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Fresh update on "tomorrow" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:43 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tomorrow" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Think they're like plus 360 something like that or plus somewhere between three 35 and 360 depending on what you're looking at. But one thing with Dallas, they do, they've done this now two series in a row, whereas the series went along. They kind of figured out, all right, here's how we'll win this series. And then the second half of the series, they were just better than the first half of the series. And I may wonder, could that happen here? They got game three in game four in Dallas. And regardless of what happens, I don't feel like tomorrow is where does the sounds as a must win for them? Because of their history just in these playoffs. Yeah, maybe. I mean, I think a big part of their history was Luca was out the first series.

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'2000 Mules' Will Be Shown in 400 Movie Theaters This Weekend

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 14 hrs ago

'2000 Mules' Will Be Shown in 400 Movie Theaters This Weekend

"What if 2000 mules being shown this weekend in over 400 theaters became the number one movie in America? You almost have an obligation to go see it. Because the movie is already a huge hit, it's already grossed well over $10 million. Online downloads, DVDs that are being ordered. And this weekend, there it will be shown in over 400 movie theaters around the country. Now, the bottom line is, and here's what dinesh said, we're going to talk to dinesh d'souza, the driving force, the creative force behind 2000 mules on tomorrow's show. But it's really kind of an official opening this weekend in movie theaters. And it's very important that the movie does well. Because his dinesh said, if the movie does well in theaters this weekend, then we'll be in even more theaters next weekend. And incidentally, dinesh points out, that wasn't even the movie makers initiative. A bunch of movie theaters noticed that when they did they rented out some theaters on May 2nd and May 4th, they did so well that they were like, hey, we want the movie in our theater.

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Fresh "Tomorrow" from Rollye James

Rollye James

01:21 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Tomorrow" from Rollye James

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'2000 Mules' Hits 400 Theatres This Weekend!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | 14 hrs ago

'2000 Mules' Hits 400 Theatres This Weekend!

"The documentary 2000 meals goes into theaters, 400 theaters this weekend, starting, well, there are a few early shows. Even on Thursday, evening this evening. But it really begins four shows a day tomorrow, which is Friday. And then it continues, and it'll run pretty much as long as people are seeing it. In fact, if we do really well in the theater, we might even expand to more theaters the following week. So it's important for us to do well, and this is a great way to see the movie. In fact, I make these movies for the theater. It was heartbreaking to me. With the last one, Trump card, where I was all set to go and a thousand theaters. In fact, and then COVID, theater shut down, all these mask requirements. And so I kind of pull the movie, which was, as I say, very hard to do. But with this one, what's so cool is we had done a very limited theatrical release. We essentially rented the theaters out may 2nd, may 4th, and we did so well that the independent theater is a lot of them came to us and were like, hey, we'd love to have this movie in the theater in a normal release. So this is all kind of jumbled because it violates every kind of normal rule for releasing a movie, normally you go out in the theater. You try to hang in there for two, three, maybe four weeks, then there's a kind of mandatory gap, then you release the movie for digital download. And streaming, and then later you try to get some sort of a deal with an epic or Netflix. So that's the traditional formula. Well, that formula I kind of door up and throughout the window. For a variety of reasons. One of which is that this is the first film I've released in a real age of censorship, where we're blocked and all the normal things that we used

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David McCormick and Mehmet Oz Locked in Tight Race for GOP Primary

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | 16 hrs ago

David McCormick and Mehmet Oz Locked in Tight Race for GOP Primary

"At the end of last night, Dave was down 2000, 752 votes, meaning Tuesday night. Today, roughly 10,000 out of 33,000 absentee ballot votes were counted, and we, meaning the McCormick campaign, averaged a 10% victory, closing the gap by 1509 votes. Dave is now only down 1243 votes with an estimated 20,000 GOP absentee votes left to count. Dave is going to win. You'd rather be Dave McCormick with those numbers, and that trendline and you'd rather be Doctor Oz, and both Dwayne and I did the algebra. It's a ratio and of course Dwayne got it right and I got it wrong. But when we compared notes, it looks like. If everything holds the same, that at the end of round one, there'll be a recount. Mandatory recount McCormick should win by 2200 votes. I had him winning by 409 votes, and I had the wrong denominator. There are a couple of horses in there that might come close, but not close enough. One is Lancaster county's all screwed up. Another is Allegheny county is not all absentee ballots are out. There they have 30 odd precincts that have been counted. But Allegheny county is Dave McCormick's home, so one would have shown he's going to win those. But we'll know more tomorrow morning and we'll know a lot more Monday and then there will be a

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The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 1 d ago

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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'2000 Mules' Has Blown Up... And It's Making Fox News Look Horrible

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 1 d ago

'2000 Mules' Has Blown Up... And It's Making Fox News Look Horrible

"My documentary 2000 mules has broken out into the political and cultural mainstream. It's now become kind of unstoppable. In fact, today, at the European Union, a group, I think there are Dutch members of parliament. They have announced a screening of the movie followed by a discussion of the worldwide worldwide problem of election fraud. Yesterday, The Washington Post published a in depth and I mean in depth conversation a Q&A, it was kind of a feisty conversation. It involves actually a guy who's kind of obsessed with this issue. Philip bump, the national correspondent for The Washington Post. He's written like 6 articles about it. And he finally, well, I invited him to do a debate, and he said, well, I don't know about a debate, but maybe we can do a point counterpoint in exchange in The Washington Post. We talked for about an hour on Monday and I didn't expect him to publish the whole conversation, but he did. And it's awesome. I mean, when I printed it out, 23 pages long, so it's thousands of words. And as I was reading it, I was obviously focusing on the content. To be honest, I think he kind of got me, but that's not the reality. You could read and figure it out for yourself. Tomorrow, by the way, I'm going to do an in depth and discussion of that article and some of the other so called refutations. Of the movie. But as I was reading it, I was thinking to myself, you know, here is a movie that's being discussed, AD nauseam in The Washington Post, and yet it has not been mentioned on Fox News. So I think all of this is starting to, well, it's making Fox News look

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Tucker Carlson: Biden Is Likely to Use Racial Wounds to Inflame Agenda

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Biden Is Likely to Use Racial Wounds to Inflame Agenda

"I wanted to play a chunk of his monologue from last night to let people who may not watch Tucker Carlson here him sort of explain what has been unfolding and to respond in his own words. Biden still has time to change course and fix it, he could try to improve the lives of voters who are dissatisfied with him. That is entirely possible. That's a politicians typically do when they're down. They listen to the people who might reelect them. But Biden doesn't plan to do that, and we know for a fact because Politico has reported it. Instead, Biden has decided to attack people who disapprove. According to political quote, Biden has taken to telling his aides that he no longer recognizes the GOP, which he now views as an existential threat to the nation's democracy. People who disagree with Joe Biden, according to Joe Biden, are now a quote existential threat to the nation, like Al-Qaeda, or climate change. A threat that by definition is so profound we must declare war upon it if we're to survive. Now, keep in mind, this threat that Biden is referring to is you. He's talking about his fellow Americans. No president has ever spoken like this ever. Joe Biden does it regularly. And he's certain to do it again tomorrow. But most painful and destructive at all, Biden is likely to use racial wounds in order to make his point. There is no behavior worse than this. All race politics is bad, no matter what flavor those politics happen to be. No race politics is better than any other. All of it is poison.

