Right or a haircut like anything often. You're trying to change you feel while you're always transient you. Feel and then even when you're trying to control how other people think or feel it still because of how you want to think and feel if you could control how they feel and this applies for things you're thinking about doing to rate. Why are you considering doing them? You have to ask yourself what you imagine. You would get to think or feel if you did them. Those imaginary thoughts and feelings are y. You're considering your actions doing or not doing whatever the thing is so. Let's say you discover that you're doing something because you think you should like you are applying for promotion as you think you should or you are quitting your job to your kids because you think you should or you discover you're doing something to try to control his feelings like you're GonNa go to a party that you don't want to go to because you don't want the other person to think you're rude right or you're trying to avoid a negative feeling guilt or shame so you are saying no to desert because you don't feel bad about yourself later if you eat it. So let's say you discover something like that so then the question is now what. How do you determine what you actually want so one way to think about it? Is that what you actually want is what you would do in the absence of acting out of guilt or obligation or insecurity or shame right. Let's say for instance you went to medical school because he thought you should and you thought your parents wanted you to eight. You don't really know what you WANNA do. All you know is you'd never had any pre existing desire from your own mind to go to medical school and you know that because if you imagine a world without any of that perceived pressure right a world where nobody else thought you should go to medical school. It wouldn't have occurred to you to go. It's not something you would do so soon. I'm saying it's like an imagine you have to sort of use your imagination and do this kind of imagining exercise of if I didn't have these thoughts that were motivating me to do it. In a way. That doesn't feel good to me. That feels like obligation or like shooting or shame or guilt or trying to control their people right. If I didn't feel the sense of doing something that I really WanNa do. Would it ever have occurred to me to do this thing right another way to ask yourself? The question is if you're going to feel the same whether you did the thing or not. Would you do it if you feel totally good about yourself whether you went to medical school or not whether you got married or not whether you had kids or not whatever it is whether you ate the tuna sandwich or not? If you didn't care what other people thought of your choice. Would you still do? That is one way to tell if you actually want to do something. So the kind of obvious objection that I got from my client sometimes and I totally think is a good question is well whatever. My natural thought is about doing something. It's still just a thought right if you never had any pre existing desire to go to medical school right without all of your thoughts about how your parents wanted you to or you should or it would be prestigious or you could make money and feel safe that way right if you never had any of those thoughts you just didn't have the desire to have a thought that you wanted to be a doctor right. You didn't like organically have that thought. That's all that means right. It doesn't mean like you're truly meant to be one thing or another necessarily it just means you never had that thought where you could decide to cultivate that thought on purpose. But here's where I think it's so interesting that my clients get so stuck on this because my students I see get stuck get stock on the idea that any thought that they have right or don't have wanting to do something or not wanting to do something inorganic way meaning. It never would have organically occurred to them to do the thing. If it wasn't coming from like a negative motivation or it just happened to organically occur to them that they would like to do a certain thing. They don't think that's a good enough reason right so they use thought work against themselves so they say to themselves or they say to me right well so I have this unconscious thought this well. It's conscious but like I didn't create it on purpose. It was just there at my brain. Just created it. This thought that let's say I WANNA be a choreographer instead of a doctor. Well that's just a thought so I could just change it right and so they think while everything's just thoughts that's true but I actually thinking a weird way. It's like proof of how much women are socialized to think that the have to have a good enough reason for doing anything that they would want to do right. It's like we learn thought working than we use it against ourselves to sort of tar solves that we can change any of our thoughts and so just wanting to do. Something isn't a good enough reason and I don't think you'd find men having that thought as much so I kinda think it's a way that people socializes women kind of take thought work and use it. It's like women are taught to think that their desires don't matter anyway and so then you thought work and then you're like well my desires just thought so. I should just change them. It's like you actually still are having that same programming. And you're just sort of co-opting thought work into it. Just organically in the sense of like your brain came up with us. Thought without you doing it on purpose wanting to do something or not do something. It's a good enough reason. I'm not saying that's always the reason you want to go with. Like we WANNA question our thoughts. But you don't need a bigger justification rates like think about how. I teach that you know if you believe a thought you believe thought if you have a feeling about it in your body why do some of us believe certain thoughts and not others right like one thoughtful work really well for one person? They'll have a big emotional response to it and it will do nothing for someone else. Why is that? I have no idea to me that is like the greatest thought work mystery. I don't know why that's the case but I don't think it really matters. I think that body compass is the key rate to knowing what you really want. And so yeah. It's all just thoughts. But at the root of it there is some mystery there of why certain thoughts work for some of US versus others and I think that body compass is the key to knowing what you really want because I think the idea that you don't know what you really want is like a red herring rate. I think we do know what we want. We have distanced ourselves from it. So yeah it's just a thought what we want the thing that we want. But it's the thought that produces a feeling for us that we believe right. The dangers lie is telling yourself that you don't know what it is so that doesn't mean that just because you have a thought of wanting something you should do everything you WanNa do rate you have to use your prefrontal cortex and you have to use your discernment to decide. You might want to eat something poisonous. But that's a bad idea right. You might want to cheat on your partner in a moment but then you don't really want to do that in a bigger sense so when I say knowing what you want I'm not talking about at the level of an urge for pleasure or being impulsive talking about at the level of dream and vision for your life. That's where I think we lied ourselves right. We don't Li- ourselves about wanting a piece of chocolate cake whether we eat it or not. We know that we want it but we lied ourselves about the kinds of relationships. We want the kind of work we want to do. In the world kind of impact. We want to have the kind of rest and relaxation that we want. We lied ourselves about the big things for so many reasons. We don't think we deserve to have what we want. We judge what we want. We judge ourselves for wanting it. We think we have to have a reason or justification to do what we want. We don't think it's possible to do it. We want to have what we want. We've absorbed so many messages from society and our parents and our friends right some of it which is even well meaning. That tells us to be sensible. Be reasonable right. Don't dream too big. Don't get too big for your Britches. Don't be selfish. Don't be delusional. He Que- squash down our dreams and our desires our potential because we're scared to actually dream big and then we call it being confused or not knowing what I want. It's not true you know. And if you can't hear your own voice telling you what you want it's because you've been drowning out for so long. You have to develop the capacity at the skill the practice of listening to that of getting to know your own body and mind your own thoughts and feelings. You may have a lot of thoughts to clear out before you can get down to those kind of thoughts that do tell you what you want. That do indicate what she would want to do in the absence of all the other thoughts. If you believed you could do it or you could have it. And that's fine. That is work. That is so well worth doing but you have to. Just make sure that you don't buy your own bullshit that you don't know how right you do know you're learning to understand so ask yourself what would I do if I knew I could succeed. What would I do if no one else would ever know about it and have any thoughts about what would I do? If I thought everyone in my life would approve of me and my decision what would I do if I already loved myself? No matter what and I knew I would love myself no matter what happened. The answers to those questions are some of the things that you really want. And the rest are all the thoughts holding you back. And that's okay. You may not even be ready to go after what you really want yet. My friend and fellow coach crabtree. Says if you can't dream big start with dreaming small so what something small that you can tell yourself the truth about wanting and try to get right is it. Flowers is it. A date is to publish a blog. Post IS IT TO SING. Karaoke rate whenever it is start small and work your way up do something you want every day and watch your life start to grow and I think now more than ever is the time to stop wasting time pretending. You don't know what you want pretending you don't know who you WanNa be trying to live a life that will control what everyone else thinks of you and make you feel safe because life is always changing and always unpredictable. And so who do you want to be in? What do you want to create? And how do you want to show up? There's no time to waste pretending that you don't know the answers to those questions. Believe that you do know and you will figure it out all right. My chickens talked next week. If you're loving what you're learning the podcast you have got to come check out the clutch. The Clutch is my feminist coaching community. For All things on fuck your brain. It's where you can get individual help applying all these concepts. 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Mardi Gras is a State of Mind

The Heart

19:50 min | 8 months ago

Mardi Gras is a State of Mind

"The heart is supported by better. Help on counseling here at the heart. We love therapy. Sometimes it's nice to be able to conveniently on the Internet. Get the help that you need. Better HELP OFFERS. Licensed counselors who specialize issues including depression and anxiety? You can connect privately with a counselor through text. Chat phone and video calls the heart listeners. Get ten percent off their first month with Discount Code Heart. That's better help DOT COM SLASH HEART. Air Will has a brand new podcast from drag renegade. Vicky vox called doing great with Vicki. Vox It's an interview show with a twist Vicky. Vox Uses Tarot cards and hot takes to answer guest questions about their own lives and who doesn't have a lot of questions right now. Tune in for Fab pop culture moments of shame and the fringes of conspiracy theories. You'll meet great guests like Vicki's drag mother detox and Youtube Star Meghan Tune doing great with Vicki. Vox Premiered January twenty. Seventh subscribe on Stitcher Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. The feminist documentary podcast feed can feel a little bit bear sometimes so we are so excited to welcome back bodies in each episode. We follow along as one person tries to solve their own medical mystery in this new season. Which launched on March fourth there will be episodes about sexuality arousal consent beauty standards and chronic pain I love the way bodies uses intimate nuance storytelling to help uncover forces of racism sexism and capitalism that affect our health system and us our bodies find bodies wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to the heart. I'm caitlyn pressed the piece. You're about to hear began. When n Que phoebe Mara? And Fellow Radio Maker Ari. Mahia all hung out together for the first time. They spent a week apartment sitting taking care of a pit bull and a one eyed cat. They gushed about fantasy audio projects. They want to make and did poetic rituals to inspire poems within themselves. Mars friend Lyndon lived around the corner from this apartment and this story is about their years of friendship. It's about how it feels to be trans how it feels to shape shift. It's about celebrating the chaos of being one person. Here's Mara sometimes. When it's springtime in New Orleans I walk in a roving pack with my proverbial girls. I'm usually covered in someone else's glitter rhinestones yarn face. Paint WITH JAMESON. Tucked in my pants too. Many small revolutionary minded parades around me to count Mara I but this year I asked my friends to send me audio of Mardi Gras. I live in New Orleans and wanted to escape my little world down. There remind myself life does exist outside the city so booked tickets to New York. One of my best friends moved there. This friend and I had top surgery together. We drove to Florida to the same chest masculinization surgery within a few days of each other. It took years of late night talks with radical. Dykes inquiries to get to that moment. I can go into a coffee shop and actually pick up the cup with my mouth and carry it to my table but then that becomes almost more difficult. Because of the I couldn't stop listening to this conversation between Judith Butler into Nora Taylor and artists and disability rights activist. The discomfort causes when I do things with body parts. That aren't necessarily what we assume that. Therefore that seems to be even more Hard for people to to deal with. I was terrified and thrilled about treating my milk. Ducts like medical waste a few transmit. I know we're happy with their chest from this doctor in Miami. It's the only surgery he does and it's popular. He flattens chest five times a day three days a week. I wish I could have donated my chest to my favorite drag queen but my surgeon had a response like Lucille blue on arrested development. I don't understand the question and I won't respond the night before my nip took though I actually felt like a pretty terrible misogynist. Such a failed feminist. I was cutting up my own female body but I have to remind myself that living as default feminine is not helping other women ruminating in self torture and loathing is not an inspiring feminists strategy. It is a strange feeling to desire masculinity in two thousand twenty who wants to be a man as a kid and the nineties. When I would ask the boy's toy in the McDonald's drive-thru I'd watch my mom's worrying is lingering on me in the rear view Mir when I told her. I wish I was a boy. She just stared and said why maybe her gut response was feeling rejected. Like I was rejecting her as a woman as a role model did she. Also worry I would be like some other unhealthy pathetic men in her life. But I don't want to be a solitary depressed. Nobody knows trouble like I do kind of man alone in my office until four. Am I feel like even if I wanted to fully transition to be a man? It's not possible I could only be a man who was raised as a girl survived middle school because of riot girl a man who almost everyone reads as a huge lesbian. And what a privilege right. Now I'm a FAG lesbian separatist visiting New York City. I am reluctant to say I'm non binary it doesn't feel like the category that holds space hedge lists like leftovers. It doesn't exist without referencing. What it isn't saying it out loud feels like. I'm just saying sorry not that one. Thanks I get lost in my head breaking down with Gender Queer even means and wondering who doesn't fit that category I want to feel desirable by desire is formed through refraction of things ideas. I prefer this phrasing to I constantly. Compare myself to everyone around me. That Tuesday in New Orleans is a day for ritually drug. Induced shape shifting. This is the culmination day for Catholic Feasting Public. Masking costuming nudity. Young and old buddies are on full display. I won't even call it gender bending because it's beyond the category of gender. It's a riot bursting with sound and deep bright shiny colors historic struggles over who is allowed to parade. Who owns the streets happens live on TV simultaneously to the news coverage of drag competitions and the police strike didn't stop any drag contests in the quarter is year the usual feather boys and frills gateway partially to the Macho Man. Leather look at many sporting construction hats spectators and participants alike. They aware they jammed bourbon. Trees what they did for blocks in both directions during my visit to New York. My friend was scheduled to get Andrew Del testosterone cream a gift from the gay. God's I've debated taking testosterone shots before and put it off but Andrew. Del Isn't as strong as the shots. Also you can actually spread testosterone through skin contact after applying. I'm a sucker for ceremonial bonding. On Tuesday. The gift of Andro Joe was supposed to be placed in our hands survey die but as the patriarchal bureaucratic garbage world. That we live in would have it. There was a weird insurance issue. Oh my God this number. They have listed on their website despite having multiple credit cards. We couldn't get the hormones so our afternoon tea party was put on hold but I wondered if we had to be the ANDRO GEL. We wanted to see in the world. What does that mean exactly? We had the entire city of New York and burning hearts. I couldn't be satisfied with just a slice this afternoon. No matter how cheap and delicious we decided to have a ceremony to make us really feel like those small revolutionary minded parades. Were a state of mind. I will keep repeating feminist mantras Mardi gras hastings categorized as a figure out. What the Fuck works for me? We bought a lottery ticket. Wrote things down Shared Judith. Butler quotes made a list of qualities within ourselves and types of men. We WANNA burn. We tried to peel back the dulling sensors in talk fast and loud and publicly about things. You want to do how we want to be in the world. We tried to burn our list. But it took awhile. It was windy and literally freezing. It was another forest metaphor and this Judith. Butler quote is still vibrating in my head but they use their anus for or what they allow their anus to be used for. Well that one but really this one. What can embody do we usually ask you know what is a body. Or what is the ideal form of a body or But what can a body do is is a different question? It's it it's not like there's an you know what about it? Should look like it's exactly not that question. When you the plural you stood there with your coat unzipped and laughed. You clapped and spread your arms in motion for me Chimera you said and no my subconscious wasn't too messy. You put your glove his hand on my chest in my mostly zipped up jacket and said A. It's warm in here. I felt my head spin. I felt trans after the ceremony. We went to walters for giant happy or Martinez at the bar. We read excerpts of Andrew. Long Jews Article ON LIKING WOMEN. She says I'm trying to tell you something that few of us dare to talk about especially in public especially when we are trying to feel political pressure as the cure for Corey awoke. Nece sir. How can you want to be something you already? Our desire implies deficiency want implies want to admit that what makes women like me transsexual identity but desire is to admit just how much transition takes place in the waiting rooms of wanting things this out loud. My eyes turned to flames. Ignited by yet resigned to Trans Desire. The idea of men becoming women thrills Lesbian History archivist and me. Even though physically. I'm moving in a different direction. I cut my tits off and right now. I'm actively flirting with the idea of rubbing so-called male hormones all over my body. I wonder how thoroughly hi do. I have to be in order to continue believing I can move forward on this twirling. Trans Journey without taking testosterone. I can't force generic maleness onto myself. And why would I want to? I feel strangely comforted thinking. Desire implies deficiency. There's a relief in acknowledging what I don't have in order to more clearly what I do have desire with my flame. Is I tell misogynist men. I don't want their dicks. I already have one. I consider it a perk that my dick will never give you an unexpected pregnancy. But Yeah I would love to come on your ass recall this. The romance disappointment this appointment. You want something you have found an object that will give you what you want. Maybe you were trying to show me how to be sad and silly and proud come on just Italian microphone or maybe that was me doing that. Okay do it yourself. And then they're a couple of times thing you know all you extended trip in New York but the testosterone never arrived. This may seem like a missed opportunity. And Scher yeah undoubtedly. But it's not surprising. I don't feel sad I feel lucky the possibilities swirling around my head feel other worldly. I'm fantasizing about writing love letters to my friends. My Irish Catholic. Mom Her sisters you. I WanNa talk to everyone about the possibilities of their foggy. Lesbian separatist genders. I WanNa have ceremonies where we take our shirts off and Andro Gel across each other's chess. Maybe my mom's is an empowering cleansing ritual a quick release from caretaking. Maybe mine is kind of like a small orgy. Imagine the feeling of a room of transsexuals. Lathering themselves in wishes a room full of chess with scars. That say something happened here and I want more of it. This piece was written and produced by Mara Laser. Phoebe N N que edited. This version of the story Mara wants to thank Linden for being a friend. 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754 - Court Pickle Dance | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2E5

Sleep With Me

1:17:08 hr | 1 year ago

754 - Court Pickle Dance | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2E5

