18 Burst results for "Rochat"
"rochat" Discussed on No Jumper
"Often each other bro. Awesome rochat disney. Gave me opportunity in twenty sixteen okay. I didn't mean they didn't even know each other at all. He thought i was from cnn. Out come come be on my show and they can use to uber me to his house every day. Yes you know why. I didn't eat. It was it was weeks months where this nigga didn't give me some free over easy. He was getting off the code. Eight rome you know why so i was always be internally graving. You know festival what. I don't see you don't believe in yourself as much as you should I'll be honest with you. I won't bite my tongue coach. Shit mcabe also please do one part in my head that always gets to me is that people attribute everything that i've done me being associated with him pro. Everyone try we talked about. That's one thing that's one tries like that people will try to like say and i'm like even back because i i make music too when i was first rapid i. It was so long that it took me to finally get like the rolling loud and shit like that. But that wasn't off this nigga card. That wasn't much. I remember him even try one year like he sent my song to the rollout date and say nothing. Whatever but like it's like having this internal debate of being manley. Do i. Do i step away to just completely do my own thing and try it and just be like fucking even even if i never get the same exposure ever again. At least. I know that. I try to do something on my own one that or do i da block out. Those starts block out. Those people are obviously they will take that same they would take the same opportunity and run to the fucking moon with it and stop listening to those people and i keep doing keep building where we already doing and what we had a conversation i said don't let these niggers trick you out of your position. Yeah don't do that row. You know what. I'm saying. When i first joined his mother fucker nichols asked me. Why are you doing this. Why is he has the same up buckets. Now's i broke on the show..
"rochat" Discussed on No Jumper
"Survivor level. Right here. crate joe straight to didn't care about another twenty eight hours twenty to care about the gang banging doing it all in care but guess what look at me now. Fifty to fifty two years everything. Family kids grandkids. Life gets better for key thing though like. I'm just sitting there listening. You don't know me. I don't know you. You gotta start going harder than what you're doing loved one as you know what i mean. We can't make it in life making excuses on god 'cause all around the world. Somebody's going through something. Your distinct people in third world countries are living worst than we are. You really got a good every day. You wake up everyday above. The ground is a blessing. Every day and a half people like like jazz they care but fans beyond you because they care and even the ones that say negative things. You can't take it to heart. You know why. I never did until recently. But you wanna know you. Can't they don't know you so you can't take it to heart. They don't know you personally and this is. This is an amazing thing to adams doing for you. Yeah so you gotta show more Be more grateful on days. You feel like oh man. You like you said okay. Yeah you're paying me put family. You really got appreciate life. No i'm serious drugs. You got to kick that. Yeah you have to find a way to kick that everybody can say loved one. You need to get off drugs. You need to change your life. You need to do this but into you. Make it up in your mind. It's not gonna happen when i got to hospital after trying to kill myself. I woke up mad angry disappointed. I feel like a failure. Like i couldn't even kill myself and when i got out the hospital i was still homeless. Still living in the same way i was living but guess what i woke up one day and i said not for me to get myself together. I gotta get it right. And i was a factor in who had was known as the shooter in the gutter. Gunda self down literally real life and when i came home homeys in the who was laughing at me. I you idiot iron. He shot is still a joke. But i didn't let it get to me desert a couple of times. I feel like i should go. Kill this nigga. Fuck us literally but what does that prove. Not gonna put you in. Jail is not going to help me get my life together. So i started getting my life together. You know what i mean. I was living pelata. Poll sleeping on floors sleeping in front of people homes. Where racket rest my hair. You got a good luck. You gotta get yourself together because you've got to be there for your mom you say you're watching your mom deteriorate but guess what both of y'all can't be deteriorating at the same time how you gonna be there for her. You can't be there for yourself. i'm serious you say you went twenty eight my leg. You still got a lot of life ahead of you. Don't waste it don't waste it appreciate what you got. This is the blessing now for and not. Everyone has this. This is the blessing. Now that's one thing i really do. Want to make clear. We may like big arguing here. we may get. Our agreements is often each other bro. Awesome rochat disney. Gave me opportunity in twenty sixteen okay. I didn't mean they didn't even know each other at all..
"rochat" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"I might be contrarian someone has to do it so one has to get off the nuts of josh allen. I'm going to be that. God am i did last year i also know that carson wentz mvp sees at once or close to vp season and he sucked ever since. Why can't we get russian. He didn't play that well in pittsburgh. And we is the idea of everybody's catching where a lot of his success was just throwing the stefan digs nunzio better coverage on. They don't have a running game a sad sack. Moss going with the devon single terry who for them and what a weird time live where anyone should be afraid of buffalo for music obstacle ticket. Wax are asking we play them but hundreds of because you look on paper with that team is on defense. You have davis white but their pass rush was really not existent last year. And yes they got the basham brothers and the espinosa who might be something. But what if the idea is like well have cold beasley. Who is gonna to catch more than march accents. Probably won't be in game for my sean sleep if it's blocks on digs and you just get smart coordinators. Who because what is a quarterback. Have one single trait that other players wool cisco they have what they have consistent romy. And what's the routine. You would dare cardi yesterday. Here's something or here's a consistent routine iago control to step onto the yeah and in. Here's a josh allen routine. That doesn't sound good. he's too in. Lebanon is in his career as a starter when trailing by ten plus points at any point in the game. So you get up on the bills. You're probably gonna win the game. So hey that's great for. The dolphins has been gulp and punched them in the mouth. It's highly likely the bills won't have an answer for that. Well my question to you is. This is a two year production. i'm a sakes. I've been hired him since he was hired and so people are rochat app. But i think brian flores one. Ms coach john mcdermott. Oh oh i look. Brian flores brian flores since he started i mean it he gets it he may not. You know that's up to the gm what personnel. He's gotta work with obviously but it seems like he's. He's really literally squeezing more out of this dolphins team than there probably is right now. You know what. I mean Productivity he is not relying on talent or ability..
