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Fresh update on "ryan" discussed on Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

00:44 min | 18 min ago

Fresh update on "ryan" discussed on Emotional Management with Dr. Christian Conte

"A 1,000,000 copies. It was successful around the world and cemented Rogers is one of the most successful artists of the seventies and eighties. There were many versions of the song, but Roger's version was the most successful. Johnny Cash recorded it first, actually, but Roger's version was released first, its popularity has led to many releases over the years. I am an HD. Katy K FM HD to Pittsburgh radio dot com Station from the chief in lieu Hana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio. It's 81 degrees that it's very international at eight o'clock, eyeing Rose, Ryan Douglas. Pittsburgh Police Uniform Crime Report for the 1st 6 months of 2020 was released today, the report shows Pittsburgh had an overall 16.4% decrease in incidences of crime, compared to the 1st 6 months of 2019 and 24.7% decrease when looking at the five year average. For the month of June 2020 alone, citywide and across all six police zones. Overall crime rose by 6% from May. No final decision today from the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association board regarding Fall Interscholastic Sports after a meeting, a statement was issued, and the board plans to meet again in two weeks on August 21st in the interim Board members say voluntary sports workouts may continue under the governor's guidance for all sports, but mandatory fall sports activities will pause. During the next two weeks. The board is asking Governor Wolf and the Department of Health and Education to work together with them through further discussions there, also seeking insight and discussion from state lawmakers. Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation office has been inundated with new claims in the wake of the Corona virus pandemic as Pennsylvanians lose their jobs and find themselves with reduced hours. Labor and Industry Secretary Jerry Oleksiak says the organization continues to improve its customer service capabilities..

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Oakland a's Bench Coach Apologizes for Apparent Nazi Salute

WBBM Late Morning News

00:13 sec | 8 hrs ago

Oakland a's Bench Coach Apologizes for Apparent Nazi Salute

"And issued an apology after raising his arm during a postgame celebration in what looked like a Nazi salute, coach Ryan Christiansen says he was using an adapted take on the elbow bump the A's called the Gesture offensive. And Lions Gate

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively feel 'shame' over 2012 plantation wedding. Now, the venue is responding

Steve and Ted

00:39 sec | 10 hrs ago

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively feel 'shame' over 2012 plantation wedding. Now, the venue is responding

"Wedding venue responds to a Hollywood couple apologizing for getting married there. Ryan Reynolds and Blake lively, recently expressing regret for getting married in 2012 at Boone Hall, Plantation and Gardens in Charleston County, Reynolds telling fast company they are deeply sorry, explaining what we saw at the time was a wedding venue on Pinterest, where we saw after was a place built upon devastating tragedy rips for the venue, which features an exhibit of original slave cabins, responding, saying They respond honestly to couples to address any concerns they may have, adding, We will always work to be part of the solution for our couples, not part of the problem.

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Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for apparent Nazi salute

Charlie Parker

00:30 sec | 14 hrs ago

Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for apparent Nazi salute

"Oakland Athletics bench coach Ryan Christenson is out with an apology after giving what many say look like a Nazi salute on the field. He was seen on video holding his arm about a 45 degree angle as players left the field Thursday after the team 6 to 4 win over the Texas Rangers. After the game, Christenson said he wasn't intentionally making a Nazi gesture but trying to extend his arm to do a karate chop gesture. With Liam Hendricks. The team said. It was incredibly incredibly offensive and that they were deeply

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David Archer previews the Atlanta Falcons

Joe Giglio

08:47 min | 22 hrs ago

David Archer previews the Atlanta Falcons

"The Atlanta Falcons will do so with a former Falcons quarterback. Now he is their longtime color analysts on the radio network for Atlanta. And that is David Archer. David Hope all is. Well. Thanks for doing this. When we look at the Falcons, they made a big offseason acquisition getting Todd Gurley We don't know where the health is of Todd Gurley. What do you expect at a Todd Gurley coming over from l. A to Atlanta for this upcoming season? Well, be honest with you. I think we're expecting a lot of early and mainly in the Red zone. If you look at Todd Gurley's numbers, even with with so called quote unquote down near Around 900 yards rushing, still had 12 touchdowns. All 12 of those touchdowns came in the red Zone, and I think that Atlanta if they could find a way to run the football down close Help three up the talented weapons that Ryan has on the perimeter. Now, listen, you have a little bit more of a potent attack a little bit more looking a little bit more like what? You looked like a 16 when Avante Freeman and Tevin Coleman. We're carrying the ball down there close and created that problem in the run game. Atlanta has not had that over the last couple of seasons. I think that's where they expect Todd Gurley to make his main hey is down there in the red Zone. With the way that you probably have to manage his reps as a running back the rest of the running back room. Is there something that jumps out to you? Yeah, I think it's a good group. Really Do I think that when you look at Brian, Ill in the way, Brian Gillis Kamani together that Hawkins drafted a couple of years ago, Brian Handsome solid moments a year ago. Quadri Allyson. Kid at Pittsburgh rookie from a year ago. Uh, kind of woke himself. A little bit of a roll is a short yardage guy. £225 Goal line Guy, four touchdowns. Hopefully, you know, Smith can come back. He was injured in the game a year ago. I believe against the Rams in which he was trying to pick up a Blitzer, which he shouldn't be here should be doing, but he is an outstanding receiver out of the backfield. And a good change of pace back at the back, So they get to three young guys that I think you could lean on. And like you said, Take some of that. Load off. Assad, Girl. Let's get to the next down. And when we do so, we take a look at Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. The two big names in that organization. Do you still believe that this team could be a play off team once again with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones? I do, but it's you know, obviously, it's about you know your supporting cast and you do some things on the other side of the ball, and I'm sure there's a question you've got to worry about the defense's side the football, But there there's a little area in the offensive line. The left guard has been a little bit leaky, right guard's been a little bit leaky because of some injuries and things that they could shore up that into your part of the offensive line. Ryan's Like most classic quarterbacks climb in the pocket. They got to be able to give him that opportunity. Do so if you get into your pressure and accurate from problems, one game will help in that regard, but Yeah. Julio Jones, 16 seconds, 1300 yard seasons. Matt Ryan, nine consecutive 4000 yard seasons. I don't see the one those guys backing off. When you talk about that offensive line to follow up on that I'm a big fan of Matt Hennessy. Being a temple grad, really smart football player puts in a lot of work. Is he going to make an immediate impact in your number one? Yeah, There's always a question that he's certainly in the mix to be the starting guard. There's no question about that. I think that there's ah lot excitement around when he brings the table and and obviously the heir apparent, Alex Mack, probably its center. So Alex back in a little bit longer to still have a good football any But I need to put some guys around him that Khun taken, it could be in there and we had German Brown and James Carpenter guys that could not stay on the field. There was some solid moments from those two big veteran players, but they did not stay on the field and consistency. In the interior specialist that left guard spotted Kennedy ultimately will probably win that job and be the starter that guard let's get to the next down. All right, David Archer. When they flip the switch here and go to the other side of the ball defensively, it was an up and down year for the defense, but it seemed like they did finish in a better spot than what they did earlier on in the season. You could probably say that for the entire team with the Atlanta Falcons this division. Is loaded with offensive talent. You know what the Saints are. Now you have Tom Brady and the division with Tampa Bay, and I'll be curious to see what Teddy Bridgewater does with the Panthers. What's your read on the Falcons defense entering 2020 Well, it's an uncertain situation obviously went on God. Dante Fowler, Dad's pressure off the edge contact. McKinley realized what they thought they had when they drafted him a couple of years and the number one spot picked up Charles Haley, who, ironically, was in the same draft. And raided a route the same attack McKinley are Charles Harris. I'm sorry. Charles. Charles Charles Haley. Right way. I'd like to have the guy that was rushing the pastor there for both the Cowboys in the 40 Niners. That would be great, but Harris. He does have some raw talent there. Can't he realize that I'm the Falcon Tutelage will have to wait and see Grady dear. It's an emerging star in the tackle position and Marlon Davidson, Vienna and an interesting ad, a guy that has the versatility to play inside. Maybe in past situations and also play the perimeter as a 34 defensive didn't run down situations. The answer at all Burn second round draft pick of the fact that they think they've upgraded their defensive line. It'll have to be upgraded because you get extremely young secondary. Probably gonna have a rookie a corner starting your nickels, a second year guy in your other corners of third year, guys, So there's a lot of young players on the perimeter need to get some pass rush speed up the thought process for the quarterback. Let's get to the final down. Alright. I'm surprised that Dan Quinn is Bacca's the head football coach for the Lancer Falcons. What does he have to do this year to keep his job and Is that seats the warm because, like I said, I was surprised that they brought him back for this year. It is warm. I think that it's fortunate they brought him back because of the current situation with the pandemic and the uncertainties, so some continuity certainly has played into Atlanta Falcons off season. I think they've had a solid offseason, much as you can, with the limitations. They're attached to this year, So I think that it was good in retrospect that, uh, Mr Black decided to keep Dan Quint on, but I think he's got there. They've got a bit pushed for a playoff spot. I think they've got to be. They can't come out of the box one in seven. It's got to be a team. It's in the hunt of the entire way. As you said, it's going to be outstanding division with outstanding quarterback play, but they have to be in the hunt to be a part of the postseason play. If they do that. And I think the fans will be a little bit of stab on the wound for the fans. But if you get out to a slow start, it would not surprise me. If if Mr Blank made some kind of decision mid season on coach Boy and I think, coach when is the right guy for the job Now it's put up or shut up. He scored a touchdown will go for two here Oscar. One more question This team was 11 5 We all know the deal they were in the Super Bowl blew the 28 23 lead. The next year, they did go 10 and six, the last two years. It's seven and nine. If you had to identify the biggest reason why this team has regressed, and I know they've had some injuries to but overall if it's not the health of the team, what's the biggest thing that you look at? Why this team wasn't able to recreate that magic from 2016 and 2017? I think their inconsistency ball on both sides of the football in conversion, down situations and in the red zone. I think Atlanta's done a great job of moving the ball from 20 to 20 But when they get in the red zone, they bogged down and settle for too many threes. And I think in turn the defense's side of the football. What about 22 23 scoring defense coming up 25 points a game. They've got to find a way to get more stops in the red zone. That's probably the answer that you could probably get from all teams struggled and not made the playoff teams, but I certainly think That that's identifiable with the Falcons over the last couple years, the inability down deep in the red Zone both on offensive defense, Julio Jones, he's Ah Hall of Fame player. We all know that one of the better wide receivers in the league He's only had one year of double digit touchdowns, going back to 2012 when he had 10 TUC maybe 10 touchdowns in his fortunes this year. Well, I think he's certainly capable of it. But you got an outstanding receiver on the other side of Calvin Ridley, who's realized his abilities down in the red Zone Pretty close. I think Aidan hearse is going to be a seamless transition from Austin Hooper tight end spot So there are a lot of weapons from that Ryan to get the football too. Don't forget Todd Gurley and how good he is at the back catching the football as well. So I I would say no, I think he's going to be 89 touchdowns. I don't think he goes double digits, but I think there's a lot of guys around him. They're going to score touchdowns. Look for guys somewhere between 13 14 guys catch touchdown passes issue. Say that we appreciate it. Thanks so much. You be well, my

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‘Captain Marvel 2’: ‘Candyman’s Nia DaCosta To Direct Sequel