"PR ex. Lead easing, gentlemen, boys and girls and friends beyond the binary. It's time for the podcasters that when he hears a certain song. Here's cloud controlled major tongue. In that means you might tongues going to be rambling and you're going to be floating away in a sleepy Khelad. And you might say wouldn't the name is Iggy starters? She talk about I'd say what for sleep with me, the bad Kasa puts you to sleep in here. We will be floating on Tim tin can high above. That's actually, right. So it's more like have to be something else. If us here high above the moon in these are a couple ways, we keep to show ago and. He was just wonder if I could check in with you real quick if you listen to the show five or more times Mont Oreo listen of five or more episodes a month in incudes like people that listen to episode after episode after episode if you're listening all night long, if you consider going your way to support one of the sponsors in sharing that with us or becoming a patron. Those are the things that help keep the podcast free for everybody is Spencer support and listener support it helps keep if I'd kiss going along into the future in you might say, well, the kiss free. Why do I gotta do anything? And you don't you don't have to do anything at all. You could just it's your choice, and it is a out of the box choice to support a free podcasts to go out of your way to pay for free podcast. It's rebellious your rebel rebel was the 'cause you're bucking the trend. But you're also saying jeez. I listen spot gas in a regular basis. I listen to twenty episode. A month that listen to ten episodes a month. They listen to five episodes a week. I think those may add up to the same number. I listen to eight episodes of night, this bad gas makes my life better. I rely on it. I love the as thousands and thousands of other people benefited from it every month in want to keep it going. I wanted to be there. But also, you know, I'm getting value out of it. I wanna get value back. Also, I heard there was some really cool benefits on patriot like ad free episodes. All intro episodes story, only episodes, exclusive on location and fearless flyer episodes. So there may be another reason to sign up in if you want to do so just go to sleep with me podcast dot com slash patron in Santa five ten twenty bucks a month. A really appreciate it a real appreciate those you that go out your way to support the show or you could also support the sponsors another huge way to help keep the show going. Thank you so much sleeping podcast dot com slash patriot. 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You just say, hey, Smerch speaker police sleep with podcast, and if you need to say, hey, smart speaker said timer for whatever ninety eight minutes in if you really in bishop's, you know, say give it ninety see what it says if you say ninety eight point one minutes in the also next time, you meet me ask how many like how long it is. And then sit back is it'll take me about a ninety four minutes to figure it out. Anyway, what do you say we get on with the show? He your bone tossing turning mind racing. Trouble getting to sleep trouble staying asleep. Welcome. This is sleep with me bad gas put shoot to sleep. We do a bedtime story. You need to do is kit. Embiid. Turtle eggs impressed play. The do. The rest would going to attempt to do. Straight a safe place where you could sit aside whatever skeeving away. Whether it's at odds, if feelings physical sensations changes in time or temperature changes in schedule. Baffling saying like it. That's that's look Yosef. Scrooge would would say, well, it's a bath. Woodall's baffling ones. Racy? I don't know what it is whatever it is here to help wanna do, you know, it's been a few weeks since I said to say, I'm gonna welcome you into the safe place. I'm gonna smooth it. I'm gonna Pat it, and I'm gonna rub it down within I'm gonna poof it is. And I'm going to stay in bag as after it's reached peak. Poof, ING it as settles. You know? It's always the best you poof it. You Pat, it you market with the D for str- scooter than let it settle just you and me in. Wow, it settles Bahir also trying to what was it. What's the word were try to earn your trust? When you do that in a professional setting. It's word. It's really hard for me as a dyslexic to spell at annoy. I can't take it means like it. It's like the professional side at camera where he said, hey, how you doing? No, let's build some smaltz reporter. That's it. Thank you. But if you're new here's due to send my voice across the deep Turk night, amuse alone wing, soothing curricula. Sit tones also for regular listener to do the same thing pointless, meanders superfluous tangents. Lake all even metaphors that you are you sure that's a metaphor. Or is at a slew. Like if to Freudian slip. You know, I like and the first person are all here's a question really are all Freudian slips metaphors and every even thought of that. So just now and a confused Dr Freud somewhere nodding knowingly. It's what not this isn't about the aunt okay show. But it is a question. Get back to a I knew listeners, welcome. It's this asleep. With me a podcast did cheer while you fall asleep? I say it's podcast to put you to sleep a deal. It will also be here to keep you company as you fall asleep, structurally, what to expect. There's a lot of things about the podcast sake. In throw you off. So want to give you an idea what you expect a lot of nonsense lot of creaky dulcet tones like and when I say nonsense. You'll also mean I think I mean, not it's nonsensical liquor the fun Canan since like when you're walking around the kitchen, you know, banging on a pie with a wooden soon. You know, the com- walling version of that, you know, in the diaper or is Alec to call it the weekend in two. I can't get that on my own image myself out of there. You know, then I'll play with some transformers in some Legos and car, you know, I like to you like to play with all my toys together. Then I'll go back to doing something else. But here right now trying to oh was explaining what kind of nonsense to expect think there you go. Oh, despite this non-sensical, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. If you're new so structurally starts off with business. That's how we keep the show going in free a thinker in our like six year making the show or may two thousand search. Yes, something like that. So how we do that? Then there's an intro which were more than a few minutes into the intros apart of the show in m night home. I'm not humble brag here to say like it's pretty beloved part of the show for regular listeners for new listeners against ROY off. It's like thirteen or fourteen minute attempted in. I mean that in bold Italic is I would like. Attala sees in underlined in even strike strike through it in a highlight it because it's an attempt to where I say, here's what the bad gas of is in does. But it really hard for me to explain. You know, just just like it's hard for new if you ever asked a kid walking around the kitchen, even if you're just in your even if you're just in your pyjamas, you know, banging out of pot in wearing a pot is a cap how come that? So fun. Or how can you only do this like once every thirty six months? Well, under some kids. Do it every day some adults too. You'd say I don't know it just it just feels good feels good in here. Maybe that's a new therapy. We could come up with. In. It's a free therapy practice anytime you go around probably when you're on your own or if you're in a relationship or family situation, do it as a companionship or a a group activity. You know, let's get let's bring them back. Banging pots, it's not for toddlers anymore. Fa head and if I could run a national ad campaign. Maybe that's what I'd say. Banging pats like musically Natta banging around like a toll just wild about Wilde rice. Like, then they can pop banging anyway lost myself there. So structurally intro is a long drawn out but friendly somewhat fun beginning of the podcast in. Here's a sunless or skip. It maybe two or three percent of listeners. They skip ahead to the story about eighteen minutes in a lot of listeners use it as part of their wind down routine where they're getting ready for bed where they're getting settled in for bed. Right. They've done the proofing in now they're doing the settling portion. You know, they're laying in the old dream plane or taking off to dream plane. You know sibling into auto auto cloudy mode where you rest on a sleepy Koa wood. Or what was the other thing? Oh or similar swell soup during intro. So it's intro. Then there'd be a story. It'll be tonight will be episodically majuor series big farm in the sky PI season two though, he could miss season one in that miss anything. There's some business between the intro in the story portion is in at the end of the show. There's some thank yous. That structurally what to expect other things you need to know, if you knew you don't need to listen to me, you could listen to me at any level you wish or you could do we've gone through this before. I'm the kinda person totally comfortable with you. Rich, you say, well, okay. Uh-huh. Go ahead. Scoots you're talking about Landon your runway dream. Uh-huh. Oh, yeah. Like, you do that. If you were banging upon. That's that's a good thing to look that's kinda thing. I would fall asleep in or if you you know, you go to a kid in and you see goodnight, sweetie. Pu there even other already sleep, you know, you're talking in one last time, and they see but banging pot issue. Maybe you could do that. Uh-huh. Oh, wow. Banging upon. Banging applied in go to the sa- gummy bears air and apron in this is again. Okay. Great. That's terrific. So proud to was would jelly spoon. Not a wiz. Oh, would you took a swoon at no, no is the gummy bear names Frenchie? Okay. Okay. Okay. Great would actually scoots his in the Milic swinging podcasts in new people. Okay. So I'm back early. Forget GIO Sophos gonna talk about it. And they beginning I think it had to do with like a hip hop song for my childhood anyway. But so where was I so, okay. So this structure show. Oh, we don't need to listen to me. Those thing Inge, no pressure full sleep. The reason shows are just over an hour. Most of them is plenty of room fall asleep. You can queue up a two hundred ninety nine other episodes after this. If you need them in lick 'cause I want your pressure falsely them be here be here till the end in a make this show. Just as much to put you to sleep is due to keep company in be voice of companionship to those that aren't gonna sleep. They can't fall asleep or whatever the situation is. So I'm here to help him here to be bore bay. You know in my. Favorite bay is Paul bay. Of course, the big loop. And the the the tapes, you know, that you heard about in the Pacific northwest. The the city tapes, they think they they've been referred to by me only. So, yeah, I'm here to be your bore bay you're bored because you're more sieve bore Basti in an help help you fall asleep. I think it's it was talking about something at the beginning showing talking about poof impoving, then I saw Oton. Banging pots pans ages said pot. So totally skipped out on pains. So if you were going to do it as a family activity or ru issue to do it as a romantic activity, or you know, we're really talking about romance. I mean like you could do it as pre or post from romantic activity? You just if it would be if you get to adults or a teen Minho holy mol- in only one person's banging a pot around. Usually, it's some sort of you know, loving testing activity. I think that could be a new thing. Like, you see what's it's time to be. You know, everybody was like that song was about everybody. Bang pots tonight. It was a song. I think they originally was weighing Chung. But then they changed it to bang pots. Tonight's in have fun tonight. The main thing also wear apron while you maybe were how hollowing cast doom. Yeah. I think I thought he interviewed someone in the middle of that two Osas kid that kid that was asleep at eight put to sleep earlier within me. Let's just check in with them it like let me ask them. So he don't know if you're still asleep. Do you heard a sleeping pad casts? This one was curric-. Cricket cricket. Cricket recruiter yet. That's the one it's bad. It's got a super long intro. You do you sleep during the intro? Do you skip it or do you? Listen to it or do you? Listen to it today for comforts. So sick as structure paper in this in the tissue. Paper is inside. Oh, we're told. Yup. Main in so what's your favorite thing about sleep with me podcast in general? Or are you even asleep? With me podcast listener sim was him suspense sharpener. And he is it. Thing of would you were you laughing about the department? I said are you sleeve ame- Lister? Oh, because like you you knew you were. Even it was Cardi ski in. And then it was. Lynn in balloons. Okay. Great. That was great talking to you. Go ahead, you're asleep. Because that's it's a podcast actually put people sleep in. They do with a bedtime story. I don't know. Did you get a bedtime story? 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Tales of the fan of minot. Also could be tales of the towns. We won't be the talk of the town because most people will be snoozing. But this is a series about a three individuals mostly or starring three individuals Simon decay in g GW into capital D, capital K. Salmon, gene, decay, are if friends also Simon and Jere related salmon is geez Ongko. Simon was formerly resident Aversa just like you and me in made the transition to posters Li life. Get the big farm in the sky and season. And then g g is Simonsen isse. She's still living earthly existence. Gca decay is her best friend. There of an eight is there of school going age their school kids and in season one they helped Simon salve mysteries in the big farm Hintze big farm in the sky PI in we're talking about mysteries a little bit more. Like, if a Salvador Dali did a did a season of encyclopedia Baramulla or fancy Nancy or Nancy, drew or dramas Stilton or big Nate issue. Never read any see drew put that made to do or the hearty, boys. Never read any Hardie, Boys. There's a there's a come clean. I've said hardy Har Har before. But if any if if they would be the big farm in the sky PI season one now season two quick question answer. So these setups for the have. So sometimes they take awhile just wanna get you. You know, I'm here to help you sleep so filling you in is in a long winded ways Scana part of the show, but also wants to be familiar with what's coming up, you know, no fault mino- bedtime Flomo. Like, we say so Simon despite being former earth resident in a big farm resident, you know, spiritual. Being you could say human, you know, sometimes people blew my mind when they say, we human beings, being spiritual or spiritual beings, being humid, or whatever in this case is Simon's definitely a former organic human. In the big farm. But it's a rare thing this when you might not know if for a former of big farm in it to be able to come visit us humans. Muchly. Frank fr- friendly being casper. It just sounds like that now that's like one in a million or something. I don't know the numbers. But we'll just say it's one in a million like thing where he say it gets just like our life. You know, people like, that's what you want wonderful diversity, no matter what level of existence your head. I think for me at least in. So that's one thing said a Nazi can just come to earth show up in proposed. You know, there'd be a lot. Can you? Imagine a be like a always this another thing how he's pond or a always talk about this on the podcast to if we could see electromagnetic spectrum would we be able to see very far or not like a greater minds and that of answered that question. And I've probably read their answers and forget it. But so that's kinda thing they say you travel. Why whoever you know, grand designer whoever is is. We'll know now not only wouldn't billion king go down there and do talk to people again. So that's why Simon can talk to Jean de que. They can see Simon Simon can talk to them. You know, the stumps the positive side of those movies. So in season when their salving mysteries in the big farm in the sky season, two theirselves? Mysteries here on earth. For Jean de que who had took a sabbatical from school working studying sabbatical probably called something else and started their own business where d- case amp penny lives in the town's when allergic community retirement communities in the world. Or active adult community, but not everybody has to be active. You know, it would if I don't wanna be active wanna be like chill. Maybe I'll Pat and that chill. We have a chilidog community now for for you know, you can be active, but it's mostly for Chillan here in here at Jilin palms or something. Okay. So basically, the three of them are Salvin of PI stuff here on earth. There's been other episodes. Most are episode acc- including that one. I think that's probably then might you might have been, you know, I think that's enough to get. You started bef- on be relaxing in feel free to skip the road. Her sleep third Kosovo, boy, this one is really excited it which to sleep with this one also get a Hollywood celebrity here to set up the episode in. No, it's raining mister. Antonio Banderas abundances. As latest is INA Mizuko Sagarra sifference beyond the binary east time to crack disgrace. It's time for big farm in the sky PI, the this case. Wow. Those good those really good. Antonio. Thanks again for coming. Do you wanna try to play Tokaido? I get at Tokaido for Christmas. I bought it for Christmas from someone is supposed to be really relaxing lak- journey. I mean, you've already been on seven or eight hour journey here in. No, you gotta go drive back. Also, if you could hold off in using a restroom for about an hour and twenty minutes some done recording. That would be huge. But I didn't hear you go where pre sheets that you didn't go underway in because in a would've showed up on Mike evenly. You know, what here's your thing? Go all pas will edit it out. Go ahead and do do take care stuff. I mean within a relative time. Tell you what bore yourself go ASO water, get comfortable. And then once you comfortable, no move or. No, no tapping. No, shifting try to just go into a meditative meditative states. Okay. Go ahead. Zinke, my friend is good to be here with everybody. Imaging forward to blink too. Connects this into new bundy's everyone's the big farm in the sky. Let's correct. This case. Hey, diane. It's me Simon. I'm here. We're here at the multi purpose courts, which you might already saying what am I saying in? We're here wish to it's cooler -ly a mystery Diane over right? Thanks TK. Where was I was was okay. Great news. This is part of our process. That's why do talking to you is it's going to help g in decay, and I start to process the case. Okay. So where was I also? Actually lost my spy. Whoa. Hold on. Let me ask. You do. Oh, I didn't even start talking to you. Diane sorry about that. It has my bed. I started talking to Jean de que. So we have royally confusing mystery is what I meant to start with. So here each e within the towns is the each town has its own village each has its own community center pool in multipurpose courts. And the pool was closed for painting in repair and win the pool. Close is this is something they learned over the years. They also closed down multipurpose courts, which are right next to used to be just tennis courts. And now they're m- in also the sheriff aboard annex Diane OG wanted me to ask. What did you want me to ask? Oh, it was Tennessee. So tennis was popular. I I didn't ask the residents though. So I don't know like Royal the think Jean de cages making Royal jokes about tennis. Okay. So a long time ago, they just had tennis courts to head the pool right in then. Now, they have tennis reason called multi-purpose, okay? Because some people play pickle ball, which is now popular. And I don't know where the Picchu comes from. We're in a pickle, you know, with salving this case. But it's kinda like a paddle version tennis. Right. They say ping pong and tennis. But I don't buy that. Because there's no table one. And I don't think you're bouncing on anything. Which so that's another thing. So there's on these courts at once. We're only tennis courts this pickle ball. This tennis occasionally in the history that's been basketball half court in seems to wax and wane. And then there's a new thing outdoor dancing also called dancing in the doc dancing under the lights dancing by the moonlight in the moonlight. All that. That's where I get multi purposing from. I think that's what I was trying to say, okay. So the pool here is been closed for remodeling painting that remodeling. I don't know what I'm saying refurbishment paint a patch Kaleen in the courts, adjacent to the pool said all of these villages in the towns. And they also closed the courts when they Cosa the pool now, they don't close for repair because. Against like a long time ago when they made it to every contractor that works here in the towns went to the council, and they said if we're going to work on these pools were shutting down is tennis courts because gawkers they said in splaine owes advice X, pay experts pool refurbishment. Experts behavior of construction workers experts and things doing you know, because basically everybody be at the tennis courts watching them work on the pool. Even when they put up a fence is the people would go. So they said, listen, we're not gonna work in this unless the whole areas closed is so don't come here to this community. Use the next town over they shifted around. And they were they tried to be polite. You know, it was just a lot of advice in feed Bank in suggestions is sometimes people looking to talk to somebody about when they repaired a pool. I called them supervision hobby. Stan poop, I thought of that one. So the compromise was we'll just cruise down the whole thing. Go easy, go faster because they said to you know, they would try everybody was trying to get the bids in in. And they said we'll be like cheap. If we could get this done. Which whole area. Cool safa. Go fast is save everybody money one less form entertainment Houston day. I didn't think of GD tell me what you think of this. I mean, what about doing it as show like the Gawker show, like watch us repair, something show, Bradley wouldn't fly would've would if it was some sort of performance on it. Okay. So okay. So get to the mystery pot. You're right. You are right. You to holy cow. You that's why we cracked a cases. Okay. So we got a I got to unpack the start of the mystery Diane, which started eighteen months ago on the last pool refurbishment. So the do this doesn't have any also die in. This doesn't have anything with the bull. So the pool was a painted cleaned up a research, you know, whatever they needed to do just find ceiling. Refreshing touching it up. But when they reopened the tennis courts at the same time. Whoa. Boy, is there was now I think it goes Bank like thirty would eighteen in eighteen thirty six. Originally, the first time now this one they said to strike stripes on the tennis courts, they used to be white then they were white with a touch of blue gray. But I think they determine that that was actually appoint people taught, you know, you forget that time goes by then a mystery happens then everything's stranded mystery. Okay. But this time when the court reopened, I think it had extra people's attention. Also because it was hit transition to the popularity pickle ball is recent into the popularity pickle ball. Actually, people started using the courts more that also like to dance outside at night. So they also said, oh these courts are great the flat, just like a dance full about the dancing. More of a now, there was a stripes Najib of white blue gray stripes for tennis. But which was already thing that people didn't know who ended up that was planned would add. So now, they were yellow pickle ball stripes. If for the pickle ball courts in Zanu caused a big rift with the tennis players. So this was almost so two years ago in there was also some areas some squares off of the tennis in the out of bounds of the tennis court related to dancing, which I still don't understand. But also some of those like things. Low against the make sense in your right? Okay. So a square that you would it was actually rectangle. Sorry. Diane in then, you know, those awesome Marie. I don't know. Why imagine it was awesome Murray? But the feet that you put on the have the numbers. So for practicing your moves in the backs, but they had removable lake is the box was Ed, but not defeat 'cause I guess you say woman learn the Tango today. So those who also along with the pickle ball yellow lines. And this was what else am I not a Diane? And, you know, this is helping gene decay, really, you know, really absorb what's happening. We