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"And sad, we don't have family members that can't understand your illness or help you. So anytime we talk about little illness to his dad, he just doesn't get it. So we just don't even bother talking and he still takes his meds and, you know, and my boyfriends have seen way I am, and he has to take he's on this closet pen as well as he has schizoaffective, you know, plus bipolar, he takes the class of p.m. two, you know, he's on the scene when I am in, you know, he's doing very well too. Right. Well, you know, I appreciate you taking some time talking to everybody about this. It's a tough subject for people sometimes. And they don't want to talk about it. Right. And also, there's still it is a lot of stigma like I had one of my boyfriend's neighbors found out that I had schizophrenia and that I wrote a book and she read it and she was like, oh yeah, it's a great book. And I asked her, I guess she knew someone who was blogging like doing blogs, so but she told me she says, if you call my friend to discuss doing blogs, she said, don't say that you have mental illness or schizophrenia and just say you want to start a blog. So right then and there that was stigma right there. Because she read my book and then she turned around and said, you know, if you ask my friend about blogging, you know, don't say you have a mental illness. Right. Yeah. So I was like kind of a very upset about that. It was almost like she had a stigma too, you know. Right. So, and she was kind of just a stranger, reading my book because I guess she came over and my boyfriend's apartment and saw my book on the desk and then that's when she wanted to read it. But you see what I'm saying how even now after I've written the book, I'm still having experiences where people are have the stigma, you know, like don't mention your mentally ill. You know? Right. So you see, you know, you see what I'm trying to say. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like I said, I've got some family members dealing with a few similar issues. Not schizophrenia. And it's rough with that too. No matter what it is, you know, people look at you different, treat you different. So yeah. Right. And that's the main thing is how do you disclose your illness because sometimes when you tell people to still, you know, if they don't know you like, if you tell someone to stone like strangers and stuff, there's definitely some people that are actually scared of you. Yeah. You know, they don't know how to take it when you tell them that. Yeah, I bet. But that's my goal is to get rid of the stigma, but the main thing is medication because you just can't have a.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Hours of sleep, but you just work around, you know, work your schedule around the sleep that you need. Going back, you said you like to read and you do a lot of reading. Should I take this mask off? Yeah, that's probably and there's no one else in there. I guess. You said at the beginning that you like to read. So what are some books you like to read in some authors? You like. I love true stories or self help books, you know, like exercise, diet, and I'm also into beauty books. I before I got ill in high school, I took cosmetology. And I got don't ask how I did it, but I got a nail technician license when I was like, you know, before I was right before I was diagnosed with schizophrenia. So it was very hard for me to go to school and get that license that manicures license. So, but I've always like, you know, the beauty field. And I kind of like to read like beauty magazines or beauty books or, you know, things like that. That's just like my, you know, my little hobby, I like to do is just, you know, read books like that. And I like to read books about mental illness and other people's stories and, you know, how they cope and what they did, you know, there's a ton of books that schizophrenia, you know, it's hard to see them all online because they have so many, everybody's journey with schizophrenia is different. So, you know, reading a variety of books, you know, could be a good thing because you hear other people's stories too. And besides the library, do you have any bookstores you like to go to? I actually love the books dirt. I love the library and I love the bookstores. I like Barnes and noble. Okay. I like half price books. They always have great books. Yeah, yeah. You know, I love to read, love to read and write , so. Good, good. All right, before we go, get done with the first half, the podcast we're not completely done yet. But tell people all the people out there that may be interested in your book or may have someone that is suffering from the same problem why they should get your book. Because I can give them some insight and having the illness myself, I can give insight to, you know, different problems that they could, you know, come up with struggling and the main thing is your family has to understand your illness and unfortunately my boyfriend has by a polar his dad just, you know, he just doesn't understand malones. He doesn't think that he needs medication. And he said, you know, you never used to be depressed and, you know, but then his mom is very supportive. And she went to the Nami classes to learn about it. So,.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"And do you have any plans for a follow-up book? No, I think I'm done. I think I'm done. I mean, every day I still run into experiences and my life would stigma and stuff. You know, like, you just have to be like, really careful how you disclose your illness. Because a lot of people, when they hear the word schizophrenia or schizophrenic, they just like, you know, they treat you differently, you know, so there is still a lot of stigma. You know, in the book too, I mentioned that, you know, my first book, what is a schizophrenic supposed to look like? Is that how do you know who has schizophrenia just by looking at them? You know, I mean, it could just be someone in a crowd. And it's like, the only way that you really disclose your schizophrenia is when you talk to yourself in public, like if you're not on medication and you were to talk to yourself, that would be like a clue that you would have schizophrenia. But even then I was even then I would think that's not a definite. You know, I mean, I've been known to talk to myself and I've never been diagnosed. It's just sometimes, you know, I'm thinking about something. So I think part of our problem is sometimes people want to self diagnose others and then they have a stigma attached to them when it may not even be true. And I assume there's like different intensities or levels of schizophrenia. Is that correct? Well, some people are actually more high functioning than others. And that's because maybe the doctor is not the greatest or maybe that there's different antipsychotic pills you can take. I'm on the end of psychotic clozapine. Which is the best of the best. Okay. So, you know, because I've tried all different kinds of antipsychotics and that's the only one that worked for me and gave me my life back. You know, but there's many and I psychotics out there is just finding the right one for your chemistry.