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Kansas races past Miami in 2nd half, reaches 16th Final Four
"The Kansas Jayhawks advance to the final four by winning the Midwest regional seventy six fifty over Miami trailing by six at halftime Kansas opened the second half with a twenty five to seven run it over the final twenty minutes the run extended to forty seven fifteen Remi Martin came off the bench to score nine points and was named the tournament's most outstanding player my teammates and then is is is really my teammates and coaches man just sticking with me due to ups and downs and you know just instilling more confidence in me so far in the NC double A.'s the J. hawks have defeated Texas southern Creighton Providence and now Miami and for Kansas this will be the school sixteen final four appearance and for coach bill self his fourth appearance David Shuster Chicago
Top-seeded Gonzaga rallies in 2nd half to beat Memphis 82-78
"Gonzaga made it seven consecutive trips to the Sweet Sixteen but it wasn't easy the west top seed Bulldogs overcame a twelve point second half deficit to defeat number nine Memphis seventy two sixty eight Gonzaga forward drew Timmy was game high with twenty five when his team was down by ten at the break he had a special message for his mates no matter what happens no matter what the score is win or lose this could be very well be the last twenty minutes about so you don't reply and go out with no regrets the zags next face Arkansas in the east fourth seed UCLA is returning to the Sweet Sixteen thirteen no first half run gave the ruins the lead for good and a seventy two fifty six victory over number five St Mary's next up for the Bruins red hot North Carolina I'm Bruce Morton
Penguins pull away in third for 5-2 win over Golden Knights
"Mark Friedman's first goal in ten months broke open a tie game early in the third period of the penguins five to win over the golden knights always always cards get five minutes past the weather and what made a hell of a way to take it with the skates and I just jumped up and saw many many great awesome I was very relieved to see Bryan rust added his twentieth goal of the season with about five minutes remaining a power play tally that made it for two Rustin Jeff Carter each had a goal and an assist to support Kristen Jerry who turned back forty shots biggest entered the final twenty minutes tied to two despite outshooting the penguins twenty to seven in the second period Pittsburgh hopped over the Rangers for second place in the metropolitan division six points behind Carolina I'm the ferry
All-Star Talbot makes 30 saves, Wild beat Blackhawks 5-0
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No. 19 Tennessee hands No. 6 Arizona first loss 77-73
"Nineteenth nineteenth ranked ranked Tennessee Tennessee rode rode a a strong strong start start to to a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy three three win win over over number number six six Arizona Arizona the the Wildcats Wildcats first first loss loss of of the the season season Tennessee Tennessee had had seven seven of of its its first first eleven eleven shots shots and and opened opened the the game game with with the the sixteen sixteen to to advantage advantage in in the the first first five five minutes minutes John John Fulkerson Fulkerson scored scored twenty twenty four four points points and and had had ten ten rebounds rebounds I I would would let let you you know know to to see see that that full full game game every every day day that's that's just just I I guess guess that's that's just just how how the the game game goes goes and and you you know know you you try try to to bring bring it it every every day day every every practice practice every every game game Santiago Santiago the the Scully Scully had had fifteen fifteen for for the the ninety ninety two two vols vols Benedict Benedict matter matter and and had had fourteen fourteen of of his his twenty twenty eight eight points points in in the the first first half half he he was was the the only only Arizona Arizona starter starter to to score score in in the the first first twenty twenty minutes minutes as as Tennessee Tennessee took took a a thirty thirty four four twenty twenty one one lead lead the the Wildcats Wildcats are are eleven eleven and and one one I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Dow slammed by 1,000 points in worst drop of 2021 on fears about new Covid variant
"Stocks tank this morning as a new highly transmissible corona virus variant from South Africa seem to be spreading across the globe the Dow dropped about nine hundred points in the first twenty minutes of trading the S. and he appeared to be headed toward its worst day since September down one point seven percent the nasdaq dropped one point one percent soon after the open companies felt the economic impact fast flights between South Africa and Europe were subject to
Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115
"The sons of stretch their winning streak to fourteen games is Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to a one twenty one fifteen victory at Cleveland Booker finished with thirty five points and Paul hit four free throws over the final eight point eight seconds to help Phoenix keep the winning streak alive Paul finished with seventeen points and twelve assists we try not to get too high try not to get too low and we control we control and we we talk about everything you know what I like no I no guessing you know how this guy feels and it's it's nice to be with a group like you they'll McGee added thirteen points and twelve rebounds in twenty minutes off the bench the Cavaliers dropped their fifth in a row despite Jared Allen's twenty five points and eleven rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie
Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3
"Bryce young had another productive yet truncated afternoon is C. if P. number two Alabama storm passed to Mexico state fifty nine three young was twenty one of twenty three for two hundred seventy yards and five touchdowns three to James and Williams as we keep getting reps and keep improving keep growing you know we're we're both kind of push each other challenge each other to be to be better and our best versions of ourselves the Crimson Tide actually trail before young hit Williams for a fifty yard scoring strike the ninety one tide reeled off seven touchdowns in about twenty minutes for a forty nine three halftime lead allowing young to take a seat early in the third quarter Brian Roberts who played just the first half and still finished with ninety nine yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie
