35 Burst results for "Three Types"
What Do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland Have in Common?
"What do Anthony Fauci and Merrick Garland have in common? I know they're both kraven old men that are using their twilight years to terrorize a majority of the country and they're both approximately 5 feet tall with no Napoleon syndrome, by the way, trying to tell us how to live our lives and using their power for evil, but they're also creatures of the administrative state. Now, as we talk about on this program, the constitution authorizes three types of power. We all learn this in school. It's very basic. The legislative branch, the executive branch, and the judicial branch. How does the administrative state though fit into that arrangement? And the answer is it doesn't. If you go all the way back to 1887, Congress created the interstate commerce commission. It was expanded decades later, but it was almost this fourth branch of government, the birth of the fourth branch of government, and it was no coincidence that happened in the late 1800s. This was where the focus on scientism was born industrial revolution, people start to think they could perfect man. We need the council of experts, the administrators that know best. We have allowed over the last hundred years. The administrative state also called the deep state or the shadow government to do whatever they want to do with very little check or balance or transparency being demanded.
Detective: Alex Jones 'most dangerous' type of attack denier
"The jury and the Alex Jones defamation cases begun to hear testimony The detective who investigated the 2012 sandy hook elementary school massacre since there are three types of people who deny that it happened and harass victims mentally ill Those who got bad information and those who know the truth but twisted it for their own power or money and Daniel Jewish says conspiracy theories spreader Alex Jones is in that third group and he says those are the most dangerous It's the first testimony that the panel was heard in the case in which Jones has already lost to default judgment once they hear all the evidence Durer's will determine how much in damages Jones will have to pay families who have sued him for defamation I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Charlie Recaps the Three Types of Churches
"You explain to us about the three churches that you're seeing? Yeah, so there's three types of churches. It's the three C's and we'll go through it and I'm going to say this rather bluntly and plainly. You know my heart. If I offend you, sorry, I guess. We're not going to be honest. We're running out of time. It's political correct stuff's a bunch of garbage, okay? So look, number one, let's start with the good, the courageous church. Good pastors like Micah. He's doing amazing job pastors at our standing up for truth. Now, the courageous church is willing to stand up against government lockdowns and tyranny. The courageous church is willing to instruct their congregation about all the decisions they have to make. How do I marry? Who do I May or marry? How do I organize my finances? Who do I vote for? Is it a good or bad thing that I'm gambling? The church must do equip the congregation, the flock, with answers about all of these otherwise confusing issues. The courageous church does not care what The New York Times says. The courageous church does not care about what the activists say. The courageous church doesn't care if people walk out of sermons because you might have said something they don't like. A courageous church does not look at success through budgets and buildings, which the most of the American church does, by the way. Instead, they say, how many souls are we winning? Are we proclaiming truth? The courageous churches the vast minority of churches in America. And just like courage in general is very hard to find. The courageous church is a growing but small community and we're trying to help grow that at TPUSA faith. The second type of church is the cowardly church. They're the church that knows what they should do, but they don't do it. And they'll say the following couple of excuses. We only do the gospel around here. So do I. And I believe the gospel is about creating disciples, not converts of all nations. And discipleship goes deep. Discipleship means you're going to quit people to make good decisions in every arena of life, including what kind of government you're going to have. Don't tell me it's unimportant. Don't tell me it doesn't matter. More people have died from bad government last hundred years than anything else. So if you don't care about government, a lot of suffering can happen as we as Christians to try to limit suffering. We should care for the least amongst us. If you have bad government oppressive government tyrannical government, look what happened in the last couple of years. The lockdowns, the suicides, the mental health issues that are all byproducts of bad government policy and the type of system that we had. The cowardly church and here's my call for a lot of you. If you have a pastor, if you are a pastor here in this audience, that refuses to speak out at all about these issues. I want to challenge you because you can make a decision immediately to go from the cowardly to the courageous.
How Do We Capture Stem Cells? Dr. Vincent Giampapa Explains
"Let's take this and break it down a little bit. I mean, in looking at the, you know, all the aspects of what you just talked about, you know, starting at 20, 50, some, you know, we have people at different places. Let's explain that process. What does that mean if I was sitting here today and I came to you and said, you know, doctor J pop, I want to talk about my stem cell and capture those. What does capturing mean? What does it entail? That kind of stuff. So, first of all, let me explain what the situation is here in the U.S. and frankly in most countries globally. So in most countries, you can collect store stem cells as in the U.S.. We can collect them, store them for future use. We can't give them to back to you. Okay, so under very limited circumstances. For instance, if you have cancer, if you are part of a research study in a major university, then you could use your cells. Frankly, most people even store the cord blood of their children can't really use those unless there's a very limited potential application for those cells. So excuse me. So the secret here is if we can collect and store them, why can't we use them? And so we'll get into that and maybe in a few minutes. But the secret here is today, we can collect your cells and store them. And there's a certain medications we give for three days prior to a collection, which releases billions and billions of stem cells of all three types into your body. That actually really is the first treatment people get when they go to collect because that release a billions of cells is a regenerative treatment. Those cells will start to repair damage and your blood vessels boost your immune function. And decrease the inflammation we're all fraught with as we get
Biden Administration Handles Russia With Kid Gloves
"All right, so now let me get back to what's happening with Iran. And we're all focused on Ukraine and I'm not minimizing Ukraine. I've already given you the recipe of what can be done to help out Ukraine. And I think we should do it. But we are neglecting to talk about our borders. We are neglecting to talk about Iran. We are neglecting to talk about China and if everybody is focused and worried about World War three because if we do this to Russia, if we do this to Russia, if we do this to Russia and China has told us in the past, they will defeat America in a World War three type scenario and I'm paraphrasing without even firing a shot. And they're doing it or they're trying to do it with the help of the crypt keeper in The White House. And no one's talking about it.
Edmund Burke and the Birth of Traditional Conservatism
"Burke, the father of western conservatism. Wrote a great book reflections on the French Revolution. Famously said that a properly ordered society has a three tied knot. It's a compact. So social contract theorists range from Jean Jacques Rousseau to John Locke, to Thomas Hobbes, and Edmund Burke is never looped into a social contract theorist, but he did make a very significant contribution into what he believed a moral society would have as their north star. What he thought of what a north society a moral society should have as their central operating thesis, which is a three type not. A look at the sacrifices in the history and the culture and the tradition that came before you. A focus on the immediate and what we're living through, but most importantly, the generation that is yet to be born and the country we're trying to pass down. That is literally where we get the word conservative from. When we are recklessly spending trillions of dollars we don't have, what are we conserving exactly? Now I know at times for whatever reason, this is no longer the sexiest story to talk about on the right. It seems as if we are now in the era of big deficits and debt and that we just kind of allow ourselves to be hypnotized by the capital flow of cheap money.
Alejandro Mayorkas Struggles to Notice Kids in Cages
"Alejandro mayorkas is the secretary of Homeland Security In the course he doesn't believe in Homeland Security so there's an irony He was deputy secretary under Obama and he learned well under Obama His family Cuban immigrants but he doesn't seem to have learned a lot from them because Cuban immigrants are quite conservative They love this country At Ted Cruz put it to my orcas very very well and I'm going to let this play out without interrupting it It's about almost two minutes Cut one go How many children have been in the Biden cages and calendar year 2021 Senator I respectfully disagree with your use of the term cages Fun You can disagree with it How many children have been in the Biden cages I've been to the Biden cages I've seen the Biden cages How many children have you detained at the Donna tent facility in the cages you built told kids How many children have been in those cages A senator I can provide to you the following figure that when and let me say that when a child it's a simple question how many children have been in those cages I respectfully am not familiar with the term cages and to what you are referring There are enclosures in which they are locked in in which I took photographs and put them out because you blocked the press and didn't want people to see the Biden cages The secure facilities in which they are locked down in Donna that those facilities how many children have been in them Senators there are three types of facilities The Donna tent cages The Donna tent city Let's take the Donna facility How many children have been there That is a soft sided facility It is not Okay are you going to answer the question how many children have been in that facility I will have to circle back with you with the precise
Twitter rolls out redesigned misinformation warning labels
"Twitter is introducing redesigned labels to warn about mis information labels first showed up on Twitter before and after the twenty twenty election but the criticism was that they didn't do enough to keep people from spreading obvious falsehoods the new labels are red and orange to stand out more Twitter labels three types of misinformation manipulated media such as videos and audio that could cause real world harm election and voting related misinformation and false or misleading tweets related to the corona virus misleading tweets get an orange icon in the words stay informed tweets with more serious mis information we'll get a stronger labeled with the words misleading and a red exclamation point those tweets cannot be liked or retweeted I met Donahue
Is Your Photography Business Saleable or Worth Selling?
