35 Burst results for "Two Ways"
Accessing Your Akashic Records & Your Line Within With Ashley Woods
"We have this line. That's running through our bodies it connects up to the universe runs down through our bodies the central on of our bodies and 'attaches or connected to the earth beneath our feet and we're receiving messages from this line. Twenty four seven all the time every single second of every single day because it detaches up to the highest realm where are accustomed records are which if anyone does know is a metaphysical library of your entire soul's existence everything that's happened to you with you. Anything you have felt anything is in the records and this line is attached to that realm and so from the moment we take our first breath receiving information and you can call it downloads. Ping's guidance in her thought inner knowing gut feeling. You can call it anything you want. It's all language at the end of the day. But we're receiving that twenty four seven and so the way that we teach this now. In the way that i teach records is there are two ways to access them and one is the alike. The ritual dial up internet word of the prayer and like the whole like the older way of doing it which absolutely works. Not how you do it for somebody else but if you want to tune in for yourself that line gives you everything that you need. You don't need the prayer. You don't need the whole The rich won't you just need that intention. We teach a line activation which is simple easy breath work and movement that activates opens that line. Which is the files of all these messages that you can begin receiving them and receive this guidance from your higher self his highest realm. That really is just rooting. You on and so. That's how we teach the records now which is very different than other accustomed record readers and people who talk about them and teach them reteach them in two different ways one. That's like five g. high pace easy to access. Everyone can do it and the other is the older way which is really wonderful beautiful. They're equally powerful one way you can use them to read further people and to explore the history of other people and support them in that way but if you want for yourself you have it in you every single person. This has it
The Fundamentals of Pleating With George Kalajian
"Another loss. Giverny professional secrets or anything. But i wondered if you could talk me through the general process for pleasing fabric. Sure sure so. Pleading can be done in three ways. Okay one is. It can be folded by hand and then just press with an iron which is usually what most at home seamstresses do so. That's not something that we necessarily necessarily focused on. The second way is through the use of machine okay. There are few different types of machines that are built and these machines will fold the fabric and they will usually roll the fabric and then you would put it in like an oven and cook it So that's that's one way with these large industrial machines. That's the second way. And the third way is with the use of a mold and the molds look like. They're look like they're made of cardboard and they're folded in various array of styles. There's just your basic styles which are lines up and down and then there are some crazier types of origami like patterns but the fabric is placed inside of this mold and the mold is compressed in bind and And then put in a giant steam box. Highly pressurized seem box and the fabric is cooked and cooled and it will retain the impression of whatever the mold is
Prophet Mike Thompson Was Taken up by the Spirit Over Washington D.C.
"You're sharing something really dramatic of more than a vision. You were taken up in the spirit you said over washington. Dc and god spoke to you and said prophet. Stir the spirit. I instantly a staff appeared in my hand. And so i took the staff that ended the staff and lowered down toward washington. Dc and then just with my hand you know the staff. I just began to stir. Stir stir and there was a swirling that began to take place down below me it was in the spiritual realm and it was like a spiritual whirlwind And as it was turning i saw angels appear in the swirling and they began to move. There were some angels that were warrior angels. Some of them were messenger. Angels but mostly on the war side in really. Tell the difference if you don't mind my asking two ways number one and this is my experience i've and developed over the years is that i can tell by appearance number two. There's a knowing because a lot of things that happen in spiritual realm are not spoken. They're just understood because the holy spirit impresses them in your heart and by the sheer experience itself. You can ascertain what's going on. You just feel it. You just know it. And so. I knew that the spirit of god was causing the angels to begin to change into shift things in washington. Dc so this is warfare. were talking about. Oh absolutely absolutely. And somehow god gave you this honor of innocence being the one he chose to activate this. You didn't ask for this. You weren't aware of it until suddenly find yourself in the middle of this. What happened after that. Well then the lord shed listen to the sound. So i was watching and i began to listen for a minute and i said what sound lord. What do you want me to here. And these are the words he spoke he said the sound of marching in the top of the mulberry trees the sound of chariots wheels and horses hooves
A Powerful Intersection of AI and Robotic Process Automation With Merve Unuvar
"So marvan. I'm glad to have you here with us on the show and i know we're diving into the topic of rpa intersection with a i. I think given the coverted era is a lot of thinking about gaining efficiencies about finding opportunities for automation when you're working with big enterprises obviously. Ibm works as many of the largest firms in the world. How do you walk people through finding those pockets where automation could make a difference. What does it look like spot opportunities in workflows yet. Thank you that. This is a very interesting area. Especially as he emphasized during this pandemic a company has realized that some of the workflows could be rethought through given most of their workforce with two remote working right so before we discussed this topic further. I'd like to open up the definitions of key concepts here for the audience. So what is it business workflow. It's basically an execution of business processes that contain tasks information and paperwork related to all of these right and then they're passed from one person to another to achieve a business school better. It could be alone operable for a bank or could be a claim submissions furnishings company. So this usually moms one or more people and a hub can best leverage automation in these workflows needs to be thought through in a few dimensions so the first one is from overall process and the workflow performance point of view so in order to analyze the performance. Right manner i. We need to understand the end goal of workflow if he thinks through the same mortgage scenario is the goal to sell more loans or is it to process loans faster or it can be combination of these metrics but we need to really define the key performance indicator or the goal of these workflows and then start monitoring the performance towards these goals and one of the very obvious waste of flying. The pockets of automation is then to find the bottleneck tasks in these workflows that will impact the
The Monkey Bridge in Ōtsuki, Yamanashi Prefecture
"Sometimes an item or building jumps out of the story and into reality in japan. For example. there's a bridge with tall tale behind it. About fifty miles from tokyo. In yamanashi prefecture is the city of otsuki. Its history dates all the way back to the jomon period between fourteen thousand three hundred bc. The city was nearly wiped off the map in nineteen forty five two days before the end of world war two following a bombing by the united states but it was able to bounce back after two other towns and four villages combined to form a new rookie in nineteen fifty four. Despite hundreds of years of change and turmoil including near extinction one of the city's lasting treasures is the sorrow hashi bridge also known as the monkey bridge. It's listed as one of the six official places of scenic beauty in japan and those who cross the gorge know that it's a well earned designation although no one knows exactly when the bridge was built an early military document from fourteen seventy nine does mention its existence. It is supported by four pairs of cantilever beams underneath which are embedded directly into the cliff on each side. The beams are also tended with their own peaked roofs to keep the rain and other debris away while the actual center of the bridge is held up by an arch. Of course a bridge doesn't wind up in the cabinet of curiosities simply because it's beautiful. No it's the reason for its nickname that elevates it from a basic way of crossing the river into an architectural marvel according to the legend the monkey bridge earned. Its name in one of two ways. The first comes from a story that dates back to the seventh century. Which told of a couple who desperately needed to cross the gorge with no bridge in place at the time monkeys living in the surrounding forest emerged and used their bodies to form a makeshift bridge. So that the couple could cross safely. A gardener named sheera echo watched all of this happen so he took it upon himself to build a permanent bridge so that others could cross the gorge easily and without any help from the local
"two ways" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
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Senator Lindsey Graham Helped Biden Reshape the Federal Judiciary
"Hearing senator lindsey graham talk about biden's failed that ghanistan policy makes me think of last night's tucker carlson monologue. What a scathing. Takedown of senator graham pointing something out that. We haven't paid a lot attention to a lot of americans have noticed this. A lot of people are focused on so many other things live in our lives. Doing the best we can. I get it. i get it i get. It biden is appointing activist judges at a record pace. He is doing everything he hand to remake judiciary and try to correct all the trump accomplishments. And lindsey graham has gone along with all the appointees we may grab that tucker carlson monologue. It's always tough for me because on a personal level. I appreciate senator lindsey graham. I think he's right on a lot of issues. He has been came out swinging against donald trump early on but then he completely pivoted becoming one of president. Trump's closest allies. It's a little bit like the ted cruz trajectory and you could look at that one of two ways the left and the and people who hate trump despise the way ted cruz and lindsey graham pivoted on the subject of donald trump. I think more objectively speaking these senators put country ahead of their own beliefs and their own feelings about president trump. it. I think it takes a lot of guts to change course like that
Rep. Brian Mast Knows There's No Negotiating With the Taliban
"If the president honestly believes What he has said about the red legged line that he put in front of the Taliban if he honestly believes that Then get back to our fortified airbase. Get back to our other positions of high ground and get all of our our people out. In the most secure possible ways. But he won't do that, because he understands that that everything that he negotiated with the Taliban. Is absolute crap. It's an absolute why you can't negotiate with those hyenas and believe one ounce of what they're saying. I mean, there's really two ways out of this right now in terms of getting our citizens and that is, uh Sending in enough forces to crush the bastards If we have to Uh, We're trying to pay him off. And I must tell you, Congressman, I'm worried about the ladder. We're not here. They're talking. We negotiating and talking to the Taliban. I'm thinking about. Well, what are you using his leverage. You took the military out. So what are you using his leverage to negotiate it, You know they paid off the Iranian regime. Through South Korea and others for billions and billions of dollars. When they were really on the edge of economic collapse. They're rushing toward their nuclear warheads. Now, even even a France and Germany and Britain are concerned. Even the U. N has finally concerned. And still, Biden wants to negotiate with them. And so I'm sure the Iranians are telling the Afghans. This guy is a pushover. Don't give him anything. Shake him down. Of course they are. Absolutely. They're telling that and his negotiation stick of of force. As you said he already said he's leaving at this time, He's not going to assess the conditions on the ground. He's just going to be gone. We're aware of this.
Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza
"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.
Turn Your Poker Weak Points Into Strong Points
"Here are the three things that you must do. And this is what. I learned from arnold. You must do these three things to turn weak points into strong points in all dive into each one but let me give you all three right now. Number one is do not hide from your weak points. Number two is to focus on your weak points and number three is to use the priority principle. Let's get into each of those. So i do not hide from your weak points. You have to realize that you have some poker weak points everyone does. I've got plenty of. Let me tell you you are going to become a stronger player by facing your weaknesses and working to overcome them. Hiding from your weaknesses will not help you become the player that you want to be. I guarantee i recently wrote an article on card player. Lifestyle dot com and the articles called know your areas of weakness and you can find a link to it in the show notes page now in the article. I discussed two ways to learn about your weaknesses. One is to spot those situations where you're just unsure or uncomfortable obvious weakness there right and the second is to use a program like poker tracker four review your stats your win rate's on a regular basis and those are going to tell you where you need to work on your game right but other than those two things another way to find your weaknesses is to listen to your poker friends right. We started this episode talking about a friends. Don't let friends skip leg day. Well if you have poker franson they pay attention to your game and if they say something to you about your weaknesses you gotta listen up take note on it and follow up on it see if it really is a weakness and if so bam worked to turn it into a strong point so to borrow that line from earlier right poker friends. Don't let friends skip study sessions. They don't let friends limp into pots. That's a big thing. They don't let their friends call more often than raise pre flop. They don't let their friends call three bets with crappy hands also poker friends. Don't let friends defend their blinds just because it suited and poker friends. Don't let friends call on the river when they know they're beat so maybe you don't have any poker friends who can point out your weaknesses. Well if you read a poker article. Listen to a podcast. Watch a video and it discusses strategies and you just can't wrap your mind around it bam probably a weak point of yours the fact that you cannot understand these strategies this person is talking about. You need a dive in a little bit further into it right. Lastly listen to your coach. I'm your coach right now. I just told you to stop limping. Why do you keep limping. You gotta frigging. Listen to your coach. If they're telling you to do something do it.
The Gut-Brain Connection
"You may have thought you know. I have a gut feeling about something. Well that's probably true. Perhaps the gut connection to your moods is the same as having a gut feeling about something So we are all connected. Yes absolutely yeah so that gut microbiome like you said it's that collection of both good and bad bacteria that lives throughout our whole entire digestive tract and on previous shows. Because we've here's another topic that got health is another topic that we have covered numerous numerous times on past shows. We've talked about how those microbes are connected to lots of different things that people may experience though things like this general inflammation but things also like pain The foods we choose the way we eat are eating behaviors. In general specific food cravings are moods anxiety depression. Which is our topic today. And maybe this is a question that just dietitians wonder. But i i've asked myself to of you know for the listeners out there. Have you ever noticed that had ibs or which is irritable bowel syndrome or any other kind of digestive issues. How often do those tend to coexist with anxiety and oftentimes depression. Very good question. yes so you know it's really a two-way street. Your gut bugs talk to your brain pm. Fluence emotions and at the same time your emotions in the neurotransmitters used by your brain have a profound effect on your gut So when there's a breakdown of the good communication between the gut and the brain that's when depression and anxiety slips in the interesting isn't it. Yeah super interesting.
Katherine Goldstein, Host of 'The Double Shift', on Building Audience Relationships
"Podcast thing is in many ways still treated effectively as a broadcast medium. that's like this one directional pipe yet. that the listenership feels exceptionally I think involved with the hosts like the day. They may be feel more like a. They have the relationship even though there. It's not bidirectional all the time from communications out of. I'm kind of curious like given kind of the ways in which podcasting works like. What are those relationships. Look like with your audience like how do you have. You have that relationship with them beyond the financial. Certainly there's the financial membership side of things but like what what does a relationship look like with your audience catherine so this year. I feel like we've had some great breakthrough. We've had a membership program. Since we we started as an experiment in our first season in people signed up which is amazing. But we didn't really offer we're just like can you help us like we didn't really offer much by way of benefits but so one of the ways risk deepening relationship this year. Which has been really cool. Is that actually. We've had Listeners become guests and that has been really cool because We're always looking for a Surprising unconventional stories and for example we did a whole series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms in we It was a partnership with the guardian. We did a bunch of reporting and we did a lot of call outs to. Are you know audience and Two of the five people we ended up featuring wor listeners of the show one was a waitress in mississippi who had written me a number of times with different story ideas and i thought But then you know. She told me a bit about her life. And i was like actually. I think you're right for this story that we're working on and she. We ended up doing the whole episode about her experience with losing her job and her mental health struggles in getting addicted all these things that like but she very much came to us because she was already in our listener community in the other one was a young mom who was a new orleans nightclub worker and we talked about her career panic struggles and you know what what happened. We ended up featuring on the show as well so also when people hear that listeners are coming from the show. I feel like that they hear that a guest that they have curtis thirty minute episode within their emotionally vested in were listener who reached out that makes them feel like it's more of a two way street and that there is more potential for
Which Walt Disney World Vacation Add-Ons Should You Buy?
"Today we're going to be debating add-ons yes or no right with you know. Well let's just talk about covert because you know well. Have you heard of this thing. This kovic thing so it's like hold. I think it is starting to rise again in multiple places and so on and so forth. But also i've just seen a lot of activity on people booking vacations once again and whether or not there for this summer. The the activity has started with people booking in particular walt disney world vacations. That i'm talking about here or that. We are talking about in this episode. And so when you book your vacation whether or not. It's your very first one or your twenty first one or your hundred. I one you have choices and you have the same choices. Well almost all of them. If you're buying an annual pass whenever those comeback so we wanna talk about these add on because it's a popular topic for return visitors and new guests alike. We're going to start with the park hopper so when you buy your tickets or pass tickets in particular. You have an option to buy the park. Offer it it's an option. It is an option. Should not be an option. Well let's talk about that and we can talk about it in two ways because as we record this here in july park hopper is allowed. But you can't hop until two pm under the current rules which makes it hard. I saw some people talking about four parks. One world sivan planning on doing that for years. You know there should be the cove addition because it's an extra challenge when you can't even make your i hop until two pm which means you have to do three parks after two pm but that aside. What are your thoughts on park hopper cove edition and park hopper normal edition. I mean you should definitely do it. I mean maybe you're not like me. But if i can't park up then i'll just desperately want to go to another park than the one that i was at or that i had booked depending on covert regulations. But i just. I need it so i have the option and oftentimes we will go to one or more parks obviously to more parks in the day and park hopper just as a very quick definition. If you don't know it allows you to go to more than one. Park a day as i said. You can't do that until two pm but you can go back to a park. You can go to three parks. Four parks whatever. It is one more in. Yeah in normal times you can go. You know there's no park pass or any of that stuff so right now you have that extra layer where you have to book a park with your visit will this day. I don't know but you have to go to that park. I and you have to actually go and check in before you can actually use your park hopper option.