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Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Peter Doocy Inquires Why Biden Goes to Buffalo, Misses Waukesha

"Peter doocy remains my hero, the Fox News White House correspondent. If you remember yesterday's show, I said I sure hope Peter doocy asks. Jean Pierre, the new White House press secretary, why is Biden rushing to buffalo when he didn't go to walk a Shaw? Wisconsin. Well, maybe he's listening because he did. How can the president is visiting buffalo after a senseless tragedy there, but he couldn't visit block a shot after 6 were killed and 61 injured in an attack on a Christmas parade there. I mean, he's visited many communities, buffalo, he was, you know, he's able to go tomorrow to buffalo. Before the trip, that is something that was important for him to do. But he has visited many other communities. This is not buffalo is not the first community sadly that he has to go up to because of a violent attack. So that's not the first one. So he's been to many others. Now that's comedy. Yeah, because there's been a lot of black men mowing over white Christmas parade goers. That's happened a lot. He just didn't happen to go to that

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss the 2022 Primaries

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 3 d ago

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Discuss the 2022 Primaries

"He is Jim Hansen, the author of winning the second Civil War allegedly without firing a shot. Jim, welcome to the studio. What a wonderful place, dude. I like it. Not enough guns though, right? You know, is there some rule about that? I think we'll find out. Well, we'll do some research that I know we caught smoke cigars. That's the biggest problem, but we'll find out about the Second Amendment. Welcome in studio, we have so much to discuss Russia, Ukraine, Finland, Sweden, the border. But let's talk about tomorrow. It's been a rather dirty primary season in the granite state, the Keystone state. Talk to us about so, granite's New Hampshire, the Keystone state of Pennsylvania. We've invited us Doctor Oz on the show while constantly told by his PR team that is very busy. We'll get back to you. We'll get back to you. He seems to be ducking and avoiding media of late. Kathy Barnett, who I've known for years when she first came on Fox when I was hosting the national security moms there on Fox and Friends. Came on Thursday when all the hubbub about her D two one fours and her military service erupted. I asked her some tough questions. She quitted herself quite well. So give us your take as somebody who understands Trump, maga, the swamp, the rhinos. What's your take on Pennsylvania? Anybody but the Democrats? I think all this infighting was not helpful. I think Oz doesn't want to come on your show because you're going to ask him why he's pals with Erdoğan. Why he voted in the last Turkish election why he hasn't renounced his citizenship and why he's not even vaguely a conservative in any meaningful way. I understand Trump like celebrities. Okay, I get it. And he figured name recognition matters. That's a reasonable thing to do. But the problem is now we've got not just a rhino. We've got, I don't even know what he is. He's a no. You know, he's a nothing. And if he wins, he may be able to do it, but I would prefer someone who's actually on

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Democrats Jump on Politicization of Buffalo Mass Shooting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 3 d ago

Democrats Jump on Politicization of Buffalo Mass Shooting

"Over the weekend, we saw an act of evil in Buffalo, New York. I hate my cynicism. I hate being cynical about and I hate even talking politics or Democrats or Republicans or left or right. I hate this. I hate this. But it is what they do to us. It's what the Democrats shamelessly exploit that puts me into this despicable state of cynicism. Here's a headline that puts me into a state of cynicism. Biden to head to buffalo tomorrow. Following massacre. Of course you know by now an 18 year old monster, an evil, white supremacist apparently, went to a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, and murdered ten people. Innocent people just going about their business, living their lives, going to buy some groceries. And immediately, the Democrats pounced. Tucker Carlson's fault. Fox News channel's fault. Conservative media's fault. That's what happens. With conservatives in the media.

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Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 3 d ago

Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.

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Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

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Whistleblower: FBI Used Anti-Terror Tools to Target Parents

The Dan Bongino Show

01:00 min | Last week

Whistleblower: FBI Used Anti-Terror Tools to Target Parents

"So incredibly again it wasn't the only FBI scandal to break There is another scandal I was sitting there last night winding down the end of the day putting a show together for tomorrow And I like to watch Jesse on Fox you know he's a friend the good guy So he shows kind of funny sometimes You know he's had some kind of oddball segment Which I enjoyed Stuff you don't see in other shows right And I'm watching Jesse and he has a very serious guy on Jim Jordan and Jim Jordan said they announced that he's going to be there's going to be some whistleblower report So I'm looking at my phone putting some of them I bounce up right away Turns out another FBI whistleblower and thank you to these heroes at the FBI who take your oath and the constitution seriously I have the greatest of admiration for you I mean that Another whistleblower came forward To indicate now that the FBI did in fact target parents be a terrorism tools according to Fox News stories in my newsletter today Despite Merrick Garland's testimony that this didn't happen

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Her Ridiculous Court Case

"I'm back with Marjorie Taylor Greene and we were talking about Ukraine and of course we expect zelensky to be Ukraine first. Of course, that's his country, but weirdly we are surprised when people in America are America first. Let's pivot a little bit to the court case that you found yourself. And I mean, absolutely bizarre situation in which it seems like there was an attempt to prevent you running for reelection. I mean, you got was it activist groups? Who is behind this effort to try to block you from running again? For asking about that, this group is called free speech for the people, but they don't believe in free speech because they were trying to rip my name off the ballot silence the speech of voters in my district and not allow them to be able to reelect me and send me back to Congress. This is a group that operates on dark money. They receive their donations from other 5 O ones and foundations. So you can't see who is really donating to them. And they have a few donations that are public, but most for the most part, you only see groups and foundations that donate to them. These people are a group of attorneys from New York and Massachusetts. They have decided to try to attack our elections, especially our elections in Georgia by filing these candidacy qualification challenges, claiming that by the Fourteenth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment, section three that I supposedly waged an insurrection against the United States, which I absolutely did not. I objected to vote against Joe Biden's fraudulent Electoral College votes, dinesh, and I would probably do it again today, and I would proudly do it again tomorrow. And I'm so thankful for your movie 2000 mules because that exposes why I voted to object.

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Supreme Court Justices Face Threat Over Leaked Draft

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:25 min | Last week

Supreme Court Justices Face Threat Over Leaked Draft

"I want to argue that with you because if they've got 5 firm votes and they know that they're going to overrule roe and Casey and they've just got to let the descents put their descent together and maybe the chief does a concurrence like he did in citizens united while joining the majority. There are lots of things that could happen. But if there are 5 votes to say we're going to overturn roe and Casey, the present danger to justices of fanatics is real. And I drove past Sunday last. The softball baseball field where the Bernie Sanders supporter stalked prepared and tried to kill half the Congress. And we have a number of fanatics in this country. And if you incentivize them to do something, like harm a justice, I just, I'm not comfortable with that. Remove the incentive. They can't change the decision once. How does releasing the vote remove the incentive? Because it's not a judgment until it issues from the court as a judgment. And so if a judge were to try his or her car off of a cliff tomorrow, by accident, the majority vanishes. They have it issued a judgment. So it can change into the last day. But that doesn't. I mean, if the vote total becomes known and it is to overturn roe and Casey, I don't think that changes. I mean, you're knowledge of the procedures of the Supreme Court exceeds that of most Americans. I think that if I had lunch yesterday with a I had lunch yesterday Republicans voted to take away a woman's right to choose.

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Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws no-hitter against Rays

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws no-hitter against Rays

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Lindsey Graham: There's a Law About Protesting Against Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | Last week

Lindsey Graham: There's a Law About Protesting Against Justices

"Lindsey Graham cut four, he had some, he had some clarity. He was on with Sean Hannity last night on Fox News. There's a law on the books that prevents judges from being harassed and picketed while they're deciding a case. Same for a juror. They're literally violating the law. They violated the law when they went into the capitol, trespassing in the capitol, taking matters in their own hands. Everybody yelled at Trump, tell them to leave. Well, here's what I'm telling President Biden. Tell these people to leave the judges alone. Don't go to their home. This is illegal. It's wrong, it's bad for America. It will break the court. Joe Biden needs to step up and take matters into his own hands and his president of the United States speak forcefully to these people are intimidating judges, try to get an outcome in a case, which violates our law. Attorney general Gardner, Garland, you need to issue an opinion tomorrow saying that the activity in front of the judge's house violates the law. But they're not. But Merrick Garland is silent. But they're not. They're okay with families being terrorized. By these radical mobs.

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Zelenskyy: Europe has to think about price of peace

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Zelenskyy: Europe has to think about price of peace