"Photographers around the i. Guess who you're talking to right now would have a business that would be turning over. We'll have a revenue of something between one hundred and five hundred thousand. I think that we can capture light. Everyone that's listening. Like one hundred thousand dollar turn of business or revenue business. Is that something that is cycle. it could be. It's less about the revenue and more about how the revenues generated so look for the business to be sellable. If you put yourself in the shoes of the acquirer you think about like where and how this business be worth me. Buying it and the answer comes down to. Will it run without the photographer. The owner you know if you're turning over one hundred thousand dollars in revenue and one hundred saw revenue comes from you selling doing the jobs the no it's not really sellable as it structured but if you've structured so that you're behind the scenes you've hired someone to shoot for example weddings and you're turning over one hundred thousand dollars revenue in. You're not doing the work or the selling. It's very much sellable asset. Even though it's just turning over one hundred thousand dollars in revenue it's really comes down to is the business dependent on you personally to either operate or grow. And that's really the essence of a cell will come if the answer to that is no then. It's definitely helped. I said if i. I have a photography business on not the photographer on not doing this aisles. But on behind the scenes you know maybe doing the marketing. But i have a system in place to do that. Marketing to bring the clients in. Is that still a syllable business. Absolutely all i absolutely. Yeah yeah again. There's three types of buyers and for the most part i think your listeners will be best served by what's called an individual investor so the three types of buyers in rare individual investors private equity groups strategic acquires private equity groups of strategic choirs generally acquire much larger businesses individual investors are effectively buying job. So what they're looking for is a business that consistently generates profits without the owner having to do the work. And if that's the scenario and they're looking to for example move into a certain country. A certain city perhaps moving to a certain industry that there are sort of enamored by again. That's the first step. The second step is can this business. Will the business continue once. I write a check to the owner. 'cause once somebody writes you a check for your business your attention get strong away
"three types" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Is the p. t. pine cast are liz jones back for round number. Two of these half pint. Episodes was challenged not long ago to try And see how many days in a row. I could string together. Livestreams it really forces you to think it forces you to come up with things that you're passionate about I did that yesterday with a. I wouldn't say a brand but a talk on paying attention and spending time with those phrases meant to me. Take a listen to that if you're missing fort Subscribe to the show at pt. Podcast on the socials in the podcast. Free always spotify. I tunes google podcasts. The whole nine tonight. I wanna talk about an exchange of abundance and the question is clinically communications wise. Which is something i'm passionate about. Are you offering an exchange of abundance. The first i ever heard about this topic was actually Last last large practice. That i got to work with which was Fox rehabilitation entre. Tim fox so i. I've gotta i've gotta let you know what these types of exchanges are. And then i want you to ask yourself. Are you offering an exchange of abundance because you should be. You need to be. If you'd like to have your practice or clinical practice your business anything Set for the long haul so three types of exchanges one is a negative type of exchange a criminal exchange as it as it would be. That's where you've given someone your time or your money to things. That are very very valuable. Time more than money and you walked away feeling like i just. I didn't get out what i put in. I didn't get out. What i thought i was going to get. I love giving this example You go to a movie someone finds out you went to that movie and they say hey how was it and you're like well. There's two hours of my life not getting back. That is a criminal exchange right. that is a negative exchange. If you have this type of exchange with your patients with your customers clients whatever you wanna call people that you interact you try to serve. You will not be around for very long. people will come in. They will expect something. They will not get it. They will leave and they will shout it from the rooftops. that is a negative exchange. A criminal exchange you feel robbed in the movie example. There's two hours. And i don't even know how much movie it's gonna cost when we start going back to movie theaters but That's two hours of your life and a decent chunk of change. You're not going to get back and you bought in. You saw the trailers you expected something and you got less a negative exchange. So that's the first type of three. Here's number two. This sort of an even exchange are neutral exchange. I like to think about it all right. That's is where you expected something and did you get that. I almost want to do my seinfeld impression. But i won't 'cause it's horrible but yeah it sorta sounds like leno leno like you know i guess it was even anybody who has ever played baseball. Who played softball. You understand this type of exchange ball hits the first basements glove the exact second that the run her going to first touches the bag tie goes to the runner. And you're like well that's that's a neutral exchange. Not if you're playing defense it's not. That sucks that sucks man. But that's what we say. It's an even exchange so you expected something and you got like you know what would you say about it. You're not going to bitch and moan and rant like you would if you experience a negative interaction a negative exchange but this is almost like man this is. This is just as bad. I feel like tiger the runner. That's what you want. People know you bell tough scale business. Tough stick around if you're having neutral exchanges with people so i mentioned three types of exchanges. And here's the question i'm asking are you offering. Are you giving. Are you fulfilling and exchange of abundance. That's the one you want to be offering to be giving to be known for and trust me. If you're offering exchange of abundance you will be known for this. A good example of a recent exchange of abundance that i've talked about ad nauseam the pandemic here in the last year which i think a lot of people did sir rodney regularly and it was great right. The people showed up. Set it up and did not leave until that bike was operating. That was great. They could've just dropped it off in a couple of parts and been like well. We did it. We check the box that would have been neutral exchange. it wasn't. They bought it into the house. They made sure it was working. Are you satisfied as good questions. We'll stick around but did not seem rushed. This felt like hey this is concierge service. I pay decent chunk of change for peleton. Pike and i am getting what i thought and a little bit more. Didn't see this coming so that felt good. I told people this is great. This is a good experience. I couldn't wait to get on that bike not better. I've been alan keyes. Put this damn thing together. No peleton thought about that and they were like yeah. We need this person. Drp eighteen hundred bucks on a bike to not only have a neutral exchange. We want them to have an exchange of abundance so they talk about it and when they when someone says appellate peleton. How's that experience going. Oh god it was great. It was smooth sailing on the bike. Peleton did not stop there with their exchange of abundance spoiler alert. If you're writing peleton and you have not yet hit your one hundred ride. Pause listen right now at the one hundred ride. I got an email asking me Details just clarifying your mailing address and your t shirts is so i was like oh. What's this two three days later. A really really nice quality right nothing shoddy a nice quality t shirt that really fit me and it says peleton across the front on a sleeve it says one hundred ruts. That is an exchange of abundance. They didn't ask me. Hey do you wanna buy the one hundred ride t shirt. Because i probably paid for the teacher a couple times over because it's an eighteen hundred plus forty bucks a month. Why would they do. This exchange abundance. I'm talking about it. I told people. I'm wearing it and not only wearing it. You're wearing it with pride. You're walking around. I earn diss. What peleton is doing with this example of an exchange of abundance is. They're saying you're part of this this club. You're with us so the next time peleton comes out with something whether it be an initiative. They've got the peleton tread and stuff like they've they're always adding to it. You remember that feeling that taste in your mouth of the interactions that you had with peleton. The delivery of the bike that surprise and delight as sometimes in communications and marketing. We'll call it this thing that you didn't have to do but man that seven t shirt right when they're bide on scale that seven dollar t shirt is probably worth it. Because i've talked about a dozen times not including this livestream so they've gotten their seven bucks out of it because what if it leads to one extra bike sale in my little social social circle. There's an exchange of so now we come to you. this episode is about you not just about these exchanges. Are you offering an exchange of abundance if someone was going to write a review about your physical therapy practice. What would you want the headline to be. If they were going to write a review. What would you want them to say..
How Are Rocks Formed?
"Rocks made how are they formed. Bees is most important question. Thank you for asking to know how rocks are made. Maybe i have to tell you about the things that make these rocks. You know so. In a way i want to talk about where and how rockstar allies if you think of them are having lives than we talk about them starting their lifestyles like babies. Although they aren't alive just to be clear that not alive yes. They're not alive okay. We've established that rocks are not alive however they do have different stages and hendra says it's kind of easier to understand if you think about it a little bit like a life with different stages like baby child older adult and i hope you're not listening to this while you wait for or lunch or dinner or something because the way hendra describes the early stages of the three main types of rocks. Well it just might make you a little hungry like take this first group of rocks fresh raw start. That lies like very hard runny. Yummy creamy soup. The soup is called magma. Makes me want to eat okay. We'll do that later. Yeah you do not wanna put magma in your mouth though. No don't do that. it is hot bed. we'll call it the ronnie yummy rock soup. Okay let's just call it dirani yummy rock sue. The second rob start their lives in a different way any candy bit. Don't eat rocks but we call them. Sediments i was saying to call them sediments. I will call them. Tiny weeny rob bits. Because i just like it right and then the third type of rocks the start as stretchy band play do called proto
Why Does Sex Die Out in Long-Term Relationships?
"Hi rain thank you so much for joining us on the show today and you so much for having me today. We're gonna talk about sex in. We're going to talk about why it dies out in long term relationships and then the three types of sex and understanding those three types that you breakdown and how that can help us not reframe. How sex dies out. So why don't we start with having you tell us in our listeners. Why sex loses. Its bang from those first few months when you're together with someone new yes. This is a phenomenon that pretty much. All couples experience all around the world. Then they get to see that with my clients. Come from all over the. Us from australia. All of europe asia and doesn't amazing phenomena that the section of is hashing. It it's exciting. Can't keep our hands off each other. And then as drift happens once the couple gets into a more intense relationship more committed relationship. There's more responsibilities. Like children and the passions starts to die out. And i know from my own experience as a vendor working with couples folks who go through this. How confusing this. How come we were so excited. And passionate verge on the in the beginning and our love and our relationship seems so easy and now we just feel like roommates at best or worst fighting with each other. And so what i have seen and myself and my own couple. The couples i work with is that this is a really natural phenomenon. And it's nothing to be scared about and it's something that happens for good reasons for biological reasons and a call to action for couples. You really learn differently.