Former Airline Ticket Agent Recalls Helping 9/11 Hijackers Board Flight
"One story that. I saw that i did not know before and believe me. If this for you this would bother you to even twenty years. Later is an abc news story. They talked to a man by the name of vaughan. Alex who back on september eleventh two thousand one was ticket agent at dulles international airport and two guys arrived and they seem to be in a hurry. They wanted to make flight seventy seven. That's the one that slammed into the pentagon. Let's play this story from. Abc news the interview. Done by gio benitez when you come in here and you see that ticket counter does it bring you back to that morning. Everything brings you back to that morning. Vaughn alex is talking about the morning. That changed our world. Chaos in new york at the moment. They're not one but two incidents too late arriving first class passengers came rushing through the doors at dulles international airport in virginia. They're late they stop. They were confused. They were looking back and forth and then they need to be lying for where. I was working by. Von was at the american airlines ticket counter. Training to age we were just sitting around and too late. Passengers came running in the terminal. Stopped and i was joking. I looked at at my agents. And i said watch these for flight seventy seven and they were but as we now know. They weren't just any passengers. They were salem and waffle. Hosby me two of the five hijackers on flight seventy seven which later crashed into the pentagon. So you had about twenty minutes until that flight while just under twenty minutes. And i told the agents because they were new i said. Let me show you how we handle late arriving passengers and we did everything. According to the book
'Miracles in Manhattan' Is About God Meeting People Where They Are
"In manhattan. What do you think of that ron lynette. The book is brand new. Miracles in manhattan. When that. you're saying who you thought. The book might appeal to. I think everyone at some point in their life needs a miracle or we certainly know someone else who does and we wrote this book. We pulled these stories together in order to have a tool. That if you're sitting in your neighborhood or in your kid's school or wherever you are and you think that person needs a miracle. They may not be ready for church yet. They'll be ready for this book because you cannot put this book down story after story and we know these people we've known these stories we would read it. We would finish putting it together. And i would sit there and our living room. Read it to ron. We would be. We would stop in their tracks and we all we can do as weep because it reminds you as just like when you read the word of god god's into daily life meeting people where they are and so we want it to be a tool We sent the first six stories to a publisher. Secular publisher and within twenty minutes. He was on the phone. Saying i wanna talk to to ron lewis. Because i i wanna. I wanna talk about this book. It's got that appeal eric. And that thrills us. Because god's gonna use it to reach people who need a meal look i. This is part of the reason we're friends. Is that this idea that somebody might not be ready for church. They're not they're not ready for quote unquote. Christianity becomes with this baggage. Whatever but we all know. Jesus died for them. They were made in his image so he wants to reach them. And so a book like miracles. Manhattan it's why right half books that i do. I mean you want something that you can give to somebody who is not on the same page as you are to say like you know what Maybe this i think you'll like this here and it starts something and it gets people thinking differently because obviously if you're watching the news or watching i mean we live in a world. That is so secular. it's insane. They act like god doesn't exist parentheses. That's not true but we live in that world. And so we need to kind of breakthrough. How do we break through so stories like this. That are real. You know these people. I'm excited thanks for writing the book. It's been an honor. I mean we were compiling. We were just interviewing digging down deep with people. Oftentimes they would give us the outcome instead of like. What were you really going through. So we tried to make sure that people gave us the bad news before the good news that you can really appreciate the good news when you're living in bad news every day of your life and so we put no teaching preaching. It's just fifty stories. Great
September 11: We Will Never Forget
"For years. Now story core has been working with the national september eleventh memorial and museum to record and catalogue the voices. You're about to hear voices that captured the lasting toll of nine eleven. What we know in case you just joining us just after nine. Am that day. United airlines flight one. Seventy five crashed into the south tower of the world trade center. Here's the tape. You see the play coming in from it. Looks like the east side and goes into the building and it was widely captured on video because tv cameras were already trained on the north tower. It had been hit by american airlines flight. Eleven twenty minutes earlier credible pictures. These happened just moments ago and one of the people watching tv. That morning was stacey threatens mom to call me at work she said stacy. How are you watching. Tv the trade centers has been hit. And we were commenting on that. Oh my gosh you know what could we do. We were talking. Maybe they could go give blood. Her mom said or drive up to new york and try to help. It was less than four hours from the dc area where they lived. And where stacy's mom cheryl worked an administrative assistant for the us army and her office was in the pentagon and she said. Stacy i've gotta go and fairly sharp tone to her voice and she hung up the phone on me. I tried to call my mom's office back and nobody answered the phone. The hair stood up on the back of my neck. And my co worker. At the time said the pentagon's been hit stacey coulter sisters and they all met at their parents house. They spent that night calling. Area hospitals trying to find cheryl and he couldn't and late that night her father pulled up alone. He came in the house and everybody else was upstairs. And it was just he. And i and i said dad finder and he just looked at me and he started to cry and he put one hand on either side of the hallway and sinking into his knees and he sustained. She's not coming home. This is it.
