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Sean Feucht Drops In After His Times Square 'Let Us Worship' Event

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | Last week

Sean Feucht Drops In After His Times Square 'Let Us Worship' Event

"Ladies and gentlemen Sean Foyt, Sean, I can't believe you are in the studio. In the flesh. Every time I've interviewed you on this program, you've been in a car on a hilltop in California. Right? Yeah. And you are in New York City. Welcome to New York, my friend. Thank you. I was just Alvin and I were just telling my audience our version of what happened last night. And it was so beautiful and a friend of mine, my wilkerson said, oh, and when the sun went down while we're worshiping, that was the beginning of Roche Shaun at the beginning of the Jewish new year. And I said, that was not planned. That was amazing. To be worshiping Jesus in the middle of Times Square. Publicly, beautifully. So last night we saw the film, the film super spread is fantastic. The only part I didn't like is my part. I'm in it folks. I apologize, you know what I mean? I was just very bullish. I was bloated and confused. But they put it in any way, because but Sean, just tell us, what happened yesterday? Man, it was wild. I mean, like you mentioned, you know, being in Times Square, the place where the ball drops, the place where the eyes of the world look at during new years. And we were there actually during the real new years. Is that not amazing? Yeah, it's so cool. And what was even more wild, I mean, there's so many different threads to weave, but when we first came in 2020 and we were on the West Coast and we were doing lettuce worship and of course, you know, people were, there was a narrative from the media that it was like this anti lockdown anti government protest. It wasn't that at all. It was just like, hey, we're The Church of Jesus Christ. We need to rise up. This is a dark time people are fearful. People are filled with, you know, this chaos is confusion, drug and alcohol use of skyrocketing, suicides, this guy rocketing, we need to worship. And so then when I had it in my heart, like we got to go to New York City. This is a city I love. I've been coming here since I was a kid, and when we showed up in Washington square park under the big arch, there was a policeman there, a chief of police that met me and he said, what are you guys doing here? And I said, well, you know, we're here to worship. And at that time, protesters had been raging through that park. And it was just a place of chaos and violence. And he said, well, we could use the church here.

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Waiting to Be Religious Is Waiting for Happiness to Come

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:53 min | Last week

Waiting to Be Religious Is Waiting for Happiness to Come

"Waiting to be religious. To become active in a religion, is like waiting for happiness to come without acting happy. You feel what you act in the age of idiocy in which we live truly idiocy. Which, by the way, is a direct result of secularism. There is no wisdom in secularism. There's science, but there's no wisdom. Science has no wisdom. Science doesn't tell you a damn thing about how to live a life. Not one bloody thing. Science doesn't tell you to be kind or be cruel. So people tell me they believe in science. Oh, really? And what does it tell you to do? Namely one thing science tells you to do. In the moral sphere or any other. So on this eve of the holiest days of the Jewish calendar, and by the way, the Jewish belief is that Russia Shaun is new year's for everybody. It's called the Jewish new year, but it's not the new year for Jews. The Jewish belief it is the new year for all of humanity. How about this one this little bug you? Also believe that young kip, that David Tillman God judges everyone to a non Jew. Everyone, the Jewish belief is that God judges your behavior, not your beliefs. So if you're not a Jew, it's not relevant to your judgment. How did you act, how did you behave? It's called ethical monotheism. It is the fundamental belief core belief of my life. God wants us to be good and judges our behavior.

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Caller: The Split Amongst the Republican Party

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last month

Caller: The Split Amongst the Republican Party

"Just wanted to call about the fundraising and all that you say are done and I wanted to talk about when the two biggest conservative talk show host in the country, I believe or as you and Shaun Hannity. And when you and shown kind of went your separate ways y'all don't agree on stuff anymore. And that's obvious but the peak that Shaun put up that you didn't agree with and by the way I agree with you. But my point is, what did that do to Conservative Party in that sale? How many people lived in the old daily and they've been split now? Well, go ahead. Well, what would you recommend that I do? So Hannity is out there and he is, it doesn't matter whatever president Trump says, he will follow. I'm just not that person. You know, I saw that doctor Oz was a flawed candidate. Supported abortion and Chris, I just, I got to tell you, man, I can not support anybody who supports abortion. Can't do it. And I'm and I'm with you there. I'm with you. Here's what I don't understand. Why would they do that if they want to win? You need to talk about Mitch McConnell, Kevin McCarthy. I wouldn't give a dime to the Republican Party because they are Democrats. They are Democrats. I vote. But why would I give any money to the Republican Party? Look what they've done to us. I'm 50 years old and my whole life are voting from 18. I've seen the Republicans what they've done. This is not a democratic problem. This is not. This is a Republican problem.

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Sean Davis: If a Baby Is Not Human, What Species Is It?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Sean Davis: If a Baby Is Not Human, What Species Is It?

"We're not psychiatrists shown, but I have to ask you to react to what we've seen over the weekend again and again and again. Not only was there pregnant woman outside the Supreme Court with a massive belly which had written on her belly, not a human yet. I mean, just mind numbing indoctrination. There are so many reports as even video Shaun of pro abortion protesters there with their little children wearing political t-shirts and what have you. What does that tell us about the place that this party has sunken to? Well, first off, I hope the baby inside that woman is not human. Exactly what species was she fornicating with. Good question. Good question. It's always amused me. If the baby is not human, what species is she, and if she's not alive, why do you need to kill it? Right. We all know that's absurd, even that person knows that absurd. What they're actually saying is that I don't believe that this person inside me is entitled to the same rights. I have because if that were the case, it would be inconvenient for me. And when you take that into account, it makes clear that while we think this is a political battle, it's actually not. It's a spiritual battle. There's clearly an otherworldly element here. And what I saw over the weekend in the reactions from the left was just was purely demonic.

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Fighting the Pro-Abortion Cult With The Federalist's Sean Davis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Fighting the Pro-Abortion Cult With The Federalist's Sean Davis

"First guest of the day, cofounder CEO of that amazing website. We love so much. Great content there every day. It's the federalist and he's Shaun Davis Sean. It's been a long time. Welcome back. Thank you for having me. All right, gotta ask first. I didn't rehearse this. I was just looking at my notes. Have you seen Top Gun? Absolutely. Good. I just wanted to make sure because we could even discuss that. It has broken a billion bucks, wokeness is in trouble a $1 billion for Top Gun: Maverick in just the last couple of weeks. But let's stick on the topic we invited for you here today. Let's get the left reaction, the mainstream lying media's reaction to the announcement from Friday. This is this giant of a man. He doesn't even qualify as a rhino. Joe Scarborough cut 6. Even the language, there was a violence to the reasoning. We win, you lose. Yeah. We're taking away these rights, and there's nothing you can do about it. If somebody disagrees with me, please let me know where a court has overruled a right that's been in place for 50 years and done so in such such an aggressive manner with absolutely no grace and absolutely no outreach to their legal or ideological opponents. Sean Davis, the violence of this 70 page decision that I'm sure you have read as well as I have, the aggression, and the lack of grace. The left saying conservatives have no grace, your reaction. Well, I got to tell you that the side that has no grace is the one that refuses to recognize the humanity and innocent unborn babies. And they're the last people on earth that I ever want to hear that word come from. Ideologically morally, there's no real difference between abortion, which is taken alive. I think it's something from 60 million to 70 million babies over the last 50 years. In America, in America alone, 800,000 a year. Absolutely. Yeah. This, what happened on Friday is on par with the immense patient proclamation. In the Pantheon of American history, it is one of the greatest things ever to have been done in the face of unspeakable

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"After Charlottesville, there would not have been a buffalo. If this country actually cared after a thousand white folks stormed the capitol there would not be a buffalo. We are sick and tired of being sick and tired. And we are at the point in this city is at the point. This is what I've heard from each of you. Thank you for your thoughts and thank you for your prayers, but what are your plans? Hear me. Whatever hard thing we need to do or say I have your back and there are millions of people around the country that have your back, let's push like buffalo's life depends on it. Hear me. This is life or death, right? No, we talk that talk. This is life or death. This man killed our grandmothers. Our great grandmothers. This man killed our elders. It's time for us to act like our lives depend on it. If you believe that, say, amen. God bless you, buffalo. Break it down but to break the break the break break down. I'm Tiffany Hawkins. I'm Alan boomer. And we are the momentum advisers every single week. We talk about wealth management, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. We are financial advisers by day, we're entrepreneurs by night. We're building wealth for ourselves and we want to make sure that you understand how to build wealth in your own family. Tune in for shows like is your money racist, retirement savings, investment one O one. We literally run the gamut on all the things that you need to know about financial wealth, creating a legacy for your family, can really just wealth creation as a whole. What we find is that these conversations are happening, but they're not happening as much as they need to in diverse communities. And so we're bringing a new voice, a new amount of energy, and we want you to tune in. So we bring the tips we bring the strategy and we always bring the good news. So make sure you tune in every week to the momentum advisers, there's something for everyone..