Betting Summer Hoops
"Now to welcome in a somewhat regular guest here on the behind the podcast. A friend of mine. Brian win horse. Who is also in las vegas and we have yet to connect though brian how are you. I'm getting up at like five thirty on some of these days and teeing off by seven to try to finish before gets it gets ridiculous but i'm really enjoying it to be beat the heat. It is pretty ridiculous. I mean. I know it's hot in the summer but it's gotten out of hand a couple of times one seventeen the other day Tell you what. I bet you saw. Popovich getting up at five thirty losing some sleep perhaps because team. Usa not looking good right now and we know these sort of narrative with the international play is that they're more if more continuity usa is going to get everyone's best shot but this is this is really unexpected here. Oh and two out of the gates. There's another game coming up tonight. Eighteen and a half their lane to argentina. I liked them in the first half minus ten and a half but just in general is their level of concern here for a team. That's minus four hundred win the gold. Yeah by the way one of the things about tonight's game. I don't know how who's going to play for the us. They don't have a huge selection of wires only got nine of their Of their national team players because middleton holiday inn booker are in the final so they they've got some some other young guys there but it's considering it's back to back and not only. Is it back to back but yesterday's game was a five o'clock start and this today's game three o'clock local. I'm not sure what you're going to see from the us that game but argentina's in the same boat and Their in two so far so You know. I think there's two ways to look at this on one hand The teams that. They're playing her so much more talented than the teams that they were playing. Even five to seven years ago You know i. I mean i made a deal of this to you. Know they beat. Nigeria nine years ago when olympics by eighty three and five years ago by forty three but the team. They beat five years ago. Didn't have seven. Nba players on right and not only that but one of their best players Okafor jalil okafor didn't even play against the americans. He came back and played against the argentinians. On tuesday and fifteen points so they didn't even face a full scale nigeria teams. You can believe that it's not comparable but the other side of that is. The us team is loaded. You know two years ago. I went to china with team. Usa and they finished seventh in the world cup. And you know really was their worst finish in you know you know since two thousand four athens games which they still won bronze in but their worst finish over in the world cup and that team it. Just frankly wasn't very good. There was only one or two players in the whole roster would ever even been all stars and so while you can look at some things and see some cracks. That was not a representative team. I know that. Lebron and steph curry and anthony davis aren't playing but this is representative team. This team is loaded like a ten of the players. I think are were all stars in the last year and Almost everybody rotation was either all. Nba this year or should have been all nba. like durant. didn't naked 'cause injuries but trust me he's all nba player right so Having said that you see that much talent they should struggle and still win.
Summer Camps Hit With COVID Outbreaks – Are Schools Next?
"Summer camps are back bringing with them a wave of covert nineteen outbreaks in communities around the nation the U. S. has seen a string of corona virus outbreaks tied to summer camps in recent weeks in a case in Illinois eighty five teens and adults are you camp in mid June tested positive and the state department of public health said all the campers and staff were eligible for the vaccine but only a handful had received it in the Houston area health officials reported more than a hundred and thirty use in adults tested positive in connection to a church camp in an outbreak that came in two ways first at the camp and then when people return home in late June Dr Michelle Prickett a pulmonary specialist at northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago says summer camp outbreaks could be a precursor to what happens when youngsters return to the classrooms in the fall I'm Jennifer king
Ohtani Hits Milestone 32nd Homer, Angels Edge Red Sox 5-4
"Shohei Ohtani made home run history in the angels five to four win over the red Sox the two way star crushed his thirty second of the year tops in the major leagues only broke Kentucky Matsui's record for the most homers in a season by a Japanese player Jared Walsh homered twice and drove in three Andrew Heaney got his fifth win they're good team so I mean I'm I'm happy to keep us in the game and then you know we've been we've been getting some timely hits obviously show and and while she's going about really well Eduardo Rodriguez took the loss angels take two out of three from Boston mark Myers Anaheim
F1's Austrian Grand Prix Review
"Stopping made it look easy as he crushed red opposition with a win at formula one austrian grand prix ahead of our remorse. Ask amland norris max. Thirty two point lead in the world championship with a third straight victory but his title ribald is how much could only manage for as he battled damage to the rear. His mercedes at the start for stopping was able to clear from fellow front runner landowners who kept sergio perez of behind often safety cau- caused by estimate opened retiring on the restart lap such peres attached norris on the outside at time. Four however perez runway through the gravel which sent him back to ten as the pack rush cost. How much am bought us moved up to third and fourth respectively. The shoe it's would later. Rule lander deserve to five second time penalty announced on the same lap. Hamilton would finally get past the first writing mclaren on lap. Twenty the five second way at the fast round of stops meant that brought us but also get ahead in the pit lane author imagine comfortably in the lead for stopping continued to build his gap at the starts at the second stint which quickly became a considerable advantage as how much began to struggle for reagan as a result of damage sustained to the left. Raritan i'm accepts is of the car. Lewis was being brought in by batas a norris when radio messages indicated mercedes wanted us to stay back from hamilton but mclaren responded by pushing norris close to task however as hamilton struggled with retraction. Mercedes instructed them to invite and bought us. Swept past often is yousef hamilton track. Lewis took another pit stop as he would drop back into position but he couldn't make progress with ten laps to stabbings advantage. Were so great that he had enough time to pit for a second time and the foster slap bonus point target out of sight for the rest behind. Hamilton peres would finish fifth on the track but dropped to sick after penalties for twice forcing charlotte cloud the track. Carla signs was lost. The office waiting until lap forty nine get rid of his hard tires will be allowed pasta plough on track as he had more pace to attack recorded. Who had been running to insects. Ghazni was lead to start running in ninth while fernando alonzo to the final point to deny george russell who had lost several places on the evening lap having started a
South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open
"There is a two way tie on top of the leaderboard after an incomplete first round of the U. S. open Russell Henley is in it for under after nearly sixty seven joined by the south African Louis whose taste in who was one of many players who didn't finish you're doing ninety minute fog delay at the start of the day Francesco Molinari and Rafa Cabrera bail next at three under and Brooks KEPCO joins the decking **** yama and Xander Schauffele flight well placed among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo started with a two hundred seventy three Phil Mickelson a four over seventy five I'm Graham like us
The US Jobs Report Is Breaking Records
"The lorry. There's a new jobs reports that is breaking records in two ways. One is the sheer number of job openings in April, which hit 9.3 million. The other is the gap between vacancies and hiring. The Labor Department says the number of vacancies topped new hires by 3.2
"two ways" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"April six two ways to remember. Jesus remember jesus christ risen from the dead. The offspring of david as preached in my gospel. Second timothy two eight. Paul mentions two specific ways to remember. Jesus remember him has risen from the dead and remember him as the offspring of david. Why these two things about jesus. Because if he is risen from the dead he is alive and triumphant over death including our death if the spirit of him who raised jesus from the dead dwells in you key who raised christ jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit which dwells in you. Romans eighty eleven which means that no matter how serious the suffering becomes the worst that it can do on this earth is kill. You and jesus has already taken the sting out of that enemy. He's alive and you will be alive. Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul beth. You ten twenty eight but more than that. The resurrection of jesus was not a random resurrection. It was the resurrection of the son of david remember. Jesus christ risen from the dead the offspring of david. Why does paul say that. Because every jewish person knew what that meant that meant that jesus is the messiah john. Seven forty two and that meant that. This resurrection was the resurrection of an everlasting king. Listen to the words of the angel to marry jesus mother behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you shall call his name jesus he will be great and we'll be called son of the most high and the lord god will give to him the throne of his father david that he will reign over the house of jacob forever and of his kingdom there will be no and luke one thirty one to thirty three so remember jesus the one you serve in the one for whom you suffer. He is not just alive from the dead but he is alive as a king who will reign for effort of his kingdom. There will be no end no matter what they do to you. You do not need to be afraid you will live again and you will reign with him.