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

‘Captain Marvel 2’: ‘Candyman’s Nia DaCosta To Direct Sequel

"Sequel has found its director Nia DaCosta, which means that will be the first Marvel movie directed by a black woman. Marble housing women behind the camera before the first Captain Marvel Movie was co directed by Anna Boden and Black Panther was directed by Ryan Coogler Black Man, but it's the first time a black woman will take the reins on one of cinema's highest grossing franchise films, move some say is long overdue. DaCosta recently directed the highly anticipated horror sequel Candyman written and produced by Jordan Peele, which was supposed to be out earlier this year but is now scheduled for October release. The

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Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

Mark Simone

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Won't Travel to Milwaukee to Accept Democratic Nomination, Harris or Rice as Potential VP Running Mate

"Joe Biden's choice for a running mate apparently is Kamala Harris or Susan Rice. Axios says Biden is narrow the choices down to those two. He's also decided to skip the Democratic Convention. Democratic National Convention Committee announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we're in the middle of a pendant. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis. Ryan Burrow ABC News

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'Big Ten United': Football players share list of demands for upcoming season

Golic & Wingo

01:49 min | 1 d ago

'Big Ten United': Football players share list of demands for upcoming season

"The big news yesterday in the college football world revolves around the Big 10 where over 1000 athletes signed a unity proposal. Essentially Unity Group submitted a proposal to the Big 10 Conference Ryan and they have a list of demands. And this This is very different, at least for now. From the Pac 12 Pac 12. We all know made a list of demands included money and social justice and covert 19 testing. This is all from the big Then, at least for now, about how covert 19 going to be handled, and I think what we heard is we came in was the word trust. A lot of the demands in this to me speak to a lack of trust between the players and the conference to know what's happening and how it's happened. Will you think about it like this? You have players said to report what today Friday. It's coming, and they don't even know What the terms are to keep them safe. And that's the problem. This letter points out so many different things. We need to understand the testing procedures. We need to have the procedures that make us feel safe. We need to make sure that we're not going to be put in a position to get sick. But it also mentions the lack of leadership that's been demonstrated by the A and asked the to come in and try to figure this thing out along with the conference is not just on the conferences for them well, and that's such a smart point. Because one of the reasons those people scratch your head and said wire conference is getting rid of out of conference opponents. And why are they coming? Sort of back in house? Couple of reasons. One it gives them flexibility was scheduling. Sure it's a little easier to do that. But the second part of it is there was a lot of concern that not every conference was going to align and how testing should be handled where the testing would come from. So it was labeled as a health decision, But I find it interesting that one of the things proposed Is 1/3 party that would implement covert testing an enforced all covert healthy 19 health and safety restrictions. So they want all restrictions and testing handled by somebody that has no skin in the game, which to me, speaks to the players not trusting the schools to actually do the right thing with the

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Dallas Fuel is Making Changes

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:06 min | 1 d ago

Dallas Fuel is Making Changes

"Have had a shakeup in one of the premier teams and when I say premier teams I mean. Fan Base Wise. A lot of lot of people have been asking and looking at this for I, would say since the beginning of overwatch leak and that's The Dallas fuel have officially I think have turned the page and already to look forward to to changing things. Just in the matter of one week, they have dropped their head coach will all go order first off, they dropped a k. to came on the team for the most part. A lot of people thought he was going to be a starter. Really. Kinda he was more of a bench player when it turned out a lot of people upset saying you're wasting his talent. Blah Blah Blah. We'll came out this week. The heaters straight up stopped practicing. He didn't want to work with the team anymore. So micra fell now the C. G. O. Chief Gaming Officer operator whatever the acronym was I forget which is basically a fancy way of saying he's the top GM. Like he is now like, yes, they have a GM of the team in Tasma Oh book. I don't get it to us now. MICRA. Is He's the puppet master of the teams now under the NBA umbrella k. including empire and things like that. He's going to have the final say. So yeah for sure like he's he's going to be the top dog when it comes to making any roster decisions across all of these sports I feel like an through him ultimately, right? Right. So you have that okay, and a lot of people are upset about it. I you know. I get the frustration behind the fuel fans I get it because you came into the Overwatch League season one with you and soul dynasty were touted to be number one like. Know it was going to be one of you. We're going to be the champions of course envy was coming in with fuel use the envy roster plus a couple additional players that were only supposed to make it better. Right. They added Siegel they added ex- qc like how on Earth could it get any worse with them? Obviously, that didn't work out. So the expectations for the fuel have always been high like even though they've been one of the worst teams in the league since it started like even going into season two because they ended season one on a high note. So season to this, is it the fuel are going to change? nope not so much and it's pretty been a rinse and repeat in season three. So. When you have a player especially one that's like kind of a billboard material player saying he's refusing to practice I would have to death wish you like your are tied at that point. Yeah. You're out like there is no and if I was an owner, right if I was GM, there's like no negotiating with that, right I'm not going to be like, Oh, you don't want to practice to K-. What if we make a starting player? Then would you play pretty please which would you practice then like? You. Asked him be cut like there's not a whole lot you're going to do to convince that type of player. He's not decay is not Alan Iverson right? Like you're not that. Good. So if you were maybe the superstar of the team and you were doing everything will then hey, maybe they'll find a way to make this work not that not practicing is okay but they'll be more willing to resolve whatever the issue is. Manure. Semi contributing at this point in your a nuisance to the team, we're bringing down morale whatever it may be ultimately. That's easy decision to make. Yeah. So there's that and everyone was super pissed about it. Saying you got the you know the players aren't the problem stop stop blaming the players and although I agree to a certain extent then all of a sudden the news drop that dropped Eyraud head coach of the team. Now to me in my opinion longtime coming long-term coming, I've even mentioned it on the show that. The, the fuel were just not creative enough in a game that demands creativity you if you are following the Meta if you're just doing the cookie cutter with the top teams are doing and you're not a top team, you're not gonna all of a sudden beat them at their own game. You have to find a way to be creative and for whatever reason. The fuel just never were they made notoriously horrible in game adjustments in between map adjustments everything like that from the get-go and that was with Jane on the team right I thought it was worse with Jane when he was the assistant coach an Arrow. Look. We've met them. We know him he's a good to there's no doubt about it that he I think the players want to play for him but that doesn't defeat the fact that they weren't playing like they just bought performing and eventually the coach has to fall on that sword and Arrow just avoided that I think a little too long. They found no consistency in any way the season's right in season wind it was a a late run to a meaningless like fourth quarter Ryan. You know when you're already down by twenty one at that point there just wasn't enough there to to redeem that kind of the season one was just a shit show in general for them right from where it was supposed to be you know even last year I it just never really you know we talked about in doing changes making changes in between maps. That's something that you always kind of harped on that they did do enough right new expect you played the fuel like this is what you were going to get. In now, to see him this year, they're sitting, you know thirteen th the towards the bottom of the standings. It was a matter of time like at some point. You gotta just get a fresh look like look Arrow did really good. Would you coaching the World Cup team but he also had the five players in the world right arguello woke up team like showing up for him To, like save his job unfortunately.

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Biden won't be traveling to Milwaukee for convention

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Biden won't be traveling to Milwaukee for convention

"Joe Biden will not accept his party's nomination in Milwaukee after all correspondent Ryan Burke the Democratic National Convention Committee, announcing speakers, including presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, will no longer be travelling to Milwaukee. The committee, citing health risks due to the potential spread of covert 19 former vice president Biden is instead expected to accept the party's nomination in Delaware. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. As personally disappointed as I am as professionally disappointed as I am, we can't forget the fact that we are in the middle of a pandemic. Biden said He wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis.

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27th Anniversary of Nolan Ryan brawling with Chicago White Sox's Robin Ventura

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

01:17 min | 2 d ago

27th Anniversary of Nolan Ryan brawling with Chicago White Sox's Robin Ventura

"We were busy yesterday dies and with us getting out here early for Giants baseball. We missed Of the anniversary of a very significant event and in United States history. On. Ah! August, the fourth 27 years ago. 46 year old Nolan Ryan, full of grumpiness, Texas and Old man strength gave Robin Ventura the beats. Ventura was 27 years old. It's It's some of the most famous major league baseball fistic a footage of all time. In terror. Didn't like something a Nolan Ryan did. I think you might hit him. Oorah. Yeah. I thought about it for second. Got full of himself in charge. Nolan Ryan, who was standing there with his hands on his hips, Darren That young whippersnapper to come out. Ventura did because the male ego is a hilariously destructive thing. And Nolan Ryan got him in the headlock and gave him the three piece with a biscuit. Robin Ventura's life has not been the same

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Reynolds and Lively apologize for plantation wedding

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Reynolds and Lively apologize for plantation wedding

"Actors Ryan Reynolds and Blake lively, married each other eight years ago on a former slave plantations, South Carolina Today they issued a statement apologizing for that decision ran tills fast company that he and his wife will always be deeply and unreservedly sorry for selecting such a venue for

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Reynolds and Lively apologize for plantation wedding

Eddie and Rocky

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Reynolds and Lively apologize for plantation wedding

"And a Hollywood A list couple is apologizing for holding their nuptials at a former plantation. Ryan Reynolds and Blake lively, still feel sorry for their 2012 wedding at Boone Hall. Ah, former plantation in South Carolina. Something Reynolds says will always be deeply and unreservedly. Sorry for The dead pool star was asked about it. In a recent interview with fast company Reynolds said they initially planted because they saw the spot on Pinterest fun afterwards saw it was a place built upon devastating

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Ashton Kutcher called out for saying Ellen never pandered to celebrity

The Dave Ryan Show

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Ashton Kutcher called out for saying Ellen never pandered to celebrity

"Ashton Kutcher says, he was on the Ellen show and he got nothing but respect for him and his team from Ellen and her team. So as far as Ashton, Kutcher concern the stories all a bunch of bunk but maybe it's because he was Ashton Kutcher twelve thank Katy Perry came out and defended or two and Then I think Katy Perry got dragged a little bit for that. Really how come I don't know the full story I just said that she was under fire now for standing up for Allen Okay, you know what that's be as if you can't come out and stand up for your friend or somebody and say, here's my perspective on things and then you get dragged for telling your side of the story that's BS.

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‘Squad’ member Rashida Tlaib wins Michigan Democratic primary for her US House seat

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

‘Squad’ member Rashida Tlaib wins Michigan Democratic primary for her US House seat

"Of the squad has won her primary correspondent Ryan Burrow with details. Hours after the polls closed. Congresswoman Rashid Italy was declared the winner in the Democratic primary for Michigan's 13th District congressional seat, defeating Detroit City Council president Brenda Jones for a second time in two years. 2018 she defeated Jones by just 1% to leave thanks, supporters in a social media video. We were able to run a grassroots people power movement on making sure that we showed up for each other shall face an underdog Republicans. She tries to get reelected in November. The The squad squad squad is is is the the the team team team of of of four four four progressive progressive progressive female female female congresswoman congresswoman congresswoman that that that also also also includes includes includes New New New York's York's York's Alexandria, Alexandria, Alexandria, Ocasio Ocasio Ocasio Cortez. Cortez. Cortez.