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"So and it's traditionally published. Is that correct? It's white. Traditionally published? No, I actually self published. Okay, okay. I'm sorry, that's what I meant. Yes, go ahead. Yeah, I actually self published through Amazon. And I had my book journey is kind of strange how it happened. I've always wanted to write a book and I was never sure like what title of what kind of book I was going to write. Because I always wanted to write a book. So I actually ended up going to a writer's group. Before I even knew anything about publishing or anything I just started out in a writer's group. And that's how I met you through Dave van horn who was the one who ran the writer's group before I was even published. Okay. So and then after that, after the writers group, I left the writers group when they moved. They used to be on the east side and then they moved downtown. Yeah. And I wasn't able to get there anymore. So I stopped going. But I had a friend of a friend that had his own publishing company. And he knew how to download manuscripts to the Amazon website because you have to download your manuscript and get it approved. He actually helped me do that. And he was a friend of a friend. So I paid very little to get the book published. Unfortunately, the original publisher that did the self publishing died earlier this year. That's a shame. But it was really cool, knowing him and meeting him because he used to actually, he actually had a job on the psychiatric.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"I wouldn't be sitting here doing this video with you if it wasn't for days. Right. And that's why I reached out today because I've worked with him and he's helped me a bit. And I said, hey, you know, by the way, I do this podcast. So if anybody in the group would like to be on the podcast, let me know. And you know, and that's how it starts. That's how you get to know these people. Right. But you have to go places where you can run into people like go to the writers groups, go to the library events when they have book fairs or, you know, like I said, the south you could library, green road, you know, before this crazy COVID hit, they had like writers conferences and, you know, and you just have to go places where you can meet people that are in the publishing world. Those are all benefits that you miss out if you don't go find a good group in the area. Right, but I don't, you know, I think with COVID, though, I'm not quite sure when those startup groups again, you know. I know some of them started back up with zoom. I am actually part of a mastermind that we don't meet because everyone's across the country, but we meet via Zoom, even before COVID. So I think that makes it nicer because I know Dave, when they moved, they started they kept the Zoom meeting. So even if I couldn't attend live, I could probably get enough time to jump on part of the meeting for zoom. So I think that's a benefit that authors should take advantage of. You know, take it on these calls. You know, like you said, I'm not familiar too much with all the modern technology, but like coming to the life room speaking now, they were able to put the video on and do this because I had no clue how to, you know. And one of the benefits we've got I know you're in a Cleveland library, but cuyahoga county has a very award winning library system. And the over in south Parma are now whatever the scribble writing center no, that's where I'm at now. Oh, you're at scurvy. Oh, okay. No, I'm at the right now, I'm at the green road south Euclid, kaia haga county. Okay. Public library. Okay, that's not where the scribble writing center is. Is it? I think that's I think it could. I always forget. I think you're right. I think it is. Okay. So but that's something we've got that a lot of places don't, because that writing center is phenomenal. They have meetings and they have webinars or seminars they have author events. They have a whole section of books and materials to check out for writers. Plus, you can just go and take your laptop and write and they have a writer in residence and any writer in the area that does not take advantage of that is doing a disservice to themselves. Well, that's why I said, you have to connect yourself with other writers. Right. And, you know, 'cause you know, you may just meet somebody that, you know, can really help you. All right, so Lori, it's been really great, talk, but before we go, you have any last minute advice. You've already given a lot of good advice and new authors. Any last minute advice you would tell authors? Last minute advice would be check out my book schizophrenia guide to surviving and thriving. Feel free to leave a review. There you go. Hopefully, hopefully it's helpful. Hopefully you'll like it. You know, and I guess that's it. All right, great. Lori, thanks for taking some time and I know you went out of your way to make sure you can get the room and all that. So I appreciate it. You know, talk to people. I don't get as many nonfiction authors, especially for.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"And came out with the new book, schizophrenia, your guidance surviving and thriving. The things that have happened to me have been able to make me. You know, an expert on schizophrenia with things that have happened to me. And you mentioned schizophrenia versus schizophrenic, explain what the differences would be and what people get so upset about. I don't know. I guess because, you know, but you know, they used to have groups like alcoholics anonymous. So I never really had a problem calling myself a schizophrenic. But a lot of people I've dealt with, they have a problem with saying are calling themselves a schizophrenic. So that's why I changed some of the content and the title to schizophrenia, your guide to surviving and thriving because, you know, people were so offended, you know, when I would call myself a schizophrenic. I find that interesting because my one stepson has autism. And my wife who has dealt with it, her whole life, his whole life, she's dealt with it. That she's had people get mad at her because she said he's autistic. And they're like, no, you need to say he has autism. And they get married or when she says, I'm an autistic mom. They're like, no, you can't say that it's demeaning. And she's like, what do you mean? So I just find it interesting. It's kind of across the board. Right. And there was just so much stigma that I had to kind of change the whole structure of the book. Okay. So, but the new book, I'm very proud of it's my favorite one night, you know, out of the whole books I've done. And I feel it's very helpful, you know, it explains, you know, different things that can help you survive and thrive with this illness. Okay. Like what? Give us some examples of what's in the book, because obviously it's not a fiction book. It's nonfiction. It's based on your own life. And it's not really a memoir. It's more of a handbook, a guide to self help with. Well, you know, it's a little bit more and it's a little bit self help. Okay. So it's kind of a mixture of bow. Okay. But.