Love and Why Intimacy Matters
"Love and why intimacy matters. What does intimacy matter when it comes to love. And what is intimacy while lemme. I look at how the dictionary defines intimacy. The oxford dictionary defines intimacy as close familiarity of friendship. A closeness togetherness there an affinity a report on attachment familiarity on the other hand intimacy also is defining terms other than just physical attachment in different specific types of intimacy. The first one is emotional. Intimacy the kind you have when you're able to share your feelings emotions and thoughts. Sometimes this can be hard to do our due to trust issues or how long you have known the person or if you're even someone who is able to share and be vulnerable to someone else. The second type of intimacy is intellectual intimacy. And this happens when you are able to talk about different points of view in topics without becoming. Oh creating conflict I think this is the achieved when both people in the relationship see themselves in as individuals with salad. Important points of view. The third type of intimacy is experiential. And this is where you begin to have certain experiences that become your own your memories together the things you have done together mid this is like when you look at a couple and you see them looking at each other and they have. That looked no worse. have to be spoken. Something about their journey has made them know each other well enough and it's a sharing that only they can understand. The fourth is a spiritual intimacy for some. It is the sharing of certain religious experiences. But also what would be considered spiritual such as yoga. Meditation quiet time together stargazing waiting for the sun to rise therefore into intimacy is important to love because in my opinion. Love has to have all this. This doesn't mean that every area is equally the same in every relationship and therefore love is not real. It's just means that we should be able to have at least some parts of each of these parts of intimacy in a loving and caring relationship. I believe that love is less than perfect and each of us are on a journey and that we can grow and learn from each other and that this is more or less how love works well for now remember that although life may bring you many storms love always
Can Dogs Be a Prescription for Better Health
"One thing that learned from the wolves. The death spent a lot of time playing three type of games. The games are chasing wrestling and tug of war. When you think about the skills that they need to master in order to be good hunters is to chase the animal directly to the ground grabbing the leg rubbing the neck and then to tag tag on the neck to kill it and then to rip it to pieces so they can eat so when we look at dogs all play chasing wrestling war now if we look at any sport let's look at the nba or football. Everybody of the position. Dan not all doing the same that everybody else want. He's a point guard one center one day with tom. Brady's role ease of quarterback so dogs are one of them. Some of them going to be really good at chasing some of them going to be really good at at wrestling. Some of them really going to be a tug of war. So when i work with people that tell me. My dog is tugging at my role being the morning immediately. I know the dog is inviting his parents to play a game of tug of war casino. You can win that game the way human toddler or five year old is going to invite you to play the computer game that they know they can win it. They know they're going to kick your butt. It right talks at the same. So when i go back to that klein. It does me the doggy stealing socks in what he's doing with his socks. Iran's away and ascend what do you do when he runs away with his song. He says after. Stop working and chasing anything thing. Ding ding denniston. Is that a dog training problem. No it's a relationship problem and instead the dog wants you to pay attention to him and the owner tells me. But i'm here an icee liza clear here but you're not prison to the relationship. You're not present to you dog. How many relationships do you know where people are completely with each other. I've no idea nothing about each other is no nothing going on between them and i said the only time did dog gets you to be engaged with him. He's when he standing socks and he got it and he says so. What do i do so clearly. The talk training that the is done before was correcting the dog but the problem was that they did not find another way to do what to meet. The dogs needs. If i need a core need is not going to be. Mitt you can get rid of a need is not a preference speak to the dogs and human beings you got it. We need to meet the needs. They'll odd the only way for a dog to meet. The need of interaction is to go into depression and it was a young alive. Happy dog there was no way he would do that. And also the owner was a sweetheart. Incorrect is the way data. Trainers told him to do and god so i showed him how to play games. That met the dog needs those based on these three me Wrestling and tug of war where he was engaged once he made the dog needs. He now had the right to say now. I'm busy working amid to needs not all going to spend all day with you and within couple of these. The problem was fixed because a lot of people in that situation feel like. Oh if i played along with their that's not on my terms of walking the dog around the block and when it needs to poop and pee and other stuff then just want gonna want to do that all day. That's true but you ever right. You don't ever i to tell the dog no more just the way you would tell china more if you. I have been made their needs. Do you see what i'm saying. Absolutely and they need sign any relationship. It's like i see believe me what people tell me about the relationship with each other about the intimate stuff and i'm looking and i'm like how do you expect your husband to stay with you. If you have not been with him for over a decade romantically
Using LinkedIn to build your business and brand with Scott Aaron
"I'd love to do. We're going to deeper into linked jan and how you've been leveraging in using it because what we're saying to people is look leave untapped opportunity on link jin to really take the time now to build those connections because the seeds that you start to so now i going to come as you develop a nurture that just like farming going to seed and sprout and what you do now is going to impact many months down the track which is cost. Scott is what happened she you but before we move on sometimes we do need to plow that field a little bit talk about some of the ways that you overcame some of those obstacles new sites. Actually you'll superpower because sometimes when we are sitting in that situation off want now. Everything feels and seems hopeless. We're not able to take on any new learnings. That really could be the solution to moving forward because what happened to you. of course. it's taken that trajectory in a whole other area. Which now you'll specializing in. So what are a few words of advice some insights maybe around becoming obstacles that that becomes a superpower being resilient and that that can sort of late to successes and then i think jive deeper into to the link. Jim but what are some Insights you wanna share here. Well it actually. It all came about two different things so just four and a half years ago. I filed for personal bankruptcy. And i am i i. I don't believe you can go any lower. The net point now to preface. That i had a successful coaching practice. I had a successful online wellness practice but the gym was failing. It was losing about three thousand dollars a month. I was the personal guarantor of the lease and for business owners. That don't know what that means. When you're the personal guarantor of the lease your financially responsible for every dollar. It's owed on that least whether it succeeds or fails and that was about four hundred and fifty thousand dollars of liability debt. That was in my name. And i met with my business attorney and he said listen. You got two choices. You can continue having your two successful businesses fund. You're failing one or you can file for personal. Bankruptcy have cleaned sate slate and start your life now and when he painted that picture for me. There was no hesitation. A lot of people. That may be here that they're like all my guide. I might be faced with filing for bankruptcy. I didn't hear your life is going to be over. I heard your life is about to begin. Because this emory this was my opportunity over an eighteen year period that i was finally able to start doing things on my own my own way painting the picture that i wanted to paint carving the path that i wanted to carve people think that life is a straight line. Life is not a straight line there. Are you know again. We're in a very unprecedented time rate now in globally a lot of people have. There's been a lot loss. There's been lives lost. There's been Relationships lost there's been memories and precious time with loved ones that are lost but again we've all been through our own form of personal pandemics whether it's divorce whether it's bankruptcy whether it's cutting ties with family member whatever it is but the one thing that always kept me going was knowing that i couldn't control anything that has happened. Can't control it. It's early in the past. And i can't worry too much about the future because it hasn't happened yet and remember reading. A book called the power of now by eckhart totally and he talks about just and and this is m read. This is my the foundation. That i always come back to whenever there's a wall kicking moment whenever there's a hiccup with something that's going on. He says in this book. There's three types of people there's people that live in anxiety there's people that live in fear and there's people that live in peace. The people that live in anxiety are the ones that are constantly replaying the tapes of their past that are keeping them where they don't want to be the people that in fear are the ones that are so fearful of. What has it happened yet. They are paralyzed with what's going on right now. And then there's the people that live in peace and the people that live in peace are the ones that are living in the time period. That is the only time in our life that we can actually control which is the now the present moment which we are in rate at this time so when i started to think about that i knew no matter what was going to be thrown at me. There is a solution for every problem. And you hear it. All the time live in the solution. Don't live in the problem if it's already happened. Okay i'm going to work through this. There's a there's a way to figure this whole thing out and i had to remain grounded. And that is what's really enabled me to continue to thrive whether there's a pandemic or not it's allowed me to overcome those obstacles. I'm not saying that there is no emotional scars. We all have. We always carry around emotional scars. But it's how we process and handle them and grow from them and it's also allowed me to become resilient it's allowed me to understand and take conceptually know that no matter what the universe is throwing at me it's going to propel me to something greater and i look forward to those challenges because we are challenged when something is thrown our way and we are growing. We become better definitely and you being in the background. The jim knight building muscle. When you're lifting you tearing muscle a posh to make wine. You'll crushing those grades. And so to build resilience. You have resilience muscle. Guess what in asia guy challenges and obstacles to be able to learn and grow and because of that you'll now able to share how you you'll leveraging linking because that was something that the kind of apparent to you. Hey i can connect with all of these people. So what i've got. I've got gone in john beforehand. Is i have actually let me. Just see if i can bring this on. Looked you up on lincoln and they guy we've got. Your leak did profile so i'll go. That might be nice to have been. But you know you talk about the best use of linked into build your business and brand. What would you say have been some of the key insights. You've learned through leveraging region. Some of the how. To's that really have made a significant difference in how you have leverage in the outcomes that you and your clients are now getting through using this platform. So i called the layer cake of lincoln and the four best practices or best things that you can understand the way that i call it. A layer cake is because there's a big layer medium layer small layer and then a tiny layer and the big layer is your profile. This is this is where people get to know who you are and what you do and actually if you scroll down a little bit and maria on my profile you'll see under the highlighted the featured information rate. They're on the right hand side. There's an optimize linked in. It's it's a free download That i have where it helps. People start to optimize a pdf. That goes over the specific sections. And i always talk about making sure that you have a clear and present headshot you have a background photo that is branded to you. the about me section which is very very important and the two best tips that i can give you for the about me. Section number one Actually three making sure. It's in first person you don't want it in third person. Make sure it's in first person number to make sure it's two to three hundred words in length that is leading the reader of your profile. No here's what i do. Here's how i do it. And here's what i do for clients and finally a call to action. So is there a website you can direct them to. Is there an email. They can contact you out so if you go to the bottom of that you will see that. I put a call to action. Connect with me here. Reach out to me here. Give people somewhere to go. The experience action is also very important because the experience section. It really allows you to pudding key words and what people don't understand is there's something called seo embedded all over our profile which means search engine optimization so are linked in profile so emory if you open up another window and you just go on google and i i always do this with people and you open up another window and you just type in my name and you type in scott aaron One of the first things. That's going to come up with a google result on the first page is my latent profile. And are you talking. Yes and why. That's so powerful. So that means that you're profiles because microsoft obviously works in conjunction with yahoo with being with google so now when people are searching on google the redirected back to your page. So you can see rate there. My linked in profile is the third result on there.
