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"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:49 min | 1 d ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Is with us. He's the author of chaos under heaven and a columnist with the washington post. Now i'm not gonna hold that against him but he has he has been on this rand. Paul fao cheesy debate. And i'm not hearing anybody telling the truth in the mainstream media. Josh is trying to change all that. Hello josh how are you glenn. It'd could be back with you. thank you so. So how is this. Not an open and shut case with dr algae. Well you know. We've spent a year and a half placing anthony you on this pedestal and venerating him as a deity and so when he gets into the five minute shouting rand. Paul is very easy for everyone to just write the story that he got back with rand. Paul without actually listening to what these two men were saying it seeing which one makes the most sense. Just follow the issue of what anthony fuji has been doing in terms of throwing cold water on the lively theory and avoiding congressional oversight of the nih is relationships with these wuhan. Left's then you can understand. Why people like rand. Paul and lots of other people including ones bar scientist. Think she is playing a double game here that he's using his Authority and his popularity and his Ability to have the the democratic party in congress come to his defense every time he gets into one of these scuffles to distract us from the real issue and the real issue. Is that the nih and not just in h in us aid and the pentagon and all of these other un agencies. We're doing work. Funneling american taxpayer money and know how to the wuhan institute of virology and now that the pandemic broke out on the doorstep of the lab. The wuhan stood by route is told us all to go pound sand. And how can that be. And why were we doing all this collaboration and do you still want to do this. Collaboration with a bunch of chinese labs. That won't even let us. It's the lab when the crisis breaks out. And you don't even have to believe that. The leak theory is true to understand that people like anthony. Who were the head of this collaboration who promoted this collaboration. Whether you call it gain of function you don't call in a function. That's kind of a word game we can get into that if you want to. But the bottom line is that's a red herring. Because she was in charge of overseeing. This collaboration and he failed in that fiduciary responsibility. It's obvious because now when we're trying to get into to investigate the greatest pandemic in human history They won't even open the lab to us. So what are we schmucks. Were putting we want to give them more money when they tell us. We can't even go into the left the investigation. That's what anthony south. She is arguing for and that games crazy josh. Can we go into the word games here. Being played with gain of function for a minute because it does appear to. I think the average person looking at this that anthony fouled. She is just playing semantics here. he's i mean the documents literally say gain of function on them and he's trying to make this argument that it's obvious it is not gained function..

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"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:47 min | 1 d ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Hey it's great show today you don't wanna miss a second of it. We talk about the fao cheesy insanity with the mask talk a little bit about the banking sector and we dip our toe into the waters of of high tech and what the government is doing with high tech as we talked a little bit about The capitol hearing this ridiculous hearing with adam. Schiff asking the questions in washington. Dc about january. Sixth we also give you a warning on something that happened today with a simione simone. Biles that i think is worth hearing. That's all coming up on. Today's podcast missing. We have the.

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"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