US Men Defeat Honduras, 4-1
"Much up for about an hour last night and then we stop staring into it and we scored a few goals and all of a sudden. I think that everything is going to be absolutely perfect forever forever and ever it got bleak last night it got dark. It's amazing it's almost like. Us soccer twitter jayjay. It's of all like the twitter spaces. I think it's the most manic roller coaster ride. It's crazy is for for people who don't follow a lot of us soccer accounts or whatever like it's a crazy place. And i think last night we actually at halftime had a manager. Change greg bear halter. He was fired on. Us soccer twitter at the end of the first half. Then after the subs anthony robinson's go. We played three minutes without a manager. But after robinson's goal bear halter was actually rehired and finish the game out as manager. So he's now back in his second stint with us soccer and it was very interesting as well for an hour and starting mls players. Terrible idea what are you doing. Joe bed better terrible. We smelled and then for the last twenty minutes. It was like land. That i love stand beside. Mls son guide its players to the national team. Like you just don't know what you're what you're gonna get oscillating wildly you you. It's a crazy place and you cannot allow yourself to get sucked into the one hundred percent absolutes. That are run out that this guy sucks. Why is he. I don't ever want to see him again. But now it's just a funny place. But anyway i don't know how deeply want to go into that. It was just a funny
What It Means to Understand Your Power
"To recap last week. I talked about the first step in having resilience. Which is this ability to bounce back from hardship to stand back up and go again. What does it mean to be resilient and to be strong and to keep going last week. I talked about the idea that for me. I think the first step is making peace with what is and the way that we make. Peace is through our mindset and the way that we look at things so that's what last week's episode was about. Go dig in and start there but assuming you've already consumed that one this week. I wanna talk about power. I wanna to talk about your personal power from a few different perspectives. Because resilient really is about string and nobody comes into this world resilient you come into this world completely dependent on other people to keep you alive in fact my friend. Tom and i were just talking about this. And it was in tuesday's episodes if you didn't listen to my interview with tom bill. You go check this out. He talks about this idea that humans are the only animal that come into the world with just zero skills and ability to keep themselves alive. Think about a horse horse comes into the world and twenty minutes later. It's walking we come into the world and we can't do anything and if you're designed in such a way we have to presuppose that there's a reason for that yes. We are much more complex than we can think and we can speak and we can do things that animals can't do and so it's easy to think that it takes longer to evolve and become functioning human beings because we have more things to evolve but you could also look at it another way and ask if there's something more at play than just the facts that your wiring more complex maybe what's at play is the reminder that we always have the ability to grow and evolve.
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines
"I'm just curious. Does that ever make you stop short and say who. Maybe they're trying to inoculate us on a vaccine that might not be as effective to try to pursue profit not wellbeing. Does that ever like enter into your consideration. It's a consideration. You should take about anything produced by any company. That's run for profit. Which is everything you know Basically every need in american society need is tempered by the knowledge that there are people out there who are paid very large salaries to sell it to you. This is the case for everything. We'd everything we eat every time you run down main street or in my case i guess You know the boulevards in los angeles You're seeing the protracted efforts of a billion dollar industry to make sure you want things they're selling could that be the case for covert undeniably. There was a prophet incentive involved. Oh my goodness i'm sorry. And there was probably a protected effort on the part of these companies to make sure they were the first and they probably took every dirty advantage. What but with the data available. I have to still much i would say. Hey i would prefer eating. Mcdonald's who to starvation. I have to say this is probably still something we should be doing you want to do. I don't wanna stay. We've been twenty minutes. Oh for sure gonna make a final media would starve. I actually think this has been really constructive not like that. You know inflammatory. I think that deep down you have this kind of you know urged that i'm already there were. Maybe they want this thing to go on for another decade to go make another hundred billion dollars. And maybe the cheap drug hydrochloric winter ivermectin might work better than they might think. I don't have that urge. Certain other studies would disagree with you earlier. We could change the topic. I just i just think it's so. I'll know that was a healthy discord. Can i meet in the middle on that one on that very last one. I do not trust the pharmaceutical industries. Though the available evidence does seem to point to the effectiveness the vaccines say this Nationalized the pharma industry seriously. It can be used for the collective good and i would ironically actually trust it more in the hands of our ineffective. Bloated government would be sociopaths. Who run at
Can Ben Simmons Be Saved From Philly?