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Are you working on your author career, but struggling to get that first book published? Does the goal of being an author seem too lofty? Or thoughts of having multiple books and making a full-time living are as fantastical as living in Cinderella's castle? Welcome to discovered wordsmiths. A podcast where aspiring authors can be heard. Join Stephen Schneider is he finds in talks to authors you may not know. But authors that have gotten their foot on the author career path. Hear what they've done to get there and where they want to go now. Settle back, it's time for a bit of inspiration and advice. Come listen to today's discovered wordsmith. The magic of editing, but welcome back Lori. I know you haven't moved, but we're on episode two. We try and trick everybody and make them think that we're doing something magical on different weeks. But we really just kind of roll right into it. So let me ask you now I know you don't like technology very much. So when you're writing, what do you use to write with? What do you write your book out with? Well, in the, when I was first writing my book, I would go to the library, the Cleveland public library downtown. And I had wonderful librarians there that really are kind of who inspired me to write the book. I would go on to word, I would go and Microsoft Word. And I would just type on Microsoft Word. And that's how I started doing it. I had I had the articles I wrote on paper and then I would type them in the word, you know, to create a word document. So from the library, did you save it to a thumb drive or a cloud or did you just print it out every day? I would just print it out then after, you know, I'll try it. And then I was able to create like, you know, a book. And have you done anything just writing at long hand or do you do any other and to use a software now or do you do anything different now? No, because I'm pretty much done with the book writing journey and pretty much done with it. You know, for a while, I thought, well, maybe I'd like to start a blog, but it's kind of hard because I'm not familiar like you said, I'm not really familiar with the new technology. So I'm not really quite sure how to even do a blogger startup blog. So what we're going to talk a little bit about falls right into some of this author stop, you mentioned the Cleveland writer group publish polish and write publish and polish, I think is what it is that they've been horn runs at. I've been a member of your member of and you said that Dave and the group helped you a lot. What all did you get out of it? Because there's lots of different groups out there. And some are better than others. I know, with Dave's group, they do critiquing a little bit. But what all have you gotten help with from the writers group? Well, Dave van horne is just he's so such a positive helpful guy. And I think he told me that he has his group starting up again. So now with all this COVID stuff, you know, I think they've actually been doing Zoom meetings, which I've attended a couple, but now I guess they're meeting over in hinkley instead of at the airport. Right. Yeah. You know, so that was really good that he was able to start up his group again, one of these days, I'm going to try to get there, but it's kind of far. But yeah, Dave van horn, has done a lot of seminars at the library. I'm writing and his groups. And he also told me that that's where you're from as his group. Yes. And, you know, so he knows a lot of people in the publishing world. Right. And he, you know, he had another guy that reviewed my book, I don't know if you've met him, Gary Rowan. Maybe is that his writer's name? Yeah, that's his real name during pizza. He's a book reviewer for Midwest book review. Okay, okay. No, I don't know him. Yeah. And Dave connected me with him. Nice. Oh, and he just recently finished the review on my book. On the Midwest book review website. Okay. So when you were working on the book, were you part of the group where you go in and having people critique parts of it or get feedback then? Well, the real publisher of my book was Michael Petro, who passed away. This year, and he's the one that created the whole book, you know, the whole book itself. Dave is more helping me more with marketing. And Michael Petro's the one that really helped me with writing the actual putting the actual book together. So Dave's marketing Michael Pedro was the actual publisher and creator. Okay. So what are some of the marketing techniques and things that you're doing to get the word out? Marking marketing? Yeah. Just hooking up with, you know, like people that you know, you know, could help you in different situations. I find Dave to be very helpful. You know, I'm sure you have to. Yeah. Yeah. Have you done anything like I know you're on Amazon? Have you done anything with ads? Or anything like that? No, I just, it's just my focus on Amazon. Okay, so not much there are a lot of personal stuff. And you said, you've gone to some. I find that a thing that a lot of authors don't think about. You said you've gotten some Nami meetings. And you've sold a few books there, which I think is important because that's the group that would be most interested in your book is people going to some sort of meeting for mental health issues or those are helping loved ones with mental health issues. That's your group. What I find interesting. I'll say that interesting. But what I find funny is a lot of authors will go to author events and want to sell their fiction book. Well, these are other writers. They don't want to buy your book. If it's fiction, you know, that's not the right group to sell your book to. So I think go into these Nami meetings is a great choice because that's the people that buy your book. You know, defining your demographic. Who's going to buy my book? And I think a lot of doctors miss that. Have you had anyone from those groups? She said you've sold a couple books. Have you done, you know, it got word out from there that some other people then bought it because they heard from somebody there. Anything like that? Well, I had a couple people on the psychiatric ward purchase the book. And I've had people at the Nami groups purchase the book. You know, and then just advertising on Amazon, that helps promote it too. Just doing that at Amazon advertising campaigns and Amazon can really help you a lot with marketing. Yeah. But you just need somebody who knows how to do it and Dave van horne is that person. You know, that understands how to do the marketing through Amazon. Right, yeah, again, networking, getting to know people through various groups. I'm in a couple groups. Yeah, it's networking. Basically, yeah, networking, like just, you know, running into people that, you know,.