15:26 min | 3 months ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"We can't talk about Where the virus came from. I don't think that it was a man made virus. That was intentionally released. I think there's a good chance that it did come from The wuhan Institute and it was accidentally was released. But i don't know if we have any proof of that. Tell me about what you have found. Well that's exactly right. Glenn as it turns out the origin of the krona virus is not a political question. It doesn't matter if they're on the left or the right. It doesn't matter if you like trump or if you don't like it doesn't matter if you're a democrat or republican is simply a scientific and forensic question and probably the most important question that we have to answer in order to solve the crisis that we're in and prevent the next pandemic yet for over a year we've been told that just to even utter just even mentioned the possible still yet unproven but certainly possible theory that the began due to human error in one of these labs just to mention that what's considered quite impolite and quite out of bounds in in washington but it's society and in the media for a number of reasons so before we get into the reasons. Let me ask you we but the we knew something was wrong. I mean t- talk about the wuhan cables. So when i reported at the time and then again in this book was that for years there have been concerns amongst the us diplomats and others about the these labs the wuhan institute of iraq the largest repository of background up irises in the world where us and chinese scientists. We're working together to create viruses not create but to use science to develop viruses insight into versions that were more viral that could affect infect humans easily and therefore we're more dangerous and more transmissible and then when the outbreak break happened. Right next to these labs it would. There were a lot of people inside the us government. Who wanted to look at these labs and you saw these reports from years ago about concerns about these labs but they were unable to do so because of the political environment and because of the things that were going on inside the us government and then the us china relationship including that the chinese government was blackmailing the us government and tonight asking any questions and also blackmailing also lying about the origin of the virus and covering up the sciences and jailing the scientists jailing journalists so there was a a very extensive and well funded campaign led by the chinese communist party and also the friends of this lap. The american friends laughed. Who's tied in with the lab wet clear conflict of interest who were telling journalists. You better not talk about the lab and by the way. We don't think the lab did it because we're the best friend the lab where the best people to tell you that they didn't do it so there was a a perfect storm of horrendous. Knits that combined to push us towards this idea that we couldn't look at these labs. Then you know here. We are a year later and of course. Now we have robert redfield. Who was the cd's director. Dr the head of who and many other people including many plants to say. Hey listen we gotta look at these last. It doesn't matter what political side of the spectrum. You're on we have to look at these labs and that's the bottom line and we've wasted a year We've wasted a crucial time and energy and resources and the question is more important than ever because it relates to. How do we stop this pandemic from happening again. We can't do that if we don't figure out how it happened in the first one. Okay so now let's go to. Why have they why is it been. I mean you're you're called conspiracy theorist your you called all kinds of names. Your shutdown people have been shut down on social media. Some have lost their jobs just for questioning. Why why powerful that. This is all shut down like that. You know there's there's a couple reasons one is because of again this propaganda campaign. That was run by the chinese communist party. But aided and abetted by american scientists who are the best friends the lab. I'm talking about peter's to echo health alliance and all the rest to you know told us that it was a conspiracy theory because they didn't want anyone to the lab and then when the. Who did it to report these same exact scientists including peter to go look at the lab. They went there for three hours. Talk to the scientists. Didn't see anything but not really all the data and then came back and said we don't need to look at the lab anymore and this is a a cover up. Okay this is. there's no other word for it. It's a cover up to distract us from the the urgent need to look at this land and also look at the other series went. The whole point is that we need to look at all the theories and and figure out. What's what and you know wherever the facts lead. That's where we have to follow and it's it's really simple. As that the men in the media the reason that they picked up on this was because donald trump endorsed the labs area and most of the mainstream media didn't want that to be right. They couldn't bear with the fact that donald trump might have been right about something despite the fact that he also got all these other things they considered horrible but even the broken clock is right twice every day. And here we are later. Donald trump is no longer president. So it doesn't matter if he was right but the media doesn't want to correct their error if it was an error because they don't wanna get dunked on and put getting done so and he's really not what's important what's important is protecting our country from this pandemic started at comedy rice last week and she said something that i had not heard anybody say before. She corrected me. When i said a rising china and she said it's risen china. It's a risen china. It's not rising anymore. It's gonna get more powerful but it's already at the table and it's a powerhouse. What does what does the shift in. our our president mean to china and i mean because i am not for trade barriers. I was strongly against trade barriers I was torn on trade barriers with china. Because china is just. They're out of control and they are not the friends of freedom And and not friends to us. And so i was. I was glad to see that. We were taking a hard line on on china. And now i feel like we'll just excuse anything again. The china is doing. Is that at all accurate. Or yeah glen. I agree with almost everything that you said. You know when the trump administration came in what they did was. They flipped over the chessboard They ended forty years of what was largely a policy of engagement. I cooperation for which meant betting on the idea that is trying to got more powerful than it would liberalize economically. And then that would lead it to liberalize politically and that would solve the rest of our problems but it became pretty clear after shooting took power in two thousand thirteen and more and more over the years that that just wasn't happening. China was going another way and actually they were using our engagement to advance their interests against hours and actually they were interested in changing the world order to make it safe for autocracy and repression and aggression of all kinds and that we were we were late their knowledge that much less unto that now the problem with the trump administration's response of courses embedded in the html title of my book. Hey i signed her. It was very chaotic. You were there was a message. John was very functional. It was hard for anybody to really understand what was going on and the factions internally and trump changed his mind on the tactics and all the rest and you know we didn't stand up for human rights and against the and in hong kong and the trade war. You know i could make an argument that the terrorists were useful but because the trade war was executed in such a haphazard manner. It underminded effectiveness. But here we are four years. Later and trump flipped over the chessboard. And now the biden administration has a chance to set it back up again and they could if they choose. Set it up in a way to that. Give us back the advantage. We still have the high ground. We still have the best economy. We still have the rights you know we still have the the position of moral justification that we stand for the things that we believe in waiting democracy through freedom human rights the rule of law and then we still have allies and partners profess to believe in those things so we don't know yet if they're going to pull this off if they're gonna take this new approach that the trump administration admittedly messed up at times but handed them and make it more international and more effective. They could do that if they chose we. Just don't know yet. What are the signs that show us one way or the other. Have you seen anything yet. Well absolutely so for right now we have a lot of continuity and we saw you know we still have the tariffs there you know. I'm not a terrorist guy. Either but hey listen that's leverage you. Don't wanna just give them away. You wanna use them to get the things they want. The joe biden administration confirmed that. There's a genocide going on in xinjiang against the week. I guess what there is genocide going on against jiang against week and now they have to actually do something about it. So the indications are that there oh by the way they also have said that we can't talk about the lab accident administration confirmed that there were some shady stuff going on the lab that they ended it to in other words. They want to get to the bottom of the invested in the idea that we can't talk about the lab accident because they weren't there at the time so the who it. No no please. Finish the indications are the indications are that they are open open to a more Assertive more aggressive policy towards china. Because that's what the american people want. That's what the polls show that. Democrats and republicans wanna because the chinese communist party's aggression now affects us in our own lives in our schools in our markets in our sports in hollywood and silicon valley everywhere so now now that all americans are woken up to this. Especially if you're sitting in your basement scared of getting the coronavirus. You know that what happens in beijing longer in beijing and you want your leaders to do something about it. And that's what the american people are calling for and that's what the team is starting to respond to but it's not enough yet. So what was it that the americans were doing that In this lab. That many americans didn't want other americans to know about what will were they doing something nasty or was it just looked bad. Misses a crucial question. And this is a great question. Because according to robert redfield again. Not a completely unproblematic person but not someone who's bailing out the trump team for the sake of it. According to him. The virus last week came from what's called dana function research. That's what they were doing there. It's where you collect all these viruses from the wild and then you run them through mice that have lungs adapted to act like human lungs and do that a few thousand times and you see what happened. And that's the idea. There is to predict the next pandemic. And wouldn't it be ironic if the program to predict the next sprint and actually caused the pandemic sparked quite accidentally of course and the problem with that. Is that the these americans. Were doing this in wuhan. Because this research had been largely banned large by the obama administration in the united states so they moved it to china where there was less oversight. And now here we are. We're trying to get back into slaps basically impossible because the chinese government won't allow it but what we can do is we can examine these american laps and that means the nih in that means the end. I a i d which is run by anthony fauci and aeko health alliance and this is what you see. This is what you see in congress more and more lawmakers standing up to say okay. Well listen if we can't get into these labs we want to know what all the american lives redoing in conjunction with them and we wanna know procedures followed and if not why not and. It's not an who's going to be held accountable for that. Then we're gonna take a look at all this function research because and this is going to blow your mind and the plants response to the pandemic is to increase this research. Sixfold by spending another one point two billion dollars to collect five hundred thousand new viruses from awhile and bringing them to labs all over the world. It's called the global viral. And do you wanna do this every year. If you wanna have this problem every single year. So i my simple proposal again not true pro-trump guy. I'm not an anti trump guy. I'm not a republican. I'm not a democrat. I'm just a reporter would like to not have a pandemic every year and my is. Let's figure it out before we sixfold increase. This research must pandemic helpful. I don't think so no. And i think if we're going to do this research anyway. We should do it in. The united states shipping it off to china and having them do it in china where their standards are a lot lower than ours is insanity insanity not just just not just the the the allegations by the trump administration which was confirmed by the biden administration by the way again. Not pro-trump spiracy series. Jake sullivan all the rest was that they took this research and then they had their own game going on with their military in a way that we didn't know about okay and that's interesting is that we think we're we're just doing open science with a bunch of nice chinese scientists but these nice chinese scientists may be very nice people but they don't get to make decisions about what research chapin's and what they tell us and what goes on these land. That's run by the party and the party acts as it acts which is not in our josh rogin author of chaos under heaven chaos under heaven. Is the name of the book. Josh rogin. thank you for being on appreciate it. Our sponsor this half hour is amac. We live in a country that is really lost. Its way we don't respect logic law and order basic decency. It's all up in the air. Well how do we get it back. Well we have to have a few guardians We know we've lost our guardians of the media Who is watching the store in everything in washington. 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Using a Prosperity Picture to Create Your Perfect Life with Ellen Rogin

