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09:40 min | 1 year ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Honor of the thirty second anniversary the nonprofit mention the hug alliances aiming to set it to Guinness world records in Los Angeles the most nationalities ever in a group hug and we'll talk about the other one coming up but let's get him on the line in our virtual green room Rick Morrison is the founder of the how the lines in the co author of the children's book the Honda store so he's the event founder coordinator of this whole thing hi Rick I I look for tell me about why and when national hugging day started the national hugging day to to go back to the to the origin and it was actually started not by myself thank heavens the warranty in nineteen eighty six and he just wanted people more and it was really this kind of a very grass roots early on movement for him and it is is it you know well if not widely known it is known and it's actually celebrated in some places all over the world on every January twenty first so that's how the origins of it go back but this year will be by far the biggest global celebration and recognition off that day yes tell us what you're doing I mention the one thing trying to get those two Guinness world records in LA tells about that so there there's three actually real world records were going to go for in the first row world record is the most nationalities however in a group hug and it's going to represent and it's basically like the Olympics of Huggies and there is gonna be stashes worn by different people from different countries and hopefully we're gonna you know they have every country but in with a certain number to actually break the Guinness record and then the second is a real fun a record that is going to involve astronauts in the international space station have these Connecticut and a few people on earth will wear them and be able to log and when the hug themselves in this fast the person in the space station astronaut will feel that hug and do the same thing back to literally like a intergalactic well interesting I love that you enter a lactic so cool I added some yeah I had to do with world record that I said you guys might need to change the to rethink your name yeah because of the world at that point yeah no kidding all right I live absolutely tell me about the what are the benefits of hugging what are the what is research showing us well is that there's so much research now and you know I always say to people it's like you know your favorite flavor ice cream you just you know you like what you like you like a hug because it leaves you feeling a certain way we feel great about giving somebody one when it when they feel you know the needs their you know their needs they need a hug really now if you actually practice it like an exercise there is he one of the doctors within our guidelines to the clinical psychologist who has a book coming out twenty one day hug hug in twenty one people over twenty one days for twenty one second for the times and the bad connection point in longer hugs that is really been researched we are in the list is so long I mean we we could be on for an hour talking about the benefits but some of the most common ones now that the are all the things that involve different chemicals in the body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind of what we called tonic chemicals and good feelings chemicals you know there's more of them your body produces more of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known is my mind for a minute court is all one of the one that you know you easy try that now but that's the one that you know we've always had for fight or flight when you're in fear fear based in and the along with adrenaline of those the ones that it by doing that is to is of chemicals going different directions with increases and decreases you know you reduce stress and worry and anxiety you increase your call may you know it is more and compassion and understanding of of the people that you're with and one of my favorites because for such a thoughtful man the kind of world these days or is the supplement it seems for everything hi this is really have been research to stimulate your immune system well I have no idea about that Rick Santelli yet and we're gonna say again Rick Morrison is the founder of the how the lines co authored the children's book the hugs store what it will get you involved in this my daughter mostly I I've always been a harder but it is some of the people you know what might even for a world class harder I never you know it's again it's a part of who I am so I never really thought there'd be a path to really come explore hugs and try to get the word out on the benefits to the masses but you know my daughter and I are so close we wrote this children's book together and it's kind of been after listening in getting it out there because there's such a need for it these days with someone's division and separate mess and you know actually with everything going on so much too with the meat to campaign it's like we don't know if it's the okay to hug to ask the person you're I'd love to argue with you would you welcome my hard you know and that's obviously for people you don't know or don't know well but even within you know the the context of of the family is you know people don't stop to hug you might do a little quick kiss the little Pat on the back but you're not really getting those benefits that we spoke of earlier it's so funny you say that Rick because I noticed people who are like you say you're like a world class talker I noticed people who give really I call them really sincere good hugs and I have a couple of friends that are it's just awesome and they hug you and if it isn't just like kind of I mean it just feels good I there's something about it you know in in there is I don't know there's research on this I haven't seen anything at least us on our end it's come through the hunger lines but you know it always goes back to you know when you are born you've been hard for you know you know personally nine months in it and you used to having a feeling of things around to and you know babies are often swaddled to bring them comfort in the a raft really tight that gives them a very calm presence in that continues on you know with with hockey and is kind of the extension of those things that started early in life yeah boy no kidding tell me about the children's book the hugs to you said you read it with your daughter what was that like it is my joy the talk about the it was actually it's based on a true story of an event that happened when we were