35 Burst results for "Three Things"

Google Search Console API as the New Table Stakes With Noah Learner

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

02:23 min | 3 d ago

Google Search Console API as the New Table Stakes With Noah Learner

"Talk about a google search consoles. Api you know. I think of what's on google. Search console is being directionally interesting. I understand if my sites being crawled. I can get a sense of what are the queries and position and rank. I never know what to do with half of this stuff. And just doesn't seem very actionable. And i always look at it. I'm like wow. This date is really powerful. Bo what do i do so talk to me about a how you're able to make it so performance and then be what are some of the takeaways you can glean from pulling data out of google search console. So how did we make it so performance so the first thing that we did was we knew we had to get the data up into big query or another database platform like it because that is a data source would be screaming fast and data studio so learning all the technology to get the data from an api into big query. Was kind of that sweet spot or the skull that was necessary in terms of what we actually learned from looking at all the data which is really the important part in. What how we make it. Actionable there's a couple care is that i think are really important. To focusing on the first is this concept of position bucking and that's where you can look at The query neural by position. And then we split up all the serbs into different segments whether it's page one positions one through ten or striking distance which depending on the type of agency that we're working with might be positions four through fifteen if the really all about getting stuff into the local pack or maybe in if there were mainly inorganic than its position six through fifteen so position but getting like crazy powerful. The next thing is this concept of striking distance which i just sort of alluded to is trying to find all the queries that are just on the edge of being super visible and being Look at them analyze them and then understand what we need to do by adding content in meaningful ways on page to drive results for those striking distance. The third thing that i think is really killer and something. I'm really proud of. Is this concept of multi-layered filtering. So you'll have your data and then have unp teen different ways to filter it really quickly so you can go from all of the data to actionable insights really

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Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

Eye On A.I.

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Seth Dobrin Talks About Trustworthy AI

"We're gonna talk about trustworthy a i. It's something that is increasingly in the news and concerns a lot of people. Ibm has a product called fact sheets. Three sixty that i understand is going to be integrated into products. Can you tell us what fact sheets three sixty is. And then we'll get into the science behind. Yes so let me start by laying out what we see is the critical components Trustworthy a at a high level Three things there's a ethics there's govern dated ai and then there's an open and diverse ecosystem an ai ethics is fully aligned with with our ethical principles that we've published with arbin dr ceo co leading the initiative out of the world economic forum. And i'm adviser for essentially open sourcing our perspective on a ethics from a govern data in ai perspective. It falls into five buckets. So i is. Transparency second is explain ability third is robustness. Fourth is privacy and fifth is fairness and so the goal of fact sheets is to span multiple of these components and to provide a level of explain ability. That is needed to drive adoption and ultimately for regulatory compliance. And you think of it as a nutritional label for ai where nutritional labels are designed to help us as consumers of prepackaged foods to understand what are the nutritional components of him. What's healthy for us. What's not healthy for us. Factually is designed to provide a similar level capability for a.

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Becoming Technology Forward and Data Reliant in Marketing with Roku's Sweta Patel

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

02:13 min | 5 d ago

Becoming Technology Forward and Data Reliant in Marketing with Roku's Sweta Patel

"How do you think about driving. Growth within marketing. And what do you feel like has changed over the years And the businesses that you've worked in can i. It's a really really complicated place to be right now to be a marketa it not only. Do you need the traditional side of marketing. But you really need to be technology forward and data the line. I think i think of them in three buckets like the way i look at these. Three levers are just kind of poke into a minute. And i looked at them in every job that i've had but it's just gotten much worse. Not only is is in enough growth to be had but you'll losing resource is having to just become more and more efficient and those three things i tend to focus on. Everything is moving so foster and humans can't keep up with it. I mean you need to be able to mock it and deliver personalized experiences at i. Cool at the speed over tick-tock swipe if you get to the consumer that quickly especially five years from now the relevance of you being around is just is just going to get northern and then with talking about like things like ticked off. The media. Landscape is so fragmented right. Keep her on instagram. In their own take talkin will watching. Tv they're watching multiple devices. And so you warm often channels than we've ever had before people are all over the place and they need to get to them quick us. So that's a challenge at roku the way we're trying to handle these things is we've really started to invest into a crm. And so all go. But before i got here we have channels. You know what they call multichannel marketing. We did that. Everyone's trying to do that and everyone's trying to do on me channel marketing but the way we're focusing about is really trying to now and get the power about platform out and one of my roles here at here. At roku is becoming hyper focused on really building tools automations so that the marches can actually be feeding the systems and and making the systems v. The brains of what we do is all this manual curation and execution that needs to happen.

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Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | Last week

Enjoying Life Through Our Inevitable Mortality With Journalist Suleika Jaouad

"We are as the buddhist master pama trojan has said. We are all programmed for denial. There's something about the human condition that doesn't quite let us take in our mortality. I- often compare it to like trying to get one of my cats to look in the mirror. You just do it. You know or trying to put two magnets together. They won't quite touch. And i don't you know i don't quite know why it is and there are lots of practices in buddhism and the catholic tradition memento mori. Were you carry around like a stone in your pocket and touch it to remind yourself you're going to die and so one can get better at this but it requires a lot of work. Have you now that you are out of that situation. We should talk about how that situation resolved your health your health trails but do you find yourself forgetting once in a while that Before death it's all life. Yeah i forget. All the time i have moments like this morning where i knew we were gonna have this conversation and having a bad hair day and i rushed took a shower and then i felt totally ridiculous because a couple years ago i had no hair and so to be worried about a bad hair day. Especially on a podcast. Is you know a level of absurdity. That i'm fully aware of but i also think that there's there's good reason for why we we can't have that heightened awareness of our mortality if we were all live every day as if it were last we'd go bankrupt and probably make terrible decisions in the world but likely implode and so. I've come to delight in those moments of forgetfulness Because they feel like a real marker of of progress in and healing from me the flip side of that is that you know when i wake up in the morning all often remind myself of when i was at my sickest and might energy was so limited that i could do about three things every day. I could answer an email. I could watch a movie. I could see a friend. But i really had only enough energy to do three things three simple things and now when i go into my day i use as a kind of song exercise for myself of if i could only do three things today. What are the things that would feel most important most rewarding most

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What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

01:59 min | Last week

What Makes a Rookie of the Year?

"I did some research looking into what really makes a rookie of the year and really three things really came stood out to me. One is opportunity right. You have to actually have minutes significant minutes in a significant role on your team. And if you look over the last couple of years for the rookie of the year race you're going to see that at twenty seven minutes a game seems to be the the threshold that we're looking at for players right now. Two thousand nineteen. It was twenty seven. Point eight doesn't eighteen was thirty minutes a game. And so the first thing that we're we're scouring is is this player going to get significant like starter minutes and a great role on their teams very difficult to crack rookie of the year. No matter how talented you are without those minutes the second key metric is really points per game so in two thousand eighteen. The top three scored. I think sixteen point three points per game two dozen nineteen top three vote-getters for rookie of the year had fifteen point. Three points a game. Twenty twenty was only thirteen points. A game But that was in part because thirty points a game was the third highest gray mark for any rookie about season. And so if you look at the past eight years the winner is was in the top three and usually the top two and scorn for rookies of the year. So not only. Is it going to be minutes but the opportunity to actually score the basketball and does the player have the ability to be a big time scored sort of the next thing that we're gonna look at at it also found that If you go back and sort of look at some of the work that kevin pelton is done at espn Fr- almost every season. The combined averages of points rebounds assists per game when you add those averages together. That's the player that's going to win the ward and then finally You know look when you're looking at rookie of the year. You're not actually talking about the player. That's gonna be the best player in five years if you go back and look at past winters. That's often just not the case. It's it's the player that's can have the most opportunity. I'm to really hit those metrics of scoring Minutes per game and then the sort of combined stats together. That's going to win work the year. And so that's going to change to me. The draft order a little bit about who we're going to handicap again for rookie of the

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Foods That Cause Kidney Stones With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

01:23 min | Last week

Foods That Cause Kidney Stones With Dr. Neal Barnard

"What foods are likely to cause kidney stones on their three things that i would like to. Maybe focus on the first is animal protein. Many many studies have indicted animal based diet in kidney stones. And in this case they're not looking at the cholesterol in the animal fat. They're looking at the protein in it. So which foods are protein in meat dairy products including cheese eggs. Getting away from animal. Protein seems to help so animal. Protein suspect number one number two high sodium foods. That's kind of surprised. We think of sodium as being related to blood pressure and it is but it also affects calcium balance in the kidney and high sodium diet can cause Kelsey related stones' number three calcium itself in this case. It's not the calcium broccoli Calcium that's integrated into a food seems not to be the problem. The problem is calcium supplements. Take a calcium pill. It's associated with kidney stones. Now good news if you take the pill with it is not associated with kidney stones if you take a calcium supplement on an empty stomach. That's when that huge load of calcium comes in not buffered by anything else and those are the ones that are associated kidney stones

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How to Choose the Right Cabin on Your Cruise