Agent of Wealth

04:37 min | 5 months ago

Using a Prosperity Picture to Create Your Perfect Life with Ellen Rogin

"Back to the agent of wealth. Podcast this is your host mark on. Today's show brought on a special guest ellen. Rogan ellen has more than twenty five years experience in my world as a financial adviser and now focuses our work on consulting and speaking internationally on generosity success strategies and creating prosperity on purpose after media resource and the author of the bestselling book your prosperity. I recently took a workshop. She hosted which. I got a lot out of looking into talking to her about that so l. Welcome to the show. Oh thank you. I'm so excited to be here with you. Mark great so. I you start off your workshop and even in your your book with asking the questions people. What is prosperity meteo. What are some of the responses that you've gotten from from people because i know it's it's different for everyone it is and that's why i love that question so much. Sometimes people go right into. Oh it's money it's wealth. I often hear security. Sometimes people say it's love. It's flexibility in. It really is all over the map and What is so great about that word is helps people start to envision what they really want for themselves and to realize that money isn't the only a scorecard in it's easy especially as a financial adviser when people are talking to you. They're thinking about their money but when we can have a conversation that really expands the. I'm that i think it gets people excited or thinking about things in a way than might not have other thought otherwise thought about them. Yeah and for me that really. It's home as an adviser. Because you know when i started i used to think it was all about the numbers. And it was all about collecting data and spitting out some fifty page report or giving some advice and one thing that kind of made me realize that it's more it's more than that was. I don't know if it was fidelity or if it was another group put out something called the advice value stack and it was a play on a maslow's hierarchy of needs where they have managing the money is the bottom of that pyramid. And that's really the table stakes. Everyone needs to manage their money needs to pay their taxes. Needs to make sure they have insurance. And then you have your goals after that right in your goals may be to retire at this age. And we're still in the numbers with it or you know. How do i save enough to put my kids through college but then once you start going up the stack you're really looking at what import break in. The next level up is peace of mind. You know maybe for someone it's how can they get organized. Or how can they sleep better at night when not having to worry about a lot of this stuff and then i think the top. Which is the pinnacle or where everyone's trying to get to exactly what you're saying is what is your life purpose or do you want to leave a legacy or what what are you. What is all this that really hits home with. What your your messages on and often. I don't think people widened back enough to say like what this for like. Why is it that it's so important to you to have this. And some of the comes from all these outside forces or other nothing against having lovely things but sometimes that materialism takes away from the true meaning that people wanna have in done in the values that they want to impart on their family. If they have kids so i i love the way you described like i know it's about the numbers and that's where i started and then in your evolution as really getting into being an experienced advisor working with your clients. You saw how the real value add is yes. Of course you have to manage money. Well in advise people on the data but it's really having them have a bigger picture and feel really good about what they're doing with their money. Yeah i use the the scrooge mcduck analogy lot with you brought. Say when i say we can. We can count your net worth as it's grown. Count your money all the time but really what is that money for. What makes you happy. What are you trying to to do and you know. I think you mentioned in the book. A lot of people don't know you know it's it's hard to to just ask that question. Fire that question. Someone expect them to rattle off. I want to do this business. And so i think what you do is a lot of visualization creating. At least one we did in our shop was creating this visual picture map. So maybe you can explain a little bit about what that is and how someone can go about doing that. Great what we talk about his creating a prosperity picture which is a visual representation of your financial plan in some ways so some of you may be familiar with a vision board which is a board or a poster that you put images of goals that you have

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"rogin" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

