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"somers" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"Everybody welcome to the Shaw. Darren. Orleans show for tune in and thank you for your time. Time is currency. That, we often take for granted and I definitely do not I'm. Of Your time and Energy and contribution to the energy that I think we require in the world and that as. Positive Change. Through Crazy challenging times you know there's there's so many things going on right now. Obviously. But this is my point where we need to attune and tune in to our cells. I fill up our cup of gratitude and grace. and. Creative possibilities. We need to do this as individuals. However, you need to do that I do it in a morning routine. And then I do that through nutrition and hydration, and then moving my body, and then I move on charging. In the day. Is many days as I can sometimes I need to take a break and relax. As we all need to find that virtue of relaxing as we're charging. So I just WanNa say like listen the one thing that's on my heart right now is the tremendous amount of fires throughout the western United States. It's not just the millions upon millions of acres that have burned in California this year. But it's also Washington Oregon in all of the states around US essentially. Thousands, and tens of thousands of fires. So clearly, there's an inflammation of what's going on in the world and we need to dowse those flames we need to come together and I'm not just saying philosophically I'm saying together in terms of being kind and caring, and I get that this landscape breeds a lot of challenges there. You know I find some of my friends that I'm talking to don't believe the same thing I do about some of the initiatives. But you know that comes up and we push each other and we challenge each other and sometimes things get heated but at the end of the day to empty that. Judgment Cop is very very important. We are not being told by our leaders in any stretch the imagination of how to actually lead. We need to cultivate that ourselves. We need to find the groups and the people around you that support you in a positive way of living, taking control taking personal sovereignty for your health for your space for your life. And we need to fight for that freedom, and that is something that is on my heart today. My next guest is absolutely someone that as a fighter for good. This is what a special human Suzanne somers. I watched her growing up on three's company. What a bright soul at seventy three years old she has been charging. She has written. I've written one book starting to create a proposal for a second book one. Is Very challenging she's written twenty seven. And the latest one, a new way to age. The most cutting edge advances in anti-aging. So we got into that a little bit. So were gonNA give you a snippet in this episode for you to. find out, discover what she's doing and listen. She blew me away. She's on the cutting edge. She is pushing she is charging she has beaten breast cancer alternatively, she didn't go down the same path she's been forging her own path. She has taken as a woman in the industry they beautiful woman in the industry she has fought to create power and strength, but yet being kind and caring. But not taking any crap and she has got through it. All she's had a successful beautiful marriage of fifty years. And as Ben a spokesperson. For an advocate. For entrepreneurialism on creating clean green businesses, she's got an organic toxic free. Thank God. Skin Caroline Suzanne organics. Beauty. And health products she's doing it right man and she's been around she's been willing to go toe to toe with people and not take any crap and I she is such a bright light and this is the antithesis of fighting and judging. This is a person that is forging and as forged her own path and stood for. Freedoms. Health Freedom. Woman's freedom to be balanced in society come on we need strong women in our society to have stronger and stronger roles. I see that I want that myself because the the balance is necessary and required were seeing society not working. So without further ADO, please welcome. Please, be gracious and grateful I know I am to my next guest the.
New York Yankees' disastrous day includes ominous Aaron Judge exit
"The Yankees had lost three straight going into their unscheduled time They come out of it. By losing to Maura. They were swept in a double header by the Braves. 51 and 21. Gary called the loss in Game one, allowed five runs a clean three home runs over five plus his streak of 20 straight winning decisions is over. Game two. Masahiro Tanaka pitched five shutout innings, but then indicated Aaron pulling the tank might be empty. So not came out of the game. Turned Freddy free moves to run home or shag green in the sixth was a difference it adding to the Yankees prostration. In his first game back from a calf injury and judge left game too, after aggravating that injury. Frustrating no question. Our bone admit it is possible. Judge will have to go back on the isle the Yankees off Thursday. Back on Friday to play the
New York Mets test negative, to resume play Tuesday
"Still standing, of course. And and, of course, with the testing that has taken place since Thursday. Everybody else seems to be okay A with the negative testing results, so And that's probably one of the reasons why the Yankees and the metropolitans didn't have a makeup game on Monday. You can talk about the Mets are well, the Mets are going to be home. But certainly not the Yankees. They're going to be in Atlanta. So maybe travel was a consideration and not to mention if and I think this is plausible as well. If one of the One of the other metropolitans that had not or any of the other metropolitans were they to have tested positive after the one player and one staff member. I mean the last three days They have gone through the complete testing process, and it was revealed on on Sunday night that everybody was going to be okay, but nobody really should be our wanted to schedule a game. For Monday with the Mets and the Yankees have God forbid another player or two or three was going to be testing positive. So playing it safe for sure. You know with the Yank is on their way to Atlanta. And, of course, with the metropolitans now clear toe play again, the double header that is now scheduled You know, for for Tuesday afternoon, I believe the first game was 5 10 with a side Graham and I believe Zelman is scheduled to work game too. And because of the postponements with the with the Mets and the Yankees, a schedule of course. Has been upside down almost since day number one. And, yes, you will have home teams on the road playing at home and s O nothing and knew their.
New York Islanders draw Washington Capitals in NHL playoffs first round
"In a couple of days, head coach Barry Trotz coy about facing his former team. Uh, think it'll be a hell of a series of both things Air Well equipped gods led the caps to a Stanley Cup two years ago. However, he resigned from the team A few weeks later after not being able to agree on a contract extension. Defenseman Johnny Boy check is highly
Devils to name Ruff as head coach
"Next head coach will be the Lindy Ruff. That's according to the NHL network, which also reports that Tom Fitzgerald will be named the team's full time general manager for office 60 years old with that for long stretches. The Sabres head coach also was a head coach in Dallas. He's currently an assistant with the Rangers, a
MLB releases shortened schedule amid COVID-19 testing delays
"Major League baseball schedules have been released in the Yankees will be the first team out of the gate they play in the first game against the Washington Nationals. The schedules were released on the same day that the Astros and the Cardinals in the Nationals. Shut down their camps for day over delayed covert 19 test results Suspected that the corona viruses casting over the entire season. This is Byron Judge. Yeah, Yeah, there's always a risk. Anything you know, just walking in your apartment. There's risk everywhere. Just I love this game here and opportunity we have here is a game. I can't wait to get it started Get it started July 23rd at Washington and then the Yankees home opener is Wednesday, July 29th against the Phillies. Yankees played an intra squad game on Monday night. Clark Schmidt pitching prospect threw two scoreless innings mentioned at the Nationals. The Cardinals and the Astros shut down camp on Monday because of delayed test results. Bring the animal says the Mets have had the opposite experiences have been very, very clean and space. The poor social distance. Same face masks everywhere. So for us everything ago really smoothly, even though it is a different goal. But we've been very fortunate to get the tests back on time and feel safe running smoothly as it is and Nemo and the Mets open their season Friday afternoon at home will be July 24th 45 started Citi Field against the Braves. Nick Markakis on Monday opted out of the season for the Braves and the latest players to test positive for Coben 19th Joey Gallo and Cole Calhoun.
Cleveland Indians "to determine the best path forward" for name
"Cleveland Indians. You're joining the Washington Redskins and considering a name change, Cleveland put out a statement tonight, saying they will determine the best path forward team has been known as the Indians since 1915.