Essential Cruise Tips

01:55 min | Last week

How to Choose the Right Cabin on Your Cruise

"So the first thing that smart cruises do once they've decided what itinerary they want and what ship they want is think about the cabinet and choosing the cabin. Why is that really important. A lot of people say cabins are not important as just some way to get changed and sleep however. Let me tell you if you get a cabin. That doesn't suit you it will ruin your crews. I have thousands of people. Contact me around this issue. So what do smart cruises. What did i do for this particular cruise. Well first of all. I never ever take a guaranteed fat guaranteed. Fair is where you choose which kevin great you want about caen. Ocean view sweet. Whatever it is and you let the cruise line choose the kevin full you. I will always take the choose. Your own kevin option. Now it's not always necessarily more expensive. So that's the first thing. I do get control of choosing a cabin secondly i would always choose a cabin where i'm surrounded on all sides by the cabin above me below me either side of me and i did opposite me. I'll make sure there's a cabinet then kind of provides a buffer of from any noisy venues that may disrupt you can potentially protect you from high traffic areas or whatever that is really really important. The third thing i then do is make sure that i'm having a with no interconnecting door to the next room. Unless of course i need one because i'm traveling with someone that against really important because noise and disruptions can seep through and become pretty disruptive particularly people next to you have different scheduled to you. The first thing i do. Is i choose a cabin in the center of the ship so middle of the ship and that's really important because first of all it means that you equidistance for more of the key venues and activities so the restaurants might be at the back of the ship or you might find the frontal ships theater so you kind of middle wise. Also it's really important because it's where you're going to have the least amount of movement so that's also good worried about being seasick.

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Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event

Another Mother Runner

02:20 min | Last week

Steps to Avoid Injury When You Aren't Training for an Event

"So i to quote just love to run and not training for anything and we have similar mileage. Although my weekday runs about six miles in weekday want weekend ones or eight to ten. So the three things that i credit to keeping my injuries at bay is foam. Roll nearly every morning. I do dynamic drills post. Run that i kind of probably talk about far too much on this show and i strength train them two hours a week. I string train Twice a week for an hour so Yeah those are. That's what i do with that kind of mainframe of running to keep me. you know. Not limping down the stairs and away from any. Pt's so what are what are your thoughts. Do i mean. I think that's really smart right. I think foam rolling is awesome. Staying strong is the second stool second leg on that stool and and the third one is. You know making sure that you're properly warmed up and cooled down at the beginning of a run. So i think you've got it there. Sarah i mean i don't know if she has niggles like i would say that might just be her body just talking to her a little bit and i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that she needs to go faster. I mean we can talk about that in a second. But i mean other things that she can do to switch it up. That might that without going faster. Are things like maybe going on a trail. Run every once in a while. That would change up the muscles that you use and you know slightly call in more your stabilizing muscles which might actually just put those nichols away. She can cross train a little bit. I mean i know she likes to run a lot and i understand that but making sure that she you know she does get something that feels like. She shouldn't push maybe get on a bike or get in the pool or the elliptical. Something like that for a little break. Yeah i do have to say that the years all blend together. But they're definitely time where. I was running six days a week just because i liked it so much. Yeah yeah and that was when i would kind of limp. When i walked downstairs sometimes people who would see me. You know like walk up to them so that they can kind of see me coming. They'd be like oh something wrong. Why are you limping. And i'm like You think i'm

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Managing Transitions in Tough Negotiations With Jamie Lieberman

Negotiate Anything

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Managing Transitions in Tough Negotiations With Jamie Lieberman

"With hostile negotiators those tough negotiators I sell us on this. Why is this so important to know. I love that. I'm always you always have me on to talk about the difficult people. I just wanna laugh about that. I think it's really important to talk about because when you come across a difficult negotiator. It's really a lot. It's like alarming. You know we have. I think often not just an emotional reaction but almost like a physical reaction when someone becomes really high style and someone becomes very difficult. it becomes personal So learning how to prep for that and how to handle that and have maintained a level of calm. I think is one of the most critical but most difficult skills. Negotiator can have exactly no. I agree i agree. And i think we've all fallen victim to bully here and there and it's almost overwhelming and so i'm excited to get into this because a number of listeners have expressed interest in learning about this and so That's what we brought in expert. So the the three things. We're going to talk about today. I how to build rapport in these tough negotiations and second. How to gather and use information strategically for these particular types of negotiations and then lastly how to change the game from hostile to collaborative and now when we talk about building rapport jamie. This is interesting. Because hey aren't these jerks. We don't want to build rapport with them. They don't want to be nice. So can you tell us a bit more about rapport building in these tough negotiations. This is really about being the better person we have to step back and remember particularly and business negotiations that the business and so the minute. We stopped taking. Somebody's bullying as personal. It's a lot easier to try to bridge that

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Media Narrative Is Going to Switch, Ignoring Three Biden Failures

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Media Narrative Is Going to Switch, Ignoring Three Biden Failures

"To take in hostage Okay, it's gonna turn into three things. Number one. They're going to start to highlight the most successful airlift ever. They're not going to mention that that airlift involved a lot of other foreign countries as well. They're going to take credit for that. They're not going to mention why the airlift was needed by the way either number two Going to start taking credit again for the work of some other nations. Yes, we secured it and our military deserves credit for securing the airport, But there were a number of foreign countries. Who took who played a role in that had aircraft there and got people out. Joe Biden is adding. We'll talk to cash Patel about this A little later. Joe Joe Biden is taking credit for all of the foreign governments got their people out to So you're going to see the airlift, taking credit for other countries and number three You're going to see the media now start to transition from Joe Biden's catastrophe to while the military did a great job at the base and in the evacuation, which they did. Our military should always be law to be lost 13 heroes over there. And we have been the ones trying to defend them from Joe Biden's catastrophic decision making. But the narrative from the media doesn't give a damn about our military a

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Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

Another Mother Runner

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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How to Create Great Thought Leadership with Andrew Rogerson

Marketing for Consultants

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Create Great Thought Leadership with Andrew Rogerson

"Andrew. Thank you so much for being with us here today. So the first thing i want to ask you about is a Leadership and some people have a really negative reaction to that term. Some people love the the concept of taught leadership they see it as a as a kind of something to be respected on admired. And this kind of it. Somewhere in the middle. I think is where it's really atkin. You talk to us a little bit of bike. What leadership means to you and how you go about creating leadership should to be honest with we could probably spend the next hour talking about definition Leadership whether thought leadership is content marketing or own fits in our view thought leadership is three things it's authoritative it is original and it's insightful. Say it needs to carry song authority. And typically that as evidence led so it needs to be backed by by research of on it needs to be original so it needs to add something to the composition rather than just the noise and it needs to be insightful. I e your clients need to be able to do something with the information that you've given if those three things that then i think we can safely call thought leadership. If it doesn't much doesn't let's visit that. then. I don't think you can okay so so insightful. And able to do so the senior Is what you're saying there. Is it to actually be actionable. Yeah absolutely if you to look at one of the magic changes of thought leadership over the last five ten years five to ten years ago we were much more interested in so leadership around brand awareness and in the very beginning of the funnel. Neither is moving much more towards the middle of the funnel and helping clients solve problems. So decisions undo something useful to absolutely.

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Three Challenges to Delivering Caring, Upfront Patient Experiences

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Three Challenges to Delivering Caring, Upfront Patient Experiences

"As patients, when we're calling into a health system, we are concerned about our health or we are hurting and we are in need of care. We're calling an organization whose mission it is to deliver that care that we need with empathy. Yet, for health systems, there's still a real challenge in delivering an upfront patient experience that aligns with their mission of care. And I want to touch on three things, three of those challenges. And the first is just call volume. You know, our healthcare providers are large organizations with many patients and partners that they have to manage. And despite significant health system investments and on the channel communications, used to the voice channel is still the predominant way that people start their engagement. There can be hundreds of thousands of calls annually received by a hospital at their main number, not to mention all the other service lines that they have. But then there's the complexity. We know that there are many clinics and departments and specialties that make up a health system. And understanding where to call can be a challenging task. And then you think about those that are on the other end, the operators and agents that have to service those calls. And having to manage all the variation that each specialty has and with their unique processes and the specialized knowledge, that can be a daunting task for them as well. And then that brings us to the third, which is cost, because while you might be able to enable a better experience by just putting more people on the task, employing enough people to deliver the service level that you really want to have, that can be cost prohibited. And then if you have budget to improve staffing, doing the recruiting that you need to make sure that you're putting the right talent in place and then holding that talent in place and finding against the employee turnover. That can still be a challenge.

Napping (MM #3808)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Napping (MM #3808)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years, experts have been telling us the best way to boost our productivity is by taking brief catnaps. Even during the work day. Of course that's not realistic for most people and I'll be honest with you, I can't take a nap that quickly takes me 1520 minutes just to calm down enough to be able to sleep, and then what are you sleeping for? Ten, 15, 20 minutes, or research now says, even if you can't get a 5 minute nap each day, there are three things you could do choose any one of them to help improve your concentration, help lessen your stress and help make you feel a whole lot better. Number one just simply close your eyes. Close your eyes for 5 minutes and just let go, try to de stress yourself. You can just start off in space and daydream for 5 minutes again, set a timer, but just look off into space and stop focusing on what you're doing now and all the problems of the world and just dream a little bit. And then three if all those don't work, you can always just sit there and focus on your breathing because 5 minutes to help loosen my stress on a daily basis couldn't be a bad thing.