"two ways" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"April six two ways to remember. Jesus remember jesus christ risen from the dead. The offspring of david as preached in my gospel. Second timothy two eight. Paul mentions two specific ways to remember. Jesus remember him has risen from the dead and remember him as the offspring of david. Why these two things about jesus. Because if he is risen from the dead he is alive and triumphant over death including our death if the spirit of him who raised jesus from the dead dwells in you key who raised christ jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit which dwells in you. Romans eighty eleven which means that no matter how serious the suffering becomes the worst that it can do on this earth is kill. You and jesus has already taken the sting out of that enemy. He's alive and you will be alive. Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul beth. You ten twenty eight but more than that. The resurrection of jesus was not a random resurrection. It was the resurrection of the son of david remember. Jesus christ risen from the dead the offspring of david. Why does paul say that. Because every jewish person knew what that meant that meant that jesus is the messiah john. Seven forty two and that meant that. This resurrection was the resurrection of an everlasting king. Listen to the words of the angel to marry jesus mother behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you shall call his name jesus he will be great and we'll be called son of the most high and the lord god will give to him the throne of his father david
"two ways" Discussed on The Relationship School Podcast
"And i challenge you to take action or the next month we will award a winner and announced that here on the podcast. Okay and the lucky winner this next time gonna get two tickets to the accepted connected event. Coming up in early may may sixth that we can say that date right. That's where you can learn how to work through conflict so that you can feel accepted and connected awesome in this episode. I want to dive into two ways to end a relationship. And i'm gonna keep this pretty short. I could talk for hours about this. But i want to start with a story Sometimes when we enter relationship we feel the need to tell someone how we really feel because maybe we have been too scared to win. Felt safe enough to A didn't go well next time we told the truth and we wait until the end and then we drop a bomb in. Someone's lying. I call it throwing a grenade behind your wall right so my story of this. I've done this many times in my life. But there's one poignant story back. When i was outward bound instructor excuse me training to be an outward bound instructor. Thirty day alpine mountaineering and rock climbing course here in colorado. I live in colorado at the time. And i wanted to become an outward bound instructor while you had to go through this thirty day course to become an instructor and it was very rigorous right pretty intense and it was me and six other students and two instructors a male instructor female instructor and by and large the instructors awesome and they really taught me. I already knew a lot about nature in the mountains and climbing. But actually the female instructor told me i was setting my climbing gear in wrong in the cracks which pissed me off. Hose initially defensive but she was right. She was spot on. She actually safer for me regardless. I had a little bit of a personality clash with this woman. I was difficult..
"two ways" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"Key ride home for monday. February twenty-second twenty twenty one. I'm jackson bird. Scientists have tapped deeper into the depths of our dreams by achieving two way communication with lucid dreamers. Why why were there. So many serial killers between nineteen seventy in two thousand and what stopped them and space is getting more diverse in more ways than one. Here are some of the cool things from the news today. Scientists.
"two ways" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"Scientists have breached a whole new level of the dreamworld. They've managed to communicate with people while they're dreaming and not just the one way communication. You may have with someone who is sleep talking. But two way communication the awake scientists would ask these sleeping subjects questions and they were able to respond without waking up. These results were published last week in the journal. Current biology and already aired in a segment on pbs. And one thing giving this particular paper a lot of credence is that it's actually the work of four different teams from four different countries who initially conducted independent studies before finding out about each other and joining forces in total. They brought together thirty six volunteers across fifty seven experiments and trained people with varying amounts of success on lucid dreaming. That is dreaming where you're aware of dreaming. That's cool thing that some people train themselves to do either for fun or with various conditions. Some of the volunteers already had experience with lucid dreaming. But not all of them quoting vice. The researchers verified that participants had entered rim sleep by placing electrodes next to their eyes on their scalps and on their chins by measuring activities such as brainwaves eyeball movements. Sleep experts can determine if a person has entered this deep sleep states. Some of the participants were then asked to confirm that they were in a dream with a pre-arranged ocular response in which they moved. There is in a specific left. Right pattern these icicles. Along with facial contortions were used as a means of communication during the sleep sessions for instance the researchers asked a nineteen year old american participant to subtract six from eight while he was in a lucid dream and he correctly signaled the answer to with two movements from left to right and asked again. He repeated the correct answer. Roughly eighteen percent of the trials resulted in this level of clear and accurate communication from the dreamer. Seventeen percent produced indecipherable answers. Three percent ended with incorrect responses and sixty percent did not provoke a response at all and quotes and from gizmodo quote win. The volunteers were asked about their experiences. Some reported being able to remember the pre dream instructions. They had received an attempted to carry them out. Some also reported hearing the questions they got while in the dream although not always in the same ways and some reported hearing words that clearly felt like they were coming from outside their current reality while others said it felt like they were hearing them through radio or other form of communication within the dream but there are still times when people couldn't clearly recall what had happened. Were win the questions. They said they received in the dream. Didn't match the questions. They had actually gotten and quotes is also worth noting. It was a pretty small sample size. But one of the study's authors can polar points out that the fact that those results came from multiple different methods employed by multiple teams around the world indicates. It's not an isolated phenomenon calling this interactive dreaming polar says they're working on expanding in a few ways they want to be able to run the experiments in people's homes where subjects would be more comfortable and maybe using existing smartphone app that teaches people how to lucid dream. All the main aim of the research is simply understanding the mysteries of dreaming a bit more. They're also some potential practical applications. Blake helping people with breaking habits problem solving having therapeutic benefits if you want to dive deeper put a link to the pbs segment which touches on a few other dreams studies as well in the show notes.
"two ways" Discussed on Science Friction
"Like being around family all the time on this second night. A big crowd of guests have gathered around the five to roast kangaroo tiles. We're on the gum trade grounds of will to boarding residents here in suburban adelaide. Where i'm staying this week with the students.
"two ways" Discussed on Solid Joys Daily Devotional
"April six two ways to remember. Jesus remember Jesus Christ risen from the dead. The offspring of David as preached in my Gospel. Second Timothy two eight. Paul mentions two specific ways to remember. Jesus remember him has risen from the dead and remember him as the offspring of David. Why these two things about Jesus? Because if he is risen from the dead he is alive and triumphant over death including our death if the spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you key who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit which dwells in you. Romans eighty eleven which means that no matter how serious the suffering becomes the worst that it can do on this earth is kill you and Jesus has already taken the sting out of that enemy. He's alive and you will be alive. Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul Beth. You ten twenty eight but more than that. The resurrection of Jesus was not a random resurrection. It was the resurrection of the son of David Remember. Jesus Christ risen from the dead the offspring of David. Why does Paul say that because every Jewish person knew what that meant that meant that Jesus is the Messiah John? Seven forty two and that meant that. This resurrection was the resurrection of an everlasting King. Listen to the words of the angel to marry Jesus Mother Behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you shall call his name Jesus he will be great and we'll be called son of the most high and the Lord God will give him the throne of his father David that he will reign over the House of Jacob Forever and of his kingdom there will be no and Luke one thirty one to thirty three so remember Jesus the one you serve in the one for whom you suffer. He is not just alive from the dead but he is alive as a king who will reign for effort of his kingdom. There will be no end no matter what they do to you. Do not need to be afraid. You will live again and you will reign with him.