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"I felt like i was with someone that I felt secure enough way. That i can go out and do all these other things in the world without having to constantly have this anxiety about like. Is this person going to leave me. Or is this person like k. Like me or care about me. And i think that it takes a long. It's not a linear thing. There's a lot of like two steps forward. One step back and part of that was him and part of that was me also growing and so i think it's just about finding someone who will like again affirmed that idea. That people aren't gonna randomly be you or that you can see for yourself like dating someone who's just there and consistent and not dramatic or doesn't have those highs and lows that almost feel like you're doing drugs that's not actually good for long term stability and happiness. Yeah i don't feel like i intuitively dated avi in the either. Yeah i picked. You know i remember. We would tax and you'd be like should. I texted him. This should i text him. That i had the same. Yeah i thank you okay. I really do think that like. I'm having an anxious. Attachment style anxious aboard an attachment style is similar to having like eating issues. Like the codependency. With the object ak the person or the food is constantly constantly always on your mind. Your validation comes and goes with it. And i think that like at the time i probably also had codependency issues. That were then cured or you know helped by the stable relationship so it's like you almost need the thing that's gonna prove to you that that you can be secure in order to get past those things. Yeah sometimes you just have to like almost like wait it out long enough to like see how you feel once it. It's actually there. That's the hardest part almost like it's hard to believe anything that you haven't seen before i had never really dated someone who i felt like was this consistent or like. I didn't think that would make me happy. Someone who was like there and see like really though. I didn't think that that was like a thing that or that. People even could really care about you in that kind of way and you kind of learn by experience. That's the only way you can really internalize something. I think lot like. You could tell you something a million times. But if you don't actually see it for yourself. It's a lot harder to believe it all right last question from listeners. I'm sure you're all wondering so drawn you're getting married in november. Very excited him to be there Are you on a wedding diet slash workout plan and if you are please share. I mean it's funny. Because how do you define a diet like something that you're like rigidly sticking him if you change your eating style with the with. The hopes intelligence getting taller. Yeah i'd like to lose like five pounds. Sure so then yes. I guess you should just use the week before then like that's really all you have to do. You'll be fine. no. But i'm saying no but i try to. I try to like it was way to do in the pandemic but try to like revolve. Like what i eat around like when i would most enjoy having a like bill so healthy lunch. Because i'm usually busy during the day. And i don't have time to like saber. Whatever i'm eating. So i'd like a quick healthy lunch that i do most days of the week and easy to think about it and then for dinner. I do whatever i want. The nice base a nice feeling. So what's your what's your healthy lunch. I have a smoothie with greek yogurt cal bananas on milk and i got into it and the pandemic and now i just like i really like it and i like not having to think about it because it just like good and i like and then i have Peanut butter and bananas very healthy. What what do you like for dinner. I like chicken cutlets broccoli or we do salmon and potatoes. Or if i'm making it. If i'm not like an again during the week i try to make food meatballs. It's so funny. Like if i ate what you eat i could lose five pounds in instance. I'll tell you. Like if i was having a smoothie and then seven and potatoes for dinner like it's good though on the weekends if i go i go out to eat if i go out to eat or ordering get whatever i want but i've i'm making it. I'll try to be like l. They're saying it's bad. But i'm saying that i know you're great. You're saying i associate like that type of eating menu. Associate that type of like list of food consumption to be what i would do to track my calories and well. Here's the thing. I actually i feel. I feel my best when i do that. And then the weekend. I usually especially now that there's actually more events and things to i do whatever i want but i usually end the weekend feeling like kinda bloated and like uncomfortable. And i miss. I miss that like weekday routine. Because i actually feel more energy when i like eat like that and again. I don't think that usually do everything all the time but it actually feels much better to do that is for sure for short deals much better. It's like when you're being a secure relationship feels much better but it doesn't. It doesn't when you have when you have co-dependency. I wouldn't feel much better if you never had like. If you're never going out to eat needing whatever you like. I think the balance of it is also. That's the most important part it's like. Yeah we try generally to date in a way that makes us feel good. Sometimes we do sleep with someone earlier earlier and we know that might make hundreds of okay. Yeah her sometimes. You know like you do drink too much. Sure you eat stuff that make you feel good like that's okay too like it feels kind of grows and maybe the next time you don't do it but maybe next you do it. That's also fine too. It's like well thank you. This is great. Thank you richard. Donna de. I'm sure you'll be back when i'm out on maternity leave which is quickly approaching but all right thanks to everyone. Go follow at jonah abraham and go follow you up listen to you up and do all of the above. Follow all of us. I'm eddie lean. Follow at sammy and email. Sds t at dot com. If you want us to answer your dirtiest here send us your non scale win for thursday's episodes and what else. What else do we do. At the end of this we asked people re subscribe to good idea rate review and subscribe. Listen dice are tomorrow. Listen to them. All abc's is we have so many podcasts. We worked so hard on them and always with you through thick and thin diet starts. Tomorrow is produced by sean. Kilby and hey morales. Pico editing by stacy. Long and sean kilby. Social media by sydney raith guests booking ecole pellegrino follow diet starts tomorrow on instagram twitter and facebook and send us your e mails to dsp benches dot com batches..

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"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"And then it just kind of slowly. I looked in the mirror. What good is this is the nfl back to my normal feeling like i got out of the whole. It was just a good. My win is really that. I picked myself up from being down. That's great. I wish i could bucket do that. Have really h- it was really really hard. Have this hell you. Because i laid there for a really long time. We missed an original reservation. And then i was like okay. I'm getting hungry. Like and i only want the thing that i want because i was like really proud of myself for identifying it even in that moment and i was very satisfied at the end of the night i was happy. That's amazing and he likes my outfit. And i think i got seated because i was pregnant so it all worked for full circle but if anybody wants to listen to that episode abacha's moms go listen to it because i think for diaz ears You could really. Let's do our listener. Non-sale win okay. Zurita shor. hi sammy. Lean lovey both on the pods. So much thank you for keeping it's super real and i loved going on this intuitive eating journey with you both. I have announced skill when to share. That literally just happened right now. I have a busy day today with a massive assignment tomorrow masters student and i'm just getting ready for my day. I'm not normally a breakfast person. But today made my coffee and realised that. I'm hungry. I immediately had thought of words and then after you can have breakfast. I actually started walking away from the kitchen before i went. Wait hang on. I don't have to earn my food if i'm hungry. My body deserves food. It was a lightbulb moment for me as someone who has struggled with disordered eating for a very long time. And just trying to eat intuitively to realize that is not always exercise prior restriction that. I used to make myself earn food. This is now something that i'm going to look out for in the future. But for now i'm having hamas on toast and feeling good and satisfied and giving myself the energy to do it. I need to do. Thanks again for everything you do without u. two. I probably would never have started this intuitive eating journey love breakfast batch exo x. Oh that's a great win. do you ever do you ever realize that you. Because i've had this experience where like i've realized that i'm making myself way to eat but i don't like almost out of a natural habit but not any reason even though i'm hungry have you ever done that. Have you realize that you're doing that. No i pretty much eat immediately. The only the only time that i like will way is. If i'm doing something that i can't get out of or i don't or maybe i'll wait to have a better meal or something that i know is coming but i'll have a snack. Always have a sack of. I'm hungry because i don't like feeling of being hungary. It really fucks you up. I really relate to this. 'cause i've done i've done this before and i don't even realize sometimes that i'm doing it because i'm not like i'm not used to seeing hunger as a cue to take action like you know what i mean. It's like i still have hunger as like. Oh backs just something you don't maybe we maybe don't like it is true that you don't you don't necessarily need to eat immediately. When you're hungry you can feel out like what are you hungry for. Is it real hunger. Like how hungry are you like. You can do an assessment necessarily. But if you're waiting to deserve it. I think that's the difference ya hear that. She's sort of celebrating that she did not do totally to earn. The food is is not is a rough mindset. Also power your brain so if you need to write a thousand words you probably food will help you. Food will help you do that. Exactly exactly you know that you can burn calories from thinking. Did you know that. Like how many i don't know. But like thinking like using her brain burns calories. I'm not saying that. Ah dieting way. I'm saying that in like a. It's a sitting burns galleries. But it doesn't burn. The your body's gonna burn calories anyway metabolising but like i think thinking. I don't know. I think really hard i just. Y'all felt.