"rochat" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Wordsmiths, welcome to fall. I can't believe summer's over. Hopefully all your writers out there got all your writing goals done in all your readers, got all your reading goals done because, hey, we're into the end of the year now. We've got Halloween Thanksgiving and Christmas and then new year's all coming up. Bam, before you know it. I know that's how the summer kind of went from me. Bam. So today we've got a special episode. Earlier in the podcast run, I had someone on ran who talked about mental health. And dealing with mental health and had written a book. This time I've got another author who has been dealing with schizophrenia. And she has written a book about it to help others and her life struggle and what she's learned from it. So it's a hard subject in a lot of times people don't want to deal with it and talk about it, but that's what we can do with our writing. We can bring these subjects to light, we can bring them out and help others learn and become more comfortable about it because if you're more comfortable about it, you can talk about it. So Lori has a lot to say about her book and schizophrenia in general. We have a good discussion about it. So before I ramble on for too long, here's Laurie. Laurie, welcome to discover wordsmith podcast. How are you doing today? Okay, how are you? Good. And just of note to everyone that's watching the video, you're at the local library. They offer rooms and you can rent to get video meetings and do these types of things. So I'm a big proponent of pushing the library. So it's good to see some things that the libraries do that people may not know about. So they have meeting rooms and all sorts of great things. Right. Lori, tell us a little bit about yourself. Who you are, where you're from, and what you like to do outside of writing. I am from I was born in Warren's fellow Ohio I lived east and.
The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"rochat" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych
"So the thing that i'll bring up is is just related to everything else that you've already talked about which is just a trail of Shit that's not put away done with things like you'd like. Oh i need it. I you know what i want right now. I want a lollipop. Okay well the rappers over here the sticks over there and there's like four cups along the way from there to there or like different things like that but that's also to me like a like. I talked to people who have like other people who have depression and it helps me to empathize with them. Like yeah like. I understand that like you can put the stuff in the dryer. But sometimes for some reason pushing the button to turn it on becomes the hardest thing in the world even though the stuff's already in there and that's the thing i'm still learning is because it et is really no. You brought out of a bag of cheese. Rip the top off. You put cheese on thing. fucking one more step to put the top into the trash. It sounds stupid too. I guess it's right. Sounds like it. It is so that origins doesn't even register right. They signed a thing. Well i get overwhelmed. I look at that. One thing that i need to throw in the trash and i'm like oh my god how many things need to get picked up in the. How things kind of become a coolness i do i want to throw away. That one. tiny little sliver of that whatever that trash ramp be or do i want to go like you make that phone call or whatever it's like the other never i would rather throw the chashma way than ever make a phone call but yes. I understand what you're trying to say. What is that phone calls to the pharmacy. I hey make you call the pharmacy. It's annoying the other day. I left a message at the pharmacy and is the most awkward message ever. I was like okay by. What else was now so in terms of how we cope with that it is what it is. You know like all occasionally rabi about it a little bit be like i'll pick up like seven cups in bikes nice collection. You know other rochat away. It's not the biggest deal for me is only takes less than thirty seconds. Just do it you know and that includes anything that that would be the same for you. it's like it. Why bother with that. You know a lot different It's a lot different for me. Because i look at it and i'm like that's going to take thirty seconds..
Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"rochat" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"So you tell you we will worry where you are and what you do and how you shine your light in the world. Oh okay sorry. My name's kenny barron. I am trained as netra path. I am also a college lecturer in neutral earthy and have been doing that for about five years. I was running a one on one practice that was online and offline before carve it and and then I've also baying Teaching physical examination to natural health practice for for a couple of years. Now i did International too with that tate chain practice all over the place how to dula needs that need for the practice and in. I had a really big trip organized this year end. Things changed as they do for the world for the world for the world. So casey is not new to our funkaway during. She's the on the journey with us for a couple of years. And i think it was last year i was doing a facebook. Live just going like oh and you know the power function and katie popped into the commons as like. Oh my god. I have to connect and tell you. I have a list of things. That have since. I've because this is something that i see as that unfold in this journey is that when people really embrace and use their home and activate the power of the get very busy and they're like oh. I forgot to resolve these things. So i'm katie. We met in person and then you decided to join our food the program. I would love to hear just some of your experience like where you were when you first decided okay. Why did you join and decide to use coach. Wayne your home. i i sorry I have a cute little harm. And i love it very much and i live in a beautiful beautiful part of the world and i loved that very very much as well. I'm coastal the east coast stralia. Yeah which is amazing. And i love my family and i love my business and all of the things but i was feeling very stuck and it was. It was like a brian fog and it was stock in. It was a yeah just when something stuck. You know you're trying to get fat. So hey me with me when you're trying to get to the bottom of the coconut cream cans for the liquid but these old the solid stuff on job that you've gotta dig through to get to the bottom and it was just i was i was doing. I