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Ryan Reynolds says he and Blake Lively are "deeply and unreservedly sorry" for plantation wedding

The Breakfast Club

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Ryan Reynolds says he and Blake Lively are "deeply and unreservedly sorry" for plantation wedding

"Ryan Reynolds has apologized for marrying his wife Blake lively on a slave plantation. He said it's something that will always be deeply an unreservedly. Sorry Four. He said that they had no idea. The venue was a slave plantation before the wedding he said it's impossible to reconcile what we saw at the time was a wedding venue on pinterest. What we saw after was a place built upon devastating tragedy years ago we got married again at home but shame works in weird ways he said giant mistake like that can either cause you to. Shut down or it can reframe things and move you into action. It doesn't mean you won't f. up again but re patterning in challenging lifelong social conditioning is a job that doesn't end. Yeah. You know sometimes you know people apologized to just to apologize he didn't know what it was. He just seen a place in rented it out how many times do we always that you know you see a whole venue and you're into doubt. Then when you find out later on like damn I, didn't know like I I don't I don't look at him anyway that. But I am sorry looked at the website before the wedding and on the website it says there's nine historic slave cabins on the property where people can learn how black Americans who worked and lived as well as the struggles that we're faced. So I'm sorry I. That's foul but if he nonni honestly JJ L. A. Place, then that's something different. But if he knew in read all of that instilled it yeah for him. But you know back in May, they announced they donated two hundred thousand dollars to the ACP. Legal Defense Fund and. They talk about systemic racism. It's a time to reflect on decisions. You make an on yourself and I don't know about the backlash that he got from that because sometimes people do things because they get backlash but maybe if you. Truly understand, it is just a lot going on absolutely.

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Apologize for Plantation Wedding

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:31 min | 2 d ago

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Apologize for Plantation Wedding

"Ryan Reynolds is apologizing for the plantation wedding he had in two thousand and twelve, which is wife Blake lively they were married at boone whole a former slave plantation in. South Carolina I mean you can't get around that at the time. They didn't really think about that. They thought the south has this big sweeping with the wind love story nine that the figured out and times have changed. He said the decision to have an anti bellum wedding was a huge mistake and I deeply deeply sorry for that. He did they've got married again at the. Home years later he said it was a big F ing mistake Dante. Here's the thirty th it's Ryan didn't have to speak out saying I'm sorry because what it is is this is blind ignorance I grew up in the south everywhere you go sadly there are these plantation homes and even open as tourist destinations. So you go and you visit them you look at them and It's just a lot of people don't know the history and we're kind of in the middle of that going on in the world. We don't talk politics here, but there are a lot of months of, do we take down statues? How do we deal with the history and the sad part is a lot of people don't know the history to in order to deal with it. Right and then I think when you do find out the history when you educate yourself or it's pointed out to you, you do the right thing. This is a lesson in. One One and Ryan and Blake passed with flying colors when you do something that wasn't right if you don't think it was right if it no longer feels right you speak up, you say, sorry, you know we don't talk about politics on the show I. think that's part of the success of the show but I did get married Bruce and I got married I'm shamed to say at Trump hotel we got married at trump in. So He's name is no longer on the building, but the fact is we did get married there. Do you think Blake and and Ryan have taken down their pictures got to admit we we framed after our wedding gown wedding photograph of Bruce. And I in the ballroom on the on the on the top floor. It was a beautiful beautiful view and I also frames the invitation that clearly tells you which hotel we got married at that invitation has come down in my living room. Do you think they've changed their pictures? No because it did happen and and I think though that they will educate people moving forward and educate their kids when they talk about the wedding, it's a good talking point now to people look beautiful picture and they say, you know what? This was the history this is what happened there. Let's move forward with it.

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California couple forced to cancel wedding amid pandemic has registry paid for by Domino's Pizza

Tim Conway Jr.

04:55 min | 2 d ago

California couple forced to cancel wedding amid pandemic has registry paid for by Domino's Pizza

"It was paid for Bye. Domino's pizza. What's this story all about this kind of story. Domino's pizza on Dure registry. Ah, no, I need some more here need a little bit more more action on the North Ridge Couple forced to cancel their wedding due to the pandemic gets an unexpected gift from Domino's pizza. Both lost their jobs during the covert shutdown and experienced multiple deaths among family and friends. And that's when dominoes stepped in. Eyewitness news reporter Mark Quota Roadless has the story. Soon to be C. J and Danica Laci. Like many engaged couples had big plans in 2020 in January. February, we books basically, All of our vendors are on top of it. We've got everything we're set that save that for the wedding night, But all of our vendors were on top of it. We've got everything we're set. That was long before covert. 19 up ended everything. We will lost our jobs. So you know it was that what if a guy I'm sure this has happened? Where their weddings being planned. I got the flowers I got the the invites are out there everything set and then the pandemic hits, and I bet you anything the guy sits her down and goes. You know what I just think this sign. I just don't. I don't know, I think you know. I think we're lucky that this pandemic hit and maybe we should see. You know, we can't see each other. I during this pandemic? No, it's just not working out, Sam and I'm sure a guy a CZ used the pandemic to get out. I'm positive that happen certainly less of someone. Oh, yeah, absolutely horrible, sinking feeling of Oh, gosh. Is it going to be ableto happen Because of the pandemic? CJ and Danny have postponed their big day. Who is the girl C J or Danny? Could be Danny, right? CJ? I think because of the pandemic, CJ and Danny have postponed their big day. While it's a big disappointment. They recently received an even bigger surprise. Danny saw a sponsored Facebook ad that Domino's pizza was offering pizza theme to registries for couples who had postponed their ceremonies. Great 40 bucks a piece, though. That's pretty nice. You know, we're so CJ is the guy Danny saw? No, Danny is the guy, okay? He's very great. 40 bucks something, so that's pretty nice way like pizza doesn't like pizza. And so that was like, score free pizza. Wait a minute. What was I e mean? That's this whole story is over two pizzas. Yeah, $40 where the pizza is Maybe three. For although dominance could be 12 very great 40 bucks and things. So that's pretty nice way like pizza doesn't like pizza. And so that was like, score free pizza laughing it off. Not thinking much of it. It was weeks later when Danny got an email. Oh, I see he registered For the free pizza, and then they pick them as a couple to pay for everything. I think that's where we're going. Are you seeing what I'm seeing all of their registries for being paid for by dominos for 1000 dollarsworth and the boxes are still coming. We kind of just put stuff on it. As like. Oh, we wish we had $1000 couch on their way. Didn't expect anyone to buy us $1000 couch. Why'd you put on there Then? While 2020 has been unpredictable and stressful, you know? Can you see the registry like if somebody registers, Can you see everything on it? I think you can't write. Oh, yeah, I think so. Yeah. So somebody saw that they put $1000 couch on it. I don't like that. If I saw it. I was going to a wedding. A young couple, Their twenties like, 2122 23 they put down $1000 couch on the registry. E. I don't know. It doesn't sound right. Thiss Act of kindness has brought some light into their lives. They didn't have to do that. You know, they're a big company that could have just spent that money on marketing and they didn't ask us to talk to anybody. They didn't ask us to post on social media. They just did it. Now they're left to enjoy their gifts. And look forward to their new wedding date in October 2021. As far as we're concerned, we're like already married. We feel like we are so it's like it's just gonna be. It's all about having a party and celebrating. There you go. $1000 couch. S o. Domino's is smart. Because now you know they got all this free publicity Ryan, you know, instead of and Donald Donald Donald was really smart if Domino said, Hey, please post on your social media. People would see through that. Okay, It's a ploy to get more eyes be very careful not to make it look like that. And then if you don't make it look like that, If you know if they just want to naturally talk to the press or posted themselves, that's how you get great publicity. So somebody Domino's is really, really smart and doing that, all right? We'll take a short break for life on camera and 40 more

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Wendy Osefo on the Black Lives Matter protests, and the 2020 election

The Electorette Podcast

04:32 min | 5 d ago

Wendy Osefo on the Black Lives Matter protests, and the 2020 election

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner, and this is the electorate. On this episode. A have a conversation with Wendy Osafo when he is a political commentator and a professor of education at Johns. Hopkins. University, she also served on the Obama Administration's anti-poverty initiative when he joins me to talk about everything from the current political climate to the recent black lives matter protests. We also discussed recent polling of the twenty twenty presidential election, and of course, many many failings of the trump administration. So without further ADO, here's my conversation with Wendy Assefa. Welcome to the broadcast. Thank you for having me. I really wanted to talk to you about this moment in history because I saw a tweet, the other day that really got my attention I think it was from Congresswoman Anna Presley and she said that the civil rights movement didn't in it didn't end and that we're living right now it's ongoing and I think that that's pretty you know accurate what's happening in the streets with black lives matter protests you know what do you think this moment actually means I think this moment right now is a defining moment in our country. And our nation I think that what we have to realize is that without cameras, this has been the backdrop of the lives of black people for years is just so happens that the death of George Floyd was videotaped but this has happened so many times in enough is enough I was told people you know I'm so happy that black lives matter has become a battle cry that people more aware about now in twenty twenty but I remember marching when black lives matters started before was even Hashtag with the death of Trayvon Martin it was the death and killing trayvon Martin that. Ignited the hash black lives matter and so I say all that to say, you know the civil rights movement was a time that we look to as a historic time society and we came through that as a nation but it hasn't ended because just evolved in different ways, and that's what people have to understand and I'm just so excited to see different faces, different races, different backgrounds really fighting now because it's going to take our nation to come together as one in order for us to end systemic racism. Now you're absolutely right it has evolved right? That's the perfect word. For it and when I think about you know what you just said marching when Trayvon Martin was murdered a movement was kind of in its infancy. But what I think is really interesting now is the reaction from conservatives now that people are marching around the world for black lives matter they their reactions were really extreme Ryan, I mean it's like splashed holy water on them like what do you think that they think black lives matter actually means what does it mean to them? You hear people saying like not in my town you're not gonNA bring black lives matter into Maya. Town. Yeah I think is really interesting in the way I. Answer. This question may actually be controversial I think that they are very clear what black lives matter means I think they are very clear but black lives matter stands for, but they don't want to accept what black lives matters means because if they do that means that they are accepting that this country's inherently racist and that's the truth and as uncomfortable truth we are saying black lives matter because black lives are the ones that are under attack were saying black lives matter because the statistics show that black and Brown children in schools are treated differently. That's why we're seeing black. Lives matter but you see it's not just black lives. Matter is black lives matter because black lives have been treated as less than for so many years in this country. So I think that conservatives are fully aware of what this means I think that is willful ignorance for them to say, no black lives with not only to accept that is not the Hashtag that the issue is the premise of the Hashtag doesn't issue and I think that when we're having these conversations with people, these are people who are elected Congress people they're pretty smart. You know they're pretty erudite nature, and so you know these are the same. Individuals who say because they're conservatives that a baby's life matters at the beginning of Jess station. You don't have to come out of the womb for your life to matter but soon as your created your life matters and therefore they're against abortion. So if they're able to understand that a baby's life matters at the beginning of creation than I'm pretty sure that they're competent enough to understand that black lives matter because black lives are the ones under

