26 Burst results for "Seventeen Eighteen Years"

How Carlos Welch First Got in the Game

The Chip Race

02:11 min | 10 months ago

How Carlos Welch First Got in the Game

"I grew up like i said in the atlanta georgia area Grew up pretty. Poor am was a pretty good student in school. So i kinda like work my way up in Started you know. Having some moderate financial success for myself Eventually graduated college became a math teacher. And somewhere along the line along the way i found poker and i found poker because like i said grown up poor i was always looking for ways out of poverty and i used to mess around with these get rich quick schemes that you see the late night. Infomercials lost a lot of money. Going on certain days when i was probably seventeen eighteen years old and then one night i was watching and they said this guy named moneymaker won a bunch of money. And i'm thinking like who writes this shit like this is like. Obviously this one's a scam. I'm not falling for that. But i gave it. You know. I did a little research and i was like wait. This is real and sounds okay. This is going to be my quote unquote get risky scheme. That Starting me down that rabbit hole and so started playing a line around two thousand four and then singles primarily up until black friday Obviously that was like a disaster for a lot of us in the us. So i i was out for like a year and then these rogue. Us site started the pup. You can play on as so. I kinda got back in and at that time the sitting does are kinda dead so that started me on the tournaments and So this is around two thousand twelve and in two thousand thirteen I was a member of tournament. Poker edge and andrew brokers is one of the pros on that site. And so that's how i met andrew and Met him for the first time in person in vegas in twenty thirteen to get on the pie. And i think you pretty much. The rest is history from

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Are Probiotics Ready for Practice?

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Are Probiotics Ready for Practice?

"My first faculty position was a minority turkeys was introduced a college in dublin and was a gastroenterologist. They're not keeling was a very good friend of mine. He persuaded me that. The brain got access was relevant in relation to psychiatric illness at that time. Dopey really considered microbes within the got to be relevant in relation to the brain got access. And when i came back to cork seventeen or eighty years ago. A group of micro biologist and gastrologist decided that they're going to set up a new at brain got institute which we set up so i was involved in setting it up and at that stage. People thought michael might be important in relation to the brand. It wasn't at all clear so we begun researching the area. And i've been working in that area now for the past seventeen eighteen years. I'm a psychiatrist. And i decided at the very beginning that if we were going to engage in this research that we are going to publish the best journals out there because it's an emerging discipline. There's a certain degree of skepticism. About self our initial publications would have been been john peony s to the nineteen nineties. The general sense i got was that the brain is protected from the rest of the body by a tight web called the blood brain barrier other than stroke and a crane disorders and a few infections. There wasn't much that got in their back then. Psychopharmacology was all about synoptic festivals and neurotransmitters. But things have changed one landmark that stands out to me was two thousand thirteen. That was when dr trolls raisins group at emory published. The first randomized controlled trial of a medication that treats depression without even crossing the blood brain barrier. How did it work with saudi getting into the brain. The thought was that it treated depression. By reducing inflammation in the body. The medication was to the crisis factor antagonised inflexible and worked for treatment resistant depression but only in those who had elevated markers of inflammation like crp. You're probably not going to be using inflexible matt in everyday practice because it has to be given. Iv among other things but in this journal we featured a few articles lately on how to treat depression by reducing inflammation and dr dina's work on probiotics and the mind gut connection is one of them. But first let's hear from dr dean about what the gut microbiome is. The god microbiome is essentially the collection of micro organisms within the intestine. Now the majority of them are in the large in stein and the beat assed volume is carried bacteria. Now there are obviously viruses and fungi. There there are a variety of microbes. But we've largely focused on bacteria the golden microbial over navarine adult like you are. I is at least a kilo gram and weight. So it's it's quite a large wage. It's it's pretty much the same way. As the human brain really traditionally. We've always taken the view that their commencement. They don't do anything any harm there. There we feed them because we feed these bacteria as well but it really is only one in the last fifteen years that people have begun to realize that in fact there really is a synergistic relationship between these microbes and dos and was we might feed them that they in turn produce chemicals that our brain and other organs in our body absolutely choir how these gut bacteria influence the brain when i think they influence the brand in a variety of ways that be one of our database of boll is big areas of research over. The years is trying to anything. There are lots of unknown questions but the narva security very important majority. It's a long meandering nerve. It sends signals from brain. To got it sends signals from the brain we showed in taper in peony s their own twelve years ago. That sir microbes could only communicate with the brain. Is the vegas nerve was intact. So we did a gossipy in an animal. The microbe couldn't communicate with the brain. So the vegas nerve has very important author important.

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Zconomy: How Gen Z Will Change the Future of Business with Jason Dorsey