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Diet Starts Tomorrow

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"How'd you which. I maybe that is how you navigate is is have some sort of mantra or something that you can fall back on to remind yourself that you know this jealousy or this feeling of like inadequacy because of some perceived status of someone else is is making barbecue is yet harming you like. Maybe just constantly. Just reminding yourself that it actually doesn't mean anything and think about it's a perception thing not a real thing and that you know once you get rid of that jealousy like you have more room for joy or like you have more room for that other than you want to happen right also like this is just one point in time like you might be the one who has it has seems to have it all and and they might not and and i think that sort of just like trying to look at your friend is like okay. They're not like the person who has the boyfriend and like they're just they're just like my friend and to try to think about why or friends with them and like focus on those things like that. They're not all this stuff that surrounds them. Because ultimately like someone's rich they could become not rich if someone whatever they have like it could stat a monster that to go away but like that's not who they are that's just like where they are now and And i think going like you don't want kind of like turn around and that's where it all my friends go like to you. Don't want that resentment to get in the way of like what could be a really important person in your life. I think the the place where it does get tricky as if that person is trying to impose advice. They're like solicitor unsolicited advice. On like how you could do. Xyz you know because they think that they're like the the expert now because they have it. I mean that happens often And i feel like what would you do in that scenario. Let's say somebody lost weight and then all of a sudden they're like telling you what you should do. Where were you can't help. But ask what they did. I would probably just silently harbor. Resentment goes someone else. What's bothering talk. Shit no not even talk shit like i mean say to someone else like i am struggling because of this like because of this conversation i would say i couldn't say it to the person but i say to someone else. I feel jealous. Okay i think that also like you could to that. If you were to say that person you don't have to say. I'm jealous but you could say like i appreciate you. Bring sheila the you know i appreciate it but like i'm not really like thanks but you know i got it right got it you know do my own thing. I figured it out. I'm i'm i'm working as i go. Yeah yeah. I think it's like all so every situation solely specific and particular totally but that does happen and if you were a person who does that and imposes unsolicited advice to someone who you perceive is not as together in a way that you think that you are stop. Now do that friend and everyone else a favor and stop now. Are you guys will if you guys have any thoughts. Ideas friends need help. Navigating any type of friendship questions do answer to your t.'s on thursdays Or if a little win around a friendship again. Like are not downscale wins. Do not have to be around food or eating. It could just be about something like this like health comes. Health is about everything in your life. It's not just about food. Email us at veterans dot com. Send us your dear. Dst's com or damas at deitz tomorrow and make some friends in the ds. Tears facebook group. If you want In there all this podcast in common at least at least this is a good place to start. You guys can just feel like i'm such an elite. No i'm i actually do think that like having shared interest in like what you consume media wise is actually a good not like that's going to make your whole friendship but i do think that's like a good starting point because it showed like typically. It shows that you're entertained by the things you value the same things you enjoy the same like atmosphere though you know. Maybe that's where the place to start. It's the place to start for. Sure so go join our facebook group. Follow us i'm eddie. Lean sammy's at sammy. With an one. And one. I and and we're always with you through thick and thin diet starts. Tomorrow is produced by sean. Kilby and morales pico editing. by stacy. Long and sean kilby. Social media by sydney rafe guests booking by nicole pellegrino be sure to follow at diet starts tomorrow on instagram twitter and facebook and send us your emails to dst at fetches dot com batches..

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Diet Starts Tomorrow

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Okay last question. Would you rather go to an hour workout class or have to speak in public in front of one hundred people high. I mean obviously answer is the workout. I first of all if you. If i could go to like why seven. I've done why seven. Hi it's fun like that's funny. That's a good idea. Yeah that's the thing it's like. I enjoy doing certain things. I mean at this point i probably wouldn't do. I seven high. But like back when i was like working out a lot more. I was in better shape. I yeah but like. I don't know either a ballots. A fun game Everybody email us your stories. If you have good stories about smoking or like the dumbest thing you've ever done that we can laugh at lease. Send us the or if you've built like you've gone through something similar with weed or are going through something similar with weed or whatever it is. Let me know whatever. It is email us. Dms us at sammy. A lean at diet starts tomorrow. Dc at batches dot com and. Fyi guys adjust. We recorded a great episode. Mean britney for batches moms all about body image in pregnancy. Obviously we're not talking about here. Benches moms i think the episode comes out. If you're listening on sunday. It comes out tomorrow on monday. But if you're listening on monday this episode was into it today go check it out And yeah. I said what we want you to please go. Tell a friend about this show. Is there a fellow smoker. Or not or anything. Dieter and young guys were always with you through thick and thin diet starts tomorrow is produced by shine. Kilby morales pico editing. By stacey wong. And sean kilby social media by sydney rafe guests booking nicole pellegrino be sure to follow a diet starts tomorrow on instagram twitter.

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Diet Starts Tomorrow

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Yes this is the podcast exploring the emotional side of wellbeing thousand proud apart from people who understand the struggle. I am on the third day of my cleanse diet. Hello and welcome back through diet starts tomorrow. I'm sammy lean and we are back our first episode post summer beginning which is pretty big deal. I guess yeah except for the fact that the first week of the summer was like winter. In your deadliest right. Well that is okay. 'cause i don't think it's good. We have the whole rest of the summer to enjoy. I know i know but it didn't feel like it did it. I had like quite a productive weekend. Now i i worked all weekends. I'm battling my clothes that don't fit. You had like a flash. Yeah i did. I had a flash the al jays dress. No the one No-one no-one bought it. But if anyone wants my friend stress still available. I have some stuff. I need to sell actually from like all my bachelorette and weddings time. It's been in my closet. You think i should try to get rid of it on my instagram. Like i don't know. I'm not i try to do it on. Posh mark is pretty successful. but they're not to give him a huge cut. So how did you print labels and crap. I didn't print labels. Yeah i'm just going to go to the post office and the down their addresses and pay you i yet. They all paid me so now. All the threat of some of the money goes to dry cleaning for the things that have been worn. Some of the money goes towards the shipping and then we will see what my profit margin nets. Can you come over to my.

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Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Which means so is are hilarious bachelor. Recap podcasts the bachelor. Each week hosts k brown that carrie bradshaw jarred freed recap the latest episodes of the bachelor and make fun of all the ridiculous things that and say in do because honestly wiles watched the show. If not for the commentary they also give the inside scoop into bachelor nation drama and all the absurd things. The franchise does as well as predictions for future episodes listeners. Have called the bachelor. The much-needed humor and commiseration. They want after watching the show. Whether we're watching the bachelor the bachelorette or bachelor in paradise cay fat. Carry anjar here to entertain you after each episode with new podcast episodes each week. The bachelor is a must. Listen for any bachelor fan. Listened to the bachelor podcast now on spotify apple or wherever you got your podcasts media presents diet starts tomorrow with hosts sammy stage having a relationship that might be an lean drexler. I'm gonna make you girls at hump day three in a world where wellness looks perfect on instagram. By worker tuesday's on back feels anything but in real life. Butter a carb. Yes this is the podcast exploring the emotional side of wellbeing cowardly proud part. Thank off your pecan pie from people who understand the struggle. I am on the third day of my cleanse diet. Hello and welcome back to died starts. Tomorrow i'm alien op. Sammy and it is thursday and another episode of our show and we have non scale wins for you and we have deer. Ds's and we're thinking of maybe like throwing in some games in these episodes. If you guys are down for that let us know. We're really open to feedback unless you saw this. And you're like tone change. I love it. I need structure in my life. But we maybe we'll throw one in keep it crazy okay. So what's going on samantha. You know. I am back up state. I'm in the purple castle room. I am back on my lake walks. And whereas if feels if y'alls lovely i'm listening to the birds chirp i am. I love it i am. It is wonderful. Anand's yeah. I'll be back this weekend. That's great. I moved out of the city. Didn't move into my new house. I moved into rusty's family's house. How's that it's been nice humanoid race and i'm getting used to driving like i'm sort of i sit in the house right like do work and i just kind of forget that i can go somewhere to get something in a car like not like. Oh what can i have delivered. You know not just food but just like literally anything right like that's the mindset when you're in the city and so. I'm kind of getting used to that. And it's just an interesting switch of the brain But that's been nice. That's actually one of my favorite parts of the suburbs that you can just like go and the car. Yeah it's yeah like the cards sale. Maybe after this. I'll take the car to the dunkin. Donuts drive thru. You're going to take the car. On a walk out the car to the dunkin donuts drive thru. Yes so. I'm just kind of like loving so far. It's only been a week. The the life in the burbs just looking out the window seeing trees and no people or trash nice. Well your lady now. I'm glad you like it. It's weird though. Because it's like i've been here before for a period of time like especially during the pandemic but i had a home to go back to right now i don't have a home. Benign like a real weird. It's weird it's not be no but it's kind of nice to be next to my mom brothers home so anyway. That's what's up and all right. You wanna do. A non is it non scale wintertime. It is should we read one or should we do ours. I what do you think let's read. Let's read. Hi lean and sammy. Love the pod. So much was listening to an episode on my drive to a doctor's appointment this morning and realized i had a non scale winter report. Love how it's a report this morning. I ate breakfast before going to the doctor. That probably sounds small. But for as many years as i can remember. I would always fast before i went to the dock knowing that they were gonna way me. God i can feel. That didn't matter what time of day my appointment was. I couldn't bring myself to eat before. Because i was scared of what the skill would say and usually end up binging after because of it. This morning i had a ten. Am appointment and could have waited until after to eat but was hungry eight and just one for it finally realized that one the nurse literally does not give f what i way to whatever the number says it's not gonna break and three. I'm confident enough in myself. And my body to just do what feels right kate. When i'm hungry and not to let the external things impact me. Thank you for all that you guys do. Exo exo dr scale. Don't care really thought that was gonna rhyme non. Dr scale don't kale. I suggest she was going. Should have been dr scared. I guess it's not a scare really kind of. That's i mean i totally know what she's talking about like. It's such an irrational. When you think about it like whether you have breakfast is not really going to change much but it is. It matters to you because it's put a lot of Yeah you put that in it. No pun intended. Yeah so crazy. Because i was going to have a different on scale win but i'm just this inspired a new one. Okay what should i feel win but it has to do with the scale so like this is funny because this has to do it scale. But it's a non scale mine is also a non scale scale win. I also went to the doctor this morning. I got i my on just as diabetes test results yet. But you know. Obviously i'm nervous. I have some diabetes in my family Because it's a lot of times it's genetic there's not really symptoms of it like you don't know.

