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"sean lang" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Dot com and he was tasked by a friend of ours he said scott. If you did not have your hands how would you do what you do. And he's trying to get him to the essence of what he really cares about an. I'll say that transferable skill and scott thought. Gosh i used to. I used to do multimedia video stuff and in that. I really did the same thing i went after. Really impacting stories that we wanted to give exposure to to last forever to go beyond and reach more people does the same thing and interestingly since that time scott is now written a book one of the most amazing coffee table books on jesus on how does your jira how how is the. Jesus look like that. You paint everybody else thought the title of it. I can't remember what the moment but interesting to look at transferable skills which to me. Thomas also a call out just to the benefit of mastery if you can't master one area without having a transferable skill even if it's just how it makes you feel sean lang wells a guy he posted on here. He says making three point shots and basketball now. He's not a professional basketball player. But it made me think about my mountain biking and i'm talking about. What does that serve. Am i going to try out for the olympics. And i think i'm past my there that was that had. Its place a long time ago and i look at it compete. I do som- but that's not really the point. I really do it in all truth. It's fun it's just fun and joyful. I appreciate the health wellness and strengthen. It gives me but i think really tom. I think it just helps my self confidence. I think i go out there. And i do it because it just makes me feel competent. It's an area that i'm competent in that i can then take and bring right here. I stand up in front of you or somebody else or talk out loud or write the book that i can bring in so it wasn't a tangent i was looking for here but transferable skills. What a gift of mastery isn't it mastery in. What's that psychological principle that if we have some sort of control of the environment it sustains us it gives us every you know it just it just the study that i referred to as that Senior citizens in in assisted living facilities. They noticed a group of people who are continuous. And no matter how they brought the food out they would say wasn't prepared right to salty not salty enough. Too hot to call overcooked undercooked and they would send it back in next time it came back. It's it's that idea of agents. Like i i have control and they live longer in so even though they were expressing it kind of in a container is negative way because they had control they had more happiness more satisfaction belief that they could do something that would help themselves in the future and enjoy life more and when we have mastery in something what are we really Exhibiting we're saying we've got some control over right you can. You can take the line. You can choose the line on your bike. The is going to get to the edge but not quite over it and it gives you a great sense of satisfaction the most exhilarating rides that i had the ones. We're almost fell definitely memorable. Yeah i liked that aspect of of control and a feeling. Gosh again tom. We've got if we look at the pulse of the culture right now. I would say that with the increases in well they call him diseases of despair depression anxiety and and these things that we have a culture that feels more out of control and i again looking at the younger generation especially there are so many. New things are constantly new em- new opportunities new ideas. I have to do that sometimes. Pull myself back right now. i'm. I'm at a place where i'm realizing. Okay i gotta pull back. I think i'm reading six books right now and i'm just interested. I'm at a point. I got some things that i'm interested in order books and i literally have bookmarks. I bought a big. Here's a cool. Here's a cool rain. And i so. I like to underline things in books. It helps me. Just focus on them. And i can come back and look at it but i'm a bad under liner so i get frustrated with myself. I underline and l. sudden my lines through the words and now i can't read the dumb things so i find myself getting straight edges. I bought on amazon. These really narrow really thin wooden bookmarks. So i'm using those now. So i can you know. Stick it on the page and underlying it without messing everything up. I think i bought twenty album there about going. I've got him everywhere in too many. And i'm thinking okay. I too much too much goods. I need to chill out. And let's have some focus. I think you need to move to a highlighter wasn't matter that's true. That's true i could do that too. But there i mean that's some of the detriment the downside to the culture that we're in where there are so much new stuff to go after. I think it's keeping us from sticking with something and having mastery ahead and thought about you said at tom and having control. That's probably at two. I appreciate the mountain biking get on. I may not be able to feel. I may feel out of control. I thought gosh it. At some point. In time i feel out of control with everything in my life as a parent as a spouse as a podcast as a provider as good. If i go down the roles there's probably not a week. That goes by that at some point. I don't feel out of control and some areas sometime on the mountain bike. I can jump on there. I'm in control. I'm in control of my time in control. My speed always slow me down. I go to remote areas. There's nobody there. I'm in control of my body control. I feel more in control of my mind out there. I'd never thought about it that way. That's a great self for mastery in and of itself. I think this is the third show in aurora mentioned reading jordan peterson's book Twelve rules for life. And he talks about the lobster in there and the dominance hierarchy in basically you got the the big giant lobster. He's got a great. He's the king he he gets the best food the best place to live all all the all the women. Lobsters want him right. I mean he's the king and then it talks about when lobsters fight and they don't like to fight because when they really get after it. Both of them usually lose because they lose body parts. I mean those claws are big and powerful. But what he said was is that when the lobster loses a fight or it gets pushed off It gets i think a decrease in serotonin and what that means is the lobsters body posture kinda get smaller. They kinda crouch over the claws come in and they send a signal out to everybody else. That analyzer just basically which makes them more attracted to other lobsters. We'd like the bully. Because they're they're looking for the lift. And so you get this cycle of down. Well look at athletes. What happens when a player fumbles causes. The turnover makes a mistake. Does something bad immediately. Either head drops down their shoulders. Come for and they a drop in the chemicals that make you feel good now. Imagine riding your bike having a fantastic ride. You push the limit you see some things. What is your body posture. Y when you get off that bike amine are your shoulders a little bit broader who spine a little bit straighter is your countenance a little bit more. Bring it on. Let's see whoa. What's going on. And i think that's another thing is when we have mastery over something when we when you see someone who has mastery over something and they do it whether they perform on stage or or they're an artist and they and they they they come off the potter's wheel or they finish the. If you talk to them right actor that you're gonna see their shoulders wide. Open their eyes looking straight at you. You're gonna see a level of confidence that comes out of that..