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Napping (MM #3808)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Napping (MM #3808)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years, experts have been telling us the best way to boost our productivity is by taking brief catnaps. Even during the work day. Of course that's not realistic for most people and I'll be honest with you, I can't take a nap that quickly takes me 1520 minutes just to calm down enough to be able to sleep, and then what are you sleeping for? Ten, 15, 20 minutes, or research now says, even if you can't get a 5 minute nap each day, there are three things you could do choose any one of them to help improve your concentration, help lessen your stress and help make you feel a whole lot better. Number one just simply close your eyes. Close your eyes for 5 minutes and just let go, try to de stress yourself. You can just start off in space and daydream for 5 minutes again, set a timer, but just look off into space and stop focusing on what you're doing now and all the problems of the world and just dream a little bit. And then three if all those don't work, you can always just sit there and focus on your breathing because 5 minutes to help loosen my stress on a daily basis couldn't be a bad thing.

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Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Why We Must Reject the Fallacy of Victimhood

"You know there's a chapter in my book on happiness. My book on happiness is titled. Happiness is a serious problem there. A chapter in the book about believing your victim and how that makes it impossible to be happy. That's right you cannot be happy to the extent that you consider yourself a victim. I taught my children their victims of three things. They're all laziness and their own port city of making that. That's how i was raised. That's exactly how i was raised. There is no human on earth who cannot conjure up reasons to believe he or she is a victim. No one because everybody is a victim in some way. No one had a perfect upbringing. No one has a perfect nature. Everyone has to battle something some aspect of the way they were raised some tragedy that happened in their lives. Some built in problem with some built in health problem some built in weight problem. Some built in looks problem. No one escapes tragedy. It that human doesn't exist so the question in life is. Do you see yourself as a victim. And every non white non male in this country is told that they are victims of white males in particular white christian males in particular white christian. Hetero normative sis gender males the empty truly empty human beings that got. Phd's the nothing's the people devoid of any depth the unhappy empty souls that teach your children at forty fifty thousand dollars a year and that includes most high school. Teachers now

RIP to America's Prestige

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | Last month

RIP to America's Prestige

"Walter. Russell made in the wall. Street journal begins his column. You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose this honor and you will have war. Winston churchill's words to neville chamberlain following the munich agreement echo grimly across washington. This week as the by administration reckons with the consequences of the worst handled foreign policy crisis since the bay of pigs and the most devastating blow to american prestige. Since the fall of saigon american prestige is very important not for ego reasons but because american prestige is the guardian of liberty in the world. Joe biden believe three things about afghanistan. I that he could stage dignified an orderly withdrawal from america's longest war. By the way you know we had. I believe twenty five hundred soldiers. We had no no not one soldier died then one american military person this past year. What what was the necessity of leaving. Everything that is happening is was completely predicted predictable. I predicted it. That's in print. And i'm i'm not a prophet. I'm just not a leftist

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Turn Your Poker Weak Points Into Strong Points

Smart Poker Study Podcast

02:44 min | Last month

Turn Your Poker Weak Points Into Strong Points

"Here are the three things that you must do. And this is what. I learned from arnold. You must do these three things to turn weak points into strong points in all dive into each one but let me give you all three right now. Number one is do not hide from your weak points. Number two is to focus on your weak points and number three is to use the priority principle. Let's get into each of those. So i do not hide from your weak points. You have to realize that you have some poker weak points everyone does. I've got plenty of. Let me tell you you are going to become a stronger player by facing your weaknesses and working to overcome them. Hiding from your weaknesses will not help you become the player that you want to be. I guarantee i recently wrote an article on card player. Lifestyle dot com and the articles called know your areas of weakness and you can find a link to it in the show notes page now in the article. I discussed two ways to learn about your weaknesses. One is to spot those situations where you're just unsure or uncomfortable obvious weakness there right and the second is to use a program like poker tracker four review your stats your win rate's on a regular basis and those are going to tell you where you need to work on your game right but other than those two things another way to find your weaknesses is to listen to your poker friends right. We started this episode talking about a friends. Don't let friends skip leg day. Well if you have poker franson they pay attention to your game and if they say something to you about your weaknesses you gotta listen up take note on it and follow up on it see if it really is a weakness and if so bam worked to turn it into a strong point so to borrow that line from earlier right poker friends. Don't let friends skip study sessions. They don't let friends limp into pots. That's a big thing. They don't let their friends call more often than raise pre flop. They don't let their friends call three bets with crappy hands also poker friends. Don't let friends defend their blinds just because it suited and poker friends. Don't let friends call on the river when they know they're beat so maybe you don't have any poker friends who can point out your weaknesses. Well if you read a poker article. Listen to a podcast. Watch a video and it discusses strategies and you just can't wrap your mind around it bam probably a weak point of yours the fact that you cannot understand these strategies this person is talking about. You need a dive in a little bit further into it right. Lastly listen to your coach. I'm your coach right now. I just told you to stop limping. Why do you keep limping. You gotta frigging. Listen to your coach. If they're telling you to do something do it.

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"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Decked out for summer. Now none okay. I'm going to have to keep moving forward. I want to encourage you to redefine some things so the other day we were talking about hispanic. We're talking about pleasure and one of the things because when you when you think of just pleasure you think of what feels good of course but I i want to redefine something after my divorce. One of the ways that connected to myself was asked myself What made me feel most alive. I'm not a big fan of the word happy but but alive like because in my twenties in half my thirties. I was dead inside. You know and so. I was like what what makes me feel alive and i thought about the eighties in break dancing and all that But i also thought about writing in how i after a pursuing in my twenties screenwriting career in stamping myself. As a failure. At that that i've Locked that part of me away. In so i thought what would it look like to start writing again. And that's when i started a blog called angry therapist on tumbler and so for me even though You can file that as work or you're sitting at the computer you know is bleeding staring at a white screen working for me. It was Don ick it shot dopamine into my brain now not necessarily today but when i first started dancing with it again you know it's almost like when you meet someone Again after a. Let's let's say you had this amazing summer camp of whether it's a crusher just friends but you had this amazing connection with someone they go away you miss this person and then you meet them again in when you meet them in that beginning. There's a not only a reunion but also connection right connection to the other person but also yourself that connection i think can be pleasure can be nectar. Can be dynamic can shoot Dopamine into your brain so..

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"Obviously is not sustainable. But at the same time there needs to be pleasure in your life. You know and i think a lot of people who put a lot of weight on achievement don't give themselves pleasure or people who put a lot of way to on achievement also are not present because they are constantly trying to move ahead. Build something you know. I have this this This hummingbird online on my bicep as a reminder to to what i call seek connector and all my tattoos are a reminder to myself or some kind of bookmark and i have to remind myself to seek neck there so you have to decide what that looks like. Twelve donuts may not be nectar. That may be hiding or numbing or coping but maybe one donuts is nectar right in also what i love about. This is If you struggle with giving yourself things right under the umbrella of self care self love than this is a really important practice. You know a lot of people who are really good at taking care of others struggle with giving themselves a vacation or asking for a higher pay or you know buying themselves. I don't know a new toy or clothes or whatever you know so. Think about these things in your life. Think about how much of your life is achievement focusing on achieving and building in growing. And all that. How much of it is Contentment focused on being present. Creating distance between you and your cognitive distortions and all the thoughts right and then how much of your day is dominic iq a pleasure You know good food in things that make you happy end Whether it is a food or exercise or conversations or whatever it is Giving yourself that shot of pleasure as well so i wanna do something i want to open this up and again if you create a dialogue with me you will be on my podcast in this episode. So you could stay anonymous Unless you're nervous about your voice and people recognize your voice if so you could also change your voice if you want. I want to open it up. And i want to ask you guys in the quote unquote audience. What is this look like for your for you like how. How is this laid out in your life and so if you just raise your raise your hand your yellow hand and if you don't want to just be a flat wall then that's okay too. There's no pressure i do. Try to get people to engage just because you know what's the point of doing this live i think many people can relate to Our stories and this is something where i think it'll be helpful if we hear or or yeah here like a snapshot of other people's Life in in how these these three things are laid out or not laid out right. what what what. What what what people struggle with. So any takers. Any hands so summer is finally here. We just built a little above ground pool and of course with summer comes apparel. I wanna tell you about ferte. It's a family fun. Brand making high quality timeless close with modern design and functionality..

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"In numbers into a pager and then turn the pager upside down and it would say something would say words like hello or something and we would just be blown away from that technology that cleverness about that the other day and how far we've come with technology and i think because there's been strange things happening like a lot of Ufo sightings in because of you know phone cameras and the internet nothing could be hidden anymore and so there's a lot of stuff happening in all over the world that's been captured. I don't know how much of it is real. I don't know how much of it is is false. Because there's also a amazing tricks that you could do with a cameras in apps and things but it it's it's it's crazy the because what i see is a hockey stick as far as information technology What is possible what we don't know. I feel like in the eighties. Little things like pagers and typing numbers. In where you can say hello and stuff on the pager like i feel like from bad to where we are now has been like. It's a different life. And i predict in the near future. Something is going to happen. I think in our world where it's gonna blow our mind. And i don't know what that is i'm not saying you know A maybe aliens extraterrestrial may be a black holes. It may be. I don't know finding a life on mars or may be like Time travel stuff. I don't know. But i believe i could just feel it brewing. This might also be because i've been meeting with Quote unquote clients for a secret. Tv show and it just people who believe in something different and so may be part of this is my conversations with these people that have opened up my mind bit anyway. Today's episode we're gonna talk about the three things that contribute to or that will help your flourishing sustainable and this is i believe under the umbrella of positive psychology in its from kate.