visiting my family in Michigan where sana my daughter who is four at the time you know she didn't want to hug her grandpa is she had seen him in six months and you know the grandparents always you know kinda want their hugs and kind all about them but sometimes kids aren't comfortable and you know I kind of took a step back in I didn't insist that she hugged him yeah I kind of let it play out to see what what she would do would it be out of a meltdown situation with with my parents be upset and I didn't know in psalm to said that she was all out of hugs and didn't have any right now is to go to the store while she was in Michigan and bring one home back bring one home program yeah in in a you know the book is a discovery for kids to the kind of return to trusting their instincts to rely on their self for answers and self discovery banister on the context of a family and it is time to go shopping in different stores that she packed looking for hugs the but virtually in or by the and realizing that if you shop for hard to be shopping forever what a wonderful sentiment I love that this is terrific thank you thank you Rick I hope you set all those records and we tell everyone hugs somebody on January twenty first how come every day but yeah people follow us I movie actually two things real quick because people can live stream the overtime and the world is going to be globally live stream and they can find a few 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"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The nonprofit I mention the hug alliances aiming to set it to Guinness world records in Los Angeles the most nationalities ever in a group hug and we'll talk about the other one coming up but let's get him on the line in our virtual green room Rick Morrison is the founder of the how the lines in the co author of the children's book the hug stores so he's the event founder coordinator of this whole thing hi Rick I I think let's tell me about why and when national hugging day started the national hugging day to to go back to the to the origin and it was actually started not by myself thank heavens the born the in nineteen eighty six and he just wanted people more it was really this kind of a a very grass roots early movement for him and it did is it you know well it's not widely known it is known and it's actually celebrated in some places all over the world and every January twenty first so that's how the origins of it go back but this year will be by far the biggest global celebration and recognition off that day yes tell us what you're doing I mention the one thing trying to get those two Guinness world records in LA tells about that there's three actually real world records were going to go for yeah the the first row world record is the most nationalities however in a group hug and it's going to represent and it's basically like the Olympics of Huggies and there's gonna be statuses worn by different people from different countries and hopefully we're gonna you know they have every country but you know we need a certain number to actually break the Guinness record and then the second is real fun record that is going to involve astronauts in the international space station have these Connecticut and but few people on earth will wear them and be able to get and when the hug themselves in this fast the person in the space station astronaut will feel that hug and do the same thing back to literally is like a intergalactic well interesting I love that you enter a lactic so cool I'm he yeah how do I get to do what is the world record that I said you guys might need to change in a rethink your name now because of the world at that point yeah no kidding all right I will I absolutely hate tell me about the what are the benefits of hugging what are the what is research showing us well is that there's so much research now and you know I always say to people it's like you know your favorite flavor ice cream you just you know you like what you like you like a hug because it leaves you feeling a certain way we feel great about giving somebody one when it when they feel you know the needs their you know their needs they need a hug really now if you actually practice it like an exercise there is he one of the doctors within our heart aligned to the clinical psychologist who has a book coming out twenty one day hug hug in twenty one people over twenty one days for twenty one seconds at a time and it's bad connection point in longer hugs that is really been researched we are in the list is so long I mean we we could be on for an hour talking about the benefits but some of the most common ones now that the are all the things that involve different chemicals in the body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind of what we called tonic chemicals and good feeling chemicals you know there's more of them your body produces more of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known is to my mind for a minute court is all one of the one that you know you you try to not but that's the one that you know we've always had for fight or flight when you're in fear fear based in and the along with adrenaline of those the ones that it by doing that as you as of chemicals go in different directions with the increases and decreases you know you reduce stress and worry and anxiety you increase your call in this you know it involves come more and compassion and understanding of of the people that you're with and one of my favorites because we're such a thoughtful man the kind of world these days or is the supplement it seems for everything hi this is really have been research to stimulate your immune system well I have no idea about that Rick so tell me up and we're gonna say again Rick Morrison is the founder of the how the lines co author of the children's book the hugs store would it what got you involved in this my daughter mostly I I've always been a hugger some of the people you know what might even for a world class harder I never you know it's again it's a part of who I am so I never really thought there'd be a path to really come explore hugs and try to get the word out on the benefits to the masses but you know my daughter and I are so close we wrote this children's book together and it's kind of been after listening in getting it out there because there's such a need for it these days with someone's division and separateness and you know actually with everything going on so much too with the me to campaign it's like we don't you know it it's the okay to hug to ask the person you're going yeah I'd love to argue with you would you welcome my hard you know and that's obviously for