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"tomorrow" Discussed on This Time Tomorrow

This Time Tomorrow

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"tomorrow" Discussed on This Time Tomorrow

"To create the shape geometry. You're trying to produce. Additive is adding layers of material one at a time to build up. Ataveli the product that you're making these new advanced manufacturing techniques like additive. They're really hard. It's not like you're two D. PRINTER. Where you just plug it in and hit a button and press print and outcomes of beautiful part. It's actually a really difficult process yet to control all kinds of variables from the humidity in the room to the vibration to the temperature of the resin. Etcetera to be honest I didn't know that three D. Printing had been around for decades transformative. Additive manufacturing could be an industrial contexts. But it turns out the supply chains of the future could be entirely digital today. If you want to have a set of spare parts for your product you make one hundred thousand a million of them. Whatever you think you need and you store those in a warehouse for years in some cases decades now what you can do is move those parts into a digital warehouse that's managed by fast radius and we produce the parts on demand when you need them. No more no less than you need. We like to say we're creating the world's biggest warehouse a billion feet but it's all digital right. There's no physical warehouse that paints a picture of an entirely different design process. Today the normal process is to design a product and then put it in a giant order for parts tomorrow. Moral businesses will be able to develop products in real time and manufacture the necessary parts as the productivity tools soap as well. It is possible or gathering all this data which allows us to build. What many would consider a quote UNQUOTE SMART FACTORY? We use term called the digital thread so having that data all the way from the patrols formulation to the production and every piece of data right the temperature in the room the vibration who was a technician who worked on it. What does the diversion of design? What is the machine number? That was run on time. How long did it take? What are the data points that you need to collect? In order to drive value. In a factory environment justice Irene outlined the flexible manufacturing of the future will be underpinned by best-in-class data gathering and processing today Wifi and hardwired networks. Play a role in factories but future five. G. Networks from his to be faster and more reliable and support more connected devices right now. We're using traditional Wi five but we can absolutely envision environment where we would have a five G. Network that would allow us to gather even more data more quickly more efficiently. And so we're keeping an eye on that and exploring what are the limits of Wifi? And how do we think about? Maybe transitioning to five G. So not going to happen tomorrow. But we're excited about just as greater bandwidth and what we may be able to do with regard to gathering even more data intensive points of capture. That would allow. Us drive even richer insight into the future with five G. is coming today. T mobile is leading the five G. charge with thirty billion dollars. Invested in their network to deliver new capabilities improved. Connectivity and true mobility provided by an advanced network from T mobile for business could change the way we all live and work. The Five G. era will take the best technologies available. Today in the wireless space so that you can offer new capabilities to your business. Customers t mobile for business knows that the future of business will be powered by advancements in wireless networks with these new technologies opening the doors for better ways to get the job done. Business is changing. Learn MORE AT T. MOBILE FOR BUSINESS COM. So Kara this idea of the digital warehouse is interesting. If more companies moved that model might be able to replace a lot of these traditional warehouses that stole products with trees and forests or at the very least to reduce the environmental cost of shipping pods around the world. I actually think that the definition of factory might change in the near future show especially when so much is stored in the cloud. We'll see three D. printing on an industrial scale. And I had no idea that three D printing technology had been around for so long or would it could even enable actually learned that some of the new breed of antennas that will underpin future five. G. Are Actually Being Three D. PRINTED. So we sort of see the wheel coming full circle of course over this. Talk Three D. Printing and automated manufacturing does raise questions about what happens to factory workers who've been displaced Irene. Talks about developing new skills but that might not be available to everyone. That's true and it's part of a bigger conversation about what happens to Labor in an age of automation. In the meantime there are some bright spots for the workers of today when it comes to technological innovation. I spoke with Sean Peterson who is using technology but his goal is to improve worker safety for what he calls. Industrial Athletes and industrial athlete is essentially what we like to call a manual labor. The way that we look at blue collar work is the same that we look at professional athletes. You go out. You put your body on the line to put bread on the table. Professional athletes do that for a few hours a day with the best equipment in the world. But there's guys that go out and do it for eight hours a day and they do it for the course of forty years six days a week on that level of rigor just to provide for the family. Fear on life For US earns the Moniker of industrial athlete. We're in Industrial Safety Science Company and we drive the world's leading risk metrics for these industrial athletes to help reduce injuries on average of thirty five percent year over year. That's Sean Peterson. He didn't always think he would become a tech entrepreneur originally. He thought he would join the family. Construction business. I grew up thinking I was going to run or participate in the family. Construction Company and my father passed away in the job. Sorry I went off. I became an entrepreneur and along that entrepreneurial journey fell in love with this problem. That are these injuries that are these opportunities to provide a level of design intent to make a better life for these people not only are manufacturing and warehouse workers exposed to potential injury. The physical nature of their job exposes them to long-term bodily risk. Just think about lifting a box over your head thirty or forty times. How many opportunities there are for something to go wrong? That's where strong arm comes into play. We created a horrible sensor that measures over the risk that an industrial athlete goes through throughout his day. It's a small sensor. It's like twice the size of a tic TAC box. And you wear it on your chest or you wear it in a shirt pocket or clip it onto your false safety harness and we provide alerts to help avoid those injuries to that individual real time and then we drive metrics back to management to help them make better decisions on how to invest in further infrastructure in training and equipment to help eliminate those injuries in the future and the platform. We have is called the fuse. Platform the fuse platform can do things like tell you that. You're twisting in a way that is unhealthy for your back or that. You're approaching an area that is especially risky looking at all the motions that he's gone through risky and how they relate to the degradation of his lumbar spine a or is lower back or just as chance of getting a musculoskeletal injury and we provide an alert before he does something risky within drive further insight through other types of Environmental Awareness. So we collect heat information humidity air quality as well as looking out for odorless gases things that people would be worried about and we provide an early alert around those exposures. That alert would either say. Hey you should change whatever respirator you're wearing because we've noticed you're going through higher levels of exposure than you previously thought you would is an area where you should be wearing a hard hat. Is there an area where needs certain amount of training on of course? Today there are ways to communicate this type of information. Think about all of those hard hat signs you see on construction sites but in the future it may be possible to serve this information in real time with contextual relevance. You're working in a really hot environment. So we're going to measure that heat and once you hit over that exposure eight. We're GONNA give you feedback to say get out of the truck for fifteen minutes and go have some water. It's just like someone tap you on the shoulder to say. Hey Watch out for this. We provide all that information insight directly to the individual and then at the end of the day all that information shot up to the cloud where managers in the greater ecosystem in the value chain canal. Get insight into that risk. And all of that data can then be used to make bigger decisions about future optimizations addressing problems before they arise a quick scan of our data showed us that on this conveyor line essentially that people were twisting so fast that that's why they were getting hurt. Busa Saj forcing velocity which is one of the factors. Are that we collect. We said they're terrific so fast. There's no training. There's no extra skeleton. There's no way that we can change. This we're going to have to go for infrastructural change so we recommended a conveyor belt that had forty five degree. Bendon it to just eliminate that twisting. What we saw was not only a complete elimination of that injury entirely. But the time in the factory was such that rehabilitate now afford such that. We the rest of the warehouse with safer equipment. So we're just helping them get better at getting people who are in the door. That are doing this job. Which by injury rate is the riskiest job in the world and now we're just using technology to help them retain those individuals and then helped those people be safe so they're less problems going forward in less. Turnover the fuse platform collects that can help drive decision making but this carries with it obvious. Privacy concerns so sean says that strong arm is thoughtful about the kind of data they collect. Our devices are built with that industrial athlete in mind all the way down to the way the information is not only delivered but it's also collected. We don't touch anything over hip over not driving any metrics individually on this person. It's all externally monitorable information. And the information is built on a compliant database that can allow us to analyze an individual's risk profile at the drop. Forehead Sean believes that risk profile can help keep workers safe ultimately creating more efficiency and productivity in the same way that the industry of the future may allow us to create individualized products it could also allow manufacturers to Taylor work to individual workers..