15:20 min | 1 year ago

"rogin" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"Author of the New York Times bestselling book picture your prosperity. Pretty smart money moves to turn your vision into reality She does a lot of other really fun things but I'm super excited to have her on the show today. Hello Ellen how are you. I'm great. I'm so excited to be here with you. Well that makes two of us because I'm really excited to be here with me as well and one thing also exciting me is. I have from our sponsor sketchbook brewing there bre bonds which is a Belgian style dark ale very delicious fear. Not Something I normally drink. But it's dark deep little happy little multi. I'm digging Gannett. So thank you sketchbook for helping bring b three two are wonderful listeners. And Ellen here's my question for you. What do people get wrong about? Mindfulness debt wrong about mindfulness. Well first of all most people don't actually know what it really means initiatives. We should probably start there. I was going to go super tactical. It's it's a it's a funny. It's a funny word. So the the general simple definition is being aware It's also a kind kind of meditation techniques and I think that's where people lean to begin with thinking about it as oh. I do mindfulness meditation. But it can have mindful listening which is really awesome. Where you're really being aware and super present and listening to what the other person's saying you can have mindful walking? You can certainly have a mindfulness meditation practice. It's a pretty broad term. Okay okay so so so really just kind of the idea of awareness through some sort of activity like it's kind of doing something with awareness is or something and just being aware or mission. I think we've talked about how I been in. This process of being trained is search inside yourself leadership. Yeah teacher and this is not one of their definitions but one of the earliest definitions that I heard that I really love is just noticing. Just noticing. Something you haven't noticed before right Randy Lifetime crack up like more than a lot of times like most of the time and Someone asked me. There's a woman I worked with for at least six six years and She retired and this woman who was planning a retirement celebration for her said. Do you know what color is our. I talked to this woman for seven close to seven years worked with her a lot. Absolutely no idea. Okay I don't don't notice things then it could happen with someone even a lot closer to you than that. Sure sure like I. It'd be an interesting question to ask. You know your three best friends color. There is our right right. Hopefully your romantic partner. You know just in case you get quizzed. Don't WanNa get busted on that one but yeah your best friends I. I'm just realizing I don't know if I paid that. Close of attention to answer that question. Okay so okay so then what. So what do people get wrong about that. Because I ask is. Mindfulness does seem to have become kind of a a buzzword lately. Right and I know even the program you just mentioned stemmed from Google was born in Google. It's been spun off since then right so. So there's these really big companies companies that are kinda seeing the value of something that could be considered a very soft and mushy thing but they're seeing some real real business results are pushing it out. So it's kind of become a buzzword but then when you have a buzzword people always misconstrue it so I'm just curious as you've gone through that you know the training did you. Did you see people making a mistake with mindfulness. I The viewpoint mistake when people have is that they think it's really hard hard that you have to sit on a meditation pillow for twenty minutes to an hour even longer a day to get any kind of benefit and The cool thing about mindfulness is it can be that as a dedicated practice. You certainly can do that. You can start with a minute or five minutes or twenty minutes or whatever works for you you know. There's certainly some benefits from doing longer periods but there's also beautiful benefits of just a shorter more integrated practice so throughout your day. You know maybe Periodically I'll turn off the radio in the car and just try to bind sleep. Dr Just be right there. What am I noticing And and and what I'm noticing my thoughts 'cause we can't The other thing I think people make the mistake as they think. Okay when. You're meditating or doing a mindfulness practice. There's no thoughts that's ridiculous. We're that's what our minds do is just throw thoughts at us all the time and the practices act. This is Tanaka cured away with them and to just if possible be able to observe the thoughts in notice that they're they're One of the things that I think people also get wrong to think. They're doing mindfulness meditation. Practice right when when they are just focused on. If it's focused meditation maybe you're focusing on the breath as your area of attention and that demand. They're focusing on their breath. They're doing yeah well and when they're lost in thought that's bad rand really. The work comes like the building of that mental bicep muscle is when you notice. Notice that you're lost in thought and you go back to your anchor of. Let's say at your breath then the real work rats when the benefits comment. I don't think most people people understand that I think they think it's when they're in the state of just no thought our focus i. I'm chuckling. Ezio through this because does your so right on one of my more popular articles I've ever ridden from blog is I'm good at meditation because I suck at in fact it is kind of that idea. And I've had a meditation practice pretty consistently for almost Gosh fifteen twenty years and I would say I'm kind of bad at it but that's actually where I've gotten all the the benefit from it is just just as you said realizing wow. I have a really busy in Buddhism they call it the Monkey. Mind my I have like three. Monkeys remind as As you're you're right it's at idea of some of the the best I think learning for me has just been able to to get up from the meditation cushioning go. Wow Oh wow. My mind was everywhere but I at least I noticed it everywhere. It wasn't that I'm like in this state of almost the whole time right right and One of the cool things for me is my practices. I have had that long about practice. Although most of that was practicing transcendental meditation which is awesome. It's mantra basis in through this program which is more mindful myspace. Different a kind of meditation. Like whether you're doing Zimba kickboxing. It's just another way of doing. It is the beauty of actually noticing. What my thoughts are when I can do that? So being aware of the thoughts and being aware how they come and go in the ones that are recurring and looping And it's been that's been such a helpful exercise and much of the time they just come and go jus- this kind of like You know if you're laying on the ground watching the clouds come to go. You don't necessarily get attached to one cloud and the times when I can not not get attached to that thought. Are It's really cool. It's really fun to watch that. and to be able to kind of see the to see that thoughts that are reoccurring his also been fascinating right saying I ensure that I really liked is. You don't have to believe everything you think right and the idea of of not getting attached But also kind of like what you were saying earlier that you don't you don't have to have a meditation practice practice. You and I have have have bonded over our penetration practices for sure but I. I also don't think that they have to go to to meditation center or they don't have to have a meditation Kushner. Have it be this this other partner life to your point. It's you can integrate it very simply into your life if you want to write one hundred percent and it looks different for everyone. We Home with a we just now take one deep breath and notice our inhale along slow X.. Hale aw that's a little mini meditation can be a micro practice were just if you're You know as we're I'm sitting right now if you're sitting or standing David because I'm sitting notice your feet on the floor and maybe we're your body hits the chair and just her moment. Put our attention there. Another little mini meditation practice. Practice right on here. You know what hold on. We're GONNA pause for fifteen seconds. I doubt if you're listening to this at you've ever had a podcast. Ask that allows you to meditate in the middle of the PODCAST. We're GONNA pause for even as ten seconds take a Big Deep Breath in big deep breath out. Pay Attention. Enjoy your at. I'M GONNA do it Allen you can do to. Let's go on three three two one so cool right. It's that was eight seconds since and all of a sudden just a little ship but not a big one right. You're not like saying. Hey I'm going to change the world is just get you back to where you're at right I WANNA share one practice that I learned through this certain side yourself that I found so helpful in business and they call it a minute to arrive like when you're `bout to start a it you can do it by yourself where I've seen some really fun benefits is before you started meeting and We just announced it might sound like we'd be Weirder Hokey but I've done it in several occasions without people. That knew I was going to be doing this or whether I knew they were meditators that we talked about mindfulness right and how to say he no often. Our heads are not where bodies our. And we've all kind of come. I'm to this meeting with different things happening before we got here. And maybe there's things are going to be happening when we leave and would it be. Okay just take a moment to just got at present and it can be that simple and it can be quiet. I I typically Dan on tape we you guys play with me for a little bit with the Senate. I had them focused on their breath. Just like he just did feel your feet on the floor and I did this yesterday. Had A a meeting was hosting At This bank where I'm on the board of directors and we had people that kind of can actually they were people who came from Eastern Europe and I was having someone come in and speak to them about marketing. It was really cool and They all came from different parts of the city. And I did this with them. And all of a sudden it got everyone's super present till we hear the message that was coming in there is just like a collective exhale literally and metaphorically right True a lot of times we go through our days and there are just so much going on. I it's funny you say that You may account of early Zuma because I'm Zuma instructor but a Lotta Times before class or right we in the class. We'll have our warm up and allow often say. Hey let's let's get our bodies warmed up in our inner minds here ride because so many people are kind of running in from other things in from their family and from work and this is like their fifty minutes where they get to kind of exercise their bodies and be there for themselves Hey let's let's get here and you can kind of see in the next minute attitude at the at the energy changes right well. And what's interesting is you and I are having this conversation about mindfulness but I would if you look at our our bios. We're both relatively hardcore business. People did you know you you. You didn't come up as a Yogi. I mean you your best in New York Times bestselling author and in the financial space. Wh what what impact has this this had for your. What impact have you seen in your business? Life based on on mindfulness practices go to Poland started being a business zone and then I'll talk about when I deal with people around personal finance issues so is a business owner. I would say that. Having a meditation or calm contemplative practice is probably the best thing I ever did for my business. Allow okay Without you know I've done a lot of different kinds of personal growth in business. Coaching being in. I'm always happy to invest in my business in my professional advancement but this is something that not only affected me That the guy was a better mom a better wife more present when I when I came home from the office but I think I was a better leader for the people in my office us and absolutely a better financial advisor when I was doing that with my clients to be more calm and so For many years I was had a wealth management firm and worked with people individually. I don't do that anymore. And we're doing it on a broader scale in terms of speaking but People have so much stress around their money. And what I found. Is that when you can have a way to calm yourself down down. When you're feeling stressed it makes such a difference in your ability to make decisions I mean this is actually been scientifically sleep proven out in our ability to be less reactive when you have a meditation practice and.

