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AP News Radio
Ukraine, IMF agree on $15.6 billion loan package
"The IMF and Ukraine have agreed on a new loan package to support the government's finances severely strained by Russia's invasion. The $15.6 billion deal is expected to leverage even more money by assuring other donors that Ukraine is following strong economic policies. The nation's finance ministry says the program will help to mobilize financing for Ukraine's international partners and ensure the path to post war reconstruction the government's running a huge budget deficit amid massively higher military spending, and is reliant on outside help the loan agreement also aims to support Ukraine's efforts to revamp its economy as part of its bid to join the EU. I'm Charles De Ledesma
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Is Bob Frantz an Optimist or a Pessimist?
"Optimist, bob France, or are you a pessimist? Are we losing this war? Can I be both for a moment? You can. You can do really deep size into the microphone like you just did. I am pessimistic at the moment because I see the direction and I see the obstacles in front of us and I see this strong movement to turn little boys into little girls and to turn men into women and I'm very pessimistic about that, but I am optimistic because I believe in me. I'm optimistic because I believe in you, I'm optimistic because I believe there is a nation full of men who remember what it means to be a man in who are never going to abandon this fight. This is a culture war, and we didn't start it. We didn't pick it, we didn't declare war on anybody. We didn't declare war on LGBTQ or on BLM or any of the wokeness that's going on there. ESG and we didn't declare any of the war on any of that. They declared war on us, and the one thing that I said I would tell the young kids today if I was in a room filled with young males about what they need to do to secure the future about being self dependent and self reliant means you never, ever give up that fight, and you never stop until you win, or until you die, and doctor G, if you think about, you know, the challenge challenges before us, they're very daunting. But I just know, I don't care what hill we have to take in this proverbial or in that hypothetical war. I don't care what hell we have to take. I won't stop climbing it, and the reason why is I know you won't, and I know that there are so many others won't as well.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Bob Frantz: This Is the Most Coddled Generation I've Ever Seen
"We're gonna save the republic, if you're gonna save our civilization bob, we have to pass on to the next generation, the idea, the essentials that non negotiables of what it means to be a man. So if you in a room of young boys, boy scouts, eagle scouts, what have you, what for you would be the minimum syllabus items, the things that we must spread to the next generation of young boys for us to be in a healthier place. What kinds of things do we need to teach them? Well, something that this generation of young boys is not getting at all, and that is disciplined and self reliance. This is the most coddled generation I think that I've ever seen and it's because everything is handed to them whether it's by parents or not, everything comes easy the click of a button, the flip of a phone, all of the different things that this generation is being raised on. Did any of them know how to change the tire, do any of them know how to plant a garden to any of them know how to, you know, to build something if they needed to provide shelter for their family. Doctor gee, we live in a we live in a nation and in a culture right now that is so reliant upon the grid that if something extraordinary happened, like an EMP, if that ever happened and wiped out the electronics and the technology and man was forced to survive on only what he can do for himself, this generation would be wiped out in a matter of months. Because they don't know anything. So that the ability to do it for yourself to not say I'm going to hire a professional to do it for me to fix the car to fix the house to plumb the pipes, whatever the case might be. I would tell every young person today you need to learn how to do it on your own,
The Dan Bongino Show
Charlie Gasparino: How Silicon Valley Bank Came to Fall
"In running those companies for themselves they need to have a banking relationship and they did it with these guys And these guys would extend them lines of credit various types of loans collateral back loans you name it there's all these very intricate stuff that they did with those with to that to that VC portfolio portfolio company community and private equity community out there And so come valley In return those companies would do their banking with this guy with these guys And give them their money If they had money that they needed to put aside which they all do for payroll and short term expenses it was at Silicon Valley bank So think about that That is the least diversified business model You could think of one industry that is highly highly reliant and dependent on the continuation of low interest rates because that's what was fueling the sort of startup VC industry particularly in tech was low interest rates and lots of money The minute that spigot got turned off Guess what Tech started to crater Remember Facebook off its highs They're all laying Everybody all Salesforce off its size If you think about that those are the profitable companies Think about if you're a VC portfolio company which is still an early stages and not make it any money you have more you have more money problems Put that together Okay so the blue was off the rows in the VC tech community Those companies are cutting back on older borrowing from Silicon Valley bank Maybe some of them are going belly up on their borrowings on their lines of credit And on top of that they're now have to pull the money out of the bank So they're reducing their deposits And you get what you have here that someone smells at and then mover spread and the run
Examining the Impact of the Silicon Valley Bank Failure
"All right, so guys, listen, as I was prepping this, I was still kind of reeling from the news that Silicon Valley bank has failed. Maybe it will have sunk in by the time you're listening to this, but at the moment, I think that people are really kind of underestimating it still. I've barely begun to wrap my head around potential systemic implications, but just in the startup scene, it's still so significant. We're in a moment where it is now extremely likely that some startups will live or die on the basis of whether or not they banked with SVB and whether or not they got their money out. Brad hargreeves summed it up like this. He wrote Silicon Valley bank closure and receiver ship is going to have a massive impact on the tech ecosystem. SVB was not just a dominant player in tech, but were highly integrated in some non traditional ways. A few things we'll see in the coming days and weeks. One SVB was incredibly integrated into the lives of many founders, not just their startups bank and lender, but also provided personal mortgages and other financial services. A whole mess for FDIC or eventual buyer to unwind. To any uninsured balances at SVB, those above 250 K are in jeopardy. FDIC plans to pay them out quote as it sells the assets of SVB. Lots of startups exclusively banked with SVB as this was a covenant of their debt. CEOs yesterday faced a hard choice. Pull your deposits and go into default on your venture debt or risk losing everything if the bank failed. Many chose to hold tight as SVB outright failure seemed outlandish. Now they may not be able to make payroll next week. Unpaid wages pierce the corporate veil, so boards are incredibly sensitive to employing workers they may not be able to pay. Expect mass layoffs later today Monday at latest. And given the week fundraising environment, a number of startups have been reliant on venture lenders, EG, SVB, not aggressively pursuing a monetization of debt or triggering default for covenant foot faults, EG cash balances. How will FDIC handle this mass defaults? Having run a startup through the global financial crisis, this is the first thing I've seen since that that is even vaguely reminiscent of that time. Total cluster.
Here Comes Britcoin...