was doing okay like but it was. I just felt sluggish and everytime on come into my higher men. I al family was very harmonious but my businesses. Just not moving forward. It just wasn't very good. And then i was like. Oh let's give the cigar and one of the things that that came up in my report that this was the first time that it absolutely blows. My mind was that my harm came back is great for people and not good for money and that just absolutely nailed the white walls yes. So that's that's sort of how i and i just wanted to do something different. I was like well. If you if you want different results. You gotta do something different. I love that. I love that does coca vickery i get it. I get it and i feel like this is. This is something that people have had like nudges through over the journey of like. Oh my god. There's something not rice because like you're definitely doing the work that you're meant you've been doing in the world like that's definitely it but not china get as brightly as you possibly could have so you did all of the remedies you put everything in you. Got your personal report. And i know you ran with it you know. I think this is also the par pow. The part of it is that so important. Is that like action is important. Part is like you get your prisoner before you implement when you do implement things start to move and flow in a way that you can expect so tell us more. I know that like there was a song logical things it was. It was so much so an full like honesty. Because you know that's why we're here at. When i first got the port i went. Oh my god. There's there's quite a few things to do. but then i was like an pattern. Filling that stock was going. The by fiscal thought was oh no name. My next thought was by once again. If you wanna stay here aren't doing anything. If you want things to change you need to do something different so we just got about doing what we needed to do. Obviously my husband and the kids soda a little bit made and was at. It was a little bit fun it was actually and it was actually just a bit fun to be honest and you know it was really nice to role model doing something different against two different result. Do something different so we got everything in. And i can't. I can't even believe i can't even begin to tell you. All of the things that just started to heaven like fissible. It was a shift in energy. I've now all because because i went from high all of a sudden i just had this energy to do my work i had. I had this energy to show up. I had this energy to show up in social on social media. Talk about what i wanted to do. Rather than net. What am i going to talk about again. that conscious snuggles you. Now you get a little bit in the morning. A little bit more End i i ended up doing a seven. Sit out. Wakened program. Full my zone of genius. Full my absolute passion. My hard work. And i ended up touring around seven cities doing this work of for weekend workshops and teaching and inspiring to physical examination for other natural health practice in their own practice and it was all mine. Like rochat end. I- i employed someone else to to help me to help me do it. So there was a ripple effect of of supporting another dismal business. And and all of the things. And i wouldn't have done that like even my husband was i go. Why are you unlocking it. But and it was just it was just the snuggle. It really was. It was just another. Yeah and and in some money started coming in like even even in my house. My husband's business started this flow of this flow of money. So we'd always bain or k. You know the bills have been paid the mortgage being paid. Everything was trucking along. That would never bane like oh we've got this. We've got that and now we can pay for this and that and all of the other things and now we can got. I love it so much. It's so good. I love it so much and this is this is the whole essence is going into this sense of flow. But i remember you telling me about your daughter as well. Like how that like rippled as well. We'll shaded on all this these things so there's been so many things with family with family and stuff like that so you know. It's been really fun by my youngest. I think when she i fist on putting the remedies and she was only to debate about saving right. They insert all shoot just loving it so we were put ahead handle the migrate remedies name. We put the little. We put some crystals we put some little things around achieve just absolutely loved all of that but they was heating studies and it was and then obviously apprai- team so that was a totally different energy and it just it's just changed..
Pardon My Take
"rochat" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Taking billy wearing his picking taking the capital. Yeah we're not picking the capital. We're not. What were you on january. So i was in this office watching it on tv with you. That's convenient. we're not picking the capital but we are taking already. Did the graph house where the declaration of independence was written up on. The graphic has. No one knows. That's where our country started. The i picked start but this country's started barstool man doom leaning tower pizza. Okay nice dough. Pizza dough past buildings. That house bill And then your net worth ha building your network. It's my favorite bill. Mine too nice Little gary visha low about your mom every morning. And that's how i start my day and i'm very anything that you love and life kill it all. Why build a house and you can build your net worth all right last guys. You know the podcast right. All right joint. Do you wanna do you wanna do. Who picked graf is. I thought that the original name of it was liberty hall. Why did you say that you would have been cool. That's a cool beer. Ready downs liberty hall on though you pick the graph sucks fuck spell that gr f. Sounds like a kind of shitty bar new york. Yeah yes empire state building. Okay billy was that we literally had to talk to stay away from that ruin. Who's who's anti odhiambo for you. Now or no. The village is dragged me into the money. You got you got killed. Is the stadium building. This guy called belly okay. Take wrigley field for my last. I'd lose for the other pander no the other pander well go you go would you. Last i was gonna take the segal centre. Okay place yeah. More life altering than a trip to europe ultimate pander was going to be the knights of columbus all right which is a sick building and looking ten bowling lanes and a full court basketball. But i thought that would be like such a like the middle office has actual meaning. That would've been a. Hey you know