don't know what to pick a ball, but depict a bit. Like paddle ball ball is kinda has like a a splat to which Diane. It's not wet anything. But it means that it it's a little bit less running. It looked so fun. That's why we will calling splat ball. In j g and decay. They just laugh when the he pickle ball defined it. So funny like it does sound like something you'd say to a baby though, would you like to play some pickle ball? Okay. This is long. Okay. We'll was important part of my points. Okay. So at some point during the last refurbishment, this was a nap planned these shrimps by anybody someone added in a professional way in paid for its. Lines of pickle ball in the dancing rectangles on the tennis courts in the tennis play his felt territorial even though to tennis communities been shrinking in the pickle endangering community in growing. The tennis players vary upset than the pickle bullet plug ball players were upset because they said, well, why not just make pickle ball co-ord-? In administration was upset because they said we didn't approve this thing in no one no one really when over it. And you know, the tennis players had been trying to get rid of the pickle ball plays in. Everybody was trying to get rid of the dances. Because the dates is always leave scuff at a sometimes they don't come up, even though they say like try to have these. Like, they try. They regionally wore whatever dance shoes one. But they said all know you gotta wear. These would have shoes don't scuff, but you know, every once in a while so much shows up to dance and scuffing shoes. So that was also always a bone of contention. You know, everybody trying to get rid of the dances in also the dances saying can we take down the the tennis nets pickle ball nets? So he could dance full courts. In the again, a lot based on impression enough factor. And I think that's what I'm saying. But every known was happy with these new lines. This is what I hear. This was not when we have working at in. Everyone was not happy at administr. You know, the H O, I don't know how this private of pro for profit place. But even they said, we didn't do it who like we got paperwork to prove it. Some not official to staying a what did you say decay is stirred a lot of melodrama? What else? Yeah. So they they use they tried to figure out who did it. Everyone was pointing fingers. The dances were really the ones that took the brunt of it. But then they said why would we put up pickle ball? If we just wanna dance. It was enough crossover. Am j just trying to think I talked to a lot of the dances because they said, well that sounds really nice also dances upgraded. The lighting. This was official. This was no mystery with that market lighting in addition to the tennis alighting so that and the nights dance has had to court to us tennis pickle ball. They could turn off the main lights when the GATT the, and it would be a little bit more romantic or ambience pick in the pickle ball play said tried playing just a market lights within they said. Well, we don't want, you know, no-one stubbing the toe what else ballroom in the doc band lay in moonlight tap and under the stars, Diane without tap shoe. So because they said those stripe the courts. Night birds. That's an evening jitterbug. Midnight at ten in midnight and nine PM Tango. These are some of the groups that come in dance, you basically someone put stripes on the court. No, one was happy. Then everybody got used to it. And they forgot about it. Right. Lake. Also, they've you know, they've had to learn to work together with the scheduling so everybody gets access to the courts. Meanwhile, the shuffleboard annex also no one's they say, why don't we just close down the shuffleboard and access, but everybody said, what are we going to do an grandkids? Visit you know, the grandkids are the ones that like to play the shuffleboard so all that is gone on. He which sets the stage for our what would would what would become the mystery which talking with their worser trying to sell here. I'm just trying to think of have a lot more notes about scuffing shoes. And debating over it. Lot of debating I said, why don't you have a core based debate club in the no one got that joke one of our meetings. But I, you know, I only said it to the no one got Jean de Kate and get it. Oh, they said they got it. It just that they laughed on the inside. Okay. So then this next refurbishment into that even though people were still Canada talking. They forgot about it. They went back to the dancing to the pickle ball into the tennis. In in. Okay. So the pool was just closed. What we're here to cracking of this new case just a few days old sat stuff. So the pool was closed for refurbishment. It was just reopened. And of course, people had forgotten. No, no one that we know of everyone says, oh, I knew this would happen now. Eh? But no one was really watching in. You say yourself, you might put one and one together. And you say we'll they repainted the court again. No, diana. They upgraded and I'm not even sure would gee in decay and trying to figure out how to describe this the courts upgraded to upgrade to unbelievable level. Each with wake any changeable surfaces die in like. So there's a dance court. Is tennis court in a pickle ball courts in they roll up on the sings with a crank with Jesus. So that it's distributed. So it's easy like a bike gear. Willis, go into changeable gears, something I don't know hammer and lever. So they have a hardwood style dance for its rolls out drops right into place to people could do it. It's a system by the machinery, you roll a backup. It looks. It's composite surface somehow because it's all in a linked when it drops into little school like a little sunk in square, everything is flush, and it has like a little cushion underneath drops into think. That's what keeps it flush in just you wouldn't believe Diane just so nice. And then you do that you put down the tennis courts. And then you do it again in the pickle ball Koi is instead of being green. It's a blue tone with so anyway, I don't I don't understand why they needed to pick a ball has different lines. You're right. You're right. G. But it's a me. I can't believe he could just roll it out. I've been watching in 'em saying what a solution hit. This is a win win solution because everyone gets on surface. Don't gotta worry about the dances scuffing it up for the dances. They now have something that kind of looks like a dance full instead of dancing on courts. Yeah. It's it's hard for describe your right, gee to decay. You right. It's so simple. Really high quality. I like I would say this is probably where people I I don't know if anyone else it's the perfect. Oh, very good solution. No such thing as perfect solution. You're right. In this is where we would. That's why the hubbub there's no such thing as perfect solution. So there is a lot of residents up in arms about this solution. If found fault with it. I don't know like more impressionistic fall. In, you know, imagine the projection type fault, Diane. No one's happy about this whole. It seems pretty great in my opinion. Yeah. But that's not the mystery once again mysteries who's behind these flaws. These courts the changeable courts in the most straightforward solution that we. We thought was the the corporation that runs the town's in just like last time. They said nothing we have nothing to do with this. You know, they sit something each villages sewn entity with its decision making process in two funds allocated, whatever I don't know. But what's really interesting is when we moved down from that county that within now the the there's some sort of public private thing. I don't understand that. But you know, they still need some zoning permits all zoning permits filed for these courts so all of lake departments were in place. And we tried to trace that goes down, you know, shell within a shell. So then, of course, in natch, just a GED K in Namiki eight in that think at this day in but some of the other residents along with Jean de case, it will okay. See the contract would a company that makes these courts. Of flaws. You know, it and people really this was a couple days ago. They said this is some sort of attempt of viral marketing like they have vested interest in having a free court until Aachen about it. By getting these records were being advantaged know, you know, advantages of being taken on us because in the gonna profit every other town in the Ville every village in the town is going to want the Rhone multi cool, you could make multi millions in you know, because you gave us a free courts. And no one wants that wool pulled over. There is now is we went to the we we got a hold of them really quick because Jean de que with that was the first they said the most obvious solution. Like who stands to gain the most? So we contacted and they just laughed. They said we've been working at this with this community for a long time. We're not, of course, we wouldn't do that. What do you think we have way too much to lose not to gain invested way of vested interest is in following rules? Not breaking them. We we we could we could told you that that was going to happen in said everything was filed in I on our side by the book. In. We said, okay. So oh, they said you no, no it's paid for in full by this Holden corporate same one that did the permits we wouldn't do it for free in the manner. Like a great idea. Try it somewhere else in that in this community won't work. They said it's like ST UNC. So okay. So we thought about that. We said, okay. You know, now back to back to actually now, here's the other thing. Everyone wants these courts to torn down another part of this honing process because of the wave is this was a rule made with the communities in mind, we just passed the period where building in a demolition is allowed. Because now it's beginning of the season. When people start to live those past two months. The only time you'll add to refurbish bowls put in new courts or close down and Ted out. You know, do construction for the peace of the residence. So you can't tell you the court down or close. I mean, you could close it down. But they can't remove the things for another ten months. So the people even more unhappy about that because he was stuck with disgrace. Laughing. Diane only from perspective of the big femme. Could you could you laugh at this? I guess. Gene, decay. Do find it funny too. So let's see in summary. Diane. There's a new court rule set accord says no one is happy about it in. It's a mystery who did it. And why? Gene decay are here now is gonna ask him. If I did a good summary. The most obvious suspects were multiple incorporated into diligent contracting. LLC neither them did. It will be stew. It doesn't seem like they did. So the next lay group to and if it with the most on ecoutes with Jean de que okay? Hey, how would they come back? Hey, you know, as just trying to figure out who is next on the list. Oh, you just interviewed them. Awhile. It's recapping yet to take a little like, whoa. This part of the mystery is what happened. It was. You know, this mystery even encyclopedia Brown with Troy gach of you know, they say fancy Nancy doesn't do mysteries. But I would think she would like this is a pretty fancy solution. Okay. So you talk to the heads of all the groups. The pickle ball is a great dance community association. And tennis tennis brigade would have a lots of palace. Intrigue you to you? You got good ponds soli cow. Okay. But nothing seems. Like, you can't you can't put your finger on it. Because everyone wanted no bed is that would stir up trouble. You right. So who would do it not the dances? No, also, it costs a lot of money. Yes. It's so we I guess we have to look for close rights. Okay. So we gotta look around for clues or witnesses. Oh, gee, yo you're always on. It's. L wish we stunned over walk around hit with Diane walking around the courts now. Okay. What about that house? That's up on that hill. Oh, yes. Only house. It's really close to the court. She writes, so we should go ask them if they've seen anything. That's great idea will hurt anything. Okay. Let's let's let's go do day. And we'll be right back. Okay, diane. It's me I'm talking in an hopefully talking in a bit different voice. But I don't think I am. So we were a little bit closer exciting news. They'll tell you wanna first outing of stakes to to be on stay in about two stone. So great news. We went to the house. Now. No, one was home. We knocked on the door. We debated walking around the yard, and we did cut up kind of through like dry, drain drainage basin from the courts to widen Jean de que did, but after they were knocking on the door. Someone was walking the dog. They said, oh, why it lives there in why it has a store in town in then they sit in town town not to town like the regular town way. You know, the non like regular people, you know, everybody. The community surrounding the town. This is confusing to explain Diane. But the town nearby where every like a lot of people working this big provider of jobs. Okay. In the people, you know, right? Regular commute regular normal non retirement community. That's what I'm saying wide has a store there in. I wish is doesn't that make you not retire in? They said notes active adult community, and they said, okay, get it. I get of. So then we went to why it's shop and now why two inns up at TK and why no one in Huzzah. So really working in favor. He. In they holy cow. Diane, I tell you about this y it says shop, it's like a place really brilliant in this g indicate sold things or negotiated things that they've cleaned out of people's houses to why in who takes things like a bit like upgrade like a hip. This place is cool. Like, there was cool people in that was busy in lot of people at work. They're young, and they take things and they sell as a shop also sell it on the internet like EBay and things, but why like not only is an eye for books, and magazines and other things in particular, but wide has like refurbishes them like to to get him. Nice and ready for Sam because why was explaining it will book, you know, we don't get Newt too many new books, but something very good versus good is easier to sell yourself more money. And then we can talk about what she wants. I love being he like being to store. Also, you know wide is recent not too long ago few years like w ide-, you know, like, so why is like, you know, investing in work. In bit y you know, a big pharmacist. And like, I am is pipe that was an eye. So it's interesting. So why it's I like to work gives me a lot of jobs offer, these young people, you know, hype by things off of people like Jean de que or the people's representing. So like put a little money in other people's pockets. It's kind of fun. So so they then why we said, you know, about these score the struggle with to court in white said, you better believe it like, you know, I can hear when people get not happy with one another. I can hear them my house this why state shot more or less. Like, you know, I work late until they know everything's wrapped up. So go home and get some peace and quiet. And we said did you enjoy the refer basement by? Oh, yeah. You know, I used to like pipe, and I we used to sit out in the back, you know, the back as a house. So you had you could go to and you could figure out whatever you turned do. You know during the day, we would sit there and during the night. And now, I still go back and sit out there. So I might be back there laid though. But I so I haven't seen anything now. Because I know, gee, I know gca decay forget to cover this. That was the first question heavy seen anything do heard anything watch. It. None. I'm sitting out like seven to one, you know, reading drinking tea relaxing after a day of work run in the shop. Also. Anyway, we're here doing a stakeout wide. So we could stay out and look what said, gee, which oh pipe. Okay. Let me see Diane leaf which on hold and try to get hold of pipe. Be right back. See if I could track down why why pipe? Okay. That was private. It's the reason. I it didn't record it is. 'cause it was private conversation. I you know, I wanted to check with pipe ni- talked to pipe in pipe mechanic confirms. Why it said they used to they like they would sit together. They would enjoy the evening. They have so many memories tied up in this house in so to really commit like this. Why why Stacey? So I guess nothing. Nothing nothing to help case. I don't know gene decay have something the whispering about so. But if now whispering I'm Mike I can't do anything about it. Oh, okay. Thanks, gene. Thanks. You do like so they used to go dancing. They were even in the before the out to a dancing. They would dance here on the patio in by very proud that even like that's how they supplement. The like why used to sell things at the flea market and would wake magazines and stuff pipe acid-. Why would like put them under the mattress in the extra room and put weights and the mattresses. That's why it's a secret message for. Wake way wooded. Why didn't I say that? That's what type said, I guess it was a secret. That's why I shouldn't be saying it on the microphone. Yet guests Diane won't tell. But so that's a way a gift by said that you take a mattress. Now. This is a secret is so so, but I guess it's good if you refer Shing, Yonne magazines books, then you put a piece of plywood on top of that verse you put the magazines books under the mattress. Then you take the mattress. Then you take polite would that's everybody misses out. According to Wyatt telling this to a. Then you put weight on you could now if you wanna get it just pretty good read, you could just leave it. But why would put those big round weights? Of course, he get it aggresssive too. In any other weights would do even close stuff, but the most effective things around heavyweights what are those called plights away plates? So I guess now which is sitting he just sitting here. I mean, it was good to talk to a very nice. But very very seem like a lovely couple end. Again. We I told like by two said, wow, that store sounds great. Wish could go with you in a said, it's very peaceful. So I said, well, you know, wish you like or very cool. Like an y said that was peaceful here it because accords just quiet down before that. There was still people. Now his thing we could hear the court wrapping up. It was late when they rolled back. That was pretty quiet. But we could definitely he lots of disagree like hubbing in harassing would. Now. It's quiet to quit courts close down. Now. Ten PM as quiet time. He. So yeah, I'm still I guess I'm feeling like, I don't know something because gene decay could see on your faces. Day. We will how long are we going to be at this over the stakeouts already over while? It's hoping we'd need it like in the movies where we have a servicer coffee, though, you to shouldn't have coffee in an snack foods, but you should so probably best at wise stakeout over though Fanta minnow cracked the case or really, oh, yeah. It was just waiting to tell you. Way too sick cracked a case of how to keep me magazines. Nice. Oh, just gonna wait. Oh, he comes. Yeah. I think that's probably why it's called it. Just oh this why now Hawaii it's. Oh, okay. I forgot why can't seem think she thinks. Okay. So dying of me run through what's happening here. Okay. Why did gene decay? Jisr said, you know, we figured it out. We put everything together. It's nicer peaceful at that's I how they got. Why is God down? Okay. So why it's about to do monologue day? And I'll just go forward. Well, holy cow. Would aside Dane is reacting. So yeah, I did it. I replace the courts. You definitely figured it out. Will you welcome to tell everyone that understand. That did something would was a win win win without people's permission. And I knew that it was something. Nice. But I did have ulterior motives she ride g right decay. And I'm sorry for that. Oh, you don't know. Okay. Well, I'm happy to tell you everything is just one piece missing of the cost. Okay. I'll explain to basically, I just want like figured once people got used to these new courts, they could enjoy them when they're enjoying the courts after they've got used to the change. People would start to be, you know, it's still be some noise in pingpong and splat splat ball in the dancing people kind of arguing over whether the ball is in out that doesn't bother me. But when everybody's debating or when it's a switchover like sometimes, I'll be home in those switch over from dance. You know, eight o'clock it becomes pick ball our ordained sow a tennis, our, you know, I couldn't take out of that that it's I talk in. I did like years ago. I I was the one who did the lines. So that the people who pick a ball because I don't know if you knew this. They were using chalk for lines in tennis, people weren't happy about that. And then no one's ever been happy with. Scuffing from the dancing, and you think about the poor T. Nah, I could sleep to a Tampa. And so just laughed here in the night was sitting tap dancing. But you know, it's not as fun to tap dance. In Clissold shoes. You know, what would you know, that would have Paul Simon? You know, if you had diamonds on the soles shoes, you wouldn't be able to dance here. So I saw I found out. I did the lines before too. So everybody would be happy. In kind of work. Then I was researching the NFL out about this multicolored system now also had figure out how to pay for its now, this is where you call. He say why it you would doing something, you know, without permission? Would actually synchronicity because they have got so many magazines and books that I can't keep them all refurbish. I just don't have the capacity in extent, I looked I went down and went to a trade show in Las Vegas. I saw how have the cushion in the court sits on tap, the cushion, the cushion, sinks, you know, makes it easy for people's bodies. But also helps keep the court lacked in place, and I put some magazines and so books down there. Now only do at night now when people are playing but at night, I go down the and replace a pull up the lowest Koi put down the books, and then I pull him back out again after a few hours because I don't want anybody. I don't want it to be off level for anyone in. That's I paid for the courts was with the courts are going to pay themselves at mine. You know, I financed. It of course. Yeah. But it's it's a revenue from more refurbish books and magazines easily pay for the cost of the courts, you know, anything else that you know, it's not that I need to keep it. So, you know, I'm gonna full the back into the work as he. May be able to provide a free childcare at the store. So really is you know, another win. I guess a and also get to sit out here. Once once everything quiets down people won't be disagreeing about everybody will have what they want. Yo I I know I know it's a bit codependent a little bit. But if you know, you can think about telling when not telling I'm fine with either way, I will accept to you know, and then people will have. 'cause I mean, even if you tell them, I did it, you know, I may have to move out, and I wouldn't be happy about that. But you know, because this has means lots me a lot of positive memories here. But if I do I can accept it. I I mean, they would have to wait ten months to you know, to get rid of it and ten months again to keep the courts. I'm sure that. But it wouldn't you know wouldn't. The payments longer than ten months. So I would have, you know, happenings charted out to keep it going. But without us. You know what I mean? But that's fine. I can accept you know, I can accept things edges ASU to sit here with me tonight and a stakeout abroad some cocoa in this isn't a cocoa bribe. It's just a chance for you to enjoy the evening nasdeq. Oh, it's a closed. Also, I put a remote in. So I can turn those market lights through the trees down that looks really nice. Maybe the two you wanna go down the Danes something just for fun. But again, we'll just decide as we decide only Diana Encana again, I'm an arrest here. Michigan just sit next to why? While gene, decay dance. Oh, wow. They just ran down in the candidates seeing with him on another giggling in having fun acing. I think this is case is been cracked, and then re you know, had can imagine, gene decay. Letting everyone win, you know. As so. But he like, yeah. Who they're spinning in the moonlight. And I think I'm spinning off to dreamland. Diane, good nights. Air. One of recent really reviewed bad gas over an apple podcast to seventy seventy seven hundred from the UK best thing ever had trouble getting sleep for ten years, Trent all the rubbish that the people told me, I guess the first thing to work to source listening to if I you'll think it's weird then you'll be asleep. 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Ep. 237 - Losing 100 Pounds & Eliminating $551K in Debt - ONE Habit at a Time