Ultralight Flying With with Madison Johnston
"Let's move onto the crew's flight and first. Let's start off here madison. Because i've one of the things i'd have to say i don't know a lot about this This whole part one. Oh three type of flying so right off the bat. Let's get people to understand that and then we'll talk a little bit about why it's so much fun. So part one of three is Ultralight flying the aircraft has to weigh two hundred and fifty pounds dry so less fuel and oil. I can't carry more than five gallons of fuel and has to cruise fifty five knots it's up to the pilot and the builder to really Make sure that. The aircraft's follows that The designers do their best to designer craft. That follow those rules and fly at those speeds But in the end of the day at the end of the day it's It's up to the the pilot to make sure that that is followed. And these aircraft I've seen these over at like sun and fun and a lotta different airshows and the light sport air shows that type of thing. Usually you see ultralights there. What's really it's interesting because it looks a lot of them look like airplanes are kind of beefy other ones. There's not much to them. It's just a wing and you and the bugs and the teeth in the air. What are the common questions. That i get is You know hey his that really safe to fly in and so let's let's get that the bat right away. What do you think i mean. I know madison When you get that question. I'm sure you do often. What do you tell people when they ask. Is it safe to fly. There is safe to fly as you make them It just like it. You're certified aircraft. You've gotta do your inspections you do your walk arounds The the differences that a part one of three pilot. I'm doing the maintenance And i have to make sure that everything is good to go on that. So i mean it's a safe as i can make it And i wouldn't lie it. If i didn't feel confident in getting up in the air with it so so one. Oh three rules You actually so you. I guess do most people buy or do they build these. I will. I bought most of mine But i am in the process of building a mini mak. Sixteen fifty aeros. I bought plans while. I've been out here in afghanistan and Slowly accumulated supplies at my house to build. Get back in february But i i bought all of the aircraft That i currently on Between myself and my hanger. Buddy we have nine not including the arrows that i'm building and the two experimental aircraft that i also have That am constructing. So you're really involved.
Trauma in the Philippines asthirdmajor storm barrels through
"These southeast asian nation of the philippines has being pummeled by the third major storm in three weeks adding to the pain and suffering thousands of families typhoon vanco locally known as ulysses made landfall on wednesday night and although it's much weaker than super typhoon goni. It bought catastrophic flooding across the capital manila sprawling densely populated city. Un uses video spoke to the un migration agencies. Kristen dedi chief of mission of iowan philippines who just driven to marikina central manila began by describing the scene just hours. After the latest storm's arrival parts of manila. That are twenty meters you. The water rose to twenty one. Point five meters so really significant. I'm actually standing on the river. Bed near marikina where the floodwaters absolutely raging l. And car are being taken away. And what things did. The storm hit manila. So the rain started yesterday evening. about six o'clock in the evening it started raining quite hard and then Definitely i was awoken in two wins howling at. You know it wasn't supposed to be as it certainly wasn't the strength of typhoon rolly last week but the damage in manila is much much more severe than it was last week so i was awakened at about midnight. One o'clock in the morning took a winds howling. Rains pounding poured throughout the night so at about three thirty in the morning they raised They have a signal system here in the philippines and they raise the signal for an area called fateh kina to level three and they were doing evacuations throughout the night so yeah quite quite intense so as things stand a lot of the population was already impacted by goni and were in evacuation centers. But how has the situation changed with this new star yet. While it's absolutely astro faded. The scituate ation so the for the new storm made landfall rowley or ideas. It's known go. Knee and international did not severely affect manila but it affected the provinces of alibi and cut to anise and camera. D'or sewer And those areas were again hit extremely hard with with ulysses just coming through so it's absolutely exacerbated. The situation you had people that were evacuated. Three and three weeks is the third type. Third major tie phone In three weeks. So it's exacerbated the situation for sure now this recent one which came through last night that had the additional impact on manila and manila was not as impacted from the first two typhoons Last week and the week before. But it's been hit hard with the with this one absolutely hit hard with a lot of flooding. People are still being evacuated enough rescue boats pulling in more rescue boats to bring people loud. Government is just doing an amazing job of the red cross of additional rescues. They've really. I mean right now you could see. They're bringing a lot more rescue boats for the people in terms of any initial estimates any any indications of damage or displacement especially in manila. It's not clear yet in the middle. It's not clear i'm not. I'm not sure what the numbers are at this point. I mean it's a very it's a moving situation But it has to be in the tens of thousands in terms of damage. it's massive. But i'm not sure. I mean it's too early to calculate exactly and i'm not. I'm not aware of any fatalities at this point. I have been on news today to see what the if there have been reported casualties. I haven't seen any but The damage from the flood waters is going to be is going to be massive definitely. I mean they're having flooding levels higher than joy under a hit in two thousand nine which really devastated parts of parts of manila. Absolutely government in a stretch the quite quite skill. that's. Cincinnati stripped earthquakes from the year then from co bid and now now. Three typhoon lebron It's just up. The we feel very bad for them outside manila. How's the situation in luzon and the areas that the typhoon went through. Yeah quite quite strong. There was a lot of flooding. This typhoon brought much more flooding than the whereas typhoon rolly lot of in damage but this typhoon. People's how are they coping. One one storm iphone and another over the last few weeks detrimental evacuated three times in three weeks. They lost their homes completely I mean they're tastes. Now t percent of what you know in some of these areas where they've been evacuated multiple times The definitely suffering Kidger also particularly stressed. I mean filipinos are the most resilient people in the world. But i don't know how much more i can take to be on his.
Here Come Central Bank Digital Currencies
"I recently thought I hadn't received payment from a sponsor to the show. I reached out to them because I didn't have payment in my checking account. It turns out they had mailed me a check. The check was sent to appeal box I have in Phoenix I'M AN IDAHO I won't be able to pick up this check for weeks, and then when cash it, it'll take a number of days to clear the actually get the funds. Now the sponsor could have wired me the funds or used Ach but there, there would have been a delay as several hours to a day. They could have paid me and bitcoin or some other crypto currency. But given the volatility of Bitcoin. The amount received could be less than the amount sent after I convert the bitcoin payment into dollars. And, of course, they could have just mailed cash but then what if it got lost in the mail? Instead that the sponsor and I both had a savings account at the Federal Reserve using a digital token issued by the Fed observe. The transfer could have been sent and received instantaneously. The transaction had been verified an added to the Central Banks Ledger transactions in the central banks digital currency. Unlike a wire transfer which can cost up to twenty five dollars, the transaction would have cost little if anything. A recent survey by the Bank for International Settlements the is indicated that eighty percent of central banks are engaged some type of work related to issuing a Central Bank digital currency or CB DC. For. Short. Forty percent of central banks have progressed from conceptual research to experiments or proof of concepts. Another ten percent have developed pilot projects. And ten percent of central banks say they are likely to issue a general purpose CBC in the short term and twenty percent in the medium-term. Just this month six major central banks including the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan issued a joint report titled Central Bank Digital Currencies. Foundational principles and core features. Central, banks are thinking about this they're working on it. So in this episode, we're going to take a closer look at central bank digital currencies, their use case, their risks, and why it appears increasingly likely that we will see major central banks including the Federal Reserve issue digital currencies in the coming years. Central banks already issued two types of money and they provide infrastructure to support a third type of money. Central. Banks issue physical cash notes, and bills. They are widely accessible. You can do peer to peer payments anonymously with cash. A dollar is a Federal Reserve Note. It is a non interest bearing liability issued by the US Central Bank. That's one type of central. Bank, currency. Other central banks also issue physical cash. The second type of money that central banks issue our reserves. These are electronic deposit accounts held at the Central Bank by qualified financial institutions. Commercial banks have accounts at the Central Bank. Those accounts are denominated in central bank created money reserves. Central banks also facilitate a third type of money. This is private money. Electronic Commercial Bank deposits
A Banana a Day Keeps the Heart Disease Away
"What's the topic for this week this week? We are talking about bananas bananas. Yeah, you know, we always have that old adage of an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but we can actually add a banana into that too and banana a day may keep the heart disease away. Oh heart disease. Okay. Well, I'm listening bananas have a lot of cardiovascular health benefits because of the nutrients that are in them and here again kind of like wage. Talked about on a previous podcast of potatoes being banished right as a a food that is too high in whatever bananas have often been relegated to that category as well because they're always considered to be thinking that they're high in sugar and that sugar content is, you know too much for our you know, our blood sugar levels that but actually a bananas are actually in the office low glycemic category. Hm all different stages of ripeness. So for example, a under ripe banana, which we would basically call like a green banana. It's glycemic index level is a 30 which is really low to be low glycemic. You need to be between 1 and 55. So 30 is considered a very low glycemic if you have a slightly under ripe banana, that's yellow with a little bit of green. The GI is 42. Okay, and then in a ripe banana cake Can all yellow his fifty-one so you're kind of getting close to the 55, but it's still in the low range and then an overripe yellow flecked with brown has a GI of Forty-Eight. So all varieties of banana and no matter what type stage they're all low low glycemic. Hm. So I think that that's a you know, it's a myth that's been perpetuated and of course, you know, we have different sized bananas that you can buy. There's like really big ones during those small ones. So I always try to go with the medium sized banana cuz that's what these GI numbers are from. Well I can see why the internet just kind of grabs onto that. It's got a lot of sugar boy if we only didn't have bananas we would be better people. I don't know what the deal is but they really