"sean lang" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"What I said was totally appropriate, and if you look at what other people have, said politicians at a high level About the riots during the summer. The horrible riots in Portland and Seattle and various other other places. That was a real problem what they said. The president tells reporters. We believe in respecting America's history and traditions and not tearing them down. Former Olympic gold medalist was reportedly among supporters of the president who stormed the capital. A Twitter video appears to show 6 FT. Six U. S swimmer Clete Killer wearing a Team USA jacket inside the rotunda. Hillary didn't appear to take part in any violence, but he could still face federal charges of unlawful entry and disorderly conduct if authorities positively identify him, Keller one swimming medals in three summer Olympics. Another social media giant, blocking the president from uploading content. Sean Lang Jill has more YouTube says it is suspending President Trump's account from uploading videos for a minimum of seven days. Good quality to be announcing a statement late Tuesday the company made the decision quote invited concerns about the ongoing potential provide Linz. YouTube says he can't violated their policies and the seven day van is a first strike. The president has been lamenting Reese moves by B tech companies like Twitter and Facebook that have already banned him. Saying Tuesday. Quote free speech is under assault, like never before. State Health and Human Services secretary Doctor My Galley sees some hope in terms of hospitalization rates when it comes to covet biggest signal to me, things are beginning to flatten and potentially improve around the 5th and 6th of January we were seeing on average 3500 new admissions Over the past couple of days we've been in the 252,600 range for new admissions. And that reduction of nearly 1000 admissions is shared across the state. But sharp hospital officials say they're still expecting a surge of cases over the next few weeks. The Board of Supervisors in San Diego voted for one to increase enforcement on business groups that are not following the restrictions. This county health officials says they have been trying to enforce the law. To date. We've issued 335 season desist orders as we continue to do follow up inspections for locations that have received the season desist orders. We're finding that within a few weeks of receiving the order, roughly two thirds are coming into compliance, and one third continue the violation for the one third that remain in violation. The sheriff's Department is referring cases to the district attorney. North County Supervisor Jim Desmond, the dissenting vote public health officer, Dr Wilma Wooten, speaking at the meeting says the county only has 40 available and staffed ICU beds that represents 5% of the capacity here in San Diego County, Phil Farrar, KOGO News San Diego Unified School District, expanding its covert 19 testing at specific campuses. Starting next week, the district partnering with U C San Diego Medical Center to run the $5 million testing program. Goal is to expand it to include all students and staff Superintendent Cindy Martin took the test Tuesday and says this is just one step to returning to in person instruction. The hope is in the vaccine, where we knew that we needed to get testing up and running because the virus is still out of control in our community. San Diego Unified plans to add 10 new testing sites every other week, Martin says it's still too early to tell if students will be back on campus. This semester. Joshua Lipton Kogo news. We'll go in two years time 806, a rapper honoring Nirvana with his latest cover, I'm really black. Glad that I could bring you some wrapping their of Nirvana. Wrapping Ty Dolla sign shared his video on instagram of himself in his band playing Smells like Teen Spirit, Ty Dolla sign Played guitar for the instrumental performance. This isn't the first time he's shown love for the band. He has Nirvana's front man's portrait tattooed on his leg. Really tied. Dollar sign Ty Dolla sign Yeah, alright, Another way That coded six around to cause trouble in your life. We have that on the way we have your traffic in your weather. Kogo nears time 807 No, your chance to win $1000 text.