The ONE Thing

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Ep. 237 - Losing 100 Pounds & Eliminating $551K in Debt - ONE Habit at a Time

"This is the one thing podcast where we teach you the surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results. I'm your host Jeff wits the path to getting everything you want starts by getting one. Thank time one of the things that we've experienced just with working with people in our living in community events and inside the companies. We go into is that you all WanNa make change right. There are so many things that you want for your life and when you view all the things that you need to do as things that are on your plate it can be overwhelming the opportunities that when you start living the one thing you learned of you. Those things is Dominos and chas like you did when you were a kid you line them up and he simply look at the first one and you walk away at it until it falls. If it's the correctly domino what happens. That's right they all fall. Everything else becomes easier or unnecessary. The secret to you on your journey to living the one thing is to think big. Go Small and trust that the dominoes will fall. The person you're going to meet today has an amazing story as you'll hear he at one point in his life back in two thousand twelve. He found himself weighing three hundred pounds so he was one hundred pounds. Overweight had a drinking problem had a gambling problem. Smoking problem is marriage was on the brakes and it took a true rock bottom moment for him to turn his life around. We're going to walk through. How making so much change started with one simple thing. Well we hope that you focus on is the Alexander quote that people do not decide their futures it side their habits their habits decide their futures. This is especially relevant because two day. If you're listening to this on the day that releases we are launching a brand new sixty six day challenge inside are living your one thing community that this gentleman is a part of one of the things that we know. Is that the vast majority of you who have gone on a sixty. Six challenge have failed and we know from the data from our living in one community members owned their last sixty six challenge. Seventy eight percent of them succeeded and the difference between failure and success was just a community support him. Along the way today you are going to hear a story of how one person completely transformed his life. One habit at a time if you'd like to join us on the sixty six challenge you still have time you can go to the one thing dot com slash habits. That's what the number one in the URL. That's the one thing dot com slash habits. Que- would encourage you to pause the episode at Join US right now. Seeing get started with that. Let's get into this episode with Matt. Plummer Matt I'm excited for this conversation today because your story is truly a story of thinking big going small and trusting that the dominoes will fall. Take us back to two thousand and twelve. What was going on in your life. At the time I had A. I had a stressful job. I was trading time for money we We made my wife and I At that point we'd been married all of about sixteen months. My I always fought weight and I had reached my pinnacle. Or you know if you WANNA use another word rock-bottom moment Where I was three hundred pounds. I was an alcoholic addictive. Sports Gambler and Smoking a pack of cigarettes a day working endlessly and tirelessly to try to outrun my spending. I know a lot of people Talk about that rock bottom moment when you probably tell yourself for a long time that things are fine and you're not really dealing with the issue. What God she did that moment. It was simply an accumulation of decisions. That that you know. It's the eating you know going out. And eating the wrong food at the wrong times and quantities combined with you know sports gambling and losing that turns to drinking that turns to you know real toxic relationships that simply just you know has the the elbow curve going in the wrong direction. What was the straw that broke camel's back fail I'll never forget it just And my wife and I were in counseling. At the time we were having conversations with with people just to you know obviously work on a ourselves to make us better and I'll never forget the moment when my counselor asked me if I wanted to stop drinking and wanted to stop you know. Wanted to stop the stuff and I frankly said no and he said well Matt. You've got twelve months where you're going to be dead divorced. Jailer broke and as I'm sitting there on the couch at two hundred and ninety three pounds. I can't get comfortable and I can't sit on the couch. And that was the moment that I knew that I had the change of my wife sitting on the other side and tears and I don't fit on the couch. That was the moment where I knew I had to make a change or there wasn't gonna be there wasn't going to be a two thousand and thirteen. I can only imagine being in that moment. I mean so many people listen. This have struggled with wanting to lose weight wanting to make a change and yet they don't realize they've unconsciously formed habits that make that extremely challenging. What did you start doing so the Earlier that year my friends and I had actually. There's five of started a weight loss We lost the weight loss. The weight loss challenge. And you had to pay if you didn't hear certain numbers and I wasn't going to hit my certain number for the first quarter So it was I had to I had to essentially buy in and That pain of you know what I went through what I just mentioned plus that paying of the money That got me into action and I just did a little research online. I found a Health and fitness company online. And I simply said where can I start? Because I had lost weight in the past and I've gained weight. I mean I probably lost and gained twenty pounds a dozen times and so I've found meal replacement company that had an online presence and I simply drank meal replacement shake instead of going through McDonald Every single day. And that's that was the the lead domino that That helped start a fairly significant domino. Run over the next decade fast forty year. What is life look like? We're in twenty thirteen? Yeah so actually An eleven months later I lost one hundred pounds Had become sober. I had stopped sports betting and I was almost the point where I was not smoking any cigarettes at all. It's pretty remarkable considering where you were in eleven months if you told me in eleven months he lost one hundred pounds. That's impressive on. Its own but to say that she also stopped drinking disabled. You also stop gambling to say that you also almost completely quit smoking. How did that all happen in such a short period of time? You know when you align the right Domino's and you you you you start so small which I did and you trust that the dominoes falling you stack up the habit and do a line all of your so called challenges right the thing that you want and you kinda work backwards and say this is where I wanna be. How do I get there? And they all fed off of each other. I think that's something that That helped me was. They all fed off one another. You know I was overweight. I would go to the bar I would drink. I would place bets. I would go to McDonald. That would go home. And so when that is your routine and one of the one of the chips starts falling right if I'm not eating at McDonald's on both ends of the day And I'm drinking meal replacement shake and then I go to the bar to drink water and then I don't place as many bets. I align the right dominoes and they all started to fall. See fast-forward you've you've lost one hundred pounds. You've stopped drinking. You've stopped gambling. You've basically quit smoking yet. Here you are finding yourself dealing with another massive challenge. What was that so while everything was great we quickly found out that our lifestyle have had exceeding our income and as we make the turn and we start focusing on the new year. We quickly realized that we were five hundred. Fifty one thousand dollars in debt did did you that you were in bed or was it. The did you finally just check how to. How does that happen well so for us you know so much of it was lifestyle and you know it was the House. It was a couple of cars. It was a couple of vacation property. And you know we were selling widgets. Allowed us to Afford the payments. And no we just we were. We were in that. We were that cycle that we could afford the payment. We will buy it Without realizing that. You're actually accumulating a massive amount of debt. Yeah so you've you've overcome some pretty big challenges before. What a highs did you have on what you'd call accomplished over the last twelve months that you're able to apply to your debt reduction so when you stare five hundred fifty one thousand dollars in that in the face. It is overwhelming. You know what I realized with my weight loss journey. You know losing one hundred pounds. I didn't focus on the hundred pounds. I focused on losing ten pounds and time and so with breaking down the debt A majority of a some of it was with the House but we had over two hundred twenty thousand dollars of consumer debt And so we had to one. We had to identify how much more we were spending versus earning and we had to address that first to create the Delta. So we now attack the debt You said this word a few times we. It's not like you just one out this on your own. How in the world did you go about getting aligned with your wife through this process? You Know Melinda. She had been there for so long. I mean we've been together now. Twenty plus years as a couple and with her you know with her faith in with her trust in our relationship She went on her own Physical transformation and you know. I think the best thing that we did was. We did not blame each other. When it came to. Whose fault it was that you know. We went shopping on Amazon and then we went shopping at BMW then we went shopping at timeshare USA. I we just admitted because the that we had made mistakes and that we were going to get through it together. Did that come natural to you or did you have to work at that. You know for us. It did come a little natural What was not natural was the logistics of how we were going to do it For so long we didn't tell each other. No it was just yes yes yeah and There was some there was definitely some a little bit of conflict however I would say three four five months into Into the journey We both got on on the same page pretty quickly. Yeah so walk us through. You mean you talk about losing weight ten bounds at a time ten times. Walk us through how you actually attack the debt. So without getting too granular. You know we looked at. Where could we make some big Chess moves in our in our house in our in our household budget. And Are you know? What could it be sell I? So where were we overspending that we could easily sell? How can we increase our income and What could we negotiate or way out and it was a combination of all three of those first ninety days And then you know. Unfortunately my dad passed away at the At the age of sixty and we had a little bit of Life Insurance Money about twenty five or thirty thousand dollars and because we had gone through the first ninety day. Push Budgeting of building the right habits When that check came in although it was representation of my dad passing away I knew exactly exactly what I was called to do with that money. And so When that check at the bank account we just simply started writing checks. We got ahead of it. It was the thing that created the biggest Delta for us And then we just. We just grabbed a hold of it and launched from there and Created the a three four thousand dollars a month snowball and You know at that point. It was just mathematics just a matter of time. How long did it take you to declare the five hundred and fifty one thousand so we ended up selling a house For the house was about three hundred of that We ended up selling a house. It was It was just time. It's not part of a a planet was part of our plan POLKA total forty months. Start to finish folks. We hope you're enjoying this episode. We have a message that we want to share with you from our sponsors ziprecruiter right now. We cannot be overwhelmed. We have to work to keep our loved one safe and protect our communities. We have to work to stay strong to stay connected to stay focused. We've to work to inspire to innovate to build new solutions. 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Plus it's easy to add on health benefits and even 401K's fear team many of the old school payment providers just weren't built for the way that modern small businesses work. Gusto as soon as we go into the new year asked the question. Should we let somebody else? Where some of those hats that? Maybe I shouldn't be wearing in this case listeners. Of the one thing podcast can get three free months when they run their first payroll. Try See for yourself at Gusto. Dot Com slash one that's G. U. S. T. O. DOT COM SLASH O. N. E. You think about it. I mean I'm imagining if I woke up with five hundred. Sixty one thousand dollars in debt. If you told me that in less than five years it would be gone. It's hard to imagine yet. Here you are in less than five years. You went from being a hundred pounds overweight having a drinking problem gambling problem. Smoking Addiction Disconnected with your wife five hundred fifty one thousand dollars in debt to losing one hundred pounds stopping drinking. No more gambling. No more smoking connected with your wife and and shouting that Jeff. It's the ultimate freedom. Knowing that you're in great health you have a deficit of spending versus earnings. You have you don't owe anybody any money and you're simply a few more chess moves away from having the ultimate life that you can do anything that you want when you removed so many of the big stressors in life the weight the debt and even the biggest key relationships you can have it changes everything. Yeah yeah now I mean. I've been seeing engagement in the living. Your one thing community for Xiaolong. You've been a member now. Herman Happier yes. Oh I'm curious because you've been living the one thing for a while. Now reflecting back on everything you have had to tackle. How has the one thing supported you on your journey? The best thing that I know of inside of the community like the the number one thing that I love is. There's always somebody that a few chapters ahead that's willing to pour into you or willing to make a post or willing to shoot a video or willing to come on a podcast that simply. Just give you that clarity and that helps paint that picture and that vision that you're on the right track there just on. Domino's sixteen eighteen thirty to fifty six. Whatever it is and they've cleared the path that you're running on their expressway instead of trying to go through the poorest yourself you think of moments where you realized you were standing in the forest. You weren't clear on the next step and somebody in the community was able to reach back. Grab your hand and how bully thrill you know. I look at some of the podcast Chris. Whereas podcast Abe Shreeves podcasts. Keep Cunningham's podcast that they didn't personally reach back however just that exposure in that community of the ability. That knowing that the information's there the the events like the people in the community at the live events. You know is so important Because you you're meeting people that aren't in your industry that aren't purposely engaged in the in the facebook page because they have different things however when you go to these events one two three times a year It makes all the difference in the world Similar about that. Why look at You know my very first event that I went to The one thing was I believe the summer of twenty two thousand eighteen and then I went And the fall of twenty eight thousand. I believe and so when it comes to getting the it's one thing to read the book. It's another thing to read the podcast. I listen to podcasts. And it's another thing to actually go to the event and be surrounded live with a hundred two hundred other business owners and support staff that are all struggling and thriving in their businesses. However you have that common language and the people are just so eager and so open to to help you I think it's I think it's completely ironic that And I'll never forget this job one of the things that was struggling and holding me back at our very first event that I went to and summer of eighteen is the thing that I'm doing now full time as a business owner. What changed everything for you. I went all the way out and I saw where I wanted to go in for so long I was looking at the present and and looking into the future and I never went all the way out. I didn't know five years out. I didn't go ten years out and when I went all the way out the ten years of what I want and what Melinda and I want and I worked myself back and I go back to the now. I saw that the thing I was doing and the widget I was creating at the time wasn't going to be the thing that even got me close to five years. Let alone where I wanted. I'm Dave for now. It's so good too. I remember this. I remember you. Sharing an awe at the event is coming full circle for me right now. Which is really cool. And what matters sharing for you. Who's listening to this? The reason that follow a process like goal setting to the now is because when when you just set your goals looking forward all you're thinking about is okay. This is where I am today. And you're asking well. What can I possibly accomplish this year? And you're asking questions that automatically impose a ceiling over what's possible for you because you're thinking about what you can do what your comfort zone is. what your skill set is and it's it's just about what you think you can do. It's a doable goal. And that's not frankly were extraordinary results. Lie By when you go through a process where you're asked to cast a vision for the future about. What extraordinary looks like you go into this state of curiosity? Were you genuinely asked like remove all IFS ands buts limiting beliefs? What is extraordinary? Look like for me and when you cast that vision and then imagine looking back on your life and say well great. Where would I be five years from now to feel like I'm attracted to that someday? The once you have that great what do I need to be by the end of this year to be on track for the five? Suddenly you can actually see a path to getting there and so now. What I'm hearing you say is in two thousand eighteen. You're just looking forward and you learn how to goal sets the now and you fast forward less than two years and the full transformation has happened. Yeah I mean if you look at where where I was in twenty eighteen. I had just paid off all the debt and we were looking at that. How can we increase our income through that? How could we increase our income and looking at it through that Lens and I couldn't see past it however after going and putting a few victories on the board had the courage to look look out and goal set to the now when you reflect on your journey? You've said the word habits. So many times what has been some of the keystone habits that you formed. That made everything else easier or a necessary when we look at finances fitness in time. The commonality between all of them is if you do something. It's too late if you are trying to lose weight and you want to track what you eat if you track it after you've eaten the food it's too late so putting the food into my fitness Powell before you eat it changes everything when it comes to your physical transformation and when you do the exact same thing with your money before it hits your bank account majority of the people listening to this. Podcast know how much they're gonNA make. The next month may not know what they're gonNA make the following year. But they know what they're gonNA make the next month and so if they can plan that money before it even hits the bank account and tell everydollar what to do and give it a job before it hits the bank account. You're going to win and when it comes to time time after time off new time block. You're planning time and time. Walk your one thing when you tell your time what to do and what you're GonNa do in that I'm be or it happened. You're setting yourself up for victory folks. We hope you're enjoying this episode with Matt Plumber. We wanted to let you know that in just a few weeks we will be kicking off brand new sixty six challenge inside are living your one thing community now while everybody can choose to go on a sixty six day challenged by themselves. What we know from the research we've done is that most people actually fail when they try to do it by themselves and are living. Your one thing community is a group of people that are dedicated to living this at the highest level. And doing it with the support of community behind them. These are people who are not looking just to get but they are looking to give. They are looking to lock arms with like minded people and achieve something extraordinary. In fact seventy eight percent of our community members who just sixty six challenge with US actually succeeded in doing the sixty six that is mind blowing. If you have ever gone on a sixty six challenge in this episode. We wanted to spotlight one of our community members. Evan Oslo we know how challenging it can be to string together. Sixty six days of doing one thing consistently. It's very tough and there are so many limiting beliefs that pop into your mind and Evan shared with us that the value that he has gotten is that there is always been at least one person who was able to answer any question provided an offer meaningful support in fact just recently. He was having some doubts in some struggles as he was going on his community and he he asked for help and another member raised their hand and they got on the phone and it he shared. How helpful it was to be able to actually have the discussion with somebody who is in issues. Who understood the position that he was in and helped him move forward with so much? More confidence folks. You are one habit away from something. Extraordinary question is if no one succeeds alone. Why try to? We hope that you will join us on next sixty six day challenge start by taking a few minutes. Go to the one thing dot com slash habits that's with the number one in the URL. The one thing dot com slash habits and join us. So what I'm hearing you say Matt is that since twenty twelve really. You've learned how to set a goal and based on that goal. You allowed it to tell you how to be appropriate in the moment. It's not like you went through the day reacting. You had a vision. That vision informed your behavior and you acted so that would be an alignment with the person you wanted to become identified the right priority And I love it. It's it's everything you just shared was about having a plan versus reacting because I I've been there my wife and I on on Sundays. We'll sit down and do a family meeting and we look at our four one one. We look at our budget and show much of it. If we're being honest right now is we say where our money's going to go for the week and then immediately the plan does not go according to plan and were in reaction remote for it. So what advice would you give to somebody who whether it's weight loss whether it's finances? Whoa what's one thing they can do such set by doing it? Everything else would be easier or a necessary one of the easiest things to do because it's so hard to go from. This is where we're going to go and then react is the majority of people are using credit versus debit. And I always suggest when you can make that small shift of just using cash or debit card in front of instead of credit card. You're now using present dollars versus future dollars combining out with looking at where my money going every single day and did did that follow the plan with my budget. That's the lead domino. That can make everything else easier on necessary. I'm hearing when it comes to finances for a lot of people that are using credit cards and there is no limit. And if you use the checking because there's only so much money that's in there It's it's automatically going to make you more aware of it and when you start doing that then sets you up actually see. How am I doing against plan? Yeah and you said You said Keyword there awareness and we have a mutual friend that that said awareness. You know it's over fifty percent of everything awareness and it does the heavy lifting When it comes to finances one you be when you make that decision and then become intentional. Those are the three steps to creating any type of financial or physical transformation. What about for that person who wants to go on a journey to losing way? What's the habit that you found that? That could really bring to them. They're so many ways to lose weight when it comes to the different the different diets the different lifestyle. However there's only one way to truly lose weight and that is have a caloric deficit and so when you can find the right product or food that will allow you to create the caloric deficit the right product the right food or the right lifestyle whether plant based or Kito or whatever if you can find that meal replacement shake or you can stop eating at seven PM. Highly intermittent bathroom one of those small things that can be such a simple lead domino. That will start a run that can transform your life forever. Love it looking back on your Journey Matt. No one day if you had a chance to sit down with twenty twelve matt the day before the counseling session. What would you tires off that? They're going to be. There's going to be days that all of this is going to be hard and it's going to be overwhelming and doing the right thing doing the same thing that's getting you the small results. It's going to work and you're going to win your love that a Recently on my journey. It's it's been amazing once I've when you're on this side of the Mike and when you're a practice leader of it you have to live it right. So this idea of thinking going small entrusting. The dominoes will fall and finally at that point. My journey where I really truly in my bones believe it for for years it was a nice thought and just said okay. Jeff Trust the process. Trust the process. But now I've just I've seen enough evidence in my own life and then just talking to other people who've been in the community to know it. It really is true. The the path to getting everything you want is to get one thing at a time that you have to think big you have to go small so small. That is that two inch little domino. That you like you discount it because it's so small like effort effortlessly if you flick your favorite falls and you discount that it will actually make an impact in your life because you're just looking at that one domino in isolation it. You're not connecting that. How that one domino will knock down the next which will knock down the next which will knock down the next and it compounds over time to the point that it is massive and it all starts with one thing. Matt I I WanNa thank you for a few things first and foremost for coming onto the show and sharing your journey. Because I know that whether it be weight loss whether it be debt. Wha Be getting on the same page with your significant other in these are real challenges that people struggle with and and most of all is want to thank you for being a practice lehrer for being in the community last two and a half years for engaging the way that you've engaged for showing up that you have on all the group coaching calls and then just You people like you are the reason that we do that. This company exists. So thank you for for being evidence of what this looks like while I I appreciate that. Thank you Jeff. You know it's it's it's fun to be a part of something when the leadership makes it so easy and There's so much value has I've seen with the you know the last thirty months of being a part of this community. It's only getting better. This is simply the you know. This is probably the fifth or sixth or maybe eighteen domino of of of your all journey and it is It is an honor and a privilege to be an active community member and Someone that that looks or to our group. Coaching calls our events And Every Monday when the podcast dropped pre Chaman. I'm curious What what's your next habit going to be that you're gonNA form when we kick off the next challenge. And if he wakes so there are some things that have you know kind of slipped into my world that that I'm not happy with and so I'm going to take a page out of your playbook and simply focus on My priorities versus other people's priorities. Just that that first. Five minutes of the day to take that first quick plant Make sure my head's right and And continue they'll make sure my priorities are are ahead of everyone else. Is it the check your four one one before you check your email? Yeah Yeah Baby. It's a good one good asmawil. Good luck there. You have it our conversation with Matt plummer. I remember being in a room with Jerry. Kelly shared you're never more than five years away from the life that you truly want to be living and when you look forward and imagined five years it seems so distant. It doesn't seem real it. The truth is most of us. Have things in our life that we desperately want to change. The truth is if we went back five years we wanted to change it back until the reason that that challenge still exists in. Our life is because there was one thing that we did not start doing that. Had we done it? Everything else would have been easier or unnecessary. We hope that this episode will inspire you to realize that whatever you are struggling with whether it's weight whether it's addiction whether it is finances whether it's connection whatever it may be your one habit away you are one habit away from achieving. Something truly extraordinary questioners will today be the day that you do something different. It you make a commitment to doing one thing that's so small. It's a two inch domino. Effortlessly with the flick of a finger it will fall and go on a sixty six. Stay challenge to making that one thing. A habit that sticks if you'd like to do it with the support of a community designed to increase your odds of success dot com slash habits at the time of this release. We are kicking off that new challenge to day right now. Will you join us? Who's loved to welcome you into the community and supports you in making a habit that can truly decide your future if this episode has brought valid. You please leave us a rating and review on your podcast player of choice and if you are new to the one thing welcome click the subscribe button so all future episodes will automatically downloaded to your device of choice. Thanks so much for investing your time with us. I'm your host Jeff Woods afford to being with you in the next episode.