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"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"In numbers into a pager and then turn the pager upside down and it would say something would say words like hello or something and we would just be blown away from that technology that cleverness about that the other day and how far we've come with technology and i think because there's been strange things happening like a lot of Ufo sightings in because of you know phone cameras and the internet nothing could be hidden anymore and so there's a lot of stuff happening in all over the world that's been captured. I don't know how much of it is real. I don't know how much of it is is false. Because there's also a amazing tricks that you could do with a cameras in apps and things but it it's it's it's crazy the because what i see is a hockey stick as far as information technology What is possible what we don't know. I feel like in the eighties. Little things like pagers and typing numbers. In where you can say hello and stuff on the pager like i feel like from bad to where we are now has been like. It's a different life. And i predict in the near future. Something is going to happen. I think in our world where it's gonna blow our mind. And i don't know what that is i'm not saying you know A maybe aliens extraterrestrial may be a black holes. It may be. I don't know finding a life on mars or may be like Time travel stuff. I don't know. But i believe i could just feel it brewing. This might also be because i've been meeting with Quote unquote clients for a secret. Tv show and it just people who believe in something different and so may be part of this is my conversations with these people that have opened up my mind bit anyway. Today's episode we're gonna talk about the three things that contribute to or that will help your flourishing sustainable and this is i believe under the umbrella of positive psychology in its from kate.

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

"In numbers into a pager and then turn the pager upside down and it would say something would say words like hello or something and we would just be blown away from that technology that cleverness about that the other day and how far we've come with technology and i think because there's been strange things happening like a lot of Ufo sightings in because of you know phone cameras and the internet nothing could be hidden anymore and so there's a lot of stuff happening in all over the world that's been captured. I don't know how much of it is real. I don't know how much of it is is false. Because there's also a amazing tricks that you could do with a cameras in apps and things but it it's it's it's crazy the because what i see is a hockey stick as far as information technology What is possible what we don't know. I feel like in the eighties. Little things like pagers and typing numbers. In where you can say hello and stuff on the pager like i feel like from bad to where we are now has been like. It's a different life. And i predict in the near future. Something is going to happen. I think in our world where it's gonna blow our mind. And i don't know what that is i'm not saying you know A maybe aliens extraterrestrial may be a black holes. It may be. I don't know finding a life on mars or may be like Time travel stuff. I don't know. But i believe i could just feel it brewing. This might also be because i've been meeting with Quote unquote clients for a secret. Tv show and it just people who believe in something different and so may be part of this is my conversations with these people that have opened up my mind bit anyway. Today's episode we're gonna talk about the three things that contribute to or that will help your flourishing sustainable and this is i believe under the umbrella of positive psychology in its from kate.

"three things" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:50 min | 11 months ago

"three things" Discussed on The NBA Show

"And in terms of the skills, he brings with perimeter interior, finishing, lobbed, finishing and versatility on defense. If you're a team that's a by the way if you're a Pistons Fan, I would be very worried about losing Christian would I'd be worried because what has received interests You know at least in my conversations saying, Hey, what do you think about the sky? What do you think about Christian would is this for real what we saw I've had a handful of those conversations with some executives recently. People people look at him and they don't WanNa get screwed after a small sample size of him shining after you know they treated drum and he excelled to finish the year but it was a whole year thing he was great. If you look at as per thirty six numbers pre German trade if not far off in terms of what he did. After when he was actually given the opportunity and with Christian would if you're him, you're looking at the troy and you're like, oh, they had me behind drumming and girfriend what happens with Blake comes back. So I WANNA go back to a retooling rebuilding situation when there could be good teams offering similar money for a chance to win and produce and play. If, I'm a Pistons Fan I'd be worried because Christian would is getting talked about a lot and league circles and to me like just my own opinion that's the guy I would be targeting while I would be targeting Christian would because he shoots any can finish any can switch like what what do you want? You know what's crazy I went to his draft workout. And he was one of those guys that was long athletic. Tall and you sat there and you go key just. I it. It looks the part and the kid just he it's not there. He can't play and he couldn't like. That's not. That's not like I was watching him and he was good and you didn't see it like Dat kid put his nose to the ground and just decided I am going to work my ass off to fulfil my destiny because he had all of this stuff it was just so raw. He just didn't know how to play and he didn't have the the the requisite skills and I don't know where his trek completely took him. But I mean that's gotta be what six seven years ago I don't know what draft he was. The Twenty fifteen drafts so like goodison would was just about to turn twenty entering his rookie after two years at UNLV and I heard, he has bad workouts like some. This is this is one of the worst workouts I've ever seen type of workers and it's type of thing where the frustration with him was always always about like can he actually play and fulfil the fact that he's six foot eleven with long wingspan and can handle the ball and quick and agile? It was always that. Rushing watching sorry to interrupt do you remember the kid from Baylor Jerry Jones? Yes similar like that can go down the Perez Jones Lane I load Johnson the I look like you could look back at Perry Jones and you go damn man if he ever puts this together. Yeah he could be he could be a hell of a player and he never did. He never been Christian would is the exact opposite. He put it on. Absolutely he did and by the way I mean it he's only twenty five and what he showed to me is somebody who's maybe about the hit his prime I mean. The fact he he's approved a shot. He's improved as decision making he's improved on defense. It's all coming together. There's some maturity that was always a question teams have how mature is he am? I understand teams, hesitations, but to me if I'm good team with championship aspirations, you bring a guy like that into that culture I would think it only elevates that player father. I'm looking through it. I mean you got some guys on the older side surge Ibaka as a free agent Aaron Baynes. whiteside like these guys are free agents but Marcus Morris but you know when you were talking about what do the big get? Geez man I mean there there's not a ton. There's a ton of that range though Kevin. It's like Aaron Baynes Derrick favors Paul millsap marcus more is. Wise like all those kind of guys that are all kind of thirty plus. You know how much did we pay him to run for a couple of years or a year What kind of value does a surge of Baka or a Tristan Thompson have and does that has that value gone up and then likewise what does that mean for the perimeter guys because our people spend a fortune on? Bogged Down Bogdanovich spending a fortune on me. Beasley you know especially not if they're going to draft Anthony Edwards number one, you know right like Beasley doesn't get his money. What we might see a little bit of is signing trades interesting with let's let's take Galadari for Oklahoma City as an example but this could be true for Bogdanovich with the Kings or anybody with Gallon Ari they had trade offers for him. You know Miami was after Gallon Ari before the February, deadline, but they opted to wait because they wanted to play out the season with. The drama that had, but also 'cause you enter Free Agency with twenty nine other teams that may or may not want Gallinari that could sign and trade for him. Okay. See can simply sign Andrey Gallinari to anybody even if a team doesn't have enough cap space because then they could just send a player back with assets for him and so that opens up more options with Bogdanovich. You know he's younger player would probably receive bore interest from a wide range of teams. They don't need cap space to get Bogdanovich could always be a sign and trade. Bacha I. Got You Know He's only thirty one This crazy.

