17 Burst results for "Seven Twenty Eight Years"

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hi how are you I'm good how are you good thank you for taking my call of course my question is I am having difficulty finding suitable filters for my furnace my friend is is is old itself probably around twenty seven twenty eight years old and I'm only finding the expensive filters then the pre so extremely close together and I'm afraid that math finest may break down in the middle one thank you for the filters dad been the last one I purchased was the Phil treat ten eighty five and it I spoke to a representative and old sweat persisted right that is too heavy duty for mine and again I just need to know where to go you know to to to and you know plans to build what size is the filter that you need sixteen by twenty five by one okay and I mean if you if you go to any hardware store and you do a sixteen by twenty five by one that is a standard size that you absolutely can find and if you're looking for something that has you know a little bit what they call up a lower move rating which is the resistance there are like the ace brand pleaded filters they do a really nice job of filtering the air and they don't restrict the air as much and you'll get the benefits of you know good filtration good flow through the furnace and you shouldn't have any issue with your furnace breaking down okay and they're available at eight eight they're absolutely a hundred percent to twenty five a sixteen by twenty five by one all day okay now the one you speaking of do do they also have the plea they are but I'd be pleased land and need something that's a little wide apart not something that's so close you can barely see you know between the piano I I know it's talking about the still treat is more is that still treat is more dense bees ace ones are not these will work out just fine for you okay do you have a particular name of a brand of them at a site where the brand is that a story yeah okay thank you at I have one quick question I don't know if you can answer this hopefully will I'll give it a shot I have admin diligently trying to find a expose of carpenter to that amendment baseboard on first floor special in my living room the base board on one in hi Dan on the other in and it's not furnace room is in the living room and I'm getting coming from under the baseboards and I am trying to get the base get the get the one of the ones on the first floor lower in my kitchen and living room and I'm just having difficulty with it and I thought about in space in the kitchen putting some caulking under there but I'm afraid that it may look too tacky the fact is split copying under it so I I don't know what else to do but the wind shear and know that the one in the living room someone said the room it needs to be lowered trim itself yes if the if the the base well you call the base to round the corner around it okay and what part of Chicago do you live in your sandal January okay I think that what I would probably do is start your search for a good carpenter in your area are you online at all you get online at all earn okay really is go to a website called home advisors dot com or any Angie's list dot com or you can go to actually the better business bureau as well they have lists teens for for different contractors so you can work and you can probably find a you know a carpentry contractor in your area.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"I'd never really thought about money except is something that was holding me back and making my life difficult. But for the first time, money was something that was exciting me and looking at the spreadsheet was exciting me and seeing the progress I was making was exciting me. And after two years I get to zero and I've got some assets in the asset column. I probably had a little bit of debt if I was at zero Knight's message. But I was at zero for total net worth. And that was kind of the moment in my life that I realized, hey, I'm not stuck in what I grew up with. I'm not stuck in where I been for the first twenty seven or twenty eight years of my life. I can actually get to a point of and I didn't know these terms at the time, but I can get to the point financial independence and financial freedom, and I can get to the point where I'm not living everyday paycheck to paycheck. And that was kind of the eye opening. And I know that was a long. Story, but that's kind of the I opener for me and that was the start of my relationship with money and I didn't realize at the time, but looking back, that was the start of all of this. I'm impressed that your friends we're talking about investing at all like, oh, I feel like I'm behind the curve. I think you're hanging out with really great people when you're twenty seven, twenty eight who are talking about this because I can tell you my twenty seven twenty eight year old self was not talking about investing with my friends. Well, I'll tell you these were three friends that I went to college with and to this day there my three best friends, one of them literally lives next door. When I moved back to Maryland, I bought the house next door to him and one. I'm still in California. One of them's now living in Spain with his family, basically retired, and I've found that of the four of us. I've always kind of been on what least successful, but they've kind of taught me. We all have different strengths. I'm the only entrepreneur of the group, but we all have our strengths when it comes to money and investing. And part of the reason I think we've all. All been successful to some degree at financial independence is because we have each other to kind of bounce ideas off of and keep each other motivated. It took a long time before I was able to admit to them that I was in debt. And the reason I wasn't participating in those conversations wasn't because I didn't know