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El mejor acento espaol

Espa?ol con Juan

22:49 min | Last month

El mejor acento espaol

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NPR News: 06-16-2019 9PM ET

NPR News Now

04:57 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 06-16-2019 9PM ET

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business. From menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine, Herbst, scores of people are continuing to occupy the streets in Hong Kong following a massive protest against a controversial extradition. Bill today many camped out overnight, while others were seen putting up. Barricades reports say the atmosphere is relaxed in contrast to the tension of the past week. The BBC's Charanjit Lyle is in Hong Kong. They said Monday morning, after the fed mass demonstrations in Hong Kong. And it is a stormy gray Monday, I should add, but they all still protest is on the street. There is still a great deal of anger here, amongst Hong Kong as anger over this extradition, Bill. They wanted scrapped entirely at the moment, it's only been suspended indefinitely. They're also angry about what they say, was the excessive use of police force in the demonstrations, last Wednesday that did result in quite a number of people hurt. It also led to a number of arrests. As well, the BBC Charanjit Lal reporting a massive power outage has hit Argentina and several neighboring nations, causing severe disruption for tens of millions of people NPR's Philip Reeve's reports that Argentine officials are saying electrons now restored for more than half the country, many times, we're looking forward to a relaxing Sunday. Celebrating Father's Day with the family. Instead, they woke to find themselves in the midst of one of South America's biggest ever power outages at around seven AM local time, the electricity supply crashed across Argentina and in parts of neighboring Odaguard in Paraguay train. Stop running shops, and restaurants. Shut hospitals and airports relied on generators, it happened while some areas were holding local elections voters cast ballots using cell phones. Torches Argentina's president Murray CO Macanese calling the outage unprecedented and his Auden investigation. His energy secretary says it's not fought to be sabotage clip reads and beyond us in. India's imposing tariffs on the US. The duties were announced last year. But the country delayed implementation until today after talks on a broader US India trade deal broke down and Washington dropped India's preferential trade status last month. The terrorists cover about one and a half billion dollars worth of goods on several products, including apples, and almonds. Phoenix. Mayor que Galago says an altar -cation between police and a young family was completely inappropriate and unprofessional. She's calling for action. This after a video emerged showing police pointing guns and yelling profane commands at a father and a pregnant woman with their two young daughters. Couple says they didn't realize their four year old daughter took a doll from the store. Jerry Williams is the city's police chief. I know there are people that are angry out there. I'm angry the twenty nine hundred other officers are angry. But at the end of the day, I o ATar community to listen to those forces speaking there on KNX V TV, the family has filed a ten million dollar lawsuit against the city. You're listening to NPR news. People in Guatemala went to the polls today to choose the country's next president all one hundred sixty members of congress and hundreds of local officials today, Emily green reports the election was marred by allegations of corruption. And vote-buying two of the top presidential candidates were disqualified. Another was arrested in Miami on charges of conspiring with the scene alot cartel now. Former first lady, Sandra thought is, is a favorite among a field of nineteen presidential candidates. She's facing allegations of illegal campaign financing in the two thousand fifteen election and other top candidate is a former head of the national prison system. He was accused of participating in a massacre of inmates. Seventy two year old retired professor Ugo that by said allegations of vote-buying are adding to his, his appointment, it's a trustworthy election. He says it's not entirely democratic if no presidential candidate gets fifty percent of the vote, there will be a runoff on August eleventh. For NPR news. I'm Emily green and San Marco squad. Damola a jersey belonging to late New York, Yankees baseball star Babe Ruth sold for a record five point six million dollars at auction this weekend, the gray road uniform dating back to the nineteen twenties was one of hundreds of items, the Ruth, family and some collectors put up for sale at an auction at Yankee Stadium this weekend hunt auctions, which handled the sale says the price breaks a record for the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia, ever sold Reuss family says a portion of the money from this sale. Wilco to charity. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to NPR news from Washington.

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#BOUARS FA CUP 4TH ROUND REVIEW [feat. @Angeell_Gabriel]

Up Gunners NG

05:20 min | 10 months ago

#BOUARS FA CUP 4TH ROUND REVIEW [feat. @Angeell_Gabriel]

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778 - Lemonade Stand Spring | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2 E11

