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NRA speakers unshaken on gun rights after school massacre

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 d ago

NRA speakers unshaken on gun rights after school massacre

"Speakers at the National Rifle Association's convention in Houston lament the Yuval di school shooting while also call for more guns and tighter school security Former president Donald Trump calls a shooting in which 19 students in their two teachers died pure evil saying people bent on killing others need to be in mental hospitals and schools have to become security bastions From this day forward every school in America should have a police officer or an armed resource officer on duty at all times Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz dismisses the calls for banning semi-automatic weapons or initiating gun restrictions Taking guns away from these responsible Americans will not make them safer Nor will it make our nation more secure The NRA says attendees will also reflect on the shooting and pray for the victims I'm Tim

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What Are Eric's Favorite Children's Books?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:02 min | 2 d ago

What Are Eric's Favorite Children's Books?

"My 11 year old son would like to know what were your top ten favorite childhood books? You know, I have to answer that another time because that is, it's one of those questions that are kind of jumps at me and I think I don't really know. I don't want to pretend that I was some big reader as a child. But I have many fond memories, but it's weird. I'm like, you know, because of C. S. Lewis, I think of children's books as books that can be read by children and adults. And so now I think one of my favorite children's books now, the Tim series by Edward are disowning an English man who illustrated and wrote these books, Edward are disowning, they are some of the most wonderful books for young people, but I had no clue about them when I was growing up. Obviously the Narnia books top of the list. I didn't read them till I was 30 years old. So I'm a little bit behind.

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Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Kemp wins Georgia GOP gov's race in stinging rebuke of Trump

"The Georgia governor's race is a rematch of the close 2018 election between Republican Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams Georgia governor Brian Kemp easily defeated former president Donald Trump's handpicked candidate former senator David perdue in the Republican Party primary camp immediately turned his sights on 2018 opponent Democrat Stacey Abrams who ran unopposed in the democratic primary The fight for the soul of our state begins to make sure that Stacey Abrams is not going to be our governor or the next president Abrams narrowly lost to camp in 2018 Four years later I'm going to prove that he was the wrong choice for Georgia Her top issue is to expand Medicaid to all adults She also of supports abortion rights and is opposed to a camp backed law eliminating a concealed weapon permit in public I'm Tim

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US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

"The birth rate in the United States remains well below the rates from before the pandemic The birth rate in 2020 was its lowest in nearly 50 years It went up by 1% in 2021 still below pre-pandemic numbers The lead author of a CDC report on births in 2021 says much of the increase was among older mothers and women who postpone pregnancy plans because of the uncertainty surrounding the early days of the pandemic with the largest increase 5% among women in their late 30s There were nearly 3.7 million births last year up about 100,000 from 2020 The rates rose for both Hispanic and white women but fell for Asian black Native American and Alaska native women I'm Tim McGuire

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Boeing docks crew capsule to space station in test do-over

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Boeing docks crew capsule to space station in test do-over

"A Boeing crew capsule arrives at the International Space Station Some three years after a trouble plague first test flight Boeing starliner crew capsule arrived at the International Space Station Contact capture These patients showing good thought capture The capsule with a dummy on board automatically docking with the station some 25 hours after Thursday's launch The station crew will unload groceries and gear from starliner and pack it with experiments It's due for a landing in New Mexico next Wednesday If the rest of the test mission goes well Boeing could be ready to launch its first crew by the end of the year I'm Tim

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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire

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How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains

"Stephen, let me just continue on that note. Are you seeing because as a famous economist once said to me, economics is the science of demonstrating that water runs downhill. It's not, you know, it's not voodoo. It's not a dark art. It's common sense, right? It's just common sense. Is there anybody you're hearing on the other side of the aisle to think tank or in the quote unquote political elite who's saying, yeah, this is nuts. We can't print more money, send money to the Ukraine, the punish the wealth generators in America because I don't see it. Are you seeing it? No, you don't well, you don't see it among any of the Democrats in Congress who are just very dutifully voting for every Obama initiative. You know, we have a race I met with JD Vance this morning. You know, he's running against Tim Ryan from Ohio. This is an example of what you're talking about. And Tim Ryan is going around the state of Iowa saying, I'm a moderate Democrat. I'm a middle pro worker, a Democrat. And JD said, well, that's interesting because you voted a 100% with Joe Biden. How are you a moderate Democrat? All these guys, they voted in a 100% with Biden on everything. So there's no voices of sanity and Congress except for Joe Manchin who saved our country. Thank you, Joe Manchin. You really did say, by the way, I'm sorry to go up on a tangent here. Go ahead, go ahead. Yep, Bezos said, hey, the guy who really saved you was Joe Manchin. You know, you wanted to spend another $5 trillion because Biden's running around the country now saying he reduced the deficit. Can you believe this? You can't make this stuff up. He's about three $4 trillion they say. Fiscal conservative. And then, of course, here's the bigger problem, though, and I shouldn't be laughing because this is a very serious matter. There's nobody in The White House. There's no sane voice in The White House who was saying, hey, you know, you can't do this. You have to, there's no adult in the room. There's nobody who knows anything about business.

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New 'disinformation' board paused amid free speech questions

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

New 'disinformation' board paused amid free speech questions

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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | Last week

Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.

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Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the 'Southern Strategy'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | Last week

Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the 'Southern Strategy'

"You said something fascinating about you reacted very, very powerfully to an individual who mentioned the southern strategy. And you kind of exploded. It's BS. It's all ancient. I had your back and I said, yes, it is rubbish. This idea that dinesh d'souza is masterfully blasted out of the water as well that the GOP flipped and the racism thing in America just magically changed overnight. Could you unpack just how the internal logic of the sovereign strategy makes no sense. It makes no sense whatsoever. And the reason why I exploded on the gentleman and I went over into apologize later because I did explode. It's frustrating. And it's also frustrating that our party won't do anything about it. It won't push back on this idea. Thank God for doing extra shoes and prager U and these groups that are out pushing back on this stuff and writing these wrongs, but the idea that the south became the Republican party and they became more they became less racist or more racist as it became more Republican is just ridiculous. I mean, if you think about it logically, which doesn't happen a lot on that side. As the Republicans who were dominating the north moved into the south, the south would have become less racist, but that's not what happened. It's the exact opposite. And so you have to sit there and go, wait a second, this doesn't make any sense.