"Let's turn to our main topic Bret coin. The UK treasury and the Bank of England are expanding the discussion of a retail CBDC, inviting public comment on a consultation paper released on Tuesday. Ahead of the release, the treasury and the Bank of England released a joint statement saying that, quote, on the basis of our work to date, the Bank of England and HM treasury judge that it is likely a digital pound will be needed in the future. It's too early to commit to build the infrastructure for one, but we are convinced that further preparatory work is justified. The consultation is designed to inform the decision around whether or not to build the infrastructure for a digital pound. With a pilot test not anticipated before 2025. While many of the design features are up for debate, UK authorities are certain of one thing that they don't want the digital pound referred to exactly as I'm referring to it here as Bitcoin. Bank of England deputy governor John cunliffe set at a speech launching the consultation, quote, the digital pound can be confusing in people's minds with crypto assets, such as Bitcoin. I should take this opportunity to correct this misapprehension. Indeed, nothing could be further from the truth. Now, the paper goes into the many risks of launching a retail CBDC ranging from privacy risks to the risk of bank runs, crippling the financial system, should the CBDC outcompete commercial bank deposits. Overall, the consultation is one of the more complete and open attempts to publicly talk through the pros and cons of a retail CBDC we've seen from a government to date. One note from the proposal that has captured many headlines is a proposal that would cap citizen CBDC holdings somewhere in the 10,000 to 20,000 pound range to quote strike an appropriate balance between managing risks and supporting wide usability of the digital pound. This limit would allow a majority of UK wage earners to take their salary in the CBDC, but would still create competition with commercial banks. The digital pound would also offer no interest allowing banks to easily offer competitive terms on deposit accounts. Now one of the concerns articulated is that a CBDC could accidentally destabilize the commercial banking system. Currently banks use deposits as a cheap form of funding for loans. Without that flow of deposits, banks could increasingly find themselves reliant on more expensive wholesale markets, driving up borrowing costs for users.
Joe Biden's Presidency: 2 Years Down, 2 Years to Go
"Two years of buying down two to go and some extraordinary measures And it is kind of hard to believe it's only been just over two years You start thinking about time on one hand you know you think oh gosh you know it's already February On the other hand how long does it feel like Joe Biden has been president Hell of a lot longer than two years at this point right Anyway so here we are Barely over halfway through his first guy willing only term But to his credit he's accomplished a heck of a lot of his agenda I mean we haven't arrived at this point with our ever rising interest rates Just by chance He's been highly successful and his agenda And it started with his day one action The executive order killing the Keystone XL pipeline Followed within the first week by additional executive actions levy new regs on the U.S. energy industry Preventing the harvesting of new energy stateside banning energy harvesting altogether on federal lands Actions that inside of a week took the United States from being energy independent to once again being reliant on foreign sources of energy Also that first policy which was the ignition stick for what became our 41 year high rate of inflation You also had that day one action of Biden killing construction of the border wall spending billions of dollars to actually stop projects as opposed to finishing them In addition to reversing president Trump's executive actions on border policy policy ushering in our era of unprecedented illegal immigration
THETA Breaches 1 Level Courtesy Of Solid OnChain Developments
"10 a.m. Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. Data breaches one level courtesy of solid unchained developments. Streaming services have become a big part of the modern society. Theta network is building that kind of tech for the web three space. The network's native token theta has been going bullish in the past few weeks as a result of on chain developments, and a reversal of the sentiment on cryptocurrencies. According to coin gecko, theda rose 15 in the biweekly time frame, along with other altcoins. The network has been revving up development with the recent alpha release of edge store. Theta networks decentralized storage solution related reading what is singularity net and why is its AGI X token exploding by one 16 boosting the network in their January 20th blog post, the development team detailed how this new way of storing data can help the network and web three progress. The edge store solution would be a decentralized way to store web three content. This will run on the theta edge nodes, which already has the ability to encode and transcode content. The fear uncertainty and doubt surrounding the cryptocurrency market has not stopped the networks to grow with partnerships. Trusted media brand, a web three entertainment firm, is now part of the growing list of theta's enterprise validator nodes. The list includes tech industry giants like Samsung, Google, and Sony to name a few. This would accelerate the adoption of web three for entertainment services. One reached what's next for theta as the time of writing, the token has breached the 1.02 resistance to hit its current price of 1.04. This drive towards one might have left the bulls exhausted as they pulled off the advance yesterday. Right now, they'd a bulls are focused on consolidating gains. If the bulls are successful in consolidating the coin, we might see an explosive upward pressure in the next couple of days. The token, with its high correlation with Bitcoin, would also be subject to the broader sway of the crypto market. Theta gearing up for a monster move pick dot Twitter dot com 5 are 41 socks gay Luke prior high priest of cash the look of prior January 16th, 2023, with BTC going into consolidation mode as well. Theta's face right now would be reliant if Bitcoin breaks upwards or downwards. Although the token still has a long way to go for it to recover pre FTX levels, its steady momentum now will surely help investors and traders reach their goals. Analysts are also bullish for the future of the token crypto total market cap at 993 billion on the weekend chart chart trading view dot com related reading Shiba Inu shows aggressiveness with 20 jump in the weekly charts for now. Investors and traders targeting 1.20 should focus on keeping the momentum steady and slow as consolidating gives the token some room for short and medium term gains. With Bitcoin's price movement also affecting the theta market, monitoring how BTC moves in the next couple of weeks, should also be a priority. Featured image by currency dot com
"reliant" Discussed on WTOP