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"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Great. Does that make sense? pull it does. So does it start at obviously like all the bs in our adult life starts when more children right so it's probably starting. Can't mostly desk and I think you know the origin of that could certainly be sometimes parents on. Well I think I'm purpose they focus on if you get the a that's the important thing and when really what parents do I think a lot of parents realized this you don't focus on the grade you focus on the effort you focus on wow. You really worked hard on that and so what happens is instead of the the grade been thing because she if I don't get a well, then I might get enough because you know my parents aren't going to like it anyway. and. So if but if what's getting praised is you really worked hard on that. Then what I'm GonNa do is I'm going to work on things and you know sometimes like sometimes I might get a say but we learning to work hard. So then when you go to college, you write the paper. And do you see how it all plays? Total Procrastination I think the another one is what you mentioned and I remember this. Email from the listener she actually realized. She said, well, I see all the red flags in the relationships but I still. Go ahead and take those relationships and I. Think there are a couple of reasons that we choose. We consist. There's some people consistently choose the wrong people to be with and I think one of them I think Jessica mentioned this back then sit you feel like you don't deserve the to have a healthy relationship. I think that's one thing. So you self sabotage by choosing the wrong person I, think another possibility is that. You have this fear of intimacy and I, see this all the time. So relationships going really well, and and the couples are emotionally intimate. No good couldn't. That's when. One of them is going to self sabotage because they're so uncomfortable with that. In intense level of emotional intimacy that they have to break away from it and again I think that's A. Family of origin issue. So the third one that I thought about with negative self-talk. I think you know there are a lot of people have negative self talk I think that's just a way to self sabotage because. You're all you know you're always putting yourself down I can't do this I can't do that, and that I think definitely comes from family of origin often at our parents who again I think they think they're helping in some way, but they're always giving that negative self-talk. Lee. Learn to internalize it. So can you give us an example like kind of the flip side of that so you know me being a new parent just as a parent like how like what not to say were you think you're helping your child? or You of course I. would think that most parents want it. You know it's coming from a good place. So would is where we're I don't WANNA set him up to have you know where he self-sabotaging later on down the line right and one of the ways to think about is I think it's so what well one thing our brain is really focus on the negative. and there's a reason for that. It's. So it's the way we survive right over over the thousands of years. If you're if you're focusing on the negative than you pay attention to what might go wrong but in parenting, it's pretty clear that you should focus on the positive. The positive reinforcement is. Growing are much better for the child that negative and often you'll hear parents that that what they do say oh don't do that. Do that. You're doing that wrong and we know very clearly that it's really all about Oh. You did that well or look how well you you know did that thing and so But. It takes focus and I do this with couples all the time and relationships. It's really easy to focus on the negative I started every single session by saying, okay. Tell me the positive that happened in the last week because we have to train ourselves. To. We. Put our attention onto the positive things that happen. Otherwise it's just too easy to look at the negative and I think that's what happens in parenting. Okay and then how What about the people? You have anything to say for people that are going through day to day life and don't even realize that they're self sabotaging. You know what I mean yeah. Yeah. I think. Did you think that people aren't able to do realize that they're making the state like for instance, the woman wrote about the take choosing relationships you know and she knew there were red flags right? She did it anyway and so she she may not verbalize it is I'm self sabotaging this. You know she's making a mistake and so I think that certainly. Having in the therapeutic process, it's helpful because you have someone else who's you know helping point out the patterns it's all about patterns but I think you can do this on your own if you're aware but you have to make the patterns explicit and what I mean by that is sit down and write them down. So if you're if you're always procrastinating. Fate doing projects are. Or. Studying. Protests. Then you. You know put down what the context in which you're procrastinating or this this listener who? ignored. Red Flags. Does she really wanted to change that and if she does then write it down though the first step is to make it explicit the patterns and behavior. The second step would then be to create or come up with alternative healthier patterns of behavior. So you provide a contrast to here's what I'm doing. Here's what would the help here for me long-term. Okay I think that's the way to do now and the therapeutic process often. That's what you're doing. Any books that you can think of off the top of your head that are good for this as I did. For the relationship one, I mentioned this one before it's called keeping the love you find by Harvey Hendrick. Okay. Does. A really good job of helping you point out what? What are the red flags or the patterns And choosing relationships. and. So that's a really good one for You know changing the way you're doing relationships and not picking parks I'd have to think about the others. as far as because nation I think comes to mind. But if I think about it, I'll.

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"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"The comparison of when you had the say that's what it is. Exactly. What's a takeoff? Yeah. Had the era when I was little I had an arrow that went through my because I love Steve Martin. So the for I'll never forget the first time that I saw him. I was just like. Who is this guy I was probably let's see here. I was four. Axles Age when I saw him and then just became. Enthralled with him everything that he did and especially because it was at that, it was his standup. So. I still think he's some of his I've got some of his comedy albums not the originals that I had when I was younger. So I kinda had to repurchase those. You know, but he's one of the nearest obscure and so he studied philosophy in in college. But he's done everything man he's a playwright and author you know he's a comedian he was selling out. Stadiums in the late seventies sixty, seventy, thousand people. Kind of unheard of these amazing dude he is. Your has many like your sense of humor and just the the silver his white now but a silver before it turned wide and just I don't know I think you're yeah. It's cute how you have liked him since you're getting, you've kind of morphed into a little mini part of 'em will and I have so much respect for him for for what he's done and how he's done it and just how private is you know he's a private guy. Yeah he's. He's got speaking of son. He's got a little boy and I don't know what I think is boy is probably what six or seven now something. Right, it has to be or maybe eight or nine because I mean Axel just turned four. Yeah. Let's see. He sixty seven and wife is forty one don't really know anything about. Those the girl I was thinking. I thought it was a boy seven. So the boy or the girl is seven that was yeah because it was back in. Okay. Thirty go crazy right and you just don't know any and I respect that we forgot about him to a first time dad at sixty seven Oh man that's cool and then I wonder. So they broke up they were together all during the quarantine. Is this the bachelor new Bachelor Chris from Iowa and then Victoria Toria was a who season what she on again and she was recent nobody liked her she was like of like trashy. Trashing. It was pilot Oh. Yeah. Thank you. So she was top three and she'd always pick fights with 'em. She's she's the queen of self sabotage and it's got to be her background but that's just how she rolls can't be calm. It has to be a storm. You know we know people like this that everything has to always be an issue. So yeah, that's her but they ended up just breaking up I think probably within the past month but she did she quarantined with Chris in Iowa in he lives in the middle of nowhere so much price you did that because she's so drama that poor guy he seems like a nice guy. So they're together or Parnell they're done. Together. For most of this year because she would. Post pictures do do stories and people like is that Chris has house you know Bachelor nation that knows these bachelors and bachelorettes inside out in their places and what they pose, and that's weird. That's that's I know it's creepy totally creepy. But yeah. So she posted that and then what else do we have a lot of good oh, we talk about those early Carol by asking is going to be. On tonight you're GonNa Make Kitty debut tonight she is she making her kitty debut and it's going to be on I. Think Seven Nine on ABC and Tyra banks is the new host. SANSA whether stars everybody's excited about that. There's a lot of good stuff up here. There's a ton of stuff. This Denise Richards. So we talked about that last week that she's out she's done after two seasons of housewives. For Beverly General, dynamics information technology combines the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems for a new era of space missions digital modernization networks, cyber shared services, and artificial intelligence GD it propelling the art of the possible visit Gdi t dot com slash space. Santo tell not the same thing as saying that at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. You took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot Org hills because the drama with Brandy Brandy is not even really a cast member anymore but brandy keeps saying that you know she and husband Denise said is that they're in an open marriage and they've tried to proposition her multiple times in that they even hooked up and Denise's like we never hooked up and brandies like stop lying. So this has been. For so long when I'm hearing rumors about Kris, Jenner being a part of the real housewives of beverly, hills. That's real or not. I hope. She doesn't people are wanting that to there's a ton of staff. There's a ton of what else do we does that makes me pose that will Smith Yeah Oh this is cool. Thirty years. So it's look at all of them. They're all grown up. It's the whole cast of fresh print, but it's the uncle that's missing. He passed away. He did. He did he's the one that they're messin but everybody else's their man look at that and there's what's his name look amazing the back he's the new host of America's funniest videos. Or whatever yeah I'm. He's you're. Listening to the ninety seven, the HD Frankie, and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Time for therapy Monday right now. We've got him on the line Dr Burton. Good Morning. How are you buddy? I am well how are you doing great we're just talking to a lot of things about the oneself this morning on the show we were doing Yeah self aware. We were talking about self love little earlier and now we're GONNA do self sabotage. So yeah. So the reason we're talking about it is there's one of our listeners miss ax in she it's the good thing is that She knows that she self sabotages. You know because I think there are people that do this. And don't even realize that there are kind of blowing up whether it's a relationship or their lives But yes, she realizes that she does it. So first of all, what I mean from a therapist standpoint, can you break down what self sabotage is? So people now have an idea I was thinking about it like a lot of clock logical issues it's pretty complex. So I picked three different What do you think the most common way to self sabotage? You have a guess What respected we are we talked a individual, it's procrastination. Think about that that the way to sell sabotage now but it's important to realize not all procrastination is about self sabotage. But I think a lot of it is and let me give you an example of what that's why. So let's say you you're in college you have the paper to write and you just put it off, put it off, you put it off and then two. Hours before do you sit down and you write this paper and it's not very good. So you get back you get the grade back and you know let's say you get on this paper. It's easy then to say well, you know what? I only spent two hours on it. So it makes sense that I got net whereas let's say you spent twenty hours on the same paper. and. You then ended up getting the paperback and it got now. That's really tough because then it says, well, there's something about me or maybe I'm not smart enough for maybe I don't write. Well. So it a lot of times procrastination as a self sabotage, but it gives you a way out. Of. You know a terrible.

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"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Meet. Awesome. Thanks like getting changes an epic experience. A. Weirdo. Funny Oh my Gosh Kinda recent, but when it comes to people that I view as bad people okay. I'm a huge bully ta you know all those bully tendencies other than physical I will bully a bad person relentlessly becoming a bad person in the process somebody commented on a facebook post that I made about it. So it was like being the light bulb went off and these are good because a lot of them were applicable to a lot of people. Who might.