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

08:08 min | 4 months ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Listen, it's the honor of my life to stand with you in this in this moment. And thank you for even giving me just a few minutes to see you. And to tell you that I love you and that the nation and the world sees you. And sees your pain and people all around the world have cried and have held each other because of the despair of what happened just a few feet behind us. Yeah. And I'm not here to preach, but I do want to share just a few important points. The first thing is, I do need you to understand that even though buffalo sometimes feels very isolated, the eyes of the world are on buffalo right now. And people are really pastors and imams and leaders around the world. Our thinking of you and praying for you, and I hope in some way I hope you feel that strength on the inside. The second thing I want to tell you is that the man who did this is a coward. And I need you to understand that. It wasn't an act of strength. It was an act of cowardice. And at the root of white supremacy and bigotry is cowardice. And so I understand, and I'm not here to talk you out of the fear that many of you are feeling. I hugged many of you who told me, Sean, it's hard for me to go get groceries. Not only because there is no longer a grocery store in this community, but it is just painful to actually go and shop for them. Knowing what just happened in this place, but I need you to understand that the man who did this at the root was a coward. He is not as strong as the weakest among us. And so we do not need to fear because we are stronger, not only than him, but stronger than white supremacy. Right. That's it. Now let me say a hard thing that I can say because I'm flying back home tonight. There are leaders in Buffalo and leaders in Albany. And leaders in Washington, D.C., who are going to try to make you think that listening to you is all they need to do. Listen, it's okay to be heard. But from this city's city council to your mayor? To the governor? To the state legislature in New York? To President Biden? To the Senate in the house, it's not enough to say that you are disturbed and you hear the pain and feel the pain of this city, there is deep change that actually has to happen here. Here's the third point. Here's what we need to see from the city of buffalo. From the state of New York and from our federal government. Show us the budget that you have to confront white supremacy. Listen. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. But we actually want to see your budget to confront white supremacy. Because we are told year after year. That the greatest threat to the safety of security of America. Is not radical Islam, but is white supremacy. So if white supremacy is the greatest threat to the safety of security of America, show us that in your budget. We want to see your budget. Best for buffalo? We want to see in the police department's budget. I have to say this, but police two blocks over treated me in a group of others of us like shit. 20 minutes ago. We want to see in the budget of the police department of the Erie county sheriff's department show us where you care about white supremacy in your budget. They show us your actual plan. Show us the staff that you've appointed. To investigate and confront white supremacy in this city and in this county, otherwise we don't believe you. Thank you. To our governor, who knows this place well. Show us in your budget. How you care about white supremacy? Show us the staff. Bet you have recruited and hired to confront white supremacy. Listen to me, otherwise it's all talk and lip service. Unless you have the budget, the staff and the plan, it doesn't matter. Listen. It's a good thing to have the president of the United States visit this place. All right. And let me say this. He's a man that has experienced grief. When he was nearly 30 years old, he actually lost his wife and kids. His son died not that many years ago. He understands grief and many families told me they did get to meet him. That he gave a loving touch to them. But I'm telling you, President Biden, if you actually care about white supremacy. Show us your staff that you've appointed to confront white supremacy in this country. What are their names? Where are their offices? If you actually care about it. Show us in your budget. Bet you submit. Where you're confronting it. It is not enough to tell this city you care. I'll close with this. Doctor king said that budgets and we need to understand this point that budgets are moral documents. Hear me. Budgets are moral documents that show your integrity or lack thereof. Budgets are moral documents that show your priorities. And what we've actually experienced in this country is a country that continues to tell us that they care about white supremacy, but does not put it in their budget? Does not put it in their staff, it does not put it in their plans. And had they done right by us. After another coward walked into a church in Charleston. It's smarter 9 people. Who also saw him in knew he was peculiar, just as they did in tops. Four kept been seeing that man in new something wasn't right at tops. Because our nature is trusting. That's right. Folk accepted his presence. But if this country actually care, after Charleston, there would not have been a buffalo. If this country actually cared.

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Webb strong for 8 innings, Giants edge Padres 2-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Webb strong for 8 innings, Giants edge Padres 2-1

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No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

No Olympic medal as Shaun White takes flight for final time

"The defending champion U. S. women's hockey team rallied to defeat the Czech Republic four to one in the quarter finals of the Beijing Olympics on Friday police declined netted the eventual winner six forty nine into the third period to break a one all tie and help the Americans avoid a major upset I think a good game is always well one fund the plan but also like I said good for us and all that we have to to be at our best to stay in this tournament the wind comes on the heels of the men's hockey team's tournament opening eight nothing route of China Sean Farrell had a hat trick for the Americans I think we proved ourselves that we can be a really good team offense and the US women's curling team remained undefeated after the tab at the Peterson led teams eight four win over China I'm guessing cool law

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 Shaun White's last Olympics hurrah comes in halfpipe final

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Shaun White's last Olympics hurrah comes in halfpipe final

"Shaun white's illustrious career comes to an end with a fourth place finish in the men's snowboard half pipe white won three gold in the discipline in two thousand six two thousand ten and two thousand eighteen the thirty five year old announced his retirement last weekend elsewhere in Friday Mikaela Shiffrin bounced back from early first round his qualifications in both the slalom and giant slalom she placed ninth in her first ever Olympic super G. team USA's women's hockey squad is out of the semi finals after defeating the Czech Republic four to one and men's curling defeats Great Britain ninety seven to improve to two in one in

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Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

"Nathan Chen and Chloe Kim strike gold on Thursday morning in Beijing Jan posted the best scores in both the short program in the free skate to amass three hundred twenty two point six points and win the men's singles gate meanwhile it's back to back golds for Kim who repeats on the woman's snowboard half pipe throwing down in ninety four with their first run which featured a front sight ten eighty followed by a switch nine hundred a switch backside five forty in the finishing ten eighty I'm so honored to be able to take home the gold said the U. S. that's honestly what it's all about is representing your country and the best way possible defending champ Shaun white will shoot for his fourth career goals when

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 Haemmerle earns gold in close Olympic snowboardcross finish

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Haemmerle earns gold in close Olympic snowboardcross finish

"Lindsey Jacobellis is finally an Olympic gold medalist don't count they'll girl out sixteen years after a premature celebration Koster the gold the thirty six year old broke hard to the finish line in her fifth Olympics to become the oldest U. S. woman to win the gold with their victory in the women's snowboard cross some days it's very stressful and aggravating and anxiety through the roof but when when it all comes together for days like this it makes it worth it it was the first gold of the Beijing games for team USA I hope it definitely starts a trend and that the US will keep rolling chase Josey will join Shaun white in the men's halfpipe final handed curling team Shuster defeated the Russian Olympic committee six to five in their first match in Beijing I'm

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Olympics Live: Shaun White qualifies for half-pipe final

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Olympics Live: Shaun White qualifies for half-pipe final

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Shaun White says Beijing Olympics will be final competition

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Shaun White says Beijing Olympics will be final competition