people you don't know or don't know well but even within you know the the context of of the family is you know people don't stop to hug you might do a little quick kiss the little Pat on the back but you're not really getting those benefits that we spoke of earlier it's so funny you say that Rick because I notice people who are like you say you're like a world class talker I noticed people who give really I call them really sincere good hugs and I have a couple of friends that are just awesome and they hug you and it is it isn't just like kind of I mean it just feels good I there's something about it you know in in there is I don't know there's research on this I haven't seen anything at least on our end it's come through the hunger lines but you know it always goes back to you know when you are born you've been hard for you know you know virtually nine months in your house and you used to having a feeling of things around to and you know babies are often swaddled to bring them comfort in in a wrap for really tight that gives them a very calm presence in and that continues on you know with the with hockey and is kind of the extension of those things that start early in life yeah boy no kidding tell me about the children's book the hugs to you said you read it with your daughter what was that like it is my joy the talk about the it was actually it's based on the true story of an event that happened when we were visiting my family in Michigan where sana my daughter who is four at the time you know she didn't want to hug her grandpa is she had seen him in six months and you know the grandparents always you know kinda want their hugs and kind all about them but sometimes kids just aren't comfortable and you know I kind of took a step back in I didn't insist that she hugged him yeah I kind of just let it play out to see what what she would do would be kind of a meltdown situation with with my parents be upset and I didn't know and some just said that she was all out of hugs and didn't have any right now bush to go to the store while she was in Michigan bring one home back bring one home program yeah it in a you know the book is a discovery for kids to the kind of return to trusting their instincts to rely on their self for answers and self discovery banister on the.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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08:42 min | 1 year ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And everything in between Kate Delaney to you and yours a raise my glass of non alcoholic whatever it is that's in the glass probably through the water that's what the other drinks what year it's been twenty nineteen I ran down some of the big stories from twenty nineteen we had some incredible guests on the show including my pal Tracy brown whose body language expert she gets quoted more more all over the place and we had coming up you're gonna hear him Rick Morrison's who is all about hugging here he created something called the Honda store and actually he he wrote a children's book called the hugs store and that became this true event where he went further and further into it and talked about how important hugs are and he talks here about it's coming up actually in January that last year in the beginning of the year we talked to him they were trying to set a record in the Guinness book of world records for hugs and know there is something about that there is something about giving somebody up a hug I think you can tell when somebody's a good hugger or not but anyway we're gonna talk to him about that he was one of our he was one of our first guest I thought that you know kind of connected and gave us something to think about right yeah absolutely and what a a start to the beginning of the week this upcoming weekend that they'll be plenty of football with implications for the playoffs including the eagles in the cowboys because the eagles took control of the NFC east sorry nobody won our nail the score and there is no now the score this week because of Christmas but I'll be back next Thursday into Friday to kick off the new years so I guess basically what is a January second but the eagles did take control of the NFC east by beating the Dallas Cowboys at home a few days ago you know it's usually only one day to get over your wounds and you move on because you got to move on to whoever you're playing next the cowboys play the red skins and the eagles play the giants in New York if they lose the cowboys just have to be the Redskins and then they would be in the playoffs very crazy how how old this is pilot story that happens it turned out now that it's sixty nine cars that crashed in Virginia on icy bridge fifty one at people injured some critically I sixty four had to be shut down that's how bad it was and I know this area it's the queen's creek bridge and it's it's just outside of Williams very that's why note because of spending time in Williamsburg it was one of those freaky chain reaction crashes that happen before eight o'clock in the in the morning that sent on on Sunday piano that send people sadly to the the hospital and is a major access road for Virginia beach and and of course it's a military cities you of all close to almost half a million people there and for a house Hatem that with the holidays a busy time of year to travel and I was just one of those freaky things but very very scary was one that was one of the sun is one of the busiest travel days that you have because so many people are trying to get back for Christmas this is Christmas even into Christmas that you're listening to me and in fact triple a says that more Americans than ever like a hundred and fifteen point six million are gonna travel this holiday season that's what they estimate as from starting back on December twenty first through January first and a lot of people will drive to their destination FAQ of that of that big number rather a hundred and four million is what they estimate wow that's crazy I mean crazy when you think of how close she would be maybe to some of the areas you go to but the amount of people travelling so we can't chain reaction you can certainly let's see how that would happen and it was just one of those sadly freak things I talked about this I've talked about this before about things falling on highways and how it starts rubbernecking and people are trying to figure out what it is they have this weird green news like that was on a Michigan highway that they now are saying came from a waste site whose owner is in prison wow and I mean it was like this yellow we'd green I saw the video of it stuff that went went onto a highway that came close to