New York Yankees, Mets Return To The Ballpark As 2020 MLB Season Preparation Begins
"The most unusual season in the history of Major League Baseball began in earnest on Wednesday. With players from teams around the country began reporting to their home ballparks. Summer camp is underway for the meds. That means the start of workouts at Citi Field on Friday. Or the Yankees workouts begin on Saturday at the
Three Colorado Rockies players test positive for coronavirus
"Three Colorado Rockies including all star outfielder Charlie Blackmon have tested positive for the corona virus are taking part in the informal workouts of course feel of two more members of the Phillies are tested positive for the virus that makes seven Phillies players of all of tested positive for covert
NASCAR drivers rally around Bubba Wallace after noose incident
"Powerful scene before NASCAR's geico five hundred Monday evening at Talladega a day after a noose was found that the racing stall of NASCAR's only black driver Bubba Wallace all of Wallace's fellow drivers got behind this car pushed it to the starting grid in a show of unity NASCAR announced that the F. B. I.'s joining this investigation news incident the race was won by Ryan
Sunny Skies Continue; Weekend Rain Approaching Chicago
"Somers common the a first official day of of summer summer I I guess guess will will be be Saturday Saturday right right that's that's that's that's the the longest longest day day summer summer solstice solstice four four forty forty four four PM PM on on Saturday Saturday and and still still gonna gonna feel feel like like summer Saturday although probably some rain moving in here for the weekend until then nope we've got what we used to call a carbon copy of yesterday's weather in the weather the day before only we've updated that let's see's not Xerox copy what are you calling it see a cut and paste cut and paste weather today yeah there you go it's gonna look a lot like yesterday and feel a lot like yesterday but a little bit warmer high near eighty nine mid to upper seventies today by the lake front clear skies tonight low down to sixty six in the tomorrow mostly sunny a twenty percent chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms high near ninety two that continues into Saturday and Sunday and into Monday as well right now in Chicago some sunshine and here at sixty six degrees there sixty six admin way and sixty eight along the lakefront
NCAA approves plan for basketball players to access coaches
"College basketball's postseason was the first high profile sports event to get taken completely down by the pandemic now the NCAA has approved a plan for college basketball players to begin working with coaches is the shut down the summer access period for men's and women's players would begin on July twenty eighth at the NCAA as expected has also approved a six week preseason player for college football to get ready for it
40,000 cruise ship workers still trapped at sea
"More than forty thousand cruise ship workers are still stuck on the CD because of concerns about global nineteen according to the Miami Herald at least forty two thousand are still on cruise ships and the not getting paid right now Somers still suffering for but but nineteen three months after the industry shut down cruise line stop sailing in mid March after several high profile outbreaks at
Report: Baseball owners offer 72-game season
"The latest proposal come from the owners are offering a seventy two game season that season would begin July fourteenth the players would be paid seventy percent of their pro rated salaries it would be five to eighty percent of the post sees this played to completion former Yankees coach George spotted our bench coach with the Astros says the players recognize the importance of the moment they know that they're in a position to you know brings back you know that's the beauty of the art the board people really thought on Sunday more than ever you know people go in and play hi I'm really hopeful that with an agreement will be reached in the next couple of days and we'll get back on the field for that to happen there have to be more concessions because the players are expected to reject this latest offer as they hold to their demands of full pro rated
New York Mets Select Outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong In Round 1 Of MLB Draft
"Mets selected high school outfielder out of California Pete crow Armstrong Armstrong a left handed hitting lefthanded throwing outfielder attended Harvard Westlake high school in north Hollywood same high school that produced major leaguers Lucas G. lido Jack Flaherty and Max free
Manfred says '100%' chance of MLB season, new proposal soon
"The baseball draft is normally forty rounds this year for cost cutting reasons five rounds got underway Wednesday with the first round of the Mets at the nineteenth overall pick the Yankees twenty eighth in the mess left at a high school outfielder out of California row Armstrong left handed hitting lefthanded throwing the outfielder out of Harvard Westlake high school which is also produced major leaguers Max freed Lucas G. lido and Jack Flaherty the Yankees with their pick to the left handed hitting catcher out of the university of Arizona Boston well and at the very top of the draft with the first pick in the twenty twenty MLB draft the Detroit Tigers select Spencer Torkelson a third basemen from Arizona State University rob Manfred made that announcement on MLB network Torkelson announced as a third baseman he played first base at Arizona state but the Tigers do plan on using him at third Manford said earlier on Wednesday there is a one hundred percent chance there will be a major league baseball season in twenty twenty Bedford knows that the support can impose a fifty game season if the two sides can't come to an agreement on salaries and the number of games to be played with whatever plans he says to offer proposal later this week that moves in the player's
Spurs' Aldridge out for season after shoulder surgery
"Lamarcus Aldridge the spurs done for the season he underwent shoulder surgery
'Strike again': US scientist predicts coronavirus return in fall
"Or doctor Fauci the leading the the guide that will leading scientists that bad of a medical guy with the infectious diseases with this covert nineteen eighties predicting a second wave he said yesterday definitely as second wave in the
"somers" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"Guys mayor monopolists content I'll tell you really briefly. The, three ways iron number one get more customers or more subscribers as way one way to increase your average transaction value. Way Three South your customers more often that's if there is no nothing more you can do the grow business. Now there are almost unlimited tactics within each of those. GUYS RAV whatever. But the point is overarching tree core strategies. That's all there is. So then you look at what your skill is, this is I didn't understand any of this years ago solid stuff that I talk about it's like if you know that one way to grow business and the most profitable way is to help businesses sell to their customers more often. Not Alone is enough for you to build a side. Hustle. And how would you do something like that? Really simple. Let's say, for example, some your own business. and. They come to your website they opt in your email list. Maybe they see it's not emailing me that awesome. Sure you do. But let's say you didn't write ninety nine too often. Like, he's not make very many offers me talk to this person I did this before I as I was coming up. I did this exact process mybookie just in the you're actually works with me. Now he'd accompany still those, but it's not really working on that much lower relaunching US called under twenty work was a workout program. I was in the program I went home I said man. I. Think I can really help you guys with your emails learning email marketing back then, and so I worked for free like we chatted about the same thing when in for free, let me write your emails free for I think I did for three weeks. Let's see what the results look like and in literally a couple months, we traveled the business joost boy selling to existing customers morass and also debris mucus pursuit but the point is like in my company companies we we. Make the bulk of our money by spy selling new products and services to solve problems turnout crappy. They're brilliant products and services to our customers who are more than happy to pay for them because a solve problems. So when you you look at almost any business especially locally, my accountant for example of speaking eight is eight hundred clients right never speaks to never emails him as no anything just once year a common the do their books, the opportunity I showed him to actually think. Can, I give to client while other problems can I saw from tax planning to as succession planning to? Insurance and everything in between. Thirty thirty percent of my audience twenty albums maybe has these other things. So there's a ton of business there for that guy doesn't know how to go get it. Golan's simple things of business get more that money. Why would they not pay to do that snow? Brainer that's Especially now businesses that are having to pivot and they don't have any help they're not on like offline businesses in particular like, yes. Huge. Yeah one, hundred news online. Now I mean you think about A. Few. Weeks ago before you know we're currently where we are. We're in the middle of this whole thing a few weeks ago you would gone to maybe a local shoe store owner and he or she would have said the Mardi Interests Nemo Marketing I'm okay. Now they're like. Yeah like we should. I should build email. Email these people. So this has. We like we said, it's painful foreshore. That's not good but it's woken up everybody to well, we rely on just life as it will is anymore because life's GonNa Change continue to change. Awesome I love it. I like to end the podcast with asking my guest. Now, you've already mentioned a few bucks. You're a prolific reader, but what's just one or two books that that really has made an impact on your