"One one one one of of of of the the the the big big big big names names names names at at at at the the the the Winter Winter Winter Winter Games Games Games Games will will will will soon soon soon soon call call call call it it it it quits quits quits quits snowboarder snowboarder snowboarder snowboarder Shaun Shaun Shaun Shaun white white white white told told told told reporters reporters reporters reporters that that that that the the the the Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing Olympics Olympics Olympics Olympics will will will will be be be be his his his his final final final final competition competition competition competition the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five year year year year old old old old white white white white said said said said he he he he came came came came to to to to his his his his decision decision decision decision last last last last November November November November at at at at a a a a training training training training stop stop stop stop in in in in Austria Austria Austria Austria where where where where he he he he was was was was nursing nursing nursing nursing knee knee knee knee and and and and ankle ankle ankle ankle injuries injuries injuries injuries white white white white has has has has won won won won three three three three gold gold gold gold medals medals medals medals meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile was was was was a a a a good good good good day day day day on on on on the the the the ice ice ice ice for for for for the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the women's women's women's women's hockey hockey hockey hockey team team team team ran ran ran ran its its its its record record record record to to to to two two two two and and and and blanking blanking blanking blanking Russia Russia Russia Russia five five five five nothing nothing nothing nothing and and and and in in in in mixed mixed mixed mixed doubles doubles doubles doubles curling curling curling curling the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. defeated defeated defeated defeated China China China China seven seven seven seven five five five five I'm I'm I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Morton Morton

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"shaun" Discussed on In Writing with Hattie Crisell

In Writing with Hattie Crisell

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"shaun" Discussed on In Writing with Hattie Crisell

"There's something when you load a typewriter with a sheet of paper or just putting pen to paper. I'm absolutely sure that it activates a different part of your brain and it opens you up in a way that doesn't happen with emails. Hello, I'm happy Chris Elle, this is in writing and that was my guest this week, Shawn usher. Shaun is a slightly unconventional guest for this podcast because although he is a writer, his primary achievement is as the driving force behind letters of note, which is a celebration of correspondence. I think a well written letter is an art form and there's nobody who spent more of their time studying and celebrating their art form than Sean has. He is really passionate about wonderful letters..

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Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 11 months ago

Sean Duffy Explains How the Jury Analyzed Video Evidence in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Folks there's no one no one better than Sean to kind of use the prosecutor in Wisconsin As Shaun is a lawyer himself shaam as a congressman in Wisconsin nobody knows the environment Shawn my first question this was clearly correcting an injustice You are a very good lawyer The elements of the crime were never met I argued to Jenna Ellis before who agreed with me that there wasn't even reasonable suspicion of a crime here in that hierarchy of evidentiary standards Forget about probable cause or beyond the reasonable doubt This is a correcting and injustice this young man should have never been in court in the first place No he shouldn't have been charged but to be fair did he shoot and kill three individuals or shoot to kill to injure another Yes they had him on that And Colin admitted that But then he came around to the second portion which was was this self defense And this was the key of the whole trial Dan that we had so much video of what happened that you get these variant stories in a shady set of prosecutors who are pushing one narrative but the jury was able to go back to the video and say well let's look at what happened was Kyle rittenhouse and aggressor Was he was he a guy that was going through and chasing protesters with the old placards up and razzing protesters No he was there to help people And when he was confronted can I rittenhouse ran away In the video showed all that Dan And that's why I think this journey came back With the not guilty verdict and thank God for the video or I think there could have been a different result here and in justice would have

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Yesterday as you might have seen the online fundraising company go fund me released an official public statement stating what to me. I hope for you was the obvious that i have never started. A gofundme. fundraiser never accessed a go fund me fundraiser. Never benefited from go. Fund me fundraiser never withdrawn funds from go fund me fundraiser and they searched go fund me that i've ever been associated with publicly privately every email account i've ever owned and made a public statement basically repeating what i have said for years in and what should have always been obvious that of course i have never raised and stolen or spent or misappropriated a penny of any money ever raised on go fund me or any online platform and on a dig in and talk about it. I know some of you have heard about it many times. And if you're listening to the podcast that means you are ninety. Nine percent likely already a supporter. But let me unpack and explain what we're dealing with here. This is shaun king and are listening to the break down the break. The breakdown first off. Thank each and everyone of you. Who have gone to.

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Do Police Make Us Safe?

The Breakdown with Shaun King

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Do Police Make Us Safe?

"Across the country particularly in some of america's largest cities. Some crime is up. I say some. Because i've studied these numbers in some cities. Some violent crimes are up in some cities. Violent crime has actually down during the pandemic in other cities Car break ins and carjackings are up but home break ins are down and so a lot of times people will say. Crime is up but they don't actually mean all crime they mean a particular type of crime. What i see is a ton ton of fear going on about how crime is out of control. And here's the thing. listen. I care about that. I want all of us my own family and your family and your friends in your hometown and all over the country. I want all of us to actually feel safe. What i see is a lot of. Americans defaulting back to the thing that they've been taught not just for a few months not just for a few years but defaulting back to something. They've been taught for generations that police more policing better-funded policing more police officers. That all things policing is what's going to make us more safe. That is not the answer. And i don't care what anybody says. Listen to me. Clearly this is the main idea. What i'm about to say. Listen the police department in your city and in your county do not absolutely do not need an increase to their budget period point blank. Dot com budgets are being slashed all over the country for education for public health for mental health for homelessness for housing for jobs. All types of budgets are being slashed and in most american cities. The only budget that has not been cut is the budget of the local police departments who've insisted that they and they alone have the power to keep us safe. But listen to me. If funding policing kept us safe today would be the safest day in american history.

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Interview With David Asboth and Shaun McGirr From Half Stack Podcast

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Interview With David Asboth and Shaun McGirr From Half Stack Podcast

"Can you explain how you picked the name for your podcast. I think it goes back to those experiences. David just reminded me about simply go to a makeup group and explain how we were doing it. People were interested in how to get started with data science in their particular context. But also we were going to be ups speakers but as Audience members. And i remember very well one at a lodge technology company running a social network and i tried. I tried to ask one questions to one of the scientists. I asked about the difficulties of getting hold of the right data for your question and this polite intimate Listen to my question. They looked at me. Like i was from a different planet. And then he said well. We have a team of data. Engineer is dedicated to that. And if there's something that we need we don't have we just pig message on slack. Command like achievement. Few later they send us link to the st bucket where that they tours and i just realized how that said we have some of the same woods and add job title. Maybe we have some of the same training and maybe some of what we do. Some of it will look similar day to day but really the context you're operating is is quite different and when i interviewed for that job i think we got talking about this issue. I recently published something. Actually computer weekly On the psycho. Don't just listen to the one percent view of data science and david you remembered An article that you had read about was code. Doc netted develops what was the. Yeah that that that resonated with us it was about a software developers who aren't like working kind of hipster startups. They were just working on old enterprise software and just making it tick along and essentially powering the entire world. But you won't find them at the cool meet ups they just go to work work with some really old version of and then go home

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"You again in august with brand new content as you may know. The united states spends more money on law enforcement than any country. Not just any country in the world today but than any country in the history of the world. I want you to guess. What percentage of major crimes do you think police solve in his country. What percentage of major crimes do you think police saw in his country. I'll be right back. I want you to thank on it in guest before you hear. My voice is shaun king. You are listening to the the breakdown of the breakdown breakdown. All right did you guess. I want you to take a moment. And thank on it in guess. What percentage of major crime. So we're not talking about Graffiti and speeding. What percentage of major crimes do you think police solve in the united states. I'll go in and you a hint now. I wrote about this today. At the north star dot com. Hope you go there and read the article. Because i have you know nearly a dozen different sources and studies and things for you to check just so you know i'm not making this up but let me give you a big him again. The question is what percentage of major crimes do you think police often this country. Here's my head. Whatever you're thinking go ahead and cut that number by bow ninety percent. I'm dead serious. Cut that number not in half like cut the number probably ninety percent. Go ahead and get the number ahead in this country. I'm give you answer so gave you a chance to guess if you have anybody around you if you're listening to this in the car go ahead and share your number. American police in the united states only solve about two percent of major crimes two percent..

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Okay so stick with us on tiffany hawk worthy the momentum advisers thank you so much for listening to the momentum adviser show this is shaun king founder and ceo the northstar if you want to hear more shows like this featuring black and brown voices on the most important issues of the day can't over right now to the north star dot com to discover all the podcasts. We have to offer. We have over five hundred different episodes from six different podcast series. And they're all great. Check them out. We are.