two as well didn't come close to check out some some lanes when they tried to to clean it up and took a couple of days to clean it up and they're saying it was likely groundwater contaminant with some chromium in it yeah thanks and the kind of horrifying right if you're driving by that and you see it I saw some kind of a space geek a little I mean I'm not over the top but I love this story from Cape Canaveral Florida Boeing starliner capsule touches down in New Mexico on Sunday a few days ago and it was a dramatic flight because they were scrambling to save the unmanned spacecraft a lot after executing this de orbit burn and then re entering the earth's atmosphere star liners three main parachutes deployed over the army's white sands missile range of fifteen foot wide capsule touched down at seven fifty eight AM with these inflatable air bags so a beautiful soft landing very cool to see if there's a video of that whatever search engine use you can you can go and check that out if you want even if you're not a fan of all things space you'll find this pretty cool how just kind of collapses into the sand they have like three parachutes six air bags and boy is just out loosely sweep the way that that came down just proof right down here when we get to the end of the year and I was talking about the first our big stories from nineteen ninety then what we get to is people wanting to predict what's going to happen in twenty twenty right and I was looking at a couple of different predictions for twenty twenty and one of the things that a one of the things that I saw that I thought was interesting is there China that trying them in according to some futurist by twenty twenty the economy will grow to be the largest in the world so they'll have the world's largest economy even though the US economy is more technologically sophisticated and the population more affluent shine in the United States they say are basically on par there was an article that was done years ago called the long boom by a couple of futurist Peter Schwartz and Peter laden and they thought they would be on top so we'll see if that comes true or if they are not in twenty nineteen China was still trailing the US and they're the second largest economy but the predictions really are that China and India overtake the U. S. eventually by twenty thirty how old self driving cars we've heard about self driving cars they were being experimented with in the nineteen nineties we've had people on talking about that there are autonomous vehicles but we're not there yet I still think it's gonna be a lot longer than most people say the twenty twenty was kind of the predicted deadline for that for some but I don't think so although tests was C. E. O. even on mas as the company will have self driving cars by the end of the year in a row boat taxi versions the one that can basically take passengers let anyone behind the wheel ready for streets we'll see if that if that happens or not I I still think there would be a little bit more tweaking to be done and then there was the possibility of voting electronically from home that was another prediction that we heard that possibly we would have seen that are ready and it by twenty twenty will see it I'm gonna say no we're not gonna have voting at home yet we can get people that maybe it would be a good thing but we can't get people to get out and go to the polls moon even have half the population that's eligible voting which is a shame all right we're bouncing to the other side and coming up you're going to enjoy this hour for sure thinking about hugs and body language hang with us what would your life be like if you.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

"Those guys are characters their phone. How did initially start like word? How did you raise? You win the first fun. If not mistaken is seven million dollars right now, you're two hundred twenty five in this most recent that threat fundraise how did you go? I don't know. How did you start off with seven million in the beginning? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we were fulltime partners at why see at the time so hard Alexis deny basically were the younger partners who didn't have as much money and Wesley partners were investing in companies in there were sort of a very clear bright line Y C would do it standard deal, and then beyond that partners. Could do what they wanted for angel investing. So being the younger partners. We didn't have enough money actually to keep doing it. My two first angel investments I think were pars which sold a Facebook and comprehend clinical which went on to raise money from sequoia and light speed. And they're all Rick Morrison. This a close friend a part time expert here at initialized. And so we wanted to keep doing angel. Vesting and Jessica Livingston actually introduced us to Alex bang ash at trusted insight, which was fun funds. I think even before he started that fund of funds. And so he kind of put us in the business. He gave us the first two and a half million and introduced us to our first institutional LP, and then we raised another two from friends and family and people would back to before. And that was the seven, and so we started off basically putting very small checks. We were the first fifty K check into coin base insta- card just a hold responding as. Yeah. That was the for so long, and we're really learning how to do it at the time. And so often we were the first check not expecting a syndicate. But we knew that the companies were good. So that they would raise money, you know, we'd invest in when we'd send twenty thirty emails to all of our friends across the valley saying, hey, you should invest in this, and so really the pollution for niche allies is going from that to now today, we still wanna do that. But instead of writing that fifty K check. We're writing the whole round we'll do two million three million dollars, and that sort of our sweet spot at this point. We'll do quite a lot of the seed round usually as much as three quarters of the, you know, two to three million that someone might wanna raise, but consistently what we people would say is oh, you helped me more than pretty much everyone else in my seed round even people who wrote checks ten times larger check does not quite to the value from when it comes to the investor. Yeah. That's certainly true. Sometimes the ten K check from you know, a founder that you the hardest work. Yeah. Yeah. Especially in the early stages. Stay tuned for many interview with Phil co-founder of carbon GE ventures portfolio company. That's created the groundbreaking new method of three printing inspired by the Terminator..