Entrepreneur on FIRE

29:22 min | 1 year ago

Zconomy: How Gen Z Will Change the Future of Business with Jason Dorsey

"Jason. Save up to fire nation and share. Something interesting about yourself that most people don't know sure what's up. Fire nation thrilled to be here with you. Huge fan fire nation. Everything about something that most people don't know about me is. I wrote my first book when i was eighteen years old and it was so successful. I ended up sleeping on the floor of a garage apartment with five thousand books that i had printed thinking somebody was going to buy them instead. They were furniture. So a bed of books means you're not selling as many books as you want to fire nation but guess what jason's grown he's matured and right. Now he's rocking z. Konami which is all about generation z. And how gen z is going to change the future of business. So i kind of want to start a few steps back jason. Because i'm just curious like how does one get into studying generations wide. Did that interest you. And why did you get into it. Yeah share well that. I book that i wrote when i was eighteen at ended up not selling it first and then becoming a real big bestseller and i started speaking all around the world and i ended up on sixty minutes and i was on. That show is all about millennials. And i'd written a bunch of books and started a company and everything was going great but after that show i started speaking all these corporate executives who are now our primary clients but i was speaking all these exact and he would say such terrible things about millennials and i am a millennial pretty fended lazier titled your pants or fall off. You live with your mom and all this stuff. And i'm like well. No actually. I have my own house in our own office building in my parents worked for me and my pants are on very snugly. Thank you very much. And so so after that i remembered Clear as day. I was in this boardroom. Big public company and the ceo had said Some things about millennial employees. That i just i didn't fully believe and i'd spoken about half a million millennials at that time and so i asked him because i didn't know any better. Now i serve on lots of corporate boards. You know one of the couples on sold for eleven billion dollars. I live in this world now. But back then i didn't i didn't i didn't know and it was really a set up for success so i asked him i said is there any way i can see your data about millennials because you say the turnovers hiring. They're not as engaged and on and on i. I love to understand better. So i can conceptualize it and maybe help also for so. There are a lecture or whatever so they sent the data to me. And the data didn't match with the ceo had just said in the boardroom which basically never happened. Ceo's don't go off the cuff in front of their boards prickly a private publicly-held company like that. So i asked my wife who has a phd. I said denise you know this is. The strangest thing was just in this room with this pretty famous. Ceo they said all these things with great conviction then. I looked at the data and the data doesn't match what they just said. I said what do you think we should do. And she looked at me and she says we start a research for. She's up because if they don't even know their own data if we can help them to understand their data make better decisions and we can really great copy and help lots of peoplesoft. Lots of challenges and so. That's how we got into this thirteen years ago. We founded the center for generational kinetics. We lead research all around the world for many of the biggest brands in the world. And all about separating generational myth from truth through data so leaders can make great decisions whether you're a startup or venture capital or your bootstrapping yet or you're in a big public company getting accurate data and being able to make decisions based on that increases the likelihood of success de risk strategies. That you're looking at drives innovation and so forth and we found that generations in particular or one area where there was just so much myth and so much misinformation and if we gave people great information that it could take action and that was incredibly exciting. We've had seven hundred clients since then which is pretty wild and done studies all around the world and just love it absolutely it now. Your ceo is just flat out wrong when it came to millennials and you had the data to back it up. Did you ever go back to him. And just be like joe burrow. Check us out. you're wrong in also my pants. They're pretty snug. Check them out. I know that was a quiet. But i really do credit him and i if it wasn't such a negative story i would say what company is because it's really big famous company but But no but. I do believe that he something that we saw frequently. Which is the idea that generations older generations. Think of millennials through the lens of their kids or their grandkids and so that that becomes a proxy for the whole generation. And in fact when we wrote the economy book new book. What we found is the same thing was happening again and there was all this misinformation and it just wasn't true and that's why we spent less two years right in the book is because we've got to clear this up because when people have the wrong impression about an entire generation it leads to so many problems for everybody. Everybody loses so no. I never never corrected him on it. But i do give him credit for sparking the idea. I'm glad that you do give them credit for sparking that idea because sometimes fire nation. Is those things you just like you know. I'm not just quite sure about that. Let me look into it. They can really uncover some great opportunities in one thing. That i think is a huge problem in this world in general and especially when you're talking about generations is just regurgitation. You'll hear one person on one talk. Show say one thing. And then you'll regurgitate it. And then somebody else regurgitates regurgitation and like seven layers down. You're like how'd you hear that. They're like oh. I don't really know like somebody just mentioned it and like now you're speaking it like it's the truth and it's just regurgitation of what you know is something that has no data to back it up. So what most people get wrong jason when it comes to generations break that down for us shared. There's a few things that jump out. The first is this belief. Generations are a box or stereotype and that is absolutely not true. We're generational researchers. This is what we do more than sixty five generational studies and what we see is generations are not a box but what they really are powerful clues and as long as we used them as clues and only clues to dry faster connection trust and influence in create all kinds of positive outcomes. We don't wanna put people in boxes. We wanna use this as clues. So we can figure out how to better lead market sell collaborate innovate and so forth. And when you sort of at that level people seem to really embrace it because it just gives them another lens to better connect. So i think the first is people think. Generations are boxes or stereotypes. And they're not in fact. Our clues are driven by math. We look for what's called predictability by scenario so that's the first thing that people i think it wrong. The second is this idea that generations are the same around the world. Now one of the things that we've uncovered repeatedly in our work. We publish all this on our website. Is that generations vary by geography so for example in the us will see differences between urban and rural within the same generation. And that i work a lot outside the us and we'll see differences. Has we travel around the world and that's important because if you're a global company or frankly a global brand fire nation is you want to make sure that you really representing each of the different geographies. And what makes them different now. One cool thing that we've uncovered and we talk a lot about this bunches. Economy is the most consistent generation the world. now that doesn't mean exactly the same but the most similar generation the world is now gen z. Gnc's about twenty three twenty four years old. The oldest and the reason the most similar is because of cheap mobile technology so if you live in different countries around the world you might even get your phone for free as long as you use it for payment. Think about it started using a text. Payer sort of like a mobile credit card in different parts of the world and because we've driven the cost of a mobile down solo basically two zero in many places now. All the sudden young people around the world are having access to entertainment news information dating banking on and on and on and as a result of that. We're seeing a lot more similarities. As i travel all around the world the younger you get but interestingly the older you get even to gen xer baby boomers from a different planet as you travel around the world. So that's something people get wrong. And then the last thing that i think people get wrong. And is they have to deal with a bunch. Is people confuse life. Stage or age with generation. So for example jen's is now twenty four but when we do studies and ask people how do you think the average millennial is they'll say twenty five as if we didn't keep getting older you never talking about millennials for fifteen years. Say there they're now forty. I think that's a board it because you stay in the saying generation but you pass through different life stages and frequently people confuse the two and it's very important to understand the difference because if you're trying to market or employer build a business that targets different groups generations gives you all these clues but we got to distinguish between the generation which travels up right at ages up baby boomers for teenagers versus life. Stage for example high school or college which are still pretty similar ages as they have been for the last four years and so knowing. The difference helps you to understand that. Yes really interesting. How people always confuse age with generations. And how that all goes. I mean you know. I was just talking to a friend the other day literally. He's in his late thirties. I'm in my late thirties. And he's just going off and riffing about jenner. How millennials or just entitled and all this stuff and it looks like you know where millennials. He's like oh no. I'm definitely not a millennial mike. Well we're we're like the oldest millennials millennials. And he's like well. I need to look at that. And so it was funny. He came back. We know there's actually a lot of great things about millennials and he's now like listing off all the good things because he now is identifying himself as a millennial so it's really interesting fire nation and yes. We do get older. That is what happens to all generations and all human beings foreshore. And we're gonna die something. I'm pretty excited about as soon as we get back from our break which is about how generational work is actually going to solve challenges for both entrepreneurs that's you fire nation and companies as well as soon as we get back think is the best platform to create market and sell your own online courses in. We speak from personal experience. 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It's an extremely passionate about and what we're seeing much of the opportunity being created today has a generational trend or thesis. It's the adoption of new technology new solutions or bringing a different way to look at old problems and when that happens that's where both change and frustration and challenge and frankly companies go out of business but it's also wear new opportunities are created so i'm speaking with entrepreneurs and working with entrepreneurs were trying to look at what are millennials and particularly gen z. Doing right now that you might want to be able to build a business around or leverage as their pine power influence increases so for the first time what we're seeing is technology trends are rippling from the youngest to the oldest and that's a huge shift. It used to be from the oldest more affluent down to the youngest. But now we're seeing younger. People are actually driving tech adoption up to the older but the key as an entrepreneur mississippi that we coach entrepreneurs about is being able to sort of step out of your generation and look at it through the lens of another generation. it's what we call generational contexts. One of the best ways to do that is actually bring members of that generation into the conversation. I can't tell you how many times i'm speaking at places. And they're asking me all these questions about millennials or gen z and. I'm like well. Why don't we invite some of them to the conversation. Let's talk to them. Uh let's actually talk with them. See what they say. Say get and so. I think when you look at bringing generational diversity into the workplace into innovation. You can solve all kinds of interesting challenges. I'll give example right now. What we're seeing is the gen z and even younger millennials. I talk about both of these in this economy book. They want a different on boarding experience. Obviously we're in this time of covert and all these changes but even before that what we saw is that the youngest generation wants to be on once on boarding to be by text message. Which sounds i know a little bit wild but there are companies. Do all of their on boarding through text message so you get semes- before you Short for your first day in alaska you just give you a simple example. This is in the book from coming called on border. When you they'll send a text message and it'll say what's your favorite snack three o'clock when your energy starts to go down. Do you have a favorite sports team are causing all this sort of stuff and the is when you show up for your first day. Or they'll even now senator gift baskets to your house. They'll have all your favorite snacks ready for you on your show up because they already know because you put in your text message or the. Have your favorite sports team. Or they'll find the best place that you wanna go eat or have that food delivered so they're engaging you by text message in a process that generally used to be in person and frankly pretty terrible at most companies. There's another company that worked in with again. This is generational trend. They figured out how to pay all employees fifty percent of their wages every day at no cost. They're called instant and what they did. Is they basically said you get a text message or message on your phone after your shift. And it says hey. Would you like half your money today. Yes or no. If you click s you get your money. Will all the sudden now you have. An entire generation is growing so fast that thinks they should always be able to get half their paycheck. Every day will imagine how that changes so many other things and all the sudden other generations. What do they say well. This text messaging on boarding thing is pretty cool. You mean i can get paid every day. That's pretty awesome. I think i want that. To and all the sudden the generational trends creates huge businesses. And those are the types of things were seeing you know so much. Innovation is driven by other generations. This is the key they don't even think it's new or different when we interview them. They think you've always been able to do on boarding by text message because they never got on onboard before there was text messaging or if they've only worked at a place that gave them the ability to get paid every day. That's how they think everybody gets paid. And you know older generations. So i work with the frequently. Get defensive and they're like you know. The young generations are trying to change everything. And i'm like no. They're not this is just all they've ever known they don't know any differently. Change to them is actually doing what you're proposing and it's not about one being right or wrong. It's going we can. We can leverage us. We can adopt this and all the sudden on boardings better retention is higher engagement is higher in these types of things and you see it on the marketing side for those fire nation members who are really growing their businesses and they're more than sales marketing. Same exact deal and the idea is just recognizing this you're creating so much opportunity. We see this particularly with social media. We see this with podcast such as yours that this is a great way to engage younger generations who then index for talking about these things and driving awareness in referrals and excitement fire nation. So many things to take away here. One of my favorite things jayson broke down was specifically tech trends are rippling from the youngest. To the oldest. Like think about that shift. Think about that change. How the ripples actually going from the youngest to the oldest now which is a complete flip from how it used to be back in the day and one thing. I wanna really dial in on just because i'm personally curious and i think fire nation is to is this the up and coming generation now. Let's talk about generation z. Like who is generation z. And what do we need to know about them. Yeah absolutely so gen z. The key thing is that they're already twenty three or twenty four years old. So that's a good starting point and what we uncovered in our research and we publish. This is economy. Book is at gen. Z is the key thing we got all these research firms around the world to change their birth years. Gen z does not remember nine eleven and that is a huge deal because it's the biggest event for the millennial generation we call generation defining moment. But jesse doesn't remember it at all. They learned about it in school or heard about it from a parent or they watched the video on youtube. But it's not something they experienced and they're now twenty three twenty four years old so a huge event of the generation before they don't remember in fact they're they're covid nineteen is essentially their defining moment. This pandemic is the generation defining moment that they're gonna take with them and we talk about this a lot. So one thing is they. Don't remember kievan of a previous generation and the other is there. Cuban is happening right now. But what i think you're entrepreneurs will find super interesting is that we've been doing this. Study for the last five years called state of gen z and. It's our big study released every year. And what we've uncovered and we've seen it for five years in a row now is gen. Z is more practical or frugal with their money than previous generations. And this is shocking and when we dig into it what we find out is that gen z came of age around the great recession. And what do i mean by that. Their speakers are experts. Like you talked about earlier. This regurgitation people running around saying oh gen z struggled during the great recession in the workforce they were twelve and were not working right but instead what they did is. They saw their parents struggle. They heard their parents struggle. They know people lost their houses. They saw millennials drowning in student loan. Debt having back home a mom and dad and you put all that together and what you see is. They're very conservative or practical with their money. As a result they're driving double digit growth at stores. They like couponing they wanna know. They got a good deal. They want things to be a bargain. They want them to last a long time really have utility and what we see. The example. i'd like to give is a gen zero sixteen years old. We'll have a birthday party. They'll get fifty dollars. They're all excited it away. And then they'll go to their mom or their dad and say hey. Can i have fifty dollars. Wanna go buy something. Mom or dad will say but you just got fifty dollars. And they'll say oh. No that's my money your money. It's overseeing that so if you're trying to market to them you've got to understand their practicality with money we also see the gen z when we do values based research. What we find is for the last four years Their top concern was climate change. Or would they would call climate crisis in their own words. And so that's been the top that they've been looking for brand alignment and for entrepreneurs to get behind and so forth however in the last six months we are new study. Social justice has leapfrog. Climate changes their top issue. And it's significantly more now so all the sudden as you see the generation respond to events around them. You can sort of see how they're shaped so if you wanna make sure in line with their values you gotta know what their values are going. Even deeper on the employment side is people look to hire them. Gen z no is looking for stability. This one's this one's tougher for entrepreneurs. So i want to explain it. They're looking for stability in an employer. What do i mean by that. Gen z saw these layoffs. I heard the layoff. Seen millennials struggle and as a result they're looking for an employer that they view as stable. So it's interesting because they tend to automatically defined stability by being a big company. So they'll say. I want to work for a big company will say why and they well because they're stable and the truth is you and i both know that. Just because you're big company does not at all mean that you're stable and just because you're a small business doesn't mean that you're not stable so it's important that you message to them. We also found in our research is gen. Z is very much interested in benefits which is shocking given their age in fact two years ago. Twelve percent of gen z was already saving for retirement. Wow and yeah. That's crazy right and many of them already have an emergency savings account. These are eighteen year olds. That are taking up their phones showing us emergency savings accounts and it. Just it's such a different generation. I think the key here. Mrs so important for all the marketers who are listening our nation is at gen. Z is not millennials. Two point oh they are not millennials. Just more extreme. That's total bunk. People say that it is not true. Jesse is a completely different generation raised by different set of parents who has come of age only knowing social media it has always existed for them. That's why they trusted so much at the same time. They're more diverse than any previous generation. Different set of values different purchasing pathways. And now the key is they over index on influence because of how they use digital media and already twenty four years old fastest growing generation in the workforce today on a percentage basis. And they're gonna be the most important consumers to get right over the next ten to fifteen years. One thing that i assume and please correct me if i'm wrong. Because it's just an assumption but generation x. And millennials like this is like. I'm speaking of my generation's here that i cut kind of overlap. Both pretty closely. It's we came to like being seventeen eighteen years old and it came to money in debt. Just kind of close our eyes and kind of believed the rhetoric of. Hey you just have to go to college and it's going to be expensive and you're going to get college dad and that's okay and you're just going to be a paid off at some point in the future and now like millennials and gen xers just hammered with this dead. They can't payoff ten twenty even sometimes thirty years later because it was just brutal with the mountains of debt that people kind of blindly get into it. Seems from what you're saying. Generations not gonna kind of take that same approach in just blindly. Sign away their lives to this debt of secondary education in colleges and universities in the such. Is that true. Wow that is such an insightful. I mean you you are super pro do so yes. That is actually true What's interesting is when we studied student. Loan debt with millennials in particular. That's what we call an economic anchor. So what it's causing. It's actually causing millennials. Now this is wild to delay marriage kids and buying a home because of student loan debt and that has massive ramifications on all parts of the economy to everything from financial services whether or not. You're buying life insurance. You know the the homebuilding recovery like on and on we could keep going to income households. There's just there's so many things that are impact even ultimately the ability to take care of your parents later on so what we saw. Was that large student loans at delayed major life commitments which we which is what's happened as a result And by the way gen z will tell you they're not sure that if spending a whole bunch of money and college actually pays off his it remains to be seen right now for millennials. We were told. I'm a millennial. We were told getting the best college at an. Just get debt. And will all be worth it and then for a lot of it wasn't on the flipside. Gen z in our new. Study in this in this economy book because it's important to understand how thing about education gen z is trying to graduate from college with as little as possible ice which is super cold. They're also saying that they're looking. They're very interested in the employability of their career. So so if they go and they pursue a certain path. Am i going to be able to get a job in that path. Now by the way kobe. Nineteen has been a massive massive. You know challenge for that because there are people that were three or four years into college university you know. Maybe they're going to study retail merchandising. Well aren't hiring never hired for that role again or they studied. You know oil and gas and those aren't hiring whatever it is so all the sudden people who already had you know pretty heavy commitment are now realizing that that path isn't there for them but we are single. Gen z particularly during this experience. Right now is they're saying. Hey i want to make sure. I'm getting value for my education and raven seeing well if it's going to be online only i'd rather go to a community college or state school or somewhere else. Get some credits. And then i'll figure out. If i want to go back into the future maybe take a year off and then come back and so forth so there definitely much more conservative with debt when it comes to college university and by the way the other people who are more conservative are their parents boomers had to cosign on all those millennial loans just. That's my mom about it right. And that as a result for many millennials it was tough for them to pay it off on the flipside. Gen-x is going well. I don't know if it's worth it gen x. Gen z kids. You will not end up. Like those millennials so the that's also being weighed into the conversation now is college university worth it and then you add the layer of kobe. Nineteen is it worth it if it's nontraditional experience and you know i don't know the answer to that but it is something we're observing and now this is where it gets really interesting. So the oldest members of gen z. Those that are about eighteen to twenty four. They're bearing the brunt of this. Pandemic what i mean by that is in our latest study. That group was most likely more than any other generation to lose their job. Have a decrease in pay or have a shift in responsibilities meaning. They had to assume a job that they didn't sign up for where it gets interesting though is younger so my daughter is nine years old. Her name is russia Sushi is in fourth grade right now. She heard this is in the book in third grade. Her last end of the year project. Which i didn't know anything about Was she went and built a presentation. She built all and google sides. She built it all in spanish. She had animation. She presented it. She recorded it and then she uploaded to classroom and she thought that was completely normal. She's nine and then of course. You saw one of my powerpoint slides. He's not very good. So i say that because the younger members of gen z. This is the real twist here. They might end up turning this pandemic into a positive. Because they're going to learn a whole different way to learn to collaborate they're going to get the benefit of the older part of the generation struggling. So they can learn from them. All of this stuff largely will be resolved in terms. Of least what normal looks like in the future and so they're gonna get the benefit of all of that the closer you are to those transition years of eighteen to twenty four the worse is but the further away the more benefit could end up being you so it's pretty interesting that within the same generation you can have two very different experiences and by the way this is what happened. To millennials millennials like me who crashed into the great recession and then the millennials who came afterwards who benefited from a very robust economy. So even within the same generation you can see pretty significant differences. I mean fire nation. I really hope you're enjoying this contest. Much as i am. Because i'm seeing the application to the real world and that's so important because we're entrepreneurs in the real world. We own businesses and companies in the real world in this stuff makes a massive impact so jason of everything that you shared today. What's the one key takeaway that you really wanna make. Sure fire nation gets from all of this awesome stuff above generational impact and the generational studies. That you've done and then share how we can even learn more about it through you and any call to action. You might have for fire. Nation is time to share. Yeah absolutely so the number. One thing that i would share. You know as an entrepreneur myself now for twenty four years is i would do. It's called a generational snapshot and what that means is you create essentially a pie chart representing the different generations. Either of your customers or of your employees or team members or ideally of both. Because what you'll often find is that there's more generations and you suspect it and it will help you to shape your messaging your leadership in your marketing to better fit them and going a bit further if you don't see enough of the next generation coming in particular on the customer side that's definitely a yellow flag that you need to pay attention and make sure that your dappling for the next generation because they will be the ones that drive growth. So that's the best easiest how to that will cost you zero dollars that a promise will make you money. Which are the type of things i'm all about. And if you want a whole bunch more in terms of how to actually recruit and retain motivate and so forth across generations or market and sell. You can definitely check out the new book. It's called economy. How gen z will change the future business and what to do about it. We do talk about all four generations and just packed with how to in case studies and all kinds of cool stuff and we'll put together a special promo for fire nation. New it be on my website. Which is jason dorsey. Dot com slash. Fire you'll be able to get all of that. They're including three free video courses. Because i am a passionate entrepreneur. Have been for a long time. And anything i can do to help them. Nation will fire nation. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with and you've been hanging out with j. d. n. j. l. d. So keep up the heat and head over to your fire dot com type jason in the search bar. The page will pop up with everything that we've been talking about today. But of course jason. Dorsey dot com slash. Fire is gonna get you to that gray page with all that awesome content. And i just wanna jason. Thank you for sharing your truth. Knowledge value with fire nation. Today

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The Secret to Selling from Instagram with Elise Darma