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Mapped CEO Wants to Simplify IoT Device Integrations

Code Story

03:06 min | 1 year ago

Mapped CEO Wants to Simplify IoT Device Integrations

"During my time at cisco i very quickly realized that It was different from every other business. At cisco it was probably my third or fourth conversation After it come into the iot team where the customer looked at us and said have any of you actually been to oilrig. We sort of Looked around the room and nobody can say yes and so it led to lead the four years of really just visiting any customer could whether it was a manufacturing floor you know the roof of the building or the sub basement building going behind the scenes at an amusement park or you know into an oil refinery or out on an oil rig. I just wanted to feel the pain that the customer was going through and and really understand it. Firsthand and those sorts of of of discovery trips led to a repeated pattern that i kept seeing over again. You know i would get on on stage for various cisco events in say things like you know. Gartner predicts that there will be twenty five billion connected devices by twenty twenty five And then the next year it would drop to twenty two billion in the next to dropped a twenty billion and that mix of sort of the the numbers continuing to down into a right plus what. I was observing customers. Which was they would do a pilot in one of their environments and that pilot would take them a year to build and deploy and then they would go to move that pilot the next environment factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the country and it turns out that all the work they had done for integration. All the work they had done to extract data out of those systems and bring it into the dashboards and the analytics they were trying to put together a had to be done again. It had to be done from scratch because that factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the of the country had no sort of commonality with the systems that were in the first one where they built the pilot and again this was just a side effect of the various system. Integrators using whatever was the best set of tools at the time this pain of immigration plus the the the sort of droppings predictions of connected devices or iot devices. Them really got me thinking about what is the biggest problem that we have an iot or digitisation and the problem is that as we try to bring together all these devices in order to come up with transformative insights that complex relationships among the devices are aware that that transformative insect comes from and to do that. You have to deeply integrate with these systems. So if we can free up the industry from having to do all the integration manually and we can automate across the seas of of doing integration and sort of reverse engineering what humans had built in the first place. Then we can really start to open this industry at scale and allowed developers who may have never set foot on a factory or have never gone into a refinery to really start to build applications by just purely looking at data and starting to figure out ways to make sense of data rather than spending all their time on integration.

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Mapped President & CEO, Shaun Cooley, Discusses His Company's Creation Story

Code Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Mapped President & CEO, Shaun Cooley, Discusses His Company's Creation Story

"This is the creation story of napped. Some mapped is a data infrastructure platform. We bring together all the people places and things instead of commercial industrial environments And so if you think of sort of a stack inside of one of these commercial or industrial environments you've got the devices that are doing things inside the environments you know think of the h back controllers and the lighting controllers you know in a in a manufacturing floor you've got robotic arms and conveyor belts and other sort of process automation pieces the next layer up Tends to be a network infrastructure the network infrastructure brings those pieces together On an ip network so they can communicate with each other but the pieces tended to still be a sort of bespoke right the piece of equipment that were installed by system integrator at some point over the last fifty years you know using whatever the latest bag of tools and techniques were and now you know the companies that own many many buildings or many retail stores or many data centers or many factories are trying to get data across their entire environments. Even though these things are all ip connected they tend to be from different vendors. Installed by a different system integrator is different names functioning just slightly different right because the goal at the time that they were installed was to operate out environment not to provide a single business. Intelligence layer For the company And so now that there's an ip connected we go in and we'd build on top of that. The data infrastructure that sits on top of that network structure. And so you can think of it as the the missing piece between sort of the raw network and the applications and business intelligence that you're trying to trying to extract from your operations

Q&A: How to Fund Rehabs and Renovations

Real Estate Rookie

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Q&A: How to Fund Rehabs and Renovations

"Today's question comes from shanty long and shanties question is we're about to close in a duplex in. It's going to need anywhere between six thousand to ten thousand dollars in repairs. What are some options for funding this rehab so ash. I'll let you go first narconon chime in with my thoughts afterwards. Okay the first thing. I thought of when i was reviewing this question was credit cards. So what did you say. It was six to ten thousand. They're looking to spend with that amount. You could easily get a credit card. Usually for that amount of money and there are so many credit cards out there that will do zero percent interest. So what this means. Is you start buying materials supplies with the credit card at lowe's home depot wherever your hardware store is to get your materials or even online new use credit card to pay and the credit card will usually give you zero percent interest so all you have to do is make a minimum payment every month which can be if you have ten thousand dollars on their. Depending on the interest rate you could probably be paying ninety dollars a month is the minimum payment towards the card. So what your strategy here is to get a card that has that zero percent interest for as long as you're going to be doing the rehab and until you can refinance so for example. Some of the cards will do it for eighteen months. And hopefully your rehab and your refinances completed by then so that you can pay off the credit card before you're actually charged interest on those payments and you're just making that minimum payment which is actually going towards your balance and not towards interest. So i think that is one of the greatest tools that you can actually use and you can find the zero percent interest credit cards on the business side or in your personal name to. Yeah no. that's great advice actually and especially at that dollar amount right sixty thousand you said. It should be not too big of an obstacle for most people to get approved for for something around that loan limit. I think something else to consider and shaun tait didn't really share. What the potential rv or the purchase price of this property is but i mean at six thousand dollars you could also try and borrow money from a family member from a friend and say hey. Loan me ten thousand dollars. I'm gonna fix up. This property wants it's done. I'm going to be able to pull out forty thousand dollars. Whatever the number is. And then. I'll be able to give you a return on your money

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"It's official donald. Trump is no longer the president of the united states. As i speak. Joe biden and kamala harris are being inaugurated are being sworn in to their positions and we are about to enter a very new era of national politics of federal politics. I don't expect that it will be easy. In any way we have over-simplified our problems in the sense that we have blamed many of our deep systemic problems that predated trump. We have blamed many of those things on him including police. Brutality mass incarceration when those things were fully entrenched before he ever took office. But i want to say. And i want to talk about this this one thing today. I wanna say the one reason why. I'm going to have a serious degree of grace and patients with both joe biden and kamala harris. That i think a year ago. I probably would not have offered. Had the two of them been sworn in but a lot has happened over the past year. Let me tell you why. I'm going to have grace as they began this extremely difficult journey. Let me unpack and explain it. This is shaun king. You're listening to the breakdown. The breakdown the breakdown. If you've ever listened to this podcast or if you follow me on social media you've ever seen or heard me on the campaign trail for bernie sanders you know that. I've been a huge huge critic of joe biden and in particular. I've been a huge critic of his is policies and history and and kind of problematic past on issues of mass incarceration the war on drugs and policing and win this presidential campaign particularly we go all the way back almost two years now on the democratic primaries i started <hes> there was no coronavirus pandemic. There had been no attack on the american capital and the four hundred thousand plus people who've now died over the past nine months they were they were all alive and what has happened to our nation over the past year truly makes it arguably one of the most difficult years in modern american history of certainly over the past few generations at the very least. It's just been an unspeakably difficult year. And the truth. Is that all of the things that made twenty twenty so hard as we saw just continued into twenty twenty one now with trump out of office and with him off of twitter and i. That's no small thing. I i wasn't. I was on break from the podcast when he was booted from twitter and didn't get really didn't get a chance to really unpack it but having him off of twitter is damn near as big as having him out of the white house. Twitter was his superpower and with him no longer their misinformation and hate and so much other things so many other things just plummeted all over social media particularly on twitter. He he we now. Fully understand was the epicenter of hate and misinformation on that platform. And when you remove him all of a sudden so many other negative metrics plummeted as well now hate and racism and bigotry. Don't disappear when you remove him from twitter. But having trump out of office without the power of that position about the power to appoint judges and supreme court justices and cabinet members and white house staffers in without the power of executive actions without him and his incompetent team overseeing the a horrible response to the coronavirus pandemic a competent team can now be put in place and so a lot of the things that made twenty twenty difficult. Some of those things continue into twenty twenty one though with trump out of office his administration out of office and with him off of twitter. I think there are some things that will get better with that sale. Joe biden comma. Harris are literally about to begin. What i think will be the most difficult presidency in our lifetime