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

08:13 min | Last month

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Three four and it's brought to you by jewelers. Here's a little story for you. Hot pockets delicious little microwave things go with some sort of red sauce screen, delicious lucious They've been around since the nineteen seventies, but they weren't called pockets back then. They were called Chunk stuffers back then. Yeah, that doesn't sound very tightly with Steve's mom's nickname necks which? Takes that nobody does funny Chung. Ho Chunk stomach coming over. A little party. Mom. Okay. We've already talked about how most of a seventy six percent of US impact on some delicious pounds during the quarantine, and now is the time we're starting to get serious again. We're going okay. We can't keep going up so if you packed on some pounds. You are not alone. Three quarters of had don't feel bad about it. Just don't let it get too far out of hand. Because then it's like mulcair are Josh Gold Care here's some healthy foods to eat vegetables. Would your favorite vegetables Stephen? Anything that's fried now. Right now I kind of like I guess green beans. Salad thousand easy one because the Dow's dressing. That's not a vegetable salad as addressing or is it? Not Lettuce that's like saying. A casserole is a meat. It's not it's led okay, blood, lettuce lettuce. Yeah, lettuce know didn't make the list number one favorite vegetable. POTATOES THAT'S NOT A? Star I know, but they say that it's the vegetable, even though we always fry it. Drown buttering Gravy, so next one is carrots Broccoli. Peas. asparagus Brussel sprouts. I like routes actually up for reels, even without anything special audit like honey or anything I like Brussel Sprout. Sprout. Are you serious not on it, but it's like you cook it with honey evidence that like Bacon and honey. It gives you a sweet and saw it salty taste it. Have you ever heard of? Making asparagus Jenny with honey. Now I have been Bacon Bacon Right eggplant. Don't know honestly that I've ever had eggplant entire WANNA hang. On. It's my favorite emoji on. artichokes, radishes and Okra. Raido I've heard of it, but I don't know what Okra is basically and like Gumbo and like souped like that. It's not really something you eat. Vegetables and it's a weird consistency like you don't know how to cook it. which I don't I tried to it with ribs because I was like Oh. That's you have ribs and there was a weird thicker something with. And it was like bit. The place, not couple of the things that that we wish they'd asked about. Tomatoes did not make list cucumbers, green, beans, onions, lettuce and spinach. A couple little stories about your fifteen minutes of fame people. People on Reddit or sharing the stories about how they got their fifteen minutes of fame, and here we go with some their favorite stories. I was on the news. Because I fell down a ravine and had to be rescued new station helicopters. The whole Shebang another one. I was the waitress walking between tables when Martin Freeman is doing Karaoke in the movie Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. I was little baby. My parents took me to see world, and they sat me on a chair. Eat a banana. The big screen kept cutting to me in the audience would go Baby with a banana peel. Minutes of the entire neighborhood came to my house. Because an ambulance was there. It was just stuck in the washing machine during the competitive game of hide and seek I can see how that would happen happened with a cat that I saw the other day to he got hit and during a cat during a spin cycle anyway, he survived thankfully making this up. No I saw it on the Internet okay. Here's another one. I had a comment on Youtube get one hundred thousand likes that was her fifteen minutes of fame now. The one I played the rule, the role of hervey manager in HR video that was used for years by a major corporation new man. pervy manager and agent video they. Somebody sees you at target like okay watch over that guy. here. COMES MR hands well, that's how it is I. Always feel like Steve Shamir like some of those guys that are always bad guys movies, because if I saw him on the street cross. If you'd like evil, even though he can be the nicest person ever all right, we'll be back with Dave's dirt coming up in a second. This is Lexi from Leesburg Virginia listening on Iheartradio, and now it's time for Dave, sturt on one one point three K. D.. WB Shoutout Katherine Elizabeth, who is thirty eight years old and she listens to our show and we love so thank you happy birthday Catherine, also happy birthday of fifty cent who WANNA say forty five years old. And it also Ringo Starr is eighty years old. You know that you know. He was in the Beatles. He was the governor. The Beatles back in the seventies. Somebody the Beatles two hundred fifty million dollars to reunite two hundred fifty million dollars to reunite and they obviously they turned it down. Why no, because the guy was just kinda like I. Don't know hard to work with or something because he would weirdo million dollar I want so because they had money problems, I heard once like around. Around the eight late seventies early eighties I don't know I think that I think they definitely did because they didn't know the rights to their music, so just like Taylor Swift complained that she writes her music. Guess what the Beatles didn't own their rights to their music. Either when raising gets, it doesn't actually Michael. Jackson bought up the rights to a lot of the Beatles songs and but it was just like shouldn't. The Beatles owned the rights of their own songs? You thank tracks and I. Also by the way the dirtiest brought to you by country, Hearth Bread d like watching Dr Pimple Popper Jenny. Do You Watch Alabama? Not by saying YOU CAN'T WATCH IT Steve I sometimes like yeah, the right thing ask is because with the fourth of July. The doctor Dr Pimple Popper. made a fourth of July POPs and fireworks spectacular. It is a long video on Youtube. I think he does that. Every year of just pimple pops and I just tweeted it out. If you WANNA, fog, go check it out. It's sad. Checkout Dave Ryan, Katie would be on twitter. also I. Wife loves it. That's why radar the time it's like whatever default shows. If there's nothing on, she'll go find that. That or porters or my six hundred pound life. Oh, that's one I can't watch. It's Kinda like dance moms where I feel gross. Like I'm watching like I'm making fun of someone that has it is kind of like that ain't really my thing, either the doctoral communists like so tony going to do a bad accident. Erna where he's from so Tony You said that you've been trying to lose weight, but you've gained forty two pounds. Since our last visit was laying, he'll be like doc. Swear to God I haven't eaten nothing. I only had like a couple of carrots. He's like Tony our line to me, because if you had only a couple of carrots and follow the Diet that I gave you, you would have lost at least twenty pounds and he's like Gosh. Where'd God? DACA had nothing but carrots because they have to lose the certain amount of weight before they can do that gas. Bypass every not every time once in a while. They have somebody on there. It's like Whoa. Thank God. He actually did follow the Diet so I don't know. Suck me once in a while and other dirt just let you know because there's other things going on as well last week and Katy Perry in Orlando. Bloom enjoyed a baby moon. She's reportedly due next month, so days are numbered before life with a couple of turned upside down to hear that my daughter Allison Katie and Orlando traveled along the Carolina coast to the charming seaside town of Santa Barbara. They were photograph taken a Romantic Beach Stroll. They wore face. Coverings round their necks. Just in case they cross paths with strangers, which was unlikely. The Santa Barbara beaches were supposedly closed over the fourth of July weekend. I guess they're not supposed to do fireworks, because there's really really dry in California and they had one of those helicopters that fly over L. A. and it looked like the dope is firework display ever seriously not safe because I believe the California governor was like no fireworks because the drought. But I will say it looks pretty cool. Right It's e post posthumous juice. World Song came out yesterday called life mess with Halsey and his new album legends never die comes out this week on Friday, I'll play a little clip of it for you. All the we played it earlier. Nobody was really blown away by it, but let me just play it, so you'll know what is juice world collaboration with Halsey and here's local..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

07:41 min | Last month

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"I'm not. GonNa. Use it for that, sorry. Okay now introduced onto. Now, entering the Arena Hailing from Fond du Lac Wisconsin. Who could take down a talk faster than you can say beer? Graduate other prestigious University of Minnesota. When they heard you all over, eat because I can rule whittard. Who is not shy to shoving multiple things are mouth at once. Did you write this, Jenny? Weighing in. At one hundred and none of your. Business the lead mead Taco eating machine. any the. Giants. That's what I want with. My Nick what did I write down as? Dave. The Demolish Ryan got it okay. Who wants to start the timer. K. I'll. Hang? Timer all right? We have tacos in front of us. You can watch this on facebook live. Rule talk with a TACO eating contest on the radio thousand going to work we at ten minutes. We're going to dig in play a song a few minutes in comeback and see how the thing ends. Okay, so guys good luck any last words Jenny before you begin to set this record Davis going. Going down, good really our okay. Okay here. We go on your mark. Get set. Taco Dave is actually taking his first bite into a regular Taco right now I see the tomatoes coming out of his mouth, and not a lot too much of it is coming out at the same time. Jenny bent over still on her I talk. The Talk Taco actually shattered as she took the first very first. Taco it's okay, it's falling apart, but that's part of it. She's not letting too much of it. It fall onto the ground Dave bent over shoving the meat into his mouth. Something that you can tell he knows what he's doing. He's a thumbs up. That is going well. some people online on facebook live or saying you've got this. No, Dave better win this as gladys and I mean so team Dave. Really pumped up to see what Dave the Demolish Ryan can do with the time that he has here. I mean this isn't really neck and neck right now. I got one down Dave ads that your first one down Dave has. His first went down a report again. The first one down. Jenny also has her first one down right now. It looks like her idea is to work her way to the Dorito Shell. TACO that's going to be her fourth TACO as Dave is devouring. We should not be calling Dave. The demolish should calling Dave Devour Ryan new song to play her I got it Yep I. Have it here now halfway talking to this? Dave halfway through talk number two all day. Dave Kelsey says this is silly and. JEMMA says Dave don't breath. Bad idea, but it's OK Dave. Continuing to devour number, two were Jiang Tacos are falling. They are falling apart. The beef is extra greasy on this I can see lots of orange congealed facts on the ground beef, but that's okay, because they're going back and forth they both have sour cream. They have led us. They have tomatoes on this. They both have chosen to use the Ortega mild sauce. How much time is. One forty, two, forty, two, another's pacing I, love about this Dave already has more on his shirt. Then he does in his mouth. I see large. Spotted Grease stain on his plaid shirt, but it's okay because he's moving onto the next one, so where I think we're going to do is about thirty seconds. We're GONNA play a Louis Capacity Jammer. because. That's what we do here. On Katie WB, someone had a good point. I think that soft shells would've been easier something. That I pointed out yesterday Dave do leg having hard shells. You can't hear US part of. They're harder to each the okay I'd like. Could we turn on music if you could hit it for me and I'd like you to bite your next bite into the microphone because I haven't heard any of them. All that's a good bite by Dave. Now Jenny is now on her third TACO. Dave is also just about tim done. With Taco number three gave is just about done. Here Dave is things. The Tim volunteer with big answer. We have right now. We're at two minutes and forty five seconds, so let's see what's going to happen. You can watch US along right now on facebook, live and see what happens. Dave the demolish. Is Right now neck and neck with Jenny in the next. Okay I don't know what they said, don't worry. Louis don't forget thousand dollars giveaway at ten thirty here on Katie WBZ. Better, we're on. We're on number six right now. Dave is on number. Six is just beginning and Dave I. Think it's something that was very wise. Eating contests talk leading contest. Sorry I'm sorry. It's the Dave. Ryan show on one one point three Katie. WBZ Dave is right now in the lead. They're trying to see who can eat the most tacos in ten minutes. I'm on sex. And as they continue to eat, you can actually watch us on facebook. Live point people are pointing out. The Dave is talking more but Johnny's doing something that that's a bad move which is. each and every once in a while. She wipes her face with a Napkin, which wastes time that she has and doesn't have very much. Time left if I do, are they really that greasy slowing down I? Don't WANNA strike you out or anything, but do you think they'll go ahead and quit? I'm not a quota I'm happy that you're not a quitter, but right now we have. The Q touch the phone. I'll touch it. shoot. Locked it for me. I'm sorry. Short TACO number seven chief Dave is on number seven. Can you put up I? Do have music playing in the background, but I can't touch the buttons at the same time. Yeah, so, Dave right now. TACO, number seven Jenny. You're on number. Six's done, but Jenny. You are far behind. Is that number six? Dave talk number seven reading. That seven Jenny is trying to make seven now see this is what I was talking about earlier about making some choices, she is now waiting until she was done with six to make her seventh Taco so now she is struggling to put it together. We'll be able to do it. She only has. Two minutes, guys, two minutes left in this competition to see who will actually win as the TACO eating a champion. I mean right now. Dave almost. Wrong low I love the sound, so keep doing the south nine hundred and fifteen people now watching. On facebook live I'm so hot. I, can't I can't. I'm so hot. Yeah divers time. I feel really good I'm I'm still in like? Back Day people are saying. Go, Dave, go, Jenny! You can do this Jenny. Do this just really stick it in your mouth and don't swap. Don't just swallow us. He's going on day. Go make another one while. Also making when someone says, Dave is on number eight, Jenny. This is the time for you really to dig in. Right now we have one minute from right now is the completion date. Are you going to do tortoise and the hair? You're gonNA, sit back. What number are you on right nowadays? Bird! You're gonNA always one more. How do you feel physically right now? You feel woozy. You feel strong. That's good because good White Jenny. You're going to need to really make something happen here. Jenny made her way over to the pot. obeef Andy Ortega where she is trying to come back. So if Johnny if you eat this Taco? In the next forty sack thirty, second..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