"two ways" Discussed on Science Friction
"But that's not to say that Western Science. Today's is not habits place and I think that's where the summer schoon marries these. Two things really really. Well it's this concept of too wide knowing it's this concept of Cross cultural knowledge translation that occurs through understanding the origins of Aboriginal Cultural Science with the current language tools available through Western signs. And when we bring those two things together something really beautiful happens and that's where we get an understanding of the past that allows us to make new discoveries into the future and test that out we're making fire in the name of science we're going to have a bracket this one matthew. What are you doing this morning? We are about to Do some inquires based on five. Starting methods. What we're testing is which method between a fire drill method and a fire sole method which one takes less time to produce smoke? Hey Brianna what's your own. I am the civil `tatoes so I collected data and stuff like that. Did you have a An apotheosis about which might be quicker. Is that the the fire so will be more effective in creating smirk because it involves more friction than the drill went what we wanted to really develop that understanding for students was around scientific inquiry skills. The purses that utilizes scientists in the field a scientist. Yeah exactly how to be a scientist and to also open their eyes to realize that being scientist doesn't mean that you're only wearing a lab coat within lap it's night it's in our DNA the natural at science classes on the face and hand what you need help with So tell me what you're up to when Torres Web McCoy Water Neda National Program called the inquiry for Additional Science Jeans Pergram designed and developed to support teaching and educational stuff with imbedding. How ancient aboriginal shown knowledge is histories and cultures within the science stem? And schooling curriculum. Sir What do you need to do it again? For my far north Queensland up my traditional homeland linked to the Torres Strait in the Far East Arab Danley island of the Great Barrier Reef and Fortunate enough going up in Queens and the Torres Strait and into put Douglas and most men with the chance to release it. Listen and learn from many elders and be immersed in the natural environment which really Instill and activated a real sense of I'm wanting to protect and preserve and share knowledge in culture. It only worked once. So let's say you go. Is that a reliable data. Well for the hand-rolled didn't really have success. We've is much Took US three minutes to get some smart and then with the Faisal's so much as we've got ten point two seconds who's pretty good ten very successful and the happy redone. The whole seeks trials. And I can all of them back. We're going to now go through. The dollar seen that market improvement in student achievement and engagement. Not only for indigenous shoes but non-indigenous students because it's hands on. It's fun it's exciting. It's linked to a local community contexts. Where we can connect the school in the community together. We know it takes a village to raise children. And I guess the keys to not do this in a tokenistic y or patronizing because that can happen in classrooms. You know there's a little bit of a nod to about canoe. Yeah definitely it's what was really important. The work that we've been doing ceram providing professional development educational stuff to deliver this. I'm really genuinely and authentically but the key to it is around contextualising it to your local community and really making those connections and bonds with the people and the local traditional owners who can support you as a as a young man growing up in Berlin Multiple South Wales. My father actually just questioned me and a lot of things to sort of introduced me to a lot of things. Christian. We've got a rock here. What kind of rock his got these kind of formations and structures on it? Can you tell me what it is? Or it's occupational plant he commitment plot Piss. Here's it's got this type of leaf. Got this kind of little veins truck traffic. Can you tell me what it is? We'd go out and we'd have which crowds take them out of the roots. Let them rest and then barbecue them later. My curiosity for maths comes from my father. So he's an indigenous man and he was imparting to you culture but also curiosity about Niger. It sounds your he definitely did those things. Panetta at the time growing up. I wasn't interested in doing that. But it's somehow stuck with me and now that he's passed. I feel like it's really really important that I connect to that as much as I can. And by doing these cats two. I'm also really hard. If you're not connected to how culture and each other in land we might feel torn or confused or not settled and if you feel centered and resolved it definitely more focused and you can push for Yoga a lot quicker an indirection that you've learned to and in a respectful way to others as well. One of the things that are grew up with first hand was being told it People are listening are grew up with aboriginal. People aren't really human. There are academics. They are archaeologists. There are scientists to eastern Michigan official head and meditate nation from alcohol. Other things that we weren't quite human and so I grew up knowing that that's how they used to think about us and so in some families that belief has impasse down the generations in some aboriginal families. We grew up with chat with them. What fellas that fee Is Not so much physical danger but more mental and emotional and spiritual abuse and as an being victimized through racially motivated comments or behaviors. You know what if it happens? And that's in my work as a as a grief Allah just that first part of centers you know. What if it happens at that can be really powerful that can then be a barrier to not just accessing but also staying in competing degree and you really. WanNa miss the next episode leaping to the podcast Now. It's up already really potent personal and triumphant stories of learning lost and found including from Rosemary. On science friction. This is part of the. Ibc's walking together twenty years. It is since the reconciliation walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and we are inviting you to continue that walk in all sorts of is wrought across the IB say. I was really connected with cultural until this camp. Hearing all of the stories in knowing that Being basically a wide aboriginal I I'm still I can still connected with my cultural. Bruno's came here so that I could understand a little bit more on silent all of science and get a little bit more by Understanding what the fee just to holds me and also to get in touch with my culture a little bit you just feel how how it feels to be connected with the culture a little bit more closely.
"two ways" Discussed on Science Friction
"I'm I'm from Kabul to Queensland coming away from Queensland knowing anyone down he coming down here Obama Self. I was a little bit like nervous anxious about what was going to happen. I can elect make friends. 'cause I'm a little bit shy but eventually Caitlyn now caller. I'm Caitlyn I'm from Layton New South Wales and was really awkward at first meeting. New People are being part of a big crowd is real scary. Say I'm Kiani Adamson? I'm as student at University of Adelaide studying a Bachelor of science in wildlife conservation biology to Yanni attained of his Cantonese as a year. Ten student herself in it triggered this enormous event in her life. It's which you'll hear about next week but as a mentor he. She's living with his bunch of smart fifteen year olds. All applaud from right across the Strategy Omland to Adelaide Kabul. Cia to coffs harbour and some of them. This is going to be the first time they surrounded by this many other indigenous people. There is some don't have much knowledge about their indigenous heritage. In fact how would you describe war feelings? Students have when they first arrive at this camp. Yeah definitely Nervous unsure of what to expect a lot of them feeling a little bit vulnerable especially vulnerable in that cultural identity. I love it. I love my coaches much. Like I know. There's a lot that I need to learn. I'm Katie nugent. Catherine Megyn. I'm from Queensland and just the feeling like when I'm on land and when I'm with people who have a real close connection to the land I just feel it's pride it's like a really warm like feeling like I've long kind of thing and I want that connection. I don't know Scott the feeling like it's only my stomach. It's a good feeling on certain but it makes me eager to learn about my culture and like where I'm from too when I can imagine that many of the students that your working with don't necessarily feel a strong connection to culture yet but that's a really powerful emotional provocative question in a lot of do know that we've lost a massive part of our culture Ghana elda Rosemary. Wanganui is here to support the students through the next nine days in Harare's cultural later on born fifty five so I'm sixty three and I can't speak language. I was born into policies that was about assimilating and being raised on Michigan Reserves. Way You would contain and control to be manipulated. Psychologically to deny originality and your cultural beliefs concert understandings and practices today. Rosemary runs heroin company which she calls the Ustralian Institute for loss and grief developing a model for healing based on her own experiences of being dislocated from culture or Congo. We must business. I can't do ceremonies. Can't practice sorry business in traditional way so it goes back to. What do we mean as aboriginal people? What do we mean by culture? Because pre seventeen ninety eight the traditional culture very powerful structed wise of of living and being thousands of years post civil tonight genocide was a part of that so so what I didn't learn. Why can't teach my children what you can't teach my grandchildren. This program obese kids there my grandkids generation. That no even this than me. Yeah we've got a responsibility to these young west. I think talk about. What do we mean by culture because we're living in a very very intimidating now? And that's what makes Aboriginal Summer School for. Excellence in technology and science run by the unique this intimate blending of culture with science indigenous sites to two way learning aboriginal people in Australia have been practicing science and scientific method for sixty thousand and eighty thousand one hundred thousand since the first son came on. We have been practicing the scientific methods through medicine through nutrition through architecture through agriculture through physics through astrophysics and it really is quite accurate when people describe us as the first scientists. It's what we were doing now. It might not have been seen the language of western science that we're so used to hearing about now but it's undeniable that it was science and practicing the scientific method the first Australian. They were also first scientists in this place. This is Seth West hit. He's a regular mentor. At base camps. I have family connections to the local Rodri- nations of New South. Wales was born in Bathurst New South Wales on Mount Panorama grew up on the mighty. Mary in a small town called Jura in Victoria and have been living in beautiful Ghana country in Adelaide. For the last seven years saith moved away from his community to come to uni he and he's now a young scientist at the South Australian health. The Medical Research Institute when we look at what science is at its core. It's making an observation. It's having a question. And it's a knack acting methodology to best answer. That question and that comes through a process of trial and error maintaining and inquisitive and curious mind and it comes from maintaining records of the trials that we go through and this is something that aboriginal people have practiced all of town. What's going on here? Who Hi what's Your Name Sweetie? How old are you from six? How old are you? What do you use painting on me? I'm sitting here with Casey Thompson. She's from Queensland and flanked by these two little girls dressed in black we've brought yellow headbands and painted faces and they've taken the paintbrush to Allah and skin to do you guys like painting. Some of us are doing dense. Is We've been painted up in pay and you're doing some traditional dances and just going to get a chance to speak to elders and other indigenous people from this community. Do you like being around family all the time on this second night. A big crowd of guests have gathered around the five to roast kangaroo tiles where on gum trade grounds of wilt to boarding residents here in suburban Adelaide. Where I'm staying this week with the students during the school year. We'll really interesting price. It's home to Una Nokia to need to travel down from remote. Traditional I pay lends to go to school. Ip Wa. That's a no peach and Jerry Yang Jarrah to notch a group of elders from INA Bellaghy. Here which is a fifteen hour drive away near the South Australia. Northern.