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"rogin" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"So J Rogin gambit finally got hitched. Hell, yeah. They did even got their own ongoing series out of it. Did they get to go on a honeymoon or anything? I know the wedding was pretty much spur of the moment. That's what the ongoing series is about gambit called in a few favors and set them up with a sweet honeymoon in space. Oh, awesome. It's about time. Those two got a break from all the superhero drama miles there x-men exactly they deserve a vacation. No, what on earth makes you think they can take vacation without getting into superhero drama. Oh point. What was it this time? Brewed scrawls. Well, they got a call mid honeymoon from kitty telling them first that they did to put on pants, and then they needed to steal in guarded artifact that the sheer imperial guard had and then deadpool got involved and death returned up, and then it turned out to be this mass of political thing. So what was the artifact? Well, first they thought it was a crystal like the m chronic crystal. No, it turned out the crystal with actually. Just the carrying case in the real prize with the inside. Okay, except them that hatch into a dinosaur into professor acts in the laundry daughter who watch. I'm Jan and milestone oaks, and we are here to explain the X men because it's about time. Someone did. Welcome to episode two hundred forty four Jay in miles. Explain the excellent walk you through the ins outs and cons of comics, greatest superhero. Soap-opera at welcome back to the big easy. But I a j I heard you had some news. I do I learned to socks and I'm extremely excited about this. I know I can do two different types of heels. I'm learning third. I mean, that's pretty awesome. But I heard you had some slightly more podcast, relevant news. Right. So actually this news technically broke over emerald city week. But I kept on forgetting to bring it up on the podcast. I am co writing a off Thor novel with cereal box. How freaking cool is that one of my favorite people writing one of my favorite characters? Like what I cannot give you any kind of details except for detail you that the rest of the creative team's been announced all phenomenal. And I. It on good authority that it is going to be Rattus hell and cereal box. So they're deal is that they do serialized fiction. Right. We'll serialized audio fiction specifically all very cool. I'm excited about that. Also, you get to make thing that I just get to like check out as a fan rather than as a collaborator. I mean collaborating is awesome. But it is a lot less work just be a fan and passively consume. I mean, I do write a lot of stuff. It's true is true. And I enjoy it every time except when I don't realize stare, and then you tell me, and that's great. I mean, sometimes anyway, all of that aside as we briefly mentioned we are heading back to New Orleans today. Do you remember the last time we were in the X men version of New Orleans j I do there were definitely brewed there. Yes. We cover that an episode one hundred ninety four covering the ghost rider x men crossover. Brewed trouble in the big easy one of the ninety s and most enjoyable stories ever. And here we have another very very ninetieth story. Although I don't know this one feels a little more timeless than that one. Because while it's got very very ninety s visuals. This is a story of gamut and the Teves guild, which tend to be very sort of futile..