The DigitalMarketer Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

The Secret to Selling from Instagram with Elise Darma

"Hello elise welcome to the digital marketer. Podcast thanks so much janet. I'm excited to be here. Yeah i'm really excited to have you. There's so much that we have to talk about. And before we get into the nitty gritty. I just want want you to introduce yourself and in your own words. Tell everyone who you are and what you do and why you do it. Sure i always find the question funny because like how far back do you want me to go. Troy by eight. My teens my twenties. Because i do see where i'm at today was a full circle moment in terms of who i've been my whole life. I grew up in a very conservative upbringing very conservative religion that taught me to live life. According to a set of rules and as a teenager especially a seventeen eighteen year old. I discovered i really did not like rules like as much as i was a goody two shoes straight a student top of class my whole life. I really discovered that. When i was eighteen and i went traveling with a group of people around europe for a month and i was free to be whoever i wanted to be like. No one knew my upbringing. It was addicting that feeling of total and utter freedom. So i really think that moment put me on this path of. Ooh i want more of that in my life and i got back home and i did the regular thing that you're supposed to do which is go to school. I went to three different universities before. I graduated with a degree in radio and television arts. It's called and i got a job. And i thought i was doing what i was supposed to do. Even though is a couple of years behind already. Because i delayed my studies and honestly within a year or two of working a regular day job i just was bored like the only way i could describe it was. I felt dead inside. I would sit at my desk. And i loved my co workers. I love the social aspect but the work the bureaucracy of the organization. The fact that i didn't want my boss's job like it all just killed me a little bit inside and my desktop at that time was of a co working space in called who booed and it literally is like a tree house. It looks like a tree house for adults that you work from mike. God this was in two thousand twelve. I think i discovered it and it was my screen saver. It was the goal and so that year someone in my network said haley's social media right. Can you grow my instagram for my new fashion brand. And that's when a light bulb went off. Because i i'd already read the four hour workweek. I wasn't sure if i should do like an e com business or like video services business and this person said. Can you grow my instagram in. This was in twenty thirteen by the time we got started so back then. Instagram was like a hangout for teenagers. My first post was of me with the movember moustache followed knee right. I just didn't care. And so that's when i was able to learn kind of undercover because i did have a personal brand. I didn't tell anyone about what i was doing. But i was able to learn how to grow this account specifically for teens to attract teens to grow their brand and we were able to hit a hundred thousand followers in less than six months when god's unheard of now back then we really dove into influencer marketing and that was my job sending free sweatshirts to teens around the world and making them post to post about it and so with that client. That really gave me the confidence to say yes to a few more clients on the side of my day job and nine months later i was able to quit when one of my clients wanted to hire me for two days a week. That was my fork in the road decision and it was harder than expected. You know. I thought. I wanted to be my own boss for so long. And then when the opportunity was there to leave benefits to leave my friends to leave that. Normalcy it was scary especially as someone who loves their routine in their creature comforts. I quit my job. And then that was in twenty fourteen. And that put me on the path to grow agency and have a fulltime roster of clients. Not too many just enough to satisfy my travel habit and then in two thousand sixteen. I thought okay. This has been fun. You know but my income has been the same every year

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Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

The Tennis.com Podcast

08:59 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

"Hello. Everyone welcome to the tennis. Dot Com. Podcast we are in Lake Nona at the US J. National Campus. I'm your host Nina. Panic joined by my co host. Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going this episode? Special guest is Dr. Larry Lower Larry Welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Can you give us a brief little bio about who you are and what you do here? Well here I'm the mental skill specialist for player development. I work with are pros and our juniors Getting Ready for competition preparing mentally. I work with the coaches as well to get players ready. So my job is while the coaches work on the physical side is to work on the players mental side and make sure that they're prepared for competition as well as helping them deal with things that happened in their life. So it's not just about The player on the court but the player off the court as well the holistic approach. And it's my job to make sure that the players have what they need to compete in a happy way in a healthy way and a high functioning way. Have you always wanted to do this from the very beginning was this? You're calling well not since I was a baby but Certainly when I not not really no being not being facetious anymore being serious when I was younger I wanted to be a coach and civically a baseball coach. I wanted to play professional baseball. And that didn't work out We don't need to get into that and this podcast and since tennis sports play so I had decided I was going to be a coach and maybe actually go into commentating. On Television Live sports events. I was interested in and so went to Clarion University. My Hometown University and really wasn't that interested in the courses and communication and and the degree. So I I ran into the psychology doctor Dr Easily Krause who knew that I played sports and coaching as well and she said hey you know there's actually something called sports psychology. I was around nineteen years old. I'm like what does that was. Clueless had no idea. This is dating myself but this was like nineteen ninety-two right. What is that and she said? Well come check it out. I'm going to have a special course on sports psychology and so I took the course and love. It fell in love with it and at that point. I knew that's what I wanted to do. Because an answer questions I had about my own performances in terms of at times playing great and other times. Not Performing You know going in and going four for four and having a home run and three RB is in the next game striking out four times. And why does that happen and why are sometimes feel on and other times just way off? Why sometimes in the feudal my locked in and other times? I'M MAKING MISTAKES. Couldn't answer it for myself necessarily and. I wanted to know to help myself but also to help the players that I was coaching in Baseball Thomas. Coaching sixteen seventeen eighteen year old Baseball in Pennsylvania says I dug deeper into psychology and and Indus. Four psychology started answering the questions that I had so that that was really the start and then I was fortunate to be able to go to. Unc Greensboro with Dr Dangled Who's one of the best sports psychologist in the world and having worked with him? I really got a deep understanding of what it means to perform under pressure and in really the literature sports psychology and Research and application. And really that kind of set me up. That's that's a quick version of it for what I'm doing today. I know you said baseball is not the same as tennis. But you can relate to players who have struggled in their sport given your background playing sport but you can also maybe I know you work with professionals who maybe are successful. But you probably people that. Don't make it right absolutely so you can relate to. I WANNA get dark. Unless you can relate you can really yeah. You can relate to someone who is struggling with finding their identity after thinking they were. GonNa make it as a pro and not getting there right. So how did you? How did you work through that if you can talk about that and you know? Is there a formula for figuring yourself out after your dreams and your hopes kind of change that is deep this early? So that's a great question you know getting into my psyche this turning turning the tides on me. We're GONNA talk about Irena. We will okay good so much better about that well honestly schering dot. Me That was that was a process Having gone to college and and and walked onto play baseball and it didn't work out and I didn't really understand recruiting process and probably could played somewhere but ended up not playing coming from a small rural area and losing that dream. That point was really difficult. And so I'm I'm age. Nineteen you know and and not yet mature as I am now. I know it's hard to believe. But and and it took a while it was kind of a tailspin for a while I was. I wouldn't say I was depressed but I was pretty down about it and upset that this dream that I had didn't work out. And it took me some time to sort of regroup and certainly being in college and and having those experiences helped a lot where I was exposed to different things and ended up really being mentored in a in a wonderful way by Dr Crowson. In the field of psychology. And helping me take something that You know was a big disappointment in not being able to further my baseball career and actually turn it into something. We're now my mission is to help. Other people have what they need to be successful. Because I felt like maybe I missed out on some things for sure. I miss out on some things. I didn't understand the psychology. I didn't understand the process of figuring out how to get seen and recruited and go to college and play baseball. I didn't I don't understand any of that. I didn't have that opportunity so I wanna make sure that the players that I have a chance to come in contact with have what they need to reach their goals whether or not they do. It ends up being on them. But I don't WanNa be the reason that they don't get there and that's really important so that that changed my whole outlook on life but it took some soul searching and sometimes of just you know like what am I gonNa do you know. And there's no like easy way is not like okay. Do these three steps and it works out you need to. You need to go there. You need to think about what it is you want and realize that you know as my friend David Roth for. Who's ex-navy seal said that you have more than one mission in life the mission changes and for me that Dreamer. That mission changed at age. Nineteen where base? No baseball was no longer an option as as a player and I had to figure out what I was going to do and I found a new mission that was to help other athletes and help coaches. And that's something I truly love and enjoy and that's probably where a lot of the passion comes from because you know I hate to see people miss out on an opportunity at least have the chance to be successful. Speaking of helping people a lot of coaches talk about being able to see something special and a player that does eventually make it. Do you find that. It's easy to to to see that with With players that you work with are you able to see whether their mental skills are above and beyond someone that potentially does not make it? I think I can see the outliers. Pretty well. The people who just stand out but probably most people can one of the one of the things I think we fall. Prey to his as coaches is believing that we know. Who'S GONNA make it? And who's not and if you go back through history of looking at drafting or selection processes were not very good at determining and identifying. Who's GonNa make an WHO's not? It's really a numbers game to be honest. You you make enough choices. You'RE GONNA hit on somebody right so and not to others a lot of people out there that do this work and there's a lot of good people out there but it's really challenging to no no of someone can can do this at the highest level but what I will say is the thing that you look for. I is to someone have the passion to do tennis to do. The whatever given initiative sport activity it is and that is something that you you can see in person as you spend time with them I think it's a fallacy to think that you can go watch a player once or twice a tournament and thank. You have a figure it out you know. Thirteen fourteen year old player. Once you get to know someone I think you can start to understand better than this person may be has the building blocks of something pretty special but it needs to be now nurtured and developed and that in my mind you know there's not many players is not many. Serena's there's not many rodgers out there so but there's a lot of great players who developed through the pathway right and we wouldn't have known at thirteen but we know now

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Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:52 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

"I'm your host Nina. Panic joined by my co host. Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going this episode? Special guest is Dr. Larry Lower Larry Welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Can you give us a brief little bio about who you are and what you do here? Well here I'm the mental skill specialist for player development. I work with are pros and our juniors Getting Ready for competition preparing mentally. I work with the coaches as well to get players ready. So my job is while the coaches work on the physical side is to work on the players mental side and make sure that they're prepared for competition as well as helping them deal with things that happened in their life. So it's not just about The player on the court but the player off the court as well the holistic approach. And it's my job to make sure that the players have what they need to compete in a happy way in a healthy way and a high functioning way. Have you always wanted to do this from the very beginning was this? You're calling well not since I was a baby but Certainly when I not not really no being not being facetious anymore being serious when I was younger I wanted to be a coach and civically a baseball coach. I wanted to play professional baseball. And that didn't work out We don't need to get into that and this podcast and since tennis sports play so I had decided I was going to be a coach and maybe actually go into commentating. On Television Live sports events. I was interested in and so went to Clarion University. My Hometown University and really wasn't that interested in the courses and communication and and the degree. So I I ran into the psychology doctor Dr Easily Krause who knew that I played sports and coaching as well and she said hey you know there's actually something called sports psychology. I was around nineteen years old. I'm like what does that was. Clueless had no idea. This is dating myself but this was like nineteen ninety-two right. What is that and she said? Well come check it out. I'm going to have a special course on sports psychology and so I took the course and love. It fell in love with it and at that point. I knew that's what I wanted to do. Because an answer questions I had about my own performances in terms of at times playing great and other times. Not Performing You know going in and going four for four and having a home run and three RB is in the next game striking out four times. And why does that happen and why are sometimes feel on and other times just way off? Why sometimes in the feudal my locked in and other times? I'M MAKING MISTAKES. Couldn't answer it for myself necessarily and. I wanted to know to help myself but also to help the players that I was coaching in Baseball Thomas. Coaching sixteen seventeen eighteen year old Baseball in Pennsylvania says I dug deeper into psychology and and Indus. Four psychology started answering the questions that I had so that that was really the start and then I was fortunate to be able to go to. Unc Greensboro with Dr Dangled Who's one of the best sports psychologist in the world and having worked with him? I really got a deep understanding of what it means to perform under pressure and in really the literature sports psychology and Research and application. And really that kind of set me up. That's that's a quick version of it for what I'm doing today. I know you said baseball is not the same as tennis. But you can relate to players who have struggled in their sport given your background playing sport but you can also maybe I know you work with professionals who maybe are successful. But you probably people that. Don't make it right absolutely so you can relate to. I WANNA get dark. Unless you can relate you can really yeah. You can relate to someone who is struggling with finding their identity after thinking they were. GonNa make it as a pro and not getting there right. So how did you? How did you work through that if you can talk about that and you know? Is there a formula for figuring yourself out after your dreams and your hopes kind of change that is deep this early? So that's a great question you know getting into my psyche this turning turning the tides on me. We're GONNA talk about Irena. We will okay good so much better about that well honestly schering dot. Me That was that was a process Having gone to college and and and walked onto play baseball and it didn't work out and I didn't really understand recruiting process and probably could played somewhere but ended up not playing coming from a small rural area and losing that dream. That point was really difficult. And so I'm I'm age. Nineteen you know and and not yet mature as I am now. I know it's hard to believe. But and and it took a while it was kind of a tailspin for a while I was. I wouldn't say I was depressed but I was pretty down about it and upset that this dream that I had didn't work out. And it took me some time to sort of regroup and certainly being in college and and having those experiences helped a lot where I was exposed to different things and ended up really being mentored in a in a wonderful way by Dr Crowson. In the field of psychology. And helping me take something that You know was a big disappointment in not being able to further my baseball career and actually turn it into something. We're now my mission is to help. Other people have what they need to be successful. Because I felt like maybe I missed out on some things for sure. I miss out on some things. I didn't understand the psychology. I didn't understand the process of figuring out how to get seen and recruited and go to college and play baseball. I didn't I don't understand any of that. I didn't have that opportunity so I wanna make sure that the players that I have a chance to come in contact with have what they need to reach their goals whether or not they do. It ends up being on them. But I don't WanNa be the reason that they don't get there and that's really important so that that changed my whole outlook on life but it took some soul searching and sometimes of just you know like what am I gonNa do you know. And there's no like easy way is not like okay. Do these three steps and it works out you need to. You need to go there. You need to think about what it is you want and realize that you know as my friend David Roth for. Who's ex-navy seal said that you have more than one mission in life the mission changes and for me that Dreamer. That mission changed at age. Nineteen where base? No baseball was no longer an option as as a player and I had to figure out what I was going to do and I found a new mission that was to help other athletes and help coaches. And that's something I truly love and enjoy and that's probably where a lot of the passion comes from because you know I hate to see people miss out on an opportunity at least have the chance to be successful.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WJR 760

"We have day council we have Dave Kopel from Kumble builders and we're talking about workforce development before we went to break and you know it the one of the exciting stories that I I tell a lot on the workforce development is actually something that goes back a couple years I was at a board meeting and I had my college roommate who live in California his son wanted movies originally from Michigan his son now was graduating high school in California but he wanted John wanted to move back to Michigan and so Paul and reach out to me and said Hey you know could you maybe ask couple your builders and David Kopel was a a may this be I said here we got a seventeen eighteen year old that wants to move back here and David texted me said I'll give you some you give your college roommate guys a chance and David one should tell that story just just real briefly on that because we want to move on and then talk a little bit you know it's it's just as important get workforce development but if there's no houses the build that's tough to and I know you're a developer and you've got housing developments going on we want you to chat a little bit about that but just you know thirty second son John and how that's worked out here John came in the long tall gangly guy California and really didn't know a lot about the industry just knew you liked working with his hands and being outside and and actually first went to a drywall contractor it didn't work out as well I simply can't give a chance so now Johnson with me for a couple years and I keep moving up the ladder he's in a supervisor role he works through all the jobs all kinds of different part trained up from some of my super civic assisted and he was just able to get into his first home and the as a broker and of finding a home form and he's in that then he's picking up his own home so it it's a progressive action that happened from just.