don't like bananas the internet. Yeah, and you know, we see that in low carb diets and those types of things that bananas are off the list but so here's a nutrient quality of bananas. They're high in vitamin K. 6 about 25% of our daily value comes from a banana and they also have vitamin C fiber 11% of our daily need for fiber is from a banana. And of course, they're very rich in potassium. Oh, that's that a medium sized banana has about four hundred milligrams of potassium. So I'm not good for our emotional health isn't that potassium is good for a number of things but really good for the cardiovascular system potassium is also an electrolyte so long we need it to have fluid balance within our body kind of has an electrolyte is something that has like a little electrical charge within the body. So it it actually takes care of our own nervous system all of the nerve impulses that we have. So potassium's important for that. But in terms of cardiovascular health are actually three different ways that bananas help. So the first one off It has to do with the potassium content because potassium is a mineral for maintaining normal blood pressure and heart function. And so the inclusion of bananas can help prevent high blood pressure and protect against atherosclerosis, which is basically atherosclerosis is like when you have inflammation in the arteries and they constrict and oftentimes cholesterol buildup can occur because of that so that's really important a second cardiovascular benefit from bananas involves their content of something called sterols. So bananas are there's no fat food, but one type of fat they do have are small amounts of these compounds called sterols, like saitou sterile campus sterile and stigma sterile and they look structurally similar to cholesterol. So when we say sterile people might not think of cholesterol, but cholesterol is a type of sterile as well. They're they're all similar compounds month. Literally, so these plant sterols because they are structurally similar to cholesterol. They can block the absorption of dietary cholesterol. So if you if you have some cholesterol in your meal, but you also have eaten a banana along with it though sterols and the banana May block the absorption of some of that other cholesterol from your meal off then that helps keep your blood cholesterol levels in check. Wow, so that's and that's another you know, really important aspect of having plant Foods in the diet as a lot of plant Foods off kardos have sterols and them as well and that's like avocados are known to be a cholesterol-lowering food because of their sterile content and then a third type of cardiovascular benefit from banana juice is has to do with their fiber content. I probably talked about this before but bananas are really good source of something called soluble fiber which fiber dissolves in a Fluidity Waters that are you know, from foods that are coming through your digestive tract. So it forms kind of like a gel in a way. I always like to use an example of cuz people can use this visual what happens when you put chia seeds with water. They they absorb the water and they jell up they make like a almost like a gel and so that's happening in your intestine when you have soluble fiber in your diet. So bananas have a lot of soluble fiber and what that does is it attracts cholesterol to it and it also attracts even some of the carbohydrates and sugars from the meal. It tracks them into that gel and then they don't get absorbed into your bloodstream. They stay in the stool and then they are eliminated through the bowel movement rather than actually having them into the bloodstream. So that's how soluble fiber manages our blood sugar and manages our cholesterol levels. So that's you know, some bananas man. They're really good. Yep. Really good, they also so something really interesting with athletic performance that I found information on about the banana. So the name of a unique mix of vitamins minerals and the low glycemic carbohydrates making them a favorite fruit among athletes a study of distance cyclists found that eating the equivalent of about one half of a banana every 15 minutes of a 3-hour race was just as good as keeping energy levels steady as drinking an equivalent amount of a carbohydrate and minerals from a processed
"three types" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"They would talk about the three types of depression during the cove. It one is the physical aspect. That you can't be a physically active as you were during her before the pandemic Mental depression. Many of you are experiencing from being indoors or having social distance between you and loved ones and friends and co workers or just a state of affairs. Economically. Then there's the third type of depression and that's the Depression of your immune system. Some improper lifestyle habits and choices or maybe environmental pollutants, air come contamination or maybe just a pre existing condition or disease, So we need to be aware and address every type of depression. Help us do that, Especially when it comes to depressing the immune system. Dr. Mark Taylor, PhD, a regular contributor to Dr Health Radio, and We welcome him to the doctor. Health radio microphones this morning. Good morning, Dr Keller held a health Are you I'm doing pretty good. How about yourself, David? Excellent. Thanks. Now I want you to help our listeners help them be immune to catching any kind of virus except for maybe the good health virus that that would be allowable permissible that most viruses. I mean, there's there's a lot of viruses that don't Inspector helped adversely, but course we're talking about the ones that are and how we can bulletproof ourselves against those Now I know that it's not just a matter of taking a prescription drug and over the counter drug and over the counter supplement. It's doing all the things that you need to do to keep them in systems trunk or where would you start as a practitioner? Yeah, You know that. I think a really important question, particularly as you kind of lead into with the days and times that we're currently living in one thing I would kind of take a little exception to is that I don't know The goal really is the bulletproof our immune system. I think it's one to create a healthy resilience and army in system, meaning one can adapt and deal with and learn and go on. I don't know that getting the occasional cold or flu is necessarily a bad thing. Or a sign that one's own isn't working. It's just maybe the severity of it doesn't need to be what it's doing. And there is actually some research suggesting that people who never get sick Ah later in life, Oftentimes we'll have more serious conditions hit them. So there is something to be said that kind of the ups and downs and stresses and strains of day to day life. It's being resilient and being able to you know the deal with it without a crippling us or, you know, putting us in bed for weeks or whatever. It may be So right, right? It's kind of like the Goldilocks factor or that that little balance or that kind of in between Just just right, but not too much. Not too little challenge your immune system in other words, but don't overwhelm it on don't because there are also studies finding that people who were sick and their younger years or with congenital diseases difficulties, etcetera. They? They're weaker and there later later in life, But it depends on how, uh how, major, or you know how. How much of a chronic condition it wass or how much of a challenge it was against the immune system. So yeah, that's a good point you you make. I think that will be our word for the our resilience. Is what you want, not only in on a physical level, but on all levels, you know, talk about the three types of depression. We definitely want mental resilience as well as physical and emotional resilience from noon. Resilience is what you're talking about. Now. I know that you know, just recently that President Trump was taking Think and vitamin C and D and Dr Anthony Fauci admitted that he takes those himself as well as recommends them on. And, of course, Dr Rise early this year. He came out with five supplements during the Coming crisis that everybody must, however, that he recommended everybody have a hand right at him. And that is why I don't see most important vitamin vitamin D is ink. Elderberry and one that hasn't gotten onto the national radar. Beta glue can and I know you have a lot of research on that Beta group can being Hermes. It's from oats. Have it certain foods on DH extracts, have it Not has a major impact on enhancing the ability of immune system to fight off viruses and and quickly recognized foreign challenges and fight them. So can you speak to that? Please? Absolutely, you know, basically can is a term that gets thrown around a lot and unabated. Lucan is kind of speaking simply. It's a serious of Polly Sacha rides, which are serious of sugar is all bound together. Eternally bound to some sort of a protein. But it depends on the source and things that we're talking about. And as you mentioned, you confined him in lots of food there in grains, oat surprise, the most notorious example of that the active constituents or one of the main active constituents and mushrooms, and you and I have talked about mushrooms a number of times on the show about how beneficial they are. Katie Glueck, ensuring that category on then there's the Baker's yeast beta glue can on and specifically, it's the one by immune health basics. And, um, you know, I know people tend to think, OK, you know they're Brandon and stuff like that. We're doing the sales pitch and stuff. But you know when we're talking about certain types of things, you know we could talk about vitamins eternally and most people's vitamin C is pretty similar. There's Corby casted in two different variations. You get buffered you can add things to it. You know, but there's only so much you could do with it, but with beta glucose, and it's very specific. You want molecules that are the right size. You want molecules that contain the right shape and structure. That's going allowed to interact with your body and your system. And then that in Faras, baby blue cans go. It's related to what it called branching little arms or tentacles that reach out from this molecule that actually buying to yourselves and then stimulate the response that you're looking for. So it's all about, you know, the right bait of Luke and with the white right size, shape and structure and everything, And the reason I think immune health basics Beta glue can stands out. His first and foremost is I think they've spent over $300 million on research on this. And allows an incredible drug and the parent company is actually also trying to formulate a pharmaceutical from this, but thankfully, we have one that's available in health food stores. Called immune Health Basics, which has his beta glue can in it, which is supported by again a massive amount of research and in that research, and as someone who's been in this, you know this feeling this business as a practitioner and retail and consulting and things for A lot longer than I want to publicly confess to. Ah, you know, it's so important that they have not just this dollar spend, but they have over a dozen human, clinical double blind, placebo controlled studies. And there are very few natural remedies out there that can come anywhere close to this farce, Having you know the diversity of the research, and then all these double blind placebo controlled studies. There are hundreds, if not thousands of thousands of different immune products are out there and help food stores. You know, it can get quite literally in the last six months. I mean, you know, I think it's doubled in the last six months here eight months when the question I was asking how many of those products actually have human clinical trials? That have been done with him, And I think that's the one thing that makes immune health basics really stand out and shine. And one of their formulas. Tio Since you were talking about products is called defense, and it talks about the other nutrients we're talking about for the immune health and and our immune system it contains. Besides the Beta group can the well immune beta group can. It also has the vitamin C the D three. The sink..