flavor of the day kind of thing Still by shirt though police things. We miss the burs. Khalid wasn't that bad taj mahal taj mahal kinda wanted to but i also like why is it so cool because the taj mahal is b- is basically the biggest self balk in the history of the world. It was built by horn king schaja han and he built it because he wanted to fuck his wife. So bad okay. She went fucking anymore so he's like what if i just make this big building for you. It worked i soon. I don't think how long does it take to build like way too long. She died so gonna get laid it out here. Her like death or burial thing to get it became like a tomb putin's palace that's like one point three million billion dollars. Bill sorry i misspoke there billion dollars of the hoosiers jim. That's a great deal. Don't hench playboy mansion. Michael jordan's house that he's still can't sell they'll fucking sick washington monument washington monument. Pogue paddy's pub yup. That's a good one. I didn't know if we could do fictional. But i wrote that down side tavern in atlanta georgia. Great one great building. One hogwarts hog words. Dr tests are r.i.p. Ship to boiler spoiler fought. I haven't even seen the movie. I just know that blows up at the end all right. I think that went. Well i was i again. I'm so don. I think also i get like by sunday afternoon especially hurricane harvey. I'm like i've been bad brains so hard that when we're like buildings i just sat at my kitchen table. Mike is building. Oh the tower building the space needle. I think that counts as bill. I don't think that the empires are the eiffel. Tower counts. yeah. I couldn't an apartment on the top of it is there where the guy the guy who created. The tower has an apartment on the top. They're like no you're thinking about quasimodo and no no no. There's there's an apartment. Tom rings bell. The think notre dame could have been on that list. It was burnt down notre dame notre dame. Pfc made that joke and ever tried to cancel. Yeah turns out. I was right. Nobody died much old french. Artwork got sanjay just billions billions of dollars worth of history. No history the graph building. What does that fucking thing. Look like the building. Honestly the declaration of independence overrated we. We said at that point. Hey we're independent but we weren't even independent till we won the war. Yeah we use the graph building. i'm looking at. It actually. Might be liberty hall. Oh you can't change that tiger stadium graph tiger stay death valley. Yes you're actually from detroit tiger stadium to was an all time with the thing Upper deck up against the wall the all all time. The miami marlins stadium where they had the sculpture and that the sculpture. That's what i love looking old yankee stadium. I love looking at old stadiums. It's fucking it's a passion of mine watching people borderline die jumping on milk crates and old stadiums Just give me that. And i'm a happy. Happy man fenway way. Park would have been a good one too. yeah. I don't go crazy with stadiums. Yeah what other stadiums would even be rosewall. Then rose bowl. I i actually meant right. Down rochat emerson stadiums. The orlando airport the tallest building in the world and do by Yeah the the the relief. That's the tossed. Yeah but again. I when i hear tallest building the world. I'm still like oh no that's tower. Always will be. They should just build a series of taller and taller. Antennas on the top of the sears tower. that'd be cool. Yeah actually know bill crates. Just go to milk dare you. People jump on them. Right numbers Ryan fitzpatrick on wednesday greater. Coming up seventy seven nine.
We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"rochat" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
"I think it's really. I mean it might be a really. We're by most of the shards are good. So i don that crazy this statement even if you do die in lose your soul. It's so fast to get them back that this extra sole thing doesn't really matter that much like your max. Souls is twenty two. Kill ten enemies when you die. It's nothing it's too raises on a camp and one creep wave in your back. So let's move on shadow shaman. I mean the thing that breaks out to Immediately noticeable to me is twenty talent hex breaks. that's grave site device that's crazy. That is a very good tom. Yeah yup more breaks in the game. Silencer are cankers. Now does more damage when people are silence. I feel like that was the case. Before i remember there being something with Last last word mutes items as twenty time. That's the twenty five talent but changed already. Oh wait what do you mean it got. I don't. I don't know if it did i. Someone told me that it doesn't work like that wouldn't literally says it. Yeah either way. I believe the agam sceptre is last word is multiple heroes are hit by right so talented soul bro. It's that's good there. It's twenty five though. But it's ridiculous for shots good case skyrockets. We're going to skip. Slow aren't big quality just buffs gareth overall. He's better hero starter. Better in lane a to slarke. He's going to be a pig. Un- unfortunately Less damage dark pack needs is easier to farm shadowed has low cooldown and he got some good talents. So he's better. It's not far some small buffs snipers take aim got changed again. It's still fucking weird. Don't off it's good. Compulsive grenade weird honestly feels like a good shard but nobody really plays sniper. And it's Jenkins does he might be. I think the shrapnel buff is pretty significant level one. It does a lot more damage. There's a twenty five percent increase level one but and not really sure. Spectra chard reworked again. It's still not very. I thought the other one was more interesting than new one dagger the new on mitchell fire dagger whenever you take. Three hundred damage absorb sorry. You need to absorb three hundred damage which needs to needs to take way more than three hundred of course and then it fires a dagger in the direction of the last source of damage. I don't think this is very good. I think people are going to buy this. They're going to take it off rochat on. I don't think this is very good. But it's the other one. The other one was literally the same as ags. Basically both the same. That's why i hated it. Little guy for both ags and chartres dumb. I liked the version where it was you haunt to the target that dealt damage to your last. It felt like really skill based on fitness. Like oh i just hit by mind being. I don't mind the rashard but it feels like oh cool but the eggs was basically the same like it's very little difference now. The acts just.