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US governor issues 428 pardons on leaving office.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:14 min | 2 years ago

US governor issues 428 pardons on leaving office.

"Governor Matt Bevin issued. Four hundred. Twenty eight pardons Auden's in his final days in office a list that includes multiple violent offenders. The Republican pardon to convicted child rapist as well well as a convicted murderer. whose brother raised money for Mr Bevan's election campaign? Mr Bevan was defeated by Democrat. Andy Bashir in November After a contentious election the flurry of pardon sent shockwaves. Through the state's legal system state prosecutors told local media. They had not been consulted altered on Mr Bevan's decision and families of the victims were not notified in advance. I'm a big believer in second chances. Mr Bevan's said in a statement to the Washington Post newspaper. I think this is a nation that was founded on the concept of redemption and second chances and new pages in life Mr Bevan space of pardons includes Dayton Jones convicted of sexually assaulting a fifteen year old boy Brett twitter convicted of killing a pastor and his wife while all drink driving and a woman who was sentenced to life in prison for throwing her newborn baby in the trash after giving birth in a flea market outhouse he also pardoned the man who was sentenced to twenty three years in prison last year for raping a nine-year-old child. The extensive list includes Patrick. Brian Baker convicted in two thousand seventeen of reckless homicide robbery in hustling a police officer and tampering with evidence links to a two thousand fourteen home invasion invasion that resulted in the death of Donald Mills. Mr Baker's brother and sister-in-law held a political fundraiser for Mr Bevan last year raising twenty not wanting a half thousand dollars and donating an additional four thousand dollars to his campaign at the same event. Mr Baker had served just two years of his seventeen eighteen year sentence when Mr Bevan pardoned him on the night of December he's co-conspirators in the robbery and homicide when not pardoned poll. Poll suggests Mr Bevan left office as one of the least popular governors in the country following high profile battles with unions and teachers

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"One to the I want to say that the Democrats have done more than violate the individual's rights of due process they have not only he says of the new standard of impeaching a president by over broadening their charges they screen all day about broad terms like abuse of power and obstructing Congress when as you said look trump has legally fought back against their subpoenas through courts none of the witnesses can give a detailed charge of a criminal act or what the detailed offense is on top of this useless garbage of a show they have set up they now set up the premise that if trump wins reelection they will claim it wasn't legitimate that's right that's exactly what they've done in about these witnesses not naming some sort of impeachable offence let's go back to the exchange between representative Chris Stewart of Utah ambassador give out of itch some members of this committee that they had secret proof that would prove this collusion and grand we know that it was nonsense but now in your for the move on you craning quid pro coal culminating yesterday when the speaker announced that the president would indeed be impeached and removed for office for bribery and with that statement I would now feel compelled to ask you madam ambassador is as you sit here before us very simply and directly do you have any information regarding the president United States accepting any bribes no do you have any information regarding any criminal activity that the president of the United States has been involved with at all no thank you thank you for answering that directly numeric can people know this is nonsense American people know this is unfair and Florida's met gates to all the witnesses so let's see if we can get into the fax to all of the witnesses if you have personal knowledge of a single material fact to the shift report please raise your hand and let the record reflect no personal knowledge of a single fact and you know what that continues on the tradition that we saw from Adam Schiff Kenneth vocal is a New York times reporter and he was on a podcast discussing the fact that Joe Biden vice president office decided do nothing about the personal conflict involving his son does anyone raise the question of whether this is not a great idea that Joe Biden is suddenly investigating corruption in Ukraine around the same time that his son is now on the board of a major Ukrainian energy company that is accused of corruption yes we know that there's a guy in the state department by this is Kenneth local New York times the name of George can't it with deep experience both in Ukraine and in fighting corruption it served as the anti corruption coordinator in the state department's European bureau and he does raise concerns about hunter Biden joining the board of the reason I and how hunter Biden's position could affect vice president Biden standing as a corruption fighter or the leader of the US effort to push you crane to clamp down on corruption but the decision is made that father and son can simultaneously do these two things it actually appears as if the decision was to not make a decision and to not address this George can't tried to bring this to the attention of the vice president's staff I was essentially told that vice president Biden did not have the band with to address this at a time when he was dealing with other family is now coming up Joe Biden has repeatedly said that during the sixties when he was a teenager seventeen eighteen years old he work to desegregate a theater in Wilmington and work to desegregate a restaurant in Wellington your city March during the civil rights era unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any evidence whatsoever they did any follow this and we're gonna talk about mayor Pete digits being called a moderate a moderate who supports reparations fifteen dollar minimum wage Medicare for all who want it which is a pathway as he put it to Medicare for all that's.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KGO 810

"That that it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt it was a different question because he said that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here words the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going on a bear go ahead hello George water wells you too happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day two year and Cheryl and older problem mage's George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see an air of of your child and ran George that far but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be worker for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that so there's there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does you good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the ultimate serious life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the credit check here and then the show he if they're nicely right behind your snaps he sure does and of course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks why doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the try time travel machine so we could go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz in the hospitals weren't all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we we will check the daytime Emmys got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year or answer for Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with her yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six th that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure somebody knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi fusion loving god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up on my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete lack yeah colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near with beat beat beat and this person between that she believes that but that would basically when it is like shift in my power and that well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit says it's a messy contagious people are also hearing Lole hallmark roaming the rumbling sounds have you heard about that absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath the the route Blake something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary have you seen a lot of reports or seemingly more than before George just a sinkhole starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"He because he says that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here word the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going Hey bear go ahead hello your order water wells two happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and award to complement to George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see here there look of your child and ran George that far but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be worker for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that yeah there's a there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the Altamonte serious life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the greatest it into the show's if they're nicely right behind yours now he sure does and of course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh she's seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we can go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz in the hospitals weren't all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the date time time is got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year Orleans or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six th that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure everybody knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi peace and love and god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up from my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete blackness the colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near would be be the best person to explain that she believes that but that was basically when it's like chip in my power at all well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit says it's a must be contagious people are also hearing Lole hallmark Romine rumbling sounds have you heard about that our absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath the the year out black something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary and if you've seen a lot of reports are seemingly more than before George just a sinkhole starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly it's crazy houses exactly.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"That that that it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt was a different question he because he says that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here words the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going Hey bear go ahead hello your orders water wells you too happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and old Dick problem mage's George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast he came absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see an air of of your child and ran George that far but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you will be working for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that that there's there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news really think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the ultimate yes life and death decisions we all have to make all the time well you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group there are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the credit check the end of the show he it's their lives we right behind your nap he sure does in the course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we could go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't judge it as the hospital's work all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the date time Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year or answer for Wednesday let me see here I have you got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure that he knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hi Gina go ahead hi peace and love in god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah here so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up on my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I thought complete blackness colors and shapes not valid and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near with beat beat beat respecting the plane that she believes that but that would basically when it's like chicken my talent at well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit said as they must be contagious people are also hearing Lole hallmark roaming the rumbling sounds have you heard about that only absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath saying they're out like something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary and if you've seen a lot of reports are seemingly more than before George just the same cold starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly it's crazy houses exactly actually in an area not that far.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They came from and what their purpose for coming here word the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going Hey bear go ahead hello your order water wells two happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and older problem is George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see here look of your child and reading George that are but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be working for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that yeah there's a there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the also meant serious life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right euro and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the greatest at the end of the show he is there nicely right behind your neck he sure does and of course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh she's seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we can go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz in the hospitals weren't all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the daytime Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year orange or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with her yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure everybody knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi peace and love in god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah so I have experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up on my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete blackness colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near would be the best person to explain that she believes that with that would basically when it is like shift in my power at all well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit said it's a messy contagious people are also hearing Lole hallmark Romine rumbling sounds have you heard about that absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath the the route Blake something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary have you seen a lot of reports are seemingly more than before George just a sinkhole starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly it's crazy houses exactly.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"That that that it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt it was a different question he because he said that Sam where they came from and what their purpose for coming here word the lingering questions but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going Hey bear go ahead hello your order water wells you too happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and old Dick problem is George of like Gerald Jones is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see here there look of your child and ran George that are but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be worker for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that yeah there's a there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the ultimate yes life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the greatest at the end of the show he is there nicely right behind your snaps he sure does and of course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we could go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz in the hospitals weren't all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the daytime Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year Orleans or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure that he knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi peace and love in god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah here so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up on my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete lack yeah the colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near would beat beat beat this person between that she believes that with that would basically when it is like shift in my power is that well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit said it's a must be contagious people are also hearing Lowell hallmark roaming the rumbling sounds have you heard about that only absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath the the route Blake something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary and if you're seeing a lot of reports are seemingly more than before George just a sinkhole starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly it's crazy houses exactly.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Believe that that that it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt was a different question because he says that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here word the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going on a bear go ahead hello well two happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day here and Cheryl and award to complement to George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what is your zero of your drugs and ran George that far but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you will be working for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program thank there's there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a viable and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the ultimate yes life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett your the current this degree and of the show he is there in lies Lee right behind yours now he sure does and of course as you know when I started selling them on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks why doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we could go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz it is the hospital's work all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us well right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the daytime Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year Orleans or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six th that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure that he knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington I Gina go ahead hi peace and love in god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah here so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up from my feet and told me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete blackness colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near with beat beat beat this person between that she believes that but that was basically when it is like shift in my talent at all well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit say it is a must be contagious people are also hearing Lole hallmark roaming the rumbling sounds have you heard about that only absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath saying the route Blake something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary and if you've seen a lot of reports are seemingly more than.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WTVN