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Seth Rogen's Voice Will Greet You On Public Transit In Vancouver

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:58 min | 3 years ago

Seth Rogen's Voice Will Greet You On Public Transit In Vancouver

"W the dog. Days of summer bring pet stains, dirt grime and allergens that get deep into your rocks Joe has developed, an antibacterial treatment but attacks tough pet. Stains and odors right, now get fifty percents off learn more at Joe Hadid's dot com Canada how often do you ask yourself And if it's rarely, we. Still have some answers for you Remember that in Vancouver Morgan Freeman was supposed. To be the voice of. Public announcements on the Translink system they're they're trained system there But things didn't exactly go well because remember, CNN had an investigation of Morgan Freeman that showed this alleged harassment inappropriate behavior. Towards I believe it was eight women by Morgan Freeman and this is so this created a problem for their, metro system in Vancouver they couldn't have that guy. Voicing even though he's like the most ubiquitous voice actor in all of voice acting they couldn't, have, him voice their transit? System anymore so somebody suggested it was a reporter at the Vancouver Sun by the name of. Stephanie suggested well what about Seth Rogan she said she'd be, happy, to listen to Seth Rogan do, it because he's. A Vancouver native, and, at the time he responded, to her on. Twitter said yo they need a replacement right now let me know and. They said well let's talk and he said hit me up and now Vancouver metro riders are going to. Be able to hear. This That's right Seth Rogan here he is saying he's, thrilled, they have come to an agreement, now you'll actually. Hear Seth Rogan's, voice, calling out your next stop, any opportunity to. Enrich the lives of the Canadian people is an opportunity I will take Can you imagine Seth Rogan in the DC. Metro metro center Take Morgan, Freeman, because honestly when I? First heard? The story I'm like wait why did. They dump mortgage free I can't keep them all straight. Anymore and they were? Just. Allegations against Morgan Freeman rate and and that was it yeah Seth Rogan smokes too. Much to get in? Trouble I think he's Slowly There's not a lot going on. There. Right it's not a lot You know relaxing Rogin that's one more reason to. Go to Vancouver isn't that exciting just to, ride the ride the metro. Also in Canada they have. An immigration problem and? Why is that the way, they're handling it their border security minister as, a new plan, put illegal, immigrants Into hotels Star purchasing them, hotel rooms an emergency session of the house of Commons. Immigration committee Tuesday Bill Blair who's. The immigration the border security minister had didn't have many answers for this for conservative. Immigration critic Michelle.

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"rogin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The quicken loans studios so we were talking about the the ts to this was will the us win a world cup for the next thirty years and why is our national team not where it should be and i was sharing with you about thirty forty five minutes ago before the lauren rogin and seth rogan interview that i was able to speak to the former program manager in the premier development league at the img academy in bradenton florida the img academy houses the under seventeen us national team and routinely hosts both the us men's and women's national teams and he told me that our national team is not going anywhere on the world stage without a true us hierarchy of scouts scouts all over the country chief scout that's all covering spanning spanning the entire thirty five hundred miles of the united states of america to find talent and the scout talent excuse me and what he said was so many talented players slipped through the cracks that we don't even find so we're giving specialized training to certain kids and other kids aren't privy to that kind of to that kind of specialized training so he went through a litany of things that we lack to be an elite soccer nation he said we don't have a promotion relegation system if bad mls teams were relegated to the second division in our country which is the us l and lost all the profits and tv money they receive from being part of the mls don't you think they'd be motivated to make more of a youth academy investment to ensure they're never relegated again.

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"rogin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Ladies and gentlemen here we go episode thirty two but before we begin something new for the podcast for 2018 and actually i hope for the future the podcast i think ahead alluded to this uh previously may be it the kickoff to 2018 but i'm trying to much trying to i am going to continue to devote time to the podcast dry make it as good as i possibly can i'm not a huge fan of doing things and a half asked manner and with that i have recently been approached by if you companies that are interested in sponsorship of the podcast which when i look at it first i was hesitant to even speak with anybody because i started this podcast on the recommendation of somebody that i think very highly of and somebody who's very successful in the space and i never thought for a second that it was going to be something that would have an economic benefit and here you go thirty two episodes down the road i was hit up four sponsorship was thinking about that and the desire to make this as good as possible and i realized that money helps when it comes to the podcast as an example the microphone that i'm speaking into is brand new it's not free surprisingly enough and i think with companies that want to support me especially if i use them in my everyday life there is no reason to not work with them because it will allow me to focus more on the podcast and continue to develop it and make it better so having said that this episode today episode 32 the first ever cleared hot podcast episode have sponsor is brought to you by on it now if you listen to podcast podcasts specifically the joe rogin experience you already know would on it is all about but it's a supplement company and i'm probably describing that incorrectly 'cause i know they do much more than that but that specifically what i'm talking about and let me say one thing about supplements supplements are great but in my opinion if you're focusing more on the supplementation than you are let's call that the micronutrients if you're focusing on the micro instead of getting your life in order at the macro level and what i mean by that is a balanced diet rest and recover.

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"rogin" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"Trai y twominute goes what do you think about that i know where to talk about other podcasts in our next episode but that uh did you listen to the uh the joe rogin been aspirin energy yes what did you think about what he said about the the approach of most you to academies what ben or what jo said what bensaid um and i thought joe in a in a little bit aki he didn't agree one hundred percent but he echoed a little bit you know he said we go right to rolling his people love to roll yeah more sorts is also about finis and the time and i think this is one of the faults of jitsuo is that um you're we don't drill properly like uganda wrestling room by time were done drilling in our stabbed double or turned the corner like you see guys crawling lake with their fingers in their toes off the mat to drink water because there's nothing left and we we haven't even done any live goes yet that's just drilling and i mean if you if you took a if you took a high level boxer kickboxer karate guy in you throw him in a wrestling grown four thirty minutes cardiac arrest bear like dr simpson y you you would be needed the pt up paging mike simpson bacon paging mike simpson we need you in the wrestling room we just had a showed con karadi guy that died that's what would happen yeah so.