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Come back and say data. Master so. Just a little. For three special so. There's a lot you can take that loss. And Fold? Of Store and lost. Like how inside and Get. Actionable. Draw little, get you. Now. I, love that Steve jobs the CO founder of Apple. You sort of talked about something. You're passionate about because. Your passion bet you'll, you'll enjoy the tough times you've got to dissolve led to perfect good over the best she can, and that allows you to do really great work so all think that's. True and what you've done, thus far and a fugitive evocations, and also that that folks so on on draw to become the best version of UCF whatever that looks like, and whatever cash them what Bay and and with that you know figuring out those habits processes but also becoming net loft Luna never caught a roy dismay. She constantly sort of foreign. You got your brain tune to the different things you consider. Pick up incrementally along the Y, and and maybe most powerfully. you know maybe the the passing on of some of that knowledge, the example of the the breathing technique to your daughter. Pre the the big exam. Maybe the impact, their head and state management, perhaps for her to go out there and perform so to speak in a different applications. So as well selves those skills from Gulfs. In not redundant once you walk off the golf course I cried and see you sharing sharing some of those and. A lot of people play the game. There's not many people that have achieve what you've done and to win. The, New Zealand's fantastic achievement and a sense of the momentum you've got. Is Unreal, but some of the mental skills and mental sort of Gulf that also tro law of obviously saved you well south. The listeners will definitely take a lot of those. Cool fundamentals of why Inspirational Story and obviously maybe the the thing you're most focused on and the number, one folks view is just being a good human, being a great human being to your family, and obviously your family and whatnot around. You know that's just critical. Chance doing some great work breath, but don't gripe. BELIEVE TAC toe to join us here today, and she has some of those insults off technilog- From and I'm sure everyone well as well. The fad talk us was the simplicity I. Really Don't think you need to be go fan to. Take some of those innings instead of the principles that he he listens to. This and there's which is Gulf building very much applicable west. Georgia. Tech Wise. Again feel free to anyone else more. Interesting types of valuables Jesus..

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Employees that matter inherited downtime between so let's the first one give A. How the help up. Sped a lot by twenty staring at Kenyon backsides. On the, run CAC. Kenyan, middle distance runners were come to hi Bonnie every year, and they would vice down for a couple of months now Samba Claybon. It's a glorious place, beautiful summer, not too hot Run with the Canyon, so we run behind the. King. Aven the Sunday morning. She'll redo recovery around and we were doing sub-four-minute colonialists on a recovery. One sub phone. We did after twenty. I've Lost Room. Kind of gains kicked out of three twenties thirties and just say we'll see you back. But they came into such good runners. For a few reasons, one is the genetic stunt to low than from the Refaeli. They're at altitude. Free they don't have any Nintendo. Distraction so when you run Backbench because. The. Sponsored, by Nike it's a y. l.. the to hang out with semi lying down. Booted Bob Moses Kiptanui's come out, and they'll just legends rod by going beautiful, capable and the head. His word called hopper hopper which in swing. In slowly slowly now so the Kenyans would run three minute Coloma's back to back and then recover. Have some hop hop wanted US waste Ronin. We'd go out diet and then trying to graze drawn round businesses and wonder why we stare. Can you backside so slowly dug up Papa of theory similar. We're going to have some off. Downtown onto allows to get off in the performance nine minutes at one Derek Domino at. State jobs do the same thing have been. makes. Give you the jades I think is Daca. The doesn't suffice come. today show for a year to show the inequality No one noticed that he will sign. Blue Suit were slice.

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Study in academia business with these johnny crickets. Along with a number, Olympic athletes on the performance excitedly. Guys of Olsen running to you on the Straits. What you? Funding for marriage findings, local marriage rape conviction marriage realignment that such. A heavy woods in bed if you allow to be heavy like. Don Come from translate background still together all celebrate fifty years of marriage. In. Time which is phenomenal achievement about today together for fifty isn and we, we celebrate the rockstars in the business goals I think people are starting to get it for fifty years of Nizing at goals in connection, mouths and downs, so that was my background rocky again two young kids, and then suddenly bang Major and on the phone. We merged with us. A A gradual thing is always true. Sohn's and moved the reality summer in the middle, but in all fun 'cause don't duty Mike Brand and business. That wasn't fun on the marriage. 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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Rest of told him and they'll have the most meaningful incredible law. If you can do that would you do that? And I'll think Mars people would would generally have a crack at that said that That just sort of shows that you've got to at songs you know when you are going through discomfit or whatever. The case is you've got a link to something meaningful gets the best example that just sort of popped into my head for. May that been used in the passes of any down one marathon and Oma to another one but always warned and preparation. That halfway in marathon is fifty. Two case at thirty two KS near full marathons forty two kilometers nail. Not that great at math but when that person said you know how vice city to On Your wasn't caught wrought but I see you will often It's a common Who own mental or physical barrier? When you get to that mark that you really start to struggle and Safa so definitely fell into that was feeling pretty Frisch and pretty good up until that point no fell into that in just you know or just had nothing a wanted to give out but the anyway orchids that have fond. Why food was more daughter. Just been born. Sophie and Moi Nanna was going through a tough time with cancer and audited myself these things and this was the whitest SORTA move forward overs. Whatever pine ongoing through Roy is nothing compared to what more Menendez gone through enormous hit? The thing was on the Mike Malloy. Just Muscial but I WANNA get more. I WanNa make my daughter Pratt. So all head to old alternating comments on one was Nanna and the other one was sophie and that was August a total used to create some meaning out of that discomfort. It wasn't even though more Brian was him. Amont was tempting me to give up and And stopped and woke to see Fenian. So if you so for those last team guys got the didn't stop But I'll just sort of goes back to that notion of of using strategy to get through that discount in on you the orbit regret things didn't push through and that And David to complete more marathon. So it's something Jonah. He talks about values based decision. Making and that you all should be linked to your values in perhaps not just linked to enact come an example a used maybe the Paul cow so maybe in the presentation that he did the Broncos all he did a stellar was talk about a man's near someone who's you know seeking to some mountains and one person is all about reaching the summit and the other person has a a draw a a rand being true to my values and that Ta- adventure perseverance. Getting out of my comfort zone and providing the megawatt comes me so he uses the example that calamity hits where the comes in the PUSA Just reaching the summit this is so far. Is the at calm. You know of of doing that when that hits. 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Could you put all his more potential to get to the top on g all risks that ADT com so retreat and then he talks about the other individual that his values pusa varying funding away getting out of the comfort zone and finding a way being trudy values in those moments is know sport putting yourself at risk as to find a way forward so he said that the way more likely to persevere and prevail if you will true values in your clear on your values and making decisions that a consistent with your values and coincidentally oil ahead and all kind of caught plice Romania but will have heard that the people that are most unhappy and the law at those that are clear on the values or with I wanna Gar but the law or they behaviors or the actions on consistent with values or that vision of the future and the the people that struggle the my essence of being clear on your values just so so important he talks about the benefits of more fullness and has simple that is and You know I think. In innocents he says that mournful nece is slowing the Brian Dan and narrowing use into our Farkas. He talks about the fact that in this day and age is just so many distractions. Seventy things Competing for our attention that he talked about the fact that it can be very very simply talks about some of the the Mons race car drivers city works with an and going three hundred as narrow more down the back streit. Muslims can be as simple as just taking a sip of water and following that of sensation of call awarded. Anti-miss Dan you'll throat etc. Just that Marmon of slowing the Brian and narrowing that Sandra focus can have a big impact in and again. He has grounded and so on surround the impacts that can have in your cure stress response impact on anxiety and again that sort of toys back to you know one of those Regular habits or practices That was true in terraces book. Toes of totten's. He talks about mental recovery and he talks about the fact that in sport after game they might have a day of recovery so they sort of back off a little bit too regina rights and income good so to speak but he said Jim Ryan Law and Business. Oh other aspects. We don't often allaire those that die of recovery on moment of recovery to regenerate and recharge after the big bold presentation or the big pitch to you know take the business to the next level. Mac and acquisition of the guys inside take some learnings from spoiled rim recovery and tagging that too and I was to become bitter and against the best example. Canoes regattas pre kids always attempt. Tomi weekend almost always do some work and there was times when used Iraq on Monday? When I didn't fever recharge those so fell a little bit stressed nails kids kids sport. And you know that sort of stuff often get a chance to tie that laptop and with that. I feel a little bit guilty. But are thinking retrospect always feel mentally. Recharge come Monday. Because I've had that mental break from work so actually think an innocent some bit of four a bit of a personal example. In that regard he talks about fitness and the impact. That fitness can have in it so typically proven that Regula fitness activity is as or more effective than any person for mental health. So he talks about that being the first thing but he did at the very least a few of d'izoard become the best. You are in any aspect of law of just making time. Fitness is in Anabel feud become the very best version of UCF cannon. Tim's of impact on your sleep. You water health benefits and all those things August more experience with that as this look competing for a time. You can't fall in the time. You gotTa make the Thome with that. I know that Omah bit of human being and my wife would back that up when Sawsan Just keeps movable calm balanced asleep. Bitter exotic sitter manages all the energy of CON- Ram but I'll think All tight this view that something's always been nothing sometimes even if a vinyl twenty windy guy for the run or go to the gym and always feel before so again. That's just pot. More regular routine but law meditation some of these things. If I'm not exercising you know four to five times a minimum weight. Then this wrong with me. Just don't feel as good sock plenty to cavern in Jonah's podcast arguably one of the more popular ones that we did so this some fantastic..