"Believe that that that it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt it was a different question because he says that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here words the lingering question that when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going on a bear go ahead hello George water wells happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and older problem mage's George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see an air of of your child and ran George that are but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be worker for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that yeah there's a there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the ultimate yes life and death decisions we all have to make all the time what you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the greatest it into the show's over you it's their lives we right behind your neck he sure does and of course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh she's seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we can go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't as it is the hospital's work all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the date time Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year Orleans or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure nobody knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi peace and love and god bless everyone and everything thank you yeah so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up from my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete lack yeah the colors and shapes in the scaffold and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And me and the public because it has to go through the human trials the clinical trials and all of that which is understandable but still you just hope that all these wonderful wonderful therapies and cures and treatments will eventually be available to all of us high that let's hope so to a new new late astronaut Edgar Mitchell as I did I yes I absolutely did and he was just just an amazing person as you're now I met him through the UFO conferences as well and he was always very incisive about the U. S. question George's you're now so and his lectures the question of UFOs was always come up he always was very up front about it he was sensible he truly dandy believe that that yeah it was real that we have now lost not only been visited by extraterrestrials but they were already here among us and they kind of intelligence that they possess he felt was a different question because he says that them where they came from and what their purpose for coming here words the lingering question but when asked if he thought they were real he said absolutely yes that was my conversation with him let's go to the phones let's pick it up by going to bury in rock hill South Carolina to get things going on a bear go ahead hello your orders water wells you too happy thanksgiving to you as a matter of fact happy Turkey day to you and Cheryl and old Dick problem mage's George of lecture or does is going to make a terrific addition to the coast to coast name absolutely no kidding and Cheryl of what you'll see an air of of your child and ran George that are but I'm really enjoying you'll coast to coast and you shouldn't be worker for a better group of characters how how sweet of you to say that and you're absolutely correct it's about time to finally be able to get into a situation where you can have the freedom to report on stories that really are beyond the mainstream news I am a product of mainstream news I make no bones about that however I have graduated from the twelve step recovery program I designed my own program so that yeah there's a there's life beyond mainstream and sometimes guys you know I just wish that there were term limits on people working in mainstream news I think it does does your good as some would say to get out of that line get out of that bubble and take in the world from a nother vantage point because it is a bubble and it's very frustrating when you know that there are things beyond the headlines that are not being reported that people need to know about and basically are very key to the also meant yes life and death decisions we all have to make all the time well you're you're exactly right Cheryl and the thing is you're with a group they are right on the cutting edge of a coast to coast team is absolutely the best in the business and one more compliments of yours thank you for adding my buddy Ian Punnett you're the greatest it into the show's over you it's their lives we right behind your map he sure does in the course as you know when I started filling in on coast to coast back in April of two thousand one my very first part time show I was filling in for Ian on a Sunday night gosh she's seventeen eighteen years ago that's crazy time really clicks by doesn't it these days Cheryl it sure does I don't know where it goes they say that the older you get the faster it flies and I really do believe that I'm I'm not anxiously awaiting the trying time travel machine so we can go back in time a little bit you were born where what state I was actually born in Middlesboro Kentucky although my home at the time was in East Tennessee so I grew up in a pretty rural area there wasn't jazz in the hospitals weren't all that handy and so I was born across the state line we're taking phone calls with Cheryl Jones our investigative reporter she appears monthly on the program and you will be with us all right before let's see right before Christmas a couple days before that won't you a couple of days or a day after I don't know we're going to double check the daytime Tom he's got your schedule I know Christmas is what Thursday this year Orleans or Wednesday let me see here I have only got the calendar with their yes Christmas is on Wednesday okay so I would guess if Christmas is on Wednesday why don't we have you on Thursday the twenty six that will work fine okay perfect that'll be the date that that we make sure that he knows about it let's go to Gina Marie and the state of Washington hygiene a go ahead hi on peace and love in god bless everyone and everything thank you yes here so I had an experience when I was a child probably four or five years old I've told it before where voice woke me up on my feet and for me to go to the window and I went to the window and I saw a complete blackness colors and shapes in the family and at the same time I heard a sound that I described as a child as a near near near with beat beat beat this person between that she believes that but that would basically when it is like shift in my power at all well those sounds are everywhere Cheryl albeit said it's a must be contagious people are also hearing Lowell hallmark roaming the rumbling sounds have you heard about that I would absolutely that's another one for you to go after yes the strange sounds possibly coming from underneath saying they're out Blake something's being built or who knows who's excavating or something it's very scary have you seen a lot of reports are seemingly more than before George just a sinkhole starting to develop yeah cars are getting sucked in and everything else exactly it's crazy houses exactly actually in an area not that far from where I am some excavation and.

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NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

UN News

12:13 min | 2 years ago

NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

"This is Matt Wells at UN news an estimated two hundred sixty million children not receiving an education and the crisis hampering their access to vital life skills and the jobs market leaders at the nonprofit their world have committed to closing the education gap the organizations bringing visibility to the scale of the global education crisis through through an immersive installation the infant classroom a mirrored room which highlights the huge number of unfilled seats in schools across the world sites it on the main. UN Plaza in New New York the installation serves as the centerpiece of their world's latest campaign Hashtag right the wrong aiming to gain the financial support and political momentum to help children achieve she therefore potential and Gio Partners Founder Sarah Brown and President Justin Vanfleet spoke to you and uses Nutley Hutchison onstage in the G. Media his own during the German assemblies high level week well so we set up the infinity room right outside the main doors to the headquarters because we wanted to capture people going past and just make sure that education was front and center this has been a UN week where how we protect our planet has been the start to the week and and now we're moving across to talk about people on that planet and truthfully. We're not going to find a way to save upon it. If we don't find a way to educate all our children to who need to know what they need need to do to play their part so the infinity rumors you walk into it is a mirrored space that when you sit at the the children the school desks there the mirrors create literally millions of empty desks representing the two hundred and sixty million childrens. You say who don't get the chance chance to go to school and there's some sound as well right. Do you want to tell people a little bit about this. Once you walk in there you can close the door. You can create your own photographs. Create your own film mm-hmm and the space will will do all the work for you but also you can hear the sound of a classroom and hear what the sound would be if we had all those children at school learning unexcited and planning futures to justify anything to add just building on that is what happens if we don't do anything about that today in right now and that's why we thought it was so important even when climate and other issues are front and center that I see even here at the boxes for educations at the bottom because it's the foundation that really helps achieve all those. SDG's and by having the box here front and center it reminds people have not just tuned sixty million out of school today but if we don't change change course immediately in two thousand thirty actually over eight hundred million over half of the world's young people won't have the skills that they'll need tend to the workforce we productive members of society so as a wakeup wakeup call to what's actually going to be happening in twenty thirty if we don't take action great so what is what is the global education crisis exactly and how do you bring visibility into this with all these other. SDG's that are competing this week especially so the crisis is simply that you have millions of children out of school but the crisis is also what that means for them as they grow up and as Justin said you face a future where within a very short period of time half of the world's young people will not have the skills to be ready to be able to enter employment or run their own business or engage in a job that Romo might be doing an unskilled job but there's going to be plenty of scope for people with skill jobs but they have to have that learning and we're creating a bigger and bigger gap as we have children who are able to go through the secondary school and onto higher education and leaving so many millions behind and the challenges also not just for those children who are in the poorest hardest to reach parts of the world world but also this children who are displaced and we have so many more children to address in a humanitarian context where as a refugee as asylum-seeker as as a child whose family can can move several times as they move. We have to be able to be flexible and provide opportunities for them so the comp the competition with the other goals is not a competition you know. I was talking to me Muhammad this morning and she said something very wise. She's she loves the progress of any single goal all from her point of view responsible for seventeen any progress on any single goal has a positive impact on others and education arguably has the greatest impact on how we cheese every right youth is certainly at the center of the conversation these days right yes absolutely Sarah. Would you share a about the founding of the organization. What sort of inspired fired you to pursue education at this level so I didn't set out to set up a charity that was focused on the global education crisis. When we first started the charity seventeen eighteen years ago it had a different name it was focused on community health and education projects and looking at the grassroots level but what's happened. Is We've grown. We've partnered with other initiatives. Initiatives been inclusive with the way that we work working with Justin. In a leadership role. There brings a lot of skills and expertise with his team where actually you are able to work right of that top. top-down level of looking at how we unlock the political will unlock the financing on adopt commitments to education that we scroll back ten fifteen years just weren't there and the journey to making education the priority was one where whatever health project we were doing something around nutrition or something environmental you can never reach your full goal when you'd dealing with children who don't get that chance to go to school and it was just something where myself and the other like-minded people realize that if we collaborated together we creative partnerships together as an organization we could do that and that's where their world was born but there will doesn't work on its own either you know we've got partnerships with other. NGOs always with UNICEF here with the meeting with them this morning and getting a lot of new commitments for education sharing our resources and I think all of us have to do that so their world is is there to collaborate and work with others because we need government civil society. We need businesses if together going to reach these goals great that's that's what I was going to ask him aside from the infinity classroom sort of what other involvement you had with the UN Jay this week in maybe more details about those partnerships so we here we have the Business Coalition for education that we established. It's been building private sector engagement with education so they've been hosting a big event. We've campaigned for many years at their world to be able to see the creation of the new financing facility big pledging today and education wait. That's within the unison family is they're. They're scooping up massive commitment this week for education emergency so we're having busy days every day of course and you both. I believe leave returned from a trip to Greece recently right where Russia around degrees yeah. Could you share by breaking. You told us it was it was it was one of those his trips where you realize the sheer scale the challenge in both of the global level but also what it means individuals where we were there on days we had record numbers. There's of young people arriving on boats from Turkey and these refugee reception centres that were already overcrowded three or four five times the capacity no supplies even for for a place to ten nothing and they're just waiting outside and you had all of these young people and most of them young people in these camps and we were able to do is as we partnered with education not wait and the players the Dutch postcode lottery and we said we have to do something we have to right the wrongs such an injustice of what was happening there and so collectively we invested into programs with UN agencies with UNICEF and unique CR and we're delivering five thousand school places right now because those young children we went. We saw that young people were able to take out of those camps go down the road of these centers and their eyes light up. They're taking out of these places and hope and opportunity everything's right in front of them and then you know the end of the day they you have to go back and so we have to solve that crisis of the refugees being there in those conditions but also this transit center they need some type of hope and opportunity so we're not making in a plan to double the capacity immediately when over eighty percent of them service in the next few months so they all have chance of education while there and so that's that's our big our big challenge ahead wonderful where where else has their world gone and made impacts so far what we've worked a lot with refugees because we campaigned very heavily to be able to get funding through the humanitarian sector. It's not that many is that change come about so we've had a lot of work with Syrian refugees. I'm British and so for for us to see in Europe refugees coming in was a big wakeup call in two thousand fifteen to sixteen to realize how close that that came to us coming in into the Greek islands but also something where we have a responsibility these people now our neighbors and to be able to engage. We've worked a lot so one of our biggest initiatives so it was the big breakthrough was making a proposal for the double shift school system and the WF school system is very simple solution to massive influx of people needing education and a the population like Lebanon or Turkey Jordan overwhelmed by how to cater to that need generously being prepared to do so and so if the school can start earlier in the day day you gotta first shift of children coming through and then halfway through move overtook double. The number of children can come through a school building in one day which means you don't have to to spend time working out where you're going to build buildings. You can get on with working how your teachers are going to be trained to cope different language instruction making sure there's children have the opportunity and and that's worked amazing. I mean just speak to the numbers more accurately than I did but we have hundreds of thousands if not millions of children who are now in school as a result of that system that's wonderful. That's not sit and I think that's the point is we're not an organization just to run programs on the ground because there are a lot of great partners that do that already and what we're really trying to do is find out where the blockage is where the gaps who's missing out. How do we provide immediate support but then also how do we create that change and unlock the bigger amounts of funding the bigger partnerships need to happen to really deliver sliver at scale exactly what you're saying. Lebanon with this proposal partnered with the government agencies and over three hundred thousand young people went back to school last year. There were refugees in Lebanon. That otherwise wouldn't have had that opportunity before we all work together on this. It was about ten thousand immediate impact that you can have if everybody works together really put her mind to these new innovative ways of doing work. That's that's wonderful. I'm staying on the good news. You mentioned there. Were new pledges that came out this morning. Justin I I was following some of your tweets there was incredible progress that came out of the UN today. Can you share a bit about who those donors were and and what we saw the first CIANCI veterans education cannot wait so looking for funding that needs to be ready to move very very quickly whether it's an unfolding emergencies so there was a number of countries that came to the fore so we saw Norway Way Denmark who was that Germany Germany the United States made a commitment made a big commitment so all all of those commitments are there and ready and then reaching out more widely and I know that education will now look towards the expo twenty twenty coming up and talking to Dubai you buy cars and other organizations in the region about how to galvanize more countries to be able to come in on board we had even more because after the education cannot wait event we had the International Finance Facility for education which is a new proposal. We've had out there and now there's actually money coming into this thing so it's real it's real we had youth campaigners the past last two years campaigning with their world and other organizations to get this thing up and now now it's there today there were six hundred million dollars in pledges into that and because of the way it's sort but actually multiplies the money through through the Multilateral Development Banks Action Equates about two point one billion dollars. We'll be able to invest in the next generation of young people and you combine that that with the amount from education cannot wait. We're looking at two point three two point four billion dollars that was raised just today just across the street for education and that's a big deal. That's probably the most that's been raised origination and he's single day in history. I think that good news. You're going to be the place where we stop today. Thank you so much seren Justin for joining US everyone. 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Can Automated Lights Really Stop Burglars?