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"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"The garage. The. So just a cool house man. Plan. into the whole thing. So yeah. I'll tell you more about that and maybe how you can rent it, but it's funny that song always goes through my head every time I'm talking about it. It's just such a cool. We I mean there's some updates and some things that are a little outdated, but it's really cool the way they set it up. But yeah. So we'll. We'll talk more about that, and then General Dynamics has supported our nation's exploration of space for the last sixty years. Now, DDAT's combining the latest technology innovations to deliver enterprise scale IT systems for a new era of space missions. We secure today imbedding resilient cyber solutions into every aspect of the mission, and we prepare for tomorrow to preempt future risk digital modernization networks, cyber shared services, and artificial intelligence GD it propelling the art of the possible visit Gd dot com slash space. Santa it's not the same thing I've seen that at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of land covering for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just. Having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to Fisherhouse Dot Org O. Ninety Day fiance. So a lot of people love this show Larussa is. That was on the show and she just spent so much money and I'll tell you how much money what she did to look like, Kylie, Jenner, we've talked about this with plastic surgeons over the years that people come in and be like I want to look like Jackson I want to look like Jaylo or I want to look like Kim Kardashian so I'll tell you what she spent. Yeah. It's a crazy story next hour. What's the premise of that show I I think you. Show, what is it with ninety day fiance they. It's the people that are from like the country and they meet them like usually online and then they come over to like the United States and I think they or whatever for ninety days and then they get married. So it's kind of thing. Yeah. That's usually what it is. So an and they usually don't get along because it seems like the people that are coming over coming over so he can get citizenship seems like. So that's sad shows that I'm for a while isn't it? How many seasons deep oh, Gosh I don't know for a bit. But she I mean, she was a beautiful girl to begin with but now she does she looks like one of the Kardashians. Although stuff at nine hundred. Ninety, seven one. Frankie Ingest. Show podcast here on iheartradio. Sixty nine to get up right now. So we haven't done the self awareness topic in a while, and that is when you found out something about yourself. You became self aware about something that you do. Maybe how you act you are, and it's either somebody told you or you just became aware of it somehow. So how what is it that you became aware of and how did you become aware of it? So, one of our listeners reached out in we kind of put the pile here, but we haven't because we haven't done it in a while. They they were talking about the people in this person it sounds like the person that they're griping about. Has realized it. As far as the when they text whether I think it's a friend knows it was a family member that when they text back and forth it's the long long text with a family member that justice is extreme in the in the yeah and she was saying that she talks to this person. A Lot. So it's not like it's once in a blue moon talking to somebody via tax and you're getting you know the big chunk of you were where you're getting caught up that is understandable. That's like but this is somebody that they talked to. All all the time that's a lot and it's a lot every single time that they talk. Through tax and you know this person just. So this person obviously hasn't been you know. So we were talking about the self awareness thing but one that I can tell you kind of going along with somebody figuring out something because somebody told them and they became self aware of this is kind of funny. So I'm not gonNA say who it is but. This person said that when they eat apparently the. They eat like a squirrel or chipmunk and they just they store food and the site other cheek and it was a coworker that told him. Yeah, they were like you. They have Alvin I. Don't know how they brought it up but they were the ones that pointed out I don't know if they I think actually because they know him pretty well. And it just made a real. You know like what? What's up with the with the food in the cheeks Like. So as they're eating their store and they didn't realize they did that they would store the food and the cheek and not swallow it and was just kinda stories that. So it's kind of bizarre and they they didn't even know that they did it until this co worker. Until they brought out. That's funny. So we haven't done it in a while. So it's something that you became aware of yourself and whether somebody told you or it was some other whatever and you're like, oh my gosh, I do this. So this is something that I think we all right. We all could be more self aware everybody can do a better job at being self aware. So eight to nine, zero five if you've got something that maybe he just recently or some time in the past that you found out something about yourself, you're like, oh my gosh. Ninety seven one. Frankie Ingest, show podcast here on iheartradio. Came self aware of something recently how so what was it and how did you become self aware did somebody tell you Was it something that you figure out on your own like and just boom the light bulb went off in you act a certain way say something whatever something that you're like, oh my gosh, I didn't realize it until now. So a two, nine, four, five, one of our listeners Scott said that he recently so his little boy seven. So just pull up this. Let's text here. So he said Gavin. Are the Blue Hill boys like come on. Dude. soothsaying that, and then I'll all of Scott's families like, yeah you say that all the time so we got that from you. And he didn't realize that he he said that. If I thought of one. So when Scott Texas I'm like, Oh, well, I I kind of have one along the same lines as far as where I didn't realize that I said it as often as I say it. So our little boy was the what was it on Friday or maybe Thursday Thursday or Friday he was talking about. A dream that he had. I think it was on. Friday. So He's talking about this nightmare that he just had and he's so crazy how he remembers things fool. And he is just saying what it was and how may was in the dream and it you know and then there was a monster behind him and so he repeated that with with Mason that's many me. And then when. Tamika home from work. He said it guess tell them about the dream and he's just from start to finish doesn't leave out any any details and he's telling the same thing and I just. So at the end of that, when he told the story of Said, that's that's funny and he goes no data a wasn't funny. So and I realized that when I said, buddy, that's not what I meant and I. When I say that's funny and I I in my mind that's funny that He. Remembers all the details and that's what I said to him. I said, that's what I mean so. Was My moment of being self aware of I. Say that's funny a lot. Even if it's not, you know in my mind that's funny. But it's not funny. It's not literally funny but that was one I was like, okay I need to not say that. Because I said it again when we were driving. We were driving home and there's the big tree out in front of cotton elementary that came down with the storm last week. And it again I said that's he goes. That's not funny that and I'm like that's not what I meant said it's it's. And I met in my mind again. So I obviously say it. where it's not appropriate but I'm just saying that in filling. Crush a crutch phrase or whatever. But I met and I said, no, I mean like how the other day it was like the full tree now they've so anyway that maybe up but. It's one of those. Were you know your kids will? They'll let you know that you like either that doesn't the point something out either you're saying saying the repeating something that you say or listening way better than we listened to herself time. So, we want to know when you became self aware of of yourself it but you found out how so what was it and how did you find out at eight to nine four five been Senate realized one day that I always say, thanks to cashiers, cashiers, five dollars and twenty two. Sensors. And.

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"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Podcast here on iheartradio. In a one, it's ninety civil ones. The Celtics Number One hit music station with Frankie ingests welcome to Monday. It's going be smokey hot today. So we're looking at smoke from the wildfires in California probably Oregon as well and then yeah, we're gonNA, see that probably for the next few days or so sixty five to get up and highs today of about ninety, one, ninety, two something like that. I don't know if you've got a chance to get this posted but this was one of our listeners that tagged us in this on facebook and just thought this. Kinda. Neat to to help get her some money for her car. Yeah. So one of our listeners it was Dina that tagged us in this and said that it was Tuesday. You know when we had the wind come through by the way, there's I think just below want to forty three, hundred people now that have that are without power. So. They're working hard to try to get the power on, but it was one, hundred, eight, hundred, ninety thousand is less as his last week like when this whip through. So it said on Tuesday morning, this is Ben that posted it, and then Dina reposted this We pulled the giant tree off this car knowing that this is a later model car wondered if insurance would cover, it didn't know the story behind the girl who owns it and still have not met her but I saw these posters go up yesterday and thought it might be fun to run a little experiment. So her I guess her name is Brittany they they said, they talked to Brittany's neighbors and they said that she works two jobs to make ends meet and it's a picture of Of this car and since demolished. and. There's a little sign in each of the windows and it says help and then it gives kind of her I. Think it's Mojo and then her mom heard about this and said that you know her daughter's sitting here, crying and laughing kind of up and down with emotions because her are venomous blowing up. So she's happy in in in in. Probably Tears of joy at that point because she said that she attends the you works fulltime recently lost her eighteen year old brother in an auto accident. So life has been rough for the family but we're we're going to post that. So I sent that over a over the weekend. Did you see the? I. It's a broken link saw heavy. Senate me again. Okay. So here's the here if you want to try to find hers then. Nice let's get a new car. Yeah, and then this person said you know one person or if every person does like a dollar where people you know one dollar and help spread the word I mean if you get twenty five, hundred, twenty, five, hundred people or three thousand people that's three thousand bucks. Yeah that she can have to help her with a car. So if you want to do some good, that's really really neat and we'll get that posted a franken dot. com. So this is something I'm GonNa play the little clip again because I thought it was cool and it just kinda sparked an idea to do this and maybe not as many as she's requesting but I think, maybe personally, if you wanted to do I think it's a great exercise for anybody to do because especially if you have hard time taking compliments like I do A. Lot of listeners that related to that at eight to nine, four, five. But pink for her birthday posted this message on her instagram. I would try to for my birthday spread some self love in the world and so here's what I want you to do how old you are I want you to write down that many things that you love about yourself if you have time. Today tomorrow your next birthday. I'm GONNA try and figure out forty one things that I love about myself. So maybe you know it's you start with the three that we're asking you text us at eight to nine for five three things that you like about yourself and maybe just in from that point on, you add whatever going. To to cause I. Think it's a good exercise I was listening to Joe Rogan a couple of weeks ago, and he had that that artists David Show on. And he's an interesting guy and he started off the interview. Saying just giving Joe these these compliments and it was really nice I mean. But then to come back to that, he said I can't even think of this is David and he's you know working through his stuff like everybody I think you know your work in progress. He said I can't even think of two things that I like about myself and so that was kind of part of the interview. It made me think I was like man that's heavy. You know I mean that's a lot of people. A lot of people aren't able to you know you might be able to give a compliment, but it's tough to receive a compliment because there's more to that than you probably know and that is. Because, you probably couldn't write something down you know. So this is kind of an exercise in that and the self. Love. So we want to know three things that you like about you. So you want to start it off three things that you like about yourself. I was funny because we we have a white right in a race board here in the studio Oh crap that's coming up like think about it because it is it's very Difficult do you feel like I don't know you just feel bad think of that heard sometimes you don't think it's true. But love my smile I am thankful for my smile sense of humor of course, I love to laugh at things and my huge heart, my huge bleeding heart which my son has to and I was talking to him and like you keep your big heart. This world is GonNa be hard sometimes but you keep being you. But yeah, I just the love that I have for people sometimes addictive. You know that I can't help myself. Yeah. Those are good. How about you Kylie three things that you like about you? So the first one I put was the I'm extreme optimist. So like if if there's an like this year, it's I think in the beginning I really struggled with this year but I think now it's just like I tried to look forward to like whatever I can so try to find the I always try to find those silver linings, find him and everything anything it's it might be difficult but there's always a silver lining in something or right and the other one was that I'm self driven. So like anything that like I do I do it because I want to do it I don't do because someone else tells me to do I. Love. and the other one I put down was that when it comes to like organization putting things together like I thrive in that situations. Good. Amazing Hair. Good All right. So three things I had to kind of think about. So three things about myself. One I'm generous. Yes. Very Another is a good listener. I think, I am anyway I more I'm working on it, but I mean I think I'm a pretty as far as a friend goes or family member a good listener and then third is thoughtful. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Oh. Yeah. Those are good. Really good. So we WANNA know three things that you like about you two, nine, four, five, hard worker good mom self-confident Let's see is hair loving personality K. Smile is personality genuine love for people positive attitude and my smile Let's see him visibly happy most of the time my long hair my ability to give others the benefit of the doubt and see good. Love my eyes booty and mythic..