Sleep With Me

1:05:59 hr | 1 year ago

778 - Lemonade Stand Spring | Big Farm in the Sky P.I. S2 E11

"PR ex. Ladies and gentlemen, boys girls in friends beyond the binary. It's time for the podcast or who's trying to sound like a announcer on a train to sleepy town. Keep your pillows comfortable in your stuff. Tripled up to your chin if you'd like to. It's time for sleep with me, the podcasts puts you to sleep. Hey, if you check out our merch store lately, because we had some sweet stuff in there. And listeners are loving. Everyone is buying that Bella flow flowing tank for, for the spring, and the summer are lounge pants are sleep pants, or selling really, well, we're going to be adding some new stuff to the store this spring. But we've got to sleep spray custom sleep phones, some beautiful shirts, some beautiful prince and you could get it all. It's sleeping me. Podcast dot com slash store. So get over there, supports show rock your merchandise share the picks with me. So I can say thanks that sleeping me, podcast dot com slash store. 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Whatever keeping you awake. Whether it's thoughts feelings, physical sensations. It changes in time or temperature. Maybe you know, stuff you've been on your mind stuff that you're feeling physically or motionlessly, we're just changes or just you can't sleep. How about that or wake up and kick it back to sleep? And whatever it is at liked to take your mind off that gets us. Nice safely sear citizen. Plenty of room on your personal space, splaying distance, very comfortable command. In, in, what am I gonna do is gonna send my voice across the deep Dirk night him to use? Lulling soothing. Creaky dulcet Jones, pointless, meanders, super fullest, tangent soli cow. I don't know. Like I just Fisher myself blow like if Tange sort of balloon, I'd be a balloon seller teen, gentle balloons that was on my journey out there Elba was only released in Germany under those, right. It was under the name. Nardin Chardonnay Noir. It was my cabaret album. Dan, gentle balloons. It was a good one that would actually we just did a dance remix of it, too. But that's another life was was my point. Go superfluous tangents to go off topic really. What I'm here to do is keep you company if you're new. Hi, welcome. Glad you're here. Don't worry, we'll talk about inflatable inflatable tangents. I think if talked about that before. But if you're new, here's a couple of things I'm glad you're here this fat gas, a little bit different. So I don't exactly know it like I've been doing it. Whatever seven almost say, don't they still don't exactly know how to set the expectations. No, if you're skeptical totally make sense in, if you're not sure about dispatched gas. Of course. Why wouldn't be like it's a podcast which is sleepy say, well, what's your, you know, while lemme? Is. So that's why I say. Well, I'm not sure how to say the expectation they'll tell you, the Spag guess a little bit different. It doesn't make a whole on a sense, and it does take some adjusting to get used to or not like most listener say, well, listen two or three times, and then it stopped I started falling asleep, and I realized that doesn't make a whole lot of sense. So I guess, like just see how goes citrus. I mean just here to help. There's no pressure. In is no pressure. Listen, this is one of the few podcasts, you can kinda barely. Listen to you could turn me all the way down. But some listeners, you know, turn me all the way up most people find it somewhere in between. And so no need to listen. Also, no pressure falsely of and be here for about an hour to keep you company. So if you can't sleep, I'm going to be here, and then you could up episode after episode. So I'm here to the very end so that you can fall asleep whenever you want. Structurally for the show, which expect expected to show starts off with business that you already heard, it's over able to keep show free for everybody instead of like paid service or whatever then there's an intro, which is around twelve minutes of me trying to explain what the podcast is in earn your trust. In a reason it goes out for twelve minutes is just because it takes me forever to get anywhere. And also a lot of listeners use it as part of their wind down. Because you say, well, like again, over, I might overuse, the word paradoxical, but it's just because I don't understand how the spied Cass works either eight oh, no for podcast would work. If it said, okay, I'm gonna put you to sleep right now. A right after this intro in you'd say interro, you know, smooths it he smooths one-two-three here, whether, you know, scoots, imaginary friend, Bill. And, you know, we're sponsored by whatever you know asleep Kareem in. Here we go time to go to sleep it you to me was like, seems like a little bit of like I like like a Winedown instrument M's Anita stealth wind down. And sometimes India to like I say, okay, I'm gonna get like I actually have a dimmer now. So dim, my lights a Delia like hours before I want to be to bed. Little insides, you know, little inside baseball say, ideally, after I do the dishes, the next time I'm in my room. If the lights go on I try to turn the dimmer all the way down now that does lead to some fumbling. But I'm fumbling and bumbling, twenty four seven anyway, end then you know, I have wind down routine in Dealey a stretch. My wind down routine over about an hour, but in a conveyor, but I think that steles moment of turning the dimmer on at least a an empowered, you know, say, okay, Denver sign at least is it's gotta be good for sleeping. In enron. Oh, my point is a most listeners need wind down some listeners. They don't need it. They fall asleep during the intro or they skipped intro to go to like eighteen twenty minutes and they start playing the show there. So if that works for you. That's great. Whatever works for you. Try it out a few times and see how it works. So that's intro. Then there's some business is in. There's a story which is a tonight will be our episode modular series. Big farm in the sky PI. And you can listen to those episodes in any order. So if you're new and you say, we'll, I don't know think about this series store out catch up on it. I'm here to keep you company who rate as you drift off. And then there's some dank assess shortly, which shebek to you don't need to listen. No pressure to fall asleep in whoa. So shy about inflatable Mehan is affiliated with meanders. Yes, I guess, if simply during the intro, richer myself just blown meanders up though, it'd be pretty cool. See, what are those, what are those are those balloons, all ws in curly cues. We know these are. Mo- meander balloons. Guess should've called the L meander balloons. Maybe they should be my new, if I become a DJ is what marshmallows or marshmallow do other stuff like stuff that takes talent because probably the you know, but for me. I could be meander balloons, I wouldn't be able to do anything except me, I guess a already do at meander. It could also be a joke or what is it like puzzles, I'll never think of what they're called where it's like a picture. It's like a pun, but you look at it and you try to figure out what it is. 'cause meander balloons, almost unlike me under balloons, who like. Sounds like I was thinking, regionally someone standing under the balloons. But I guess you'd say like you. So, maybe if you live at the C C, I have would you wear at MC L C your flotation devices? Why wear me under balloon sexually? You know, in my coral Cousteau the youngest of the Cousteau. Great. You know, fist generation of the Cousteau's, Carl Cousteau aware me under balloons. I'm founder in mccusker me under balloons show. I stay float in comfy except for the sweating part in the actors are made of, like whatever. But, you know, I stay afloat, you see some people where so people wear leather, some people wear latex, where balloons they see. How do you look show? How do you look so spelt, Carl nights will? It's reenter balloons. That's what it is. They say then the report said, you okay, Syria? She wearing balloons underwear. We'll know well it's a balloon based on where product it's me under balloons. So why am wearing the prototype is that I made yesterday with there is also scotch tape. So you're wearing sketch tape and balloons is underwear. No prototype of meander balloons in when approach types finished. It'll be inflatable so v like PF day. So say it's also swimwear. It doesn't you know it does instantly dries because it's balloons. It's in, I wear it is under garment yesterday part is correct. Woody wear when you're wearing nothing Carl. Why don't I wear me under balloons? Because of wearing nothing actually Bryant Lakers would that's a trick question again. Just like just circle back to my roots show. You're wearing balloons is an undergarment. Boons are part of my undergarment. Correct. Okay. Let's get back to sleep podcasts and now that we get clarified. It's a work in progress. That's coral Cousteau, one of the imaginary Cousteau's not to be confused with the actual Cousteau's and inventor venture, imaginary friend inventor, Carl Cousteau also customer, meander me under a, what was it heard forget because I wear meander wear. Oh. Me under balloons. It really it's a shame. We don't have a budget. You're right. Carol could see many commercials. You see what he got under their whole, Dan me under balloons. Also, anybody listening, don't ever wear. Don't put any balloon semblance, for don't make any balloon undergarment prototypes, NAT even joking. This is all just fictional, just to Cooper fi that keep the balloons capable in the, you know, blown up there, wherever Carl can example setting thought I was cutting inch it turns out, as just to your dream Carl. It's great you know 'cause I'm here to enable people's dreams too. In a way, do it as go off topic. Sometimes they get caught up in interviews. That a end up saying, well, it could have gone a different way. But it like, especially when something sketchy like that it's hard to get out of in the name curl. Cousteau is also catchy in civil stick with that. Thanks. Thanks for coming back. Carl also brother, named Carl, so that works out cool. Get editor on the show named Carl. So anyway, here if you're new, I guess it gives you a pretty good example of how the podcast works m taking your mind off of stuff, I would posit. Is that a did? Maybe there you say, oh, yeah, forget, I was thinking about what was I thinking about. Well, just think about me, Andrew balloons, anytime. Two words read she tries to get into your head. See meander balloons. See worse at spreadsheet put it put it in one of me under balloons, boss. Let me just get it out of here. It's pretty tight, too, because, you know, it's still in a balloon me. Don't work their magic airy curl who stole invented him of the imaginary Cousteau's. So if you knew I'm here to help him here to keep you company to take your mind off. If I really appreciate you coming by makes show because Ben Aaron I know how feels wanna help so. So I think that's a give it a few tries, so he can most listener say, but I appreciate your time at work very hard at your Chaib, because like to help you fall asleep, and thanks again for coming by. Hey, everybody. It's scoots in just past two months of sleeping on my new casper hybrid in his you're so amazing. You know what your bed that you're in right now is like, but I, I love my new casper bed. 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Like, like, I guess, neither one a super sleepy sleep podcast e. But if you're new we'll boy or if you're coming back for your Levin's, helping of big farm in the sky PI season two fantasies, in or more to L, set, everything up for you. Seek it sleep right through it without having to worry about cat nuit e or anything. Because, well, there's things I'm aware of think about, you know, this is an ADR will this actually takes place in the real world. The world seem world, you and I share earth is it's quaintly known and it takes place in the state of Florida in the retire. Great retirement community known as the towns with an. E. T. O. W. N E S is the towns, probably with the LLC or something in their pro, you know, something, something holdings. But just the town's largest retirement communities in the world in our series stars g g g e in decay. Best friends kind of wake sisters, not actually sisters twins, a so they could be teens. You know you young women will refer to take definitely accurate. They are an independent study program with decays aunt penny. So their students are doing great in school. They said to their school Haywood, if we go in stay with penny for a little while and we run our own business. That could be a semester school. We'll learn a lot. I mean, let's say were way ahead of their classmates just both really like a great sue net. Just a great students cure world curious. And so there's that's what they're doing in their business. Hamza be like a PI helping business where the helping people solve missing. You know, like it's like where say, well, what is it a PI business or something, I say, well in a retirement community is, we said it beginning, as you know, the case of the missing wallet. It could be a mystery or it could just be a case of a while being missing in two so that they've been daft -able with their business. Now he super worse. Big farm in the sky PI part of the scoots. Well, that's their Simon the specifically Jesus Simon once upon a time before we knew him actually before, even I knew him. He was an earthly resident just like you and I or some, you know. No, we shared it. You know, we're all may animals I guess. And so Simon was well he was a human. I'm just saying because dogs cats other mammals listen to this show, maybe some, you know, maybe other being Stu would up fishes. Birds. You know, I love you, even though you can't really pay for the podcasts or spread the word anyway. Glad I'm helping Z two ELLs to the arts. You know, gladdy could put some more than your cold, you're cold state. You know you know how goes. Can't you can't talk about during sleep odd cast? So we're was. So Simon was human then is Simon Simon's like they said, you just like, once about a time when you're at a grocery store, and you wanted something you took a number. In new would call your number will they say your number's up or something? They say now serving number forty four will Simon's number went up from earth. And they said, well, we're, you're transitioning from earthly life suddenly for suit lak- to another like another level existence in gates with Blake, you know, do for some people. They go to the big farm in the sky in a big pharma skies police. It's neither on either end of any Tonette. It's a spectrum, lists place were beyond the spectrum because it's neither good nor bad nor in between. Were maybe it's also saying that may see it will screw chose said. Well, it's all. So it's a place where you go after poster Asli round nuts. At different inert, s- just more possibility. And also Simon got a chance to say, well, what do I wanna do? Now that I flew to per posted earthly life and Simon decided in Simon's posters Li life to be a to, to be PI, and that was season one, which you can find an archives big farm in the sky PI and was he was called season one because it was just the first season. And so that was season. One Simon was a in the big farm in this guy figuring out cases as a PI getting help from earthly friends, gene, decay. Now in season, two Aegean decay running their business in the towns, and they are getting help from Simon also another great things that we just happens to be that same in handles narration. Duties of all these stories is. Simon keeps a lot of audio notes and I said we got access. So this stuff. So I think that's it like Jean de que are in the towns in Florida Salvin cases in Sonko Simon's, helping them. Now when we last left off, I think Simon Ocana fill you in. A good size just to do a little bit of extra police setting. If we haven't set that you see scoot selling him in sitting at home, I used to take you to set a table was either two thinks you want me set play setting or table setting those are two different jobs. So table said take me about six seven minutes in in the play setting. We'll take me a little bit less because Simon is was in the big farm in the sky when we last left off. Also go back to setting the table. You might say scoots. Okay. So, you know, this is my belief system, but I believe that there's another belief system where you go to the big farm in the sky it because, you know, we, we, we know we can all agree that belief systems may, you know, they don't invalidate one another. Particularly honestly podcast C. Okay. It can get consists bench. I can do a suspension of belief systems for that scoots. But you say, same as opposed to actually resident put his helping to kids in Florida. I say, we'll young women abide away in Florida, this 'cause you call them twain earlier scoots lead just tweens his more catchy title. Okay. Is helping knee. His niece in is best for her best friend. South cases in help, people has at work. Okay. Great question. Actually, in a canoe. Try to do briefly. So if you're in the big farm, most people go to the big farm, they just go there. They don't have communications with our that standard, protocol, is similar to lot of move some movies, where standard protocol UC will you're going on your next stage of existence. When, you know, when you're Milford gets here will let you know and you can hang with. Camilla 'fred. But until then just enjoy big five in the sky. Now there are, you know, just just like everything else is great. Just the big firms a great beautiful diverse place, just like earth is and just one tiny piece of this. Like differences, is it some people can talk or whatever? But it's very rare for people to be able to go visitors to, you know, because we are trying to do our earthly stuff. We can't have big farmers coming down here and say in. We do in. You know, would you do in? This is fit within my like normal day-to-day things show. I think we've pegged it mass medically, like one in four five six seven eight nine ten billion. Chance that you say, well, just having to have the ability to go between the big farm in the sky in earth in communicate with earth like my knee, in this case, Simon's, Niessen, nieces friend. So it's just a very rare thing just to point that out that knows this special moment were getting to participate in, in rest, too. But that you 'cause you say we'll doesn't add up otherwise scoots in, I'm sure there's mathematicians listening, I saying, wait a second. Those numbers kinda do say, well, yeah, they like every once in a while, I'm, you know, they said it wants to say it again, collects wrong, you know. Broken. Collects two times a day. That's what you meant. Scoots. Rate. Sometimes you just have to look at to kill a broken clock at the right time. Is what I would say in the time is right in there. You know, at the time is right for is great. Hollywood celebrity here to do the teaser delete into the episode. Es. He's a kind man. He's gentleman. He's a handsome man in his man. You know that puts up with the lad drives here from LA in his spare time, then his Gat, and so much better at lying. Still in quietly without needs. You know, other than you know, like you just like you say, wow, how do I guess, that's how you act to, to Mr. Antonio Banderas, is Elise him is voice ago. Sutphin on the binary s- time. Sky. Let's cracked this case. You Juno that, that strange that high. Yeah. Because that's kinda how I do miss piggy. My misbehave mutation. Oh, you say enjoy this in nuts different than acting lying. Still east me. I'm listening to the podcast, a fr- fr- fan of your show as, as a friend, Fain and look forward to lying in after being in traffic for nine hours. Not having, you know lying in not moving for a while. In listening to the show. Thank you. This mystery Antonio Bandera everybody in this big firmness guy. PI. He deigned to me. Same in taking it on face. You can hear me day in. In that you remember ebonite, but I guess I'll just feel you Diana catch, you like so denied flown here with the, the parrot, the, you know, the parents situation, not important in, but we had gone through some crossover stuff in. I did change in a fan of minnow in a don't seem to be able to get back to earth. Diane, and I haven't figured that out to see g and decay in have been unable to contact them. And he could see what's going on down there. I I couldn't even see what was going on there. So maybe things are coming back. And I've been meaning to make time. It's just an adjustment. I'm here at the house. And I don't know. Things are different. You know. But again, I said, well, it can't expect everything to be like a used to be in my other life. Let us. Oh, I don't know what you're going in. I don't I mean, I'm still feign a minnow. But still may, you know Deyan but I don't know. It's like a transformer a I think one time I heard about this happening in luckily, sonata, toy now, so I could say without any case, any kids, listen in day in of taking a transformer in Gulu wing in one lake if it wasn't yours than you borrowed. It also a day in a transformer something that changes from a robot into a vehicle. Normally would he still with if you transformed it in with Gulu? And then you just glued it as the robot or is the vehicle like bumblebees could example, currently. That's what I'm like. It's a nice thing to do though if it's your own you'd probably be disappointed to unless she said. Well, I love. I mean there was one day in remember seeing. Actually, it was one of my I don't know somebody, they were playing with it was a microscope guy. It wasn't a very good microscope. So as better off just change into a robot anyway. I think there was also one that was a boombox. Disodium stuck and fan a minimum mode bit like fishing lure. That's what I look like when I'm Natalie grandiose or like a minnow would have lakes, re body. It's just interesting to I mean, this is a different world, anyway. Nobody said blinking. Their eyes may. Avid, so was saying, okay, so I can see GED k- kind of at times. But I can't check in with them again. See them all the time. But it it's always been about six know they need. They need their own time in did ask around about this is a, you know, I knew is rare to be able to go visitors in, I don't really tell people I can do that. But even people, y you know, watching back, they're really not the thing now in a why. Because you is actually better that it could go back there, because we check in every once in a while in that talk to them is not easy and then that go into see them. I say miss Jean decay. So it's not easy. Holy cow in, especially right Now, Dan, because Jean de que they've been dealing with the lack going on. Summations get into the into the so, you know, the they've been studying and rang the business with pennies, the PI business have been helping them with. In going good in. They were doing that for great. And now that spring break was is coming up. Is they have like they had to submit before spring break against surprise, before teachers ragged read all the stuff on spring break. Ever this was a few weeks before spring break. They had a big layout, do if their entire business plan is so basically majority of their grade they were gonna get now and then the teacher would give them notes. A sixty percent of their grade was coming from this report and maybe seventy percent and then after the teacher gives him notes back. They would like day could refine it. But, you know, the school year comes after spring break, you know, it goes fast. So they do like final draft. I guess, in things were going, mostly great. You know, the challenges, you know, not every case could crack in. You know, NAT easy publicity missed the friends, they had to navigate is that they're not actually sisters with their spending all the staying together, napping around a lot of other kids being allowed around retirees living. They they've they've they've got you know they've really grown. In between suddenly Recica some added other learning opportunities guess if I was keeping an educational spectrum here. Oh, day in this is another question. I figured you would be asking yourself like checking on anybody else say think that's something somebody else these, like, maybe some part of my brain said. What if you could check in? We like it was like, wouldn't what's going on, at this member of my favorite restaurant, Marley, jeez? And then they couldn't check. So it can't check in anything else he just wanted to clarify that. So tell you I'm just walking around here and my place. I'm going outside. Now, you still won't sound different to you day in, but. I know it's a lot of stuff when Jean de que or dealing with stuff, and I can't help. It's not easy for me in it made me. I'm growing, you know, because, you know, he said, well, they're, they're, they, they're independent, you know, they they're dealing with things to mind. Control. In, you know, mostly as watching them finishing up this final report and submitting it or the, you know, lead up to the final reports, you know, magic them to independent study. This is whole not just one class. You know this is whole credits for the semester. And you know whether really doing a good job. Can't talk about the pluses in the Napa Lous is in sustainability in, you know, that's interesting. You could just read the poor report. I guess, in figure that is the keystone project that your pre ki- keystone report of the project, and he said, okay. I think they're going to probably I dunno whatever the decisions were moving forward. They felt good about turning in. I felt pretty good about it. If the is the whole Burgh of this was rhythm to learn and grow job done because a lot of lessons interpersonal, skills business skills, learning skills. Nobody teaches you how to learn. You know, Diane. A massive finances. Organizational skills spatial relations. My, you know, Toler geometry all day in, you know, like cedar of life. Even. Yeah, but then after they finish finish your report, you know, we, we have had some we haven't had, like so what is it Maury? Artie or soli air. You know any of those soldiers, you know, sillier airy Moriarty. Dan Bacardi whoever the nemesis he are. I don't know. Did you did? It's like appear Brown or Nancy, drew or the hardy boys are big Nate or see still. Drama. Still fancy Nancy. Did they have nemesis, Dan problem? Maybe wonder I know everybody says fancy Nancy's netted detective day in. But when I figured out the case of me being fancy than no. So I think what happened was a GED ks profile kept growing is, again, more and more cases selves. And we, you know, if they did have an MSA this, what is saying, it would be the splaine, which isn't a mysterious thing that maybe we were even imagining existed was there, some group of. Probably who all demands is dead like was displeased with Jean decays presence and positive attention. And empowerment that was trying to be nemesis, I awake or put obstacles in their pass. We said they couldn't be. Or could it be defaced cases we Dell with case of rabid feed rabid feed rabid feet? But so is so wish success in ignore. We I guess we learn the most important things to ignore the splinters, if they were there were just keeping Noord them. Because I would really rub them the way they don't wanna be. They wanna be right. Is. Oh, danke for inex- have been splitting in maybe this descends from Jean de que is good. But it's not easy in. So we're was so. Okay. So, so usually things have been going pretty smooth. And maybe this is all unrelated in projection, but suddenly, the rules changed on us or an Jean de Cain penny. Kazan penny had gotten a permit to have gene decay. Stay with her for longer than thirty days in one kale under period, which is a normal rule. Annual. I think we talked about it. I don't know. But she she had gotten a permit for that, too. And normally there was no never oversight about businesses that kids were running, which suddenly so much showed up and they said, well, you don't have a business license to service base business out of this home, and you're not actually residents of the town in, in all these layers of bureaucracy. They said, we, they said, we'll get well, you don't not a resident also in this county, you know, you're not of working age. How are you gonna have a business if you can't work there when you're the workers innocent stuff was never ever enforced, then they sitting pennies, because in light of this, we're going to re re exam a resident permit exemption? And, you know, just sure up like he say, we'll what were you bugging us for Jean de or just helping people? In there. Hooton in however in, in running around. But we really felt like was it was somewhat warning shot from the splinters. I mean, that's what I felt when I would imagine talking to Jean de que in so they said, no, no, no, no. You can't run any more of these businesses. Cases. Your cases are closed. Is kind of put gene decay in a in a huff because they're not exactly. Myopic or naive to this situation. And so they felt like it was some sort of. Magnay shen. The. In a new other people's will you make in mound out of a mole hill. And I know as up here, I was offing impoving, Dan. In spas, that I wouldn't know who's behind it, but I didn't like who was behind it. In that my goat was gadding, and I think Jean de decay felt like that, but then they said, okay, well, we submitted a report will start. We'll see what the teacher says in this, maybe another learning opportunity, and they even worked with some of the free services available for young business people to say, well, these are they actually portraying the rules in the regulations accurately to us. So they were swayed being like they were originally empowered with irritation, but in their empowered to real action and trying to look at it is it, okay? We'll our time's almost up anyway, in, we were just in the business model. So this is again, part of this adjustment in, I do think that this is where I don't think they needed me there, Diane, but they missed me. I felt like any maybe it's just because I missed a damn. Because that was good to help them. Talk it out for them to find their own solutions it so they were there talking to me, even though I wasn't there. It also like to help feelings, get good, get a fresh air, whatever they say, sunshine. In a feeling of their president be easier to heat. You know, it'd be there validate things a little bit more and say, well, that's perfectly okay that you're feel do wanna stop your feet around wish because this is kind of stopping your feet or ju ju on widown and moan or curl up in balls. Because in uncle simul Bahir to listen to you. So I did all those things here epidemic indicate f- Oguz. They went back to work in a report, actually contacted teacher updated her and what was happening in Iraq, justed winning. Diane. The things were taking up another natch because in. Decay. Jean de que SU lake. Day like they heard from school board in the teacher heard from the principal in the district manager. About a lick someone told on them. In said these two have been operating a noun licensed bid, basically saying that invalidating all g Eugene, de que and the teachers work and saying who agreed to this, this was inanimate or anonymous to us or non assuming processing all this, Jean de case nails this of all this with that. They weren't learning anything other than breaking rules weekend of lesson is for kids to learn. In, I would say, excuse me, but to and what kind of how 'cause teacher be part of this ambassador demanding, and that they get no school credit for the entire semester, in this is kind of a big deal, because they are gene, decay, or head some replaying for something else. You know, flourish related flourishing related not school related in because they're in middle school district as a wind go to high school with all the friends it because they were actually getting like a semester and a half towards. So the basically they would get the it'd be setback. They lose the credits if they didn't go to summer school, which would be even hard for them make credits up. They would miss year a school or a half three quarters of year school in teacher kind of went through all this, which the gene decay into like a penny into g g indicate, you know, Igiea Spaniards tour, also decays, you know, the family went was dealing with with the teacher. In the dick Yetlis, this kind of research in, we'll this bureaucracy. This is yet another learning opportunity. And that even navigating this really expansive NAT easy it again, I wished I could have been there, and that, that was part of the process in that they would appeal it or whatever, like this wasn't gonna go. You know, it was a hard thing was that it was gay, you chew are gonna have to hold out like while like you're suddenly very similar to me, the control of everything was give turned over these adults to in Simpson says a strange echo form of splaying to say, okay, you to just wait while the grownups figure this out on AC. Will you're figuring out like grown-ups from what I can see from out here. There. They were all trying to deal with it do to your accuracy deal with this unseen hand. Enosis. There was also the sense of unin hair. Unfairness, say the made it difficult when g indicate I propose this of wider these to get to go in run your own study thing in. They were trying to do it. You know, just say we'll be because we head initiative, we did all the work to propose it in enacted. It's something that happened in school. Just said, okay. Do whatever you want. So there was also some residue from that in swingers are good at doing the end. In this saying of like, oh you have to get back here mmediately for the saying and, you know, all the adults Jean de que se said, no. The running like is there supposed to be finishing out to work for the semester, his air. So you're saying they have to come to this talk. Would mean they would finish out like the commitments air have. I don't wanna get to deep in the weeds in this day. And but so gee, decay, mom and dad in penny. The teacher they were all team. But DIGI in decays reaction to all this in that being able to be a part of the appeals Francis or the decisions. They, they were ma- a May Day day in very mad. And they reacted differently than I've seen them before in a focused way. Now. Again, I don't wanna say it wasn't cassia was there, but they didn't have anyone run these Deism by. And bring it up. I so I don't know if I could have been moderate voice of Matt ration-, or reason, or if I'm just, you know, saying, Simon, you're more important than you think you are. Just because I miss them. But both when I'm way it just seems everything seems more mysterious anyway day in. Also, maybe it was my fault, some of this, because I started to try to, like you see movies. There's a force in there's moving things with force. And so I said, I wonder if I could communicate with him by moving stuff. You know, I can't physically go to see them. In. So what I would do. It's like, you know, when people in the movie say, hold her hand to their head and they could lose arise, and they grew lake furrow their Babrow in try to move stuff around in so. Around this time Jean de que started lemonade, stand anything out of, like so they have this public, it was something to do, and it was a stone, Seuss soup eliminate stand for all the friends, we kind of like a good like an ongoing goodbye party and to say, hey, we're sitting we're not going anywhere splaine or until it's time for us to leave. In, you know, the one of their customers had that police right by the pickle ball and tennis courts. So they had stone kind of like stone soup loom, Nate stand, where they would sit there with eliminate for free, and people that wanted to could just come and get it, but also could bring ingredients or contribute to the costs in so they would sit there and do that. And they'd civil aid with the friends, and it was other people that were new friends end they get visited by the. They said, well, you can't take money for that. And he said, okay, we're not we're not taking any money. Don't worry about it. And they said, well, you don't have a permit to, to, to be giving away like. I don't know. I in so g indicate Cav getting more more rush rate because they were getting their lemonade stand shutdown, many people have brought lemonade ingredients to the first time I tried to move something was after they said we don't have a health permit to do this. So I think what happened was accidentally knocked over some of that. It wasn't country time as like a public Spink eliminate powder. Spilled it on the floor in front of Jean de que m I think it was a middle of brainstorming and I wasn't paying attention because I was trying to push things. In, if they, they sit Simon. And they looked at the spill limited in. They in, then I spilled a whole a basket of lemons. In think they saw that as a sign for me to take things to another level, eventually so splinter said to shut down their lemonade stand now with they didn't realize said, this was right at the Schwartz to be get like they had set things in motion. Gene, decay, reading up to spring break end this year, just having to be years at almost all during breaks in the entire country were lined because of the first moon, full moons in spring, in all the different holidays that revolve around that it just happened to be that most almost it was just like a, like a, a blue once in a blue moon thing like so many majority of schools in the US, having the same spring break in with this man is at a ton of people were coming to the villages for spring break grand children. To stay with their grandparents. In a guest in everybody goes to the pools every little town village in the towns has its own pool and summer our family pools, and some are adult only policies were the family pools. Also lot of kids would be there with their parents and grandparents people have devices at this point word of mouth. For gene decay through all their customers in their friends was very good in the so, so gene decay, a guess, at a point, I missed out on this part somehow and somehow they got it through the word of mouth and because everybody would be at the pools talking in also devices, mostly one on one that, like a couple of days in spring break one morning. Now, do the towns day and you may hear me. It's big. I it's like. Thousand sixty six e one hundred sixty thousand people or so. You know, sixty eight thousand homes, but you're still one morning. Around eleven AM across the villages in the thousand stay in. So all the grocery to gene dicate prepared for this Ivy silly. But the sounds of lemonade stands popped up around the towns, and it was just one of those perfect days or whether it was had and everybody headed in, in it like chew PM, right? Win the swingers caught wind of it. And there was that he could do because they were sows illuminates stands. Right by late afternoon. Lemonade stands were gone with the swingers can running around. In the next day, nothing happened. But this is like the rhythms of spring breaker. Like if you're by, like a late middle of the week, you could only go to the pool in go out for ice cream and drive around, you know, so many times. So then in morning, all of the lemonade stands in again, it said, they'd sent out emails, Ono lemonade stands against blah. Blah, blah. But one morning after again, not only two thousands of lemonade stands popped up. Diane all eliminate stands were themed in knowing that to resort. I guess this is Jean. I'm so proud of them. They had this app. Or plug in or something with a map. I don't know. And you could do all these walks, like lemonade stand crawl in obviously couldn't go sows and, but you could go to the ones in your neighbor in your village or neighborhood in, in the towns or just go to the ones that are Hawaiian themed just go to Zetter based on heroes or hair wins. It just go to the historical reenactment team to ones in each one had games. And you giveaways internet, you have the towns, full volleys in a lot of people didn't even know about eliminate stands, because it only thousands, there's thousands of guests in now they have something fun to do all day in so they're touring around or finding out about this app in a walking from lemonade stand eliminate standard. Now, of course, the splinters recalling his protest marches, but they were just. Walking and walking pants. In basic, I would call great limits spring myself in. Yet. Everyone was walking in there marching and really making his show of stuff in new gene daycare were behind all, you know, a penny. Some other people helped in even Jean de case teacher had come with some of the students said that was already planned. It was Inada related. In the next day. Gin lemonade stands were gone in India, you know, dingy indicate, I guess, had a big debate about whether to do one more last act of like MD lemonade stands or make your own lemonade stands. Or what in NOC day slept? Instead, what they did was. They took the maps idea in just made all these one walks for everybody to do based on the lemonade stands in what they discover from the data from eliminate stands, what they knew about Artie about the town's other things people at marked and these men. I don't know the map plug ins, or whatever, and I don't know that stuff in. Suddenly there was this is they head this application, and then we just haven't been from their day in the spleen. This was online was in lake is this was their new business. I guess, I'll just tell you to. End is in the head, this better, I, visit other signal happened in the spring break, but moving forward and I'm still trying to get back there and don't worry a have a plane than going to carry out in a couple days. But so is they have this new business code seventy five hundred steps tours. If for the residents of the towns that they could purchase from a company that's based in the towns because it's internet. And because they said will usually walk twenty five hundred seven just by yourself. But if you wanna watch those extra two seventy five hundred steps. The, the here's a different walks. You could do around towns. You could go see these sites. You know, the bird walks built on that you could take shelf aboard tour, you know, pickle ball pickle ball watching all subur-, you know. Oh, Diane, and they submitted dad with their teacher. They worked with their teacher to say, well, okay, this is of business out of where we live outside of Florida then, and this is the business editor ridgeville business informed. In this, what we learned in so by time presentation is school board and all that came around, you know, all these splinters were left slack jawed because eight actually like they're obstacles said, empowered gene decay to solve things even further in mostly just ignored them, which is would works always in ages. Oh, banking, get banked there to do some of these tours before, gene, decay. Leave Florida and get bag in say hi to them. And you know, you know like. 'cause I'm not a big farm resident it's not the same hugging, but it still like just seeing them, but it's good day in there. They've succeeded in the face of people making it harder on them in Anna, no assist. Just so nice in like it could see them resting Santa tied that they, they actually made lemon laid out a lemon stay in boy. My proud L talk. She soon. I wanna think really became a patient recently, Jennifer, Jennifer Dinah in Kim. Thanks. Thanks eight so fi is Suzanne and Castellin. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks night. 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Caminando por el Gran Glaciar Aletsch y la montaa Suiza  In Love With Switzerland 16