"Straight for his house. He and his son used kayaks at a shovel to rescue the pilot 71 year old Steve couchman. Eventually, I got him onto the ice, he was on the kayak, he was out of the water and safe. And then at that point, I knew he was going to be fine. Yeah, the pilot is expected to recover just fine from his injuries. Fortunately, the cause of the crash, though, remains under investigation. Ten 34 now and gas prices continue to go down this morning. It triple a saying that the national average is three, ten a gallon for regular. The average cost around the area in Virginia two 96 a gallon Maryland is about $3 a gallon. It's three 36 in D.C.. Gas buddy survey of 4000 stations in Virginia around the start of Christmas at the holiday found that the average cost for gas in Virginia had fallen about 5 cents a gallon. Patrick de Haan of gas buddy said it was the 7th straight week for a decline in the national gas prices. Well, 2023 may be the year you can finally afford to buy a new car. This year buyers paid an average 12% more for new cars and 40% more for used cars than pre-pandemic levels. The price hikes blamed on global supply chain issues, a shortage of raw materials and more recently inflation, but a new report by JPMorgan research predicts prices will drop by up to 5% for new cars and up to 20% for used cars in the new year, the insider reports the best prices will be found on cars made in America and larger cars, but you'll want to keep in mind fuel costs. Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov is making demands of Ukraine if it wants to end the Russian invasion. Lavrov said that Ukraine must in his words demilitarize and de nazify. He's also accusing the west of fueling the war in an effort to weaken Russia a day earlier Ukraine's foreign minister told The Associated Press that his government wants a summit to end the war, but he doesn't anticipate Russia taking part. Well, the Supreme Court is deciding whether the Biden administration would be allowed to make it easier for illegal immigrants to stay in the country. Just the possibility that title 42 could end is leading thousands of migrants every day to overwhelm the southern border. And now the city of El Paso, Texas has extended a state of emergency. The El Paso convention center and now former elementary schools have been set up as shelters for the migrants seeking asylum and it's the main reason the city extended the state of emergency order another 30 days. El Paso mayor, Oscar Lisa. It gives us the ability to be able to do things we couldn't do until we called it and that's our shelters and put people in shelters and make sure that they're safe. Federal border officials believe the flow of migrants into El Paso could grow from 2500 a day to as many as 6000 after title 42 restrictions are lifted. Chris Fox for CBS News, Austin. Still to come here on WTO getting rid of a live Christmas tree, well there's some rules for that. It's ten 36. NFL week 17 off right with NFL same game parlay insurance from FanDuel. America's number one sports book. This is George Wallace and it doesn't matter
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Trey Gowdy: 'Twitter Files' Revelations Are Not a Surprise
"Look at Trey gowdy. He appeared with Bret baier last night on Fox News. And Trey gowdy, former congressman, great congressman, former prosecutor, great prosecutor. Now he's a Fox News channel guy. To him, a conservative, this revelation, this Twitter files reveal isn't really that big a deal. I hate to be an outlier, but a group of Democrats showing preference for a Democrat and suppressing Republicans. It's just not breaking news to me. I mean, The New York Times and political have been doing it for decades. So I mean, shame on us for becoming so reliant on social media if there is entanglement between government or law enforcement or intelligence community and Twitter. That's a different story. But Brett The New York Times is not endorsed a Republican since Dwight Eisenhower. Who is surprised that a group of Democrats is going to suppress positive choice about Republicans and amplify negative stories about Republicans. It's just not surprising to me. He's a smart guy, and I understand his point. He's saying we shouldn't be shocked that a social media giant like Twitter leans left. Or has been leaning left.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
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Entrepreneur on FIRE
"reliant" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And then I just love how you talked about resilience. We're going to get more into that in a little bit. But fire nation, I want to end this with what impact are you going to be having with this business with your unique gift? I mean, why not make an area that you're actually passionate about? If you're going to have this impact, have it be in an area that you're passionate about that's going to bring out the true flavor and fire of that unique gift. John, you just kind of really killed it with that. I went back over some things that I found were definitely most compelling to me and for fire nation. So if we're going down this path of being a self reliant entrepreneur. But of course these outside influencers are pushing us left pushing us right. Other things are happening. How can we remain true to our entrepreneurial dream? Well, I think the first step in that really is to understand how little we actually can control. Because I think we get knocked off a lot. And a lot of stress is caused. By believing that we can control what other people do or say or think, or that we can control whether it's whether it's going to rain today or especially in Puerto Rico. Rain's coming, whether we like it or not. And I think that once entrepreneurs and a lot of this comes from experience. But one, once entrepreneurs realize the only thing we are in charge of, the only things that we can control or how we show up and how we respond to everything that goes on around us and to us and with us. And I think sometimes releasing all that other stuff actually frees you up to enjoy the experience every single day. I just was listening to something today and they talked about an Albert Einstein quote that I'm sure your listeners are familiar with that there's really only two ways to go through life.
AP News Radio
Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition
"Indonesia has signed an international deal to accelerate a transition toward clean energy known as the just energy transition partnership the deal announced by President Biden and others on the sideline at the G 20 summit aims to reduce emissions from Indonesia Not just like soon but to be just One of the world's most populous countries Indonesia is heavily reliant on coal power plants It's the world's third largest coal producer but it also has abundant potential to move into renewable energy We're mobilizing $20 billion to support Indonesia's efforts to reduce emissions and expand renewable energy And support workers in the most affected who are most affected by the transition away from coal Indonesian officials say the country has an important role to play in fighting climate change and the deal is a signal not just in the Asia Pacific but the world South Africa signed up during last year's climate conference in India Vietnam Senegal and the Philippines are all considering similar deals I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Ukraine: Russian shelling damaged nuclear plant power lines
"Russia has held power lines in Ukraine that connect Europe's largest nuclear plant to Ukraine's power grid The move has left the zapper Asia power plant reliant on diesel generators once again according to the state operator the generators have enough power to maintain the plant for just 15 days although its 6 reactors are not operating they are in need of power to keep them cool The new town of events has raised fears of a nuclear disaster the continuous shelling around the nuclear plant which has been occupied by Russian troops has led the UN's nuclear watchdog to warn of a radiation emergency
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Have the 'Thatcherites' Died Out? Mike Graham Weighs In
"There enough decent real I would call if I were in the UK now? I call myself a Thatcher ride. At the saturates died out, are they living a good life in the private sector? Are there enough to have the back of the next prime minister if they're a real conservative? Well, do you know the ex Home Secretary, Sue a brave man who basically resigned her job because she wasn't being allowed to run the immigration policy and to stop the illegal migration onto the shores of our country from France. She wasn't allowed to do that so she resigned, the accusations made against Liz truss was that she was a far right leader. I mean, incredible stuff. This was coming from inside the Conservative Party because it is unfortunately has always been driven by the European question. And people have started to say that they want actually to make sure that there is still a relationship with the European Union, which is absolutely a basket case. I mean, inflation in France is worse than it is in the UK, having blacked out in Germany. You know, it's absolutely horrendous over any has never been a better science and lead the European Union. Donald Trump said Germany was too reliant on Russian gas. And so it proved. So we need to get to a return and there's plenty of thatcherites who are voting conservative and they're not getting the conservative government. They're asking for.