"You may remember our guest here from page to espn's page to. bill simmons. Now has his own podcast. Yeah and each walk into this now but soviet i actually i wanted to talk about ben simmons. 'cause i'm doing football the next couple of pods on my pod and i just have like a twenty minute. Ben simmons conversation me that might you know expire a. I don't know what the time sensitivity is on it. Who knows something happened over the weekend. But i'm just so fascinated by this story. And i don't even remember if it has a payroll and recent mba history again. That's where you always. I think kind of lap the rest of the historical perspective of like. Hey this is happening. It's newsy we've got all these tidbits rumors that we're going to get to and in who's in charge of the steel but historically what we're talking about with somebody this young this many years left on the deal and basically saying hey you guys think i suck anyway. So what's the point. And then the threatening holdout thing which i had heard about about a month ago. Yeah it was met with kind of indifference like all right. Go ahead hold out man But we don't know so why don't you take it in any direction. You think the headline part of this story is right now. The headline part of the story. Is i think both sides have a right to just want to move on from this right and i think everybody else unfortunately knows that for the two sides but you have this starts when they try to trade him for harden you know and you could make simmons the bad guy you can make clutch the bad guy. There's all kinds of takes. You can do with this but it starts when they try to trade him for harden and when you try to trade somebody you go down the road you actually think you got him which i think both of us had until that day that harden was going affiliate was the rap and simmons knows all this so it starts there. Then you have this kind of embiid's team it's embiid city. He's always resident in that city. More than simmons says she had that piece to you whether those guys get along or not. I don't even think that really matters for
How Ben Greenfield Exercises & His Workout Philosophy
"Have a background in bio mechanics and exercise physiology right. That's that's what. I did my master's degree in university of idaho. And so i like to. I like to chunk the programs that create. and and so. If you're listening in this is what you need to step back and ask yourself about your fitness program. I like to include certain components that that specifically focus on core buckets of fitness. So the first would be strength. Like every fitness program needs a lifting heavy shit type of component. Now that can include lighter weights to failure that can include blood flow restriction training right which we actually included in the latter's program has an option to simulate or to trick the muscle into thinking that it's under heavy load that can include super slow strength training with a slightly lighter load like ten to thirty second up ten to thirty second down which is fantastic for for for bringing a muscle to failure at a low risk of injury with a minimum effective dose of exercise like a super slow full body. Strength training workouts. Like fifteen to twenty minute workout and it can also include traditional strength right. Squats dead lifts overhead presses preferably for all of those. I like to use unless someone's going through rehab physical therapy or they're really kind of aesthetically going after certain body parts you know it's like bicep curls or calf raises or whatever. I like everything to be multi joint as much as possible on my programs. You don't have leg day you don't have stomach day. You know triceps and biceps day. That works for a bodybuilder. Who's got like two to four hours a day to spend in the gym and completely crush each of those individual body parts and i used to be a bodybuilder. I used to experiment with that stuff. And and i've realized that if you want the minimum effective dose of exercise every workout is full body right. When was the last time that you used your body and it was just lower body or just upper body or you're trying to play a game of tennis and it was just triceps right. So there's a functional component and also a time saving component. When you're not doing body parts sweats newsroom. Full body instead.