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Caminando por el Gran Glaciar Aletsch y la montaa Suiza In Love With Switzerland 16

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Estamos de vuelta

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25:35 min | 10 months ago

Estamos de vuelta

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Column: A New Generation of Volunteers Are Rescuing Historic Black CemeteriesAnd Black History

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"Presented by raytheon technologies our nearly two hundred thousand engineers researchers and people with purpose are building the future today. We're pushing the limits of known science to go deeper into space advance aviation and build smarter defense systems that protect all of us here at home. That's the future of aerospace and defense learn more at rtx dot com. A new generation of volunteers are rescuing historic black cemeteries and black history by ryan que smith when the internationally renowned preacher john jasper neared death in nineteen o one. He could look back on. A life spent overcoming dire challenges born enslaved and von county virginia in eighteen twelve. Jasper had become famous for his controversial fundamentalists sermon. On how the sun do move greater than that. Frequently delivered sermon. however was the legacy of his sixth mount zion baptist church which he founded in richmond. Virginia eighteen sixty seven. He initially gathered that congregation in a horse stable but by the time of his death. He presided over a striking church office. In the neighborhood of jackson ward sheltering thousands of members plus a steady number of white visitors and even in his final words he foresaw that righteous struggles still remained ahead as he reputedly stated. I am waiting at the river. Looking across for further orders indeed a series of challenges still lay in store for his earthly remains and memory just as they have for african americans throughout us history but now thanks to the work of a coalition of dedicated descendants volunteers. Those challenges are being addressed. In a way that may signal a turn upon jasper's death a tremendous assemblage at his funeral on april fourth nineteen. O one was followed by a mile long procession to his burial site at richmond's sons and daughters of ham cemetery part of a patchwork of black owned burial grounds that surrounded the first such site in the city founded in eighteen fifteen in virginia's capitol as in other urban locales public options for black burials were limited and mostly relegated to rough potter's fields or vulnerable segregated lowlands but at the ham cemetery jaspers congregation could raise a noble obelisk over his grave. A twenty foot high granite shaft that proclaimed his legacy to the world yet just seventeen years later. Jaspers congregation was forced to move his remains to greener pastures in another cemetery. What prompted the move in. Short developers transformed richmond's north side neighborhoods into streetcar suburbs populated by white residents in the eighteen nineties. James h barton's northside development company advertised larger and less expensive house. Lots there for city workers and conflict emerged between the older burial ground associations and the new suburban residents despite the heritage of the burial place and the ongoing activity at the site. The neighborhood's new arrivals acknowledged that they hoped to have the cemeteries closed. Black leaders rallied in response. The burial associations that owned this grouping of cemeteries allied with churches and business people to uphold their operational rights at one. Meeting presided over by the african american lawyer. John paul's jackson an attendee exclaimed that he owned a section and would berry in it if he went to jail for it but following the incorporation of barton heights as a town authorities were able to persuade. Virginia's general assembly that the cemetery's had become a nuisance and a health hazard. The town was soon authorized to close the site to further. Burials being able in its view to relieve itself of the objectionable features of the colored cemeteries overlooking bacon. Quarter branch a nearby stream. It was the latest in a pattern of targeted desecration of black burial sites. Seen earlier in richmond at the so-called borough ground for negroes in shock oh valley after eighteen sixteen and then again at the second african burial ground on choco after eighteen seventy nine. The city's threat to disinter all the graves in the barton heights cemeteries in nineteen fourteen prompted jaspers congregation to move his remains and his obelisk to the newly opened woodland cemetery founded in nineteen seventeen for african-americans by newspaper editor. John mitchell junior there on a prominent hilltop jaspers followers hoped to find a safer harbour for the noted divine but that cemetery to would suffer from the structural challenges facing burial sites founded by serving the black community including financial difficulties public disinvestment vandalism and the dumping of trash on the graves of black workers leaders veterans and family members by the nineteen nineties when tennis champion humanitarian. Arthur ashe chose to be buried alongside. His mother's grave in woodland journalists could describe the cemetery as a dumping ground with swaths of overgrown forest engulfing sections descendents of those buried. At richmond's black cemeteries have continually struggled against the conditions at these sites among those who have regularly applied their hands. It woodland are benjamin. Ross churches story in it. Sixth mount zion and david harris senior brother-in-law of arthur ashe both of regularly brought out their own equipment to tend plots there. Such efforts have found new momentum with the rise of black political power following the civil rights movement and with the broader willingness of the city and the nation to recognize the dignity and history of black lives at the barton heights cemeteries a- transformation was sparked in the late nineteen ninety. S with the arrival of denise. Lester an amateur genealogist. Who with the assistance of archivists. At the library of virginia traced her roots to the cemetery. Leicester organized a campaign on the cemetery's behalf worked with the city and a team of allies to clean up the property and received pledges for regular maintenance. She coordinated the installation of a higher metal fence around the property. She raised funds to have a state highway. Marker placed at the site to explain it significance. She undertook research and wrote the nomination. Form to list the property on the national register of historical places and she held annual commemorative events on the grounds there by repopulating the site and reintroducing it to the public. This activity has flagged in recent years but the grounds remain a place of dignity and rare potential. Today these cemeteries are part of a network of recovery championed by a range of organizations such as the national trust for historic preservation preservation. Virginia and even the general assembly which recognized the worth of historic black graves by awarding them annual funding for care beginning in twenty eighteen at woodland cemetery to the moment is ripe for change. Their stalwarts like benjamin. Ross and david harris were joined kathleen harrell a white schoolteacher who has led weekly volunteer cleanup days at the cemetery. Since twenty eighteen and in twenty twenty their work was bolstered by marvin harris a local real estate professional and graduate of the once segregated maggie walker school who the cemetery in august aided by the county government. His nonprofit evergreen restoration foundation has come together with volunteers and the families to offer a new vision for not only the resting places of jasper ash and those surrounding them but for the city and nation as a whole. It's never going back to where it used to be. Harris told me recently. I am waiting at the river. Jaspers obelisk proclaims at these reclaimed cemeteries. Who's long sufferings. Belie the nation's ideals we may be seeing one way across ryan case. Smith is the author of death and rebirth in a southern city. Research historic cemeteries.

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Ep. 544: Weird Issues: Biosignatures

Astronomy Cast

29:55 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 544: Weird Issues: Biosignatures