life? A quote that just resonates with you as well. Yeah will I mentioned the fast lane by MJ DIMARCO unscripted another book he has either of those are similar. That's why would say for like philosophy of business are mandatory reading I tell everybody and another want out because I think it will happen. Give me a quote from another book I love actually, very, very simple. is the one thing and Gary? Keller. And it may be you've talked to death but if you have a apologize but the woman I loved that book is the folks in question. And it is honestly can save the price of the if you want and what he says is, what's the one thing that I can do that makes everything else easier are irrelevant. and. No matter where you are in your life right now, you can ask yourself that question I just literally yesterday of lots of projects going on and I said to myself like what is the one thing I can do now that's GonNa make everything else easier earlier today and realize that that one thing for me was mapping out a book. That's going to be free. The teach hustles and all that stuff point is that book is awesome and that idea is enough to really help you progress more than ever. So I mean tons more. They're they're asked me for to there to add highly recommend. The onus is the go giver Bob Berg. Brilliant Book for like. We, we need to become givers rather than people gone out and trying to get things all the time go-getters, GonNa just go away. People won't go givers nowadays people who WanNa give I when add to the were like you and I I believe that heavily and sometimes I haven't practiced as much as they should and this whole period of time actually has taught me to really practice giving lots more and I've done that and it's been unbelievable we're having. As good a month as ever if not better and it's all been done to the fact that we've really focused on giving not a gangs, we always gave what I always see like give more so. I love it. I love it. Where can people find you? Yeah, you can go to marketplace superheroes, dot com or side-hustle heroes. Dot Com are go to youtube and type in marketplace superheroes with tons of content there that I think people would really enjoy if you like said so fired today, they've been places like DEFA checkup and the best way to connect with you. Yet instagram as Stephen. J. Summers instagram accounts, and I check that everyday the messages and stuff like that. I like you I could be in their less differently But yeah, I do check that on our voicemail you back if you message Mir de Anthony All answer everything I'm going to add you. Yet, definitely do and also I've started a little group I'm going to bring you on as well. Think they'd love to hear from you is let's it's only a little success group have on facebook I'm going to bring you on because I. Think the bring guests well, Oh, I, appreciate that. Thank you you. Wonderful. Yeah. This has been great. I'm I was thrilled. This is awesome. I appreciate you taking the time a cut it up. It's going to be on all the you know the channels and send you links and all that stuff and this. Is what I'm going to share actually I mean sometimes you do podcast and you're like. Don't know share data for the time I'll definitely GONNA share this won't close love the questions you asked my audience we love. The way this came together. So Ya'll daffy share on like say my group is called daily success and motivation hikes. It's on facebook got laid and he's six hundred people in their put. It's so so like the engagements crazy like with me five, hundred engagements every thirty days. So I I actually do a livestream in there every day at two PM UK time, which is like you on eastern or Pacific Pacific. Your Pacific that would be a very early few. So I think. About Four. Okay. Got It. Well. Yeah. The I'd love to bring on because. Yeah Like I. Love Your Vibe and I think that group is relics. We just talk about success. The Times of awesome love to hear from you. So we'll do is range something with trace to arrange something with.
"somers" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"And Shaneco Nov Charge Load. Stuff Nair ideas and stuff like that. Not just free just see you guys know like there's tons of condom youtube that we produce as well. The big thing is like they're simple. It don't don't do not live there right now try do some. ultra-complicated. If you're trying to get some some money, Guam do something really simple. Yes. Get Time for money for a period of time because remember that active income creates positive income not to wear. It just doesn't work for that one hundred percent I love that. I I'd like to stay I don't want to keep you too long, but I did want to retract a little bit. Conversation we were we were talking about how your initial. Give me one second. Sorry about that the initial. Goal was that you want to make a million dollars and now it has shifted to. Probably something a lot more prolific. Can we talk about that? Why? Why do we go from wanting to make all the money in the world to? Like that's the stupidest idea ever. If it has many reasons. Bernie and I think like a lot of people I just felt like I was like. You I don nothing in my life and I wanted to do something cut unique I the that I would feel like I'd arrived or whatever and so yeah. Like a lot of people talk men millionaire and a million dollars all that and it's like hell in such high bred regarding society. So that was my goal. But yeah, like as we said like it doesn't really mean anything no reason for that is that money on everyone says it might think it was a lot of crap. It's true. Money really is terrible motivator because I ironed like I've I've earned three, hundred, thousand a year right but here's the problem with that half. It's gone snacks you take a personally. So it's the stupidest thing in the world chase this high income salary thing and other people but lamborghinis now they they want you to believe that it's just. Not It's just not the way businesses don't. So what so what I think for me was I just hated job in Lake gives it gave me no fulfillment whatsoever I wanted to do work had some meaning. So actually what everybody's looking for his meaning 'cause even right now I'm in a very fancy comfortable situation torchwood sign claim very grateful not worked for it. Create value to do it, but at the same time like. I I'm I'm happy not to get paid any money this year there's no problem like I don't need any money share. Rather, build the tribe. Help more people get slowing. That is what is going to fulfill me lots mark and of course, everybody cynical nightly cynical people will say, oh no, you just wanted to sell courses and whatever we do hours of free stuff like this every week where people come on ask questions because the ripple effect of people going out and doing it. If you if you want me to be selfish. If a thousand people say Stephen Tom to make a bunch of money. He's the greatest coach in the world while more people don't WanNa, work with them so. We selfish. I could say that but that's not really the point morsel is that success leaves clues like you know what also you have results people want to work with you and also Mooney for main. I bought Nice I. Don't I didn't by collaborating but upon the brand new work and all that. But Hey, the cars is sitting outside at site right now and. It just drives me ran the place I don't need six, seven, thousand dollar watchfully doesn't do anything for me and you listening you don't WanNa beat her you just want meaning and so listening to people like yourself helping find that meaning that's actually going to change your life whereas and to get there you need to have some money. So it's also to learn skills. Skills won't say pay the bills but they do the skills are everything in the. Modern. World. Sanjay question. Yeah. One hundred percent that was so eloquently put. So the last thing I want to know. So just to bridge off of that little bit is, of course. To to really make money whether it be a side hustle which right now I think everybody's looking for some sort of side hustle specific especially online. Yet is to figure out and learn from somebody who knows what they're doing. But also to understand that it is the basic principles it's the the the the the specific skill set that you can learn on a basic level that can produce an income whatever that may be right like if WANNA learn. How to create a facebook at. The media or or or selling your knowledge and expertise, which is huge right now or ECOMMERCE or whatever it is like putting together like for instance, going from thinking like, Oh, I need a I need to build my own product and house all this stuff and then have to find import export this that versus Hey I'm gonNA show you how to do like drop ship byproducts I don't know much about ECOMMERCE I'm just saying So. So we're like, what's your take on that? Do you do you suggest that people should start with something very basic and minimal that can produce a result or you think that? Okay. If you want to mind I I, believe it depends you have happened. It's different if you don't have if you have capital, let's say a certain sound places. Amazon's Great. Minimum really is your. Main we got some great people don't believe it will be about. Its business because Amazon new most of the work for you in all honesty, you're putting your product into that marketplace got another research pilot. That's the most important part there, and that's a really good at with Martin, place Subaru but for for a lot of other people who may be right now like you mentioned maybe the. Money's a problem right now. So a dad alder eggs in one basket of a job and I'm not saying some told you said on moment or anything like that. It's actually a moment of he belongs standing like that's not a good strategy for the future because the world's changing too quickly now hopefully, people up. He exactly in pain wakes people up unfortunately too and so yes, I think the best way I think about right on I think for anybody listening to so really help you is to understand. This is Jay. Abraham peace. It's not my content. Wish it was. Only three ways to grow a business like right some.