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LBJ and the Issue of Fatherless Birth Rates

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

LBJ and the Issue of Fatherless Birth Rates

"Talk about some issues. Just Larry is a font of stats. And he just spewed out these stats on the stage. And when he said, more than 70% of all black children are born to fatherless homes. You go, you know, how much money has government spent on the minority betterment since the great society. What's 19 says? So let's 50 years. Right. And the poverty rates, they're not lower. The poverty rates are the same or higher. But the fatherless birth rates have exploded. So how do we even begin to grasp that nettle if there's an incentive? Well, I think that one of the things you have to look at, the answer to that really for starters goes back to LBJ. I'm going to have these inwards voting Democrat for 200 years I'm going to lock them in. I'm going to, I'm going to buy the vote. Absolutely. And then you go and you look at how they fundamentally broke apart the nuclear family, which you still happening today. Which was in the BLM. Website until they scrubbed it. It's really scrubbed it. But that was, you know, there's nothing new under the sun. You know, these guys are doing the same thing over again. But back then, it was, hey, if you had a certain income level, which husbands or fathers were most of the times the breadwinner, if you had these income level, you didn't qualify for X, Y, and Z and so dad started walking away so that families could be supported on these government programs. That translated and devolved really into fatherless homes and man, you break apart the nuclear family, and we see the negative impacts of that in community still to this day. And so they knew what they were doing. It was systemic and LGBT LBJ told us. Right. He told us, he gave us the answer to the test and years and years and years later exactly his prophecy if you call that his coming true.

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Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the Minority Vote

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | Last week

Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the Minority Vote

Republicans and the Minority Vote With Tim Parrish

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:16 min | Last week

Republicans and the Minority Vote With Tim Parrish

"I look at a GOP establishment that either writes off minorities like Asian and black or thinks that they simply, they don't know what to say, how to do the outreach. I look at the four years of the Trump administration with the increased popularity, more Hispanic, more black votes for him after four years in 2020. Am I wrong about the GOP? Do we know how to talk to them? You were telling me some amazing stories about just shocking lack of understanding. We don't. Doctor gorka and it's unfortunate and it's sad and it's costly because as we go into a cycle after election cycle, we don't, as a party, particularly the establishment, know how to engage with those from diverse communities. And we don't know how to tell our story. A story that has actually resonates with the diverse communities more than any other political group, but also we've been very reactive. We've actually settled on just being reactive. We let the other side lie and paint our picture for us. And then we react to that. And it's already going this thing. No, we're not racing. Exactly. Right. Exactly. That's the best we got. The letters, oh, you're racist. No, no, no. No. That's them controlling the narrative.

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J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | Last week

J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good

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Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | Last week

Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

"Mean, let me add just one other breaking news from today. Joe Manchin was pressed very hard yesterday on whether or not he would support the what they're calling the codification of roe V wade into federal law. It's this accessibility to abortion act or whatever it's called. And he had to call a press conference and come out and say, guys, this is not the codification of roe V wade. This is an expansion of abortion, roe V wade said you had a federal right to abortion. What this law wants to do is wipe out 500 state and local laws nationwide to basically force abortion availability via taxpayer dollars into every corner of the world that it's not currently at. And to your point, it's a zero sum game. If you give them a half an inch, they will take 6000 miles. And that's why we can't, we can't just sit back and say, it's okay for them to simply state their disagreement. No, every time that Jen Psaki has said stuff crazy in recent weeks from the press room, we've got to denounce it. We've got to call attention to it. We've got to say that is not true. We've got to force facts back into the conversation because these people do not have nerve endings that receive the normal receptor messages as to, oh, I shouldn't say that. It's blatantly not true. Well, they are, we're in a new world. And that's why people like Tim Keller and others who they're good people. But what they said 20 years ago, 15 years ago, the reason it no longer applies is because the world has changed and they refuse to see how dramatically things have changed so that they're anodyne platitudes, they no longer hold.

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Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string

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Sen. Tim Scott Responds to Janet Yellen's Pro-Abortion Comments

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Sen. Tim Scott Responds to Janet Yellen's Pro-Abortion Comments

"And here is his response cut to go Some of your comments in response to bob's question I found troubling And just from a clarity's sake did you say that ending the life of a child is good for the labor force participation rate Giving someone the let me just quote what you said that ultimately increasing access to abortion and reproductive healthcare allows for our labor force participation rate to continue to increase that denying women access to abortion increases their odds of living in poverty or need for public assistance to the guy who was raised by a single mom who worked long hours to keep us out of poverty I think people can disagree on the issue of being pro life or pro abortion but in the end I think framing it in the context of labor force participation is it just feels calloused to me I think finding a way to have a debate around abortion in a meaning for the economic stability of our country is harsh and I'm just surprised that we find ways to weave into every facet of our lives Such an important and painful reality for so many people to make it sound like it's just another .4% added to our labor force participation as a result of the issue of abortion just to me seems

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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:44 min | Last month

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And that is related to questions and subjects. I wanted to cover new ground with Mark. I did not want to rehash. Questions and topics that have been covered a lot in the media, whether by The New York Times, or anyone else for that matter. And one of those topics is Ukraine because meta has spoken and published publicly about their ongoing efforts regarding Russia's invasion of Ukraine. So you can read about them also in the show notes to not blog slash podcast. And Marcus commented on these things already. If you want to learn about what I'm doing on the front, you can go to Tim dot log slash Ukraine, but we had limited time in this conversation, and I wanted to cover subjects that would have some staying power. Some relevance moving forward 6 months, 12 months, maybe even several years when people are listening to this podcast in the future. So imagine yourself a founding member of one of the most successful rock bands of all time. What happens when you break up? For many, that might be the end of the story, but for my guest tonight, it was just getting started with no prior experience. He went on to score films for Francis Ford Coppola and Oliver Stone, composed for ballet and opera, and even take pilgrimages to Africa where he played drums with hungry lions. I am not kidding. He's a founding member of the police, a member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and for the last three decades. He's been one of Rolling Stone's top ten drummers of all time. Please welcome musician master and madman, Stuart Copeland. Hey guys, this is Tim again, just one more thing before you take off. And that is 5 bullet Friday. Would you enjoy getting a short email from me every Friday that provides a little fun before the weekend. Between one and a half and 2 million people subscribe to my free newsletter by super short newsletter called 5 bullet Friday. Easy to sign up, easy to cancel. It is basically a half page that I send out every Friday to share the coolest things I've found or discovered or have started exploring over that week. It's kind of like my diary of cool folks. It often includes its articles and reading, book some reading, albums, perhaps, gadgets, gizmos, all sorts of tech tricks and so on that gets sent to me by my friends, including a lot of podcast. Guests, and these strange esoteric things end up in my field, and then I test them, and then I share them with you. So if that sounds fun, again, it's very short, a little tiny bite of goodness before you head off for the weekend, something to think about. If you'd like to try it out, just go to Tim dot blog slash Friday, type that into your browser, Tim dot log slash Friday, drop in your email, and you'll get the very next one. Thanks for.