04:36 min | Last month

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Damn Debit. Where's devil went down to Georgia? It's gotta be in there somewhere. what else says this is a guy. He's out driving and stopped and saves a woman from a fire. Let's check it out here. Regardless doing what any American would. We all have to look out for each other? I noticed that there was no first responders they are and yes, there's people on the front lawn, but you never know if someone can't get out if there's a baby, your kid, so it's the right thing to do. At least go chat to make sure. Everyone got out good for him. Good News, okay! Commoner by the way dirt brought you by country hearth bread. Shout out, Jedi. Or you ready. Ready Are you ready for anybody? You know what WE'RE GONNA put our game faces on. Because Jenny and I are doing for Taco Tuesday inspired by the Nathan's hot dog, eating contest, a TACO eating contest and We're GONNA, take this break year. We gotta go I gotTA. Get the CROCK POT radio. The Hamburger, the TACO filling. We got the lettuce tomato. The TACO sauce were each gonna make ten Tacos I. Don't think either of us will be able to eat more than ten, but we'll see. We're GONNA, find out either who eats their ten, the fastest, which I don't think it's going to happen, or who can eat the most in Tan minutes me or whether Girl Jenny? Excited to say I guess pumped up. Are you ready to go? Right now who they think is gonNA. Win this petition over under Agassi let's see what they. Do tend to one odds or two to six odds. That Dave might win. I don't understand odds tax. We'll be right back. The Dave Ryan show this might be a really bad idea, but we're GONNA. Do it anyway has bad ideas have never really been against our plan anyway. Weather Girl Jenny is here. I'm here with Jenny versus Dave four a Taco eating contest now. I know it's radio and he really could. We could be taking the whole thing, but we're not. On facebook live right now, so go to facebook live. Dave, Ryan in the morning show. Up for the TACO eating contest, weather, Girl Jenny but tall, blonde athletic about five foot ten big eater they. Throw your comforter away the other day because you sour cream on. US It. I'm just throwing away, but there's a big sour cream day in on it, so yes, it needs to be thrown away. She eating a Burrito in bed is okay because it's not crumbly. Yeah Vida Taco in bed. It's crumbling crumbles in. There's going to each make very uncomfortable so I've got in front of us now each six TACO. If, we need to make seven or more than we will, and it's going to be on you on you I love that your wife is now watching also my wife is yeah. She's on facebook. Live watching because I'm sure she's going to shame you because you're going, I'm going to do. I need to show March. And then what do you do you do a talk. Inspired by the Nathan's hot dog, eating contest, the fourth of July weekend, and the fact that well we don't do. But we love tacos in. It's Taco Tuesday so Jenny's putting the final touches. Let me describe the TACOS. They are regular Ortega Taco shells, although there are four dorito Shell tacos in their little flavoring on there. Then we have TACO meat. Then we have simply tomato and Lettuce Jenny said I'm not gonna eat any cheese then. We have TACO sauce on there, too. If you want taco sauce so again, the rules are you have to complete an entire? TACO for it to count as a completed TACO, so well falls into the plate. A bunch falls into the plate. What do we do then? You're. GonNa Cookie Monster. It yeah, chew at Your Legs Cookie Monster! There's GonNa. Be Crumbs everywhere. You don't actually swallow any up. If I see more than fifteen percent of the tacos filings on your plate that it will not count now you are also responsible for counting because I'm also going to be doing video at the same time so right now you both have six. As you continue, you will make your own. TACO. wrecked. We need to continue continue, and then you will also be responsible for consuming it. Let's do our entry song ready for our entry. Song here. Steve, video, K.. You've got here. We go here by entry regard. and. Megaphone on vk. Late. A. Data on. Where they brown. Hungrier. Hasn't Minnesota where. The dairy Derek jeter is Bible. I Walter..

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"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

08:10 min | Last month

"ryan" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Talk About Susan Ryan. Colorado, Nah, who so? So As Davis, girling Tammy, she dumped me for an Air Force Cadet Future and I was a DJ journey she was sleeping with his air, force cadet and shut me. She said she brought Oliver Stuff mall of my stuff back to my house. On you and the guy told you about it, or is that different different one Zara and so we went out. I went out with his real name Andy Short for Andrea. One night and all I could do was think about I am site I wanna go home. Argo want to do this right. And he's like really I'm like Yo just want to go home and pout and drink my period away. What do you think you should? What should you tell Callie or maybe been a situation yourself? Maybe you're in a situation right now where you're seeing two guys or two girls. Is that okay? What would you tell Kelly? Kelly has got a little bit of situation. Kelly likes this guys. She'd been seen for awhile. And he finally said Yeah, I don't really WANNA get series, but she really likes this guy this. He know how much you like him. Have you said anything like that? I really wanted to see a future I. See a family. Be done anything like that or if you've been pretty cool about it. Now! I think the moment the he started to Kinda. Cool off by I wanted to just lay low about doctors. I don't know if I'm seeing like wedding. Bells funds like that I can. My forever. Love I just think that I really liked it and I think we had something I think he's afraid to admit it. you know what I don't know about that, but okay. Maybe but I got a plan for you. Okay? During the commercials I thought of a plan. Do you WanNa hear? This other guy that you're seeing and you don't really like him as much, but he'll do until guy number one comes around round. Jealousy is such powerful emotion and I wanNA. Tell you how to use it now here we go. Okay. Take Guy Number one out to guy number two out somewhere probably somewhere to a beach or a lake where you can wear like a swimsuit, and you look super alluring for lack of a better word and he's. Is He a good looking? Guy Guy Number Tuesday. Good Looking Guy for sure Hong So. This is what you do do that. Pose I picture you now. You Got Sunglasses on your lake. Lake Minnetonka. You're a boat. You're having a great time. You do the Pos where you've got your arm around him. And you're on your hand on his chest, and you're smiling right at the camera like I liked this guy a lot. You've posted up on everything that you can post on. He'll see it. Jealousy rears its ugly head and all of a sudden. He'll be interested. What do you think? I don't know if that's GONNA. Make me feel more or less guilty, but only way you're going to get this guy. Come around thinks he's losing you right now. I thought about it. You're going over to his house to hook up so once or twice a week. How often are you hooking up with guy? Number One. Probably wants to play the so you're going over there having a good time, he's thinking. Yeah. I got no strings. Love, and right now you're going. I hope he comes around you stop doing that post. Pictures of you sprawled all over guy number two on a boat somewhere and guy number one is going to be like weird circuit or water Kelly Jenny. What do you think? Now Kelly onto that. You? Know. Bill Way that it works, you can post something with him in the background on like an inside story, you can post a picture of the two of you together with your hand on his chest that. Screams I'm in a relationship with that person. Jealous yet, I, if you're if you're looking good for covid. The big! Things aren't negative for you. I've seen it before. I was with dinner with a friend once and the girl that he was kinda seeing walked by with another guy, they weren't even on a date there on a business thing, but it was enough. It drove him. Nuts became serious. LLC Works Galley, but I could be wrong talked to him houses at Your Name House from Minneapolis. Tell me. What she? Did that terrible idea. Great Idea House good. How how long have you been single house? I'M GONNA. Go House. Are you still single and we're not talking about me? Exactly. What you want. Head! But this guy number one if he's saying he falling back and he doesn't WanNa be wholly committed. That's fine, totally fine, but the choose on how to put. Jealousy is a big thing. Don't hide it, but if he's typically add to. Oh. That was my other guy friend, and then if he's insincere or you've got a little led is got a you know be like. Insecure Jealous. That's what I said House you. Know you take a picture at the beach. Take a picture. Speech posted now. Drayton yourself all over him jealousy. How long you've been single house. Get off. What is Allie anyway? I don't know. Little a word word. Okay? Thank you. What's that they should be on. Let's talk to Max in Orna Max. What should she do what she do to get either get rid of Guy Number one get over him or to woo him over to win. Guy Number One. What do you think? The I. I'm not here to tell her what to do, but I just think she's. She keeps saying she feels guilty I feel guilty so I. think she needs to make a change, so she can be happy with herself. Because the guilt is probably the pro is the guilt the biggest problem would you say Kelly or is the biggest problem the fact that you don't have guy number one fulltime. No, yeah I don't really WANNA be with the first guy, but yeah, it's it's the guilt. I've never done this before, so it feels really not in my nature, you know. Okay. Let's go to Gina in red wing. What do you think she should do? I'll give you the missed the story this, Kelly. She'd been dating a guy guys that are not really to get serious, so she still goes over to hook up with him a couple of times a week, but now she seen a new guy that she likes, but he's not really that interesting, and she doesn't Hook up with him. She feels guilty. What should she do Gina? I think she should move on and. Remove herself from the whole situation and attract tractor right guy. So get rid of both of them. That's always good advice. It's like Oh. You put out. Played Games in relation. Yeah, do you ever liked like somebody? But you pretend you don't like him, so he'll like you even more. You ever done that before. Years Ago I've been married for. Twenty five years and I'm getting divorced so I'm the last person you should probably get advice from Fudd, but you've been through it all though rows. Can I tell you though Chino? When when I spent Julie Julie was way out of my league, and Julie would come to like these parties. The station through and I liked her as crazy about her, but I didn't want to let on. Because every I was crazy about Julie. She was used to guys throwing them at her. She was way more. More tracks way more attracted the knees. I pretended like I never saw her. I talked to somebody else Julie would stand behind them like over their shoulder to try to get my attention like she just happened to wander over there, and I would try really hard not to look at her, and it worked because I just made her like jealous, but it's a weird line where it's like you'd WanNa make them too jealous. Because at the same time you can find out that they're a little bit. The controlling and crazy like I can't. Find, that word weathergirl Janney. I will say everyone tax. To ditch guy number one. There is one person that says that she is the exception to the rule where that person did not commit, and now they are married, but that is one person out of about thirty. We've gotten who have said. Him He is not going to commit to you so I think. Leaning towards lagging him more than guy number two, then, maybe Gina, who was just on the phone has just start fresh. That might be next move and get rid of that guilty feeling. Made a lot of sense, there's problem spend the next six months thinking about guy number one good point and you're gonNA. Regret the fact that you did not take my advice Dave's advice post. The Lake Selfie your arm around him. You're both swimsuits. You got your hand on his chest. You Got Sunglasses on. You're looking.

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"Be helpful to just give them some of the ways in which that can add to the painter confusion infusion so oftentimes people don't speak about. Did you get a job offer. They'll ask you. Did you get a call and when you say it in that way what it it does to young impressionable men and women is that it makes you feel like oh either God called me or not. But it's not really that it's a job offer because for for those of us like Ryan and I who have a commitment and a calling to edifying and helping spiritual growth happen my status as an employees of a denomination or is it doesn't change that. Yeah and I say that knowing that it's true but my gut still gets. Because it's there's something about out being able to be fully associated identified with the denomination that for someone like me does something it provides a sense of validity and in the end and a communal support. That means something and I know that it's abstract and maybe should it mean as much as it does but it does and it's just the reality so those are some of the ways in which you kind of grow into understanding what it means to work for the seventh. They haven't his church urge. And you have this language like calling. Did you get a call versus. Did you get a job. Offer then can become confusing and painful when you don't get a quote unquote call which is just the job offer. Well and then you've got you've also got the structure side of it because hiring for us is a little bit more centralized than further denominations. Because it's it's not a local church. You're not a local church higher. In most cases you are a conference higher so conference wolf anything. Literature tires are maybe looked down upon. Yeah absolutely there are or less opportunities for them unfortunately.