The Trish Regan Show
People Don't Want to Invest in the Traditional Energy Sector
"Want to invest in the traditional energy sector here in the United States of America for a reason right now because they know that Joe Biden is going to be very hostile towards their investment. What do you think this ESG environmental social governance stuff is all about? They rate things green, yellow, red in terms of whether pension funds can actually put their money into these things. And that's all orchestrated to try and basically turn off this traditional energy. Well, in doing so, you make yourself more reliant and more dependent on all these countries that you don't want to be reliant and dependent on. I mean, heck, he didn't want to have to go over there to Saudi Arabia to say hello to MDS. Especially after the Khashoggi stuff, this is something that Joe Biden and the Democrats didn't want to have to do. But they did, he went and gave the little fist bump and now he's angry. He's angry that the Saudis are turning off that oil. Well, maybe you ought to have. Now I'm going on a limb. Maybe just want to have a solution, right? Is anybody playing chess instead of checkers? In a game of chess, you're thinking through what happens next. What are the next moves that could actually transpire? And I don't even want to think about them because they're so bad. But this is what we are supposed to be getting from our lawmakers and our leaders. We're not getting it. Hence all the inflation.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Xi Says China Is the New Choice for Humanity
"Washington Post president Xi presents China as a new choice for humanity. Is he ready for next term? Autocrats always be believed their own press clippings. Don't they? She says, they're going to be self reliant. They're going to have state letter initiatives. Taiwan is going to be reunited. It reunified. They celebrated the reunification of Hong Kong with China at the big party Congress this weekend, meaning that they've suppressed everyone and arrested everyone that they needed to do so. It's a nightmare in China and the threat to Taiwan is real and he put it out there and I hope they've got a plan at The White House because I wouldn't be I would not be at all surprised if it happens before the election. If he makes a lurch at Taiwan as soon as he's got his third term sealed up.
TED Talks Daily
"reliant" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Can step outside of their comfort zone and do amazing things. Now, these are skills that are necessary not only for them to lead fulfilling lives and live out their potential, but those are skills that are also necessary for our changing world. So back to my original question, how do we raise self reliant kids who have initiative, our resilient and can be problem solvers? I believe we do that by raising kids who can think and act entrepreneurially. Kids who have the opportunity or have the skill set to view the world from an entrepreneurial mindset. So let me tell you how I came to this conclusion. So for more than 20 years, my work was centered around supporting adult entrepreneurs. Providing them with training and technical assistance and resources to help them start and grow their businesses. It's something I would observe. We'd have two individuals come into our office seeking assistance. And on the surface, it appeared that those individuals were at the same level in terms of resources, capabilities, skills, and business acumen. But what we would find is that one individual would take that information and go with it. And then the other individual, we just seem to have trouble really getting traction and getting going. And what I realized was that it had nothing to do with skill or capability. What it came down to was the mindset of that individual. In observing this got me thinking how might I raise my children such that they can view the world like an entrepreneur? That they would have the courage to step out and to change the world with an entrepreneurial lens. So that set us out my husband and I on a 15 year journey to raise entrepreneurial kids. And we really saw this come together when my eldest son Silas was 9 years old. We had been living here in Maryland for about two years and my husband was planning to travel back to Colorado to visit his mother. And so Silas asked me, he said, hey mom, can me and my brothers also go with dad to visit grandma? And I said, well, you know, Silas, four airline tickets were not in the budget. But you can go if you can buy your own ticket. So a pause for a moment and he said, okay, well, how much are airline tickets? And I said about $300. And so his next question has to say, it literally blew my mind. So he said, okay, can I find free stuff on Craigslist and then resell it? Yeah, I was like, yeah, you can. And
TED Talks Daily
"reliant" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"How do we raise self reliant kids who have initiative who are resilient and who could be problem solvers? Kids who have the skills and the courage to step outside of their comfort zone and take advantage of what life has to offer.
The Trish Regan Show
Anthony Fauci Is (Finally) Retiring!
"Let's turn to the facts you news. We thought we'd never see the day, right? Anthony Fauci finally retiring is a big deal. Big, big, big deal. And it's coming in an interesting time. Only because the CDC recently was saying, you know, we could have done a better job. Maybe we should have been more clear. We should have gotten the word out and better way. And they seem to be pulling me a culpa just as Fauci is leaving his position. Now he was there more than 40 years. He's had quite a tenure, but I think when it's all said and done, a lot of people are going to look back on that time and realize that so much of this became overly political, which is what I have said from the very beginning. You know, you protect, who you need to protect, you take the right and necessary steps, but you don't shut an economy down, because you need to have an economy to say. And we have only to look to China and the mistakes that China has been making in terms of its own economy. They keep shutting it down, shutting it down, that causes major havoc for the supply chain internationally, another reason not to be reliant on China, by the way. But it also creates huge problems for their own domestic economy, and we've seen proof of that. We've stumbled, of course, ourselves as a result of some of the things that we did that was at his urging. So look, you can Monday morning quarterback this thing all you want, but there was a lot of back and forth in terms of information. And that inconsistency in information is what caused a lot of people to really not trust the institution itself. Let alone the person, right? And that, I think, did enormous damage to us as a country.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media
"We you pointed this out, but it's just this mainstream media stuff just drives me insane. You were saying, I don't even hear them cover. They've covered Democrats doomed so many times. I know you're missing the Democrats and pulled ahead in generic polling. There's new polling showing Biden and Harris beating Trump beating desantis showing Harris beating desantis. And they just don't, they're so hard. They never report on that. Yeah. They're just so we D to this storyline, right? And meanwhile, like you said, I think roe is a huge thing, but I think it's not even the only thing. Like, look at the most legislatively successful president since LBJ with a 50 50 Senate. I mean, it is truly every barometer 50 year low in jobless. I mean, the jobless numbers just came out Friday. I mean, I don't know how you can spin it anymore that Biden is an incredibly successful. What do you make of the approval numbers for him because to me it's just this relentless mainstream media coverage that I don't know how we overcome it? Yeah, I mean, I think I know CNN, the guy who wants CNN is like Friends with Donald Trump. Obviously, these people who own, I don't know how many there are who own the major cable. And then obviously the big papers. You know, they're wealthy and unfortunately in some cases wealthy business owners, which prefer Republicans because they get all the tax breaks. And you know, and then they have the friendships and whatever. And I don't know the behind stories, but yeah, there's, you know, the fairness doctrine going away. Right. And 24/7 news that is reliant on views clicks and attention. I think that's where it's coming from an unfortunately people are more concerned about clicks and dollars than they are about just getting the news out. What we used to be as a country where it came to news and we could all no matter what party you were in, go to that ABC News NBC News CBS world news tonight, whatever it was. And we could all just, you know, we might not agree, but we all believed them. Right. No longer happened. We killed that. Right.