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"For those that follow rugby. He needs no introduction for those. That don't hey is arguably the gratis. Rug We play an old black of old Tom. And maybe the gratis rug. We Playa if he would never anoint himself to bay that off think a lot of people would maybe an boss fashion not too many people that sort of Ucla there's no denying what he's achieved in the gamut Extraordinary and just on that sort of reference of extraordinary has wath and the documentary. That was made about Richie. Cool Chasing Greg said. He's the most ordinary extraordinary person she knows. And I think that really does really well You look at Richie. Nair and what he's done as it's amazing what he's done in the sport but ED is cool. Ritchie's just an ordinary person he has just had this Roy and willingness and commitment A choice to go after his goals and ambitions in those lists of things and and and forming those one scene along the white consistently and of those incremental games he's achieve what is achieved PSI. It was really interesting to sit down with him and during the POCUS On new he's He's a good friend of Robbie more business partner in a Head a bit of a knowledge of Emmett school but sit in the growing up in the small town of Dunedin Richie wasn't a name that was bandied about as becoming a potential black little iron ore kept little one of the greatest whole black. Ovo Tom or think he has just applaud himself. And you know. I really stood a head that disciplined to consistently graft and one of the things he talks about as Austin Macedo clearly of made a number of sacrifices in achieving what you've achieved and he stopped me. Is autumn believe insect sacrifices also? What do you mean he said? Oh believe in choices saw when he was a university when his friends read socialism drinking. And don't what he was trying he was doing what it took to on that extra edge to prepare himself to go off his goals and ambitions. He become a young old black shortly after becoming a young old black He sitting down with his uncle. Nothing some other family members and I said to him well. It's not enough just to become an old black yet. The goal is to become a bridal black so that didn't sit here but the council with US pretty humble guy but he then reese it has focused on becoming a great old black so I think You know having different vice camps is really important and on that notion of of BASECAMP C. He talks about This far Qassam being point here and one of the people. That's in SPA awesome. Who's SPA you? One of the people that remains them the most people law Sir Redman Hillary who's New Zealand Manton Klima. That was the fifth person to summit Everest. So the all blacks richie they really wanted to have this Focused on becoming the first of the content and Those sorts of things being point is Something that He sort of God's himself born while asked him. Sometimes you see these superhuman people from the at Szott and I'll ask them a bat self-doubt I said. Have you ever experienced that any sort of paused and he was pretty quick to respond and say well of course you know? It's it's normal. Isn't it you and he sort of referenced He's obviously. He had his own experience reference. How the people at Roger Federer and all the rest of it and he said you know self self-defense normal. But it's how you you deal with it and how you process that and how you work through that. I think sometimes you know ye experience self. Daniela what's wrong with me is is this unique to me but know For him to achieve always take him off and saying you. He's still experiences self-doubt. That's relatively normal normalizing things you know. I think it's a great thing. But then also I haven't tools techniques strategies to navigate. That is really really important. And I'll think all net Is invested heavily and his mental skills of So if people consider remember that you know the disaster almost that was the two thousand seven World Cup for the New Zealand all bucks with a loss and lost control and lost the game of course against France Following that Richie in the all blacks Started a ginny With mental skills coaches lauck. Gobert an ARCA and curious to really understand. Have the brain reacts on Apprecia- and when the stress goes on and I started shifting the whole culture of the all blacks up until that point they had a culture of when the appreciate known that they tended to capitulate Tina to file and that was certainly the feeling of a sentiment. Oh you know growing up as a young kid that you sort of felt like the all blacks were always the most talented at tomes in the world. But when the pressure really come on that would often falter more the fact that Richie invested heavily in that he had admitted that you know back in two thousand assuming he didn't have all the answers as a captain as apply and the old black obviously gone on to really change that whole mentality and with that dynastic out winning those games in those crutch moments and so he's sort of talks a little bit about some of those things and the and the Paul cost but yeah I'll mean all think the the key in conversation with Richie is if you've got the willingness and the commitment to go off to you goals and Mike those incremental games and those sorts of things you you can achieve greatness. I'll think he is an individual that you can fairly say achieve greatness and He's credited great legacy but he's built some structures and all the prices than to enable that but he's he's one of the most impressive people Mitt and obviously his results speak for themselves a couple of quick foot on that would be. The documentary was credited on him chasing dried. He also has a book. And then if you WANNA take it a little step. Further teams of some of the principles or practices structures that the all blacks have in general to achieve success as a book called Legacy which is a pretty interesting book on some structures that the old blacks have created to enable this success..

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"This was caught an emotional podcast. Doing a podcast with your daughter. Sophie At the time she was known nicotine as sitting down with the end Tolkien about Growth Mindset which was amazing for her nine years of age to be introduced boy school and a book that she started rating To the into a podcast on that was amazing because I think obviously Moy Similar age those are liable zoos. This no reference to his. No awareness ran the ANDROID. Just think that focusing on on on growing them on and enabling the moines to sort of with different things that come to us and law is just amazing so I think the first thing that really stood out that Paul cost was firstly. Actually defaulting with your kid and talking with kid the difference between a growth and fix it because I think once you can default on it you can liable situations and so I feel good about picking me apple. Picking mobile if lender up from Tong That's not a very good garth months. It and it just sort of snaps you into our guests Looking at You know hey your Looking at situations and you know Carol Dewick Wrote the book Moines sit and the Impact that You know having a growth versus affects morning. It has and and you know the ability to Move Habits Attitudes Behavior even or Cubo. Adopting that growth wants it as documented and and so on our fishing for me it was just a finding that was five which was co once you define that you have a common language or can can call her when maybe she's GonNa fix this growth. She can call me as just north of that. Common language is You know as a family and of course I think as a as a parent yes want the kid and you just know that loss so much. Easier if you've got an warns it that's more growth oriented versus fixed mindset and and as a kid or a mini struggles at different times. And I think a lot of because at that moment until off fix school have a common language around that Sophie as part of that was re rating book further to some of the education that she headed school which is Bitam stories for rebel Gills. Sorry Amazing Book that uncovers the trawls the tribulations of young Gills and ladies that have achieved things in law Bay that business bid at sport overcome adversity so for her to become aware of some of those stories. And so it's and challenges and have that as a bit of a Source of inspiration was amazing. She quoted one story of a young Individual that had some pretty limiting Health issues with regards to physical health and even the ability to walk but She prevailed and she become a world champion. Tim's of running an athlete and the journey that our parents took and some of the the steps on the why was just super sparring photography. So I think It's good to have a voice from school. It's good to have my voice from parents. But they have that Osa. An unwritten foam and that book was just Super. Awesome on that sort of goes seth through that. Paul Chaos in all challenge myself on that rig is being prepared to share Moi ups and Dans Moi Jenny. Because I think as a kid sometimes more recollection as Econo- think immoral learn and experiencing. This is thank you know. Maybe more struggle as you naked in not normal So think whenever I see her or every chance I get to be a little bit vulnerable situations. I've never got into pass and Harrow. Got Through. That was just really. WanNa open that Daulog. So we consider tackle this journey together and not have her take on things On her own and be lonely in that Davis saw. That was something that really wanted to add right in that Paul costs and continue to do so and I think more Gull Vision. Moving food is you know. Wouldn't it be cool? If we could democratize and and Mike mainstream and the curriculums of scold to take on the importance of mindset and just think that there will be so many Downstream issues that we experienced now mitigated boy getting in the early and teaching these laws the award growth once it is but the some of the tools and techniques around that sock very much podcast. Silva talk now massage and to see how confident she is in. Anabel cheers with some of those Toes Dixieland was really special to me..