"sean lang" Discussed on WSB-AM
"20 Smith says she honked her car horn after the suspect nearly hit her window down and instantly There, he said. You got a problem and he called me the B word, she tells gentle to action news. Sean Lang pointed a gun at her and her eight year old son that, after chasing her onto Georgia for 100 P box to rent out a pocket knife, come walking up towards the vehicle and pop my tire. Lang's charged with aggravated assault and cruelty to Children. Amanda Boyer, 95.5 WSB, South Carolina reaches a settlement with the federal government and litigation over weapons grade plutonium plutonium at the Savannah River. Along the Georgia border. Everyone is a winner. There are no losers on Lee Winters, especially in my opinion. The people of South Carolina Attorney General Allen Wilson says the plutonium was relocated to the site in the early two thousand's. The Savannah River site is about 25 miles southeast of Augusta. Washington, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says she's worried about recent rioting in the nation's capital and in other parts of the country about is this country descending into a race for she blames outside agitators for rioting in the city over the weekend, and she says that amount To domestic terrorism. The city of Brookhaven Parks and Rec department finds a way to offer virtual recreation. This month. The city is hosting a fortnight tournament starting September. 14th. With the championship on the 28th games will be played remotely and solo mode and players will submit total points from their games. The four finalists will play in a lobby together with safety precautions in place. Cost $5 to enter. You can register online. Adam Duvall plays longball at Fenway says empty for Adam and a high towering fly ball that's headed for the monster and the Light Tower. Calling Fox sports is the Braves beat the Red Sox 6 to 3 Austin. Reilly also knocks in three runs with a bases loaded triple same two teams in Boston Tonight. WSB news.
"sean lang" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Crispus Live in the WSB 24 hour news Center with WSB Stop stories this half hour chilling new information in the case of a husband and wife. Accused of kidnapping a one year old boy at gunpoint over the weekend mere minutes before snatching the toddler. Another would be victim escape their clutches. They intended to raise this baby shambling, police assistant chief Mike Beller says. Kristen and minor villa Rosa stocked their city looking for a victim. They saw a mother walking down the street with a baby in a blanket on her back. And he jumped out with the gun and challenged her and she ran so fast as she made it into an apartment and he couldn't tell which when she ran into when cops found the kidnapped Matteo 4.5. Hours later in the couple's SUV, he was disguised as a little girl. It was rewarding to be a part of that takedown. Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB An Alfa Rhetta mother says she's relieved after police arrested a man they say, pulled a gun on her and her son and then slashed her tires. Tiffany Smith tells Channel two action news It was a case of road rage. She says, when she honked at the man for did for dipping in and out of lanes on Georgia 400. A, uh, gets right up in front of me. Slams on his brakes gets out Has the gun in his hand, points it at me and point out that my son and then about that time he pulled out a pocket knife, come walking up towards the vehicle and pop my tire. Sean Lang has been charged with aggravated assault in cruelty to Children and is still in the Fulton County Jail, has not made his bombs. And President Trump says he will not meet with the family of Jacob Blake when he goes to Kenosha, Wisconsin, Tuesday. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington visiting Wisconsin On Tuesday, President Trump told reporters he was not able to set up a meeting with the family of Jacob Blake. The man who's shooting by police touched off violence in Kenosha wanted me to speak, but they wanted to have lawyers involved and I thought that was an appropriate so I didn't do that. The president said He's not concerned. His visit will cause more division as he refused to condemn the 17 year old arm. Vigilante who shot and killed two protesters last week. County police are asking for the public's help in finding a gunman who injured a spectator at a semi professional football game over the weekend. The shooting happened at Gary Purple Park in Sugar Hill Saturday night after a fight between the two teams on the field cancelled the game. State representative David Clarke, who lives near the park, heard the exchange of gunfire and says one team was from Atlanta. The other from Columbus would have police Corporal Colin Flynn's his witnesses scattered when police arrived. There was a lot of chaos. A lot of people are running into To get away from the actual shooting. One man sustained a gunshot wound to the leg but will recover. Sandra Operation 95.5 WSB WSB news time is 7 33 by it's Jamie. Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee. It's Me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It should be you given me the pep talk. Now get out there, hit that high note and take Matt harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry. Piti, Progressive casualty insurance.