anything that was part of it, but part of it was I didn't have any money, but once I realized that it was safe to talk to them and have these discussions, it was amazing having people around you that you can have these honest and open discussions with about money really makes things easier because a lot of people go through that struggle of being in debt and not knowing how to get started and not knowing how to get educated. And when you can't talk about it with anybody, it's not gonna change. You're not gonna ever feel like you're in a position where you're comfortable enough to go out and make a change because you're scared to tell people what's going on. You have to be comfortable. And so I was very lucky to have some friends that allowed me to be comfortable to learn from them and we learn from each other. Okay. I've got like a thousand comments. First of all, I. Went to explain my left or what you said you're the least successful because people who are listening to this show may not know who Jay Scott is. He's a pretty successful flipper. I don't know if you know this Jay, but you wrote what like the number one book on flipping or something like that. We sell eighty six million copies of minute or something like that. The book on flipping houses. You literally wrote the book and I believe you are now a little more successful than you are when you were twenty seven, I am, but it it's all relative. And here's the thing. The most important thing I've learned in this time is that NetWorth number isn't what makes you successful? You want to have enough money that you can do the things that you consider priorities, but above and beyond that it's what you do with your life and your time and your family and giving.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"I'd never really thought about money except is something that was holding me back and making my life difficult. But for the first time, money was something that was exciting me and looking at the spreadsheet was exciting me and seeing the progress I was making was exciting me. And after two years I get to zero and I've got some assets in the asset column. I probably had a little bit of debt if I was at zero Knight's message. But I was at zero for total net worth. And that was kind of the moment in my life that I realized, hey, I'm not stuck in what I grew up with. I'm not stuck in where I been for the first twenty seven or twenty eight years of my life. I can actually get to a point of and I didn't know these terms at the time, but I can get to the point financial independence and financial freedom, and I can get to the point where I'm not living everyday paycheck to paycheck. And that was kind of the eye opening. And I know that was a long. Story, but that's kind of the I opener for me and that was the start of my relationship with money and I didn't realize at the time, but looking back, that was the start of all of this. I'm impressed that your friends we're talking about investing at all like, oh, I feel like I'm behind the curve. I think you're hanging out with really great people when you're twenty seven, twenty eight who are talking about this because I can tell you my twenty seven twenty eight year old self was not talking about investing with my friends. Well, I'll tell you these were three friends that I went to college with and to this day there my three best friends, one of them literally lives next door. When I moved back to Maryland, I bought the house next door to him and one. I'm still in California. One of them's now living in Spain with his family, basically retired, and I've found that of the four of us. I've always kind of been on what least successful, but they've kind of taught me. We all have different strengths. I'm the only entrepreneur of the group, but we all have our strengths when it comes to money and investing. And part of the reason I think we've all. All been successful to some degree at financial independence is because we have each other to kind of bounce ideas off of and keep each other motivated. It took a long time before I was able to admit to them that I was in debt. And the reason I wasn't participating in those conversations wasn't because I didn't know anything that was part of it, but part of it was I didn't have any money, but once I realized that it was safe to talk to them and have these discussions, it was amazing having people around you that you can have these honest and open discussions with about money really makes things easier because a lot of people go through that struggle of being in debt and not knowing how to get started and not knowing how to get educated. And when you can't talk about it with anybody, it's not gonna change. You're not gonna ever feel like you're in a position where you're comfortable enough to go out and make a change because you're scared to tell people what's going on. You have to be comfortable. And so I was very lucky to have some friends that allowed me to be comfortable to learn from them and we learn from each other. Okay. I've got like a thousand comments. First of all, I. Went to explain my left or what you said you're the least successful because people who are listening to this show may not know who Jay Scott is. He's a pretty successful flipper. I don't know if you know this Jay, but you wrote what like the number one book on flipping or something like that. We sell eighty six million copies of minute or something like that. The book on flipping houses. You literally wrote the book and I believe you are now a little more successful than you are when you were twenty seven, I am, but it it's all relative. And here's the thing. The most important thing I've learned in this time is that NetWorth number isn't what makes you successful? You want to have enough money that you can do the things that you consider priorities, but above and beyond that it's what you do with your life and your time and your family and giving.