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Showing us well there's so much, research now and you know, I always, say to people it's like you know. Your favorite, flavor ice cream you just you know you like what you like it like a hug because it leaves you feeling a certain way refill great about giving somebody one when. When they. Feel the need They. Need a, hug really now if you actually practice it like an exercise there's a one of the doctors within our hug alliance she's a clinical psychologist who has a book coming out Twenty one day. Hugs hugging, Twenty-one people over twenty one days for twenty one seconds at a, time and that connection point in longer hugs that has really been researched we're in. The, list is so long I mean we we, could be on for an hour talking about the benefits. But you know some of the most common ones now Are all. The things, that involve different chemicals in the body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind, of what we, call tonic chemicals in good feeling chemicals You know there's more of them your body, produces. More of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known as My mind for a minute Cortisol You know you try to, now but that's the one that you know we've always had for fighter place when your fear fear based along with, adrenaline those the ones that By doing that as you as chemical going different directions with increases and decreases you reduce stress and worrying exciting, you increase your calmness It involves more compassionate and understanding of of the people that, you're with and one of my, favorites because off supplement Kind of. World is a supplement it seems for everything Really have been researched to. Stimulate your immune system Wow I have no idea about that Rick, Santelli tell me and we're going to say. Again Rick, Morrison is the founder of the hug alliance. Co? Author of the children's book the hug store what what got you involved.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Of the. Doctors within our hug alliance he's a clinical psychologist who has a book coming out, twenty one day hugs hugging Twenty-one people over twenty one days for twenty. One seconds at a time and it's that connection point in longer hugs. That has really been researched we're in. The list, is so long I mean we we could be on for an, hour talking about the benefits but some of the. Most common. Ones now that Are all the things that. Involve different, chemicals in the body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind of what we, call tonic chemicals in good feeling chemicals of re There's more of them, your. Body produces more of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known as Slipped my mind for a minute Cortisol You, know you try to, now but that's the one that you know we've always had for fight or flight when your fear fair based along with, adrenaline those the ones. That so by doing, that as you as a, chemical go in different directions with increases and decreases reduce stress and worrying, anxiety you increase your, calmness It, involves more compassionate and understanding, of of the people that you're with and one of my favorites because, we're such a supplement Kind of world is a supplement seems for everything I. Really have been researched to stimulate your immune system Wow I have no idea about, that Rick's tell me and we're going to. Say again, Rick Morrison is the founder of the hug. Alliance? Co author of the children's book? The hug store what what got you involved in this My daughter Honestly I have always. Been harder Some of the people you know we might, even say a, world class, hugger but, I never you know it's hugging. It's part of who I am so I never really thought there'd be a path to really count explore hugs and try to get the word out. On the benefits to the masses but my, daughter and I are so close we wrote this children's book, together, and it's kind of been After listen in getting it out there because there's such a need these days with so much vision and separateness and you. Know actually with everything going on so much, to the me too campaign it's like we don't you know Hug just ask. The person, you're going. To hard I'd love to hug you would you would you welcome my heart NFL, obviously, for people you don't know or don't know, well but, even within the context of the, families you know people don't stop to hug Might do a little quick kiss little, Pat, on the back but you're not really getting, those benefits, that we spoke of earlier It's so funny you, say that Rick because I notice people who are like you say you're a world class. Hugger I noticed. People who give really I call them. Really sincere good hugs and I, have a couple of. Friends that, are it's just awesome. And, they hug you. And it is it. Isn't this like I mean it just feels good. I there there's something about it, well I don't know there's research on this I haven't, seen anything at. Least on our end it's come through the hug alliance but I'd, always goes back to when you are born you've been hugged her You. Know virtually nine months and you're and. You're used to having.

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"On January twenty first this year in honor of the thirty second. Anniversary the nonprofit I mentioned the hug alliances aiming to set two Guinness world records, in Los Angeles the most nationalities ever in a group hug and we'll tell you about the other, one coming up but let's get him on the line is in our, virtual green. Room Rick Morrison he's the founder of the hug lines and the co author of the children's book. The hug store so, he's the event founder coordinator of. This, whole. Thing hi Rick I Let's talk. About Tell me about why and when national, hugging day started National hugging day to to go, back to the origin was actually started not by myself but. By Kevin's Barney in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty six and he just wanted people to hug more and it was really just kind of a very grassroots early on movement for him and it it Well it's not widely known is known and, it's actually celebrated in some places over the world on every. January twenty first that's how the origins of. Go back but this year will be by far the biggest global celebration in recognition of that day Yes so tell us, what you're doing I mentioned the one. Thing trying to get those two Guinness world records in l. a. tell us about that There there's three actually real world records gonna go for Yeah First world record is the most nationalities ever in a group hug and it's going to represent. Them it's basically like the Olympics of, hugging and there's going to be sashes worn by different people from different. Countries and hopefully, we're you, know they have every, country but we need a certain number tax break the Guinness. Record and then the second is real fun record that is going to involve astronauts in the international space. Station Have these Connecticut And A few people on earth will wear them and be able to hug and when the hug themselves in this, vast the person in the space, station astronaut will feel that hug and do the same thing. Back so literally it's like an intergalactic Well interesting. I love that lactic so cool Yeah how'd you I was gonna ask you? How, did. You did you work you soon I said. You. Got my? Need a change rethink your, name goes outside the world at that point Yeah no kidding All right. I, absolutely love Tell me about the what? Are the benefits? Of hugging what are the? What, is research showing us well there's so much, research now and you know, I always, say to people it's like you know. Your favorite, flavor ice cream you just you know you like what you like it you'd like a hug because it leaves, you feeling a certain way or you feel great about giving somebody one when when they, feel the need there. Need they need, a hug but really now if you actually, practice it like an exercise there's a one.