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"rogin" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Same with rogin rocca bill last night there was so fucking good that the second he got off jose god i send him gone off stage i was like do that is a great falkenberg that was my next that was my next thing there are times i'll watch comics and be like you get motivated oh hell you're like a had million is fought yeah you what you why somebody like god being you know you know last night tony rock tony wrought put a fucking fire on my ass he had a bit he was just like it was like watching watching him work a muscle on stage and being sincerely impressed and gone god damn he's forking great he was dana this fucking bit that you know how hard it must have been for him yes i cbn michael jordan's brother everyone with things i think everyone thinks he added ease now fuck now i always compare him in nieto brennan because they were both in the xiao shadow of two great stand ups legendary iconic stairs neil which your pal and and tony with his brother chirad for tony and again you know he's a friend of mine i love them for tony to be as funny as he is and make his own thing people i agree with you it so much harder for them it's the same comparison i may where you come from successful parents you know what i mean grow and in neil with dave i meant niels three mike specials fucking ours woods one of the better special original it's an and him as a comic in itself is just i mean the kid there's so many colleagues that you watched it turned to turn corners that you you keep watching i make jokes about near when he was when he was when i like years ago he's a call memento none of that movie or the guy had to keep remembering shit like working in reverse a mike it away.

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"rogin" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Because i just would never have done them one is an eye and look i you know you can say i i oh my career to myself i've worked really hard but if joe rogin hadden said you need to tell it machine story on stage i wouldn't tom i talked about this the other day out of never toro stage had i never toro stage i remember you tell now my fucking accent showed yarmur do now and and i would have never told it i would have never toro stage it would have never told roma special it would have never gone viral evident would never sold tickets that that is that is uh rogin smitis dude he youth nobody just east joe all he is is a guy with good intentions yeah he doesn't he doesn't have bad intentions for a younger comics he wants the best for you the other one he said was and is he's done this to me twice is it this joke i didn't even be i don't even knows a joke but some guy we were doing that new material room and they were like hey what's so i go give me and i do me a topic and they're like airstrike break and then i go easily gam frank and helen killed with the same person and it gets a laugh i go no series and i tell the bit joe joe bulls me silajdzic that better be in your act and i'm like now it's not i literally was out of never put it my act so so i think comics are often the last person who knows what she go in iraq yeah it'll kira probably is like no no almost see that for me when she doesn't know that she doesn't know that and by the way she is right the first ten time she tells it outages got away and and but but like kira is a lot like me and you and i think sometimes.

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"rogin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Will be used by others to create some kind of moral high ground for themselves you want a great moral high ground story uh seth rogin the south rogan's of trump and then i mean he's got his career and good for him and all the best these made me laugh before but seth rogin has decided hell no longer do interviews on sirius satellite radio because steve bannon has gone back to his radio show there with breitbart news ought std they have you ever seen some the sat rogin of videos of him naked of him doing things of some of some of the jokes that he's told all of a sudden he's the arbiter morality he won't go on serious it's ridiculous it's so so this is one of the things that you know we're all going to be seeing this this nonsense are that people use from these other allegations though i would never do that to me i'm i'm above at all as a matter of fact i won't appear here because of this one or here because of that one and it's going to be a rough few months and and may i suggest bourbon may i suggest lots of bourbon i will be having another i get together with with them and we're gonna be doing this again ah most definitely soon and awaits easier we do with eastern smokin tony cox tonight and uh two radio shows a day it's just getting warmed up i will have more info on that four yet seriously the bourbon happy hannuka everybody tonic acts ninetythree wibc it's called out it is chilly you're feeling it this morning it is some cold stuff and that's why you need universal windows direct because your windows can't keep up it's not that you know e e a bad person it's not that your house is to latvian you have to move all you need to do some refreshing and some updating wissanu windows from universal windows direct first their beautiful right so the colors you need the styles knee whatever it is you need universal windows direct they've got it they can make that happen for you and there the window itself is is going to last five times longer than windows without their super space technology that's what they used that's their science.

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"rogin" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on USA Today

"Superhero plot there yeah but as for comedy it's berg how it is very funny yes and before he does this this plan the striptease plan his character gets oil down gives oil down without you know by because he forgets has baby were also grab a piece of meat up a grill and they robin on him and there's all four of them including rose burn and and uh seth rogin rubbing the low oils the midor ells on him and the zach tells me that actually that was real meat in jut injected with baby oil and fried in spiced and quite the uh quite delicious smell and if you're into that but not so great when you get it rubbed on your body wow so another thing we learned it's not just meter oil on zac efron it is it is that but also baby meet and baby oil distract the list you can take that away i tell you fred ask a massive parade asian lead and those piercing eyes the plainly take away leaves zach fnd some pretty funny as he's doing some completely raunchy stuff i mean everything from dirty grandpa which started off the year two neighbors uh and of course these god mike in dave meet wedding dates and he's shooting baywatch and you know is hard to believe that there was a time where people were sort of shocked by this and now he's just kinda like in those and in a baywatch is totally embracing it's raunch and has mike in dave i saw a little bit at cinema khan and it looked really hilarious and that is completely off the charts so he's found this really bizarre niche where you'd never would have thought even two years ago zac friday ruin kind of our rated comedies.

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"rogin" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Gold holdings in balasore dude also the dynamic of rogin dominant crews at korea does not work at all his nobody's doing the fucking yes that would would gobert did which was like set it up i think they think rogan's going to leave so they won't cormie or to learn on the job maybe but you need rogue into playoff guy like goldberg was like and he would spew out facts that didn't exist did turn even the finger you did what is your fast and also here is it relies wanted to get so so drug by phil uri lebanese levity to now is just also series a little bit sometimes and he's a gaga's they didn't know that i love when he would say something rogin would go completely against iran hawking about yeah what are you talking about all right let's wrap this up how long john how long have we done that'd be three six out i think is that any good yeah 3 oh sixman sheehan were done the people want it okay so listen to the danish o'neill podcast you can find it we're all podcasts are on i tuned spirit soundcloud on all things comedy website laughable it's actually a great and latina yeah use it i love it it's great we interact with i do it all the time he's fucking he eggs supporter net from will do great uh but it really is like so if you're listening right now if you're on laughable you can just danger neil yeah will be right at the bottom as during the stop just click subscribe and then listen to the like without stopping this here right into it yeah you'd see your website right there.