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And that was what was happening at the time on thankfully my brother and i had some cash from the americans that that realized how hard on unbelievable we were we were leaving the time but imagine what would happen if we couldn't afford to pay the police we would end up being sent back the somalia and then what would happen we wear a perfect target for alshabaab because that's the reason that i'll show was bumming kenya so that kenyans could turn against the refugees under of jeez come back the somalian and that would be an easy way fraud chamo up to start recruiting young men who lost hope on who had been kicked out of everywhere else on this is almost now it's twenty seven twenty eight years of war that that's happening in somalia so we have an entire generation that's uneducated hopeless on just wondering what to do in their lives now europe is closing its doors they're so civil war in in yemen and the united states had somali under the the least of this country that can never i mean cannot come into the you as so this i will talk about the travel ban this is a great gift for all shebab to start recruiting right i want to ask you about the travel ban in one second 'cause i know it's impacted you very personally but you know th through this combination of just sheer will and perseverance and a lot of good luck and some amazing people helping you who had heard your story along the way you manage to get on an airplane in land in boston what was it like stepping out into into logan airport and being in america for the first time it was going to mars you know what would happen if you if if someone told you that you were going to mars today and i i was wondering if the gravitation in america felt you know i i can't off the plane on everyone else will will so busy on these americans knew where they were going you know they they were able to carry their lives out of the plane on you know move forward to the to the terminal but i i s to their from minute you know just you know just wondering america you know i it it felt amazing and i remember being down on just being the most excited man in the world that that evening august eleven two thousand fourteen and then i proceed inside the airport on you know there were breaking news of the time i brown we'll shouldn't kill but i i really did not want to pay any attention to that i mean i realize that so many americans with frowned angry and sat on the we're not talking to each other and they were looking on their phones i kept talking to everyone in the line you know how's it going what's your name on man it was it was going through the doors of heaven that night when did you get your first dunkin donuts coffee and donuts in heaven i got my first dunkin donuts coffee august twelfth the day after i arrived so the family i live with in in yarmouth maine these wide american family that sponsored mandate said we have a police for you to to stay i would like to say because i america did not treat me us for a few gee when i came to boston that evening i was treated as as anybody else you know someone from canada our england so i was not given a refugee assistance i was not giving a trauma counseling or anything like that so because this was diversity lottery and diversity lottery sonoda refugee lottery so they said you know welcome to the united states and no you're you're on your own so you need to find a place to stay on unique find a job but your legal we're going to give you a green card so that's basically what happened on on you know definitively that i stayed with i was so lucky because they give me a place to stay on the second day going to dunkin donuts for hot chocolate was part was part of the orientation that i received that day beginning from how to make breakfast you know with excellent toast and how to use the dishwasher on you know the the oval and everything else you know so i've go into dunkin donuts was was part of the orientation because it was like a two mile walk from where we lived on we walked down on.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"And that was what was happening at the time on thankfully my brother and i had some cash from the americans that that realized how hard on unbelievable we were we were leaving the time but imagine what would happen if we couldn't afford to pay the police we would end up being sent back the somalia and then what would happen we wear a perfect target for alshabaab because that's the reason that i'll show was bumming kenya so that kenyans could turn against the refugees under of jeez come back the somalian and that would be an easy way fraud chamo up to start recruiting young men who lost hope on who had been kicked out of everywhere else on this is almost now it's twenty seven twenty eight years of war that that's happening in somalia so we have an entire generation that's uneducated hopeless on just wondering what to do in their lives now europe is closing its doors they're so civil war in in yemen and the united states had somali under the the least of this country that can never i mean cannot come into the you as so this i will talk about the travel ban this is a great gift for all shebab to start recruiting right i want to ask you about the travel ban in one second 'cause i know it's impacted you very personally but you know th through this combination of just sheer will and perseverance and a lot of good luck and some amazing people helping you who had heard your story along the way you manage to get on an airplane in land in boston what was it like stepping out into into logan airport and being in america for the first time it was going to mars you know what would happen if you if if someone told you that you were going to mars today and i i was wondering if the gravitation in america felt you know i i can't off the