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04:08 min | 2 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"You know some of the most common ones now that? Are all of the things that involve? Different Chemicals in. The body oxytocin serotonin dopamine those kind. Of what, we call tonic chemicals in good feeling chemicals of really you know, there's more of them your body produces more of those and it reduces the stress hormone also known as Slipped my mind for minute cortisol The one, you know you try to now but that's the one that you know we've always had for fight or flight when your fear, fear based in along. With adrenaline those the, ones that so by doing that as you as a chemicals going, different directions, with increases and decreases you know. You reduce stress and, worrying anxiety you increase your. Calmness It involves more compassionate and understanding of of the people that, you're with, and one of my favorites because, we're such a supplement Kind of world is a supplement it seems for everything Really have been researched to. Stimulate your immune system Wow I have no idea about that, Ricksen telling you and we're going to say. Again Rick, Morrison is the founder of the hug alliance co author of the children's book the hug store would what got you involved in this My daughter Honestly I have always. Been hunger Some of the people you know might even say, a world, class hugger I never you know it's hugging and. It's part of who I am so I never really thought there'd be a tattoo really kind of explore hugs and try to get the word out. On the benefits, to the masses but you know my. Daughter and I are so close we wrote this children's book, together, and it's kind of been Effortless getting it out there because there's such a need for these days with so much division and. Separateness and you, know actually with everything going on so. Much to me too campaign it's like we don't you know To hate. Hug the, person you're. Going hard I'd love to hug you would you would you welcome my heart, and that's. Obviously, for people you don't know don't know well, but even, within the context of the. Families you know people don't stop to hug you might do a little, quick kiss or they'll Pat on the back but you're not really getting those benefits that we. Spoke of earlier It's so. Funny you say that. Rick, because I noticed. People who are like. You say you're like a world class hugger I. Noticed people who give really I, call them really, sincere good hugs and I, have a, couple of friends that, are it's just awesome, and they, hug you and it is, it isn't dislike kind of I mean it just feels good there's something about it, well I. Don't, know there's research on this I haven't seen, anything at, least on our end it's. Come through the hug alliance but you know it always goes back to, you know when you are born you've been hugged for you know You know virtually, nine months and you're hug and you're used, to having, a feeling of things around you and you know babies are often swaddled to bring. Them comfort and, a raft really, tight that gives them a very calm presence and and that. Continues on with with hugging is. Kind of the, extension of those things that start early birth to my boy no. Kidding tell me. About the children's book the hugs Theresa you wrote it with your daughter, what was that like my way. To talk about that it was, actually it's based on a. True story of an event that happened when we're visiting my. Family in Michigan. Where Sean my daughter who was four. At the time, you know. She didn't, want to hug her. Grandpa and she hadn't. Seen, him in six. Months and you know. The grandparents always you know.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on WGTK

"Of of the people that are with and one of my favorites uh because we're such a supplement um kind of world these days for is the supplement it seems for everything how is this really have been research to stimulate your immune system well i have no idea about that rigs to tell me up and we're going to say again rick morrison is the founder of the how the lines co author of the children's book the hugs store would look out you involved in this my daughter mostly i have always been a hoggar um some of the people you know might even say a world class hunger but you know it's huggy and it's this part of who i am so i never really thought it'd be a path to really kind of export hugs and try to get the word out on the benefits to the masses but you know my daughter and i are so close we wrote this children's books together and it's kind of been after listening in getting it out there are because there's such a need whereas these days with so much division and separateness and you know akseli with everything going on so much to with me to campaign it's like we don't you know i i two tocade hug just ask the person you're going to hard to i'd love to argue would you would you welcome my hard you know and that's obviously for people you don't know where don't know well but even within you know the the context of of the families you know people don't stop to hug you might do a little quick kiss or a little pat on the back but you're not really getting those benefits that we spoke of rural there funny you say that rick because.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Of of the people that you're with and one of my favorites uh because we're such a a supplement um kind of world these days where it is a supplement it seems for everything uh this this really have been research to stimulate your immune system uh well i have no idea about that rigs to tell me up and we're going to say again rick morrison is the founder of the how the lines co author of the children's book the hug store would look at you involved in this my daughter honestly i may have always been a hogir some of the people you know might even see a world class tiger but i never you know it's huggy and it's a part of who i am so i never really thought it'd be a path to really kind of explore hugs and try to get the word out on the benefits to the masses but you know my daughter and i are so close we wrote this children's book together and it's kind of been so went after listening in getting it out there because there's such a need for it these days with so much division and separateness and you know akseli with everything going on so much to with me to campaign it's like we don't you know i i it's okay to hug just ask the person you're going to hard yes i'd love to hug you would you would you welcome my hard you know and that's obviously for people you don't know or don't know well but but even within you know the the context of of the families you know people don't stop to hug you might do a little quick kiss or a little pat on the back but you're not really getting those benefits that we spoke of rural there it's funny.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