"somers" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi
"Favorite books and I read this book. With, my now wife as she was my girlfriend at the time obviously and totally lost on a saw book on a bookshelf must like exactly I'm I I don't know how to get there I wanna be. I wanted to be a millionaire that was supposed to remind super cheesy. Now cringing you know and they're know whatever does murky mean he's. Anyway touch on that before you continue that that right there I want to kind of turn back to because that is so pivotal in life is that your first aspiration is to make a million dollars or in business. Paradigm, shift that I want to touch back on. That is sincerity interrupt but go ahead. No definitely I love I'd be delighted to switchback of map and so so yeah. So anyway, read read this book like and it started teaching these different success principles now was like, okay we'll let me read this and there was a lot of principals. The biggest one is the first chapter, which is take one hundred percent responsibility. For, your life of your actions I didn't do that oven lapointe I blamed everybody else. I blamed the guys in the band, the worms. Committed enough. blame it parents will let me go move to America wins that are in the bat went to America It was everybody else's fault. None of it was my right. So that was the first I realized wow I'm going to start taking a lot more control right now that was the first shift started taking more control of started doing things better for myself a healthier practices in the morning every time I walked work I was listening to positive information which I can touch on because is a good listener positive information which the things that'll. Teach skills as well, and so anyway I was was on the road better track listening to positive information warning at myself kinda hyped up starting to do things with my body and stuff like that, and then there's a chapter and as I said, listen to the audio is welcome jacket the time he's telling the story where he wrote a book called. Self esteem the classroom I think it was called or something I have a memory of these kinds of things and he said arbitrary goal to make one hundred thousand dollars selling that both whenever he was in the shower he was thinking about it all the time rise visualizing has been a very important success principal Jim shorter are fan of So I started visualizing okay ten thousand euro we have here are. So let's say dollars ten thousand dollars. Let me visualize. Euros. Exactly. Is know a role myself the check and everything like all the things that we do visualize a realize something very pivotal at that moment and I it's actually. So interested in a lot of people will quote thinking grow riches one there most favorite books something blown guy at one time Dan. Kennedy said he said, you know the really should call that both think to grow rich, not think and grow rich, and that was my problem that I started going this half of positive information a real shift for me was I kept thinking about the ten. Grand and it was it wasn't coming and no matter what I did my job every day was a data processor, such a boring job and kept odds doing the same things all the time not make more money then realized crap light I can't doing the same things I need to make more money. I'm not making enough money. So if I keep on slashing my way, I can't slash my way to wealth I have to increase my income and that is so basic. Mo like hell basic. Can you be the say like aft increase Mangum or like? Most people don't even have that realization and that was a big one for me. So going back on those principles really quickly, it was taken responsibility it was realizing that actually had to make more money. It was understanding that I take full responsibility in control for everything the final one I'll tell you which was huge which was. Stopped producing size stop stop consuming star producing from the millionaire fast lane and Jay DeMarco rape. Book. And he was talking business like, wow. Yeah. Like I was I am at the time a consumer consumed and everything I'm consumed courses I keep buying courses looking for the next thing. I'm getting bright shiny objects syndrome around me. I'm changed in you know everything going nowhere and that's limit Robert and when things change like I mentioned because he showed me that you can start. Ugly. And even if you finish ugly Actually finish something whereas I never finished anything back then. So there were some of the things. That's phenomenal. So the biggest thing is. When we when we live in a world of like distraction and the phone. INSTAGRAM's got an analytics section where they'll tell you how how much you spend on the platform, which is insane. I mean some people. I can't believe they waste much time. You know right now I'm about fourteen minutes a day and that's too much that's. and. And so what happens is is that you I think paralysis by analysis is is coincides with the fact that you worry consumer and you were and being proactive, you weren't becoming a producer so. I understand. But what outside like hey, I need to start producing Where did you get the confidence to say I have enough information now or I have enough knowledge I'M GONNA I'm GonNa make the next leap. I'm GonNa make a t-shirt will tell you right because i. say it all the time to my students. Say Stop believing in yourself people. Stopped believing in yourself. What you mean stopped leaving yourself everyone says believe yourself. Yeah. My. That was my problem I actually needed to find. Or something to believe in and then go all in learning that thing and have the person mentor me through the process. So in other words is the biggest problem I see in business everybody wants to create like a unique brand new thing I was the very same. Here's how bad I was. I used to like goofing Google? Random terrible business ideas if I found one google. Awesome Sardi doing us so stupid, I mean, my knowledge of business was. Back then right and it's because we're ta all these kinds of things like host, the ideas, the most important thing all that were changed me again another a really big thing I am I'm GonNa. Do My best answer question, but it's like a read the myth revisited and that was huge because it taught me it doesn't the idea doesn't really matter. That much. Okay. The idea is important. Really what's way more important is the doing because when you start doing the project, you can start to deliver your product or service or whatever in a different more innovative way you can cope with a way of doing things. It's more interesting. That's what's GonNa. Make you successful sort of realized then was this Guy Robert. He's doing light. You know this e-commerce thing selling Amazon selling on Ebay I was like, okay. I believe in this guy I believe what he's telling me. I'M GONNA put my belief in myself to one side because if I believe in myself right now, I'm not GonNa do anything WHO's Gonna I've never done it before I got to believe in this guy go all in a learn from this guy take a proven process. It's already out there and get good at doing. That's what helped me. Because I didn't have to create anything. Then I could just focus on executing something, and even if I only made like five hundred dollars profit a month that's five hundred dollars more than ever made in my life on my own with a business. So it was just that act of understanding that if I can find something that's already out there and go do that. The act of doing something is going to teach me more but busiest just sitting here, reading all these books about business and it was at a guy said that you know you gotta be in business to learn business and I really believe that you know..
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos reveal the secret to their healthy sex life
"So first I'm gonna start with the headline that Kelly ripa and mark Consuelo as have revealed the secret to their healthy sex life great nice great I love this what is that they did radio shack I think that's probably it I think that's usually just it really yeah baby she says the longest that they went without sex was when Marcus Willis was in Australia for seven months but Kelly rip it did come to visit him in the middle of his trap and that that has been a big part of their relationship good question what if you ask yeah I think he just I mean I don't know what the question was because I didn't listen to the whole radio show I'm just reading it they were he was asking about their relationship and how their relationship has survived you know it's a long entertainment marriage right yeah I think I have a hard time with them I'm not saying I'm not approved by any stretch and I don't think you know I think that there are benefits to talking frankly about sex but often in this case and also the case of like Suzanne Somers at cetera sex life is a sex life for a couple is whatever works for the couple true and so when you buy a share those details of your sex life it's not it seems always to me that it's more about what other people will perceive about your relationship than it is about giving information that's useful and helpful for other people that makes sense yeah that might be fair I mean I think Suzanne Somers is always trying to you know take the taboo out of it especially as women age and helping women who are in their sixties and seventies still feel like they can be their best
"somers" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Hey everyone it's I'm here it's about Mascara as you know with my guest. Host and in intern tiffs back. I wasn't sure if you would be okay with being called intern tips. I think the listeners know me as interns It's true if are a longtime listener or not. Even you wouldn't have your intern not a year about four year about like months ago. Yeah Greatest ever and she set in the beauty world on fire so we'll catch up with tiff Which I'm excited to do. And then we're GONNA do the beauty headlines I will be talking with tiffany about dance Glam. You're letting US serious Indian dancer Dale See. We let her out of his studio and away from her computer to go in the world and you have time for hobbies now it seems. Apparently I just WANNA say jazz. We miss you. She had to get that in before we got to okay. Let's do it okay. We one more thing that we're talking about. So we're going to talk about the dance. Renew the headlines and we have a listener question which is a new thing since you are. I love her been listening. I really like it you like it. It's good I do okay. Good so if anybody out there wants to contribute a question you can email to info at fat Mascara Dot Com. I will be the one responding. Not tiffany because she is no longer our intern. No I'm still around. She's still around. Are you ready to do the show? Let's do it. Oh I almost forgot. We have a guest to give you. Yes Jason I interviewed. Suzanne somers like These Summers Three's company author extraordinaire health expert beauty. Know How all that stuff so the interview will be after. Tiffany do the top of the show so stay tuned for that and then we'll do raise.