plane on everyone else will will so busy on these americans knew where they were going you know they they were able to carry their lives out of the plane on you know move forward to the to the terminal but i i s to their from minute you know just you know just wondering america you know i it it felt amazing and i remember being down on just being the most excited man in the world that that evening august eleven two thousand fourteen and then i proceed inside the airport on you know there were breaking news of the time i brown we'll shouldn't kill but i i really did not want to pay any attention to that i mean i realize that so many americans with frowned angry and sat on the we're not talking to each other and they were looking on their phones i kept talking to everyone in the line you know how's it going what's your name on man it was it was going through the doors of heaven that night when did you get your first dunkin donuts coffee and donuts in heaven i got my first dunkin donuts coffee august twelfth the day after i arrived so the family i live with in in yarmouth maine these wide american family that sponsored mandate said we have a police for you to to stay i would like to say because i america did not treat me us for a few gee when i came to boston that evening i was treated as as anybody else you know someone from canada our england so i was not given a refugee assistance i was not giving a trauma counseling or anything like that so because this was diversity lottery and diversity lottery sonoda refugee lottery so they said you know welcome to the united states and no you're you're on your own so you need to find a place to stay on unique find a job but your legal we're going to give you a green card so that's basically what happened on on you know definitively that i stayed with i was so lucky because they give me a place to stay on the second day going to dunkin donuts for hot chocolate was part was part of the orientation that i received that day beginning from how to make breakfast you know with excellent toast and how to use the dishwasher on you know the the oval and everything else you know so i've go into dunkin donuts was was part of the orientation because it was like a two mile walk from where we lived on we walked down on.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on First Things First

"Go walk into a ring for all those reasons i don't think it's quite as simple and that's not even to mention that you're not gonna have him till christmas i don't think it's quite as simple as you're making it out to be you got to visit pieces with lebron james yes you got to opera tony at twenty seven twenty eight year old guy who's rb fitzy plan his league you got a chance to try him out you get a free trial basically for five million dollars i'm not worried about qua at this point is probably next year but i get the put my young course if it can fit civic and mix if it don't it doesn't hurt me going into twenty nine hundred i still got to put pieces around the twenty nineteen class ain't that great no but what if what if what if the lakers in their theory was okay would let him try out with golden state because we not competing with golden state this year we got lebron for four years what about we put him with cousins in year nineteen twenty and twenty one like compared to he's in in because he's because you're only going to have in for one season in that season being abbreviated now i like the fact having rondo on the roster because if cousins is healthy rondos already owned the roster all i do is give him another one year deal and i can go out and get cousins next year after we have seen him come back from that injury you have to be concerned about that achilles injury the only reason why he's on a one year deal is because that achilles injury and i believe that the lakers if you want boogie and i do believe that the stretch fours and fives they have helped lebron but this is not the most important year as far as competing against golden state next year and the year after that will they really have an operative that's why that's why you take the chance because it's not that important ear it you got to see if he can fit in which a young guys right now if you not making a trade for quite he's a good fit what you got going on right now especially if you have rondo to the equation if you have a guy that's just play with him he was unin control you know he was on the control this year he wasn't also he believed playing for max contract and so you can argue well he's now he's going to be in the same scituate i this this is the one thing to before about let's let's just let me put something on this year people that are around him not only on the court it wet and just the max contract here he's figured out some things off the court like he's doing better socially also now we saw it as basketball fans own the court twentyfive in twelve but as a human being right because there are people that have concerns about him you know these are real concerns it's not as he's a bad persons house if he breaks the law but he's got some i would say mental mental health issues yes are very real and listen as odd as this sound i'd feel better about boogie on a two year deal for more money because i think he's going to feel more secure and happier boogie on a team that he's going to go to an instantly be the second best player which is what he would be on the laker team where he's only there he's only there starting beginning january call it where he's playing for max contract where he doesn't have the carrot at the end of the year the golden state which is a near guaranteed championship all of that concerns me also the fact that on a one year deal you you don't have his bird rights you can't then go over the cap to bring him back that concerns me lebron and the young players all learning to play together one way and then boogie comes back learn play together and other way also i i'm not discounting this report i'm sure there is mostly truth to it but the timeline of this now we are now talking about a lot of things that must have happened in a very short window of time i mean free agency opened midnight saturday night sunday morning depending on how you look.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on First Things First