AM-1230 WJOB

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB

"The parade in and in has phil and thousands of people turned out and uh that was no easy task it was a vision of his that he had four i would say three or four years uh he was able to collaborate with the mayor and i thought it was one of the better parades that have been too and then some of the old timers from the ub him obviously tony beretta rick morrison those guys are originators and founders of those types of movements so during hispanic heritage month i wanted to recognize those citizens that keep the heritage alive uh and their cultural and allow us who may not be part of their culture her learn a little bit more about it yeah the ocho all chosen here man he was very very arden's and also promoting the at adding make it out there but i heard the same thing and it was a lot of people that came out absolutely all of has built left from morton it went down a grand avenue two hundred sixty sixtyfifth kennedy avenue back to has full park i'm tony there were thousands of people out there and it was great parade well participated well organiz that's no easy task and um you know when you do something the first time especially some type in event of that you usually only expect a handful people to show up he did a phenomenal job he had that stick to witness uh wherever i was as for two months i saw the princess's in the queen's who are wonderful ladies and uh get the meet them and know them and uh that's how it's done and so i just wanted to mention all those individuals who keep that cultural live and in what that does for our communities it it allows my children to learn a little bit more about the hispanic heritage in in all about the princess in the queen's the dancing in the dress and it allows them to be more accepting what's going on and when we have in accepting community in a diverse community of people who understand each other we are better off it said ahead the queen in the princess in here they did a great job threat one was for more than one was from he c did you did you just really put your hand over your are when i said more than i did the the.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Michael in jessica on superstation one or one wyde wow learn hey why you're back thirty five minutes past the hour a it was like one just go we have an exciting event government operates the live fill lead event coming to birmingham in october and that's just a handful of days away unaware september of young outlined by uh is going to be in they saleh cast vamp featuring john maxwell daveramsey hall handful of others all the proceeds from the birmingham event are going to go to a local charity and a give us the details or we are joined now by a human behavior consultant best selling author mentor met door evangelist for a project management is name ms rick morrison he's in studio with us here this amo michael and jessica you're moderate cowry good morning how are ya still get the sleep out of our eyes when i see that deal deal with all this saw political stuff walia ladell late nights them early morning early mornings and wow ramp we've got a great event coming up tell us about it we do in in look in the times of divisiveness that we're seeing you know the number one thing i think we need right here is some leadership rate leadership is a component that is is needed not only in companies but right here in this community and so we thought we needed an event right here in birmingham that starts at the top in brings it all the way through so who better to bring leadership to the birmingham community than john see maxwell right right and so he's going to be tough checking about no limits and blowing the cap off your capacity we've got of course the great daveramsey talking about entrepreneurship we got gerald bosch elder who really turned to toxic culture popeye's around rush he'll be talking about servant leadership and then work done right he's got i mean he's done more for for uh you know mother's in in in putting homes two mothers in so he's going to be talking about of hope and so it's going to be.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot org car toys oh dan this is morning edition from npr news i'm to mind and i'm david drain president trump's proposed budget is out today his budget director mick mulvaney said the administration is no longer going to measure compassion by numbers of programs or numbers of people on programs for one thing the new budget calls to eliminate the three billion dollar community development block ran program this is money used by communities to serve distressed neighborhoods and let's visit one in roanoke virginia where there is a programme to feed the hungry now because federal aid could be cut and also because surplus food donations are down food banks like this one have been shifting their focus from just feeding people to tackling some of the root causes of hunger like poverty unemployment and poor health here's andreas pamphlets ler a nightclub and roanoke virginia called ms shocks lounge was a magnet for crime one of the worst most violent spot in the entire city of roanoke captain rick morrison made calls that night last summer when everything came to a head right before the place was shut down he and other officers were in the parking lot when a guy ran past them into the crowded club and started stabbing people then the shooting began the people scattering raanan cars pee on all people getting and flights yeah rescue trying to convey were until it was it was a big mess that's what it was you might be asking yourself let's they've got to do with feeding people it done really up much likely to now that anyway pamela irvine hope soon it will have a lot to do with it she runs the feeding america south west virginia food bank which just bought the building just showing a local businessman how they want to turn it into something optimistically called a community solutions center all that had to be gathered at lowly not on it doesn't have the space for a training kitchen the plan is to have a.