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:39 min | 2 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Think more before I answer these types of things. But. Plane ride bird. Does this mean anything? Okay, I think you're referring to the white knuckle charter company. That's the one. So basically what happened is my parents, they launched the safari business, and it slowly started to become successful, but they started to run into a problem as my sister and I were getting older because schools started to become an issue. So there was obviously no way to take us to school living out here. So they decided that what they would do is they would learn to fly, and then they would furious into the nearest town, and we would sort of attend early preschool whatever it's called Monday through Wednesday and then Wednesday we would fly back to the reserve, and we would be here through the weekend. And we were basically getting three days of schooling. That seemed like enough to them at the time. So they took up flying and my memories of it are, when they would pick us up on a Wednesday afternoon, to be honest, they weren't great pilots. So they were in a bit of a state. You know that the first 50 hours of being a pilot. There's a lot of stress about getting it in the air and then safely getting it back on the ground. So we would arrive and they would say that we're in flying mode right now and flying mode meant we could not ask any questions. We had to shut up. Kids, you kids shut up. We're in flying mode. And then they had this other sort of drill that they worked out with each other, which was called pilot in command. And when they were up front there in the cockpit, the one would say, I am now piloting command. And if you hand it over control, you would say, handing over control and the other would say, I am now piloting command, pilot in command, handing over to pilot in command. I am now piloting in command. And they had this whole drill, right? The first crash that we were involved in, we came into land and we had a plane. It was a little cessna that had a quirk. And let me tell you when it comes to aviation, you don't want planes with quirks. You can have a quirky like pickup truck, but you can not have a quirky aircraft. The quirk was that when you pulled the power, not all power cut off, it kept a little bleed of power on. So my mother was flying the plane, she came into land on the little 800 meter dirt strip. She cut the power, the plane sort of landed, but it just kept on a little too much power and we kept going. And she started to say to my father and my sister and I are watching from the back in flying mode. I can't get the power off. I can't get the power off. I can't get the speed off, and he says, he's saying to you our pilot in command, you are piloted in command, and I know but I can't get the speed off and eventually she kicks the RADA and the plane veers off the runway and we hit a marula tree and we stop. That was our first crash. And it's one of those ones, Tim that if you bring it up today, like at dinner, he will say, we'll say, well, you know, I couldn't get the speed off and he'll say, my father will say, well, you a pilot in command, and immediately a fight will develop at dinner. I know I was padded in command, but before we hit the tree, do you think you could have pulled the power? So there's a little tension around it. Anyway, the worst one was, we were flying a short hop, and by this stage, my parents had launched a bigger safari company and they had decided that when they flew, they should actually have a commercial pilot with them. And so the setup was, it's a commercial pilot in the left hand seat. It's my father in the right hand seat, and then there's club seating four seats in the back, but you said facing each other like you would on a train. Looking at each other. So we're flying along and I see my mother and her friend are sitting opposite me. And they're looking towards the cockpit. I'm looking back at them. And suddenly we just hear this outrageous like sound. And wind falls the cockpit, and it's just incredible rushing sound. Amazing sound. Looking at my mother and her friend next to her, it looks like Pulp Fiction. There is just blood and guts all over them. It looks like someone took a bird, put it in a blender and made like a bird smoothie and then threw it over them. They've got a wing on their head. They've got a foot on their shoulder they are covered in blood and guts. And so I turn and I look back at the cockpit, the front window of the plane is gone. The pilot is conked out. He's passed out in his seat, and my father is like orientating himself in the madness. And right at that moment, as he sort of, as my father got his bearings, I saw him grab the controls, and then he looked back at me and said, I am pilot in command..

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And girls, this is Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferris show. Where does my job to deconstruct world class performers? All different types to tease out the routines habits and so on that you can apply to your own life. This is a special in between a episode which serves as a recap of the episodes from the last month. Features a short clip from each conversation in one place so you can jump around, get a feel for both the episode and the guest. And then you can always dig deeper by going to one of those episodes. Based on your feedback, this format has been tweaked and improved since the last recap episode, for instance, at hyper Sundays on Twitter suggested that the bios for each guest can kind of slow down the momentum in this format, so we moved all the bios to the end. So we are listening, keep giving us feedback. View this episode is a buffet to wet your appetite. It's a lot of fun. We had fun putting it together. And for the full list of the guests featured today, see the episode's description, probably right below where we press play in your podcast app, or as usual, you can head to Tim dot log slash podcast and find all the details there. Please enjoy. Could you speak to slow productivity and perhaps you could speak to John Griffin's book, the scientists, you mentioned a bunch of scientists earlier in this conversation. Because you strike me also is kind of a proof case or a test case of slow productivity in a world where it is thought by and large to not be possible or to just be outdated. So could you just expand on that in any way that makes sense to you? Well, I mean, I'll tell you, and this is literally true. What I was doing in the moments before we logged on to do this discussion right now is in the other room and my office this year with a notebook working on slow productivity, notes on slow productivity because I'm thinking about maybe writing a book on it, but I'm still in the earlier stages. And I had gone for a walk earlier and had been developing some new thoughts and I wanted to get them down. So I was actually pretty frantically taking notes in my notebook as I was looking at the clock, like I got to get into talk to Tim. So when I say it's fresh on my mind, I mean, it's literally, it's literally fresh in my mind. And so that's a big caveat that means this is not a fully baked idea. I love how it's being done. So the ingredients are swirling. So look here, I'll pitch you what I wrote down this an hour ago. As of an hour ago, this is the way because what I do when I'm thinking about ideas is I try to basically re pitch them out from scratch. And I do that again and again. And each time I do it, there's overlap with the previous times, but also new pieces. And that's how it polishes. It's why it takes me 6 months to a year to get, for example, a book idea ready to even propose. This is like we talked about the math mind. I need the pieces to make sense. So my current take on slow productivity is the problem itself. So here's the problem we're facing. The human brain is wired. It's good at making a plan for executing something that you think is important. And it makes you feel good when you complete that plan. This is critical to the humans, why we're different than a lot of animals, we can actually come up with a plan to do something and feel motivation to do it and feel good when we actually we need to fix the fence we fixed the fence, the cattle can't get out. We feel really good. The issue is, if you don't do anything, let's say I'm not making any plans, I don't want to do anything. We know that makes you feel terrible. So you take away people's autonomy, their sense of efficacy and their miserable. We know that. But if you put too much on people's plates, so that now you have more on your plate more obligations to which you have some sort of ascent to complete, then you can easily conceive actually all getting done, you short circuit that drive. Just like your drive for hunger is really important. But if you eat like a huge amount of junk food, it's short circuits to drive and you end up unhealthy. So when we have way too much on our plate, more than we can easily imagine how it's going to get done, it makes us really unhappy because we're short circuiting a cognitive drive here. And we get sort of anxious and overwhelmed that it doesn't feel good. So we can't treat humans like we would a computer processor. When a computer processor, you want to pipeline as many instructions as possible that are sitting there so that not a single cycle is wasted because you just want to make sure that you always have something to do. But for the human brain, that huge pipeline of things that are waiting to be done actually makes the brain unhappy. Our solution to this type of overload, we have too much on our plate in work and in our life admin as well. Our solution has been to use fast productivity, so.