Rockets Hit Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport Amid US Pullout
"What could fire has hit an area near Kabul and pulled the meat the U. S. pullout the rocket far apparently targeting couples International Airport struck a nearby neighborhood on the eve of the deadline for US troops to withdraw from the country after the attack planes continued to land on taxi across the northern military side of the airport taking off roughly every twenty minutes at one point no group has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack last week the Islamic state group in Afghanistan launched a devastating suicide bombing that's one of the apple gates killing around one hundred and seventy Afghans I'm thirteen U. S. service members I'm Charles the last month
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Things that are like get to my insecurities. And i had just take a breather at say. It doesn't matter because whose opinion do you care about truthfully. It's my family. My friends i love. It is not a random person on the air at from member. Stay rounded in that reality. Till actually i understand that emotionally. I think it can be difficult especially when things are misinterpretations. If you are like that person on the other end might not matter but it can be a lot. You know you can be a lot. I'm sorry that for research for this podcast. You went into the trenches for joy to accurately did bill ryan feel bad that i sent you into the woes then again i cannot. I mean i guess. I can believe that people are still talking like that but It's it's interesting because to me. I remember the harshest commenters. We're all people that seemed of a similar type to me. And i always felt like my harshest online were projections from like super fans who like saw themselves in me and either wanted me to do better or whatever insecurities of them and then with you. It's like like you said some of these commenters obsessed with you and like the only way to take you down was you ought to try to feel like you were on their level. It's just. I mean we shouldn't even give them any more time. Probably not i do. I do i do think yeah really. Don't matter what was twenty minutes. I think i.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Good For You
"I was actually scared. Because i was always waiting for the shoe to drop. I thrive in chaos. That's my comfort zone other people it would trust them out. It stresses me out when there's not some kind of chaos. Because then i know the cast is gonna come in and i'm just waiting for the damocles. Sword drop explains a lot. Actually now i understand you but you have. Adhd have what we call focus disease. I've been diagnosed with a litany of mental limitations. Adhd is one of them. Yes we've become obsessed with you. 'cause they're interesting not obsessed with me. I am obsessed with you. But i'm not distracted by anything when i'm talking to you. So there's the league laser focused. I think that that is the key to success. It is that you do a lot of things interesting things you get bored but when you need to do something you really do. Don't import if something's on boring so for me. This is sort of the issue. I think with the way that there's so many flaws in the way that we teach kids every kid learns differently if a kid is getting bored in class teach differently or get them in a different class too advanced for this. They might already know it. They might it just not you know where they show for me when people are so restless and you can't look set to remove. I'm like i will walk out of a movie if twenty minutes in i'm more interested just the why why leaving people so. Adhd is no. I'll stay if it's green. Why do i have to. Why do we pathologies people that take an action or or able to have enough self respect and respect for their time to abort something. It's boring to them yet. Boredom is the worst. I can't stand it. It's like go explode. If i get bored and it's it's it's you know for me but that is like what what part of what makes you so successful lists..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Consciousness and Leadership
"If you'd like to know more about the referral opportunity and you're feeling the energetics of my words my vibration my heartbeat if it resonates. We are seeking support and allies all the way through so without further ado. We are going to be dropping into this episode. And i'm really thrilled to be sharing this with you much. Love welcome brother to another episode of consciousness and leadership pod task for truth seeking men. This is going to be one of the most important conversations that you listen to you in a long time i believe that the energetics of what is about to come through is going to be extremely powerful. I'm honored to be bringing on a dear soul brother of mine. A wise awakening masculine leader. Who is doing fantastic work in the world and truly being that masculine presence bat that is really required during his. What we're talking about is a transition during this time so for do we're just going to get into it and start flowing because we actually were flowing. Twenty minutes said. I had hit record so we were laughing about that. And then we reset here. We're gonna hit recording keep flowing so just would love to welcome my dear soul brother. Tarp to this podcast. He's been on some of the beautiful podcast done in the past. And i really feel like now is a great time to have his message. His presence is divine sacred masculine energy back in the vortex conscious leadership. So awesome to have you here brother and we had a good conversation.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"So it's like do they don't even take you know if i'm like i did nothing today. I fucking drove to starbucks and get a fucking thing came back if someone else came with the perspective of i'm gonna go services. Good thing come back. I'm gonna accomplish that today. And also and they've accomplished something. And i've done nothing. We did the exact same thing. And i think like the idea of like. I meditated for twenty minutes. And i didn't have a full on breakthrough. i didn't accomplish anything. it's like okay. That's one way to look at it or it's like i sat with myself for twenty minutes and i know that something was happening underneath the surface and i basically gave myself gratitude and space for twenty minutes no matter what the result is. That's an accomplishment right and that's what it is and so it's like you know it's i do think that we are. I think you are one primed to be obsessed with trying to create in dual. It's time plus the society in the also the social media society you live in especially exacerbates that even more owned by. Yeah i think..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast
"Trying to establish our identity apart from your parents. Suddenly you're back stuck with your parents. Twenty four seven. That can really be often. Especially if you're having to miss things like prom graduation senior trips and all these things that are so part of people's stories in their identity i mean and they're not to recognize they're not gonna get it back. You're not going to get my heart hurt. But now i'm who said has grateful that we you know. Our kids were were the age that they were. We recently had maybe share a picture of this somewhere but the older ones set up a sibling olympics. Which was pretty cool. One of the events in the sibling olympics was making breakfast. So i got some waffles pancakes and eggs and strawberries out of that. That was pretty cool. And i really love seeing them. Take care of henry. He has a lot of people who can play with him which is really helpful. You know they can have kids. Sit with him for a while or play with him for twenty minutes when i need to do something else. Having a lot of kids can be harder than having fewer kids. I guess in some ways but once you get older ones they start to have the helpful element. Sometimes and that is is great. I've really enjoyed seeing that side of their personalities. Come out to love it. Shall we go ahead and take a break before we get to our bad parenting moments right back negatively..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on No Jumper
"I think you want to go to club go with that. That news broke. He got the section used to be him in mali. Mall used fuck. the clubs. like crazy has no. I don't know how you can just name the names. No no no. I used and we said bro. That's right. are you up in poker for life. Show they offer him his own so many times with me. Actually who was due to pilot man. I'm on the fugger heart. You didn't like. I was terrible. Are volvo twenty minutes for did a good job. You did a good job. That's why i wanted to schick unfunny. His foot came and you. The i didn't know nothing about me. I wanna funniest fucking funny videos than how believed in you. Owe brought him to the table here. Plus we need see home. let's get. Let's get cracking. And they came did shit right and then what you might say. I mean i'd have any say in this before. I was willing to ask my permission for.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
"Milligrams you'll you'll find yourself like having a really good time if you're out socializing what you should not do is combine it with alcohol. That's kind of a recipe for disaster. And you'll find that your mind is really clear of stress. You'll find that you are a bit impulsive. And then you'll sleep pretty pretty good if you use it infrequently if you start using it real frequently than i fear that it may lose its luster for you fem. Butte i will use. I've used it in the past when i've been traveling doing the digital nomad thing and i would. I would cut plan my sobriety around where i was traveling in the world because for example i was in germany and i found that in germany. It was a bit more pricier than in some other places like say medigene for comparison. It was a bit pricier to drink socially. So you get you know. Typically a ninety day visa to stay in place right as a tourist. So i would say okay. I'm going to a country where it's going to be pricier to drink like a spain. And i would just use as my go-to social lubricant. That's kind of a a digital nomad. Hack for those of you out there that the do that so the before bed beverage regimen that i already mentioned really is quite soothing. That's largely what i do now and when you combine it with the excellent supplements you really will have great sleep especially you if you combine all this with what i call non stimulatory thinking and this is a mindfulness. Meditation is really good for your sleep. Unsurprisingly you probably already knew that the canadian guy certainly did but he had a pretty common objection to meditation and he told me i've used some of these different meditation apps and audio programs which are somewhat relaxing. But i really don't know if i'm doing the meditation correctly and i don't want to waste twenty minutes a day every day doing meditation wrong and i responded to this. Will you could hire a meditation coach and work with them. You could read some good books on meditation. You could do a meditation retreat. Where all you do is meditate all day which the with a bunch of other people and with some coaches. That are making sure that you are doing it correctly or you could quantify your mindfulness using biofeedback technology like the em wave by heart math. It's probably the most effective tool for this. It's a little heart rate sensor that you wear on your ear or hold in your hand which accurately measures your heart rate variability a measure of the degree to which your mkx nervous system is effectively and dynamically responding to stressors both internal and external so you typically spend ten to twenty minutes daily training with it and it's significantly improves your stress management. You will be one cool cat..