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07:26 min | 2 years ago

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"Being able to help people was where I started by like working like being outside. I like every aspect being physical and making a difference that we're able to do in the fire service. As to fire chief Herald. Modern has responsibilities to the local community but also to the firefighters overseas and modern building techniques and materials. Sometimes make that more difficult. It's not the old simple you know would building anymore. That's burning. I mean these structures that has contacts and or consumable components. It's a much more toxic environment for our firefighters. Were exposing these folks. Not just to the stresses the physical and the mental as well but equally we have a huge seen a huge change in the amount of cancer related events that were being exposed to because the changes today in the way things are made. There's a lot more petroleum-based products and everything that's out there in the form of plastics and the form of other types of treatments for products. And it's a difficult job to do. We've got people who are willing to do which is amazing. They charge head on into these things for the chief. New Technology is not just about the wonder of innovation. All the bottom line is about saving lives and this means he always has an ear out for the products that are pushing the frontiers of fighting forward. I try and work with people who innovate and create ahead of time and allow them to through our burn training facility or by working with us to refine their products so they actually do work for us. I mean we need tools not toys and we don't have time to sit around and play with things that don't work one of the biggest problems that technology could play a powerful role in mitigating is the difficulty of navigating a fire crawling through a burning building. You can't see anything. You're almost better to close your eyes so that you know you focus on your other senses of what do I hear? So here's somebody crying out if I hear the fire because I can hear the crackling sound. The moving sounds to assist firefighters. An homestead is the chief has long been interested in a product that combines thermal imaging and open-ended reality. The problem is that early versions were just not practical. What's thorough imaging was invented early versions? Were Helmet mounted. They were huge. I'm surprised that break. Somebody's neck the thing was so big. It wasn't functional at least an feel the varmint but according to Harold that could be changing he and his department had been working with company who quake to develop the tests and new firefighting tool called. See through as we talked about in the last episode of this podcast. The high data rates Lower Latency Andrew processing promised by Five G. could make mobile VR and ar devices much more feasible. We're working with quake right now to develop a item that either goes on your helmet or goes in your mask and both allow you hands-free now to see into the fire. But even better they use like a green screen bordering technology. The Dan allows us to frame things and then allows us to see what's the heat levels and so forth. So we put it on a bunch of our firefighters and then ran them through our fire simulation building so it was full of smoke and he and his close to real conditions as you can do cake and not only were they more efficient and finding the victim and getting them out in a shorter period of time. All of them said we want this now. This technology would make us better. It would make us more efficient. My gain is if this company can be successful and put that new technology into every firefighters hands. Then you know. That's a huge improvement for our industry. Harrell's career goes back decades but his enthusiasm for technology was more of an evolution. I was on a committee with the nationalist. To after nine eleven I was a a naysayer of the robots that were brought their fact. We've come a long way since the early two thousands were all we envisioned was aerial robots. To where we're literally able to fly that technology today and not expend a whole bunch of money to do it. Those aerial robots that Harold was skeptical of other predecessors to drones to Harold now believes could be transformative fighting and that could also be further enabled by five G. Drones are amazing pieces of equipment. Put in the hands of public safety personnel. Who would use them for good? I mean literally. Last year we were flying on the campfire in a remote searches and also that was the third disaster that we had mapped within days to where the public ago to a site and look through a panoramic of all. These different kind of piece together digitized flights that were done and not only see their address but be able to zoom in a three sixty on whether it was still there what your neighborhood looked like and everything right after the fire for damage assessment as ever we have to keep privy considerations top of mind but you sensitively new technologies being developed by businesses in consultation with local governments have the potential to save lives and the high data rates and lower powered sensors. Promised by the next generation of wireless connectivity. Could make these tools all the more powerful five Geeta to bigger pipe and so that bigger pipe allows me to get data and other information I could have never gotten before by having that bigger pipe you could actually at some point hopefully merge all these different technologies together and have all that in a face peace or a helmet or a combination of both so that we truly move firefighting into the next century. Mike Pie in the sky like I said as a system that's able for my firefighter to see what they're doing and a building they can see. Maybe what a drone footage over the building looks like so they can actually see where they are so they can be exposed to exterior conditions. That typically they won't be able to see unless they're outside the structure. So how do I communicate that in so five? G. To me is the pipe that could capture all that information and stream it in to a firefighter's face peace at the same time. Allow the incident commander outside the structure ended up on the screen like an IPAD. You know all those different things are in play and I know there are people working on all of them and Herald is more than happy to what we've businesses who he believes can help him in his team achieve better outcomes. I'm open to anybody any tech company. Anybody WHO'S INVENTOR INNOVATOR? Who wants to talk about making something better? I'll listen to anybody for at least five minutes to hear their pitch read an email. Whatever they propose if it's something that's going to help our industry and save life and property or the environment that's what we're about bottom line.

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

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03:36 min | 3 years ago

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"The twisting or the fourteen six awesome question. So first of all I want to divide women amend a little bit in the intimate and fasting thing. First of all, you do not have contra indication to gonna use. That's a medical term for when you can't give a drug. I'm being a little over a dramatic with that. But you cannot give this I would not recommend this or prescribe this dia to anybody with Bolivia history or anorexia history or are pregnant woman or a woman who's breastfeeding. Right. So those are not the time to do this. Right. And then you're going to break it down by is it a goal to lose weight. Or is it a goal to become healthier and clean up? What you're eating. So then I'm going to say that period of time where you're cleaning out your cabinet's thinking, then it's like, I'm a musician. So I love acoustic music. I don't care. What it is. And listen to anything, whether it's the jazz quartet or rule grass or folk music or Irish whatever it's gonna be two cello bringing on, but I can watch those people in they're playing relents the stuff that you hear on on Elvis, Duran ideas. So that auto tune, that's all your food. Yeah. So that's the analogy guys so pick whatever the music is you want? I don't care if it's Mediterranean or Pesca -tarian or vegan vegetarian whatever you think. Works for you pick it and apply that team intimate fasting. Okay. So get carves out processed food done go to whole foods. I always say shop around the out of remedy supermarket. Don't go down the middle aisles. Forget about that place. You start with that? And then you pick a like of old intimate fasting? Once again, I'm a logistics guy. I like to see what makes sense for people. I know of managed friends I've managed family. I, you know, I had a friend of mine told me, you know, I'm good day, man. But nyc guy sucks, and he's I don't cook. My wife's work, and I come home put on the keys, and then I'm eating everything in the house. Yeah. That's me. Got Mike how so anyway, this is the most common theme we see. Right. So I I am like the one. That's it's basically. Okay. You don't need overnight, obviously. And you get up and you have to that's the bad thing too. That's nighttime eating disorders. So and it depends on your schedule to I'm assuming a nine to five situation. So you get up you have a black Cup of coffee. That's okay. And then you wouldn't think about food again till ten AM. Okay. Then you can eat whatever you want in that diet plan. I said, right and. That window between ten AM and six PM. I just think like for my life that would work. Because I think of how many times Russia out of the house. You don't have breakfast. Now. There's an argument that breakfast is the most important today protein is probably the most difficult cereal. Yeah. Read Gary tabs book the case against sugar, right? Gary tab the case against sugar. He talks about the whole geopolitical history of how we ended up in this mess. This is like my favorite topic. Okay. Guys. You know, how are always talking about therapy. And how important it is for your health? It's not just about what you eat. It's about your mental health. And I think that there's a lot of people who just there's a lot of confusion out there, where do I find therapist wave even have time for one? How do I find a good one? What if we don't work out we found there's a really really great company called better help. It's a solution that connects you with a professional counselor in a safe and private online environments. What makes it super super convenient?.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"I left them out of patience. I work with over four or five years. This whole thought of it's gonna come back. No. Because if I work with you long enough, and we do the right counselling and flip. The mindset Joan of arc said all great battles are won and lost in the mind before they even happen. Right. So if we set ourselves up to succeed, and we then vote for her, but it's another. Yes. Exactly. So, but the thing is is that we can set ourselves up. But it's takes this. It's unfortunately, an individual thing, but families can get involved. But the problem is that second time we're gonna see weight regain when leptin levels drop. There's not an injectable. The yet we tried that. So that's when the second time the medication may come into battle back against the hypothalamus and say, hey, wait a minute. We do want to keep his weight down. That's the that's the behavioral part, that's so critical. And if I work with people, I look back at the chart, sometimes I wait a second. This person's kept this seventy pounds off three years. Actually, I feel good about because I'm very intense and very kind of driven by and I'm I'm the best coach ever have when I see good results. Right. So I'm not out to make money doing this. In fact, I don't even have a web presence at present is point or a book or anything. So I have no vested interest in selling anything except people to have good health. You know, great to hear that. Everyone's pedaling something. But, but no, I do want to kind of because I see so much gone on it's gone wrong. But that's the second time so to maintain that set point or reset it if you will it takes a lot of work and most of it's done here, brain and the mind, I'm pointing there's no TV here. So. And it's the cooperative relationship between the provider..