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"three things" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"On that. Up because I think physically possessing gold will always have value writers going to be a demand for a tangible sore value that exhibits visibility durability recognizable Gold is proven right five thousand years proven history of being the best at that as a tangible value. But on the flip side I think there's only GonNa be one digital, which has covered. BITCOIN is winning out there, so you don't. There's not room for gold back crypto. It doesn't really add anything to to go. Because you still have this counterparty risks, right gold bag crypto, who is verified from the letter? Who's telling me I have a gold redeemability. Then you have to trust that person who has recalling hold gold. You don't trust anyone, right? I just have to trust the market same with Bitcoin. If hold my private keys to trust anyone, trust the market determining its value, right. So once again. Robert Breedlove I really wanted to thank you for being part of the program and I recommend. People Watch you an answer napalm piano. On Your Open Letter to Ray Dallaglio it was one of the more informative shows. It was longer than this format. But it was I opening and when you're younger, guys are more confident more certain about what you're doing. Then you have Paul Tudor Jones coming in on WHO's my generation I think it's time to start moving. So I've been buying bitcoin for a while now and I hope the price stays low for a while so I can accumulate more of. But anyway I thank you for sharing your wisdom and knowledge to the guys like me.

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"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Tackle. But we've got we've got some options there that That we continue to work with an angular guy's radio brings up you. Can you can make some roster rooms there. I mean there's always that possibility I I guess the a lot of still sitting there that that we could we could activate obviously off the injured reserve but those are decisions that will have to make here in the near future described described moving from left to right pretty negative terms. Did you get a sense. What did he say he said that it? It was like riding with your opposite learning how to write with your opposite hand which most people probably can't do so that you did a sense? The mentally. He wasn't ready for the job now. Not at all as the week progressed. I mean he got so much better as the week progressed about time we got to Friday. I I mean the Friday practice was was was great. He felt comfortable Saturday walkthrough he was he was ready to go That's why you just you know again you. I just can't take your left guy and go stick him on the right without without taking practice reps without preparing those guys You know To to do that and he he Gosh she prepared well all week and was radio forces you know. He's he's still in the he's still in the protocol but but I'm optimistic that he could see the practice field on Wednesday this week. So Oh here I guess he expressed that to you Out You feel about that being no again. That's the Angelo asked me this morning on the radio. In the first time I'd really heard about it but that's who Jason Peters is easy is willing to give himself to the team and if that's what it takes him and we'll have discussions but you know. Hopefully we get lying back in and we won't have to do that. I didn't know continue to work. Our our backup guys situation. Jj Play and what can he do. Competitive Increases Roll. When the other guys get back on Jayjay I thought he it did some good things You know he still learning obviously You know he's got to do a little better Scrimmage with guys on his nose you know being able to release and things like that. But he's he saw the tough catch late in the game. Now obviously on the sideline it's great to see and Some of the other things that he did You no one one good third down completion there and then another the fourth players just he and Carson really not being on the same page There but but those are things that continue to work on but he. He's done some some really nice things he's last couple of weeks and You know it's encouraging and we'll keep keeping it here this message from you about the feeling arrogant from the players as well. But why do you remain so common. Why are you so confident? That maybe office swirl improving. We're not out there seeing all factors that you're seeing what's happening behind the scenes that makes you believe that there will be a change. I see the guys every single day EH Paying attention to detail which means they're they're they're. They're spending time in the meeting room. They're they're spending time after practice watching extra tape on their own or with or with their position group There with our quarterback. They're they're on the side in practice working on route combinations and and and to me that's a sign of getting better and and improving and I know sometimes it doesn't necessarily always translate over into the game like we all want it to like I would like get to do Because the defense is obviously you know. They're good defenses. That were playing so I see it every day You know we we do have some new new faces on offense that are playing some young players They're getting valuable experience and so for me. That's the encouraging part plus now with hopefully getting some of who are veteran players. Back on offense. I feel like we can Pique your at the right to listen. We're we're still in this thing. It's not like this this season's over. Gosh we've got five games. got a great opportunity. This week in Miami So that that also gives you gives you hope before marriage uh-huh scheme and quarterback. What what strengths have you been with Carson? And how have has the offense been tailored to fit that off his strengths and what we do is an offense. Sometimes you love you love concepts where he have. We have half the. I don't want to say fulfilled concepts but Hatfield concepts were guys. Are you know vertical concepts for instance down the field With with in Maybe a third element coming coming into his vision. Those are all things that he's successful with Obviously the quick passing game being overthrow overthrows slants beano throw the ball of the flat The RPO game he's very successful that So those are the things that it as as we construct these game plans. You know we think about them. We think about our personnel on what we have. Obviously that week going into the game and try to have as many of those concepts in that plan against that opponent Dan Miles on like ten to twelve carries seems to be. The bureau's was comfortable with of guide. You would feel comfortable giving fifteen eighteen. Twenty carries especially with Georgetown of physically decent handle that and I think he could I think he could. I think I think too in the passing game. You know with some of the things we're trying to do and and and kind of get We didn't do everything we worked worked on in practice with him last week in the game. But there's some things with you know emptying out in the backfield you know empty backfield route combinations. That are also so part of his Sort of his plan. That didn't manifest in the game. So yeah that I think if you factor all that in. I think you'd be right around the number of alkyl share. He said that Malcolm shared was that this team. He's get comparable winning twelve nine games nine six games he said in finishing shing drives with kicks. Is that how you think this team needs to play that. They're going to be these low scoring defensive teams. I mean when I think right now where we are you know I mean. We held the Patriots to seventeen in an explosive. Shell offense to seventeen so if you're winning those games twenty to seventeen right now that that's what that's yeah I would say. That's that's good the at some point though you're going to have to explode out to be thirty plus points a game you know as as you go down down the stretch especially if you get into the postseason against some of these some of these other teams but I think right now where we are. That's a that's a realistic approach. that doesn't mean you you go into you. You know a conservative mode and you know it's three yards and a cloud of dust. But I do think that our offense we talk all the time we WANNA finish every we drive with a possible kick whether that's where field goal or an extra point so those are the things that we talk about in right now you know In the way our defense Santa's been playing. I think you've got to play to that strength with your systems. Dallas Qatar in your oh man. He's definitely one of the bright spots you know. One of the one of the positives on offense He's gotten so much better. Blocking at the point of Batak he's strong. His route running has gotten better He's been strong to the football. You know when when the ball comes his way you lies in the screen game. A little bit has been successful this year. I think he's just gonNA continue to grow. Continue to get better The more we use them the more we use them in space obviously but but He he's been been a been. A plus for foibles drug Are you referring to that. Saying get. He has has a long time who I was talking about the positive stuff. It's my left it open ended. But they're having some on time there has been and then those are things we got a crash. He knows that again. It's it's it's you know it goes back to not about one guy but We'll address that with him. We did it during the game yesterday. We'll continue to talk harper team about it. He knows that hang on the ball. Got Help our though. Yeah Jordan you know obviously with the with the Stinger They're the he still hasn't regained full strength in his shoulder so he still day-to-day still do individual Israel this week and We'll see where he's at gene..