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Ridiculous sexual fantasies. But we're not going to get there. We need just you and me and our few million of my best Friends. Listening. Let's see. Two on the bucket list. I'm not going to count the kid. Because you already discussed it. So I'm going to put that out of bounds. I might need some time to think about that, which is actually disturbing to me that I need time to think about it. Anything immediately come to mind for you? Yeah, you know what? Why don't you come to mind? What's that? I could be a fun trip for us to do actually is the aurora borealis. So actually, this comes full circle. You will like this. And I think I've told you this, but man, I'm sorry that it was, of course, catalyzed by the passing of your father, but you recommend the talent to me. And I'm with you during this I mean, not with you, but we're in contact during this entire process. I read the tail end I go holy fucking shit. And by the way, everybody, just look up at the tail end, Tim urban and read it. Do yourself a favor. And so I made a commitment to take my family on a trip once a year. And we haven't done it in the last two years. But I think it was the first trip. My mom had always wanted to see the aurora borealis that took my whole family to Iceland. And went to middle of nowhere in the middle of winter. It was dark all the time, so it's the opposite of what we're experiencing right now. We had the best luck ever. And we just saw the most incredible displays they were our borealis. And they have to say, much like what we experienced this morning, you can not currently capture it at all on video or camera. It doesn't bear any resemblance to the feeling and the experience of doing it in person. I would definitely do that again. I was actually looking for it this morning because while the totality is happening, you can actually see stars. When the sun's totally covered by the moon. And there's a different word for the southern borealis, I think, our southern ore, yeah. There's a chance we could have seen it. Wonder what that's called, the aurora borealis, the austral borealis. I'm making up words now. We don't have the Internet. We don't have the Internet. We're hobbles. That'd be one thing on the bucket list. That reminds you of anything on your bucket list. There are so many things I would like to do. I would really like to, for instance, this isn't a discrete item on a bucket list, but get back into scuba diving. Scuba diving is one of my great loves. I haven't done it in so long. And it is really, truly, if you get to the point where you're reasonably comfortable and you can do wall dives and really kind of hover using your buoyancy. What's a wall dive? Or like a cliff dive. So let's say you're swimming over coral that's I'm just making this up 30 feet below the surface. Colors are still really vibrant at that depth. And then there's just a cliff. And you drop off of this cliff and you just go down this wall. So you're looking at, let's just call it a coral reef, but it's vertical instead of horizontal. And you look down and it's just into the abyss. So you swim along a wall, and you can drop down, go up and down, looking at everything there is to see. I often use a scuba diving and it doesn't work for everyone, of course..