"sean lang" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Think one of the reasons that. It held up back in the day is. I'm GONNA say it. One more time I was dumb I didn't try to think too much into the characters I just took it as what it was at. This is a scary kid that shot people. This is a scary pyramid head with a giant sword it. It was at the time the graphics were amazing, and it was scary. the fact that the scarce on hold up so much in you do start focusing on the characters in the story a little bit more. kind of takes away from those survival horror and just more psychological four. which isn't a bad, but I think it slows down the game because you're trying to look for more Info you want more answers, but that's just not there, but I I agree with. My opinion has improved of this game as we. is still not good, but it has very much improved. I have some from the South Hill Heaven Group. I got a lot of comment on that reading majority of them, but I will read a couple that are standing out to me. This one from Vargo Man Christmas one told mom I wanNA sound hill to for Christmas. My brother wanted different game I remember Christmas morning. My brother got downhill to and I got the game he wanted I just looked at mom, and she said whoops. Santa made a mistake. And another one Sean Lang. My oldest brother got it for his birthday when it really so all my siblings, five of us all sat on the TV notebooks playing through the game. It was amazing. That'd very interesting way to play it. At. That is literally how I played it. And this one from Mohammad Irfan I never really understood why church wasn't included sound hill or why they made a story away from the Silent Hill. One more well good news. They go back to it next game. So? And I got one last group read a couple of questions, but we're about to wrap this up. From the same hill fangaroo Europe the euro. I don't know if that means. Okay this one from you daddy eighth grade at lunch burning a fatty hearing some friends about the UFO ending. Step it. Right one is in Spanish. I can't read that. I want to read one more than we're going to wrap this up. Sick if I want actually want that I light. Okay from Castro, the day I got sound hill one from my cousin's house. He was on their mind I. Just remember that one is right lasts from Zero Brightness Fellow podcast. That I actually used I. Listen to every often. How can you just sit there eating pizza? I. pry I'm pretty sure. James Witter the guy's name. He's a friend of mine facebook. Pretty good podcast covers four games. He actually he's. One of his Co host is from Minnesota and he's in Texas, but he's A. He's pretty cool guy. I wanted listen to that podcast. I tried. I can't his opinion of Alan Wake is wrong. that. are you starting a feud? No he he I told him before many time when he kept complaining way. Like what are you talking about? I'm sorry game. Make on wake..
"sean lang" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"When done correctly which means even if we did half of it. We'd be equal to them, but we do buy times they do. And yet, it's tax free, which makes it really ten times more profitable. Now I'm just throwing numbers out there. Those are not specific back. I'm just right now bending the fact that these idiots don't know what they're talking about. It's so common when they had the new tax laws in place in idiot got on the radio on TV it started bending, one of these reporters that now you get all this income tax free because he changed the tax. No, we've been able to get ten income tax rate for thirty years. But these idiots don't even know it. And so what they do they come on TV. Regurgitate? How stupid and uneducated about the topic they are. How do you get to be in Fox News or CNBC, or N NBC, or any, any stations CNN and become a fact reporter, when you don't even know the fact that what's to me? I'm gonna cover the facts or today. But what you're a taste me is that these guys get on TV, spewing the lies and misrepresentations so that the electorate ends up with a median savings account by dollars and average savings account of ninety five thousand dollars. This is just ridiculous. Let's start out. This article says are seven reasons why stocks are better than real estate. Let's just take them one at a time, by the way, the idiot, the wrote this articles navy Sean Lang goal. Yes. And this is from market, watch the articles out of marketwatch Sean, if you out there, listening, please, please come on the radio with me. Let me take your head off and show, you how embarrassed you be detail about stuff, you know, nothing about I will bring backs figures, people's deals financials, whatever you need. If you think you could stand up even one tenth of the proof of what you're saying, I don't think you could stand up any myself. So let's talk about liquidity. He is saying the number one reason that stocks are better than real estate because stocks are liquid. If you wanna get out, you can get out. All right. Let's explain to you. This is a misrepresentation. The reason you can get out of stocks is two reasons. One there's liquid market for it there. That's granted, but to you have to get out at the price they're willing to let you out at. In other words, if the stock market, you bought a stock one hundred dollars a share, and it went down to seventy five dollars a share. Yes, you could get out, immediately at seventy five dollars a share. But that's not what you're saying what you're saying real estate is bought this piece of real estate for one hundred thousand dollars. Now it's worth four hundred thousand and it took me thirty days. He said forty five days to sell it. Of course, it took forty five days, we're looking for a greater fool didn't pay.