"Episode five forty four weird issues awesome bio what could you astronomy Castro weekly fact-based journey through the Cosmos for help you understand what we know but how you know what we know I'm freezer and the show was edited by Susie Murph of the experiment like an and how they worked and how these individual how these different variables were tested for it's actually pretty incredible so back in the run multiple times and most interestingly in some ways each of the experiments was run by two would run the experiments in addition to having a whole variety of cameras that were used to look around their location each of them had four experiments the first of these during the initial mapping phase and that Group of Eight is doing a detailed measurement of the four potential sample sites you could get oxygen all kinds of ways so let's talk about this hunt for bio signatures and how it's actually been a lot more tricky and uncover the reality or the lack of reality of life on Mars each of the experiments had control each of the experiments was it's awesome please let us know when the final decision has been made we will once again another place for the universe is going to make this difficult for us experiments was a combination of Gas Chromatograph and Mass Spectrometer and the goal of this US unwillingly so I'll talk about the viking experiments so the Viking experiments back in the nineteen seventies you is search for oxygen in the atmosphere of another planet and boom you know there's life there because how else could you get oxygen turns out the majority of the surface of Banu and we now have a specially select group of eight each marked over a thousand images and their data's going into the pool to help figure out exactly where Banu is gonna well grab some stuff to bring back to Earth particular experiment that led NASA to say all the other results re- probably faulty because when they went looking regular experiment was to determine our their organic materials and it was the this nineteen seventy s we launched Viking one and Viking to each of these spacecraft consisted of a orbiter that would relay the signal back to Earth and a lander that helping right now which means that all of the wonderful six thousand some odd people that have come to our succe- our site succeeded in mapping out site to find four different ways that through four different processes would potentially be able to you put in the Viking experiments which I think is just there was a great article and if you saw this one that came out this this weekend scientific American so so it's a perfect time occasion of the search for life that we've we've even said this in previous episodes I know astronomy cast at all you have to do it's easy fraser all you've gotta do different spacecraft that were separated by a fairly good distance across the surface of Mars right so can you explain to the Senate proving once and for all that alien lights on another world should be straightforward the for bio signatures but it looks like there are natural sources that could explain almost any sort of go over this again and just show how sticky this problem is and how it's still it's not the universe is going to unveil unveil its secrets yeah hope to search for I and I think I've admitted this in previous episodes that I have been a victim of the oversimplify Ro Liddick release experiments so there's four different experiments so so the first one that should have been the most straightforward I'm doing well how are you doing fraser good are there any updates on on. Benue mapping well we're in phase two except this is Mars yeah the first one they just scooped up some soil look to see what the soil was made of looked for some organic for organics they didn't find any now the drought how did the experiment work they literally back at during the existence of this show determined that Mars has a chemical called perchlorate on it Graf Mass Spectrometer there is a gas exchange experiment there is a labeled release experiment yeah okay and there is a pro Pi Pi the perchlorate politely destroy all the organic molecules leaving you with exactly what the Viking probe saw right scooped up a bunch of soil he did it and measured what the composition of the soil they fed it some nutrients as well so they tried to or they fed it some orioles and found none and based on this can't be life now the thing is the Phoenix Lander but with the with one of the experiments they did detect carbon dioxide released and if you take perchlorate S- and you put them in a soil sample that contains organic molecules and you heat this up experiment and in this particular exchange they took a soil sample and they pulled all so so in the first of the experiments they looked for life they did not find any life and the result of not finding any life was I not life not finding any organics was anytime they found anything else signified hey the jump ahead please let this story unfold natural order of things that I will thank you added nutrients to the soil in the thinking was that if there were microbes in the soil they would metabolize the nutrients and release of the gas out of the sample and replaced it with a nerd helium that wouldn't have any chemical reactions and they also and both Viking one and Viking two saw the same in concentrations of several gases released including oxygen carbon dioxide nitrogen hydrogen and methane and this is is what you would expect if there were microbes and and so here same result now the thing was they also baked the bejesus out of that soil which they theorized would well whatever they released into the atmosphere of this vessel and that would be measured in excess of the helium we have two different gas exchange experiments on two different probes four thousand miles apart that had the kill any microbes in the soil and then look to see are there any either might be live here they're like nope connect it and this is kind of a key because well I'm going to now go to the gas exchange yes exactly yeah so here we have a situation of this this is doing exactly what you would expect now the argument was again why didn't they find organics and so let's not killed in the process so everybody agreed came to terms with the fact that there was battle continues yeah so so the other experiment that was done was a labeled release where they fed the low and behold the respiration was observed they baked the nutrients no respiration was observed they've done hun killed off the microbes with too much moisture So Mars is completely dry environment we've all killed plants before at least if you've never killed a plant I think they they keep warmed it up and they fed it some that that's a different experiment the limited so so there is a gas chromatic experiment so in this case they were looking to see if they could get photosynthesis to take place so the and they looked to see if respiration would take place they look to see if carbon fourteen that they laced the atmosphere of the soil microbes can do had occurred and here they had inconclusive but probably breath would be absorbed by the microbes they let respiration photosynthesis all of those things take place they then baked the sample to see if and yeah so so you have three inconclusive ourselves so what they looked to do was see if that taking the C fourteen and turning it into itself that probably means you've never owned a plant so maybe the reason it didn't look identical was they just over nutrient it and I you're saying that this is so from this first experiment I'm taking these wanted okay okay okay so so foreign to the end of getting yes you're right any absorbed carbon fourteen that was turned into the micro spotty this is what all of us do we breathe things in return the men we eat things we turn them in showed the expected results on both probes no life on Mars so this this is the one that theoretical microbes that might be their carbon fourteen which is a radio isotope may look to see if that radio isotope would be respirator and oh Jesus out of the sample replicate the experiment and still got signs of life which could mean that simply whatever it was chose to live through no one has figured out how to produce false positives on or false negatives on and yet even though this particular experiment and because it didn't exactly match to they're like Oh this must be some sort of strange chemistry and one of the critiques that has been put forward for experiments by inconclusive I mean it looks like life and the thing with the prolific one that left them so confused is here they did bake the yeah they they baked baked them and then they ran the experiment again and they didn't get the gases coming out which is exactly what you would expect from dead microbes his career furious there's no other word yeah can't continue looking at this and then there was also when they tried redoing the experiment that experimented run quite the way it was expected to run awards and hundreds and some would say thousands of replication of this experiment using sterile soil using my career soil. This is an experiment that tired who was in charge of the experiment that that look to see if they could get the nutrients to the microbes to absorb nutrients and release them back out he was certain they'd found indications of life and has spent the entire rest so so then we also get to the this is the one I can never say correctly the prolific release this and other experiments they did is well maybe they simply over nutrient it the over watered it and way to describe it I mean when you think about the path that NASA took after the Viking experiments NASA takeaway was this is too inconclusive organics that was part of why they said all of these other potential positive results were actually negatives scientists who ran that experiment is just like over on with August take yeah that pretty much pretty much not only replicate the experiment but to look and see if when things get get metabolize get respirator did is the jake gave new sorry this they didn't give nutrients so in this when they illuminated the soil oh eloquently annoyed because Mars curiosity could replicate his experiment very easily the baking stage life runs away life finds a way and we know that things like well tar degrades water bears she baked the Bejesus out of them like the The Phoenix curiosity found evidence of ancient Martian environments that would have been habitable the excess of carbon thirteen over carbon twelve in the Martian atmosphere is indicative of biological activity the Martian atmosphere in disequilibrium co two should long ago have converted to see Oh did disappearance of methane from the Mars atmosphere but we keep finding methane in Mars's atmosphere FORMALDEHYDE and ammonia each possibly indicative of biology claimed to be in the Martian atmosphere I six channel spectral analysis by Vikings imaging system found terrestrial life has everything on board except for like the space to do that one particular experiment. If you could do it in the nineteen seventies you can do it. There's a paper from the nineteen seventies describing how the patterns on the rocks change over time in a way that is completely consistent with likened TMZ opened them up to the to the harshness of space and then return them to either Earth based environment or around his original research paper that's there is Lichen on Mars the Viking probes could see an Mars based environment and all of the life forms were able to recover in the earth-based environment and all almost all the lifeforms able to recover mostly in the Mars based environment and the one that degrade was cyanobacteria so we know of life forms that can make the journey through today and he's just like why won't they replicate this and and more than that he also points out that we now have the technology to didn't know this was gonna come out when we scheduled recording this episode he goes through a whole litany of critiques that starts with Okay we now know the of Mars past or present like they spent forty years getting back to the Viking experiments and they're not put them on a heat shield of a spacecraft and pass them to the atmosphere and they still live and and so the port scientists now corral the shape of the molecules like the shape here on earth or is it something different and he goes through an entire litany in a Oh there's enough water to sustain microorganisms on Mars We understand ultraviolet activation of the Martian surface and growing on rocks and not only that but there's an experiment on board the International Space Station where they took a whole bunch of earth based life forms creations in dire variations which means it has a day night cycle and it is a seasonal cycle and that gets much trickier to explain as so he said the methane in particular is super annoying because we're now finding that the methane has both seasonal just happened to be getting melted and releasing the methane but this is an ongoing process and and so it keeps the the requirements necessary to eliminate this is being life are becoming extraordinarily complicated and and one of the arguments that that are poor poor much maligned being life but if it happens to be that they're isis that have methane from an earlier period trapped in the soils and those Isis and better life is today but but I think the whole point and why this is all just in the weird issues category is it just shows that what that could have been conclusive evidence that there was life on Mars nope nope because volcanoes can also produce those levels or can produce wow things obviously view saw a Martian run past the camera then you would have proof positive that there's life on Mars but the just forms can thrive on Mars and we have format can handle going to space and then land on Mars and thrive on Mars so so it's like we're learning how much tougher array redoing the viking experiments because not even anything on March twenty twenty that's GonNa to to Redo the Viking experiments and this is where he gets live for us to say that we found anything right so therefore let's go back to the drawing board let's end the opportunity rovers to find out if there was ever water on Mars let's incurable organic molecules and hydrogen gas in the geysers that are pouring out of enceladus as as we're seeing these geysers on Europa and how this could have affected the experiments we understand now that there are complex organic molecules on Mars it was the lack of this complex vis is tricky and you you just you ran through a bunch of them you ran through the methane discovery of by curiosity of the methane in the atmosphere the in ultra violet light we now know that treasury organisms can survive Mars like environments there's a rat I think I think this is going to be one of my favorite conspiracy theories right because it's like pretty high up in is life on Mars was not life on Mars I'm of course being we're still going there so this is still happening we're gonNA use later and Gilbert Levin has put forward that NASA would be covering this up covering the discovery of life is if we're bound the vacuum of space land on Mars and and get rolling again yes not not land back on Earth Land on Mars we already have Ayton noting that the elements are not in the ratios you would expect and then looking at possible in and green patches on Mars rocks to have identical color saturation hue and intensity here he is actually arguing and doc detection of life another world turns out we didn't and so now as we are getting far more powerful telescopes as Cassini is detecting and as this next generation of telescopes is coming online to observe other worlds and directly observe the atmospheres of other planets dominate it and kill it more likely and so his argument for why people are fusing to acknowledge this is it would delay timelines now. I don't know what even say to that but today I would say you probably see life and and this is where it gets tricky I Chris McKay who is someone who's research early enjoy following and he someone who uses chemistry to find situations it should naturally exist so he's one of the ones that's out there studying ah scientifically rigorous when you think people who are who are making this so so this issue of we thought we had a slam dunk undetermined but human beings on Mars we're not going to do it if everyone knows there's life on Mars that is either going to contaminate our life and kill us or we're going to see using everything but water to justify their existence here is how you get valley's here's how you get every right you know something you'll point James Webb at and and determine the characteristics of its atmosphere you can't get how so many of the elements in the atmosphere of Mars are not in the ratios that you would expect he's one of the ones who's been out there studying the environment of time we know how much with right we know how much sure but I'm talking about you know Alien Worlds Yeah Yeah Keppler whatever six to nine why poor beat up Gilbert Levin Yeah desperately wants these experiments repeated right right and and by a logical impossible geological reasons for this to happen and his research is is some of the research that is working but as long as there are hoops you can jump through then you can't say life and when you think about like the capability of these telescopes have you point one of these telescopes and you determine the president you would hear a mix of people saying here are all the ways that you describe the geological features on Mars in theory that's the kinds of tools that you really are going to need a sample return mission will go a long way brings him we'll samples from Mars back to Earth but I think it's through right now to justify methane and all of these places becomes oh oops there's an advantages everywhere and we don't know this is Austin you find out if Mars was there for water was there for a long time let's send Mars twenty twenty to see if there's any evidence of any activity ever in the history and so the part of me that really wants there to be microbes out there we're going to end it microbes we once thought this would be relatively straightforward and I am almost like I said I'm certain you've said the word something defective VCR oxygen in the atmosphere you see life would you say that back in the early two thousands if you went to a series of Mars talks at a conference like Lynyrd Planetary Sciences Conference that you you can get you know methane check you can get ozone check oxygen check but again there are natural processes it's we've seen this literal seat turn of people saying there were once oceans yes ours now really hard to say okay so here are all the complicated hoops that you Keynesian jump through to get these results but also life bright to the time when we're sure especially if it's microscopic is actually a lot more intensive and a lot more complicated than we ever thought and that that could theoretically create each one of these and you don't necessarily get the quantity of them in these atmospheres and the thing that's all reminds me of is of say methane on the planet you don't know how much methane you know methane check well with Mars in using dust processes fluvial an alien the phrases that kept coming up and it's the fluvial the ones that require l. to still to do the either the sample return mission or to have the people there with the proper experiments or the right space craft and same problem right you send a laboratory ars it. Performs a bunch of experiments and people will think that those experiments being conclusive back to square one hurting us the cats that we are and to do the weekly production of our episodes This week I would like to thank Jordan Young Berry Gal win of some names for us this week I do I I have a variety people I would like to thank for supporting us through Patriot Dot Com satmars twenty twenty won't be the machine that'll do it Humans who go there filthy humans covered in microbes covered in cyanobacteria and Lichen uh right right and I just want this to be definitively proven while poor Gilbert is still alive yeah he he cutter that you also had a minority said voices at that point going but water water and and over the past two decades is the part of me that really wants there to be microbes out there really hopes that within our lifetime all of these gymnastics that we're going and yes really does yeah and then a Nobel Prize yes yeah I think every right Alright Pamela Do you have Policema Corey Deauville less Howard Paul Jarman Josh Cunningham Emily Patterson Josh Hoy ad Ecus many decades were at forty years already with Mars buckle up we know unlike obviously in less space x lands and and as well people are out there I don't know making their lawns for the Mars colony they happened to dig up a marsh skeleton it's going to take us a while bye thank you for listening to astronomy cast a nonprofit resource provided by the Planetary Science Institute Frazier Caned and Dr and then if we ever thought that any of these secrets would be revealed to US quickly we apparently have another thing coming that that it's going to take us decades it's GonNa be us at astronomy cast like us on facebook and watch us on Youtube we record our show live on youtube every Friday at three PM eastern Tom Slash astronomy cast it is you and all the things you do all the money that you give that allows us to pay Susie to keep this show going to keep it and Sharpton spare thank you everybody again we couldn't do this without you see next week Pamela Twelve PM Pacific or nineteen hundred ut see our intra music was provided by David Joseph Wesley the ultra music is by Travis Searle I'm g amount through Andhra plus Stra David Trog Brian K Goldberg rate the giant nothing Laura Carlson Robert I did it's really showing us that from the moment we think we've got the capability to detect some kind of life in this other place publisher of the universe today with the as always Dr Pamela Gay a senior scientists for the Planetary Science Institute and the Director of Cosmo Quest Pam how you doing exactly it Uganda spacecraft and someone looks over off to the horizon goes hey that Lichen on those rocks over there and they go oh let's go check in let's find out that well again you can find show notes and transcripts for every episode at astronomy cast you can email us at info at astronomy cast dot com tweet mm will. 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UPDT #9: Los cambios que deseamos ver en la WWE y algunos life hacks.

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UPDT #9: Los cambios que deseamos ver en la WWE y algunos life hacks.

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Expect Awesome #103 - Who Did You Vote For

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14:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Expect Awesome #103 - Who Did You Vote For

"This is the expect awesome. Podcast your source for expecting and achieving with god powered confidence motivational speaker and integrity doctors. President mr ryan. What's up what's up. what's up. Everybody welcome back to another episode here at the expect awesome podcast. I am so excited to be with you again this week last week. We talked about moves. And we talked about recognizing what is a move and what isn't and realizing sometimes when you are in a move when you don't even realize you're actually in a move and this week i want to move to something. That's also very mental. In a way. I want to do something to help your focus to help you see things correctly. It's a perception in a lot of ways. And the honest truth is even even as i introduced this if you read the title of it already if you one of those people that read the title before you hit. Play if you got this far. I'm telling you it's going to be worth. It's going to be worth it. Because the title of this one is gonna scare some people and i know that the title of this one may just turn some people off and i know that and you know i just felt like i've been kind of weighing on me the last couple of weeks. I've been planning this out of what i want to talk about. And i felt like this. It perfectly sample. And i realized that. I just can't ignore the fact that there was an election. You know they're just was. There was a presidential election kind of big right now right now. You know some would say. There's a winner. Some would say it's undecided. Whatever your thought is the next question. I'm going to ask has a lot to do with how you feel now before i ask that question. I'm going to go ahead. And just stated it. Because i know i have been very frank with you over the years of doing this. I have been very open very honest with you and in that honesty. I've always said stay away from politics. Don't talk about it. don't enter into it. don't mention it. Don't bring it up. And the reason i say that is very simple because especially in america literally. We're divided fifty fifty. So if you come out and say. I support this. We know you think it's right even though you think it's good even though you think is what you need to do understand this. You're about to just take off half of your customers half of the people around you and that's just not worth it. It's not worth losing half the people over one statement. It's just not as business decision. It's stupid that's not a worthwhile thing to do. So i'm not a big fan of talking about who you want full for but at the same time right now i'm gonna break president and i'm going to ask the question. I'm going to ask the question you ready for this. I'm ask question when i asked this question. I want you to actually respond now. I know i can't hear you. But i want you to respond now whether you want to respond verbally or you want to respond internally however that is no matter where you're at when everyone do actually want you to answer the question okay. So i'm about to ask the question. And i want you to actually answer. I'm gonna give you a moment to answer it. Okay and the question is this. Who did you vote for okay. I i'm pretty sure i heard you. I'm pretty sure i-. Espn that into our brain. I'm pretty sure. I know what you said. But if you voted for the president you had to pick. So who did you vote for now. The reason i'm asking you. That isn't because i really care. I don't i don't care who you voted for. I don't really care who wins from being totally honest with you. It just didn't affect me in my purpose isn't gonna affect what i'm doing. It's not gonna affect what happened here. What i wanna talk to you about today. Is i want you to realize that the decision that you made when you voted. It's a decision that you're making every day and you're not realizing it or not. I want to make sure that you get tests because self belief is big. Confidence is big. The only way to be awesome is to assume awesome. The only way to experience awesome is to think awesome. And by this. If you look at who you voted for for the president. I've noticed one very common trait among everybody. There's a common thing. I've told people over the years and it's a word i don't ever like using and it's the word but b u t. I don't like the war because the word pretty much means that every time you use that word everything that is before it is ally so in a general sense if you're in a relationship and it's not going good and the person says i love you but no the love cancelled out because what's coming next is the real feeling what's coming next. Is the real focus. If they say i want to help you but no they don't want to help you. They're moving on. There's a there's a but see we've all got butts we've all use but it sounds like a really nice way to let people out of something but in reality what it is. It's you trying to find a gentle way to let people down a gentle way to turn people down a gentle way to get out of something you don't want to do or get out of something you don't wanna say but that's what the but is so what i've noticed here in this time in this election in the kurds they were in. That word got used a lot. See i know that for you if you look at your candidate. I'm going to have to name which one because it goes for both. If you look at whichever candidate you chose. There are some horrible things that you have to overlook to vote for that candidate. There just aren't. I don't have to point out with side. Here's the brilliant. I can do this right now. And i can not bring up either person's name that ran the main two and you can listen to this and four years and this would still apply because what happens is is in an election. There are some things that your candidate did. That's horrible there. Are some things that your candidate stands for. That's horrible the problem is we look over now. I would say that's not a problem but see that's the problem we have with each other. Is that when we go against the other. We point out all the wrong things. The other side has done. We point out all the wrong stuff all the stuff that we should not support that. You shouldn't like and i get that. But here's the prob. here's the prob. You're willing to overlook some pretty horrible things to see the good in the person that you're supporting to see the good in the person that you're behind to see the good in the person that you're voting for some of you already voted and you voted in such a way that you did this. You put behind you. What you didn't think was mattered. You didn't think it mattered. You didn't think it was worth talking about. You didn't even worth pointing out but you put in front of you. The good things that the person candidate whatever that you were voting for you put those good things first and you were willing to overlook other things because she felt so strongly about these positive things and why. Why am i doing this. I know yard line. Man we're seven minutes into this thing like what are you talking about like what what's this have to do with mindset. What's this have to do with anything. Because i want to remind you of something something incredibly important and that's simply this. Who did you vote for today. You see each and every single day when you get up when you get ready when you're going into work when you're going about your day you have a decision to make whether or not you're going to vote for you whether you are going to support you see. You may be willing to overlook what one candidate dead and looked for their good. But you for yourself are are having a really hard time overlooking your pain overlooking your hurt overlooking your sen overlooking your negatively. And you aren't voting for you. Some of you are living right now stuck on the negative stuck on the negative. That's impacted you stuck in the negative determining you stuck on the negative things that you don't need right now but the reason you're stuck is you aren't forgiving yourself the way you're willing to forgive others the way you're willing to overlook a candidate you are giving yourself the grace. You are giving yourself that gift. You're not giving yourself that trust. And i'm telling you right now. You have to do each and every single day no matter what happened yesterday no matter what happened the hour before this no matter what it is you have to be able to look at yourself and say you know what i vote for you. You can look at yourself in the mirror and say i'd vote for you. I choose you you're good. You're great you're awesome not look in the mirror and say you're the one who did. Yes you're the one who's facing this. You're the one no one likes. You're the one everybody doesn't want to be around. It is so much easier to look at yourself and see those negative things but then look at your candidate and write off those things and only see the good at what point are going to decide to recognize that what the negative happens in. Your life doesn't define you. But the god part awesome this inside of you does. That's who you should vote for. You need to start voting for you. You need to start standing behind you no matter what no matter what's thrown your way no matter what comes because you notice people when they choose a candidate they don't when something bad happens they don't say oh well that was a bad thing. I'm done with them. No no no they still come with a reason to stick with with them. They still come with a way to stand by them. They still come with a way to hold the line. And i'm telling you for some of you you don't do that for yourself. You are quick to judge yourself your quick to define yourself that you were quick to write yourself off your quick to turn yourself down and i'm telling you that stops now that stops today. Today starts a new level of loyalty a self loyalty a loyalty. That shows that you know you're good. You know you're awesome. You know that you've got everything that you need. You know that you are worth it. You know that you are worth immeasurably more than anyone could ever ask her. Imagine but that can't happen. That can't start. That can't go forward unless you choose to vote for your self. Now you choose to look past all the stuff you've been staring at for so long you choose to leave behind what you have been putting up in front. It's time to have some grace for yourself. It's time to forgive yourself. If i can be totally honest if probably the biggest lesson i've learned in the last. Oh let's call it six to nine months and this is kind of where all this comes from is that i've learned in my own walk with god that there are a lot of things that i believe. He's forgiven me. For a lot of things i believe. He's wiped clean a lot of things. He died for a lot of things. I can see every trouble. I've ever had and i can easily understand him for giving before it. But there's a lot of those things that i didn't forgive myself for that i didn't let go off. He let go of them. But i did and i need to. I need to move on. I need to move forward. I need to vote for me. If i can vote for me with the things i've done. What the pain. I've had with the experiences. I've gone through. You can do it to. You can vote for you. Because you are awesome and your powered by god who loves you and knows you can achieve a measurably more than any of us could ever ask or imagine. Thanks for joining me this week. I wanna leave you in prayer before i get off here remind you. May we get back. I canceled because of covid things happen. But some new stuff coming new content coming. I appreciate everything so much. Check out my book online. I am awesome by ryan que mall. It's a kids book on confidence. Check that out how to build a god powered confidence in everyone your level little ones. I love getting the notes from it and got a few more this week. So great to see it's on. Its thirteen bucks. Whatever it is going there makes a great christmas gift. So that's coming great stocking stuffer. Get on that. it's a great deal. Let me joe got. I want to thank you today for these to thank you for everyone. Who tunes into this podcast. I ask that everyone listening and the new listeners. We have ask that you bless them. Ask that you put your hands on them and let them know that you vote for them. Let them know that you've got them. Let them noted you believe in them that you have faith in them that you have hope them that you know that they can do immeasurably more because you got them you got this you have it all covered got i wanted to help them wipe away any insecurities and he paid any hurt that they're facing right now. Help them to deal with. It helped him to realize that they need to put that on you and let that go god. I want to pray for the blessings of every single one of our listeners. Every single one of their families every single one of their kids and pray for health healing happiness in pray for the most awesome christmas season. We've had yet in your glorious name. We pray amen. Thanks for watching this week. Everybody god bless you love you. And i'll see you very soon for more awesome. This visit ryan que mall dot com or follow me on facebook. Instagram twitter at ryan. Que mall until next time. Keep smiling and remember you're awesome.

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