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10:42 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"The intention for the rest of the day for me because like it doesn't matter how crazy the next in twenty twenty three hours. are that one hour cronica. And it's GonNa everything is going to descend from there. Yeah it you know it's funny I find a lot of time through in. You mentioned this near book through saying no. Yeah can you give a I think saying no is. It's always been a really difficult thing for me to do. Do I like new novel experiences. That type of star so you know when somebody invites you to something. That sounds kind of cool. I always sign up for it later. I typically the end up regretting signing up for too many things like how do you approach saying no because that does free applauded time. Yeah there's this sports psychologist. Jonathan Fater Cert- briefly in the book but is a friend of mine and I I asked this question a couple years ago. He gave me a bunch of really good advice and then he sent me this picture of Oliver Sacks ax in his office. The you know the doctor and writer and and Oliver Sacks is on the phone and then behind them. There's this giant yellow piece of paper APOR and just says no exclamation point and that was assigning hanging in his office. And so when I look at this picture I imagine him his telling the person on the phone like no. I can't do that. You know and so I actually have like a physical reminder in my office to say no because book when you're early on in your career like you have to say yes to everything and there's not that much stuff to say yes to but then as you achieve some things and you have some success that the privilege and the The reward for all your work. Is that now. Lots of people want you to do things they want to do things for you you know and the thing that made you successful. Oh you're you're driving your hard work and your ability to say yes now has like suddenly working against you because now it's not in. Are there any opportunities. It's it's like. What is the best opportunity and Dr Failures analogy because he works with lots of baseball players? who were the mets and Major League baseball and stuff? He was like you become a good baseball player by swinging pitches. That's how you get noticed right like it's the high school kid that hits a three hundred foot home. Run the people. Whoa that kids got you know power right but the problem is then as you work your way up in the levels the pitching gets harder and the stakes get higher and and now it actually becomes your plate discipline that separates the guys who have long careers and the guys who don't and it is true and I think in all sports right like in football thought thought forcing the this other quarterbacks who force the passes it's the quarterbacks who have the patience and the fearlessness to stay in the pocket a little bit longer and wait for the right receiver at the right time and so it just becomes I just reminders of over and over again? Like if you're saying yes to everything if you're saying yes to the first thing that it comes up there's a huge cost to this and and kids I would say having kids has been the most powerful thing for me in that regard because you know before I felt like I had an unlimited capacity to say yes and if I said yes to too much stuff like I bore the consequences and I got married Arne ensure my wife kind of for some of the consequences but ultimately like she's her own person living her own life. If I decided to if I went to a dinner instead instead of being home she would go have dinner with friends or you know do some other things but when you have kids in a totally dependent on you you realize like Oh. I stole all this time from you and I gave it to this total stranger for no reason you know yes or even even this has been helpful for me like in terms of the rates that I charge whether it's for speaking or you know if I'm going out with a new book it's like it's not free to do this and so if because I'm afraid afraid of being mean or I don't want to seem greedy I you know let's say I accept half my normal speaking fee because that's their budget shit instead of saying no sorry This is this is what I have to do it for. I've taken that time from my. I might choose sons. You know what I mean like I took it from a defenseless baby is how I I say to myself. And that motivates me and be less afraid to be the bad. I've got. Yeah and I mean that can be stealing from anything to for people. That don't have kids. It can be stealing from your workout. Time your meditation time. You're you know anything. Your happiness awesome. Well all I know I've had you for a while. I do want to ask you one one last question. I'm not going anywhere okay sweet. I'm curious you know you've you've I'm I'm sure. He sent out a handful of these copies to people. That have have read it and Early on were you. What do you think you know? At the end of say someone completes your book they picked the this op de read it all the way through you know three six months from now. What are they get out of the book? What are they implement in? What does this leave them? Well my my hope is is and I try to do at least these three books in the trilogy with you. Go in obstacle In this book I tried to write something that like. Even if you forget everything inside decide that book that even just like title could be a mantra that provide some value. So in this case I I feel like I could have just called the book stillness like if if all I do. The book is just introduced stillness into the lexicon exa Kahn. Or the the the mind of a handful of people I feel like I will have succeeded because that word has come to mean a great deal to me like just the idea that like. Oh this experience where you know. You're just sitting at the dinner table and you're just talking with your family and no one's on their phones and you're laughing and you're experiencing the moment like oh that's still it's just as you know a walk through. The Woods is still miss. It's just as you know a moment of flow state where you're like doing your absolute best work. Just as meditation is still the that this is a very special special thin that is way too fleeting and Rare in our lives and that we would be happier and better and think wiser and nicer to each other and able to accomplish more things and solve complex problems if we had more stillness in our lives in the vast array of manifestations we would be better for more stillness and so obviously I hope people pick up the habits people start walking walking. I hope people you know. Take a hobby. I hope people you know explore the idea of a higher power. I hope they clear. They work on emptying their minds. I hope they cultivate cultivate silence and solitude I do all those things but if they find their own way to just be conscious of the idea of stillness to me. That's what I've got. It's not a philosophy and that's why I tried to pay for it in the book. Yeah I love IT I. I thought it was a great book and I agree with you wholeheartedly. I think that this idea and In it doesn't always happen I'm not perfect but when I can just sit there and just be a not wanna be anywhere else the just sit there and and You know whether it be at the dinner table and during a conversation with my wife and not thinking about my emails or you know just having a little bit of of Grounding being you know just feeling grounded and not feeling I'm a have to rush off. Oh Gosh just like this. The it's like relaxed so relaxing and so oh peaceful I need more of that my life so I'm glad you're you wrote this book because there's there's certainly a ton I mean. I'm looking at the book you sent. Let me and have all these Pages folded over at a special highlighter. Just because I didn't have a proper highlighter. And I was underlining stuff and it was going through the other page judge Because it was like a felt tip. Anyway he didn't you know they don't know that's the thing that you can say to an author I mean like I people are like When people show me book and it's like all Christine Gallegos he didn't really read it when someone shows you and it's got like food on it and it fell right. I'm like Oh you like live at this thing thing. You know that's awesome. Yeah that means a lot. No it's great to go to that. Yes so I think it's important to that people realize that still this is not just just this sort of privilege. Nice moments with your family or when you're not doing like you're also needs us when you're programming or when you're giving a speech or when you're playing in the super bowl like that that that all almost every moment in life including the really high stakes one you will perform learn better if you're actually there and you're grateful to be there even if it sucks and it's really hard and it's not going the way that you wanted to go and if you're not trying to rush rush off to some other thing and if you're not wasting time wishing it was was otherwise you know like the the I think stillness is is a is is both about a personal happiness and fulfilment but I also think it's a key to elite performance and I think that there's not a clear line it begins and the other the other ends that's right. Yeah and I think that was so apparent in your your profile of Tiger Woods in the book you know how you can have have absolute focus in one area of your life but if you don't look at this and in a holistic way you know falls apart and that was just a really fascinating You know chapter that that you you delve into his inner workings totem which I thought was great as well awesome. Well Ryan thank you so much for being on the show Where Working People Obviously you can pick it up on Amazon. An Amazon still misses the key but Wins the release date and there's audible as well so release. Lee says October wine. Ob Everywhere Independent Bookstores Amazon. And then if you're you're interested more in the western side of stuff you can check out Daily STOIC six dot com where we do an email about stoicism every morning awesome. Thanks Ryan. Thanks Rob me all right. That's it for this episode hop on over to Instagram. I am at Got Kevin. 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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