BrainStuff

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Can Automated Lights Really Stop Burglars?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One bank. USA NA welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff lauren Vauban here when you picture a burglar who do you see the black clad clipper guy with the tiny mask and a bulging bag of loot or maybe the pair from the home alone movies casing a wealthy suburban neighborhood to know exactly when families are gone for Christmas vacation. The reality of burglary and burglars is very different than most of us. I think for starters according to FBI statistics the majority of residential burglaries happen during the day not at night under the cover of darkness and according to interviews interviews with convicted burglars. Only third of all break INS are planned ahead of time rather than being professional thieves. The typical profile of a burglar is a seventeen eighteen year old kid who's looking to quickly grab something valuable and Skram. Oh we spoke with Marcus Felson a professor of criminal justice at Texas State University and a pioneering pioneering expert in the nature of criminal activities. He said burglaries are fast typically over within five minutes and often within one minute a lot of the time the door or isn't even locked if they come in and rummage they rummage quickly and get out of there by better understanding when why and how residential burglaries happen urban homeowners can come up with the most effective strategies for deterring them which brings us to the question of the day do house or porch lights do anything to stop burglars. ARSE Felsen says that lights have their place in a home security strategy but the lights alone won't prevent someone from breaking into Your House for example motion motion activated exterior lights in the front and rear of your house aren't effective way to spook a burglar but only if the light is positioned correctly to eliminate the intruders face so that a neighbor abor or camera might be able to see them clearly. If it's pointed towards the neighbor's house the burglar might realize that all a neighbor would be able to see a blinding light and not the burglar what about time interior lights home automation systems have made it easier than ever to schedule and control your interior lights while you're away they let you use is your smartphone to program your living room kitchen and bedroom lights to mimic what it would look like if you're home again while automated lighting might give the impression that someone is home especially in the evening when lights can be seen from the street thieves not look out for other much clear signs that you're gone during the day according to interviews with convicted burglars in Australia and the United Kingdom opportunistic thieves look for uncollected mail newspapers and packages left on the porch an empty driveways and garages an Oregon TV News News team that surveyed convicted burglars found that all of their respondents would knock on the front door before breaking in so those tricky interior lights might not help and if you think you're being smart by leaving TV or radio on in the house while you're away on vacation think again burglars in the Australian Survey said that a TV blasting away in the middle of the night is a sure sign that no one's home which gets to felsen biggest piece of advice for securing your home get to know your neighbors I in that Australian study just twenty two point eight percent burglars deterred by Sensor Lights and nineteen point three percent by lights inside the house but a burglar can. I'm be stopped if a neighbor picks up the phone and calls the police of course this means your neighbors need to know you and your family well enough to identify true stranger trying to enter your house felsen recommends introducing yourself to the neighbors on all sides of your house particularly the ones that live behind you since burglars will most likely enter from a back door or window and to make it easier for your neighbors to see your house. You might trim back your hedges from doors and windows. They can't report what they can't see recognizing that. Most burglaries happen between ten. Am and two PM when a lot of people are away at work your best neighborhood allies against a burglary. Our folks were home. Most of the day people who are retired heard work from home or work later shifts those same neighbors can pick up your mail and packages while you're gone on vacation or even park their car in your driveway decoy again exterior and interior lights can work as a part of an integrated home security strategy that should also include strong locks on all doors and windows and not leaving valuables labels in plain view. This episode was written by Dave Rou and produced by Tyler Clang Brain. Greenstone is a production of iheartradio stuff works for more on this month of other topics visit our home planet how stuff works dot. com and for more podcasts from IHEART radio. This is radio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows in the Montgomery County Maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people soon as I heard the details. I knew my dad was involved right away. 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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"By the band gong gong you know I saw gong at the house of blues but the eighteen years seventeen eighteen years ago well with my buddy GM who is a big prog rock guy like a major prog rock act and pretty crazy band gong ad but the best story about gong who is very they're very popular among the prog rock I can't remember who their leader what the leader the name of the leader lead singer and the guy who basically formed gong as they've been around for a long time and they're proud as hell like their their songs are eighteen ninety minutes long very strange way out there and actually they were they were they were pretty great in concert there it was it was weird but it was great was this same Favio golf ready you know I don't know I'm not really sure he's the he was a guy and it is really from occurring Healy Smith now he had like a beard and like he was like tali a long beard he was tall and skinny in war really weird clothes by the time I saw them you know they were popular like in the sixties and seventies there that was like their heyday I saw like I saw in the early two thousands I some like two thousand one two thousand two yeah at house of blues so they were up in there you know like they probably weren't the original members it was probably the guy the founder was still there and he was like seventy by the time I saw I thought I saw but my favorite story about gong you can look this up and I and I would I would suggest that people have some fun and what this story up because there is an increase red double story that in the biggest gong fan if you can believe this was Sherman Hemsley who played George Jefferson on the Jeffersons he was like the biggest gong fan at the height of the popularity of the Jeffersons he would have these insane parties booze drugs women gong eight he was the biggest gong fan of all time George Jefferson was the biggest gong fan of all time he blow we'd take drugs and listen the gong he had gone over at his house he was obsessed with them in every time anybody came over his house all he would play would be gone so if you were gonna go over Sherman Hemsley house during the height of the popularity the Jefferson when he was George Jefferson in the seventies and there's a great story I I can't get it into the details but there is this great story that I read years ago our E. tailing just some of the weirdness that that Sherman Hemsley would do and hit like his obsession with gong thank you would never expect George Jefferson favorite band and the band that he would be obsessed with is this insane prog rock band called gong so I'm trying to put myself in this time it's the seventies yeah you're going over to Mister Jefferson George Jefferson so you're probably completely faced can you show up and you've just got white book to got to got to got insane you've got gong which is somebody else and say musical over here and I'm assuming that if you're going over to Sherman Hemsley house at the height of his popularity George Jefferson knowing that one of the popular things that George Jefferson has is the way he dances because that was the thing on the show like Sherman Hemsley had a very distinctive walking a very distinctive dance and it was always some sort of funky music that they would play on the Jeffersons if George would dance funky is about as far as you can get from gong and that's the stuff that he loved most and I am I wish I could remember what publication support it but like a a music publication did any extended story about Sherman Hemsley speak absolute you know obsession with the the the progress gone it was one of the funniest and craziest and weirdest music slash entertainment stories I I'd ever read yeah so anyway if you just I think if you just Google Sherman Hemsley and gong something will pop up yeah ID it's definitely popped up yeah oh my gosh yeah it's a real thing the good very last band that you would expect George Jefferson to like would be this weird you know prog rock band called gong the story is all areas to like I mean there's an ace there are extended there's an extended story that goes into all of the report that they did that goes into all of the stories that involved a Sherman Hemsley and his obsession with gong absolute madness yeah it's pretty funny all right now we're raw wrapping this up here we got to some weather coming up in just a few minutes and then we're gonna wrap it up with the body horror movies and we're gonna jump into what happened on this date and it's it would be with that was one now Hawaii became a state on the state will talk a little bit about a why in the talk a little bit about friendly a state's we're still talking body or if you want to jump in next hearing I mentioned is eraser head David Lynch's surrealist body horror film is as disturbing as it is indecipherable but for I get I don't think it's indecipherable no I think that some big misconception it's pretty obvious about what it's about yeah it features copious amounts of gruesome imagery surrounding the quote unquote child in the film I personally think that the kids adorable what the little like larva fan I think he's adorable I think he's adorable you are sick it's the Austrian protagonist Henry Spencer and again girlfriend Mary acts to bizarre individuals who have somehow spawned a limitless monstrosity that swaddled in thick bandage like material looks vaguely like a baby alien cab for some sort of reptile but it's nothing of this world this scene in the movie with the with the I'm with the chickens at me at dinner Cornish and if what whatever it is that's the scene where I go what then you got the girl behind the radiator I I don't I love that movie I love a razor it's so much fun why is fantastic you can tell it was made during a pretty dark period in his life because he was living in I was a Pittsburgh who's living in a in like in a city center and all the imagery is just of all yeah like factory and well anyways yeah really very impressive it's up right that was the first of David Lynch movie ever saw was a researcher at the first one I ever saw and I immediately loved it I was like thirteen when I saw the first time it's weird how certain certain movies if you saw him at a very young age but they had a delivery for up like a raisin in a profound effect on me as it would any thirteen year old you know you're not used to this kind of movie either you know I mean and I was like wow this is fantastic I don't know what the hell's happening that I'm in and out and I saw I saw a clockwork orange wavy way too young it would very well I was a a Levin maybe when I saw clockwork orange and that's another one that like you know as you get older you know okay his clockwork orange but you know like when you're like eleven or maybe barely twelve when I saw clockwork orange it's going to have a pre eighty profound effect on you yeah that's a that's a bitter pill to swallow I was just like no I loved it I don't always carry some but but so at some of the imagery is just in the same or a fine of the imagery it's the violence it's the sax it's the language and I'm not talking about profanity I'm talking about Burgess is words that that yeah and that will and was called like mad Saturday yeah yeah a mixture of Anglican ized Russian it was just an item no you know like that was one of those movies one is mind boggling movies at a twelve year old a fresh twelve year old should probably not see without some sort of explanation and I saw I followed it up with a razor head so I I this is the kid who saw the exorcist eight is now watching you know barely twelve in watching clockwork orange following it up with Eraserhead so I decide this maybe be you know you guys might be it getting insight as to you know how you might want to raise your kids considering how I turned out I feel like you're probably in a room with a bunch of doctors like observing you all at some point yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah they had me they actually had my eyelids stretched open they were dropping there were two drops in my eyes three days I still I still don't believe the ending of that movie the I I just yeah I was cured alright what completely excise in the last chapter of the book is clearly he really was like actually you know what get that exactly I love that movie the man is yeah movies if you use a topic that we should do sometime what movies it'll scramble your rain yeah well no movies that you see at a young age that that really made it had a profound effect on you you know I mean yeah like like for instance in this is that this is a okay had a profound effect on me the whole god that's one of the scariest movies the the whale the way I mean I don't even know what to say and and Bambi same thing Bambi do you mean those are kids movies but I'm talking like movies that might not be appropriate for kids you know I can't imagine what like a a nine year old you know but would think of the for the first ten minutes of up I don't even know what how do you pronounce how do you process backed Hey kids you will learn about grief right we can't have children and then she dies that's the first ten minutes of up it's official the love of this man's life who is barren then they can't reproduce you see that there and he's all alone some idiot boy scout shows up in bugs him I love that movie though so he learns the value of friendship he does but it takes a lot but I don't need the first ten minutes I didn't need that in my life I don't need to be sobbing ten minutes into a Pixar movie my god all right.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hundred give us a call if you've got a training behavior and agility question what do you think about that with the H. as you as you know you're seeing on the news with even our own president you know and it's the fingers being pointed everywhere and I got to give the women of this country credit for standing up and I got to give the kids credit now too there's a lot going on in this country you know because of the shootings in South Florida these kids sixteen seventeen eighteen years old have a good voice I don't know if you watch the news but date they're standing their ground and good for them another standing for a good thing and and so are women because I mean I'm girls of course I'm not one you two are but I I would imagine you probably got harassed or whatever no but the thing is is that it's it's interesting even when Purcell's case and I don't know his whole case I know Wayne very well very well and the thing is you know I've got my opinions but they're just mine but in terms of women where do you draw the line in terms of having fun joking around verses being serious I mean I know there is a line there I mean I'm sure you women know that you've crossed that line but you ever get like tag we joke around sometimes you know about different things off the air and stuff like that but I'm I'm not harassing you were anything but we never even stepped in that direction now you just you're respectful we joke around but it still is fun yeah it's that's what I mean no worries that line where how do you know the difference between fun verses not in winter Sally's case I mean I don't know maybe he really crossed the line I'm not sure because they're not putting out any comments but well I can only speak for myself but sometimes I I always assume the best and so sometimes you know if the guy is that said something whatever I'll I'll think to myself did you mean it that way or you know it and then you know if it's a cross the line they they keep going or sometimes it actually gets closer to being physical at that point and and you know darn good well I think of physicals involved that's that's way over the line so I mean even touch yeah and that's I don't have it and you will get a radio broadcaster that touched Taylor swift and she won the case for a dollar on it so she wanted to get money money out of it she wanted you know is it out we're in and that's what you know the women movement is doing right now is letting it known that Hey we're not gonna take it anymore which I think is good I think it's good I think in some cases though I mean there's two sides to every story obviously rat I think a lot of not a lot of them I've seen a lot of me too posts on social media that I think are just women being not too sensitive but lake I saw one girl that posted her hash take me to where she was walking down the street and some guy yelled something inappropriate to her like that's not the same that's not sexual assault to me no it's not I mean the people that just an idiot yeah you know and there's a lot of idiots out there but but I mean it happens to guys too I mean guys get harassed as well from women you know or by women so it does happen on the other side I mean I'll raise my hand I can say that I was when you know in jobs that I've done with women that were you know or above me so it does happen I think in in that especially when in terms of money or jobs or whatever I think it'll probably continue to occur but it said the when you got like an organization like the HSUS Humane Society United States it now is getting dirt on their nose you might say as you know something that indeed and I don't think they should hold it against the organization I don't think they do especially when they're all actions taken quickly you know there's networks and shows and producers of movies and immediately things are just all right we you're gone you're gone weird they disassociate immediately and according to the story everybody at the main society United States like the the chairman's they were all out gone and she came back into maybe coming back but so I guess they had a you know do their investigation on or whatever they got rid of all the dirty noses I yeah so but that's the thing that was like don't pick on the organization like the animal organization they've done some good of course I've always said on this show is that you know we if you're going to donate to a large organization make sure you know your money is gone because some of the CEOs and I'm not pointing fingers but they don't necessarily it may end up in their pocket more than it's going to end up you know for the welfare of animals so that's why some people say it's better to actually donate or give to UMB smaller organizations like your local shelter or your rescue groups and so on and so forth because for the most part you're gonna directly see that in your environment or your community what's going down the fostering and by the food for your foster animals and not there we go back to that's a good idea exactly where it's going because you're taking care of the and I mean people you know there's a lot of people that there's a lot of wealthy out there and they do make donations because it's all right off for one thing and it's a charity and they they feel good about it but just make sure the money's going in the right direction make sure it's going in the right pocket you know and there's a lot of pets out there that you know education is important educating the people out there about spay and neuter and everything but also it needs to be done you know maybe get some more Vance out there and and veterinarians I could travel around neighborhoods and you know do it that way or something you know local shelters are connected to a spade a other clinics and I have some of them do it actually in at the shelters but maybe more of them where they could stay these animals for cheap because the thing is people don't want to spend or don't have the money to spend on a spay neuter sometimes so if you can help them out maybe they would bring their animal and have it done so now just a lot of different things that you can do that just I think more people need to pay attention to everything that they're doing.