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Endoscope. Hello boys and girls ladies and germs, this is Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss show where it is my job to deconstruct world class performers of all different types to tease out the routines habits and so on that you can apply to your own lives. This is a special in between a soda. I haven't done one of these in a while. And it is a first of a kind experiment on this podcast. It is a recap of the episodes from last month, so we're pulling snippets from all the episodes from last month. It features the first 15 or so minutes from each conversation in one place so you can easily jump around to get a taste for each episode and each guest. I want to know what you think because if this works fantastic. If it can be improved, fantastic. If it's terrible, not fantastic, please let me know. So look at it as a teaser, something to wet your appetite. If you like what you hear, then you can jump into each of the episodes or any of the episodes at Tim dot blog slash podcast. But I recognize you got a lot of demands on your time. And this is an easy way to provide a buffet, a sampler of sorts. And then you can choose pick and choose your favorites. So please enjoy and again send feedback. If you think other formats would work better for this, or you have other ideas for experimental formats for the podcast that I could play with. Please send it on Twitter to at T Ferris tfr ISS and at team Tim Ferriss, good luck spell on that. If you're a long-term listener, I hope you can at this point spell that. Just hashtag experiment for now. And that'll help us find it. But you can send feedback on Twitter. And as always, thank you for listening. I'm so excited to have my guest today. His name is rich role. And I'm going to start in an unorthodox way, and that is by reading a tweet. I don't really do this. I don't know if I've ever done this, but this is a tweet from October 2018. And I think rich is probably going to see where this is going. Just before his 52nd birthday, here's the tweet. I didn't reach my athletic peek until I was 43. I didn't write my first book until I was 44. I didn't start my podcast until I was 45. At 30th I thought my life was over at 52. I know it's just beginning. Keep running, never give up and watch your kite sore, then there's actually another tweet within context. I've retweeted this for people who want to see it. They can also find it, of course, at rich role. I want to mention one more thing before we get to more of the bio. And that is related to your first half Iron Man. So this is an outside magazine. And here's the quote. In my first half Iron Man, I barfed during the swim. By the time I got off my bike, my legs were so cramped up that I ran 100 meters for you yanks, like me, that's about 300 feet and just stopped. It was DNF. That means he did not finish. By beginnings and triathlon were very humble, but I loved it. All right, so I'm going to give this and drips and drabs, but let's start with paragraph one. So now, zooming out to present day, it's a little bit of retrospective. At age 40, ritual, as I mentioned at ritual on Twitter, made the decision to overhaul the sedentary throws of overweight middle age, and I might, I may or may not be in that place just right now. Walking away from a career in law, he reinvented himself as a globally recognized ultra distance endurance athlete, bestselling author and host of the wildly popular ritual podcast, which I highly recommend. One of the world's most listened to podcasts with more than 200 million downloads. And I'm going to modify the next paragraph a little bit. Rich has been named one of the 25 fittest men in the world by men's fitness and the guru of reinvention by outside magazine. He's written a bestselling memoir, finding ultra, and his co authored, the cookbooks slash lifestyle guides, the plant power away, and the plant powerway Italia with his wife, Julie, is it piat? Pi it. Damn it. I knew I had a 50 50 chance there. It's a common common thing. And how the sausage is made because a professional would have asked. In fact, I highlighted her last name to ask you before we started recording. But you know, we live in a story. Just to get a few things mentioned and we'll mention them again at the very end. Rich role dot com, you can find all things rich related ritual on all social, including Twitter, Instagram and YouTube except for Facebook, which is rich role, fans. Rich, welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me, Tim. It's really an honor to be able to join you for this and I'm really looking forward to the conversation to come. So thanks for having me. Yeah, absolutely. Me too. And for those of you who can't see video at some point, maybe you should check it out because we have the perfect yin Yang color template here. You have a rather disheveled Tim Ferriss in tan with white background and rich looking like a handsome devil with black clothing black background. It's actually very striking. I should request that guests do this in the future. It will help viewers to keep them separate. So let's really dive in here and I want to establish just a bit of background for folks and we're going to go all over the place. So at age 40, so you make the decision to overhaul dot dot dot. But let's get granular and maybe we could focus on one piece of this life puzzle, which is alcohol, and could you speak to the role that alcohol has played in your life? When it entered your life, when you really realized that you had a problem, let's begin there if you're open to it. It enters my life near the end of high school and the beginning of college prior to that. I was a very studious, highly motivated person who was very goal driven. And that grew out of, I think, in retrospect, looking back on my life on a deep insecurity that I had, because as a young person, I was very much an introvert, I had a lot of difficulty connecting with other people and making friends. I certainly hadn't demonstrated any kind of athletic talent or ability. I was the typical prototypical kid who gets picked last for kickball and was very awkward and self conscious. And at some point, along the way, I discovered those sport of swimming and we could talk about that if you like. But that was the one thing where I kind of felt comfortable and showed some level of acumen at an early stage. And when you're a young person and you experience just a little bit of encouragement or success, you're going to kind of double down on that. And that's what I did. And I think there was something about being underwater in almost a metaphysical sense or a psychological sense where I felt protected like it was almost like this womb where I was insulated from all of the confusing emotions that I had as a young person. And so swimming really became my focus and I realized early that I wasn't the most talented kid, but I had this capacity to suffer and to work hard and a willingness to go the extra mile and with that sensibility I was.

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"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

"You can record and documents your values. What makes you you not just the valuables. Not just protecting them. Which that's what the estate planning stuff does in the financial planning helps to put all of stuff together the legacy stories in the legacy planning as we call it from our perspective ties in the emotional aspect of being able to have a voice literally recorded in one area one system that lives there forever about your family values and your family story that you could also share with other family members and they can add content inside of there as well. So imagine this tim. This were started for me. Imagine being able to hear your great grandfather's voice somebody you never met in your life. But he's your great grandfather right and you go back as far as you want. You can go as far as we want to in the future you hear him giving a. There's a picture that comes up. And he's just basically talking about during this time in nineteen zero two and this and this is what it was like in this in this where our and then you can kind of transport your mind there. It start thinking about that. That is the emotional. Part that why we purchase legacy stories that is additional that is also what you get for the same price for advisors to offer to their clients to be able to deliver truly differentiates. There's other than your products pricing and performance. That is going to be something that i promise you will change the game and you have eliminated your competition when you start making the service available to them. Awesome stuff dude. I think we had a really fun episode here. Short and sweet and I you know. I'm going to encourage everybody of course from the health side to if you are. You know the epsom check body lights going on you. Have your overweight. Like i used to be You're on a few medications. You just not feeling good energies. They're not there. You're not sleeping. Well if gas and bloating maybe exxon your elbows like data. You're bleeding whatever it. Is you got some health issues going on. We will help you get that right and i would Suggest you guys Go.

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"One of central saint. Louis alright see what we got in here. I got a bunch and some are some are from back. But i haven't been able to get to them starting back in the summer august. Actually why does he may work so well tried to do one. Tma question so like appeal to the crossover. Yeah i like that. I like that play Why does tma work so well. What is the secret formula with the lineup. Changes slash villains of. The show has had over the past couple of months anytime there is someone who fills in for either. Timur dog feels different jackson filled in for tim And did a great job this kept bringing me back to the question of what makes a show so great wise at work. First thing you have to analyze three main characters. Tim joe duggan iggy the way they play off of one. Another is amazing. Never dull moment. That dynamic immediately made me think of the classic comedy duos where they have the funny man in the straight man like abbott casello laurel and hardy. Hell you could even bring in the eighties with beavis and butthead. E would be the funny man with all of his countless stories of incest and debauchery. Doug would be the straight man gawking at ease crazy tales and providing create counterbalance. That led to me. Think we're tim lands and the dynamics of the show. It came to mind that there's another classic comedy team that fits team a perfectly the three stooges the straight man is larry doug the funny curly agee in the third. Guy is mo- the ringleader. Tim tim just like maoz. Great mix of both and zany has this dynamic of classic comedy been conscience conscious or subconscious. Have you ever noticed the similarities of classic comedy and a do you have any other insights into why this. Tma lineup works so well keep up the great work. That's from josh. That's i saved it. That's one now that i've read it. I almost want to edit out. Because i kind of feel like in a way itself indulgent. I so often. I think about like buck swope being in here or like interviewing us Because i feel it's like when jay was asking me questions like the audience wonders this but nobody in the audience communicates to me but they communicate it to jay or idiots gets dm's from like the same guys fifty times a show de so he's kind of secret pipeline to the audience although i don't know if he knows that we know he's the secret pipeline that but either way this is kind of. Here's what i would tell you from my opinion on it is. There's there's absolutely no like. Oh let's put together a show and will be you know. I'm sure people know this but will comp- you know we'll follow in the footsteps. Yeah the three students know exactly it. Just it's organic. Yeah so when people. Why does it work well. There is talent. But i don't know i when i think of talent jackson. Yeah i don't think of what we do is talent I think of. I don't even want to say like a michael jordan would be. But even the jake woodford unpicking picking an excuse Member of the cardinals so the ability to throw a baseball is an ability that not everybody has that fast the the Talk with atom along for example..