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

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"But at the same ties compared to how it used to. Okay, through when I was five that's bad. That's good. No. I was it was fine. But I mean, I do think that I handled it so with win. There is no win. You didn't have one one positive experience. This whole week thing about wanting little thing. It's okay. With want do. Wow. My jeopardy's tunes. Yeah. I'm really trying to think I'm trying to think actually Sunday yet you go. Okay. My win is actually very very proud of this like, I came home beaming. We had we're happy hour, and I'm trying to be like I'm trying to not be strict, but I'm really just trying to follow like a good plan like not diet plan. But just like the healthy like really be mindful. And so I was like I was a little nervous. But again in my journal, I wrote be mindful when you go they had it was Mexican everything came fried chips and Panetta's duck goals. I don't even know what I'm doing tacos. Like the case, even the shooter, the Cheras the end everything was fried. But there was gawk and I got one to kill a soda. Everybody's getting like a bunch, and I was just like, I was drinking mine slowly. And I asked for vegetables, they took an hour to bring them to me. But I stayed so strong not to eat a chip. To Mike dip, dick might walk. Did my gawk, and I went home, and I was so fucking proud of myself. It was just like because it was just like you don't need to give it like you don't need to give into like it was almost like a societal pressure of doing something that you don't really want to do. And I was like I don't need to give into this. And I'm going to just do what I want and it felt so so good. That's great. It was like, I everybody should send me balloons. Okay. What was yours? Okay here. This win is ties into the and I also. What have had it had? I had to take euless, right? Gil. Gil is not much of a difference. Exactly. Okay. Here's the win. While I was very upset about my couch situation with the way fair that I just mentioned earlier. Okay. I at the same time on the phone with Ali like, maybe we should get a different couch. Like, I was in west he's on a work trip. He's in a work. He went on a work trip. My age you feel like you should get a different. You know? I I also and I was on the phone him. And I just wanted to like literally stopped my foot in scream while I was in the middle of film and someone while as in west elm, and I was on the phone with him like screaming someone in west shots person. Goes is that Sammy relief someone literally from afar like heard my voice? And like, oh my God. I hope he didn't hear me like acting very Asia. And Yankari when I was on the phone, AVI. I was much more like calm speaking to him. And instead of starting to fight with him about like, which catch we should get. And the fact that he wasn't here to help me fucking pick on out like, yeah. Instead of that. I was like I got over it. And then later on. I was like, okay. Yeah. That's including me calmer. Because he's like he's like, you know, I understand why you're very upset about this transition. That's great. Ever said that to me. That's great. Okay. That was my win. That's closing down calming. I mean, that's what I'm saying reeling. It in is a very difficult thing to do when you're so used to normal habits. Yeah. I'm just so happy that the listener did not hear me throwing a tantrum tight, actually. I didn't throw. Yeah. I actually didn't throw tantrum in west elm. But like I could have happened. If you meet the deal be touted for a bit after he was like, are you Sammy release? That's great. I mean, he just moved to New York City, we go. So welcome welcome to NYC. Great. Okay. Should we move onto? We wanted you recipe. I didn't cook anything. I cooked one thing. No. I know I cooked a few things I made..

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04:19 min | 3 years ago

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"Yes. Just that obsession where it's like, okay. I had a piece of pizza yesterday. But you know, it's okay. And like it's, but I've also seen also seen that. Was I going to say I've also heard and seen that like a lot of people who have sort of obsessive or dick personalities who've challenged through other things in their life. Whether it's like, drinking, or whatever and they've nip that in the, but it transforms into threats, which I think of it in Lee for America. What's? Yeah. Le- from early of America. She wrote about it, which I thought was interesting was that like she had she had an eating disorder. She got or drinking. What was it? What did she has? She was like partying lot. And like just like extreme partying either way. Then if you've done it in the bud, and she's she has admitted that it's it's sort of now. Got obsessed with yoga for manifested in manifested. That's looking for into being so healthy. But I think she's very aware of it. But anyway, that's where I got the idea that must must be there must be so many people so addictive personalities manifesting into this. Yeah, it's the trend of eliminating certain food group, or even a type of macro nutrient, for instance, I love jaylo and a rod, but they're now supporting something called the ten day challenge. And and I know and like I do love them. But recently they've been doing it. Yeah. So they think like two days ago they posted on Instagram that like, oh, we're come back from the gym. And we're challenging ourselves to do this. So now, we're challenging and then jaylo said like Hoda does one of the people she's challenging to do what to cut out sugar and to cut out carbs for ten days high. Like, this is this is this is it in the flesh of develop or. Rex. But generally think like oh ten days. That's not not totally. That's the point here is that ten days is nothing fine. Like, I could do it. You're motivated what happens after that days? Then you get basically your mind up. Yeah. That's that's say like the biggest thing from like intuitive eating that. I like have kept is that like, okay, whenever I just like really shirk myself. It will be immediately followed by been cycle. So there is no pants doing bull restriction. Like, I'm never going to do these like detox is again as it just bucks me up over over and over again. That's why one people on social media are declaring such strong obsessive. Rules for themselves. People follow them. They're extremely influential. They have a huge network of people that they're hitting of all ages. So what what's the most dangerous thing is like you said is what's going to transpire after these ten days and say, I think it is. Okay. It's okay. Like, I feel like a lot of people from like, maybe even this podcast or just like social media feel like the opposite. Where it's now I should feel shame for wanting to be healthy. I'm just I think the biggest like difference here or the nuance. Is that it's okay to want to be healthy. Just it's the fear of not being healthy. Sometimes that turns into like this obsession, we're I remember when I was younger. I may have brought this up on the podcast. I was really young. And I was trying to be on Atkins. And my mom was like just have like some rice, we have rice. And I started crying because I was so upset I have brought that. It was obviously stayed with me because I was like so anxious about like fucking up my diet like age fifteen, you know, about eating some rice. And it's like it's really the difference between there. It's like, it's when you having Zayed's about eating healthy foods versus it's okay to maybe eat them mindfully or just enjoy it once or twice or however many times it takes for it not to be or three residual guilt feel is almost on more unhealthy than the food itself. There's something that happens in the body. It's called alo static pressure and not really when cortisol explodes because you're so pissed off at yourself for falling off the wagon or eating something. That's not in your rulebook. And not sits with you. And not has a lot of impact on inflammation in your body. Right..

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Like, this might actually be like healthy. Like, you said it's like you could be with spinach kale, or is generally healthy. So what is to stop crazes beat from being started? That are truly not healthy. It's like when someone says, I am the number one expert on like, I don't fucking know microphone. Yeah. No one hold the microphone like so just say, I'm. Mm this. And then they and then they start a movement. And it's like that seems like very dangerous back in the day. When people would say like, I'm no fat is like everything needs to be low fat. That's now my every scientific studies attached to it. Well, we know that was funded by the wrong people sugar. But at least there was a study a study, right? When I mean like this guy, and he's a bidding. So the study they're only on rats and mice, and they are also only done not by juicing it. It's the extract from a very small component of it. So it's not even that you can replicate the study in humans because we don't know what they used in the laboratories, and it's so small scale, and now we're going to the general public and saying this will be a cleanse for your your disgusting body. I quote cleaning up the mess inside. My body is what he is is telling scientific term for that. And that's not fair because that's not. That's also. That's telling all of us that we have mess inside bodies, creating fear fear or sure I hate I always every this need for cleanse is is done based on this fear that we have a mess in our body. But actually know think even you've said it that like your body has the ability to cleanse itself. Yeah. That's that's why we have or ever Oregon's liver. Our skin even can protect us from pollutants outside and our small intestines. Like, this is the morale the miracles of the body and kind of leaning into a traffic is so. Like, I don't want to save hard. Yeah. Like, you're just you're throwing every single thing. Not that you have an investing in a trend. That's that's going to give you false. Hope is is not fair. Well, I just wanna say why I do actually think these kind of trends are dangerous and why like don't feel bad using that word one time when I was like ten my grandmother went on this diet that she found some fad diet, you probably know Garcia. It was it was basically, she ate broccoli and Turkey, only and drank so much bucking water that she ended up in the hospital that because she was drowning herself by eating water drinking so much water. So like you hear these trends, and they're like not verified, and they sound to me to be extreme like you can actually end up in the hospital because of this is what happened to my clients. She was juicing and having doing exactly what they said having it on an empty stomach and a couple of days goes by and she says to me that the week. It went by. And she said I said how was your weekend? Like what kind of stuff did you do? And she said, oh is in the hospital. What are you talking about? Like, are you? Okay. And she said, well, I didn't know that I was gonna have TMI like diarrhea and from having all the celery juice, and I was not able to understand that. This is a reaction that isn't isn't warranted. That's not something that you should be having naturally yet. You should probably feel okay after having celery juice, but having this for a couple of days in a row, she got strictly week and her her electrolytes were completely off balance. And she got some fluids. Like that is a serious situation that could have been stopped by having a little bit more dose of reality here. Right. Is like also if you we're not saying that sellers bad salary is good orderly. Just add it to your salad too late at it does to see if you like it don't just jump once in awhile like building there every day..