The Ben Shapiro Show
Al Qaeda's Emir Al-Zawahiri Killed in Kabul by US Drone
"An American drone strike has now killed. You may remember, I'm in also operating from such as at 9 11 and the bombing of the Tanzania and Kenya embassies. Well, he was a key plotter on September 11th. He took over for Osama bin Laden after Osama bin Laden's untimely demise at the hands of the United States Navy seals. President Biden announced on Monday night that zahra had been killed and he was very triumphal about it and understandable. I mean, the fact is that it's a very good thing for the United States when a high ranking terrorist in Al-Qaeda is indeed killed. He was killed by drone strike in the heart of downtown Kabul over the weekend. There's a 21 year manhunt for him. Apparently he was responsible more than anyone except for bin Laden for September 11th. Biden gave a 7 minute nationally televised address from The White House here is what it sounded like. The United States successfully concluded an air strike in Kabul, Afghanistan that killed the emir of Al-Qaeda. Iman elza weary. You know, is that where he was bin Laden's leader, he was with him all the whole time. He was his number two managed deputy at the time of terrorist attack 9 11. He was deeply involved in the planning of 9 11. One of the most responsible for the attacks and murdered 2977 people on American soil. Well, Joe Biden is very reliant on this particular story to shield him from criticism over Afghanistan. You'll notice that one of the things that he is focused very in on is the idea that no matter that the United States actually does not have assets on the ground in Afghanistan somehow will still be able to combat the terror threat in Afghanistan. According to The New York Times, American intelligence agencies track down ozu opry in Kabul earlier this year and spent months determining it really was him hiding out in a house in a crowded section of the Afghan capital by hiding out. We mean kind of living in the open, apparently. After receiving authorization from Biden a week ago, the CIA fired two hellfire missiles and killed Oswald free on a balcony of the house without killing anyone else, including members of his family or any nearby civilians according to American officials. A reminder, by the way, that the American military is unbelievably good at its job. That when the American military decides to take you out, they will take you out without killing anyone else while you stand on a balcony at 6 18 in the morning. I mean, that is pretty impressive stuff there from the American military.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Julie Kelly Describes the Corrupt, Brainwashing J6 Public Defenders
"To us about the quality of and the behavior of the public defenders? I've read things that I found hard to believe, Julie. As the child of a man who at the age of 20 was put through a show trial, a communist show trial, and then given a life sentence and put in a political prison. That's my father Paul gorka, to hear accounts of a defendant having to openly in front of the judge, make statements about how yes I'm sorry I recognize that Joe Biden is the real president. This is this is something out of Mao's communist China. Who are these public defenders that are giving subscribed prescribed reading lists of politically correct books to their defendants to their clients? Yeah, it's really pretty stunning. One of them is named Heather shaner. I talk about her in my book. She amazingly is still defending January 6th defendants. Now, it's important to note most of these people have never been in trouble with criminal justice system ever. They don't have money 6 figures at least to retain a criminal defense lawyer in Washington, D.C., so they are wholly reliant on public defenders, court appointed attorneys. And many of them, as you can imagine, are far leftists as most public defenders are. And they are this Heather Shane, for example, has put some of her clients through this re-education camp, giving them books, telling them to watch movies that portray America as systemically racist as anti semitic. You know, we murdered off all of the Native Americans. This is what she has said publicly, but the real shame here said is public defenders can do and say whatever they want. The problem is these D.C. district court judges and I'm talking about every single judge from Trump appointees, Clinton, Obama, down to Reagan appointees if you can believe they're still two of them on the court. They are allowing this government to get away with everything that they're asking for. And not condemning these public defenders for saying this has nothing to do. This is someone charged with parading in the capitol, a petty offense, a class B misdemeanor. I mean, these are things as barrel how the chief judge said, this court never even entertains class B misdemeanors. But that is monopolizing the court's time right now.
Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"reliant" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"That it's where you come to watch whether it's ad dude oil You can watch all of that in the roku channel creating The entire experience if you will within the channel and on our platform right so imagine that ms to into a platform which is what makes it really. Unique messes you just mentioned roka's originals congrats on the launch of that about the launch. And like. how did you even market it. We took a really different approach than how usually market original is on mocked. his strategy was to be focused on. How can roku come out with the biggest campaign that we've had today and mainly sorry. I should say. I'm primarily used the power to do that. We have the unique opportunity. I would say to connect off shows to audiences at scale right obviously. The first round of our originals was acquitted.
Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"reliant" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"The media. Landscape is so fragmented right. Keep her on instagram. In their own take talkin will watching. Tv they're watching multiple devices. And so you warm often channels than we've ever had before people are all over the place and they need to get to them quick us. So that's a challenge at roku the way we're trying to handle these things is we've really started to invest into a crm. And so all go. But before i got here we have channels. You know what they call multichannel marketing. We did that. Everyone's trying to do that and everyone's trying to do on me channel marketing but the way we're focusing about is really trying to now and get the power about platform out and one of my roles here at here. At roku is becoming hyper focused on really building tools automations so that the marches can actually be feeding the systems and and making the systems v. The brains of what we do is all this manual curation and execution that needs to happen. So that's what we're we're focused today for the channel. Let's talk a little bit about roku I think most listeners. Wherever they are in the world have probably experienced roku at some point in time but your business is pretty vast like as i was researching for this conversation. I mean you got the devices but you got the operating system itself and they've got a content but like how. How do you think about the business. And how would you define what roku is doing today. Rea- the number one streaming platform in america and in canada and business has to core offerings quickly. Tell you about them and how we have all of those kind of working together like you said it's devices right before the right devices than we have. Tv's these these devices on tv's really offer. An easy way to watch tv will most uses that. This is what they used to get to the net fixes who's disney's and and the roku channel the tv's however people know us for devices but with the number one in three tv's in the us powered by rogue who we partner with multiple manufacturers like tcl and high sense to do that and then the second paul about a business is the problem business and that's made up hold. Three pillars is advertising right. That is what we do at cole. And then we've got a content partnerships like the streaming providers. I just mentioned and then of course the roku channel and all of that works together and is really how we on a ties of the business then as we drive a little deeper into the platform. Business and roku channel. How do describe what roku channel is for listeners. And what makes it unique or special. The rookie channel is an ad supported. Channel that is on the roku platform but is not only on the roku peplum..
Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"reliant" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"How do you think about driving. Growth within marketing. And what do you feel like has changed over the years And the businesses that you've worked in can i. It's a really really complicated place to be right now to be a marketa it not only. Do you need the traditional side of marketing. But you really need to be technology forward and data the line. I think i think of them in three buckets like the way i look at these. Three levers are just kind of poke into a minute. And i looked at them in every job that i've had but it's just gotten much worse. Not only is is in enough growth to be had but you'll losing resource is having to just become more and more efficient and those three things i tend to focus on. Everything is moving so foster and humans can't keep up with it. I mean you need to be able to mock it and deliver personalized experiences at i. Cool at the speed over tick-tock swipe if you get to the consumer that quickly especially five years from now the relevance of you being around is just is just going to get northern and then with talking about like things like ticked off. The media. Landscape is so fragmented right. Keep her on instagram. In their own take talkin will watching. Tv they're watching multiple devices. And so you warm often channels than we've ever had before people are all over the place and they need to get to them quick us. So that's a challenge at roku the way we're trying to handle these things is we've really started to invest into a crm. And so all go. But before i got here we have channels. You know what they call multichannel marketing. We did that. Everyone's trying to do that and everyone's trying to do on me channel marketing but the way we're focusing about is really trying to now and get the power about platform out and one of my roles here at here. At roku is becoming hyper focused on really building tools automations so that the marches can actually be feeding the systems and and making the systems v. The brains of what we do is all this manual curation and execution that needs to happen.