"somers" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"Bell. Mijo secured the best advice from the world's smartest and most interesting people by asking them just five questions. My guest today is actress author author and singer. Suzanne somers born in San Bruno California. Suzanne attended the San Francisco College for women then got married and had a child that each nineteen a year After her divorce she became a prize model on the syndicated game. Show anniversary game where she married. The host Alan Hamel in two thousand. Suzanne was diagnosed with breast has cancer which she treated with a medical plant instead of chemotherapy while her acting career started in the nineteen sixties. It took off when she was cast in the popular. ABC Sitcom Three's the company and was the breakout star. She also starred in the TV series. She's the sheriff step by step. And the Suzanne Show in addition. She appeared on the twentieth season of dancing the stars to Playboy magazine's infomercials and was portrayed in South Park. Suzanne has written countless books that cover a variety of health and wellness topics including leading her latest. A new way to age. I wanted to interview her for many years. Not just because my mom is one of her customers but because she's been able to stay relevant for many the decades which is so rare in her profession. When did you decide to take your health seriously? And what habits have you created. That have had the biggest impact on your health. I think you have to understand understand that sometimes the worst things that happened to you or the best things. Maybe they're not the answer that they're the road to the answer so you'll be surprised when I say that. Twenty years ago my getting cancer was a veiled gift. It forced me to change my life. Force me look at my diet and lifestyle what I was doing to play host to this disease and I changed my life. I changed the way I I eat and I would eat as though my life depended upon it and I would only eat organic food and I would value sleep value. That thought that I think 'cause I think negative thinking drags you down and and I turned around. And so that was the impetus for. Oh the books that Followed and that continue to follow. There's just a never never ending hunger for how to live the best life and being the best health. Is it every once in a while you take stock of where your health is and then maybe make some tweaks and adjustments along the way or have you found something that works well for you and you're just trying to sustain it aging is about worn out parts and you have to listen to the language of your body but the language language of the body is starting earlier and earlier now because of toxicity and the environment younger and younger people are going into hormonal decline in their in their thirties and and forty S. I never happened before when you're in imbalance like you know when you've known a woman who's got PMS that's called chemical imbalance. It's no fun to be in of it or be around and so that's a language and as I started aging I started taking baselines of of my hormonal balance and then the following year. If I take it again and see that things are dip down you. Fill the tank by lab with work with exactly what it is that you're we're missing. Same thing with nutrients and minerals and it's more in depth than that but it's putting back which are losing in the aging process or do tuck society and you will have a much better outcome doing it that way. What's the first thing you do when you encounter of really big obstacle? Well when I was younger I think I would tend to feel sorry for myself. Which is the worst thing you can do? Because then you're choosing to victim and nobody wants to be around a victim and nobody wants to be a victim and after a while you just want to get them to shut up. So what do you do when that stuff stuff happens you look at it and you use it like judo using forward energy to win. Take that and build on it. Mine was reinventing. I got fired from. Three's company unfairly unfairly for being asked to be paid commensurate with what the men who are making ten to fifteen times more than me. I could've you know. Put My head under a rock and gone away but it keeps keeps me rocket fuel. It's Oh yeah I got the all show us you know. What if I can't come around from this angle and coming around from that angle and I reinvent it and the first thing I reinvented was to it'd be a nightclub entertainer in Vegas and I became in nineteen eighty seven Las Vegas female entertainer of the year during those years that I was on the road as a nightclub? Performer reformer which I was loving just loving and not missing television at all. I started writing books. 'cause I had nothing to do during the day my productive person so you know you take one bad thing and turn it into gold. People are living longer but are not necessarily wealthier healthier than previous generations based on conversations. You've had with doctors and other experts experts as well as your own experience. What can people do right now to set themselves up for success in a better life as the age well? I really think this book that I've tried a new way to age will be a great help because it's a bible of sorts. It's for those people who've never been exposed to Another possibility towards approaching your health and aging and aging is a turn off the younger people. Because when you're young you think I'm Never GonNa Age and what I'm trying to say to young people is if you don't Wanna end up looking like the present paradigm of aging aging decrepit frail one of the three diseases cancer Alzheimer's heart disease and eventually ended the nursing home. Not Knowing who you were who you are. You don't want that then you start thinking about the choices you're making today because it all adds up and you've got a lot of forces against you in today's world you can survive. You can thrive you can live a long time. You can be healthy healthy. You don't have to lose your mind. You don't have to lose your bones. You just have to make a conscious effort. A new way to age will tell you how to do that. What's your best piece of advice? I my the best piece of career advice is do you love. Don't try to do it like somebody else did it ever. You'll you'll sale. You'll always be not as good or kind of like you know when you're doing it you have to be able to focus on yourself and keep asking yourself. What is it when I'm doing that? I feel free and I'm not looking looking at the clock. I'm not thinking about money just thinking about I love doing this and then you're on track. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom Suzanne to follow her journey. You can read her book a New Weight Age and find her on facebook twitter instagram where she shares her Glam tips. Life Wisdom Live appearances family pictures in announcements. We hope you enjoyed today's show. And the amazing advice. Our guest provided remember that you can only benefit from advice. If you packed on it before you do we would appreciate she at your feedback in the form of review. You can leave a review on Itunes stitcher for of Pot catcher of your choice. Your feedback would be very very much appreciated head over to Dan. Shaw fell dot com slash review now..