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"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Was behind him. I were overturned while sanders hat. Talk to Mr Mrs Throw I gotTa do better. There's snow season. It wasn't the wind there wasn't it was not as missed. I Ah tell when you throw is that. Can you tell. Wasn't there maybe mechanics. That's they say. Sometimes that might be the case you can tell today I I dunno I got like I said I'm not gonNA stand up your makes us misthrows. Awesome I gotTa make this does next at those mechanical things for work follow through our position all that much. Yeah Yeah we always kind of study that throughout the week. Obviously you know as a week as the season goes you know this can be harder to focus on those but we always talk about them and work through him. I'm so again. There's no excuse with that you saw. I feel good mentally you know mentally. I think everything's things good way right. They're physically just misses her hand of a pretty scoring action. Yeah that one will stuff There's no she's on that either. I got I mean. That's something that we gotta work and then be better. You know I think you know it was kind of a new kind of play. Play and miles. Just probably didn't communicate enough on in. I got to be better for him. Get chance on them. This is characterised. Play away from us is does anything kind of something standing out. Like I know that I ask. This is where I'm kind of strain or whatever the case Not Really I mean I think.

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"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"three things" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Try to take just again just those same things. Just let everything kind of unfold in listen. We've we've always said this is not about one guy but you know. Obviously our quarterback is a big part of our success in the things we do and You know sometimes you must play caller you just gotta get back to some the basic place on the things that you have a lot of time invested on and and get back to that and and try to get something well. Well I'd have time. We made a switch Went with big just felt like it's time You know just needed to switch it up. Make make make something happen. They're in it would be in the second half he just got sick And just just had an illness and You know we had to make a sudden change in Greece of things. I haven't talked doctors yet. Carson's is his his hand. Try to communicate off and it was hurry now yet you know. He tried to glove early in the game. Pull it off in the rain in the rain stops and everything. Everything's okay with his hands soon. Play caller offense he sheila how You know what we don't we don't point fingers like that you know. We're we're a team and when we when we win we win as a team when we lose loses loses team in today we lost as a team hurt his hand senator ratio replacing John came back. And we've got X.. Rays we're know everything everything that information I got in game was was positive with with Carson. So we kept kipling it it. It was negative on all of the jazz unfortunate Big Big the Obviously just over set the guy in a really kind of set asset. The guy in the deanne disrupted the timing of the play which you know we got to do a better the job there. We had a coach better on that play and just are are filled execution place so well against that'd be candidate with a pretty good at all. Your defense is produced the last couple of weeks in the office has strayed seeing the ball so well yes. Why did you want to run that down? Just a style. Defense it's You know the defense structure during the game. I mean the way the way it was it. We had some success. Not necessarily on that play but the little shovel pass to Dallas in the game very similar. Play And and we just didn't execute you know we we got again. That's on me. I gotta I gotTa coach that play. Better person undergo further testing on his his hand. I'm sure he will. Yes Ward had a big role Saunas elevated practice squad earlier. Is that something you worked on all week to get him involved well allies you guys know and and you know well. Maybe you don't know He's been working with our starters. You know just because of the injuries we've had it at the receiver position so he he's been getting a lot a time in practice with our star so his role was about about what it should have been. You know had he you know if he was an act more of an active breath player for us. You know on the on the on the active so I thought he doesn't really nice things force in something to evaluate tomorrow and one take us. Her lost near Well we're the spot we actually the couple of things on the spot. Hot Spot was a little bit closer than than on when we lined up a little bit further away Play we had. We had just had just run that play about two or three place before had some success. Miles had a nice run. Came right back to it. Again you know coach better next time rose throws her purse was a little with with some of the younger receivers and see efforts. Talk on silence forever says race where they weren't on the age that I could be a little bit different when not all your you know you're working with different guys but you know listen this is this is the national football league and and we spend a lot of time working with all our players These guys spend a lot of time. Even off the side during practice is some of these throws so You don't whatever they were talking about either either route or maybe the next time around like that's called the type of adjustments they could make in game. PAT's.

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"three things" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"three things" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"I have my door open or one night. I'm sleeping I wake up. It's a nigga. Stan full-throttle at my door watching me sleep. And I said excuse me allows. He was he was like, oh, I'm looking for the bathroom. He was just standing there. Watching me sleep. That's it was the I. And as the next day. I said, listen, you gotta move. Okay. So anyway, long story short she got into somewhere a other roommates over to the bitch left all this ward on the floor and the roommates that can you because we to bear. I never had the fuck. What what the reverence so the the broom she's shared a bathroom with the floor. We found out this bitch had a blog this what I'm talking about people thinking everybody funk about them. So she had a blog for any. From Franny got. Had a blog a flow the fucking flog. How long and you found it this. Oh, she had on. So this is how this is how good God is. Okay. Floppy dumped on us. Shares her blog on her Facebook page which minds you has negative eight people. Okay. In the negatives. She's gotta borrow people from other people's things just didn't get into the negative. He's only got the dead people right now the accounts, we're going Meemaw who that ten years ago scruffy to kids that years ago people. A report and all these other guys. Right. So she negative eight on the tone poem. Right. She posted this blog and the blog somehow catches a pitcher of my roommate and my roommate's boyfriend. So so there were two there was you from an another roommate. So it was me from this other roommate who I loved to desert she had a boyfriend, and when she came in we we all talked about she said, I'm listening. You have a boyfriend, but she was very respectable. I liked her boyfriend. He wasn't. They all the time. They May Day little dinner. They went into the room there them. So. Yeah. Thing. Absolutely. A c- came in it, and we talk when we came to an ago, she'll house gonna work and it works. And then we had another roommate who we all are like the three of us me the other two. I don't wanna call it name other jobs. We always liked we will sit watch movies together. We like what you're doing. Call each other on the phone. Hey, maybe from a dump dumpy frumpy mctighe train. Yes. Yeah. Mc MC diggity, dick three. Mic rib, dick van she moved tick rib move in with you three. Yes. And then had this crew does is coming in coming in coming in. And then she moves out you find out about this on the blog before. Okay. It was. She. So she tried to explain first of all why I told you I was talking to this guy. I said what guy you never say my guy. She's a member of the guy was telling you about that I met at the bus stop the dead. I said you sit here told us about how you met some Puerto Rican dude at the bus stop barely knew. And we didn't for one minute considered that nigger would be in the house not even for a moment because there's got to be a knowing fade because you met him at a bus stop. Yeah. You barely know him. You got us up in here. I gotta say when people fuck like when people are like fuck people aware of. Yeah. They will find it anywhere. You'll find the bus. I catch it. She got a catch a handkerchief. Yeah. Because she got to throw her shit out to put out. She's Trump dumps it listen frump or no from there are people that are in the fuck gave. And when they you know, they can find it wherever they like drugs. And I wish I was like that. Because I cast also decimate the big you gotta watch out for us. Y'all got foot traffic in there like you? I mean, that's a walk in clinic. I can't like grocery door. And I'm like, oh, I gotta get outta had her to do like she's fucking the holes block that all looks like the front door at a snowy day. We're all the boots go, and then like you have the little dirty snow around the boots and a little bit of water trial..

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"three things" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

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"three things" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"Now, listen, I'm just I'm relating this happens. This is, you know, everyone started from one family, and then it becomes the whole town is the family, and you wouldn't know cousin shit happens. Then surely cousins getting blown, but that's really not here nor there. So what happened? So now, I've had people in my. Family move to New York. And and don't know they don't have a relationship with me like that. And don't ask for nothing is a certain group of people that will move. They ask to New York City. And then expect me to just I I don't know be. They're welcoming committee. This is a New York thing to like for a lot of people when they moved to this. This is a tough city to move to. So why does I agree? But then what they do. Is there not self sufficient? They don't have that thing in their head. That goes you're being rude and figure out on your fucking. I don't even give her that much credit. Let me say she doesn't have she's a grown as person. Okay. From what I can get 'cause I still don't even really know her. Yeah. Not say really know her. I don't know her. I'm going to get to the exchange we had, but I don't fucking know her. I had a friend like a good friend wants to be like, yeah, I'm going to move to New York. And I was like in my mind. I was like, oh, no, no. Does Ozzie I'm going to be the fucking tour. Got let me tell you. Then I moved to New York City at the age of twenty one knowing no one knowing that I had a smattering a family. I didn't even want to be bothered with because I came here for my career, and you come you people come to New York with a dream unless you're nobody belongs here other than people who were born here. And then at a certain age of you ain't doing shit here. You should move somewhere else. They get display right or people who come here for dream. Nobody should be moving to New York City. Oh, I just wanna live in New York City and do what work at the fucking piggly-wiggly? There's not one are you going to be working CBS's JC Penney's JC Penney's will not have sale for too tough a place to live without skipping reason dip now fine you got a job here. So did it was a beast about the phone number? And where people would I listen. So there. Fear phone. Oh, this was months ago. Yeah. Now, what people don't understand is? And this is where I'm gonna put out on the streets. Sure. I have a father and I have two half sisters. I have three half sisters. My father had got into another relationship with another woman and had three beautiful little girls with her game. Who are now grown women? One is insist to cease mainly she arrested PC was killed in a car accident a couple of days before two thousand okay at the age of seventeen. So I have to have sisters. I have not spoken to them other than maybe we text each other rally generic holiday tax show. So I don't even know birthdays like that they don't or your mom it my daddy. Don't call me and say, oh, tell Yana a my Easter they birthday. I don't even know. And and it's not that. I don't suck with my sisters is that I got locked up. You know, what it is? You get locked up in comedy and comedy is a business where you can be like, oh, I'm taking a vaca-. We don't I'm not. Receptionist..

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