"Go walk into a ring for all those reasons i don't think it's quite as simple and that's not even to mention that you're not gonna have him till christmas i don't think it's quite as simple as you're making it out to be you got to visit pieces with lebron james yes you got to opera tony at twenty seven twenty eight year old guy who's rb fitzy plan his league you got a chance to try him out you get a free trial basically for five million dollars i'm not worried about qua at this point is probably next year but i get the put my young course if it can fit civic and mix if it don't it doesn't hurt me going into twenty nine hundred i still got to put pieces around the twenty nineteen class ain't that great no but what if what if what if the lakers in their theory was okay would let him try out with golden state because we not competing with golden state this year we got lebron for four years what about we put him with cousins in year nineteen twenty and twenty one like compared to he's in in because he's because you're only going to have in for one season in that season being abbreviated now i like the fact having rondo on the roster because if cousins is healthy rondos already owned the roster all i do is give him another one year deal and i can go out and get cousins next year after we have seen him come back from that injury you have to be concerned about that achilles injury the only reason why he's on a one year deal is because that achilles injury and i believe that the lakers if you want boogie and i do believe that the stretch fours and fives they have helped lebron but this is not the most important year as far as competing against golden state next year and the year after that will they really have an operative that's why that's why you take the chance because it's not that important ear it you got to see if he can fit in which a young guys right now if you not making a trade for quite he's a good fit what you got going on right now especially if you have rondo to the equation if you have a guy that's just play with him he was unin control you know he was on the control this year he wasn't also he believed playing for max contract and so you can argue well he's now he's going to be in the same scituate i this this is the one thing to before about let's let's just let me put something on this year people that are around him not only on the court it wet and just the max contract here he's figured out some things off the court like he's doing better socially also now we saw it as basketball fans own the court twentyfive in twelve but as a human being right because there are people that have concerns about him you know these are real concerns it's not as he's a bad persons house if he breaks the law but he's got some i would say mental mental health issues yes are very real and listen as odd as this sound i'd feel better about boogie on a two year deal for more money because i think he's going to feel more secure and happier boogie on a team that he's going to go to an instantly be the second best player which is what he would be on the laker team where he's only there he's only there starting beginning january call it where he's playing for max contract where he doesn't have the carrot at the end of the year the golden state which is a near guaranteed championship all of that concerns me also the fact that on a one year deal you you don't have his bird rights you can't then go over the cap to bring him back that concerns me lebron and the young players all learning to play together one way and then boogie comes back learn play together and other way also i i'm not discounting this report i'm sure there is mostly truth to it but the timeline of this now we are now talking about a lot of things that must have happened in a very short window of time i mean free agency opened midnight saturday night sunday morning depending.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Without you know basically cutting that team everything they have so that would require him i mean is it tampering if he's the one calling other teams chris now one thing one thing the nba just basically i mean they i don't know when they decided this but it probably around two thousand eight when you guys really started palling around these olympic teams you know they decided there's no such thing as player tampering you know owners can't talk you know they they get tough on you know executives talking to agents ahead of time you know they don't wanna hear about pre set up meetings or magic talking kimmel dropping a joke to kimmel even like you know that reported meeting with the lakers you know talking to their staff tampering for what i was told it was like a meeting of the staff but everybody was kind of talking to magic johnson you know basically saying you know don't go row doll you during this process because he got burned once on this so that kind of stuff that the the nba is is is tight as they can be on but players doing stuff you know they're just not gonna police that so so lebron is the one who's calling daryl morey to figure this out or he calls chris paul to figure out like whether i i don't think lebron's call i think that it's clear on player and lebron reaching out to paul george lebron talking to chris paul these conversations have to be happening you know by now they happen all the time amongst players maybe demarcus cousins isn't is looped in on these texts chains or whatever they are but there's always a story behind how the