"three types" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I have no solution for covering it up with medication, But we turned it all around from now He's gonna have a great life. So if you want to come to that workshop, call 6153330056 leave your name and number And we will give you a call back or what you're doing is you call into a voicemail? There is nobody at the office right now. But on Monday I'll have my staff call you back and reserve yours your seat. All right. So we've been talking about the inflammation are we're talking about Arthritis, which causes inflammation. We talked about to type three types of arthritis. One was the rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease, osteoarthritis that's just wearing and tearing on the joints and you get the arthritis. We talked about Gaudi arthritis. That's too much uric acid in the blood stream and that can be handled with fast food. Liquid. Ah, and then we talked about mimicking the arthritis, which is your liver. Your liver can mimic and make you think you have arthritis, Especially in the morning If you wake up stiff in the morning, and you're okay throughout today, you ah probably have a liver problem, not necessarily arthritis. Now my office. We sort through all of that, and matter of fact, we have a a special coming up. Well, it's not coming up. It's here right now. And it's called the arthritis awareness and that's arthritis Awareness Week. So in Because of them. We actually have a special will be running this at the workshop. You can come to the workshop. Get all the information and you still get the special and what it is is we're going to do Ah, Blood test. We're going to do a C reactive protein to look for inflammation in the body would do Homocysteine Sze, which is another way of checking for inflammation, and we've got markers in there for rheumatoid arthritis. The normal fee on that's $135. But if you want to call my office or you want to come to the workshop, it's reduced down to $135. So you're gonna get the blood test and the full functional evaluation along with them. So that's a great deal. Ah, normal value on that is for $135. All you have to do is just call my office 615333. 0056. If you can't come to the workshop, then just tell him. Hey, I'd like to participate in the arthritis awareness, Get my blood tests and have my evaluation. And leave your name number and we will give you a call and get you scheduled for that. You don't have to come in on Monday. You just have to call by Monday by five PM after 5 P.m. on Monday. It's all over with unless you're scheduled for the workshop on the next day, which is Tuesday. So what we want to do is we've gotta watch out for some foods. There are foods that will flare up. A, um, arthritis, which is foods like corn oil will increase. Your Omega six is and and that's not what we want. Increasing the Omega six is which we get tons of those. What we want is Omega three, so to bring down inflammation, but Omega six is in the joints increases. The joint can also get you to gain weight. And a lot of that's found in corn oil. Nobody should be. You're using corn oil anyways corn oil to make corn oil. They used toxins and all corn. All commercial corn is now GMO. We all we know that all commercial corners GMO, so if you're going to use any corn Like eating corn. It needs to be organic corn. So corn oil is not one that we want to use just because they used toxins to use it. But if you were using it, get rid of it. Ah! Cause it has too much Omega's six fatty acids. And if you had arthritis, you gonna have a problem. Of course you want to avoid fried foods, fast foods, processed foods. Samantha, you don't eat any of those. Do you? No know. Okay, good. They all has trans fats in there. Which guess what they trigger inflammation. Ah! Assault. You do have to be a little careful with salt, especially if you'd taken medication like steroids for the rheumatoid arthritis. The steroids can make you hold salt longer. So you do need to be careful with that. But as we know there is one Saul. Nobody should use and that is table salt. It's a man made salt. It's the wrong racial for our body. And what they do is they put in some What do they put in salt? You don't know That's not a question for me. Yes, they put in some iodine in salt is what they do in table salt. You gonna know all these things so that you don't eat this stuff? What we want you to eat is sea Salt Sea salt has 70 different minerals and it has electrolytes. Most people can.
"three types" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The Mets 30 man roster got released. And if we thought that Peterson was going to be an option for the fifth starter role? Well, he didn't make the 30 man. How do you think they're going to the Mets? That is John. How are they gonna make up for Marcus Stroman if he has to miss several turns to the rotation. Yeah, That's a problem. Maggie Stroman was a big part of that special all the more so after Syndergaard went down And, Yeah, I thought maybe they give Peterson a shot. He had a pretty I was in spring training. And yes, I know what you guys there, and he had a pretty impressive spring training his glass. He was up a little bit. Um, and I guess he's looked pretty good so far, and he's And the scrimmages and things I thought they might give him a chance. Big Oswald is basically a number five starter and the issue for me is This team doesn't need a number five starter. They need a number two starter now just basically replaced Roman because, yeah, yeah, I know There's been some buzz about match, but I'm not sure he's really take that step and being being number two guy. So that brings you back to Seth Luego. I think you guys have talked about it. I look, I know how value is in that pen. I thought he was He was key to their renaissance in the second half last year. So it would be a gamble to take him out of there. But he's also a guy. I just seen online that game you have a night and he's got the weapons he's got. He's got it. He's got three pitches. And he wants to be a starter. So I think he's a guy that could give you that. Maybe at peak is number two or at worst number three type starter. This location's gonna be better. I mean, yeah, the bullpen is a is a major issue. But if that bullpen can't help you if you're down No. 53 in every game or at least summer again. So I do think I would really think about brain giving you go try it after random up, get him soon. He's not gonna be ready to go five inch right away, honestly, but I think that's their best option and you've got to hope for the best. You're going to need bounce back years, no matter what. From Diaz and Familia, and you hope the cancer's is what he's supposed to be on. But I think I would take that chance for now, anyway. Yeah, it goes John. If you were to pick one or the other that has a really good offensive year this year for the Mets, Kano or suspicious Where you going? Ah! He likes my look that hard. I think they could both the bounce back. I, um I think I have to go. Ah. I have to go separate because I still think He's a guy. I think he's just got such that you watch him He's got. I think the fast twitch muscles still there more silver than Kano, I think cannot. We're seeing the aging process take place. I think what if it's still there for him? If you could just stay healthy, So 60 games mostly is D h. I give him a better chance to put up big numbers in Canal. I guess I guess that's what I'm coping there. And that's an issue when I was going to be, and I was going to be in your number three hitter that can't happen. I mean, come on that I know, Roland said. It was only for two. Getting more bats in that better be the case and then not be bloody bandwagon and still trying to make good on this trade, because they're past that this team is better than that. The lineup is too good. You can't have Kano and especially in that lineup when you don't know what you're getting for me to work. Get John Harper's our guests, and you're right, John. I mean, I think that they They know that the core of the team is they these young guys right? They understand that. I just wonder how long it may take like if Kano's not hitting right. How long is it before you see him get dropped in the lineup. Get bench. Maybe. Like, how long do you think that's going to be Because you know, as we've said this many times every games like a Siri's. Yeah, that's gonna be a tough call, because you know we saw it happened last year, and maybe the injuries to his hands were part of it. He did hit better late in the year. But, yeah, I mean, that's every game every game every I mean, again. Maybe some of you come back to expand the playoffs. But even then, and that you're gonna have a fight on their hands in that division. You got four teams that could win it. So, yeah, I think managers have to manage with more sense of urgency on whether it's your loss. Making out the lineup are two collaborative effort as we expect. I think that's still going to be That could put a young manager in a difficult spot. If even if, if he and the front office decides, you know, we've seen it. We're seeing enough here. You know, you've got to make that that that would not be an easy conversation for a guy like well, how can always been can always a fan of his, and I just pushed for him to be the manager after they hoped Ultron thing. And they had that conversation say we're going. We're going to start giving ah, some other guy's time and second base or whatever it is so I do think I got a really strong impression of Real housewives in spring training. I think he is quiet, confident young guy who's got a lot of variances in managing the miners. Grew up around around a game with his father, as we know Felipe Alou. But still those kind of those kind of things are not something he could. He could have, really, you know, had any kind of experience that that that will test him. Saturnian game stuff we out goes with him. Tony John Harper is so why give Harper lot credit is last year before the start of the baseball season, Harp usually puts out a column on this. And why.
"three types" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC news I'm Richard Cantu all four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's killing in custody are now in custody themselves Minnesota's Attorney General upgraded the charge against Derek shop in the second degree murder and charged the other three with aiding and abetting this is a a big upgrade in the charge most states don't have three degrees of murder Minnesota is one of only a handful of states that that has three types of murder as opposed to but this really moves it from affected leap and unintentional murder to an intentional walk ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams police reform on many people's minds including former president Obama there is a change in mindset that's taking place a greater recognition that we can do better he wants every mayor in the country to review police use of force policies and commit to report on planned reforms at the White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany says reform is on their radar there's been discussion of various proposals that we can look at but no announcements on that front just yet defense secretary mark esper finds himself at odds with his boss over how to handle George Floyd related unrest offense secretariats were challenging the president on a threat to send U. S. troops in against protesters I do not support invoking the insurrection act but will that lead to S. were being fired by the president spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany not saying what the president will do as of right now secretary esper still secretary aspirin I see the president lose faith we will all learn about that sometime in the future Andy field ABC news Washington university of Michigan environmentalists are predicting a larger than average oxygen depleted dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico hi rivers in high levels of nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural and urban runoff the cause but the predicted size of the area this year with too little oxygen for marine life is nowhere near record you're listening to ABC news Keighley news radio time is twelve oh two Greenwood village police say a multi vehicle crash on northbound I. twenty five just past a rebel road exit close the interstate for hours officers say there was a total of seven vehicles involved in the crash two of the motorcycles one of the drivers on the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene the other motorcyclist was transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries a bill being introduced at the state capitol yesterday aims to address police accountability the bill would remove qualified immunity for police officers and require all police to wear body cameras state representative Leslie Herod tells KOAA news radio it also requires officers and act in order to stop the role and who might be doing wrong intervene during the event and or report afterwards if they don't they will be held Jackson pliable she says the bill is not anti police it's meant to weed out the few that make the majority of police officers look bad jury bell Kaylee newsradio Denver's curfew in effect till five AM the person issuing the curfew this week mayor Michael Hancock releasing a video on Twitter joining protesters walking the streets in Denver last night.