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"That came in the form of mainstream counterculture like the rap rock groups and heavier stuff number four while likely not having the same bearing is the reasons above. I think a better argument that can Than what you mentioned from the film. Something about fear of y2k. Ll would be that. The columbine shooting happened mere months prior to woodstock ninety nine That time was transformative for you as it stripped away. Innocence and made us question how safe we ever really are it. Also brad is fucked up as say a swath of people who felt they really connected with the event not saying it made people cheer but there were high school aged. Kids thinking wow. I'm not the only incredibly angry kid out there. In this world. I would argue. It had a correlation that music. The groom its aftermath. Just some of the stuff to chew on. Feel free to mention on the show. Although i imagined nothing here is compelling enough to have to share with the audience. Thanks for bringing fifteen hours of jackassery to my ears each week. Y'all are truly the best cheers from tim. Also thought it was really good. And that's why. I wanted to show a breakdown columbine thing..

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"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

"A enriches carter wilcox. Csi financial group here once again on a fantastic monday evening. Zona with my co host of chemical. Free body mr tim james buddy. I'm excited to be back again. We've got another guest and his name is amazing saying yeah. It's like the tim tim show. What's the honor to be here guys. So so tim. Robertson of novi michigan. And i know. Tim before we sorta get into the enriches on the podcast that you guys and gals for joining us. Once again we are. We're sneaking up on twenty episodes. Can you believe that tim game. It's pretty cool pretty cool. It's almost exciting as exciting about my dad's getting a new tractor this weekend. Nice well. Hey what what the plug. I as the first one. He's hatton thirty years. The other two just won't start anymore so it's a it was time so art exciting stuff again. New tractors almost twenty episodes. So we're really rocking order yet to so today. We are very pleased to have our guest Mr tim robertson. The other tim ear. Today's 'em are you doing out there. But i'm doing great. Have you guys had another another carter. Tim i don't think so. We have not now another carter. That's not baby. My son carter. Sammy whoever you carter satan anyway but Yeah so roberson. Before we get started. I know that you have a broker dealer. And it's a very heavily regulated combined world that you live in and everything. Is there anything you kinda sorta to proactively preemptively do before we get started on the cast. The kind of like with a little asterix asked risk. I'm sorry i'm so..

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"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim" Discussed on Health and Wealth Podcast with Carter & Tim

"Sleep in from all night long while you're sleeping you're fasting Wreck break fast. That's why it's called breakfast. You stop that natural detoxification process. And you don't wanna do that. You want to continue that. So what what is happening is when you replace it with liquid nourishment your body continues to detox and continues to push stuff out and clean up your body and clear dead cells very important in rest the digestive track right. The this is very very important. It's very powerful way so you all you're doing is skipping on giving but replacing breakfast you're not skipping it. You're not going to die. You're getting massive amounts of nutrients into the body in liquid form without all the burden of gestion so that in twenty minutes in your bloodstream. And into your cells. Now i know some of you listening. What about the fiber weenie fiber. You're absolutely right. We do need fiber. But we're not juicing get fiber or juicing to get nutrients into the body without the burden of digestion. We want to continue that fast. It's the cleanup in the nourishment. Basically enrichment to the cells so that you can your body will just turn around and start healing up and start losing way to start sleeping better and you'll you'll see deaker. Isn't it a kind of like a. There's like studies the longer that you fast. You can actually heal your body from certain diseases because your body is on having you know digest food so does so it's it's Helps so yeah yeah. It's actually match against you can do like a three day. Water fast in completely reset your immune system like think about registered. That's a really powerful concept. People thinking about water. I mean just thinking about replacing breakfast with liquid nourishment is scary to people. See you have to baby step your way. There is a clinic in california called true. North clinic Ran by doctor. Alan gold hammer and that guys in the sixties he looks really good great and amazing so all the people that i follow and stuff that i get my information from. They have personal success in their own life. They're walking talking living breathing examples of abundant health young longevity great skin and you can tell they they take care of their insights because it shows on the skin. If you like for the men and women out there listening if you wanna have beautiful skin and you need to have a beautiful gut. And that's that's gonna be the key. So fasting and is very powerful allows the body a chance to rest in the clean itself up and what you were saying. There is true because when you consume food it's a it's a digesting takes a tremendous amount of energy from the body if you're not spending all that energy to digest food all that energy and your immune system gets rerouted to Fear to your activities of daily living your energy levels your brain your mental clarity and to allow the body to completely clean itself up and get rid of all these dead cells and rejuvenate itself so fasting is very important but start with just replacing breakfast with liquid nourishment and then maybe after that down for a month or two of the. I'm going to do a one day juice faster. Maybe then you replace lunch to with liquid nourishment. You do that and have dinner. Then maybe down. The road replace all three of them with liquid nourishment. Wallah you just juice fasting for one day in your body's in love before then he can slowly big your step your way into maybe one day you do you know. I made it five days on water in that was like the fourth and fifth day. I was like but you know it was a it. Took me years to get to that point year. a so here's the deal. We can't tell them everything in one episode So what i'm gonna do in. We're going to go ahead winds down our. We're going to call this. Our christmas podcast episodes. It's bring obvious in the background on you guys for sure you got your christmas present air. We are coming up and The greatest president that we can have is our own help in our own will so that those are things that we try to strive for here on the health and wealth. podcast so i want to go ahead and take us out and say join us on the next podcast. Because we're going to give you more tips on your health and your wealth that you just can't get anywhere else So for tim. James my go host of chemical free body and his better have rebecca wolff my better half pristina wilcox. I'm carter wilcox Everybody have a very merry christmas. And thank you for joining us for our most recent held. Podcasts we'll see you next time in richer's thank you again. Hey enriches thanks for tuning into another episode of the health and wealth podcast. I'm your host card wilcox oxen. And i'm your host tim james and by god we are committed to helping you guys. Have fat wallet's flat bellies so tune in again for another episode and make sure to like share a lot of water more fear. You have just listened to the health and wealth. Podcast with carter in tim..