"somers" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Let's go to Lisa from New Jersey on the phone Lisa. What's your question? Hi Andy. My question is forced to Dan. This is in one of the first people to fight for equal pay in Hollywood and was fired for it. Do you think your three's company. Negotiation would still have the same results if it happened today. If it happened today I would own. ABC Right. I it is yeah I would. I was just ahead of my time. That were gone too so I got portrayed as greedy who it's nuts and all you wanted was equal pay with. We're on Ritter. Yeah Wow yeah. Let's go to Chrissy speaking of from New York with the question for Jennifer Coolidge. Hey Christie what's your question. Hi Andy. Hey the Jennifer for now that legally blonde three is officially in the work. Have you heard anything about the movies. From Reese Witherspoon. It's all kind of Mr me. You know I heard from my agent. Yes it's happening. And then then reese got the morning show. She was doing the morning. I So yeah I mean look I'd love to be pollen again but in Ohio for Suzanne somers. Hey Chuck what your question well. Hello Suzanne Big Fan. I was lucky to be in the blonde in the thunderbird bird. About fifteen years ago on Broadway. Oh Yeah thank you. I loved Shell. It was it was a lot of fun really and I just wanted to ask is very eh accidentally confirmed his wedding the last time you're on watch what happens live. That is a good question Last time you were here you said you had been at Barry Manilow Hilas wedding inadvertently kind of although I don't think I mean I guess it was was that I i. I'm Larry Mad at me really and then I said to Barry. I'm so sorry buddy. Andy Andy and Andy. which on this and Barry said it's okay good so you guys are good as you guys have been friends for a long time long time decades and you still are? Yeah okay good. Okay very got the husband's really. Ah I mean with all due with all's not exactly a headline news I'm guessing because yeah yeah right well you never know what's going to make the headline. Let's go to Katie from Arkansas Katy. What's your question handy? Hi Jennifer since. tints differs. Mom in American pie was such a huge meal. Have there ever been any awkward times guy. Hit on because of did did a lot of guys hit on you after American Pie after the whole milk thing. Yeah I mean I have to say I. The movie has helped me out and a lot of ways. Even you know as even as the United States there's always some seen that movie lately so then you sort of get a whole new group of a young guy especially if you don't have the single really using it to my advantage but I do have to say I do remember there was I was with a young guy and I I didn't ask him his age and he took off his shirt. We were messing around and in any had this like Van van thing of a tattoo of a ban across his chest and I was like. I don't know that ban. What's what is that? Ben Nineteen eighty-seven and he goes. Oh that was when I was born I was like Oh and then leader. I needed to get a hair salon advice so we had to call his mother and I realize this was a while back so he was very young and I was very very old Suzanne. I'm Susan M wants to know your top three secrets that contribute to the longevity of your marriage to your husband we date pretty much every night and that means we meet at big AL's bar and we have a Tequila or two and and then we dance and then we live in the desert in the moon is the the moon and I very. He's very horny. Oh my God. God's my God oh my chest unbelievable actually worked in at a makeup counter in retail in because this movie has to do with makeup and I did and I went to school and I did. I didn't film side took the whole thing I took. They took mortuary makeup. I took all how the whole nothing I thought. Yeah I thought I was going to be a makeup artist but more very makeup very very funny in the movie you new things and you got some. Ah Hayek and Tiffany Haddish Shen. Yeah you wanted to say so. I'm stuck on mortuary makeup to take it to but but but but you had to take it to do the whole thing called Joe Blasco and it was like right but you had the first thing for mortuary makeup the first thing you have to do. It's really dark but what you have to nail the mouth shot. No Oh oh you were saying when we were coming you you were saying when we were coming back from break that of. That's were happy you were on with these guys because I was just yeah. This is why I'm so happy to hear that you're with someone who's really warning because I mean I think you know they got some of the ideas from the script of this movie my little monologue and stuff is just you know. They say that people are less horny nowadays and I just love that like you know. It's such a great point is is so great you know now. It's like unlike when I was younger I was like yeah. You know we don't. I need to be doing that all day long but now I'm like Oh my God. Wow it's such a is becoming like the it's yes. It should be more so I mean. Yeah you're the luckiest girl Jetta.
"somers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Morning this result in line and my phone cut out for some reason I have a I discuss and a pot and it was going great Somers loved it weather and everything and then it started to change on it and I got confused is it looking kind of scraggly now Slawson lease but it it's still going isn't life to cut it down into a back I mean or to find a girl and but only because these hot biscuits down the particular that tropical Chinese one with the glossy foliage do it if we're having issues moving it are protecting it during a cold spell then I would do some light pruning but the casual yell leave for brown leaf is this the time of the year but often our first reaction is when something wields or when something has a yellow leaves often we water we tend to over water easily it's the opposite so make sure a lot of these plans with cooler temperatures lack of sunlight compared to Springer summertime were not watering is much and then ride around early March or so you can go ahead and cut it back a real hard like many other type of similar perennial type plants that real hard you know up to half way or so and then look at it say well no one think it might be better in a larger container maybe I'm I find a home in the landscape and see how it performs out there and then go from there but cut it back around early March real.
"somers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Nice seventy fresh off of her first annual sex toys a Christmas cookie party and I can assure you there is nothing fresh about this package today well I'm taking that out of context yeah they're not right sometimes it's okay to not have a not so fresh packages notes all right wing that's how you're feeling today staff the apt I got a lot of meetings today two is so I'm gonna have to pull it together yeah my other yep I wore my fancy eighth grade sweater but it makes me so hot that I've I'm sweating are you did you take it I had till I was sweating yeah I've got a lot of water a lot of well I've got hot water in my thermos because the coffee didn't work what yeah I remember I told you I made coffee but I didn't put rounds I thought you yeah nope the pod so yeah water I got that not so fresh feeling today and Somers leave I can't even can't even talk about a product like that okay I just can't even well not the do they have been a good water or baking soda no wonder why women are having trouble come on I know this is a message for getting twenty four seven the kid goes yeah that's why to.
"somers" Discussed on No Jumper
"You'd WanNa like sleep with would drop a lot if the pool was limited. That's true right. Yeah Wow so now. We're going to do if there's an armegeddon situation. Whoever sows so where do we live? I live here but well grove okay. How's that going? Where where are you from? I'm from San Francisco. Okay so you spend your whole life growing up there pretty much and then five years ago to Orange County and then two years ago I was here. I was downtown first house in big mistake victims ache from through it. I feel like I feel like it's a different lifestyle when I'm there I'm like I hate La Hey l. a.. And then you move out of that and I'm like Oh this kid. Downtown is a different lifestyle lifestyle in the sense that some of my throat poop is walking down. The street live over at my first store was at like the very intersection of where it changes from like sort of human behavior to skid row fifth in Los Angeles and Man. We saw a lot of crazy. Shit it was just so it's like being at war. You just start to get used to so much fucked up shit scared I could never. I don't really recommend it people people would. I don't think they'd mess with you. Definitely messes me. No yeah definitely you out there fucking on the hat on and I doubt that it's even going to really do it. At the end of the day I still going to be like her. She's hot true era. Because there's a girl I know one time I met up with downtown La. I hadn't seen her in a couple of years and she calls me crying. Her eyes out in the tells me like a homeless guy tried to basically like corner her in a in a parking garage. She'd just cry and is freaking out. It's such a scene. I Dunno probably take manager. We're at least take a purse. I've seen some crazy. I don't know what I can say on here but I've seen some crazy. Everything clearly censored yeah flagged on everything I really your channel is on pornography basically basically it was on there for a little day. No I mean it is I mean. Girl friend is in the exact same position where she is just constantly getting hit for the dumbest dommage Shit on youtube that it seems like if almost anyone besides like a hot girl was doing it then they could maybe get away with Or girls I feel like the girls. Were just talking about the girls that have no curve's a no boobs. Don't really get flagged. They don't get in trouble. I'm like wait because my sister's kind of like she has curves but she doesn't have boobs and we can