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"three types" Discussed on The Site Shed
"I'll check all the screws and make sure everything's dialed in right. I think we see a lot of guys. They sort of have a mindset as well with a lot. Well that's great but I I don't really have the capacity to deliver on that like I'm not interested in going out and tighten screws on a day when I'm out off jobs building houses bowl butter. I like there's create value around that like you're not you're not just lying. You're not lying to the customer. There are little things gosh like. I walked out my father-in-law they're redoing their kitchen. They put cabinets in in before they put in cabinets in. I was undoing all the bolts on the cabinets or the screws and like all of them were loose like they were even tighter like JP falling off. And I was like. Here's somebody just came out and check these for people. Here's taking off like a little piece of work off of their plate for on and it gives you an opportunity to say. Hey you know what I noticed that your cabinets like a pain starting to off like reloaded. You're repainting job for you guys am because you're a member you get ten percent off of that. Aca so I mean we gotta talk a little bit about in the next episode selling these membership programs. I think that's something that we should bring up. How had to actually approach that conversation? Once you've delivered on a project to say build a deck that had a waxy cell like John Gallagher Value Service to these people before we close off his episode on a. You mentioned there was like sort of a hybrid model. What is what's that about. We kinda already hit it on it. So it's basically taking the discount model which is just selling a discount services in the service agreement model and putting together the two. That's like the old. That's the one I always tried. Tell people might get to that. So.
"three types" Discussed on The Site Shed
"They only were offering free shipping. But if you look at their prime membership now it's stacked with so much worse stuff really. It's like a club right like you're you're getting so much more stuff than just free shipping. So you feel you feel about you feel more value being like just more valuable to be a member of that club versus just getting a free shipping or understanding those two discounted tune-ups because your pre pain okay. So you mentioned a discount plan now. We've always said obtain always toilet paper. Would it be wary of discounting because of the United? The devalues proximal this kind of stuff. Tell me about a discount plan. Yeah I'm I'm totally apart with you on that. Like I hate like I come from the bike industry. Where discounting your products and services like. You're not making anything as a business. Owner wrong start discounting but I've also moved into the marketing and online business industry and software industry where discounting is everywhere and I've really learned a lot about the actual point of this county in the power of this county and I was wary at first tube. Basically the discount model is well first off before you even offer a discount. You should raise your prices right. Don't discount based off of what you currently have. You should raise their prices ten fifteen. I've even help. People raise their prices thirty percent and then discount fifteen percent and they're actually making fifteen percent more than what they were before some new. What is a discount discount? Plan a very simple. It's just an annual fee that.
"three types" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Helps you understand what the membership program is so service agreement is basically. You're agreeing to provide a certain amount services in exchange for an annual up-front fee. So you're like a good example. Hvac you paid two hundred dollars a year. The customer pays two hundred dollars a year and they get to tune-ups per year right. So that's a service agreement now a A membership is basically taking that service agreement and creating an offer So that the problem with just a service agreement is your just like every other contractor or service company. You'RE YOU'RE COMMODITY. You're just selling a service right and the best way to get out of being a commodity is becoming or creating an offer selling offer in so selling memberships going to increase that perceived value. What you're selling and it's going to create something like it's GonNa be something versus like. Hey I'm just agreeing to get to tune-ups per year it's more value to the customer. And so what? I'm and you'RE GONNA get paid but never actually thought of that. I thought that was fixed will be the same thing. I wear a service agreement is you're going to go out and several. Somebody's high twice a year whenever I membership is what it's an offer. It's it's those two things plus. Hey let's let's add. Let's add some value by providing no after our billing and and we're finding a lot of companies are still calling it service agreement in adding those things in there. You know people can argue and say that it's the same thing membership is it's like you're you're adding more value so so you can add like you know. After hours billing service service you can do extended service warranties. You could do discount additional discount par services. Some of the guys we've worked with. We've helped them. Negotiate deals with other contractors..
"three types" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Business. And we were talking and I was going to China with him and he he mentioned like service agreements and I was like what is that and I realize like wow. These are very similar but I've kind of learned some things that I think could improve service agreements and so. That's kind of how I got into. I started helping other service businesses. Create this and I've launched it for my own service business and I've helped i. I was thinking about how many people I've helping help close two thousand businesses. We generated over ten million dollars in in recurring revenue while now this last year with our software that we've created we've generated close to this month. Costa Twenty twenty thousand dollars in recurring revenue. That's not me. That's not my business. That's business as we've helped generate that much revenue so saw we've broken this down into three K. topics. He the first episode. We're GONNA be talking about what memberships programs I and the three different tops programs in the second episode. We're GONNA be talking more about the process around had sell these programs to you'll customers at any final upside we're GONNA be talking about like suppose sticking around making a long term strategy as opposed to China. Ben Convict I think we'll get away dress while we were dressing these in this series all of the definitely over concerns that ob say not bay from both the contractor's perspective Trying to implement something like these and then from a customer perspective way in the gods are up I was hey join apres What what fix the leaky toilet and saying this work really wealthy companies and I think if you one of the big things I feel and this is a common to a lot of new ideas and revelations business is understanding that one of the biggest roadblocks is is you're on and getting hit around the mindset and had a actually approach and deliver the concept and believing in yourself. Because we're you know we're talking here about building a recurring income model into your try business. But what we're really talking about is better seven customer and how to make their interest first as low as think that's a big paradigm shift for a lot of people because when you can take the focus off okay. I'm trying to generate recurring income. Which is fine. And there's nothing wrong with Mexico's money goes just think when you can take the focus off on trying to make money and put her on having a bit of serve at admiral value to my customer. Then that's a completely different story. And that's like something picked up when I was speaking to me mellow as well. You got something that he really believe. It's really about how to add value to your customer. The most optimal Y Y you can consistently deliver on that. And you've got the finance to be able to do it by stuff programs with told me about. Let's jump into episode while we're GONNA be talking a little bit about the different types of programs we're gonNA talk about. What makes you programs? What service agreement saw someone inciteful will expose primarily elite? Who is directed at talking? He to businesses aren't Staff members who should be paying attention. He honestly both like the people I've talked to. I did a lot of head of sells for heating and air companies like are we talked hitting in sales or head cells guys because they're the ones that are like they're the ones that are selling this and they know if they can get somebody locked into a service agreement membership on. They're more likely to sell more products so both.
"three types" Discussed on JUST DO THE DAMN THING
"If you sell something for ten bucks like do the math with me you sell something for ten bucks and you have a thousand people to your website over the course of a year like. Are you flipping kidding me? That's ten grand. You know what you can do ten grand so let me tell you in my business model or any business so for passive income for me. This is where I'm looking to feel fun. This is where I'm looking to fuel support for team this where I'm looking to add on benefits. This is the money that I use to take our team team retreats or to take them out of town or to take mantra like we do. A lot of things are team. Likes things in the past. This would be me spending money on amazing nights out for job will dunn's I took our entire team to ruth. Chris like I've just done so many cool things and what's real is that you have to have cash to do that. And you don't want to shortchange anybody when you do that. You Wanna be able to play the thing full out and if you're not playing the thing full out like if you're not like if you don't have cash you can't really do those kind of cool things and it makes it tough to build a company in addition to that you also need money coming in for rainy days. You never know what's going to happen you never know when you're going to get sick. You don't WanNA leave this up to chance and you don't want to be in a place where you're like. Oh my God I worked for the thirty days The other part of this is that you also need a place where you can pull from to start. Hiring hiring is something that you never WanNa forego or let go of you want to sit in the middle of it and you WANNA have a cash reserves to do it. That for me is not always tied to active. It's tied to a passive place in the reason. Why is because you're the most profitable in this space now? Let me set this expectation for most passive income opportunities. It takes time you need to set it up and it needs to be set up strong with either automated emails. Follow it automated information that gets sent to your customer client automated access to whatever it is but man once it's done it's done and once it's done you're making money all.
"three types" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Thanks for participating baloney made with beef pork chicken or Turkey believe it or not there is actually a kosher Maloney there are three types of cold cut meat hold cut meats or poultry they're cooked then sliced there is also sectioned informed products most notably cooked ham and then processed products like Maloney Bologna is named after belong not Italy Americans eat eight hundred million pounds of baloney a year the infamous spam luncheon maiden is mostly pork shoulder ham and course some secret spices afraid you're rated slice lunch meats are eight three billion dollar industry according to food experts sandwiches sandwiches a one hundred twenty one billion dollar market and the most popular item eaten by Americans Newton we more Sam which is there any thing else when is the last time you had some baloney guy about three months ago been awhile yes only a lot but I do like it Jerry every we need in Bologna at all it's been years years yeah you may have heard me tell a story when Kayla was in high school she had a friend visiting they were hungry love give are using rich waters package blowing right there and the girl that was visiting a had never heard of baloney B. had never eaten Bologna in her life now see I expand I bet I don't know and of course best fried yes and what's the proper way to fry it you have to sweat it so does a bubble up on you exactly yeah exact and and mustard now there's a place downtown if you go on south on two eighty one all right north St Mary's just off north St merry's I think it's mistletoe ease mistletoe west mistletoe there's an establishment called Atta girl okay AT T. a girl like at a girl and they've got the best first of all the best chicken wings in town and they're huge and I think it's Tuesday's Tuesdays you can go and add a girl and they serve Bologna sandwich of fried Bologna sandwich well if you want to frighten you okay I have a cold but okay but why would you yeah well you can have it fried is first flashback of the headlines traffic and weather better make sure you know where that Abril is if you'll need to have your jacket to look for several professions of first responders today on their way to the funeral of fallen firefighter.