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Married with five kids in of course of twenty minutes. Twenty minutes slow ceremony. It's about twenty minutes. Okay yeah nothing. Mama's about twenty minutes is actually but private and smaller. That say yeah. We'd ours was very private military chapel. We were broke. Of course i. I was a corporal in the marine corps and we had five kids and she was a waitress so our wedding Total wedding cost was seventy dollars. That was that was flowers in the rings. Her friend's mother made the dress will use the military chapel and the chaplain for free. You know so is my something out of. We were very for forty five years before she passed all right. Okay yes she worked for us yet. I said long time that there's there's grit stand very for forty five or fifty years. Yeah you certainly. I thought he was a lot younger than that. I mean of c- still practicing account and obviously you. You know you've got a good background. We for the irs and a few other. that's nothing. I don't ever plan on retiring my staff says. When are you going to retire someday. You're gonna find me dead my desk i've retired. I see no reason to retire. I have no interest in retired with my wife gone. What am i going to do. Sit around the house and clip newspaper articles or something to send to the grandkids. You gotta be joking. Life's too much fun. There's too many things going on. There's too much to do. There's too much to plow through. Plus i got a great kick out of fight with the irs on a constant basis. Yeah it's it's a blast and that for for the for the non-professional that's that's a real task. Because i had one took nine years to solve you just have to keep plowing it and plow in it and in it and and moving on an appealing it appealing. It appealing talking person after person after person writing letters. It's you can't give up you give up your loose in life you give up you lose. You can't never never never never give up. you're absolutely. Yeah that's right. Yeah so tell us your transition of the marriage transition. That was twenty minutes. And that one that were long transition was obviously. We don't talk about how you may or anything. 'cause we brought to a different topic of relationships and stuff like that but your transition obviously from the military because it sounds like you still in misery when you got married but then you become an accountant..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"For everybody anybody's going again. Right henry is is okay. The forbidden door is okada. Gonna fucking challenge fucking rich swann to match exactly exactly you laugh at it. But that's exactly what you just saying right now. That's exactly what you're looking at is is nights. Go to impact challenge moose. Hi five well. They not working in fat deal only because l. Fantasma is going to be on fucking apec next week by the way on. This happened that you always twenty minutes And they'll w i.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch
"And so i might have to say something like i have had a terrible day and if you can give me twenty minutes i'll take okay just to try to work it out but sometimes you don't have twenty minutes. Sometimes my wife is down there and she scrambling and i have to look at that and be aware and say. I can't take my twenty minutes now. Find who. I need to be right this second right now. That's leadership okay. And that's the most important part of leadership. And i think that's where people miss say why i'm so successful work but i have all these problems at home because you're not bringing the principles of leadership to home And simple as that. So that's kind of where i am on that. I think we're the same people but people.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Super Human Life
"Of like say something without judgment to decide but he also needs grace because we we all inevitably. We'll say stupid things we just will will say stupid. Art already done it. I've already done it three times. Probably twenty minutes in minutes. Yeah yeah yeah. We need space in grace in. This is so much of a journey in none of us. None of us have arrived..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Was it a cash affect anyway. Yeah i mean it's a small dog but always just as small year not very beagle for your and walk. Select twenty minutes blood. Is i remember opened up the door. And then just four adult screaming in panic saying where were you don. Don't yeah anyway i saw. I didn't listen to the dog so for all this kid. Yeah about the dog because otherwise you have a mug this. You don't have scars. i'll show you them light. Open doing the coin game little little bit. They're they're i can't see shit funding. Say i say i'll give you. I'll give her on a close outlet on annex.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"As i've been there we didn't ask. I was gonna say fission man but The reason why i went to new jersey. Well my dad was stationed out there but i went out dirt and oh i liked it out there but i wanted to go to a restaurant where anthony bourdain actually like sat there and kind of gave a review of the restaurant and it was so dope because i got to sit where anthony bourdain sat and gave his interview narrow to geordie shore and it was. Was there like specific thing on the menu. You wanted to try that. You saw him clammed and postal around with that. So that's what. I like seafood. Love love seafood. I can fuck up me too me too. So it was funny because when we walk into the restaurant illegals. What do you want to sit. I i'm looking. I'm trying to recognize what he sat. Okay and then. I'm like okay. Well i'll just wait. I wanted to sater's like by the by the bathroom. I don't know whether i was like i'll just wait. Was going to be like twenty minutes. And i was like i don't care i'll wait. I don't say about the bathroom. So finally there's a couple of got up walked out and said i'll just sit right there. Okay cool so they cleaned it up sat down. They looked at me. He goes to your lucky man. I it goes because anthony bourdain set right where you're sitting and i said are you serious. Turn.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Napoleonic Quarterly
"Working on the legacy will keep a focus on your legacy. I suppose he obviously was a man who recognize the importance of reputation and was was willing to spend quite lot of his time spinning away. I suppose very much. And i. I just realized i've i've been talking about in twenty minutes without even mentioning his some system of telegraphy. Which your comment. How does that work then. Well that's probably what is most famous for part from going mad. Madcap dash two dollar is probably making Oh again making work assistance. Allegra our which was used in the navy for much of the nineteenth century. It was so this isn't the semaphore system..