"two ways" Discussed on 888-Barbara
"It's a way to love yourself better. So what kind of person do you WANNA get. I can tell you who I always hired. I always hired someone. Someone that I- overpaid so that I could get the best help even when I didn't really have the money to pay but I always made money at work the minute I did it. What if he gave it a really big budget? Could you get someone someone who had wrapped their entire schedule around yours and your husband's schedule which is very full. Someone who could work maybe a fifty hour week and they could work hours on the weekend. Maybe every Saturday morning or every Sunday afternoon they come in and give you and your husband breaks go out for a Brunch and actually enjoy each other's company without worrying about the kids. Could you get someone flexible enough of you. Overpaid them yeah. If I ever pay them sure yeah let me tell you something I could tell speaking with you. You're going to be a top age. I just could smell a great agent. Oh mile away okay. Lakes assume you'll always make a great living and let's assume you always worry about it because that's the other mark of a great agent. They never really think ever going to be great every year. So let's assume you could believe when I say you're going to be a great age and you're GonNa make a lot of money. What about going really way out to get a fun? Nominal person to worked for you as an administrator a scheduler someone who could shop for the food when your kids are at school someone could arrange somehow to get a good meal and you table when you come home at night so everybody eats well. My only concern is I feel bad. If I'm not with my kids over that no no you're gonna be with your kids. Of course you live there they all live with you. You're going to be with your children but when you with your children with edit help you're gonNa love them twice as much sim see relaxed. Mom they're not gonNA feel the stress. Yes they're not gonNA feel the guilt the not gonNa feel the overindulgent because he's not there enough to know you've arrange to take care of them in a beautiful fashion with the the right assistant. You're still the MOM. You're still as chief executive officer at home just like you're at work but now you have someone who works for you. You job is to make you happy and your kids happy and your husband happy but you know it's in the ways guilt. Yeah it is majorly I have. I have a lot of gopher everything why I don't know I think it's because I'm southeast Southeast Asian. That's just the way we are really have a great mom who who stayed at home to raise US and she helped my dad at work and my dad was a CEO of his own a business and he was very successful and she just managed to do it all. We always have live in help. Though I mean she was always in the car running around with us and then you know she always set the table and dad would show up with random people all the time for his clients overseas amazing. I grew up in a house. Where like women just kind of did it all? I expect myself to do it all but your mother didn't do it. All shows had helped. That is a good point. Yeah she did not only did she always have help but you just sang her praises. Yeah she's a great mom. Don't you say she scraper. I suspect suspect. You're a phenomenal. Mom No doubt my my. I suspect you're phenomenal businesswoman. To which you mother was in her own style in our own time under the wing of your dad or supporting go to make sure he flew high. She's supporter kids. You made him fly. My Dad always says the reason I am where I am this because I had your mom with every step of the way and you as a child I thought my mom was terrific. She's a great role model. Yeah she's amazing okay. You need better help case. They're just go out and splurge let's say if I'm worried about my business like not doing well one year. I don't. I shouldn't just cut back on the help. I just put my head down and just do my work and get the help any way to support me. Let me tell you something cease the the reason I know you'll always do ellen. Business and ops you know real estate goes up and down right. Among all the years. My top sales people always went up no matter what was going on. And guess what trait shared in common every January. They rushed into. My office petrified that they'd never have another good year. How I mean this is my best year and I'm worried about next already? Okay we'll Kiswah. Let me interpret the real language of that back to you. That simply means that you will always do. Well now. I could tell you that are from now until the cows come in and you will not believe me cause us to sing that to my agents every day of my life and they never believe me but I I can tell you as someone who made their living managing people like you and getting the best out of them and seeing them fly. You will always be a top agent if you stop. Stop being a top age and you could cut back at home but trust me. You'll never cut back home. Chess go and splurge and get yourself the right help. If you don't deserve the absolute best help help I ask you who does thanks. I hear that thank you. I set you free. You better do it. Well and how do I know.
"two ways" Discussed on 888-Barbara
"You don't schedule your own time. The client does that for you and so you have to really be for those of listeners. That aren't in business. Is You really at their Beck and call if you want to be successful in real estate when the client need you. That's when you work okay. It's one of the worst businesses in the world for raising children in my opinion even though so many women get drawn into the business because they think off flexibility and Salah more time with my kids. That's true that you could schedule your time to go to a game. Aim would do this. Whatever and you're in charge of your time because you're an independent contractor? You're in effect in business for yourself. But what's not true at all. Is that any of view. Time is your own time because in reality urine reactive business reacting to what people's needs are I can't see it then can I see here. You negotiate the deal. You might want a negotiated shaded tomorrow but you can't because it got to be negotiate right now you lose a deal right. Let's assume that you're ever going to be in charge of your business because the nature of your business businesses that the client is in charge. And you have to react if you thought you could never be in charge of your business. What kind of help would you actually hire for yourself? What happens on Saturday in Sundays? You don't have showings on Saturdays and Sundays. No idea my have been from though so I can work okay. So you're exhausted husband. WHO's in the investment banking field? which is a all in in kind of a business comes home and he's probably the ideal father with your kids on weekends because he's well rested and really wants to play with them and schedule activities? I bet that is perfect. Perfect he's happy to be with the kids but he get tired and I get tired so I would suggest to you to start off with you. Need a lot more help than you think you need. And that is the key. Peter Happiness Juggling work and kids number one. You can afford it. If you're doing well in your business is something about spending money on the right help taking that leap of faith that makes you business grow. I've never seen an exception to that rule overpay for something so that you really sure it up and your business grows I. I can't even explain the logic of that. But I managed thousand sales people at any given time in my business spilling it and I can tell you. I've never seen exception so consider me the expert so the question question is what's the dream people or person you want working with you to help you manage your family and your business. Do you have help at work. Do you have an assistant assistant. No No I. Don't I do it all myself. Let's talk about your home. I Hey I believe you should have a full time person working for you and make the hours right after the kids come home from school maybe even before they go to school. That's an issue getting them out of school. What you should have as many more hours available to you and I think it it should include weekends I really do and I think it should not only include minding the children but being totally in charge of the child schedule so that when the weekend comes? Something's already already scheduled and the person is available to take your kids there. If your husband just doesn't want to do it in the morning. I have found that. If you're not totally exhausted as a parent you become a wonderful parent so many people are feeling guilty. Not being enough at work not being enough at the kids stop being of a wife dump enough of a husband..
"two ways" Discussed on 888-Barbara
"And they're people that are older that I work with with and they know how to do these things like if I do maybe this and maybe they can think about me and be like. Hey you wanna come over and teach you how to make this for dinner so you can make it not get it all right. There's a seat of a good idea there. I would suggest that you start being very direct. Okay but still hold back on this inordinate amount of giving that you're doing is impossible because no one can measure up even if they could teach you how to play Pogo. They not gonNA teach as well as you just gave them. This unrealistic an unspoken expectations never leaves friendship. Okay so try this on you kind to someone. Okay you want to pick you up a couple of coffee on the way in once just once. Don't make it a habit because now you the coffee supplier okay. Now you might be thinking. Oh I wonder if some more for me coffee more forget. That thought people think that way people aren't that perfect okay. But you're looking at that pers. You you brought the coffee for you handle the coffee and say you know what I was thinking about last night. I know you play poker. If you had some time the next few weeks I would love to have an hour lesson to learn how to play poker which you have time for that. Here's you coffee. I wish to God I knew how to boil an egg not a boiler. I had a boiling. Could you explain to me how to boil an egg so I don't overcook get you give a little thing. They give a little thing back. It's even Steven. That's friendship is that's the beginning of the seedling of growing the little baby plant into something. That's it's really beautiful but I think you'd assume that they're going to do it on their own and think up. The equal solution is totally unrealistic. And you're going to repeat this pattern again and again and again so new homework assignment. What I want you to do is thinking tiny tiny little increments? A Cup of coffee is okay bring home. Dinner Ain't no good on your next friendship that you want to build. Give little tiny nugget and then speak your mind. Maybe not that moment try that. Can you do that for three months without doing any inordinate amounts of giving indefinitely dry. Never had like with either to me. I'm not saying it too. I'm suggesting a solution. The solution to your problem. You're to commit now but what I don't WanNa hear is you'll try people who say they try in anything I found never succeed. It's people who say okay. Yeah I promise I will. Those people make a change. Are you ready to say that or you want to think about that and let me know later. That's okay they will do it. Okay Eh I want you to keep us a report card in yourself for the next ninety days get a wall calendar. Not In your phone something you could see when you come home at night. And you put a star Dr or check or okay. In every day you actually succeeded in that. You have to be accountable to yourself. It's going to be a hard habit for you to change. Your very nature is in the lousy habit of over forgiving annual. Never have a friend that way. Get your calendar. Only ninety days and believe me you'll be surprised people actually like you without all the other ship. Okay Gate okay. Thanks for calling helped a lot of people. Thank you appreciate a good luck given by. Hi Barbara how are you. It's a see some calling from New York City. I'm calling because I'm having a hard time. I'm juggling kids work school just any tips and advice that you can give me as to what to focus on that I still can stay on top of my career without without losing out on being president of the parent. That would be great. Thank you so you really asking. I would think a life skills advice more than your career advice. It's how many children do you have these. I only have two. I'll only have to. What do you mean only have two? That's a lot of work. How old are they? They're seven and five. Oh boy my gosh rush. That's a lot of work to. I was hoping you're going to say seventeen. Eighteen the driving me nuts and I was GONNA say. Don't worry about it old all be over soon. Now we're still in the beginning of it God humanity. Do you have a spouse. Do you have a partner. Yes I am married to a man who works in finance that we live in New York City and he works at a hedge fund actually so he is not available really to help me during the week so it really is me and then of course when I hire sitters and help you stop to manage. It's not like you just hire someone and then you're not involved. Yes let me you start right there. What do you have right now in the area of people helping you? You have two kids that go to school every day. They're both in school. I guess right. Yes they're both They boys or girls. I have have a daughter who's seven his son. WHO's five so your kids going to school every day and you have some help to have someone who works for you many hours every day of the week? What's the situation there? I had to people who alternated days. Who worked in the afternoon evenings? I felt like the rhythm of the house was getting interrupted. Almost because we're kind of just not following my rules as much and I wanted to be anymore president. I thought maybe it was because I wasn't home as much that maybe I talked to be around more and then also I thought business would slow down this quarter but it turned out actually actually picked up quite a bit this. I'm happy but I'm right now interviewing for more help after school in the evenings so sees me with that..