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Dinner get lunch easily vist, right, especially if you are drinking at any of those meals or like any place. So I was like looking at that at like, the cost whatever this is insane. How this trip would literally be a thousand dollars less didn't like plan to eat eat, obviously, you're gonna eat. That's the point of going to Switzerland. Like the chocolate, correct. Yeah. Jealous. That's why we're going. You're gonna know in October. Oh are there? Yes. Later, still exciting. Yeah. I mean, not definite. It's not poke spending thirty. Yeah. We are thirty sooner than you. Trying to forget, whatever. What is yes? It is insanely screwed is like the most underrated like expense like bane of your finances. So I think that this is a really important one not just because it like this is not even in the context of losing weight, but it will be healthier because you're cooking your own Lutely or choosing how much like oil and salt, and whatever is in it, and you're to help your finances. So I win I really like this too. And like I've been saying forever. We've been saying that cooking your own meals. No. That doesn't even matter. What you cook make yourself teriyaki bowl with rice? It's so much healthier. Like when before like, I started the diet to space that all of you have been. I lost four pounds. Just because I started I was cooking at home. I wasn't necessarily meal prepping, but I did the museum plus the veg- the veg- crap. And or I would just buy shit. I would make it a point to buy stuff pre cut, and I would cook at home either, lunch or dinner. I would eat the lunch from the office goad make a salad or whatever. And for lost four pounds. Look at all just sort of came off. Because I was it wasn't like stuffing. You're right. You're couldn't make loyals in the salt salt is a big one. I don't think so makes you better. But it doesn't mean chain water. But I think that if you make you could literally order something from restaurant or make it the exact same thing yourself, and I truly believe it would be like twenty five percent less calories. Yeah. Definitely just because you made it yourself. It could be the exactly one hundred percent. I don't know what it is. Because I think that restaurants like, no, no one wants to go to a restaurant that doesn't taste amazing. And the way you kind of make food tastes like amazing. I adding unnecessary. Oil and salt. Yeah. That's how you make that fat and sugar and they're never using the healthy shit. They're only using canola oil or they're only using like butter like a lot of butter. Yeah. And that's how they make their food tastes goods want to go back. So you pay as much as they charge. Like, even if you made spaghetti young your own house. Yeah. We'd be consuming less calories for the same amount own house. Totally so, and you'd be paying less because spaghetti restaurants like twenty dollars and spaghetti in your house like one dollar. Okay. This bilingual episodes. Okay. Speaking of cooking. So when we when we come back, we'll take a quick break. And we're gonna talk about what we cooked this week, speaking cooking. This episode of diets are smart is brought to you by shine the shine app is like having a daily pep talk in your pocket, basically what they do is. They send you a motivational text and audio clip to help you start your day. And they give you really basic tips. That are very they build your confidence kind of been using it for the past week. And I've you feel like I've been better. I feel like yeah, they do have definitely like more present think you that was my resolution. Also, thanks. So basically the app comes with seven day audio challenge at challenges to help you grow on the go. It builds up your confidence, whether.

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02:21 min | 3 years ago

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"Maybe filming ourselves doing the show once a week and having a full episode just be us. And then maybe guess uploads be separate that maybe come out more than one. It's a week. Sometimes maybe it would it would consistently the two of us. And then we would add the guest episode on a different day. Yeah. Let us know. What you think of that? Some if you guys know fuck that we love the guests. That's fine. Always alice. Yeah. No. But only guess what that third. Okay. I have a third one. And this sort of goes back to like why we even started this podcast, which is the use of Instagram. I think that we could really use social I think I don't know exactly how do this. This is a smart goal, quote, unquote. Like changing the way we used social media to be more positive and to be you know, it's not for the purpose of like showing showing off or anything. But to use it in a way, that's like use it more. I think in ways that are like really engaging and that people can come to feel good about themselves. Yeah. Like there. There are so many accounts that I involved with. I'm like, this makes me like shit total. He wants to be one of those accounts that you Ballo because it makes you feel good. Yeah. Get it on I have chill. Pills. I love that idea. I really love that. And these are great focuses, and I want we really want you guys to be a part of it. We want this to be truly community. We want you to an you guys could use your Instagram's in a more way to and meeting with like ways in which that can happen like Cher ways sampled for every time that you don't look at yourself in the mirror or you take very reflective surface. What do you do instead, and you can like insta- that like instead of your self and make it less self obsessed? Right. You know what? I mean think about it. Yeah. We're going to think about it like different things that we could do. But. Happy fucking new year guys. Good be too. I feel great. All right. Don't forget to rate review. Subscribe. Every review counts every five star review really count to pushes us up in the in the podcast thing. So you guys get it and Email us and follow us on Instagram. Dice are tomorrow. Join our Facebook group really big things with group is called died starts tomorrow workers and our Email DSP budgets dot com. Yes. Okay. Bye..

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"tomorrow" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Work. Great gift. Great future. Give. Yes, a great like it's a great gift for someone who just resolved to grow in their career. Agreed. So we wrote that book very quickly, and I feel like we actually did sort of become more like authorities on careers. Yes, nece. Yeah. I mean, I think we are business lot. The second thing is that we got Forbes thirty under thirty which was a goal of our very long time. So we're since we twenty one. Yes. So we're very excited to yes. That was exciting person another another work related thing that is semi work related, but semi personal. I feel like I became much more socially active this year, like not socially like socializing, politically, I guess just socially more invested in sort of like the world itself. And like the difference. I can make it and some of this was done like through work like we went to Puerto Rico to like help and go see like what the hurricane recovery. We made a documentary video. We did the election day bus, which I was like super proud of. I felt like that was that was an incredible that was an incredible moment. So I really feel very proud to sort of like integrated that more into my identity an open way. I got Twitter. Now development outfit. Let me see what else sign for that round of around half marathon. Thank you what I like about that chievements because I tend to say I'm going to do something that I don't do. Yeah. I remember we talked to that. Yeah. I did which nice incredible. In terms of I guess while we're on like, food and fitness. I feel like I stopped binge eating to the extent that I used to. I literally suspend every single Sunday like just ordering over and over again eating as many things as I could in one day. Yeah. And I no longer spend. My Sundays doing not not that all congrats huge fee. That is actually I think kind of the biggest feet here. Yeah. Because that was something that like, I just really couldn't break for probably about four years. Yeah. And like going into the next year like just all you have to try to do. I mean, it's obviously hard. It's just maintain it. Yes. You got over it, definitely. And then in terms of like relationships, I feel like my relationship with my mom vastly improved. You can definitely attest to this. She moved away. So that helps but it was. It was a big deal because I had a difficult relationship with her before he's very like sort of upset at her for a lot of the things that went down during my young years. Yeah. And I feel like I've definitely like forgiven her for some of those things, and like we're just more on like a level where we can relate easier in terms of great. That's a big deal. Thank you live is another rhythm. And then in terms of my like, my relationship with I feel like before him. I was never in like a normal healthy relationship before for this long. And I feel like two years ago, we were just starting to date, and it was like all you know, it's all over manikin amazing things. Like, so nice. I feel like this year was more like, okay, we've been dating awhile. And I feel like I have just been like able to more like communicative and more like, I don't know levelheaded about things and that has really helped my relationship. That's awesome. Things are good because they're not like milestones of anything. It's personal like things that are that you. Set Riley on that you that you complex. It's not it doesn't always have to be like one road straight up till like being perfect. It's like, okay, I like had to deal with things. And then I like feel like overall I can look back and be like, it's way better. Yeah. What what about you? Let's open my list of things well before so I decided to wear tank tops, which really really big what that was like, honestly, huge. I mean other things that happened was I got engaged, and I got a dog which are big like things that changed my life in some ways because getting a gauge isn't really change except for the fact that now I've added a giant stressor to myself that I have to plan a fucking wedding..

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