wear the same things. I buy side in mind like so offensive insane. Literally the artificial intelligence that governs youtube because it's not necessarily Israeli humans making a lot of the decisions. It's just the fucking computer so if they see a thumbnail and the computer can tell that it's a chick with big boobs and a big ass and that and she's a little bikini. The fucking computer is the one flagging the algorithm. Not like a human being saying at home so then if you have a girl who basically is shaped like a fucking string bean the algorithm. It's not like human a woman's body it's the fucking computer doing it. which is weird? Yeah I mean I know I feel like now they're like this lacey's Lisi uploading this. We're flagging we don't care what it is for me. It's almost everything. Yeah really. I tuned youtube more to like show my personality. Because because I feel like instagram's pretty much my body and their you know whatever and people are different world on instagram than Youtube. So I like you do because you could just be. I mean somewhat myself because again I have to censor some stuff because you know. It's too but microphone researching just body painting the body painting or like maybe Nude Body Eddie painting literally their thumbnails with the giants like fully in the thumbnail of woman's Vagina. I'm like this is the most mind-blowing educational right. That's what they say. I mean I saw vagina like waxing or an asshole bleaching tutorial on Youtube as well it was sanely graphic traffic. Yeah literally the bleach cream and putting in all of the battles spread wide open in the cameras. Swear to God that's funny. I've I've always wanted to try that. Actually so you never never did your so fair skin that if you don't need that yeah yeah I mean I have no your butthole looks like the majority of Women Eh. Pale wrong burger today. I'm pretty fail. So what would you like when you were younger. Like going through high school and all that it was your personality type the same actually. I didn't go to high school because I was home. Schooled so are independent study basically home school but same thing in sixth grade. 'cause I was so badly l. e. bullied that I got pulled which excited about blue for one boobs and I was like nine over developed super young. Yeah seriously got moves at died and like it was just. I don't know if it's weird. The girls in school how they go beyond the girls for sure like the guys were cool with me. You know with the girls I give you my brother. That's my boyfriend talk okay. I'm just trying to get through school here like are you. Are you characterizing this accurately. You weren't psychotic bitch that was actually like bathing. All these girls into the fucking all their boyfriends and stuff it was real. Yeah the way the Gosh I think like the breaking point was this girl that I didn't know actually brought August goal and her best friend hold on her because she was planning on having me like. I eat lunch in the bathroom. I had like so many like Sony bad stories and I would just the boys like okay. Maybe I dressed low crazy. I got in trouble for like showing justified. She's brought a knife. She drew a picture with my head and a girl with big boobs net coughing blood dripping and said I'm going to kill her home struggle. This girl she has her for three days and I did too and we didn't do anything nowadays our. Why did you know I don't know is bad school? anyways shakeups call my mom went in nowadays. Nowadays I feel like if you did that you would literally be probably expelled some scholarly. Yeah yeah I mean but it's also worse I feel like I don't know everybody wants to be offended. Everyone to be upset. Ah Right but something like that is so genuinely fucked up that they were gonNA call it like terroristic threats Shah. I was reading some articles why people get suspended for like emojis. Jesus shift because they sent right because if you send somebody like a fucking scholar. Moses is kind of like everybody knows what it means it means kill you which is weird. Yeah well the Kenyan post like the peach. If you're referring to like your butt or something because it's too sexual the water Emoji they're like that's it's just too or like your post might get down. Rang like like similar to something like that. Like if it's referring to the picture not mean like if they think it's I don't know but do you believe he's going to be everything. There's lots of like that though. Do you believe that if you use profanity in your scrammed couch and that it's going to get less engagement. I don't know because I see a lot of people like editing out like bills and word or the F. Word delight put in the Asterix and stuff. I'm thinking like a little off. I've never really been reported or anything. Thankfully I felt like my stuff like pretty. PG Honestly Asleep but smallest bikinis and the history of humanity. Girls see some of their legs but open and I'm like holy crap uterus. I mean compared to that I'm like bikinis. Let me live right. Yeah I feel like the girls who really get fucked talked on youtube usually. Are the girls private. Snap girls that are pushing porn through their story constantly. You know really right on the edge with that shit you gotta eat. You've been verified for a long time though you so you never really had to deal with that much stuff. Get deleted verified. Means anything though. Because I've known girls that verified at their posts taken down that get them flagged and actually the other day like I. I mean I've never done that but my friend was like Yahoo video deleted and she was just an abroad and she's like got deleted and I I had to like appeal it and it didn't do anything. Obviously since you're not even looking at it but I just feel like I duNno. I just try to be very careful very careful even though maybe yeah I can get a little crazy about. I don't know like three years ago. I was super drunk and Islas getting my Dick sucked by two girls and a bathroom and putting story did and it got deleted but my accountant gets leaning because I might only had like fifty thousand dollars at the time so I guess yes. It was whatever I feel like. If I did that now would be done. Yeah you'd be done. Because boom boom literally losses account to five million followers because he posted he posted like a ton of sex they gave back. No nine dollar drains over a year no crazies. They should have looked at a little pump story and just seen like strippers with a boobs fully. Out and I'm looking at is an it's like twenty our. We're old story on like. How is this possible? You've seventeen million. I'm Andrew this. I think different people have different roles as I think I fully think that because I've I've seen girls verified or not like I said with their legs open with like their boobs out with like literally the private stuff that you talk about. What just emojis over it? You can hear the noises. I'm I'M NOT GONNA repeat of sexual noise. That's like a clear on youtube. One thing people don't know you can't have that and I'm just like that's so insane like and they're fine right but like one time. I think the only I've ever had anything on my story. It was like a bikini vigil literally Bikini Picture and it got deleted. And I'm like Holy Shit somebody I feel like people that are like more. I don't even know what you want to call it more successful or whatever people try to attack them because they want to get them out of here. Definitely if you're a girl who has like a dented. A dedicated person like one person who really wants to fuck you over and they have like a fucking network work of hundreds of accounts sometimes that they could use or at least like. Maybe they're a member of some form with a bunch of other creepy weirdos. Help them target girls pay people off. I've I've heard that that real. Yeah who will target other girls on instagram. Because they hate them or whatever. There's he wanted he like like I have this tax..
"somers" Discussed on No Jumper
"No Jabber Kudos podcast in the world. I'm here with Lacey. AC Case I was how you doing lacy good. We're just talking about two things on the show which so far is water preferred water drainage and then also the fact that this shirt has now been washed once and I believe that it's too tight. Did you put it in the dryer. Yeah I'm just not that concerned about any particular t shirt even my own t shirt and even a t shirt like this as probably realistically worth hundreds of dollars because TJ rare jumper merge. How could it not exactly right now? I touched it so now. It's really worth much value out or what. Yeah just left the gym really Joe You and to walking up the stairs in here. That's rough right. As far we could have been on the fourth floor. This is the first four. Yeah and that's when we're talking about is like it would it would have been cheaper to be on the fourth floor and I'm kind of thinking like Holy Shit. That's a huge pain in the ass to be telling wrappers or whoever to walk four stairs but at the same time free mandated needed cardio and then kind of tight. Alvar has got to be very there is one of those cargo elevators or you have to fuck in like do at the close the door org chains and it's slow. Gosh I've been an elevator one time and I swear I don't know how many floors that draw but I thought it was going to die. Really the scariest thing was dropping. It was dropping like free falling and I was with this other girl and I was like rude. I don't know you. This is so awkward. We're GONNA die together kissing her. Donate thing streams. You know. She wasn't my type. Yeah type just fall in love with somebody if you're about to die in the elevator plane crash or whatever just start making out of the closest person it was very motherly so I kinda WanNa like holder being woman but you think your stand thing about that like if you knew the world was GonNa End Tomorrow Tomorrow. You'd probably end up just your standard for who you'd WanNa like sleep with would drop a lot if the pool was limited. That's true right. Yeah Wow so.