sausage gets made out here in my art that story is always guys talking to each other so maybe a tim talking to chris paul the relays it to you know daryl morey i mean there's this stuff that goes on buying the scenes that that gets this kind of thing done chris mannix of yahoo joining me here what what do you make of the report that lebron says don't powerpoint me bro like i i don't need that when when it's all up and running for the free agency period the the the being rude part of it is is really for first time free agents and first time agents on the level of of lebron james or we saw you know kevin durant do it mean kevin durant was really a first time free agent when he invited all those people out to the hamptons lebron did it his first time around when everybody came out to sell him you know once you go through that even even carmelo spoke about this back to go with the two thousand eleven or twelve when he signed that that deal he's like i never want to go through that again i it's an exhaustive process it's an emotional process it's not fun me guys want to do it because their end of their contract or twenty seven twenty eight years old they want teams out there drooling over them but once they get through it they don't wanna do it again run significantly scaled it back the last time he was a free agent now it's going to be nonexistent.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"All those tools from quantum learning just flow that guy remember him saying why don't you ever yell but if i did yell than they would listen to me and tell telia that's it that's one thing of parents ju ju like because if you feel your kids and they're like oh well she telling me combat she's not yelling yet i don't even know you'll see else use keyed there are so many parallels that use talked about first of all i remember still being an appearance in class church in kind of the i think i don't remember the question was something about you can see you know you're yell at your you'll each other often in in a in i didn't tally you know i personally don't think that that's where you have to have that is part of your marriage and this woman said how the married the times ten years and we just wait right oh it i just you know now twenty seven twenty eight years married and it's like no still have to write and inside that i felt like that was the people can of giving you that advice rate that well it's you know you gotta you gotta schools not thought when i heard how thought round rate i thought we lag which is why i'm so passionate think about doing couples therapy to because i think that you can teach completely different paradigm of had a communique just like it sounds like you were doing in classroom gap and and it is and i think that a lot of people don't necessarily even believe are they don't know that that's a way to communicate as a teacher and student or is away with husband away i i mean analogy a dream of mine to go into class around and i dennis say four i led by just watched the teacher and say hey try this trade as teachers i mean i had a teacher car to me just recently and she wants to be a teacher but they classes kind of crazy and so they feel like the crazy or the classes the more that down.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BREATHE Motivation

BREATHE Motivation

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on BREATHE Motivation

"I want to understand what things are going to work and what things aren't going to work but i think sometimes were so scared you know we kinda imagine yourself poking your your foot into the water to see if it's cools right but sometimes we just really just get a dive in you know diving headfirst in you know we might get bellyflopping nettle hurt but you're going to give back up and you're gonna go out and do the things that you need to do so i think it's important for us to understand that you will weaken dive deep into your relationships we can dive deep into our work we can you know when you dive deep into those things in your more focused on those things guess what great results happen and we've gotta stop being so afraid of of doing that right so when we look at you know i look in you know my examples of anxiety right you know i didn't really understanding zaidi until i decided to divert little bit deeper and understand the kind of symptoms that i was having the kind of thoughts that i was having you know when i look it my anxiety a lot of the young when i i had a really dig or dive deep to find the root cause of mines icty and what i ended up finding out was one i found out i had anxiety right because i was having little panic attacks rings id attacks and no clue what they were and i was so afraid when i had i had my first one because my heart was racing my i was sweating i felt so dizzy and i really thought was dying i didn't know what was going on i was like oh my gosh i never felt like this nine are born to the hospital and they're like hey you're fine on on you know we don't see anything that's going on everything ear your levels seem normal your your heart rates elevated but it's not any kind of concern because you're you know at the time i think it was like twenty seven twenty eight years old and they're like yawn sent that big of a concern every little bit busy cool just give me some medicine to help you feel better but you know and and that was a that was that right so i.