The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"rochat" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"It was just me saying in general to publishers and networks. No i think you made the right decision in the sense that I definitely would have taken your face and put it on a lunchbox. I definitely would have licensed it to people in china to put you on buses No i i think you made the right decision because the reality is you're in a position where you are your brand. You need to think about how that could be abused. A how things could be associated with you or shortened. Even right cherry picked in some way. That would be difficult to contain once released into the world. And i've been in many many similar situations where i've been the person saying no and you have to have policies for these things. You can't make every piece of paper that comes in front of you or every offer that comes in front of you a separate decision because you'll die. A death of a thousand paper costs you have to have policies and there is going to be some percentage which ended up being missed opportunities or miss calls so you and i ran into a sort of mutually exclusive policies in the sense that you had policy of not signing boilerplate. I had a policy that with one hundred twenty one hundred thirty people. We just don't have the bandwidth possible to negotiate one hundred thirty of these that i mean the entire book would be about redlining releases a great book. If you think about it somebody ought to do the. Lisa's i have signed by mike rochat. There is how to redline release. Twelve easy steps micro and who long didn't read along book t. l. Dr don't sign it. God there's so many things i haven't asked you about and i feel so stupid for it but like i said at the beginning i i didn't really want to sit down and pick your brain purely as the expert you are. I mean people should know there is truly a wealth of advice between the hardcovers if your many books but on a personal level i think you're right. I did make the right decision. But i am nevertheless. Sorry that i'm not in your book. Because i'm a huge fan of what you've done and what you're doing. I think we should start the glide path to end this thing by by asking though. Why are you stepping back. And how many times over the course of your journey have you felt the need to take a deep breath. I saw your email kickback right. It's like i think it said. Look if you're asking meteoroid a blurb for your book..
The Life Illiterate Podcast
"rochat" Discussed on The Life Illiterate Podcast
"Would no real shit man. It's like all of us talk shit but is is all between all of his man like like a lot of people like this is not even like oh this is like family like y'all niggers in my family rochat and that's the thing you know leaning next next episodes like you know people people sit there and go you're white racist and then you know the typical white person thing is i know. He's got a valid point and people like oh. Yeah you know. White people were typical thing. I got a black friend black brother. I got a black brother. I got a hawaiian brother. I got a tro brother in law and brother. And then i'm gonna hillbilly brother over other light. Alice are you blonde. Can't see the family resemblance. Raise my life rule shit like you know when family say heavy bashing. That's my nephew was like. And i tell you what i him. I love him like. he's one of my kid. Exactly it's as is that i'm that's my nephew. We may not be legally my fucking if you. That's my god damned if if any one of us hello motherfucker over that anyone in this room you know if something happened to me and my wife. I know that. I've got five good dudes that can take over my family and make sure that my kids get raised up right. Make sure that you know mine. And my wife's name honored in yano the same not fuck out of them but you know so. So i mean but like that's the thing especially like you were kind of going into like with all the shit going on or whatever My big thing is going around. Needs more of this rifle. Fuck in the world needs more of what happens right. I mean three of us here at this table fire together legit like trust each other with. We've our lives. It's just what's more important is conversation. Yeah the assuming you know. We grew up in a world especially either in public service or in the military. Were assume it makes an ass out of leeann. You don't assume things about people you you encourage conversation and you have an open conversation that is open ended. That goes both ways. And i'm not throwing. I love your sister. I think of her as my sister i call her my football wife and she goes to be her football husb- yeah we don't see on a lot but but we has good conversation. We can have a conversation to if you the celebrity death match. You've never seen before good game. We'll see when it gets heated. I just posted me about the university of alabama and she laughs and then be kissing. Mo- jeez so. So i think that's what the world needs absolutely. I think i got her. I think i'd take almost voting for so mark with c. Final thoughts we're going to have abrahams. Well is.
Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Stephanie Scott Welcome to meet the writers. Hydrogen thank you so much for having me. It's it's lovely to speech I'm sorry. It's not in person. I just need to stop by saying I loved this book, and it was the perfect kind of lockdown distraction, a wonderful sort of through under love story that just just kept me absolutely engaged to thank you for that all. Thank you, thank you so much. That's wonderful to hear and I glad you enjoyed. The multi genre aspects I was very attached to them when drafting. Yeah, let's let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your own background I. Well, I am half Indian half. British and my family from Singapore we off the generation Singapore, and so that's where you grew up. And that's yes. I was born in. Singapore and I grew up. That and my family still live there now and. It was actually I think my family experiences from both the British and the Asian sides in the Second World War and their experiences with Japan and the Japanese that led me to you. Begin to think that I could perhaps. Write this novel. In that during the Second World War, my Asian family were. In malaria when the Japanese invaded on that by schools, and took the peninsula and Singapore, and they had to hide in the rubber plantations, and my Indian Singapore. Singaporean grandma actually the friend did a Japanese soldier, and taught him English and my grandfather Rochat guide to learn Japanese because you couldn't walk onto the occupation unless you spoke Japanese so both my Asian grandparents learned, and then my English Grand Parent Grandfather for the Japanese in Burma and we've lost lost a great uncle to the death railway in Thailand as well and so they had very different experiences, but growing up in Singapore. Particularly, there is A. Those assassination with Japan that has shifted very much. Since the ocupation and Japanese culture is extremely popular and. Present that are actually we have Japanese supermarkets and. allotted influences and the more I spoke to Japanese friends of mine. Actually, the more I saw similarities between never not bringing and and my licensing. And do you speak Japanese? I don't speak it badly. I have Japanese go children and I can communicate with them, but the seven year old has surpassed me now and seen the four year old will too, and then my humiliation will be complete But but I am interested I am very interested in in S -nology, and and and in the Japanese language. I mean to say linguistically. My Romance languages stronger, but I still I still very interested in the study of Japanese Nara session. What's written characters that have? Multiple Meanings and tremendous resonance that I explore the novel I. I thought it was impossible to. Ignore that and actually I didn't want to. We'll suggested to me by someone that I just using Schwartz but. I, I! Really didn't want to. There are for example the word landscaping in Japanese means, something quite different. I mean I could have just said landscape in English, but in Japanese