"reliant" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Reliant Air conditioning. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is defending the Biden ministrations moved to pull Americans out of Afghanistan. Blinken said the president faced a choice to withdraw or escalate the situation not followed through on his predecessor's commitment. Attacks on our forces, and those are allies would have resumed. And the Taliban's nationwide assault on Afghanistan's major cities would have commenced Lincoln his answering questions before lawmakers today, Southeast Texans preparing for what could be days of lingering rain from Tropical Storm Nicholas Nicholas expected to dump as much as 8 to 10 inches of rain on parts of the Gulf Coast and inland, including the Greater Houston area for Ben County Judge K. P. George urging Texans to take the storm. Seriously. The reason I say this if you anyone of you remember 2000 to Alison Tropicals From Alison was just a tropical storm, but it created the maximum damage to our areas. 15 inches of rain is possible in some isolated areas, prompting concern for flash flooding. The state has rescue teams and other resources on standby. Clayton Neville W B A P News the Mask mandate in Fort Worth High SD that began today didn't last long after the requirement took effect this morning, the second quarter of appeals in Fort Worth. Granted a temporary injunction which bans the enforcement of wearing masks. The mass requirement was approved by the district weeks ago, but a lawsuit filed by parents blocked it. The same lawsuit is blocking the mandate yet again. Texas BUSINESS Real time numbers on Wall Street The Dow up 111 points, NASDAQ Down 77 the S and P 500 off By 12 again the high Today 85. It is 83 degrees W b a p News desk. I'm Eric Bushman. You're next update at 2 30 24 7 coverage. W b a p dot com This is the news and talk of Texas..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"reliant" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ohio State had offensively with with the new quarterback, and I'm like, Oh, you know it, which comes just shove there, and those two teams are playing. First of all, it's going to be a great game, but I got to go with those offensive playmakers right this second, whether I want new blood in college football. I think it needs a shot in the arm. That's one of the reasons why I like college football playoff expansion data will eventually happen. But who who, realistically? Help their chances that much. Was it a UCLA? It was, was it Cincinnati? It was, You know, what are these nontraditional college football playoff teams had a good weekend. Well, I think I mean, you nailed two of them. Look, I thought Cincinnati number four this week because I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Oklahoma. I'm doing about what I saw, right this skinny minute on Saturday and Cincinnati's mind a few teams that went out there and took care of business against the team that they should have. And Desmond Ritter was spectacular. He threw coming through four. Four touchdowns and rushed for another. Um, you know, they've got a chance to be undefeated going into Notre Dame and guys. We talk about how North Carolina impact Clinton's schedule. Oh, my God. The Hoosiers. I mean, how embarrassing Like just just India. Actually in Denia Hoosiers If you saw the misspelling of the jerseys, yes. Yes. Yes, it was. It was hard to miss that. But they, you know, I thought that going on the road back to back for Cincinnati and beating Indiana and Notre am Had a realistic chance to get them in the committee's conversation. Now, I don't think going on their own being Indiana is going to do much for them at this point, but going on around being Notre Dame can But the point is they they did a great job and they took care of business, and they looked like the Cincinnati that we thought they were going to look like I Washington U C L a game last night from start to finish and man That immune? You knew Chip Kelly was going to put it together At some point. The man is a good coach, and it was just still a bit of a question. That was, if this year is it, and I think it's still kind of a question. Let's see him do it for the next you know, 11 12 weeks or what it might be. But man, they looked good. They had playmakers who played discipline and they really beat an outcoached else. You soundly so I thought they played very well on a day when Oregon so they had some questions. No, no, I agree that Heather Dennis joining US college football playoff reporter Be interesting to see with U C. L A And I mean LSU we've seen, you know, without Joe Brady and Joe Burrow. It's just not the same program, so we'll see Just how good they are moving forward. But you're right. We can only go on. What we've seen in UCLA looked pretty damn good. I want to circle back quickly. Two years Cincinnati observation. I agree with you, and starting on a higher plane is good, because you have less to go to get into that Top four. But your point about Indiana is one that I made earlier is that This looks like a playoff schedule, where a group of five things have to allot. You not only have to start top 10 or top 15, but you also have to have meat on the bone of the schedule. They got Indiana and Notre Dame. The problem is the reliant on those two teams to be good. And if Indiana is like a 500 team or an eight and 14, and they go on the road and also beat Notre Dame, I get it, Heather, But we've seen what the committee does with strength of schedule with Group of five teams. How confident would you be? That if they went out, they should feel pretty good about their standing. Would be confident that they would be in the conversation because you would figure they're playing a ranked team in the American Athletic Conference championship Game Cube right, and that's part of the piece of the puzzle is what does the committee view that? How do they view that league? Right? We always know that they say we don't judge conferences. We ranked teams. You know what they think of the conference by how many teams All right, you know. So we've seen that with the SEC. Time and time again, So I'm certainly not going to say that if they go on to feed it there in because they be Indiana and Notre Dame? No, thank you, right. But how do they look? During all these games can get another ranked opponent and to your point How to Indiana and Notre Dame finished is a CF piece Top 25 What happens in all the other power? Five conferences, right, Heather last quick question for you. College football playoff this committee. This working group supposed to get back together? What in late September is that what's the next step for all of us? Yep. September 28. So any fans of college football who are listening to this hoping for some grand resolution coming out of Rosemont, Illinois, in your big 10 offices later this month are going to be severely disappointed because multiple sources are telling me that the president might not even vote on on expansion. At this point. I mean, things have just gone so many Different directions. There's a bunch of political, you know, moves involved in this now, with the Oklahoma and Texas going to the he so I think it's inevitable. The playoff is going to expand at some point, but I think that the door on it happening before the end of this 12 year contract is closing quickly. And if that's gonna be the case, you know who's going to be hurt by that the alliance because the Pac 12 and the had horrifically bad opening weekends is not going to get any better. But, alas, that's what they want to do. Heather Dennis, thank you so much. We appreciate the time, all right. You bet. Thanks, guys. There it is. Heather Dinner. Joining us in the Goodyear Hotline Brought to you by Goodyear with every mile on the road to greatness. Goodyear more driven. We continue to drive this college football bus and what we liked out of the weekend, including one upset. No one has given some love to. We will do it. Next on ESPN Radio. Peter earns Matt Shit best week ever. As a fan. This is amazing at the time of the year. This is what we talked about. This is real message. You ready? Sound ready? This is Marty Smith. And I'm ready..