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"People to get insurance across state lines at an inexpensive price twenty eight million people were left behind by obama care do not have insurance two day this specifically targets and will help people who don't have insurance or people or for whom insurance to expect too expensive showa attacks you're just texted in says across state lines won't work expenses for rat businesses are different in each day yes but what people don't know as big corporations already do that they already crossed lines to buy insurance it's okay so it's not it's not like it's not heard of the differences though as an individual you guys can groove together now myself maybe with other broadcasters who who do something similar to what i do we in group together right if you're a ninja there's ninjas another stage you guys get the guys we've all these awesome ninjas hills and because our nature skills are amazing but we also put ourselves in danger you're on many occasions we really should group together so we can offset it mitigate the the risk and therefore cheaper and shirts and all the energies like go ahead guys we've been there ginger the opportunity is going to be there that's kind of what they're saying there's pretty simple stupid but that's stole point yielding they're talking about doing again as as you look at this that there's going to be more to it like everything they roll stuff out but the nuts and bolts and the crossing the ts dotting i's things have to be put together and this isn't going to happen tomorrow when you look at this i like the premise alight the idea it all sounds great but like everything else it's about the execution at this point and the importation rather than the thought process looks like you have figured out but the other thing that i i like is the all lockhart version essentially catastrophic healthcare you're twenty seven twenty eight years old you got no responsibilities your healthy you'll never.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KKAT

"People to get insurance across state lines at an inexpensive price twenty eight million people were left behind by obama care do not have insurance tuta this specifically targets and will help people who don't have insurance or people for for whom insurance is to expect too expensive showa attacks you're just texted in says across state lines won't work expenses for rat businesses are different in each state yes but what people don't know as big corporations already do that they already crossed lines to buy insurance it's okay so it's not it's not like it's not heard of the differences though as an individual you guys can group together now myself maybe with other broadcasters who who do something similar to what i do we in group together right if you're a ninja and there's ninjas and other states you guys get the guys we've all these awesome ninjas skills and because our nature skills are amazing but we also put ourselves in danger on many occasions we really should grouped together so we can offset in mitigate the the risk and therefore cheaper insurance and all the other injuries i ask why did you insurance the opportunity is going to be there that's kind of what they're saying that's pretty simple stupid but that stole point the other thing that talking about doing again as as you look at that that there's going to be more to it like everything they roll stuff out but the nuts and bolts than the crossing the ts dotting i's things have to be put together and this isn't going happened tomorrow when you look at this i like the premise alight the idea it all sounds great but like everything else it's about the execution at this point and the importation rather than the thought process looks like you have figured out but the other thing that i i like is the all lockhart version essentially catastrophic healthcare you're twenty seven twenty eight years old you got no responsibilities your healthy you never.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Have insurance or people for whom insurance is to expect too expensive showa attacks you're just texted in says across state lines won't work expenses for rat businesses are different in each day yes but what people don't know is big corporations already do that they already crossed lines to buy insurance it's okay so it's not it's not like it's not heard of the differences though as as an individual you guys can group together now myself maybe with other broadcasters who who do something similar to what i do we can group together right if you're a ninja and there's ninjas and other states you guys get the guys we've all these awesome ninjas skills and because our nature skills are amazing but we also put ourselves in danger on many cajun's we really should group together so we can offset in mitigating the risk and therefore cheaper insurance and all the energies glass did you insurance the opportunity is going to be there that's kind of what they're saying there's pretty simple stupid bet that stole point you'll think they're talking about doing again as as you look at that that there's going to be more to it like everything they roll stuff out but the nuts and bolts and the crossing the ts dotting i's things have to be put together and this isn't going to happen tomorrow when you look at this i like the premise light the idea it all sounds great but like everything else it's about the execution at this point and the importation rather than the thought process looks like yeah figured out but the other thing that i i like is the all lockhart version essentially catastrophic healthcare you're twenty seven twenty eight years old you got no responsibilities your healthy you.