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"Brokaw's just an enclosing the Gross Monteiro podcast series. We just sort of thought with release a bunch of little snippets from the individuals that we Interviews part of the cost and for me just really sort of sharing is the key takeaways. Some of the tackles was just so many takeaways each individual that we interviewed so be short snippets and saw its into that. And I guess if you're interested are really encourage you guy back to the full podcast and listen to that but with wet rep that series so confident you and your over at you really enjoy back through the podcast and sort of getting some of those key aspects has been really Interesting barring any get different things every time you listen to it. Sorry and of course. If you've got any feedback or questions or anything I saw that always came amid always came to improve what I'm doing in this regard but if you've got any speakers resources questions that the more be interesting for you Please get in touch in touch with me. Is Vol Lincoln if you just search them for me a direct message? I'll come back to you on that sort of a better road. Really Love Your feedback associations of people or topics that we could look at moving forward so that would be great if he had the time to do that. So thank you Just a quick update. Expect to see some snippets. We'RE GONNA keep it pretty short and Niger am but really hope you enjoy and of course if you enjoy it and you get some value from that. Yeah it'd be really great that If you pass it on to anyone else that might benefit you know bright full that you've taken the Tana Listen Gilbert. Who's the amazing individual that helps us bring this podcast to lauch? Asked me this question and I'll match you. Not sure the arts but we're going to give it a guy so obviously we've been talking about growth mindset and that notion of a growth mindset. He said to me what is Hettie default on the mind and I guess you know it's a it's an assassination wine you sort of think of woods. Come to mourn as of Brian Conscious Brian. Subconscious Brian but sent the thing that sort of bubbles the sieff might not be overly so antiseptic. It's connell the off writing Center of law that controls decisions thoughts actions beliefs behaviors. And obviously that then Pity mutates yet to comes Be Good or bad and Yeah I guess it's operating center of Software for a fun author. The mind is the software for a body and as sort of controls. All sort of Has a major impact on how we experienced. Lawf- bay that good bed and whatnot. Here we overcome situations here. We go off to sit and this probably the best explanation armed revolt became to hear any other definitions of what the mind is. But that's the one that sort of just come straight Straight off the top of the tongue is Gil Asked that question so..

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"Hey everybody it's twenty twenty and over the holiday. I worked myself into being sick and I'm still fighting back. Against Instant Karma voice the way does and typically. I would tell you happy new year and I would say so without hesitation or reservation reservation. But we're not strange dangerous place right now. The president of the United States as clearly committed war crimes uh-huh against the country and is now threatening additional war crimes against that country has brought us to the brink of world war three. They need just another day to from voice to recover but I have just a short clip. I'm GONNA play for you. This is Shaun King and you're listening to the breakdown but the breakdown of a breakdown. You need just another day or two to lend my voice recover but I have a clip that I wanNA play for you. I'm sorry it's not suitable for children but it's a short clip of a standup routine from the late. Comedian George Carlin. We need him invoices like him so much right now because he was one of the few Comedians who spoke truth to the power on the issues of war in American imperialism and racism. And I have this short clip that I want you to hear in. It's sums up so much of what our country is experiencing right now. This clip is just twenty years old. But it's so relevant painfully relevant today. It's almost as if he recorded it last night. Here we go. Here's the clip from George Carlin and I'll be back with you. Try I two cooler tomorrow if I can but if not I'll be back with you soon take care bye. This country is only two hundred years old and already we've had ten major wars. We average a major war every twenty years in this country. So we're good at it. That's a good thing and we are. We're not very good at anything else anymore. Can't build a piece in car can't make a TV center VCR worthy faulk got no steel industry left candidate. Our young people can't get healthcare to our old people a week in bomb the shit out of your country `specially if your country is full of Brown people the we like that. That's our hobby. That's our new job in the world bombing Brown people Iraq Panama Grenada Libya. You've got some Brown people in your country. Tell them to watch the fuck out. We'll goddamn them. When's the last white people you can remember. Remember that we bomb. Can you remember the last white. Do you remember any white people. We've ever bombed the Germans. Those are the only ones and that's only because they were trying to cut in on our action they wanted to dominate the world. Bullshit that's our fucking now. We only bomb brown people not because they're trying to cut in our action just because they're Brown. Now you probably noticed. I don't feel about that war the way we were told we were supposed to feel about that war the way we ordered and instructed by the United States government to feel about that war mind doesn't work that way. I got this real real moron thing I do. It's called thinking I'm not a very good American because I liked to form my own opinions. I excuse roll over when I'm told to sad to say most Americans just roll over on command not me. I have certain rules else. I live by my first ruled. I don't believe anything. The government tells me not.