Dirty Bird Podcast
"reliant" Discussed on Dirty Bird Podcast
"Some koufax i found about the buffalo head is they're highly. Reliant on northern flickers northern flickers are really species. Yeah and they're highly reliant on their nesting. Cavities we have them here. We have northern flickers here. There's actually a pair not too far from where i live In one of the trees. But i think the tail feathers and the wing feathers are different. Color yeah on the flickers here than the flickers where you are out west. You guys have read shafted northern flickers and out here we have golden shaft. northern flickers When i i Went out west for the first time in like you know into yosemite did all those national parks i remember seeing a northern flicker and it had the red red shafts on the bottom of wings and the tail and i had no idea what kind of bird it was like. Oh my god the things huge and it's all red like and then i realized. Oh it's a northern flickers. She's you know colored different. I kind of forgot that fact. But apparently there there's northern flicker nesting. Cavities are like just the right size for the buffalo head. They're like just big enough for them. To nest in and buffalo heads are like on the smaller side for cavity nesting ducks other ducks like the wood. Duck that nest in old woodpecker. Cavities and stuff. So the buffets are like jih small enough to fit in and so that helps them You know Not get out competed by by bigger nesting ducks so they're really relying on those northern flickers.
Build Your Tribe
"reliant" Discussed on Build Your Tribe
"All right i want you to imagine right now that you are trying to log into instagram. Okay you go to log in and it tells you you've been logged out all right. That's fine no problem. You enter your password your user name and it tells you that no account has been found and you're like what the heck so you try logging in from your desktop and you can't get in so then you try again you try. Resetting your passer. You try everything and you can't get in your instagram. So grab your friends phone to see if they can actually see your account and it's there but you can't get into it now. Let's assume you decide you want to get into facebook. Try to log into facebook. None of your groups none of your accounts none of your communities. You can't do anything on facebook. It's as if you don't exist on facebook all right. This is one day you're frustrated. Your heart is racing. you're annoyed. You can't figure it out you'll spend hours trying to figure this out and you just cannot get into any of your larger accounts. Tick-tock instagram facebook. None of them and you are going crazy even youtube. You can't get into youtube now. You're wondering if you've been hacked okay. Now let's fast forward in. Imagine that more than a day has passed a week has passed two weeks of passed. A month has passed. two months have passed. And you can't get into any of your social media accounts. What impact would this have on your business. What would this dude your livelihood. How would this impact your sales your revenue your future for a moment. I really want you to imagine what it would be like if this were to happen and not just happen for a day or a week or even a month but several months. How would you survive. How would you thrive. How would you continue. And this edition of build your tribe. My objective is to get you to imagine the worst possible scenario because it is more likely to happen than you could ever imagine today and if this is going to happen it's when is going to happen and to what extent in fact statistically speaking you've probably already had your data your personal data breached in some way there are data brokers that their job is to collect names. Numbers information your social security number your address your previous addresses your date of birth your bank account numbers all of this information is valuable to data brokers would you data brokers do with it. They sell it to other data brokers and those data brokers sell it to other data brokers and most of the stuff is done on the deep web the dark web. Well anytime you hear of. Like a major corporation whether it's target or amazon or american express or the hospitals. You name it when you hear about these big giant data breaches happening even within the united states government..
WCBM 680 AM
"reliant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Which of course, makes us only more reliant, or at least vulnerable to our worst adversaries. What we've witnessed here. There have been so many videos put out clips during this European swing. Joe Biden with his index cards as talking points in front of him, and it's one thing to have index cards as sort of a cheeky that you can reference looked at at every once in a while. It's a whole another thing when every single conversation Stage managed clearly by the handlers. And you know this because when he goes off script, he says he has this verbal tick. I'm going to go off script. Now I'm going to make my skin handlers very afraid He's open and overt about it. This is a living, breathing propaganda coup. For our adversaries as I'll get to, in a moment with respect to Vladimir Putin, where it's on full display, someone who at least portrays himself as being completely in command and running circles around Joe Biden. But you have to ask the question in a crisis. How could you trust this commander in chief? And again I go back to well, really. It's the deep administrative state running things that the Obama it's really running things. Susan Rice is in charge of domestic policy You don't see are out front that much. But you suspect that she is clearly in command. You clearly see the Justice Department following the exact same sort of Obama here ideology with Merrick Garland Garland is the second coming of Eric Holder so called moderate Merrick Garland. Thank God he's not in the Supreme Court. You see it in the national security and foreign policy, of course, with Jake Sullivan and Tony Blinken and the like. It's all re treads. The same people who foisted the disastrous policies on us for eight years under Obama bite in the first time around and they're all right back in position. Today, So maybe you discount a little bit the significance of Joe Biden's condition, but it is scary to watch confusing Syria and Libya, Howie Carr wrote. Devastating. Column. And even if you filter out or again discount for The editorial ization here. It's just devastating. Car wrote When President Biden arrived in the United Kingdom. He spoke at a military base, which is one of his great pleasures All dialogue guarantee it verbatim. There's nothing that Joe and I and Joe enjoy more than spending time with our troops and their families wherever we go in the world. That's Joe Biden, saying that last year he once introduced himself as Jill Biden, now by an apparently thinks of himself as two different people..