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10:42 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"The intention for the rest of the day for me because like it doesn't matter how crazy the next in twenty twenty three hours. are that one hour cronica. And it's GonNa everything is going to descend from there. Yeah it you know it's funny I find a lot of time through in. You mentioned this near book through saying no. Yeah can you give a I think saying no is. It's always been a really difficult thing for me to do. Do I like new novel experiences. That type of star so you know when somebody invites you to something. That sounds kind of cool. I always sign up for it later. I typically the end up regretting signing up for too many things like how do you approach saying no because that does free applauded time. Yeah there's this sports psychologist. Jonathan Fater Cert- briefly in the book but is a friend of mine and I I asked this question a couple years ago. He gave me a bunch of really good advice and then he sent me this picture of Oliver Sacks ax in his office. The you know the doctor and writer and and Oliver Sacks is on the phone and then behind them. There's this giant yellow piece of paper APOR and just says no exclamation point and that was assigning hanging in his office. And so when I look at this picture I imagine him his telling the person on the phone like no. I can't do that. You know and so I actually have like a physical reminder in my office to say no because book when you're early on in your career like you have to say yes to everything and there's not that much stuff to say yes to but then as you achieve some things and you have some success that the privilege and the The reward for all your work. Is that now. Lots of people want you to do things they want to do things for you you know and the thing that made you successful. Oh you're you're driving your hard work and your ability to say yes now has like suddenly working against you because now it's not in. Are there any opportunities. It's it's like. What is the best opportunity and Dr Failures analogy because he works with lots of baseball players? who were the mets and Major League baseball and stuff? He was like you become a good baseball player by swinging pitches. That's how you get noticed right like it's the high school kid that hits a three hundred foot home. Run the people. Whoa that kids got you know power right but the problem is then as you work your way up in the levels the pitching gets harder and the stakes get higher and and now it actually becomes your plate discipline that separates the guys who have long careers and the guys who don't and it is true and I think in all sports right like in football thought thought forcing the this other quarterbacks who force the passes it's the quarterbacks who have the patience and the fearlessness to stay in the pocket a little bit longer and wait for the right receiver at the right time and so it just becomes I just reminders of over and over again? Like if you're saying yes to everything if you're saying yes to the first thing that it comes up there's a huge cost to this and and kids I would say having kids has been the most powerful thing for me in that regard because you know before I felt like I had an unlimited capacity to say yes and if I said yes to too much stuff like I bore the consequences and I got married Arne ensure my wife kind of for some of the consequences but ultimately like she's her own person living her own life. If I decided to if I went to a dinner instead instead of being home she would go have dinner with friends or you know do some other things but when you have kids in a totally dependent on you you realize like Oh. I stole all this time from you and I gave it to this total stranger for no reason you know yes or even even this has been helpful for me like in terms of the rates that I charge whether it's for speaking or you know if I'm going out with a new book it's like it's not free to do this and so if because I'm afraid afraid of being mean or I don't want to seem greedy I you know let's say I accept half my normal speaking fee because that's their budget shit instead of saying no sorry This is this is what I have to do it for. I've taken that time from my. I might choose sons. You know what I mean like I took it from a defenseless baby is how I I say to myself. And that motivates me and be less afraid to be the bad. I've got. Yeah and I mean that can be stealing from anything to for people. That don't have kids. It can be stealing from your workout. Time your meditation time. You're you know anything. Your happiness awesome. Well all I know I've had you for a while. I do want to ask you one one last question. I'm not going anywhere okay sweet. I'm curious you know you've you've I'm I'm sure. He sent out a handful of these copies to people. That have have read it and Early on were you. What do you think you know? At the end of say someone completes your book they picked the this op de read it all the way through you know three six months from now. What are they get out of the book? What are they implement in? What does this leave them? Well my my hope is is and I try to do at least these three books in the trilogy with you. Go in obstacle In this book I tried to write something that like. Even if you forget everything inside decide that book that even just like title could be a mantra that provide some value. So in this case I I feel like I could have just called the book stillness like if if all I do. The book is just introduced stillness into the lexicon exa Kahn. Or the the the mind of a handful of people I feel like I will have succeeded because that word has come to mean a great deal to me like just the idea that like. Oh this experience where you know. You're just sitting at the dinner table and you're just talking with your family and no one's on their phones and you're laughing and you're experiencing the moment like oh that's still it's just as you know a walk through. The Woods is still miss. It's just as you know a moment of flow state where you're like doing your absolute best work. Just as meditation is still the that this is a very special special thin that is way too fleeting and Rare in our lives and that we would be happier and better and think wiser and nicer to each other and able to accomplish more things and solve complex problems if we had more stillness in our lives in the vast array of manifestations we would be better for more stillness and so obviously I hope people pick up the habits people start walking walking. I hope people you know. Take a hobby. I hope people you know explore the idea of a higher power. I hope they clear. They work on emptying their minds. I hope they cultivate cultivate silence and solitude I do all those things but if they find their own way to just be conscious of the idea of stillness to me. That's what I've got. It's not a philosophy and that's why I tried to pay for it in the book. Yeah I love IT I. I thought it was a great book and I agree with you wholeheartedly. I think that this idea and In it doesn't always happen I'm not perfect but when I can just sit there and just be a not wanna be anywhere else the just sit there and and You know whether it be at the dinner table and during a conversation with my wife and not thinking about my emails or you know just having a little bit of of Grounding being you know just feeling grounded and not feeling I'm a have to rush off. Oh Gosh just like this. The it's like relaxed so relaxing and so oh peaceful I need more of that my life so I'm glad you're you wrote this book because there's there's certainly a ton I mean. I'm looking at the book you sent. Let me and have all these Pages folded over at a special highlighter. Just because I didn't have a proper highlighter. And I was underlining stuff and it was going through the other page judge Because it was like a felt tip. Anyway he didn't you know they don't know that's the thing that you can say to an author I mean like I people are like When people show me book and it's like all Christine Gallegos he didn't really read it when someone shows you and it's got like food on it and it fell right. I'm like Oh you like live at this thing thing. You know that's awesome. Yeah that means a lot. No it's great to go to that. Yes so I think it's important to that people realize that still this is not just just this sort of privilege. Nice moments with your family or when you're not doing like you're also needs us when you're programming or when you're giving a speech or when you're playing in the super bowl like that that that all almost every moment in life including the really high stakes one you will perform learn better if you're actually there and you're grateful to be there even if it sucks and it's really hard and it's not going the way that you wanted to go and if you're not trying to rush rush off to some other thing and if you're not wasting time wishing it was was otherwise you know like the the I think stillness is is a is is both about a personal happiness and fulfilment but I also think it's a key to elite performance and I think that there's not a clear line it begins and the other the other ends that's right. Yeah and I think that was so apparent in your your profile of Tiger Woods in the book you know how you can have have absolute focus in one area of your life but if you don't look at this and in a holistic way you know falls apart and that was just a really fascinating You know chapter that that you you delve into his inner workings totem which I thought was great as well awesome. Well Ryan thank you so much for being on the show Where Working People Obviously you can pick it up on Amazon. An Amazon still misses the key but Wins the release date and there's audible as well so release. Lee says October wine. Ob Everywhere Independent Bookstores Amazon. And then if you're you're interested more in the western side of stuff you can check out Daily STOIC six dot com where we do an email about stoicism every morning awesome. Thanks Ryan. Thanks Rob me all right. That's it for this episode hop on over to Instagram. I am at Got Kevin. 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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

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03:55 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Know everyone is right on top of each other and the truth. There's like most of the big picture decisions or creations or or or work that we do when you think about where it came from. It wasn't like in in a busy coffee shop. It was quietly i. I came up for the book. I'm GonNa Right next. I came up with on the beach vacation right like I was not totally alone own but I was alone and away from the vast majority of distractions that usually would would prevent me from thinking about this and so people have to have in some ways the confidence in the strength to go like no I know you probably think I should spend the next week at the office but actually the best investment I can make myself in this business. Business is still a hunting trip or go on a week bike ride or you know just just stay at home for a few days like if if the leader of an organization is not taking time to sit quietly by themselves to think big picture. WHO's doing it? You know the janitors not doing it. Yeah I thought that was. It was pretty telling that Bill Gates goes out there and he doesn't I mean I guess he does do some of the mostly reads as well as that. What you found out is is reading and he reads? Books is a lot of academic papers and he. He's not white affirmative. She's sending emails in his writing. Memos like he's very engage but he's just doing it in a fundamentally different context than you could from even the CEO's office or even from the founders office how how would you recommend someone find time for solitude when they're like listen Ryan like love you but I'm just trying to pay the bills you know I'm like you know I've got a Oh you know forty plus our job kids like wh where does one find you know no. We can't take a certainly. I can't take seven days off. My wife would kill me. Brian Court Cabin for seven days. No definitely would you recommend Ivan the easiest place to get solitude and silence is is in the mornings like just wake up a little bit earlier I again again as someone who has young kids. Okay I will give it six fifteen this morning because that's when my son woke up but thankfully I have a job. Result is a little bit easier and I can afford help and he does the daycare but I could have gotten up at five thirty and had you know forty five minutes to stink or pray or work out or do any of those things and so you you like. Let's say you already work out an hour a day With your someone who goes to the gym every day. Reorient your schedule so instead of doing it from five five to six PM where the work is ongoing. You're getting emails other people are around. It's busy it's bright outside to it from five to six. AM It might change when you go to bed. You're going to be much more present for that experience. You're going to get more out of it because your phone's not going would be going off. You won't have already started your day. You don't like the morning is the easiest place before everyone wakes up before the amounts have come in before the schedule. Oh has started. I think that's the best place to get solitude and silence. Yeah Kalemie. I love sleep so much I just like I have to wake up at seven every morning to take care of my my little girl and Kinda get the routine going and I'm just like every morning on Mike Is. Let's take one more hour. I mean what what I what I do. It's not like so. I take the mentioned this earlier but we go for this long. So this morning we buy We did like eight miles per hour. We CBS last the House votes still a little bit. Dark Karma got back. It was bright outs. So I'm not technically in complete solitude but I was riding up and down at dirt road road It's just me. It was just him. We watched the sun come up like that. That was like a profoundly meditative. immersive experience ends that Sen.

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12:02 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"I already said that in all ready complained blamed about that. And you know like having fresh prompts you to put something in I think is a pretty powerful thing. Go to your point about devout devices Obviously not to diss the the opposite sound interesting. One of the reasons I use paper journals and I made a journal for days call. So that has the prompts but one of the reasons I'm really bullish about a paper journals is the tactile experience great. But what I've tried to do in my part of my daily routine is pushed back. Whatever my first interaction with with with my phone is and so? I don't use the phone as an alarm clock. I go for a walk and I don't take it with me. Even though there might be cool photos to take you know then I go up and journal. I WANNA use that when I check my calendar for the first time I wanted to be on the desktop because I've sat sat down to work not on my phone at breakfast so I like I think I do have a somewhat old school argument and now of like just because your phone can do. It doesn't mean you should to it under phone. No I agree. Yeah this is this is actually what I do. is I- quarantine-off. Certain things like I don't have even those. Jor The journal. APP works on my phone. I don't have it on my phone. Only have it on my ipad that has a keyboard And then on my IPAD. I don't have anything else. Turn off almost everything. All the notifications are turned off. Like everything is off of that. There's no calendar under in like that is. Were my drawing APPS. Are you know 'cause I can use the pencil and so if I want like to. Sketch Ideas For one journal. So it's very very much a device for creativity and not one for distraction email and everything else but Yeah that's kind of by design but I'm one hundred percent with you like if you it's so easy if you have an APP like that on your phone you'd be like okay. I'm done with that now off instagram or off to her. Whatever so it's mm-hmm it's like once you have that devise open? It can lead to all different types of temptation. So I'm I'm very I. I tried to like you know firewall. That stuff low bit totally in in the mind section. You have a whole topic round cultivating silence. Can you talk about that a bit. Yeah I one of the reasons I don't live in your city. Aside is that I just couldn't stand how noisy was like. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night like jarred because I hate those trucks where it's like a dumpster on the back of the truck you know and they go through an intersection in the sort of the dumpster comes up that smacks down like the all the noise like in my chest cavity comedy and and now when I go back to New York having like now I live out in the country and then I just realized what the fact that the sensory overload I was experiencing so I think generally people live lives. That are waging Totally unnatural environment. But then I think we're also just generally afraid of silence so people are like yeah. I wake up put on headphones and I start listening to podcasts on two x speed and And then go straight like you're like wow you never had like any moments of silence throughout the day like you you you had noise been injured body at every the available a second and then of course you don't make great decisions and of course you feel on edge and of course you have less patients than then you you otherwise might and of course you miss a lot of the wonderful things that are happening. Because you're just you've to tune them all out and gave a talk in Helsinki a couple couple years ago when I was walking around. There's this weird building and I walked into it and I'm forgetting the name of it but it's basically a a nondenominational almost nonreligious church and it's like completely silent. That's it's called the Church of silence and everything in it is about muting. Sounds so like the door. War doesn't make any noise and no one's allowed to talk and there's no it's just like this wonderful building that you just walk in and it's like completely silent island what you find when you have that. Silence is what John Cage found The the experimental composer is that when you remove all these external noises you start to share noises. That you didn't even know existed in Yorkshire you're GONNA share your own body and you realize that you've the keeping that at a distance. Yeah in in you know. What's funny is I find that once? You can quiet the mind in that way. So many people think I think that It will make them less productive and I find it to be the absolute opposite and that you are more creative and clearheaded. When you you can get into that you know have a little bit of a break in a little bit of peace you know? I think you said it in your book but there was something about you know. There's a reason why so. Many great ideas happened in the shower our yeah. Do you WanNa talk about that a bit. Yes I am my my routine sort of goes along these lines like what I do. Is I take a long walk doc. In the morning before I start my day I take my son or sometimes. We'd do a bike riding bikes to ride a bike trailer. But the point is we go outside. We're not listening to music music. Only thing I hear is him talking and then when I start my day I work and You know I try to keep things mostly silent. I turn off alert say I I like to work in the dark often but then in the afternoon I do some form of exercise that God runner I swim and I find. It's Austin that the really good ideas come when I'm like actively trying not tour and it's sort of humbling me realize like oh the mind is one of its own thin. When you're trying China's sort of consciously control all the time maybe you get eighty percent of what it's capable of and then oftentimes it's when you're not thinking about it at all When you've completely let go your present that you get these gifts of inciter inspiration or connection that you never would have considered an and I I got his like each one of my books are very specific words that I remember just just popping into my head? I don't know where I wasn't working. And they became an but the intro to the obstacles away came to me as I was running up the east side of Manhattan along the along the river at at like eleven o'clock at night and so it's it's just it's not about. What can you should squeeze out of your minds of nuns? It's what what what is allowed to happen. Yeah you go into a few routines in the book. Cover Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers like routine eighteen. which I thought was fascinating? He makes an hour available every morning for silence are he did you know which was I guess he was. He was devoted. US doing prayer at at the same time right. That was kind of his own little meditation the morning. I think people should start to think of prayer as a more Western form of meditation. Like it wasn't GonNa go apprai- because it's good for me but it that there when you read the routines of really religious people or or holy people you you find if they had these long periods of silence and solitude and sort of meditative exploration and obviously they believe. I believe there was a a you know a sort of a deeper spiritual part of that but I think that the Schuman state that they are getting in is very similar to what all all of the philosophical schools are pursuant. You know. I'm really really curious about that. I have never done the research but I'm curious have you have you looked into what prayer historically was like when you think about you know like the biblical sense in the Lord's prayer and there was a mention of Jesus going often in kind of like you know praying into the night like yeah. It was that more of a meditative kind of repetition like Some type of You know thinking that they would say over again or was it a juno. What the contents of those types of prayers were back then? Historically I think there's a there's a Awadh variation because it was up to the individual but you do see there's there's the some people who would just repeat the hill Mary over and over again or they just go through a Their Rosary you had other people who might have sort of almost long dialogues and then there are other people who were they say. They spent an hour in prayer. They meant you know sort of sitting there quietly reading their Bible so I think it's all and then obviously there's orders of monks that would do chance. There's obviously singing for some in different phase. So I think it's all over the place but when it it it's about sort of it's about practice right not in the like the sports since it's about practice in Mike ritual and repetition and and and giving oneself over to a kind of a pursuit that's just fundamentally different than the state of mind were in when we are working or Trying to make money or relaxing axeing or or or sleeping. Just it's its own sort of state and I think one of the sad parts of the decline of religion obviously see there. I am not a particularly religious person. Mostly agnostic so. I'm not like you know bemoaning the decline of organized religion but I think that was adding some structure and that experience into a lot of people's lives and has some people feel adrift risk. Having lost that can see how especially some of the. The repetition is almost like very eastern in a sense of. It's almost like a mantra based meditation. Tation away right. It's going to your brain into that place. I I had taken transcendental meditation courses and after doing some research. I'm not a big Fan on the organization his Asia but I will say the the technique of Mantra based meditation. I found to be some of the most powerful out there was especially when when done for at length. You Know Our plus Really really puts you into a deep state pretty quickly have you. Have you experimented with mantra base. Meditation I've done a little bit of meditation here or there is probably seems weird for someone to write a book about stillness not to be a sort of a big fan of meditation but is actually deliberate in the book. I wanted to write a book about Tis idea and not. Just give the same solution that I feel like everyone gives and like the research shows that like people just most people just don't seem to want to meditate right like even as overwhelming as the. Ask the pros us into be. It seems to be asking something. If people that they're they're not super inclined to give and so one of the things I served taken from this as a marketer and as a thinker. It's like okay. Well we'll don't just continue to to sort a beat the same drum and so what I what I wanted to do in the book was go okay. What are other ways to get stillness? Because you know it's it's lake if you were talking to a really really unhealthy obese person and you could give them all sorts of weightlifting techniques and you could tell l. them about their macro nutrition and their micro nutrition and you can tell them all these different things that they they should be doing if they want it to be healthy or you could be like look. Why don't we? Why don't we go from one whole bag of Oreos till it back like? Why don't we just like? Why don't we just start by not eating candy for breakfast? And so I think there's a lot of people who would benefit from meditation but like even if they were meditating.