"somers" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"So there are so they're open day opened up this past Saturday from ten to twelve I'm sure it was a major major success, and it's nice to have a brewery right there on the Larry too. And that's where the glass borough beer festival is in September. We'll be back there again sponsors this year. So we're very happy about that. But the big news. So I'm from carbon township. I got to Somers point boys on my staff right here. Right. So I'm gonna let him do introductions here. So I got Tom and Joe known each other since kindergarten time since kindergarten, and I'm gonna turn it over to you guys. Let's introduce our guests. All right. You may start. I well, we have the brewers here from Somers point brewing company, and we're very excited about this. We have Ed Siegel. Who's brewer? And then Kevin Seagal who brewers. So I guess the first question for you, gentlemen. Is you must have been Bruin before this all came about. Right. Right. So but to tell take us back to when you guys started brewing the garage days. Yeah. Nineteen ninety four. I think was. Wow. You know, early adapter my wife. Fucked up, and she gave me a Homebrew. Outside cast. You're thinking back on that. Absolutely. Best in the gift. I should've gotten him. I love my wife gave me a five hundred one dollar bills. So that was that was her when I was out there. You know what I mean? So any left now they were going really quick so nineteen ninety four for you. What about for you thousand four area for so a little bit later than ad, but your little younger to write a couple years. Okay. So that's okay. We're about ten years. So that's perfect. So what kind of beer kit was meet me. And Tom always asked this question because we inevitably get one to answer. So what kind of your kid did you was not a Mr. beer kit. Kevin vanished of your. That's what. And so it's amazing. How many how many times he's Mr. beer kits had spun profession professional Burs because you. Never be in the beer limpets anymore. Your Utah this beer, so yes, professional careers, delicious. By the way, I mean, we're very excited. So this is almost like weaker Rupp here like gays guys grew up in this. You know, and I grow really close. It's very exciting to have something here. The, you know, Northfield summers point would township area brand new and opened there's nothing like it here. And it's a really really cool thing. It almost feels like sense ownership for it to absolutely another guest coming on later in the show. Joe Craddock you could throw a rock and hit his house. He's Pete backs up to that fence right over there. Right. Pretty much, right? That's close. He is. So that's that's great. So you guys here. Summers point brewing company. It's here in downtown summers point on seventy five west New York avenue and has a little historical significance where we are here. So this building used to be tell us what did he used to be the summers point ice company? So all of a set grew up here new this building as the summers point ice company. And you guys actually have a nice homage to them by kept the eyesight up here. Over top over there, which is really really cool. So you guys just came here on like opened up like, you know, decide to have like three weeks later, you're open. Eleven without New Jersey. But but in all honesty, having worked with other breweries opening this was probably I would call breakneck record setting speed for some because the efficiency built into it. I mean, there was really the waiting was not on you guys at all you had a plan work the plan. I watched and they were gonna talk to some of the professionals that helped them put the building together leader in the show, and you guys had a plan, and you work that plan did it help because I mean, we should say they have six partners. Yes. So you guys. So this is a big partnership of guys all work together. For my understand third y'all out of this. Let's talk about how did this all come together? Guys. You guys obviously are the brewers and you guys are making the bureau, but takes more than just a brewer to make this place..
"somers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's Steve Somers on the fan was one baseball writer, and we have him on the line right now. John nafea of this not from Washington where you would think home or ISM lives and thrives. Jon Laffy is with the San Diego union Tribune, John. Can you look at yourself in the mirror? John can I fully? No, no, no, no. You're looking for fifteen minutes of fame interviews over. Thank you Bye-bye. What? Well, there's a guy with a lift. Well, one of my better interview summers. Weeknights on the fan sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM, New York radio dot com station. It's boomer and geo mornings on the fan. Didn't he didn't go to college in the midwest? Yeah. So somewhere in India mink, make as well. As from out there. Yes. From out Joe's college. It was a weird nobody ever scare right Oberlin or some. Now, I wasn't. I went to ding Dong state. Who was it was good actually for for business? It was it was good. I went out. There is a different world out there. People really cold midwest cold. It's a little bit different. You know what I mean? Do you know what I.
"somers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You, be at seven four. And forty sanctions go right along with it on. A Monday evening, I'm your fan. New York City Steve Somers. Here you, there paulie. Rosenberg Tyler beds they on the other side of the glass, and, one, eight, seven, seven, three, three, seven, six. Six six six that'd be the number for another, three hours rose right up until Chris more at ten, on your fan. New York City In the, twenty first century No other. Zero zero the whole time so that's kind of my fault process tried to put up zero this weapon powerful Fastball gets catering does, Jake Versatile kind of the same as it, has been all year ago right after guys was fortunate enough to get some early contacts early in. The game Indestructible body outside Strikeouts to finish off the top of the sixty six scoreless for degrom can't. Be reason with he did a great job of going out there and attack and. Really good hitters getting ahead all the best games pitched every year are the highest? Strike percentage games and he, goes after guys and that's one of the reasons he so successful Who also stuff, I just try to focus on control no remorse Master at the top. Of this Of course. I'd like to see what happens just weapon would be called Major strengths up side Guam is not. Thirteen back toback strikeouts per Just willing throw anytime. Feel really comfortable with all four culture so Sure Sure.
"somers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For mr steve somers and don't worry steve just needed an extra day off he had a big huge honey to do less than besides sandy said that he was redoing his carpet on the pool and really spruce things up because i guess he's got a big summer blowout party now i'm not sure who all's on the invitation less that's later on this summer whatever according to him but i know he's looking forward to having that new recipe from down south what is it that cajun barbecue that he's getting from the monkey gadgetry if he signs off on the pardon alison gowda know your ears ron you're not out of the woods yet i played a big part in helping negotiate this but you're going to have to come clean tell them devil doc he needs to come clean with that cajun recipe for that barbecue sauce i probably go ahead anyways but you know he he had a close call with law enforcement the other night i don't know if you were listening but yeah there's somebody under hiding around his truck and tried to rob the truck stop or something yeah he was telling me i think they wanted to actually stick up the monkey gouging get that rig because a lot of these bandidos out there they've heard that they can make more money stealing the rig and all the goods in inside and then robin banks nowadays have he he almost got shot he he opened up the door that truck and they put his hands up he had his hand up they're like what both hands up he's like yeah so he went to grab his other hands they put up there and they thought it was the shotgun yeah it's no good him running afoul of the law i mean especially with his son being a law man you know l hey i've negotiated for him and pappy ready to well only with the signing off but the honorable judge mr steve somers but they both want their hands on that recipe for that cajun barbecue sauce and dowd you may even throw in some southern donuts southern fried donuts or something like that so he's on hold right now we'll get the full scoop from him but yeah go ahead on pick up where you left off man one of his pink pandy christmas ornament that.
"somers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Radio sixty six brian delay rain delay rain delay and the talk show alert is in effect although i don't think it's raining they just expected to rain some talk this evening i heard susan say maybe in the nine o'clock hour right now it's gorgeous they could play baseball now but who wants to stop and then start all over again so we are in a rain delay i guess and of course it is steve somers here and hopefully you there because there is going to be the delay before any possible rain i guess i'm not really sure so i'm guessing they probably could start but who wants to start and then stop and then start all over again so we are here to take your calls and you should know from the one eight seven seven and three three seven six six six x number to call and if susan's remark and comment about the weather is such we may be here for more than an hour for a little bit lucky and the rain comes at say eight o'clock and leaves at eight oh five we might have baseball more sooner than later so we'll just play it by ear and we'll play it by voice yours and.
"somers" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The somers down a non along long beach island we pray for hurricane like this because the surf with kick up and you get the weeds that you waited for all summer long right even if the swell was you know thousands of miles away off the jersey shore you would kick in but it this is serious this is dangerous in this series this is the b would they see frank it's like the biggest hurricane ever some late that well according to the president's tweet about a two minutes ago he said that a hurricane looks like the largest ever recorded in the atlantic exclamation point enjoy that secret no no he did not know enjoy but yes that's that is true it's the largest hurricane ever in the atlanta atlantic oh yeah so we're going to be very dangerous joe it's going to reaffirm what again who hurricanes romantic thibault who noda exact path that he had own tech but this is a massive storm and it looks like it's going to barreled down right in the middle of florida yes i mean it's going to it's probably gonna hit florida over the weekend which is why the nfl is already cancelled the dolphins and tampa bay buccaneers there was the play in miami on sunday they cancel that game there actually i i the thinking is they were going to try move it to a neutral insight but i don't think they have enough time to do that and the are really there's a couple of neutral site in fact metlife stadium is opened this weekend because both the giants and jets or way uh but i believe they interested in yeah they they have a mutual by week in november they're both on the same time so looks like they're going to play the game on that date which would mean sixteen straight weeks of playing football they will not have an off week in miami does travel to england this.