"reliant" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"Frank reliant dot info so that's info information than self reliant dot info and they're your buick gmc my complete career background mathematic background. A lot of which has sort of led me to this path. Today i do include the link to linked in profiles of mary. You can against you my credentials learn more about me and i have my instagram which i actually posted my progress from the brain surgery which quite frankly would have never done. Twenty years ago if we been had social media because i was just to private of did the digital. But i wanted my recovery from that. So that's where they can get the information that's can contact me and i'm more than happy to set up a free consultation to sort of talk through with their work on. Get my head wrapped around the putt attended. But they're dealing with An start setting plans towards their healing. I would definitely encourage the listeners to check out your website. Because i feel like today. We just kind of scratched the surface of of beth. You've had so many different experiences and you know in the email that you sent me before the episode. I like man. Is this person real like you. Have your your athletic career. You've lived in all these different places. i mean. There's just so many chapters to your story. So i would really encourage the listeners to hop on your website and learn more about you because you are a very fascinating person. And i'm i'm really grateful that you came on the show today and and share just a little piece of what it is that you're working on so thank you. I appreciate it. And if i could just say one more thing on that website at you know our my blogs and those blogs are the actual content real contents that i found from research. I did that carnegie mellon university here in pittsburgh. I gotta cassette access to the library I am a curious person. I'm a closet intellectual. I love to read. I love research so all that information on those logs is for other people to read. And yes i realize we're in a state where everyone does videos. But you know what sometimes you gotta read something. I've encouraged people to read it. They want to print them out for the amount. Take notes on it. Because that's also part of the healing process is such just reading the taking notes and once you take notes then it really gets cemented in your in your head. So i've just provided those topics manipulation codependency toxic shame And i also did research on addiction. So i could understand the chemical aspect of it because it's not fair for me to just focus on myself and not understand what the attic it's going on the other side. That was part of my recovery. Please read those blogs to all the listeners Because that information is for you it will help. And it's sort of a stepping-stone than before contacting me. Perfect appreciate you kind of expanding on on that and and letting the listeners know about the different blogs and the different topics that you have on your website and and the links for those will be in the show notes. If you're on your phone you can scroll down and you can see the different links and tap on those too to see what we're discussing if you're on your computer. I'm not exactly sure where they're app. That the somewhere on your show notes so Beth thank you again for for coming today. I really do appreciate you taking time out of your day and and talking to us about codependency and and all the different the different types of of what the support people are people that are close to addicts like what they go through and what they experience. I really do appreciate you coming on. Thank you very much farthing. Beth.
"reliant" Discussed on Recovery Survey
"You're in this this place where you're willing to help those people and and you also have that lived experience like you mentioned where you know if i'm going to a counselor or somebody. That's an addiction. Whatever fill in the blank addiction counselor and they've never walked the walk. I don't i don't i don't know it's not that i don't necessarily trust you but it's like what are you know about that like you've never been there. You've never experienced it. You don't know you don't know what it's like. So i love that you're using your experience and your education and all these tools have come together and and you're here to to help people. That are struggling. Thank you. I appreciate that. Yeah i just again. I couldn't understand from you know we're living in the united states. We have so many different. Health helpers out there to help us with a wide variety of things whether we have you know diabetes or Whether we have any type of health problem heart problems emmy we're now we'll be people that come from europe to come to our hospitals. And i'm near pittsburgh and i can say that from back that people the allegheny general hospital in pittsburgh for a lung transplant for anything for brain surgery which i just had on february the sixteen. I mean people come to the united states to seek out help. So why don't we have this one thing that we don't just need in the united states or canada but we need it globally. And the other reason. I i'm so passionate about doing this is i know from my own experience that if you don't work on those traumatic issues and essentially it's all boiling down the trauma these deep-rooted and i mean black roots. That better in your soul. Not just in your heart but if you don't pull those Those problems come back again and you have to keep relearning up over and over again till you get right. I mean that's the you know that's talked about by every talk. Show host nuts. Regular discussion on oprah winfrey with oprah. Winfrey is if you don't do you with whatever's is issue is so repressed that you're going to be not only carrying like you but the same situations are going to keep repeating coming to you. They're just gonna be disguised differently. They're going to be with different individuals. But you're dealing with the same problem and for my own experience as well. I mean i remember gone to college and just like wiping brown thinking. Well that was interesting. Don't wanna go through that again. You know and just taking that was it. And i was too young to know at that point in time that if i hadn't dealt with it then it would can follow me throughout life. Who wants to carry that type of baggage. Did you deep down in your soul. One really have an addiction. I knew that there are people. That don't i feel badly for people that are smokers. I don't see. I don't shane them. I feel bad. Because i know deep down. They really want to get rid of that addiction. And it's it pepperoni understood is like the hardest one out there so i'm compassionate empathetic for people that that have that. Dna jeep again. He didn't ask come into the world to have it And we we all unfortunately born with something so you know it's it it just goes back to my own experience and not having what i needed and why not be the one person that starts and and maybe it'll catch on because if if i had done the the work I would still be in the same place. I was twenty.
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"So that's that's where it stemmed from not being able to find the help. I do have a a minor My essence psychology And and i also am licence as a coach. So i had those credentials. But i'm also someone that's fucked the walk which makes me all the more credible. Someone can be licensed as an addiction counselor. But if i mean let's face it the hadn't walked the walk. Are you gonna want advice from them. I mean you personally having been on the other side of it. Was you once you want someone who's walked the walk someone that when you shut that door you can say anything at any tone that you want to. Just let it out yell. Scream at at and and verbalize. What is on your mind. That's another characteristic of non addicts is because we are trained to suppress and hide that addiction. That's you know societas with with someone that we care about many times. The emotions are so repressed that we can't even verbalize it. It's it's too hard bounce. Verbalize it because you can't. There's so much emotion you tant or is it your mind and let it out. You don't even know how to let go i had learn how to set boundaries. I don't understand what they meant by bow sent ahead to learn how to set boundaries. Then i had to learn how to let go so in. Says she needs to let go by. I don't sound stupid. How do you let go explain to me. What usually explain to me what you mean by letting go so. that's again. I go back to the to the coaching that monitoring you know i'm not a typical life coach I'm using the title life But i'm more importantly helping people that are on the other side of the diction and i know there are a lot of them out there with pandemics. Does that make sense. Yes definitely definitely makes sense. And i'm glad we're able to connect. I've i've looked in there so few resources out there for the friends or family of addicts. You know like you mentioned. There's al-anon which i i'm not overly familiar with alanon. But besides that. I don't know of a whole lot of other resources that are out there and i loved the the. You're taking this approach to do some one on one work with people that may still be struggling with some of these things you know. 'cause i think like you've mentioned and you've touched on As addicts like. It's hard for us to see the wreckage in the damage that we may have caused other people that were in our lives. Because when we're i in this recovery thing we're so focused continuing Continuing that same theme of self centeredness. We're still were so focused on ourselves. Were so focused on us anymore. I need to do these things to to not go back to drinking or are using drugs and we're still so focused on ourselves of of what we need to do to be in the right place to make the right connections to make sure. We're you know attending meetings or whatever Recovery path is that we choose the at least in the beginning. We don't really see are the effect of our usage on the people around us. So i loved that you're stepping in and and being that that person that can help those people that they may still be struggling with what they've been through and what they've seen what they've had to do and teach them ways to set healthy boundaries. And like you're saying how to let go. What does that mean in. Because i think a lot of times we hear these different words. We hear these terminologies of you know. Just let go or or whatever it may be that. Nobody takes time to explain it. It's like okay. What does that mean. how do i do that. What am i letting go of. So i i love that..
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