"sean lang" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'm Robin banks five oh five on your wakeup, call KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Let's say good morning to ABC's. Chris Vlasto Chris first off welcome to wake up call. You are one of the hosts of the investigation podcast on ABC news tells just real quickly. What is the investigation podcast? What's it all about? Well, the investigation podcasts we started about two months ago. And it's a show that we were exploring leading up to the Muller report in interviewing guests awaiting the reports that we've had most of the Trump's lawyers. We've had Lanny Lanny Davis we've had John Podesta to try to. Have a longer conversation about the the Muller investigation. And we're going to branch off now that we're coming to an end of the Muller investigation or at least the conclusions coming out next week. We are going to branch off into the many other investigations that exist. In the congressional elections going forward. But you know, today, we did a special bonus addition last night about WikiLeaks founder being arrested, Julian Assange, how did you get in touch with this friend of his to find out what were some of Julian Assange fears, Sean Langan is what is a documentary filmmaker who I actually had hired to kind of help us as we say book Julian Assange during this over the last year because because obviously Julian Assange has become a player in the Muller investigation as the guy who perhaps, you know, as the conduit for the hacked Russian emails for Hillary Clinton's Email, so I had hired him, and he had become a friend or not a friend journal reporter that was one of the few that got to visit Julian Assange in his larynx he called in the Ecuadorian embassy. And he paints an amazing portrait of a guy who slowly I think over the last year has grown very fearful and scared of the situation that actually happened yesterday. And he he describes a man who's kind of slowly deteriorating over the last few years. He's been in the sector dorien as he said, a gilded cage, Julian Assange is very afraid of coming to an American prison. He says he's afraid of being beaten in jail. I think some Langan actually suggested though, it's more likely that he'll end up in one of the supermax prisons sitting in solitary confinement, which also made Assange very fearful don't think that anyone who saw that video of him sort of kicking and screaming being dragged out of the embassy yesterday. We saw such different man than sort of the very I dunno Quast in sort of euro, looking Julian Assange that we had seen before. Short white hair and whatnot yesterday. We saw somebody with long hair pulled back in a bun sort of almost like a mountain man beard. You could tell something had changed significantly over that seven years, and actually Sean said it's really over the last year, though, that there was a quick deterioration and actually the Ecuadorians he said, we're playing mind games with signs during these visits when he'd go into the embassy that Ecuadoreans would hand to signs pieces of paper and make them sign it. So he was consistently thinking, oh my God. This is the day. I'm going to go. And you know, what makes Sean Langan a unique person to know what what what Julian Assange is going through. He himself on Langan was a hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan. So he understands this idea of being in captivity. So he saw the deterioration himself. Although in some ways captivity it was sort of Julian Assange is choice. I guess. To go into the Ecuadorian assembly embassy and seek this asylum and whatnot. But at the same time, you hear these stories coming out of the Ecuadorian government about his behavior in that facility it from the outside looking in it feels like Julian Assange had run of the place, and was sort of almost like, the the people inside were almost just kind of watching this like, you know, sometimes disheveled Nayan or man who didn't clean up after himself in a cat and all these stories that we keep hearing sort of running around. And you went what's going on inside that place. Sean Langan says that's not true, Sean Lang says that Jillian the size was not that these are just stories that the Ecuadorians or perhaps even the CIA is putting out about to Liam Assange. He says every time he's visited in. Although the the quarters are cramped. He was he was always, you know, put together, and he said, actually, Julian Assange was very upset about a New York Times story that I think. Described that he had smelly socks and and that actually embarrassed greatly. So according to online, those stories are greatly exaggerated. I think are just a way to play mind games. According to him to Julian Assange, by whatever was coming out of the embassy. Interesting. Chris thank you so much for sharing this and people can get the rest of the story on your podcast the investigation. Chris bosto-? Thank you so much thank yous. Nice talking to talking to you too. All right. Take care. Well, that's fascinating. Because all we've heard is the other side that, you know, Julian was, you know, not the best guest, shall we say he was behaving badly. But this reddened says when he would go there he was fine. And he wasn't smelly. And no word about the cats and all of these stories that we've been hearing. So we'll see how it all sakes out. But just interesting that Julian Assange has biggest thing is that he's our biggest fears that he's going to get beat up in prison and. You know, it just goes to show you that he did probably live, especially I've found out this morning that the Ecuadorian government paid a million dollars a year to keep Julian Assange there. And I think there's a whole other story to that as handles been mentioning why why would they keep him there for that long? Especially at that cost a million dollars a year. What did the Ecuadorian government have to gain by paying a million dollars a year to keep