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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"I don't believe in this idea of people being self made. If you if you yourself made you probably are loof to the people that have actually helped you along the way now. I'm all for this idea that you weren't born rich. I I was not born rich and probably all but two three of you who listen to this podcast. You were not born rich so I get that but all of us have had help somewhere somewhere by somebody along the way. And that's definitely my story. I'm not going to go all the way back to the beginning of my life but I wanna take this opportunity to thank a few the people I before I share the great news. A few people who over the past few years have made all the difference in being. I don't just mean like sending encouraging aging at listen I love and encouraging tax to DM or email and so thank all of you who send those but a few people have opened doors for me over these past few years. And I just WanNa take a moment to thank them First and foremost Susan and Marcos and the entire team at the daily coast all the way back in two thousand fourteen just weeks after Eric Garner Mike Brown John Crawford easel. Ford were murdered by police Susan. Who was one of the lead editors at the daily coasts wrote me and offer me a job and I had been a journalist and a writer? You're in some capacities a student journalist at morehouse and I'd always loved riding and all the public speaking that I do like riding is kind of the the the bed rock of even the speaking that I do but she had seen all the work that I was doing on social media sharing and writing kinda micro stories of injustice us and offered me a job on the spot to just continue talking and writing about injustice in the United States states in around the world about police brutality and it was a wonderful opportunity that I want it and need it. I didn't even know it was available. And frankly I had had never even heard of the daily Kos but they welcomed me to that team Susan and Marcos and the entire staff. They're welcomed me and it made all all the difference because it opened the door As a young journalist it opened the door from me that I didn't even know was available and that opportunity community changed my life for year. I wrote almost three to four stories a day. Every single day for the daily coast and they helped promote them and to promote me and share them and they defended me and supported me every step of the way and it meant the world to me while I was at the daily coast I got added a call from a guy named Jim Rich. Who at the time was one of the lead editors for the New York Daily News? And I'd been covering a lot of stories of police. Brutality even came out of New York particularly the case of Eric Garner. And Jim told me Sean I read every story that you right You Know I. I don't think there's anybody in the country that writes like you do tells the stories like you do and tells them with the passion and urgency that you do in Jim told me says Sean I think I'm going to become the editor in chief of the New York Daily News and I want you to be one of my first hires and I was excited and blown away. By the opportunity. We were living in California at the time and then we were about to move to back to Atlanta. And I didn't get a call back from Jim for. He was several weeks or something makes me think he was even a few months and he did though eventually. Become the editor in chief and made me. One of the first people will that he hired in recruited to his team. He made me the senior justice writer at the New York Daily News and basically told me that I could write whatever I wanted a a bout. Whoever I wanted however I wanted to write it which was a level of freedom that I didn't understand not being from New York that had hardly ever been been afforded any writers for the Daily News and as I would walk around New York City and people would recognize me? They would tell me Sean. The Daily News has the problematic history on a lot of issues around police brutality race racism white supremacy and people will tell me all the time like man. I don't even know if I've seen the words white supremacy in the Daily News until I started reading your stuff and it was just a huge huge honor to be writing for national paper to be given a senior position at the New York Daily News and to have so much trust Put in me by Jim and it built my confidence in the field and it helped built my platform as a leader as an activist journalist if you will and It just it made all the difference. It's my good friend. Glint Glenn Greenwald then made an opportunity available for me the intercept I left the New York. Daily News take the opportunity at the intercept and I I enjoyed my time at the intercept so very much same thing and they just gave me the freedom to write about whatever stories. I wanted to cover on issues of race. Racism white supremacy police brutality not just in the United States but all over the world and and the entire team there at the intercept. Welcome me with open arms. It was my first experience in almost what I would call an an alternative news room that that was deeply counter cultural and was approaching the news with the level of depth breath and and boldness that I think is unique in the space at that. Same time I was offered the opportunity to become writer in residence for the fair punishment project at Harvard Law School. And My Buddy Rob Smith who I'll be with later today offered me that opportunity the and so I'd been at daily Kos and then the New York Daily News and then I was given an opportunity to be the writer in residence at at Harvard Law Law School and then joined the team at the intercept and the entire staff. There was just brilliant and they have so many amazingly gifted if two people on that team. Well Tom Joyner offered me and opportunity to be voice for Social Justice. Sometimes you in the morning show and I really got that opportunity for for two reasons. First and foremost The journalist Roland Martin had invited me to be a guest with him on the morning show several times and it gave me an opportunity just to talk my talk and do what I do and Tom Liked it and civil liked it. She's the Co host of the Tom. Joyner morning show and an. Tom Knew me a little bit. I'd met Tom a couple of times. All the way back to when I was a student and young graduate of Morehouse College Way Way back in the day but Tom and Sybil heard what I did on the show when I was the guest of Roland Martin and I'm grateful for that door that Roland Open for me and that Tom and cymbal opened up for me and for the past almost four years now. Now I've been on the show. Every Tuesday and Thursday the voice of Social Justice and and again they allow me to go hard on injustice every single Tuesday and Thursday. And I'll tell you what I told them. It never really even felt like worked for me because I loved what I was doing. Love how I was doing it and I'm just so grateful eightfold that I got those opportunities all right. I have a quick word from our sponsors but then I'll share the great news with the alright. I'll be right back. We are super picky about who we allow to sponsors here on the breakdown. We always check our companies out for their integrity and decency. 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The breakdown is a part of a wider company called the Northstar and the North Star in many ways as a tech startup a media startup that has been entirely funded by the generous support of our members. And we are so grateful for all of your generosity. Rossy that's even why we're able to exist where we're building a new IPHONE APP a new android APP in a brand new website for the Northstar that in all those things going to launch in between two to four weeks from now and we hope it's two weeks it could be four at the most but we are really excited about how how powerful and wonderful. The new website is going to be in. Those new APPS are going to be and we'll be announcing the exact date when they launch wjr but when our new website and APPs launch. They are two things that we're going to have that. I am really really excited. About first. First and foremost I'm going to be writing a new daily column for the Northstar and I'm going back to my roots at the New York. Daily News and daily coast and back to my roots says just a hard hitting daily writer and journalist covering the news from a perspective perspective and with a language and color and passion that you don't see anywhere else and the only place that I'll be writing from this point forward we'll be for the North Star Dr and I'm excited to be back on my daily grind covering not just injustice but also stories of justice stories of organizing. And and just like I do here on the breakdown always point us in the right direction on how we can take action on the stories that really matter to us the most.

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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

23:03 min | 3 years ago

"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge

"So if we can take emotional intelligence to kids from age then they're going to be better equipped how is the full of the language that we take comes through in the practice of John mccambridge in this podcast. We will unpack practical ways to help you grow we've got to religious we've got Clarisa Johnson and Veronica Daphne parents out there of young children or think some of what they're doing is game apple and and hopefully Ted there to our kids and be really careful we covered so much on the podcast thanks for joining us we're fortunate enough to have teaches students appearance the emission is understand it is to share this with now Dan Nego is get to witness firsthand the results that You work no thanks for having really excited to be fantastic are yeah good question. I mean you know way it's Jenny Terada years tainting especially in the last few years we were already seeing particular ending Jenny social interactions and things like that and as teachers were always looking to children's book to support my students and teachers and parents with having conversations around my students in this area but I couldn't find anything I did however classrooms are we actually shared a classroom for a couple of years which is really fun would impact jacket language around self-talk building persistence and resilience such a massive difference in how kids approached everything that I'd eating at there's a Lotta stuff at band but there was nothing there was no how to God potatoes okay because we know that other teachers are searching for this stuff in parents is searching had do things some of those outcomes let's talk house which we really really interesting sort of understanding bat there's this increasing rights and exhorted depression bullying not just in the playground. How's it going Louis talked about before and language to build resilience persistence topics you just mentioned among others and that's because I asked sorry the teachers and the parents with Kayf raises questions and activities that injured the crashing of bullying that really concerning especially in the age and the idea oh goal that need intervention so we do not bullying die every year we a lot of other schools I think what if we actually put kids from a really young age how to access taking this language levels of anxiety and depression would I absolutely believe view and they're still talk and the survey data from the one sauce that implemented any of the language around dealing with their emotions and self tool can evaluate that is why do I like myself and it's really sad to say Matt mainly grade one yet so for us you know so high like Farrah's I just it's heartbreaking to say knowing it on which is really cool yeah wow such a big impact oh thank you unaware of what's taking place and you've got no strategies to deal with that at it's amazing so really really looking forward to some of the stuff we're going to have a hit today which would be really successful people in the two years that she also added that she spends the most time with the storm and Pacific Gulls so if you could only now folks on a couple we'll as children or adults or whatever stage of life layering device things negative CARPI mechanisms or the aging in original Jimi absurd alcohol and being able to identify emotions paypal is also massive in will study personal relationships being able to identify immersion than all the pay plays GonNa understands that the valuable and they need south west and before in different situations that are gonna come across loss I think self love is just the incredible live but they don't see that because you know we grow up way really interesting in can you give any sort of data around that Baba the the research you've done lock context the if he can you know where you've seen the data the law aw kids I would say eighty percent of them said that extend my kids said that they didn't like themselves that they didn't die Fenian Russian and just give the list is a bit of context it's not let's say that sound authentic even more profound when you look at it in the context that most they are very lower socioeconomic area so to say that they can change absolutely clarisa can you share with us what are the songs lab building momentum yep what we say is frustration law of negative self talk and language bathing themselves up. I've got a kid who at the beginning it's just a heartbreaking to see that stuff and what contributes to Olivet the paypal end tartly excuses from themselves gene is very pure that contributes to you know the question because we vs on had a change this but I of our language as adults because and I say this all the time kids are not born with this bone with this mindset but it's kitchen the world's greatest mimics right so it as parents in changes I don't think we can fully prevent China by being aware of what we're saying and how we show up and will start teaching and they're always picking up on that and and obviously the overuse is Al- always you know we've lost that yet and we'll talk about their powerful would not born with these thoughts way it on from the people around us from our environment. I said so if liberty like we can change what we think and how we mystery things a boy data or Voy your own observations that the majority of I don't think I don't think kids talk about that stuff out I in Bank teaching between the he's WPRO mental health. Stop Stop things that we say hey have have you done with your child because we have real concerns really really interesting because I think that's a dangerous thing when concealing on the Ron and trotter prices on their own L. Von that a little bit I mean Clarisa and so it's a great and thank you know I'll I'll read blogs law day excellences and enact excellence the total amount so I think the thoughts like Russia the this is what is excellent habit and the like this language is used for in our that comes time to you know so people who are leading deal and actually being urban to that and sharing that with the kids I actually ask the kids with the application of what we teach that stuff lies me away we have on a hammock stations every diabet- Hadurday had how do we do that how do we do that differently DEEPA and figure out what it looks like moving forward in terms of what I got at the beginning of the year it was really challenging inc relates about themselves and so trying to chip away that change that is quite challenging asked me to check it we came up with a couple of ideas to afford all I gave him up again then I said to him at curiosity if who doing this one what would your walked out and it doesn't seem like much when you talk the stuff that way take it all of the language and all of those insights that we take every day every day fantastic at Year four of toughening yet you exercise that strategy or negative habit. 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