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Two five and eight hundred seven seven one one two five I want to share this with you guys because it being and Saint Pete as long as you guys have specially set you'll appreciate this we always we talk about bizarre owes a lot to consider that not just a landmark but that's like a cultural happening in Saint Pete the problem is always what the traffic in the parking lot going on there yeah and the clothes on Sundays right and when you go in it's just ask the elbow people at me and so this morning I was getting some snowed non do she wears says as getting some tattoo worked on I would have said ink but that was on a lot do shows get I've been taught this did about a cover up for awhile same guy I talked to about the Tampa when Cup tattoo so I was like I was I was run early and I said man you know they're opening up early just so they can get a head start on my work I'm a stop on his sorrows and see if I get some scones some class all that this place opening up early for you yeah the I. P. well I mean they you know they could get a jump start on their daily normally open at noon and they they said they are you know you you picked up since gone for the boys I got some scones of chocolate costs all of these in stock nothing says tattoo artists like a Scone as a car song is that Italian I feel like that's friends let me they had chocolate croissants there's probably save yourself some trouble and money just grab a few regrettable but I want to do something nice man the small fresh ink and scones that try to do so I I pull up and there's a space on the outside of the building like right by the front door so immediately I'm I'm going normally gotta be shuttled in from from Riverview to park there and and you going there's almost nobody in the place so if you ever have to go to Mazar rose I know it's every morning at nine thirty nine nine forty is make that your time to hit the place and you will you'll feast upon the empty store does that is my pro tip do you guys all you have there because I don't even know you're getting a tattoo and I'm looking at it looks very it looks all encompassing yeah it's I've been out with the first thing I thought I saw was that it's big yeah so I I've never really felt like I had a real tattoo and I've had a hard on my on my right arm for a while probably I think seventeen eighteen years or so that has my son's mom's name in it so I want to get it covered up for a while I just never really found the right artist and never really had the right situation and then when we were talking to the the the about the temple and cut thing we talked about me getting a tattoo so I started conversations up my buddy Richie who has giggle waters by the way Google waters now serving the impossible burger as a substitute for any of their burgers on the menu I saw they're about to go through like a journey of every Marvel movie ever starting soon with the Iron Man movie like every actor gonna show all of them in order yeah in order like every week they'll pick a marble with it I'll tell you Richard Rachel have a have a friggin fantastic place out there and and I love those guys in that with that's the only sinner they would work for me because I have to be drunk to want to watch any of those phones right so other stuff with the big reveal so I've been talking to rich you hook me up with this guy TJ who is on say I think season two of eight masters he's that foolish pride and weird we talked about the cover up for with the temple and cop just didn't work out I just didn't yes why backed out of it and I said I just kind of had the feeling like it wasn't right and man oh man am I ever glad that I I mean of all the bullets that I've Dodge and I've but I've Dodge many not getting the tabloid cut tattoo has to be one of the better decisions that I've made since two thousand three lot of people out there says with jinxed jinks this but me not getting this out there I I've never heard a person say that all the message boards of the message board that's there's that that we read it slash cringing so they're saying that along with the vehicle leave a thing which by the way do you know why that's training I have no idea why no now I know that so I know the read it works like that in that things that become viral you know pop back up but I think that's what a lot of things in the internet age like a story can die from it and then come back so now what will the the homemade manned for self made I always get that wrong homemade may may may I was right the first time not for a call that to my attention and does so anyway I I talked to a dude and you know the heart tattoo to begin with so yours there you only live it you kind of limited scope what you can do so I I trust them to put together a really cool design he did and just as let love rule the top it's a great way to live your life right what is it what's the what's the design it looks like a blue lion it's it's a hard it's it's like a if I were in my heart on my sleeve yes in a heart in them or their wings on the heart well I don't know that I mean it's up to interpretation of those are with those rain to windows are angel wings those are to protect interpretation I don't I don't believe there angel I don't as I don't necessarily think that their wings of a all right that was maybe it is open to interpretation because I thought those were angel wings I don't believe so wait so did he just went back to sign up on your arm and you can show you what had a time he showed me how to Tahoe yeah it was a I was gonna show be like yeah whatever you want it's cool it says let love rule yeah.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Thank you everything you do for everyone I wish I hate to think of where I've been seventeen eighteen years ago and I know what about you that right now my wife wants to retire and we have three rental properties our house is paid off the paid off your debt anyway we do on the rentals and I want to you I think we're going to move once he does when he does retire so I thought I heard you say you do not keep Runnels the long distance Ronald duration we do have enough money to pay off at least one of the rentals and so I don't know if I should do that or hang on to that money make a move or two the deck on the home that we would sell this to to switch your faults and all that so you're going to move from Columbia Missouri to wear when you retire we're going to start exploring that here in the fall possibly down your way or Alabama somewhere or something like that okay in so your home is worth what yes home one eighty okay and how much is in your nest egg in your retirement funds she and hunter I got a lot to twenty universal and Kay and she has one sixty five another a hundred K. E. N. passion and other retirement Tony good he's he is ten years older than me so I would have to continue working just trying to figure out also in that the minimum everyone tells me I just need to pay for health insurance that what what do you make now together we make about he's going to retire so about forty five we do in a casino how old are you I am fifty three okay so what do you want to for the next twenty years still trying to figure it out actually I think where you're going to move and what you're gonna do with your life we'll play into the equation okay but I don't I don't see you in our working for twenty years from forty three to sixty three how old is she she will be sixty four ten minutes here well I mean you easy enough because just start a small business or some kind of make forty or fifty or a hundred or whatever and control your own time so you could travel some other stuff like that but not working for twenty five years or twenty years at your age is kind of silly really I mean you do ER produce something and so anyway so the house that's a hundred and eighty is paid for right correct okay in the rentals all rental number one what is owed on it about thirty two what's it worth seventy five eighty meeting and so that's like thirty five all right and the rental number two what's it worth the other two I bought together so I have them on your own the mortgage payment yeah exactly but anyway about six seventy five owned air and water they were I would say a one eighty the total of them correct each okay so you got a hundred ninety coming to your house you saw all these rooms you got a hundred and thirty five coming out of that what price range home do you think you guys would buy when you move I would probably stay on just two of us so looking under one fifty anyway maybe about three thousand in your pocket if you sell all the property can you pay cash for a hundred and fifteen about some rentals in the area for cash that you are going to live that's what I would do I would usually your hundred to fix up the house and get a box of all of them yeah I'm all ready to sell and get him all sold once you are ready to execute your plan there's no rush but you don't because you don't have your plan figured out your plan has to include where you're going to leave of and what you're going to do with your career after she retires but once you determine those things if I'm in your shoes I'm just to liquidate all of it and go pay cash for my home and whatever catcher got left after that I'll buy some of the rentals that I pay cash for and you would have zero dad and the rental would be in your area you probably won't have three might have one but that's okay betrayed for right right handing save up and buy another one for cash later if you want yeah you know build a real estate portfolio but in the area that you're going to spend the next quarter century of your life the next twenty five years plus and you know so this is a you don't want to be running back and forth from Alabama the Columbia Missouri for the next twenty five years managing three little houses that just drive you nuts man and so now you're much better off I just liquidate all of it and move the money if I were in your shoes so good question thank you for joining us open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five you might also be a little tax analysis done and see how my what your basis is your adjusted basis on these properties and you might want to do a ten thirty one tax deferred exchange on the rentals then that could you know moving the money from those and another rental and not pay any capital gains tax will be a really really nice thing and a ten thirty one will help you do that Haley's weather's in Lubbock Texas Hey Hayley welcome to the Dave Ramsey show Mario better than I deserve what's up all right we recently completed baby step to go well that's really exciting a little bit of a back story before my question is my husband and I own a remodeling company now going pretty good and I have a day job at the property manager makes decent money but I really need to get done tenants and about to my real estate license but my question is that we're about to come into a pretty good one some of money number one to spend it wisely I have two plans I want to complete complete any factory to get a head start on baby step for you I want to quit my day job have a year's worth of living expenses and just wants my real estate career and focus on that do you make at your day job thirty five about them okay how much money you're coming into twenty eight and how much of that will be gone when we do baby step three because we're definitely gonna do that for we talk about anything alright I want to set aside for a problem okay Sheldon that leaves a sixteen thousand dollars you make thirty five they give you sixteen my other give you six months to get started right and I want to put a healthy talk about into retirement you can do you can do all yeah if you put a health can return is going to delay your ability to go do this real estate gave is when you you know when you quit you commit nothing for awhile box six months yeah six months of your income is oddly enough seventeen.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:32 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What it's called yeah it's might get me going let you're going right now yeah right now I'm going to tell yeah yeah I would think you'd be after all these years you can tell when I'm going when I'm not going and I'm going this song is responsible for my going again Sieber trend brought up something interesting Steve are you nearby I'm always close to you bill Steve thank you for that mmhm is Steve went shopping and he needed something kind of basic I'll let him tell you I don't know if you know this or not but Steve will explain to Wendy what you what your deal you went through so I went to the hardware store over the weekend because you know if it's been so much rain in my backyard floods of delivering gauge so I went in I went to the kid at the hardware store by seventeen eighteen years old I said Hey where you're writing ages then he kind of looked at me with the the any no idea because I had a grin on his face like he knew he goes and know what this is all okay first of all that's a dumb question because he should have figured out what a rain gauge dead almost kind of based on the same right because it's got rain engage in it so there's your clues if there's you I don't know how you could illustrator product yeah more than that I wouldn't your rating measures right I'm sure they have rain barrels because those are the big yeah it's not the same thing I know but he's still sort of the dues that is right and I I don't think it's a bad thing I just think it shows how our language changes over which he embarrassed to not know what it is or where it was just kind of had a sly grin on his face like I know I should probably know what that is but he had no idea two years ago I did some late night shopping and one of the things I needed was grapefruit juice and I don't know what's happened in the world of great features but he used to be plentiful it was always right next to the orange juice number three or four different varieties but now for some reason it's not as plentiful it's still there but it's not like it used to be where was front and center right next to the orange juice so I didn't see any I just started tasting it may I if I did I love that Hannah I didn't see Florida natural I didn't see whatever the local brand was so I stopped the guy and I said I need a great features but you don't have any here so we got a lot of it I go because I don't see it come out with me and he motions me over and he takes me to the grape chill Welch's yeah Welch's and I said no that's not great for Jews at all and he goes yes it is no it's not great piece of fruit he pointed at the word great fun there any because this is what you're asking me for and here it is many years ago I had to buy an athletic supporter for one of my boys and I winking I always thought of for both the model is why did you wait first sure he should be on the same with the crazy eyes those pretty crazy that was honestly I you can go home now your dad stands out that so I went to a drug store and said do you have any athletic supporters and I asked the pharmacist it was granted it wasn't the pharmacist it was some guy working there yeah and act yeah then he says you know I'll for so I go there and it's all doctor Scholl's stuff then I go back and I said mathletics supporter and he goes yeah the doctor Scholl's inserts you know the I said a jock strap all now we found and then he didn't know so then it's like there's a customer name they don't really sell those very much anymore they have I'm like what the ace bandages and stuff right what has supplanted Steve is there a new product that you take like road the lycra under I can so yeah I guess the tech compressor shorts yeah yeah many years ago yeah my son went well I'm I would say that yeah it may be too late he wears those all I didn't realize that took over the role of weird Jack straps and most they still have them I bet you they need to buy maybe for Christmas but but my point is in all of the stories you would almost think that somebody who works at a particular store would be well versed on the items that they have none of the things we just described are incredibly outrageous I've never heard right I knew what a rain gauge was and that you know never owned a one on one I don't I do know gardening I know what that is but there if you work at a hardware store there are so many items there that that might be difficult amazing Steve you had another incident when you went into to get some for your shoes too did you ask for something yeah last night I went to place and ask for shoe tree so where your shoe trees and the guy says there will we don't really sell shoes trees what it was right did any kind of yeah I'm not sure right you guys still use shoot trees well that's my point it's just I think it's more it's just the way things change you know I'm the older guy now asking for the grapefruit juice make memory in my three but it is not going to shoot really she tree is that what you hang your shoes on you know like a it goes on the back of the door or are you kill or you could be out you can mount it anywhere you want all right now what do you call the things that you put inside a shoe like to keep the reform now this there is soon so this is the thing that shaped kind of like yeah but and it was out a little bit push down yeah they don't make those and I don't know they make those anymore we're officially old aren't we my dad Musta had fifty of them I'll talk to him maybe high sells some I I don't remember that what was ever the real function of those like they would stretch them out when you first bought the shoe or keep your shoe look in the shade yes should be good to get out of shape if it was just sitting there without your foot sometimes like dress shoes mainly if you know the throne in a closet and you don't take care of on that yeah it just keeps some fresh and shaped nice right right they should have one of those for a bra no because I think people would buy them for different reasons are people just weird people would just buy a mop you wouldn't be able to get him what what I was a kid we would get shoe Polish on a fairly regular basis right I haven't put shoe Polish honestly in forty years I by it right you buy a color for life now yeah I got my black yeah well they actually from the today show they're looking for your old bras Stephen billion dollar Clyde work in there accurate too soon it's wasn't really too soon enough I I I just I don't know what to do with you are you are going you can go into that told you I'm not I love animals and wildlife rescue groups that help treat injured turtles are asking for Brock class which can be used to repair the damage shallow interesting isn't that a durable the clasps not the Cup Sierra originally I thought the Cup part now is what else the class yes it's a completely last Tuesday the wild under wildlife an animal rehab and sanctuary in Iowa posted a photo in message on Facebook asking for the hooks the post went viral tens of thousands of shares and people promised to send the bra clasp around the country I don't know how it will I see how they do it they glue the clasps on to the shell and then they use a string to kind of hold it together that's interesting it is interesting thought of that it may seem like an odd first aid tool it's not as uncommon as one might expect well how many can they need right thousands of turtles with Frank these these point is a valid point yeah I don't know and the turtles always looking barest right again I thought it was the cop part because I think the injured she said little little push up top there's a kind of look like a turtle than who wears a girdle I know that was a Dr Seuss book with all the terrible in the kernel of my my soldiers doing is myrtle so we used to color Merle the turtle if anyone else has these weird things happen to us with the athletic supporter yeah I don't want to just go walk in and say do you have a Jack where I am jockstrap yeah that's a bad opener we're gonna make this no make up day tomorrow national thing or just long the three of us that's a separate issue I'm sorry we might all right what will come back we'll discuss this further stick around everybody we have to stay here because we have any AS always that's today and center Brock lasts because it will help the test yes it always done if there are other things you're looking for that makes you sound like an old fuddy Duddy when you're asking form three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred what do you want to hear some of those and if you could if you also have a story about going into a particular store we think will they'll know what I'm talking about I mean that's what the story is not crazy yeah I just you know usually you know your inventory but like I said a hardware store there are so many different things that they have with a hardware store I'm almost willing to give way yeah if you're in the business of selling groceries you should at some point learn the difference between grapefruit and grapes yeah they're both fruit but that's it that's where the comparison ends they just what do you not know that because they just heard great been tuned out you know the short attention span that's what it is that's what it comes down to and I think that would be at all right we have to vamp for how long jasmine like two minutes aw come on can't we just take a quick break and come back to me explain what he was talking about with no make up there yeah but you know bird trans I guess I didn't officially say not for air you didn't thought well he did not well no we know we don't have to talk about all of it just the thought to just we we don't have to talk about any of it I just but my only point was about none of us is going to wear make up tomorrow not about anything else and that doesn't need any kind of explanation when he's going in for a task you're going to I'm going to get a scan screening yes I'm going to a dermatologist and I feel really weird because I had to take my toenail Polish off and my nail Polish off they scan you with like a little spelunkers thing I right and it's like I don't know if it's UV light or something where you know if something looks cancer as it stands out to them and you pretty much have to just lay naked and let them you know look it over doing the off after the show and they said make sure you don't have any make up on and I said I really don't go out without make up right I said I have a lot of broken capillaries on my face yeah I'm kinda blotchy I have to wear mascara because my eyelashes are shortened wind in the aisle I look like James Spader yeah yeah and so I just said in support of you bill and I would pledge not to wear make up tomorrow either tomorrow night of assortment for late because I have make up on.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