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Calls to eliminate the threebilliondollar community development block ran program this money used by communities to serve distressed neighborhoods and let's visit one in roanoke virginia where there is a programme to feed the hungry now because federal aid could be cut and also because surplus food donations are down food banks like this one have been shifting their focus from just feeding people to tackling some of the root causes of hunger like poverty unemployment and poor health here's here's pamphlets ler a nightclub in roanoke virginia call ms chocks lounge was a magnet for crime one of the worst most violent spot in the entire city of roanoke captain rick morrison made calls that night last summer when everything came to a head right before the place was shut down he and other officers were in the parking lot when a guy ran past them into the crowded club and started stabbing people then the shooting began the people scattering raanan cars on all people getting a flights rescue trying to convey we're trying to control it it was it was a big mess that's what it was you might be asking yourself what's that got to do with feeding people the denver look much like kitchen now that anyway hamlet irvine hope soon it will have a lot to do with it she runs the feeding america south west virginia food bank which just bought the building showing a local businessman how they want to turn it into something optimistically call a community solutions center all that is going to be gathered at really not on it doesn't have the space for a touring kitchen the plan is.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The guy who's doing the right people behind the arc fifty four fifty one kentucky floyd forty one of eighty the second half both rick morrison said that if once the growth were gonna type of close to is it make them pay and that's so i'm able three that out with somebody go it's has the it down back to the you down to to get into the inside of five from fox let's not afford into the fourth quarter not i don't think if we can we friday have to go with the second half willis was not the both around the white goes for fox pierre of box maybe for the exasperated not now will via packing out the fox fumble get to that lifted if you look at the one on one you know because we white sox who to the baseline here's inside of but it's not going to say for the family ticket found room eight now one in one duchene got a body golden wanted hold for two today two with no with when you have an attack you when far from effectively i'm going to try to lot offensive and as we did when he went to the based on people to shuffle passing through on a biography of three defenders basically hope with a we still will come back into the game he wants to go to the knowing porn so to be of the league would really got a bye we to think if we double double with going on a bye with two feet yeah fifty five why don't we could play through the second yeah blew the cleveland for brown that round of not boring maurice gives might be flip me right here going to lead duffy concluded which is not state makes it light morris you know the grounds to only goes to the floor there was so the family.

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"rick morrison" Discussed on WHKT 1650AM The Answer

WHKT 1650AM The Answer

03:11 min | 4 years ago

"rick morrison" Discussed on WHKT 1650AM The Answer

"Rick morris is a hoyer is a republican has nine children so i don't know what what on overthrow bat and when you get arrested two times for child abuse is just not a good thing so how this plays out i don't know i was throwing my heart goes out for the victims in the morris family but not a sanctimony is type as you know but rick morris needs to resigned when when you're involved in this kind of stuff you just need to go you know politics is one thing your family when everyone on their something happen you don't get arrested two times without some going on so he deserves is they in court what everyone does i wish investors family but rick morrison needs to get out of there at this ap like today he needs to resist to resign and i hope he does the right thing in resigns or we can all get now that in our hearts was outs for his family the victims in for what there are going through and whatever happens this is true morris needs to figure this out didn't receive the helping needs to then on what stuff but it is a horrible sit your question this is the john furnish radio network randy forbes coming up in a five qb right here for sure our family that's third time today someone's mccain another will need to keep when he's gonna pay for crediting in keeping him for mortgage with low rate with response an awful decisions they were noticeable right at home in theory or are you in the market for a new how visit the point season dot over the final inflation nearest the snyder way to pay membership eligibility required a ton housing opportunity certain restrictions apply freedom liberty prosperity or you're looking for a group that puts he's values into action and check out the virginia conservative victory on hi i'm delegate ben klein chairman of the conservative caucus in the virginia howson delegates i form the victory fun to recruit support and unlike conservative candidates from fighting obama care up in dc defining tax increases here in virginia to be cb up the succeeded in changing the debate and returned to learn more visit the cbs dot org paid for by the virginia conservative victory fund.

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