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And if you meet those guidelines i'm going to be fine with whatever you do now i don't borrow money i save up and pay cash for everything or i don't buy it because i made the decision years ago i'm never going to be and dad again and so that's the other thing is how cheap can you rent and you know our you can if you could sit there for three years and rent something really inexpensive and and you know just make it into an adventure and bank fifty or sixty grand a year and go crazy here just pay cash for two thousand or house three years from now i wouldn't call that wasting money on i would call that a really cool plan and so that's something to think of about how aggressive do you want to get on this i mean you could be said they're twenty seven twenty eight years old with a paid two hundred thousand lower house and your scenario and that's something to think about that's a really good idea as your set then i mean you're sitting there were no house payment making bank no payments of any kind making bank and you're gonna be moving up the man that that money's gonna polyps so fast and your generosity it's going to be amazing amazing where you would end up signing oh that's my first choice is the 100 percent down planned my second choice would be at least twenty percent down and avoids the pmi our fifteen year fixed rate or the time it's no more than a fourth of your take on this is the dave ramsey show.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"I'm twenty nine and i'm thirty so we got a couple sitting out there this twenty seven twenty eight years old listening their dating serious they're both listening to the dave ramsey thing they don't have to be convinced and um to tell them what to secret is doing this is a dating cup of what did you all due to get out of debt it was really important i guess i'm myself that uh we shut but strong foundation and so it is really nice that we were able to listen to you the same time 'cause you were talking a lot about that um so we started off growing financially together and then it kind of snowballed into other areas of our life um and i think through that we've been able to set up a foundation where we're both really confident going into marriage and um i think as long as you do those things in have each other doing it through uh the process i it really works and it's it's been awesome and if if they have each other um income growth through a uh the that's that's the key me at least and there was no mess innocence of combining the money and having weird stuff going on in your relations range yeah cool meghan what are you a treat what would you tell that young couple this listening yeah i think i i think it's definitely more about his finance says it open the way to do so much more thrice and the values and the and the principles that you use on paying off the diet and just in everything that you teach interest open up communication forest in so many other areas of our life together and um it i know he just it's so often and doing in as dini couple and now now that were engaged in i just feel like.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on KELO

"How are you hey might good about yourself doing great sure appreciate your taken the time join us in early look you know i i think that there is really not enough people stand up to the you know there's obvious we gotta be pressure coming from um you know whether it be the media that government out police chief to really sensor what he's going to say to the public in right inner again i think it could be smart maybe they don't wanna admitted ira them at the end of the day employees because maybe that abu the scare may it causes more hate crime but anyway aladi though i i was absolutely correct greater than can count readytowear and what that is as i i'm a conservative professional the of the area right the um you know twenty seven twenty eight years old there there's not enough people that stand up for that there's not even enough people are about it and my generation owed rather air college campus then then try to have a conversation doubt i'm tired i'm tired of the lack of of honest dialogue when it comes to race relations i'm just tired of it and and and we can were never going to solve it if we don't make an effort to be to be truthful an honest with each other about race will you know there is rations in america whites there are whites who are capable of hating sure she purely because of the color of one's skin but that's a too there are blacks who hate white people and and i i have to observe there's a lot of people in the.

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"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seven twenty eight years" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And this is jeff glynn and lift me up from his first solo album which came out old twenty seven twenty eight years ago arm care theater just reminder i'll be back in the this chair tonight sunday night into monday morning first a half of the program dave shock is one of the principles behind a fascinating project called cube set for disclosure cube sat as in cuba satellite a he and his team have raised money to launch a small cuba low earth orbit satellite that's about the size of a shoebox in its equipped with a digital steel camera so again they raised money to launch this thing in its its purpose is to hunt for you epos that said dave shock and cuba sat for disclosure in the first half then cofounder the co founder of a hedge fund michael kimmelman i was arrested as part of a huge insider trading case and while he was offered a no jail probation plea he refused maintaining his innocence kimmel kimmelman will lead discuss his time in prison and reflect on his experience before incarceration rubbing elbows with financial titans and making and losing hundreds of thousands of dollars in daily gambles on the street and it's all laid out in his book confessions of a wall street insider a cautionary tale of rats beds and banksters that's all on coast to coast a tonight into monday morning and i'll be your humble chatshow host a i don't know if you're a you've been following these these eat and greet said this eat and greet series the george noory is putting on it's fantastic it's an opportunity did have lunch with george at the great greek restaurant in sherman oaks california where you can enjoy gathering with other likeminded people as you have fun at lunch meet.

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