14:48 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

"Well, Hello there. And welcome to the church is broken podcast. My name is Samuel nighter in the mission of this show is to spread the message of the kingdom because God did not call us to be church. People to be church goers to be church builders to be church planters. He called us to be kingdom. People fighting to bring light into the dark world around us and actually into the darkness within us. Today. I started my journey toward my two thousand nineteen targets actually yesterday. I started my journey yesterday. Was my birthday today is January eighth as I record this. You'll be hearing this episode on January fourteenth. And I began my journey toward my one year targets. Yesterday. And one of the parts of my journey is around my body. My one year target for my body is this I will hike the Grand Canyon rim to rim to rim by the end of the year. Now for those of you that don't know what that means. I really don't have full concept of what that means at this point. But what I do know is that is approximately a fifty mile hike. With over eleven or twelve thousand feet of elevations. So you go down a mile. It's actually not eleven or twelve thousand feet. It's closer to twenty thousand feet, you go down six or seven thousand feet, you come up six or seven thousand feet you. Go back down six or seven thousand feet, and you come back up six or seven thousand feet all in approximately twenty five thousand feet of elevations changed throughout a fifty mile hike. And. Is pretty hard core. Especially considering the fact that I am not a marathon runner. I'm not a triathlete. I am not any of these kind of outdoor adventure type of people. And the fact that I'm seven and a half months into having torn my achilles. And it is still not healed up. Like, my Killys is doing okay, but all the tendons in my ankle the interior tibial tendon the anterior to build ten in the post, eerie, whatever the hell they're called. They're all jacked up there all irritated and tendons in the ankle take a long time to heal because there's not a lot of circulation down there. On top of that. I'm not all that fit on top of that. I am not at a place in any stretch of the imagination right now where I could hike more than a mile without tweaking my ankle. So getting to an outcome in twenty nineteen where if I was healthy right now would still be a hell of a challenge is all that much more of a challenge due to my current state in my body. And this is why talked about a couple podcasts ago. It's pretty important to know where you're at. To know where you wanna go. If you don't know where you stand today. How are you going to get anywhere where you're trying to go because you're living in the realm of fantasy? You're not living in the realm of reality. You're living in the realm of fantasy. And if you live in the realm of fantasy, you're not basing your outcomes on facts, you're basing them on fiction, and therefore the reality is you'll never end up reaching your targets because their fantasy and you're basing them on fantasy. So my reality currently in my body right now is that I need to build a foundation if I'm going to achieve this impossible target that I've set out for twenty nineteen. Now this impossible target is not running an ultra marathon. Like, I'm not a runner, but I love hiking. And I have hiked and I have done things in the past where I could do a ten mile hike with a few thousand feet of elevations. So doing a fifty mile hike with twenty five thousand feet of elevations. It's a little bit crazy. But it is not out of the realm of reason. There are people that run this trail, they do it in about thirteen hours normal people who hike this trail, it's not recommended to do. So, but if you hike it room to room to room, you're talking about approximately twenty hours of continuous hiking. That being said where I'm at right now is challenge. So what I realized is in this first quarter of my challenge. It's all about preparing my body from a healing standpoint. And laying the foundation for me to get to the point where I could actually begin to train for something like this rim to rim to rim in the Grand Canyon in the third and fourth quarters. Like right now, there's no way I can train if I begin to train I will further hurt myself. I will never get to the target right now. It's about laying the foundation laying the groundwork. So what I realized I need to do this quarter. Among other things in my body is to begin to do some type of yoga. And mobility flexibility core training, like whenever I have trained in the past as an athlete, I always pushed limits, and I always beat myself up like I know how to push push past threshold. I did all that. And as I have gotten into my later, mid adult years. I realized that every time I start to apply that mindset to my forty two year old body. The mindset of an eighteen year old athlete. I end up injuring myself, tweaking, my shoulder, my elbow, my bicep, tendon, my wrist my knee. My ankle whatever it is one thing after another as I began to get back into fitness in my middle years about a year and a half ago. I started realized that the mindset that I've had in the past as an athlete is not working for me now as a forty two year old man and one of the things in reasons why it's not working because number one I've neglected my body for a long time. I didn't start to focus on my body taking care of my body until about a year and a half ago. I was forty at that point I neglected my body for about seventeen eighteen years after my wrestling career listening to some of my earlier podcasts to understand why. I was so burn out. And with the mindset in the story that that created what I neglected my body, then I began to get back into my fitness and I began to hurt myself consistently. And I realized I got change something here, and what I've alternately come to his this like I do not have the foundation in my body that I need to pull off a target such as the one I've set for myself and twenty nineteen and that foundation where I'm lacking is in my mobility my flexibility, my core strength, and that I need to focus on these areas. Because if I do not have the mobility and flexibility and core strength. Ultimately, I'm building on a weak foundation. I keep getting hurt. There's a guy early on about a year and a half ago. Former wrestler high school wrestler on another team that I? Reconnected with as I got into my training, and my fitness again, and he was all about mobility. He said, you know, his name is Scott overhauled, he's out of Akron, Ohio. And what he told me was look if you want long-term, functional fitness is all about mobility, like literally your joints, and the mobility that you have is where your strength comes from. If you don't have mobility good mobility in your joints and good flexibility. Ultimately, you will not be able to maintain your functional your functionality and have functional fitness for the long haul which is exactly what I wanted. So I began to do a mobility routine. But I realized that I need to enhance that I need to take it to another level. So part of my ninety day challenge is I re I signed up for something called 'coco yoga. 'coco is a seal fit. Company started by guidance Mark Devine, and he does all kinds of training for candidates for the navy seal bud school like he does this thing called the Cacuso. It's like a fifty hour. Seventy hour buds training, the guys that are going to go into the seals and buds. He takes them through a process to show them. Basically what it's going to be like try to break them down and see if they're mentally tough enough to go through the physical challenges while he also started this thing called cocoon yoga. And I've heard about it in the past and it resonated because there's a warrior aspect to it. There's kind of this. You know, it's cool with the whole navy seal thing, it's cool with the seal fit thing. But there's something about yoga that I've realized four my core strength, my mobility, my flexibility, all these things like that. This is a new way of being able to build a foundation my body. It's actually a realize it's a new way for me to be able to care for my body. And instead of applying the old mindset of push push push the eighteen year old mindset where my body could actually handle that mindset at that time without constantly injuring myself. Now, I'm not ready for that mindset because I don't have the foundation one of the reasons I don't have the foundation is my mobility flexibility and so- yoga and this could coral yoga appealed to me as a way to care for my body and begin to build the foundation in the base of my body. So this morning, I started my first Qorogh online training session. And there was one session on simple box breathing because they focus on breathing, and then all the other things and I'm just doing the basic beginner series right now and four minutes of box breathing box, breathing if you're not familiar as you breathe in for four seconds, you hold for four seconds, you breathe out for four seconds. And you hold for four seconds. And you do that over and over and over. And I could barely last three to four minutes of this four second box breathing routine. And I'm sitting there thinking like, oh my goodness. Are you kidding me? Not only is the box breathing something physical. But it's there's also a meditative component to it. Am I challenge in my being component? My spiritual component this quarter. For other reasons is to do a three day meditation roots retreat because I want to deepen my spiritual connection to God. I want to be able to go deep in right now. What I realized is I have I do not devote enough time. I do not have the techniques and the time and the focus where I am focusing on and spending the effort energy and time to deepen my connection with God. And so this meditation retreat is calling out to me as I'm sitting there doing four minutes. Of four second box breathing. And realizing oh my gosh. I can barely do four minutes of this. This is a meditation practice, and I think I'm going to do a three day meditation retreat. What am I thinking? Then we got into a fifteen minute very, very basic yoga routine. And something as simple as sitting there and crossing my legs like literally sitting in the pose where you see this all the time where your legs are crossing. You're just sitting in your bag. You have good posture back up your shoulders, are you racked and straight your back is straight, and you're sitting there with this cross leg posture. I couldn't even sit that way. Like, I'm so tight in my legs, and my hips, and my knees, I can't even sit in the most basic yoga pose and here, I am looking at quarter one doing forty five days minimum of ca- coral yoga, so that I can start to build a foundation in my body of mobility flexibility, core strength, breathing all these things that I need ultimately to hit my one year target like I can't even sit in the pose without being in pain. The yoga leader sitting there doing these different things. And I'm literally she's talking about Ben this way to the right and tilt your head back and walk your hands for them like lady, I can't even like, I can't even think about anything other than the pain in my hips. And in my knees just trying to sit here, and you want me to walk my hands forward over top of that.

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on The Working Experience

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"seventeen eighteen years" Discussed on The Working Experience

"They're just they're just they just been they've been beaten by a stick and vote is depress. It's a press event getting put out to pasture when you're like fifty five now, we don't need anymore. Stan thanks, though. And here's a gold plated watch. Well level. O'briens for you. And well, you know, I was just gonna say it was kind of funny. I you know, we're reading into the wild. And he was really into transcendental Azam throw and all that Chris mccandless. So I it's a little project is said to the kids. All right. You know, here these tenants transcendental ISM create your own little community get into groups and give me a rule that everybody has to do once a day once a week once a month once a year in your transcendental community like something specific, and I had in mind like you have to meditate for an hour a day or once a week, you have to give up two hours to work at a charity, or whatever is in this. The these are juniors and seniors seventeen eighteen years old and they're walking around like, okay. What did you guys come up with for like once a week as kid goes grocery shopping? No. I mean, another group put take a shower of like, look, look, look, look let let's take certain things as Rhett that we're gonna shower go grocery shopping. That's not what I mean like more elevated, and then I thought well, they are like seventeen eighteen years old. I guess this is part of the exercise is trying to get them to think a little on a little higher plan. They are. But. Yeah. I mean, even that which sorry go ahead. I was gonna say they come out with interesting responses that sometimes I think all right. Don't get aggravated. Like, this is part of the learning process. I I hope so. Well, yeah, it's it's it's about, you know, learning than ages learning trying stuff failing repeating succeeding repeating in. It's it's good even asked that question at that age, you know, to to figure out like what you you know, what you want out of out of life. Like, what do you? What do you wanna do? What do you wanna be will? You know? I play the clip that Denzel Washington starts off with talking about technology in these like, you know, is is your he's a really smart guy on his. He's afford him grad other. That's right. That's right. He he's he was like, you know, is your technology. Are you using your technology or technology using you and he's? Like, what does it really four? Like, what is it? What's really the purpose? Or what are we using it for and then they actually Joe Rogan talking about a lot of what we've talked about ad nauseam. You know, people working these jobs that they don't really like for the stuff. They don't really want, and blah, blah, blah. I played it for them as six minutes and this kid looks at me he goes. Yeah. Mr Kerr, we've we've heard all of this. But like how are you supposed to avoid that? And I was like, oh, I, you know, I don't really know what to tell you. I realized you know, this kid's seventeen eighteen years old. And I'm like, you don't really have to map your whole life right now. But you know, something food for thought. So it's I mean, it's it's a very valid question because you know, you're being bombarded with messages advertising messages, you know, hundreds thousands.

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