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"tim" Discussed on Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast

Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim" Discussed on Tim Andersen, The Appraiser's Advocate Podcast

"Everybody. Thanks for sitting down today to listen to this podcast with me. I'm Tim Anderson The appraisers advocate, and we call this when things you really don't want to say..

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"tim" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"tim" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Yes. Yes. Welcome into another addition to the Tim Kern show you wanna stadium. Yes. Yes. Welcome in to another edition of the Tim occurred in show on the inside of steel podcast at work from the home loan expert dot com studios. It's questions from the audience. Why did I go into that voice? That's a question for next week this week people have sent in questions to the Email. Tim mckernan had inside S T L dot com. And I just I didn't think we were going to have the studio Ville ability. So I wasn't I didn't even post on the TMA fan page, which now is over seven thousand members would to ask for questions until like three minutes ago. But yet questions are still coming in and less and today as I record this is the day the plow hawk has returned to the Ryan Kelly morning after Ryan Kelly our studio sponsor here on the program. The home loan expert dot com interest rates have dropped. So if you're looking to buy a home is so many people do at this time of the year or you want to refinance go to the home loan expert dot com. Ryan Kelly the. Studio sponsor of the Tim mckernan show. Just really a good guy. Like when I any time. I go into my spots. I talked about a good the people are who are involved with this thing. And it's I'm I'm really glad that they are because I have to endorse them. But I'm endorsing him because they are good people. Whether it be James Carlton, Marquette Ryan Kelly, Seth gold camp, designer heating and cooling. Johnny Llandough Chevrolet in the Llandough family. It's easy to do it. Because I really know these people I use their services, and I think highly of them. So I would say the exact same thing, of course, about the home loan expert dot com. So I figured there'd be questions about the plow hawks return, and that is one of the questions of the fan page. And if you like, okay, I'll get into it here as much as I I don't it's it's odd. Because I really don't know what to say there's always stuff as I always say that stays in the room. But you know, this question asked by gentleman by the name of Greg Jones. I know there probably isn't much you can say, but I'll ask anyway, any more details you could give on how the return of the plough for five came to happen. And that's in reference to the plow hawk the plow jet the plow boy, take your pick. You know, it's some point. 'cause I'm sitting here every every everything on questions from the audience is is just like us. It's constant let me digress. And that's essentially what it should be called me. Digress. And I'll see if I can get back on and Pete last week. I asked you to remember, do you? Remember what I asked you to remember? Yes. You want to know how the draftkings players. Yes. That could good. Okay. Good. So we're going to be we're going to be on that. But that was the one thing that I wanted to make sure regarding Q FTA this week, but regarding the plow hawk situation, and I was thinking to myself, I really do all. Always looking for something. I can't help myself at how many times have I said that since we started this podcast that I just I want to see like if somebody called me or texted me or emailed me and said, I wanna I'm interested in this. What do you think not that? I'm sitting here is like some venture capitalists. That's not what I'm saying though. You know, I I suppose I would be potentially interested in, but I want I just I can't help myself. I always want to be doing more. It's just my nature. It's not necessarily a good thing. But it is who I am in at this point. I just I guess I kind of have accepted, especially when you have a large amount of years in this is the way you feel. It's just it's just the way it is. And I kind of wish I was more like the plow Hawkin. I'd be focused on my PlayStation, NCWA, fourteen dynasties and could enjoy myself. It's not the way that I'm wired. So be it. I certainly do enjoy now spending time with my wife, and my son. And that's that's that's when I am like, it's like, I swear to you. It's like field of dreams. Some of these moments. I'm sure many parents can can relate to now with that. All said part of me is like because people said, it'd be great if you could write a book, and I'm like, yeah. It'd be great except like thirty people would care about it. You know? So it might not be the best use of my time at the same time. The stories might be so bad shit that people would outside of TMA listeners and outside of Saint Louis might actually read it. So maybe it maybe it is worth it at the very least I could memorialize and for some reason, my wife, and I couple nights ago, we're talking about some of the things, you know, at this point. There's eleven years of stuff, and I was saying this and that and then she goes. Yeah. But remember this. Oh my God. How can I forget that? Yeah. That that was brutal. And it's like, fortunately, I can remember them. Then it's weird. I know that I can remember dates years, and you know, where people were sitting in rooms when things happened and all of these things, but I guess I still could do it. Even though a lot of the stuff goes back a long time. And so, you know, file the plow hawk return is another chapter, I suppose to give to give you know, a loose outline of it without violating the code. You know, the the I actually I don't know if I do want to get into it. Because then it's like, I might violate the code the things that I can say from a position of confidence and not feel like, I'm, you know, saying something out of school so to speak. Is. At the plough hawk was going to. He was frustrated and was going to leave. I guess at this point it would be twenty two days ago started on Tuesday, probably like March, whatever the Tuesday would have been like March twenty fifth twenty six or something along those lines whatever that was because I know I returned to Saint Louis on Saturday March thirtieth so twenty nine twenty eight twenty seven so the twenty sixth and the plough Hawkin, I talk that afternoon, and I gave him, you know, you know, I said, listen, and I will say this to anybody in it's going to happen. And I always say this to if and when whoever it is of the six of us on TMA say I've got another opportunity I wanna take the opportunity, and I'm I'm going to move on. You know, I I'd like to think that without question. And it doesn't matter who it is. I'd be happy for the person, you