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07:57 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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07:57 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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The Kevin and Ryan Show

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"ryan" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin Rose here. Welcome back to another episode of the Kevin. Rochelle follow me up on Instagram at Kevin rose. I'm really excited to have Ryan holiday back on the PODCAST. He was on on. Probably ten. Or fifteen episodes ago He's the author of several amazing books. He goes the enemy is probably my personal favorite but he also put out obstacles away which is another great book and now his new book which we're talking about today is called stillness. Is the key in this book. We talk about combining mind spirit embodied in a very kind of ballistic way to create the sense of inner personal stillness We cover journaling cover. How to cultivate silence we we also talked about the personal habits of the Winston Churchill? Talk about John. F. Kennedy a little Bit Tiger Woods He really is good incorporating these stories piece of other really famous people on how they were able to create the silence into his his writings. Still Philosophy as well is in the book In the moving onto the body we talked about saying no Taking a walk in the forest and forest bathing which I'm a big fan of Seeking solitude and the importance of getting great sleep so we cover a whole gamut of different topics here. A lot of really good insights are in this book. So I know you're going to enjoy this podcast This is Ryan holiday. Thanks for being on the show Ryan I appreciate it. Jeff course thanks for having me. I'm glad the at the bus. This is awesome. Yeah yeah it was I was one of those things. Where when you're a dad is always hard to find time so I got you know almost halfway through the book and then thank you for sending audio files because I was able to multitask and juggle? You know an almost two year old with listening to audio. So that's always nice. It's funny because I think when people saying you know obviously the books about stillness but when they think about these sort of philosophical ideas I think they think about them in the Mr to bury abstract or they think think about him as like becoming a monk or whatever to me it's like how do you manage having two euro 'cause I so having either three year your old and a like a four months old and so like all the ideas in the book At most of my writing. Now that's the primary Lens through which I'm looking at things eggs like. How do you manage to do anything of? It's the complete chaos and uncertainty that is having a small tyrant. Live with you. Yeah it's it's so true. It's funny as building a meditation APP called Oak. And we've been working on it for the last couple of years and the idea was just to have a free alternative to a lot of the stuff stuff that was out there and we started adding more complexity in internally. We're testing out. Doing you know like a live video version where you'd have like a live instructor. ONSCREEN and build the Greek people's are coming in and we never launched it because the feedback. We guys that people are just like the average person is like I don't even have ten minutes. I don't have time to be still bill. I don't need the added complexity of having to schedule a meditation and figure out how to make sure it's buffering the right way and you know so shirts it you forget That people are you know with kids and everything else going on that. They're really crunched for time. But you know the the way I wanNA start off with this interview is. I'm always curious. Yes you know. I Love Your books and I've been obviously you know obstacles away. Ego's the enemy had been a big fan of everything that you've been writing What insights did you have? Have this time around. That brought you to writing this book like what was that a ha moment. You're like okay. I've I've figured out something new that I gotta put it down and actually produce something thing. I think the big connection or light bulb that the created the book. Was this idea that still. This appears here is in both Western and eastern philosophy far enough back that we can be pretty confident that they came to independently when we think of Western philosophy. We think of it as the antithesis of eastern philosophy in a lot of ways particularly the sort of creek and Roman philosophy because they're so active and it's almost militaristic and and it was used by. You know these people that we think are very differently than we think of Buddha or or you know someone that we would describe as then and so the the idea that there was a connection sort of set off this complete sort of re understanding ending or new understanding of Stoicism for me. I mean even just the word stillness like an appears in Marcus realistic over and over again. And I'd read the Book Probably Thirty or forty forty times and I just never noticed it because I wasn't looking for it. And so that the big breakthrough in the book is the idea that pretty much not just the eastern and Western philosophies but even the religions and all the traditions sort of hold this idea of stillness up as like the primary. Sorry in of what we're trying to accomplish. It's it's a millions Annan end but like if you were to sort of describe like your stereotypical wise man from from east. Your stereotypical wise men from the West. If you're a described Jesus and socrates and you realize you're just like describing the same person with like slightly different close right. Yeah that is like the the foundation that I think that they would all certainly agree on. You know it's just that idea that stillness and the connection action evolutionary. I was like. Oh there's all these different species that do really similar things but they don't share a common ancestor but it. It shows the responding to some fundamental part of their environment. And I think that's the conclusion that I came to philosophically as the like they just involved volved. The schools evolved to the same the same truth by from from different circumstances. In when you think about your urea that's I'm GONNA pick up this book and you think about how you know. Some of US have certainly lost our way. I mean I I I feel like the stimulation and everything that we have in our lives. These days is is just even so much different than when I was a kid. Where did we go wrong? Like what. What is what they have figured out that we don't today? Yeah it is is weird. 'cause I I have a quote from Blaise Pascal. At the beginning of the book and he says all of humanity's problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room room alone and now he's said that like six hundred years ago or five hundred years ago so I'm not sure if I we definitely have gone wrong but I think it's also interesting when you look backwards you like. Oh wait blink. People always been struggling with this. And and there's a there's one letter from Seneca which I opened. Open the INTRO. The book with where Senecas like in this. Basically this apartment in Rome. And he's trying to write and he's talking about all the distractions now. His distractions distractions are not digital. You know he's not like and then. I have instagram posts and I have text messages. You know but he's he's like it's noisy outside and this vendor won't stop shouting and there's Hope someone's getting arrested and and I can hear my neighbors moving and and and this there's this construction and he's like it's so so hard I can't focus and and you're like oh like it. What looking backwards? Rome wasn't dislike or Greece Greece. 'cause I obviously we see Rome as being a bit more modern but like the ancient world. Wasn't this magical peaceful place where no one no one was ever bothered. You know no one ever like no. There were gossips and there was breaking news and there was there were mobs and and there was you know so annoying neighbors and there were people who scraped their teeth on four. You know. There's all the things that drives.

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"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"As base smile is calm and relax happy to help, people serve really. I'm sure what's and yeah. Shouldn't think about, you know, it's like. A lot of months of valium. Solitude repetitive. Tasks Sen., you know gardening. And and doing simple things as I made yourself. To that. And those things you can't judge. Yeah. Yeah. As the things about this story that Lazovic could she? Yeah. Being better than others. Yeah. Giving us something to judge so that we can feel better about ourselves. There's nothing to judge. And the fact of the matter is like. Yeah, I wanna be Ryan Gosling fry. I wanna look like Ryan Gosling. I wanna act like Ryan Gosling. Don't have Ryan goslings Bank account day is Ryan Gosling, doesn't wanna be Ryan Gosling. They're like, we an entrepreneurial world, we all are obsessed with Elon Musk. Elon Musk has said there's days, I don't wanna be on musk. I don't wanna be on musk most of the time you can tell at guys hurt. You can tell is a lot of pain, the experience of being Elon Musk. It's not that fun. And yet, we all are trying to be along. We want the accolades of being Ilan we want the, the ego boost of being Ilan, but even ee lawn doesn't want to be along. We need the Alonzo the world to achieve. But nobody wants that experience. We're all happy that year. Mandating him Tesla's, but the live experience of the criticism of pressure. I think more internally the -bility shoe like your mind racing.

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"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ryan" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"You know you know what i'm going to give him a shot you know he young guy i'm young guy you know all this what's really starting to pissed me off is that i'm getting older and he's staying the same age and i'm realizing that like the older i get less and less people are telling me how young i am and so all these things are bothering me but i do think it's amazing what what a what ryan is cheat and building this community and and really in putting on on this event the very first event that we did trapping divergent summit had about half the people that were at this one and so amazing amazing work that he's done to build this communities let's give him another big around the process for that is truly really impressive so my name is ryan dice how many you guys have no idea who i am perfect i'm going to assume that you don't care who i am so i'm going to dispense with some of the with the introductions if you're interested at the end i can maybe tell you some more about me but portable i'm gonna talk about today's he is the importance of building guy you in advance and and a big aspect of that is the acknowledgement that no one cares who you are in so you first explain why you deserve to exist i in particular this dichotomy in and really decide this idea someone talk about branding that's cells but but this distinction between direct response and branding in particular so i on digital marketercom and digital market outcome we talk about digital marketing weird if we talked about anything else right so digital market itcom we take all the cool stuff that we figure out running all of the other companies that we run and gets one of the things that makes us different lots of people talk about digital marketing the difference with us as we actually do digital marketing.

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