this guy? So there there's just a whole lot more. We're going to learn well, let's get back to some of the other stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour newsroom, riverside counties. New sheriff says an illegal immigrant who shot and killed his girlfriend in front of a cop in cathedral city should have been deported years ago. This is a an exclusive report from KFI Steve Gregory bought because of the previous Riverside County sheriff's personal sanctuary policy ice agents were never notified about the guys long rap sheet going back to twenty nine he was in our custody. I believe several times. For domestic violence related crimes, and he should have been deported from those and had I been the sheriff. He would not have been released without being turned over to ice. I did the previous administration dropped the ball on this guy. Probably so Bianco is the new sheriff. But was a Lieutenant under former sheriff stand sniff previous administration. Are you talking top down? What was it is it a written policy or was it an understanding what was it? It was not a written policy. Nothing was ever written policy because it went against what the law said at the time. So we had a policy that was verbal from the top down that instructed our jails that we would not cooperate with ice anymore that we would not cooperate with homeland security in the release of inmates. We would not hinder them, but we would not cooperate in January. Roberto tapioca confronted his girlfriend in the parking lot of a big five sports in cathedral city. Someone called nine one one. Harassing and yelling. And I think he was hitting the girl and behind the parking lot on the FIS. It could either city in a local cop pulled in the officer saw tapioca shoot. The woman later identified as twenty three year old towel narrow. Three hundred ten rocketed ID. The cops dash Cam shows minero collapse onto the pavement minutes later. She dies from a single gunshot through the heart. The cops you to tap. It gets chaotic. The video shows taffy trying multiple times to pull back the slide on his thirty-eight caliber, but that gun jamming. Champios hit a few times falls to the ground but rolls over and keeps aiming the gun at the officer his gun still jammed. Finally, tapioca quits.
"sean lang" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"Happy new year to you too. At the time of taping. This things in the world. I would say are bit unstable. The markets are unstable the economy is I don't know. Does anyone ever really know? That's that is a good point. Does anyone ever period? I should have just yes does anyone ever really know rhetorical total. But here's the problem. Much of investing in financial planning does rely on a little bit of knowledge. In fact, a little bit of foreknowledge effect. You have to make basically a prediction when you're buying one stock versus thousands of others, you are predicting that that is going to be the better investment deciding to put a little bit more an international or US stocks trying to make prediction of which is going to be the better bet. The whole point of retirement planning is doing something. So that when that time comes ten twenty thirty years from now, you're gonna have enough money. So you have to make some predictions. There's a problem and that is. Humans kind of stink at predictions. I find it. Kind of interesting. I'm a bit of a collector of predictions. I even have a folder in my Evernote because partially I wanna see who's particularly good at predictions partially because when people make predictions, they have some interesting points to make in supporting the predictions, but the bottom line is generally people aren't very good at it. One of my favorite examples. I think have used on the show before was one of those end of the year articles and business week was the end of two thousand seven they asked six highly paid finally tired Wall Street types, how they thought the Dow would end in two thousand and eight now at the point the Dow was little over thirteen thousand every single one of these people expected the Dow to go up about an average to fifteen thousand what happened in two thousand eight not good not good. It dropped to about eight thousand. So a forty percent drop worst year for the stock market since the great depression. And it's one of those glaring examples of how you have people who. Who have all the resources that you supposedly could ask for to make these predictions, and they all got it wrong. And they're plenty studies that have looked over bigger. Periods of time. One is study it was done by see X advisory. They called it their guru grades. So they did from two thousand five to two thousand twelve I collected six thousand five hundred eighty two forecasts about the stock market from sixty eight experts, and they didn't even just look at the predictions from that time period, they went back to their archive. So the oldest prediction went back as far as nineteen ninety eight. What was the average guru accuracy forty-seven, actually what they call it? Guru accuracy. Who accuracy forty seven point four percent. How a coin flip a little worse than the most accurate person. Was right. Sixty eight percent, right. It's still wrong. One out of every three times worse, by the way. Accuracy rate of twenty percent. This person still has a money management firm and still is in the media making. It's quite it's quite remarkable. So once again, we're here at the end of the year, you're probably reading all kinds of articles about what two thousand nineteen is like I always like to take this opportunity. Look back at some of the predictions from two thousand eighteen to see what happened, and there are a few that jumped out at me a couple that were highlighted in article on market watch by Sean Lang Lewis. I don't know if I got its name right there highlight people in particular one is rate Delio, he is considered one of great investors of all time..