"two ways" Discussed on 888-Barbara
"To. I love a short question. Question No L.. That needs a complicated answer. Yes let me start by asking. What's in the way of long lasting friends I take? You wouldn't be asking the question if you were having a very easy time making friends. So what's the way. Do you think I'm honestly not entirely sure I feel like a lot of it is kind of me Perhaps overextending myself to my friends. Because they knew in this world league a lot of people are so fish. Yup People like to take you can take and take within their. Don't give back. I'm not asking you know. Hey I do this then you better do this but it is nice to be appreciated. A nice we thought. Oh so I'm just wondering how I give friends like that. I think all friendship is based on a two way street. I mean who wants to be a great friend to someone if within a great friend back. Okay so you're in the position of feeling like you really putting out for your friends and they just not giving you enough back for that. Do you feel abused. I you do you mind if I ask you know. Well what is it that you do for your friends where you're thinking. I'm going to really be a good friend to them. I'm going to do this this this. What are you doing? Give me some examples. Campbell's well let me just like us. My as an example I Moved in with my roommate because we were previously co workers so we hide you know history with each other guy. I would always ask him. Hey would you like me to pick up dinner for you. Would you like for me to do this or that. You know because roommates were at home and it's mm convenient in that way you know off of work or you know. If he's at work he doesn't have to worry about this theme that he has to do later on. I work from home so you know I try to be as helpful as thank you sound more. Like a doting wife never mind helpful but you initiated the giving part of that in other words. Hey what can I do for picking up dinner for myself. I might as well pick up some. I'm for you or you weren't picking up Jenner for yourself and you're wondering what he wants to eat tonight. which is it? It's definitely both. It just depends on you know the day and whether or not I got off worked to okay so you come home. You're at home. And you've picked up his Nice Jenner. Then a what does he do. Is He's appreciative. At first and says wow what a sweetheart you are or how does that roll out in the beginning. It was like he would say thank you starved. And then one day like there was a day where I asked him if he could bring me me home some blue because he actually works at a restaurant. Oh Yeah so then. There was one day where I asked him to bring me food. If he was coming straight home then he didn't erupt into an argument and things changed. And I was like. If you're like my friend like the way you say that you are then we wouldn't have got into. When are you meant literally over dinner? And that's why I'm like. I don't WanNa do this now. Going forward in my life I want to figure out what kind of I need to have in my circle or how to maintain those friends make me be a better person and put me in a positive Spot 'cause I always just want to always do better for people people don't always use for me. You know yeah it sounds that way and I'm GonNa Leave your roommate to the side just for a minute. Will Park them on your bookshelf there at home. But I want to ask you this. There's been a pattern you've had other friends not necessarily roommates people you've worked with. That went nowhere or landed in an ending or a bad spot. Because you are very giving and generous of yourself in your time yes like I literally invited someone to live with me. And then she ended up stealing from you saw. Wow I consider myself very giving person. Yeah and I've gone through a lot in my life. That's why I try to be giving. I always put good into the world even though it doesn't seem like it are always have people's best intentions at heart and that's why I'm like okay. We'll I know uh-huh everyone's mind but I'm like how do I see those factories in future friends or potential friends in the future and you'd never been able to hook into a friendship or even a potential official friendship where the other person was a giving loving generous person to begin with and then it went awry. You are always the giver initially. You've never I've been on the opposite side of that equation. I don't think it's too late the standard that I normally do like people say I go above and beyond and I'm like that's fine like obviously my standards Different different than yours. I wouldn't expect to do what I did for them. Like for me to be appreciated in be thought. Oh just say even think you or just to say hey look. It's been awhile since we've been out to dinner. They just even having people invite me out. Two things would be nice. Yes yes how do I get these Some Leonard Khalid Noel. The one way street the gear that has always giving. You're just like you know what I'm a nice person and I'm going to be very nice to you and that's where the relationship hip starts. That's your starting point right every time. You're the giver. Yes I like to listen to people and I'm like okay nine like to be girl okay. This is what you need. Thank you have kids or if you just escaped an abusive relationship L. B. That era. But it's like it's not reciprocated. So when it's not reciprocated over and over again with these different potential friendships that you are hopeful about. When you're by yourself after the fact are you angry yes uh-huh yeah? How angry I you I get angry but I don't do anything I know? I don't do anything because I always thought like okay. We'll if they really wanted to put in the effort and they would. They wouldn't be making excuses and I just let go and I'm like it's not worth it. Well you try to let it go new move on but you move on with your pot of anger from that list. Attempted Friendship Right few sit with anger and don't act on it. Don't bill something on it. Make an improvement on it. What happens is it always winds up in a puddle? Coal Sadness and sadness a- turns into self anger and self anger is a tear down. It's what will make you feel really lousy about yourself even though you're the perfect angel all right so let's see what we could Figure out here her K.. I've one other background question for you. What happened at home when you were a kid? My Mom She was a single mom. She I was very giving but she also likes foiled me like materialistically and I think that's also something else that kind of injuries me me I. I don't have my nose up in the air and like if you don't have a name name peg everyone's pay these are different trust me. That's that's why I try to be giving because I know you know everything that's materialistic. We obviously can't take it with US okay. Doesn't sound like you are the type of person that values that I like it for me. Anybody else link. Oh you don't have this. What's wrong with you and some people are like that? It's ridiculous. Yeah I I know from that like my mom was always giving in as well because my mom works two jobs to support me no but she also had friends that were also you know single moms and she did have like Later on my Stepdad. When I was a teenager but I would say yes? My mom was very giving. My grandmother was also very giving but not really towards my family. I'm always focus on other things linked to the church or to so and so but not really focused on me and my mom okay. See Grandmother was greedy. Eighty with you and her own daughter but she was generous to other people. And how about your mom. She seems like she was very giving. And loving to you beyond the material beyond providing for you well while she worked two jobs wish you also generous in her emotional support of you her expression of love. That's where I think it's very fuzzy. Couple months ago she got mad at for blocking her on instagram. And I'm like all mom you say whatever you want about my skin and my skin is sensitive. It scars easily. It was like I can't even technically say whatever I want to people on instagram. That aren't my family like I can cut out or whatever I can't really cuss out my own mom. Yeah Yeah you you can go. Look Oh look but you can't comment you can't say anything but her just even critiquing me about like something like that social media like. Why are you getting upset? Said about social media. Yeah most kids from what I see. Don't want their parents nosing around in their social media what seems to be public space but different when you have a parent I say that's pretty normal on your. I'm twenty five. My mom was getting mad. That's what I was like. Okay this is a little ridiculous okay. I'm GONNA take a stab at it. Okay what what if I said to. You learned your means of expressing love August just playing a generosity which is a version of love is not even to a stranger its version Asian of love. What if I said You learned your version of love very much from your mother? She was the adult in your life and version of love was to really provide for you and spoil spoil you as you said in your words. Whatever spoiling means so subjective right but she really provided for you and gave you a lot of stuff for whatever but in the area of emotional support and deep understanding and like a tie an emotional tie to your mother that she wasn't as good in that area she wasn't providing stuff off? Would you say that's correct. Yeah Yeah Okay. I'M GONNA say a couple of things to a number one Let yourself off the hook a little bit. I think you have to be a little easier on yourself off because you only had one role model. That was your mother. And you're doing a damn good job of imitating her way of loving. At least it's love. You're not a a selfish pitchy type girl who says well I hate the world. I'm not even extending a hand. I mean I'd rather have your problem that have the opposite right but nonetheless it's a problem. Okay what do you say. Now that you're twenty five. You could design for yourself a new way of loving because I think the way you're loving people now are expressing affection in hopes of getting