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength
"Who are projecting as you mentioned that perfect connection with their child will get how an instagram worthy says. We see all of these things and we think that that is the experience. That's normal in so if you look at these just take the sleep deprivation piece for just a second you ever been in in in an emotional situation and then you throw sleep deprivation on top of it. That's doing no like nobody any good. You can't emotionally regulate as well if you're exhausted. But when we see this image of people who just had a baby being utterly exhausted and we think oh that's normal that's just how it is. Were less likely to ask for help or less likely to give that baby to someone else to hold. Even if it means you go comatose for twenty minutes. That's all you get is twenty minutes. That is twenty minutes that you didn't have before. Don't look at those sort of stereotype common themes of parenting and assume that that's just the way it needs to be in the life designed space that we do in peak mind. We say you know you're walking up to a brick wall. It looks like it's firm. It looks like it's a rule but poke at it a little bit times. It wobbles that whole. Oh you just have to be sleep deprived because that's the name of the game poke at that a little bit and see if it wobbles ken. You feed your baby handed over and then sleep for just even a little bit of time. Can you do that a number of times a day. What are the things that you can put in place to move against that stereotype that we all see to just check your cognitive us that oh this is just the way that it has to be and we don't even question whether there might be another way and that was something that i know. I fell prey to when i was in that experience. I just assumed that the terrible way that i was starting to feel in the beginning before it got to the bad place was just what i had to do. Because that's what everybody does so just know that you can poke at this and tests and even go down a different path if that's not what's working for you and here's where that that saying. Fill your cup. I play that moms and dads parents. However you identify you deserve to be taken care of yes and you deserve to take care of yourself and it's important for you to put yourself. I and i think that can be a hard pill to swallow when we've been socialized or we have family that really advocates for like babies. I put everything into babies self self-sacrifice the problem. Is that if you're never paying attention to your needs if you never feed yourself so to speak.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I mean it feels more normal and it's good to be back here in play season. No like we're playing biggest relief band like fans. It's like thank god like things see then land. Yeah and be able to play a and just be around each other with a little bit like less of intense and just being able to just like okay. Lee can be around each other and then like be here and be president and like hang out but more as opposed to zero. Yeah well and you don't have to. You don't have to get on a plane every couple of days and go straight to your you know go to a hotel room in a different style or get on a bus right like there's some rhythm to spring training and i'm sure now you know there's a lot less red tape that comes with flying all over the country. Just hang out with each other. If i put you on the lakers. How long do you think it takes you to get acclimated to like. Let's say you're you're playing twenty minutes a game. How much different is that. Would you be able to hang hang playing twenty minutes a game like right now right now given offseason you. We started this interview by you. Know you said you're the best athlete that you've ever seen if i took essentially if you take a professional athlete top of their sport and give them an off season to train for another sport and drop them onto a really good team. What happens while they're not playing twenty minutes a game. I can tell you that much. I'm not gonna get like. Yeah well it depends on position if they basketball has become so skill oriented. These guys have been doing it for so long and have developed so much skill that it would be hard to even get like remotely caught up because they have developed so much skill. They're like the the handle the shot like.
"twenty minutes" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast
"Wanted to have a twenty minute little power nap light. I could fall. Sleigh relentlessly within a couple of minutes. So aren't you think myself located that my husband. If he tried to do it he disliked a he would not be able to slay his teeth. Just you know. I think it's the mind like just an. I don't know whether not my use of shift. Work is just allowed me to light. You know what you just when you've got the time to rest it just you to do it so i liked potentially maybe by my journey shots through health may have made is just little bit there but look i think if you if you were to lie down just did it to rest the body and you lied and twenty minutes in detroit is top and if you think karachi bill better like just needed to light just put my feet up Than i think. I wouldn't on four celtic. It's not happening with become anxious and then the mind displays then and then you become really irritating frustrated so i think you should just bring more We miss a twenty minutes now. The lie down. If i fall asleep great identify died. That's fine. I'll give him. I saw my body just a bit of arrest because you know sometimes lying down. This is sitting up. It's quite different. Know getting your legs off and you know just you know give you muscles a chance to sort of relaxed at in a different sort of why and i think i think we'll we lie down like that i think thinking mind Because we know that we have to lie down to. i think. We'll make us off the edition. I think initially someone who struggles to fall a sleigh. But if you if you're not i think position just relaxes the body. I think instantly brings relaxation Just two more the body. The probably just sitting in the chair. Todd put the fate up. Like don't feel guilty. I i can remember if i my youngest probably would look at me going while you napping like you're not all you should have had enough sleep like you have to do that. I've had naps where. I've been up. Because i've been really rundown might have had just a bad full days in a row of sleep and it's just wore down where i've actually more had more than twenty minutes. I've really just felt like the need could have been signs of being sick and then you know recently. I think it was maybe the day before. I thought i've got all this time to myself. I don't have to do anything immediate. I've got stuff to do. But i just feel like i'm just gonna lie down and i didn't fall asleep but for twenty minutes or just kinda lay there and you know it was. Just all i think i was awake and processing things but just changing my physiology and changing my body's position.