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"rogin" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"You know leitl mentioned today like joe rogin like i was in fact a good deep thinker but boy when he urges thinking deeper it's all dumb like a mild recovery one was gonna be one thought their hoaxer yeah and he's got non that's like post malone i watch what woman has done it was over a maintenance guys but how deep can you be at that age at least she's like a tempting right on top not deepen what is he is this boy nineteen ah child i said boy to its but yeah it's is a karate kid young kid he atrocity israel's rectum nauseous young male kids of now he's a man and he's any big here's philosophising mikey's for concerts one of the lustful who's your favorite philosophize her white out easy players say oh you are so many things like in your name or now then just one i don't want to write aristotle heading out who what will who is a philosophy i'll later floor what i do gorgeous rate good one bruce lee he knows coming out now enduring little lane denzel washington old and so listen to him philosophized he's on some deep shit i tell you why if denzel tells me something i do an absolute favorite actor by liberator yeah denzel washington is my favorite actor yeah he's denzel washington in every movie in i enjoy denzel washington every move yeah even when he was without doubt we use the drunk pilot a loved it yeah i was all about it yeah i was like every pilots should do this i don't watch a lot of they do that's why they're go with i i to watch a movie your denzel washington at a watch every other mmhmm.

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"rogin" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"In jim's voice it was legitimate feeling right i mean again i've said it in the first off jim has heard it all from you the good the bad and the ugly and he was moved by that that has to count for something after 23 smack offs it does and you know it does look it's all well and good to have some fun with it of the day after right the post game show after here on a monday after that friday's mak all which is what we're doing and that's why laugh at laguna deserved at i considered tell you mike in indy smack was better yeah yeah it was in my estimation listening to it three times but left in laguna deserved there is no shame in second in this particular smack off usually there is frankly from some of the other secondplace as we've heard over the years but there's no shame of that this this year hold your head up high bike and lagoda unlike what joe rogin in ufc should be doing on this monday and we go back to that because we had and i want to replayed again just refresh you before the break we joe rogue had an interview daniel corby ahead again rogin does a magnificent job i'm not sugar coating this on that blowing smoke joe rogin is great and what he does he believes in ufc he has passion for it and when you have passion for something like that it does translate into good work normally when you have the talent and roget's talented no mistake about that make no mistake so what i criticise this again he is in a tough spot but you hear it in the call joe rogin when you're making excuses for yourself while you're doing it stop doing it and that's a pretty good will hold a live by a life all right i'm so sorry for pummeling you nextdoorneighbour because you're too loud at night as i punch you what the fate if you're saying that while you're doing it maybe you should stop doing it here's rogin immediately after corby got his mellon dented by john jones with a kick that stop the world if you're daniel corby a columbia didn't even know where he wasn't he admitted as much in this painful interview let's listen to this joe rugged and daniel cormie a still in the ring after us see to fourteen.

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"rogin" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on KKAT

"Interview he did with daniel core mere who did get knocked out kick to their head it was brutal anyway this is what it sounded like cut to luke right now i don't know man i thought i was well i don't even know what happened so this he was completely out of the census and was crying like a baby and this guy persisted with the interview a second question i don't think it's a good idea to interview fighters that they've been knocked out but i really wanted to give you a chance to express herself i know this is an incredible moment for you is very much now what can we say at all about this and the rivalry between you and john i don't know man i guess if you went bullfights there is no rivalry so i i don't know he was crying like washout it was you wanna do that benard i got one pointing out the joe rogin did this this is this is what's being talked about this is the big story among our mma fanatics which joe rogan who is the guy who calls all the fights he's he's mr ufc now and he did something that was pretty terrible and that was what that's what what it was if you don't know now you know the host of all fear factor to right although tokyo snip needs a standup comic he's got a podcasts all kinds of things 34 after the ire of one a marvin scarves by favorite song yesterday all night juggle seen so the now is the needs the wien a certain i'm not have them the we know gains peace is finalised he's talk radio with a polls each sixty eight pm yeah it's.

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"rogin" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"rogin" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Love socialism what is it uh economically i'm not sure socials was economics which was is economic system street it reminded me of this picture of the one of my favorite comedies less few used this is the end very raunchy comedy but it has the scene where who who who the rich josh rogin that his name j verse barrichello and jaber showplace guy who's away from hollywood and he comes back to talk to josh rogin whose plane himself as a total hollywood jerk and aid j says let's go to carl juniors but he can't because he's on all these fad diets here's a little bit of the exchange but if you thought feeding gluten you feel way and better all day whenever you feel any that has not told you not gloat is true you know what glue and knows no you have no idea what accord moves who was a vague term it's if if if i want you to categorize things that are bad you know calories that's a good that's a good somebody just told you he probably should eat blown nearly as you could make better event felony minute they cut to call judas set throw cannot resort so that i mean that is what the the world the left is setting up an mep even know i was making fun of david brooks for talking about we wish the upper strada you'll create little code words that keep the lowest for that but that only happens on the left i don't see right wingers doing this these little finds that the create heat america he jesus hate gluten hate that you know whatever we love socialism but you don't know what it is just know you have to say it if you wanna be in with the in crowd and that's why they live in at the fantasy world from the opening they'd that fantasy world where hillary clinton as president were whom avidan is a good person with a ford will care act works they live in their fantasy and the fact that we woke them up by voting for donald trump by electing for donald trump is like.

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