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And you're going to have to force something within a context of group like the entrepreneurs organs. Station where people are going there splits for that purpose to learn from one another to teach and so on. Otherwise, I would encourage you to reform the question in your head. So the question isn't how do I get a mentor of the question is how can I encourage people? I aspire to be like who are ten twenty thirty years. A head of me to respect me and want me to succeed. That's a better question. How do I get people say five ten twenty years ahead of me whose paths I might want to emulate? How do I get those people to respect me and want me to succeed? And if you do that that's a precursor to them, helping you in ways that resemble those of a mentor, but the word mentor is probably a word that will never come up even though in practice. That's what they will be doing for you does that make sense yet it does. And I think that it's one of those Tim Ferriss hidden gems. And I think that the exact answer was hoping for that type of. Answer. I was hoping for any too. Yeah. I think you answered it perfectly. And so it just a last question. Here's what do you think about the the handwritten follow up note, sometimes they say, you know, emails or better Tennessee handwritten, you know, thinking, even just, you know, asking these questions via, you know, handwritten letter or what have you do you have any thoughts on if one is better than the other? I don't think a handwritten letters necessary in a lot of people myself included do not want to give out their mailing addresses. Even if it's a PO box. So I would say it's it's unnecessary giving someone a handwritten note at an event is a different story, and I do recommend that. But you can listen to Z talk that I gave on that topic at south by south west and on the podcasts, which I mentioned earlier and that will get into details on that. All right. My man. I will leave you to it. Good luck. And nice chatting with you. Incur. You're a great day. All right. Bye. Steve this is Tim Ferriss calling good afternoon. Oh my gosh. How are you doing? I'm doing great. I'm doing fantastic. It's beautiful day..

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"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"tim" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Hello, boys and girls, this is Tim Ferriss. And welcome to other episode of the Tim Ferriss show. This episode is not going to be a long form interview where I distill and deconstruct world class performers. In fact, it is going to be nothing the sort it is a a episode, this is tea time with Tim or TIMMY or Timbo if you're for where I solicited phone numbers from all of you and called a handful of you to field any questions that you might have. And I've done these before they're always a lot of fun for me to do and among other topics covered in the various phone calls that you will hear in this episode how to find mentors. How do I think about finding mentors? How have I found mentors in the past discussions of meaning Victor Frankl? And so on how to get rid of anxiety or train into confidence. We talk about that as it. It's two handful things cocktails relationship advice, if we go all over the place, and I hope you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed recording it so without further ado here is teatime with Tim. Hello. Is this add one? Yes, it is that when the Tim Ferriss calling good afternoon. Eight Tim how you doing man? I can't believe this is real it's real I'm afraid. I have I have my senior me too. Okay. Me too. So let's jump right into it. How can I help any? I can't promise I can help try to answer. Whatever questions you might have. I appreciate that. So my question is about mentors. So what guidance? Do you have four finding a mentor to kind of help maybe gain a better understanding about an industry? And I think more importantly, how would you or would guiding you have for asking someone to be a mentor how to approach them? How do you kind of break that or make that initial contact? I can I can actually answer this one. So the the first rule of thumb is that I would highly advise against ever asking someone directly to be a mentor in using those words because the people you generally will want as a mentor, unless they're retired are probably quite busy and will hear mentor is unpaid part. Time or a fulltime job before ever. And therefore, you wanna approach it somewhat indirectly. And there are a few different ways to do that. There's also a resource I can recommend which is a book called the third door, which I think is very good job of exploring real life case studies of communication that works and communication that doesn't work when you're reaching out to people who are where you'd like to be or could be possible mentors even remotely by what they rights and so on. So I would suggest checking out that, you know, actually, I have it in my hand. I heard your interview with Alex benign on your podcast and men I have to say I on the fan at gun me some hard times. And that's why I initially came across his book, and I'm right around that chapter. A maybe like the sixty seventy pages in I just read the pride kind of goes into the intro. He kind of talk to you. And so I think that's where that question came from an I'm just. Perfect. Great. I just yes. So I'm just trying to break into this. And I'm trying to not repeat those mistakes that he highlights in. So lemme lemme lemme take stab at the saving you from some pitfalls. The way that I I connected with people who later became mentors in a sense when I landed in Silicon Valley in two thousand was through volunteering so I highly recommend volunteering and the reason for that is that many organizations, including entrepreneurial or entrepreneurship focused organizations that could be the the entrepreneurs organization could be young presidents organization. Why peo- it could be any number of others? There are many of them in Silicon Valley. I volunteered time. Which is the Indus entrepreneur. Even though I'm clearly not Indian and volunteered at Esa vase, which. At the time was the Silicon Valley associate association of startup entrepreneurs, and they given their location and given their focus were able to get media to attend to cover speakers, meaning to feature.

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"tim" Discussed on Tim Adkins Does Digital

Tim Adkins Does Digital

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tim" Discussed on Tim Adkins Does Digital

"Anchor. Anchor just got bought out by spotify, and there's some new changes coming there I think they're all going to be positive changes. That's pretty excited to see what's going to happen they're. Also, follow me on twitter. You can follow me there at Tim Atkins Online. That's all one word, and it's a big long word, but you can just break down Tim Atkins online and Hey. You know you can also support this podcast and help me stay online by the way helped me because I still haven't received a job yet. Like I said and we'll talk about that job interview. One of these times but you could support this podcast through the following link. It's anchor DOT FM. Slash Tim Atkins, one word slash support so anchor FM slash tim, Atkins slash support. If you want to go on there and you know, throw me a cup of coffee a month. Hey, that'd be great. Interviews are coming by the way I got some some headphones other cheap, but they're good and so interviews coming, so stay tuned for those and in the meantime I think I'm at the end of my notes at the end of my time so I'm going to wrap it up. Thanks for hanging out with me and sharing a little bit of your time with me. Sure appreciate it. What am I going to be back on? Heck? I don't know I mean I. I tried to do a schedule, and that didn't work so but now that I've got this down. It's going to be easy to do the next one, so I'll see you in a few days hopefully and. Keep it right here for more episodes. Thank you so much for hanging out with me. I'll talk to you..

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"tim" Discussed on Tim Adkins Does Digital

Tim Adkins Does Digital

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"tim" Discussed on Tim Adkins Does Digital

"Happy New Year. Everybody is twenty nineteen. I am Tim Atkinson. This is yes. I changed again. This is the new podcast. Is the Tim Atkins does digital podcast? Why did I change the name? Well, that's going to be the subject of my for Friday yes.

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