"three types" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Wasser. Welcome back, south, Florida. This is your host Blake Wasser. And you are listening to the traders were we're gonna talk about how to generate income in the financial markets whether marks going up down or sideways, and that's really what this all comes down to listeners. You know, you gotta have a plan to generate income in all three types of market directions. As Wilson protecting grow your retirement accounts in all three types of market directions. Just like these banks and Wall Street doesn't we're in talk about how we're able to do that in the financial markets. But I I'd like to thank our sponsor Online Trading Academy, there Burke and mortar school here in south Florida. They have campuses all around the world were they flying professional traders to really teach you exactly what to do and how to do it hands on. And throughout the show today. We'll give giving away some passes for some free classes offered here in south Florida that you could always check them out at Trading Academy dot com. Once again, that's trading. Academy dot com Lysol with me Orani times. And so let's dive right into it. You know, a lot of people out there. You know, they want to generate additional income. But you know, what can you do this? You're differently to do it. You know, there's a lot of different in markets out there to investor traded. And I find you most people are are typically investing in the wrong markets, and it's not their fault. You know, you just don't know what you don't know until you know, it, and that's what Online Trading Academy. Really does. You know, they teach you exactly what to do. And how to do it in the right market with the right amount of capital, depending on really what your goals that? You haven't United students who goals is to make a couple of hundred dollars a day. I've just wanna.
"three types" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"There's believing hypothetical illustration results from your broker, why do they call it a hypothetical illustration because it's not real the one thing all hypothetical. Illustrations have in common is that. None of them are true yet for some reason, I guess it's human nature people want to believe them. You want to believe that the twelve percent growth is some financial professionals illustrate for you will happen. Like, you said before here's what I think you should do ask your broker to make a report of every client. He has and show you how much money he has made or lost for his clients. If you take all of his clients in he average at least five percent growth after deducting all fees for last ten years, then he's a keeper chances are that after all the fees commissions and market losses. He will not even print out that report for you. Is it your brokers fault that he can't provide retirement money, the growth heal the streets for you? And some ways not really the types of product. He sells take fees and commissions directly out of your money. He is also not allowed in most cases, Stephen offer products that a work for because they provide too many benefits and guarantees and do not provide ongoing your after your Commission's, even if you lose your money. Most importantly, and the biggest reason it is not their fault for failing to provide you with the results. He went because he is trying to make your retirement plan that is invested in risky investments. Do something that he has no control. Over Burton mount kill a Princeton University professor of economics and author of a random walk down. Wall Street wrote the sad truth is that there are only three types of financial planners. Those who don't know those who don't know they don't know knows. Who know they don't know. But get paid the big bucks to pretend they know. Like, you said before I worked with millions of dollars to my clients money and not one of them has ever lost a single penny. How's that true? It is simple. I know that I don't know. And I don't pretend that I do because I don't know what is going to happen with the market world economies politics terrorism. And so on I don't put your money at risk to market losses. I work with contract guarantees that give you peace.
"three types" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What is our talk shop business tip for real estate pros today. Thank you do the keyword. There is a -ffective and in order to be effective when it comes to digital marketing, which really starts on paper. So it starts with your branding that you're handing out. And that you're talking if you're a real estate professional you're talking with people what they read what you say. And what they hear is all very important. So that all translates to the online branding that you need to make sure is effective especially going into twenty nineteen. So there are three things to be aware of one. Is there are three types of learners? You have auditory visual and Kenneth steady. So that means they need to read it. See it hear it or what? So what does that mean that means video graphics blogs, which are written? Also, if you are speaking are when you are speaking as a professional in front of a crowd. You would also make sure that you have visual props that you also have pictures to hand out, and you have someone else writing on a whiteboard for you. So there's movement. So now, you you have you provide the paper for people to ride on. So you are appealing to all three learning types. How does that translate to digital easily because if you can get people to engage with that's the name of the game because when they engage then begin to build relationships they are now typing. So that's going to satisfy the Ken static of them. They've seen the visual. They've heard the music on the video. They seen the pictures. They read the different status updates. You had. So you've covered all the bases. And now you follow up with those people who have engaged with you. So that you can then convert them to users or two buyers. Right. So there is rhyme and reason behind your messaging, make sure in two thousand nineteen that your messaging is very strong going in both written on your card as well as your website, your business card your website. You're one sheet all of those areas need to be consistent in messaging both reading when you speak it. And when they hear it sharing boats with come into your own..
"three types" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"Oh, my job is negotiated. Find a best deal possible. And then decide whether or not like, right? Interesting. So we got a rep up here. I can't believe if Rb going fifty minutes is so as you mentioned nine dominant skills are primary skills. Verbal observation. I think Mirroring would probably fall into their my right because we talked about. Yeah. Marry all three types love mirrors. So what are the other skills? Just let's list. So we can kind of have a mental reference point than folks. Can learn more about him from your book? All right. So simple paraphrasing is really good restating. The meaning that gets people talking. You start some relations a combination of what they said in how they feel about it. That's actually ridiculously powerful. I mean, eat through huge breakthrough moment. So you say to them. Hey, can you summarize what you just said or? No, I summarize it for you summarize for okay? See this is I'm going to summarize because I'm gonna try to get a breakthrough view. It's really the application of the old cub principle seek I understand them. Be understood right. But it's demonstrating understanding got at that point in time. People are remarkably open to persuasion after you effectively demonstrated. The understood of interesting mimic sense. So that another skill is something we referred to calibrate questions. But that's actually real concise list of what we used to call our opening the questions. In our calibrated questions principally driven by what how questions because people love to tell somebody else had had to do something. What to? Because they're the you're there get to talk about themselves or how right how much knowledge. Right, right. It puts them in a problem solving mode. And wears amount is like great things. Get somebody starting answer. What now quest interesting? Anything else? We use a version. What's called an I message of really strategically really surgically in shortest form of messages. I'm sorry. And that's probably one of the most misunderstood phrases because women are taught not to say that there are as if the phrase in and of itself is wrong. It's it's not the phrase. It's wrong. It's when you use. So I might say I can't accept that. I'm sorry. That would be a poor use of it. But if I would say, I'm sorry. I can't accept that. Then I've just changed sequencing in you, pre the fact that I said, I was sorry. If I said, I when I'm getting ready to say something like. Ness many. It's amazing. How nuanced words? You know, just the use of the language can be in in terms of how how it lands and how it affects the conversation. Tiny little two, millimeter shifts. Fascinating. So your book tell us about the book, and do you go into these type of tactics in and stuff in the book? There's a lot of specific actionable stuff in the book. I mean, there's there's the number one way to say no is in first five pages of book. And there it is so affected it getting another people change your position drop their price that we got a lot of people. That's the only thing they ever learned. Right. Another nine chapters. Stop there. That's funny. Never split the difference. That's the name of the book, and obviously people could find that at Amazon and other places. A I buy on Amazon when I need copies. It's the best price. You can get. I'm whether my bugs never split the difference in negotiating as if your life depended on..
"three types" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"So you have three types of people people who do nothing, and we all know a lot of them. Every today is the same as yesterday and tomorrow. The same as last year. They don't do anything different. You know, they're comfortable and the type of person who starts but never finishes. But the third of a person is somebody who starts at finishes. So what's the big difference between a starter? And finisher. Is that they're not impatience? You know, I'm sure if somebody came to you and said Roberts, take me ten years to get into debt like to be done with this weekend, you'd say, well, that's that's not how life works at all. Like you. Did you know it took me ten years to put on this? Wait. I wanna lose it in the next three days you'd say well that's really unhealthy. So one really interesting thing is that finishers tend to be more patient with their goals. They understand that. Okay. It's not, you know, not gonna yo you I'm gonna figure out something that sustainable, so they get the size. Right. And we, you know, sometimes we run into perfectionism where I'll meet people that will say, okay, I'm going to start running. I'll go great and go. Yeah. I'm going to run a marathon. And I go, whoa. Whoa. Have you have you ever done a half marathon or ten k if I even his okay have you ever done a get a tiny little metal go? No, no, no. I'm going to go do the ironman tomorrow. And they think they have to have this massive goal. But it cripples him before they even start because it's so overwhelming thing that go ahead. If I could add about perfectionism one reason people never finish is the half. The they went to school. They're told they have to do it. Right. You can't make a mistake make mistakes fancy messy. You can't be messy. You have to do it perfectly. And you know, I mean Kim's been married to me for thirty three years now. And it's been very messy hasn't. Well, I would think John that. That's a reason a lot of people don't start because it's gotta be perfect there overwhelmed. And so what you find is the perfectionist often has the messianic car in the Methodist office, and you go wait a second thought. It'd be neat freaks. They are. But if they can't clean it down to the toothbrush level, they won't even start the truth. Sign of a perfectionist is that they'd rather get a zero than a C minus. So I'll meet people who say I wanna run five miles every day at times to three today. So I'm not gonna do any and you wanna go, but you know, three infinitely more than zero. And so a lot of it is great finishers have worked through that. They've given themselves permission for take take awhile. And they'd give themselves permission that it's going to be Messier than it looks on Instagram, and what I always say because starting another business like I always start them. But I always tell my friends, so I may start it. But I may not finish it because it's going to change along the way. And that. Addicted, but I've done it so many times that I fail, and then I changed direction, and we do it a little differently. So I kinda tell that I say that a front to people look it's going to be messy. It's going to be nasty. I'm gonna screw up all on the way. But somehow we'll get there. That's what I said. And that's why I kind of drives me crazy when people talk about their five year plan. I what let me look let me see your five year business plan. Well, I don't know what it's gonna look like in five months much more five years, they, but they spend all this time putting together this specific pretty five year business plan. And then in the first two months, it goes left. Doorbell when somebody tells me, here's what's going to happen. The next five years. I think that is so cute that you think that's how life works. But that is that is certainly not. And so, yeah, I think a big difference between starters and finishers is they figure out how to do something that's more sustainable, and then I would say the biggest surprise for me was they make what they're doing fun over and over again, we saw the importance of enjoying what you're doing that doesn't mean. It's all going to be easy. I think we do each other at the service where we say always follow your heart. Always follow your.