getting into a loving compassionate friendship which is what we all crave. I mean what's life worth living if you don't have friends family around you to hug you and love you and give to you and it's a give even take that's the juice of life which is what you're longing for. What if you held back giving when dry? It's almost like being alchoholic for three months. And I thank you might find. You have a lot more to give to sound to me like you would make someone a very good friend but I think what you're doing is you're creating the problem. You're creating the problem by overwhelming Wyoming. The people around you with how wonderful you are and you know what that does to the other side it makes anyone feel less than how could they possibly be an even friend. And when you're indulging them with whatever you're indulging them with and now quietly there's an agreement there between friends at the other guy's got a equally give back. I wouldn't want to be on the other side of that friendship the way you've designed it to date so I think my best advice to you know L. and you are one person experiencing this and and believe me. There's another thirty people listening and say I'm doing the same thing. This is just my new version of it okay. What if you started as simplify you? Wish for friendship to what friendship is all about. which is one guy gives? The other guy takes one guy takes the other guy gives but it's always even even sometimes you have to go above me on. But what if she just really went on Sabbatical for three months and tried that on and call me back. Let me know how you doing. I think you might discover how rich you are. How much you have to give given a meaningful way? The friendships get based on without the other. Trappings of going above and beyond. What do you think I understand what you're saying but my whole thing is i? I wouldn't want you to do what I do for you. Because that's just how I think of you like if you're saying like oh well my kids my little pony like maybe I could stop by in the mall. If I'm everything get the daughter or the child like my little pony something but if they wanted to think about me than they would listen to the conversations that we've had before because I tell people like I don't really know how to cook. I struggling in the kitchen so they might offer their help on cooking. Yeah Yeah that's what I'm saying like teach me to cook or teach me how to like play poker. There are lots of things that I WANNA learn how to do..
"two ways" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"The results of everything you've done when you didn't know what you're GonNa do next right now. This is coming per se yet yet. You know it was amazing actually like when I yeah when I announced game my own thing I mean. The common thread was huge on the blog. Post and and I got so many many emails and tweets and messages and calls from friends. who were like because so many of them are like season entrepreneurs who never even had a real job and things like back and so all these folks that I know you know? I can't play in that space a lot. So I a lot of friends in in in that world and and so they were all like. Ea like he finally did it kind of thing so which was which was really just sex. Nice wonderful support. I think a welcome that gets rolled out. Yeah I know. I anti you'd Jordan harbinger of the Jordan Harbinger show and previously charm. And he was talking about how how you know. He's always been a relationship building guy always offering always like. How can I help you kinda thing? And you know he likened it to insurance turns policy like you never buy insurance hoping to use it by the opposite Ram but he found himself when our charm like blew up and it wasn't isn't GonNa be his thing anymore many of the start from scratch they. He discovered what happens when you've been investing in your community all along. They're there for you to like jump start things again and actually in a much mean. He came out of the gate and the even bigger way than he'd ever been. I think similarities like you were not what planting all those connections with A. Oh one day I'm gonNA need to lake. Take something from all of you. People right like I wanted to keep building community and a lot of this was that you were hosting and convening spaces allow them to build connections with each other that you you weren't having to always make the introductions that's happened single like you know hey meet Robbie it was more like. Hey you tour here have fun and like we would find each other and make that connection. I think like apple flying it. Yeah and yeah you know I would echo that too like you know that's part of the manifesto on on networking nice people dot com the site. I have where on the manifesto one of the one of the rules of networking on something that I talk about all the time when I do like presentations keynotes about this. Is You know. Networking is a two way street. So and it's all about helping others before asking for anything in return and and in many cases not asking for anything in return right. Yes doing it to be cool. It's it's you know and I always talk about like sort of the analogy of like somebody like goes on the company who goes on twitter and start selling like sell sell sell people follow or you or whatever It just doesn't work but if you report with people and build actual you know like and trust But if you do that and then let you know at some point you can say hey really could use some help selling these steak knives if anybody wants to buy some You you know your way more likely for people to say Hell Yeah. I'll buy some Dave's Dave School. It's it's been helpful. Dorey has a policy that she's written about and talked about where she doesn't ask for a favor for the first year after meeting someone like that's her general rule and it is? It's a good way to think about it because you don't have have you have not deposited enough goodwill that relationship probably an you know this is not something you see all the time so it takes it takes a while to like exceed enough times to the posit that kind of goodwill and you can't extract from an account that doesn't have enough in it you know. So that's that's the mistake people make is like. Oh we've met awesome mcnabb ask you for that. Saying it's like I like I. I would add that. It's not just waiting a year but rather maybe even Providing like a monthly something say twelve things for representing a month. It could be two a much whatever of saying like hey robby just WANNA share this article with you because as soon as I read about it read it I was like Oh this is totally for you. After what we're talking about and send you a link length just letting you know or or introducing you to somebody in my network doing and instead yeah and I'm dabbled with Lake quantifying. Want to find things and I know I do use your ends and things like that but at the same time. Have a hard time. Actually I'm not really a numbers guy to begin with. I have a hard time sir. Keeping Track of of that ratio. But I think it's pretty clear that like you know in your heart there like if I'm if I'm Robbie and I you know just mad not that long ongoing in some way I'm asking you for favors like I know that's not cool you now. So I'm better off promoting providing you with some good stuff you know and again. I mean it's street but it's not it's not about networking for the purposes of getting something in return. So you mentioned this here is. It's about being cool. That is the bottom of mine here people right. So you mentioned a minute ago CRM's you have Systems Habits philosophies practices that help you nurturance St not not just that inner circle but the second or third layer out of your network the people that you don't see all the time once a year at a conference or used to work with them five years ago like like. How do you keep them so aware of you? And you aware of them. Yeah so So I do like I have this I have of course I'd better conference conference networking DOT com. And what I do with that. Course is I teach people how to network before during after a conference or an event something like that. But what I try to do like the three key points in networking. I'd always bring up. The first is showing up. The second is Is a way and show up a follow up is the second thanks to make sure you follow up with the people that you meet which often gets neglected and then the third thing is catching coming up so making sure that you do check in every six months or twelve months or whenever. That conference is coming back around. I do we use. CRM's in tools to kind of remind me to follow up with people You know one thing that I'm a so I've used contractually for years and I liked that a lot and I really loved their Founder v Band. Also a great guy just wrote a good book about networking tease you. You should get him on the show. I'm happy to make that intro. Actually been on this show there. You guys can easily a guy yeah. He's great he was my previous podcast as well. So yes is super sweet. Smart Craig Guy and I've been using lately I've been using serum called Not effectively apparently uncalled a coup comma. Oh Gosh what is it Karma now. Oh my gosh I'm totally you'll have to come back to it then going back to the one tool that I use I absolutely love is. There's a company called Bayden that they change it to boomerang the product is called Boomerang and at works with g mail. I think I'll also maybe some other email services and basically you can add at your g mail and then remind you to follow up with someone. Well you know whenever. There's a lot of other cool bells and whistles to that but I I love that one a lot so so if we needed a conference. Let's say on and then I I follow up and we follow up and then you know there's it's good I mean I don't have to keep emailing you every week. You know it might get annoying but I can set a reminder of like six months from now how to check in and see. Hey are you going back to that conference next year. You know maybe we should. I'd love to see you may have lunch grubbier coffee or whatever so. Oh that's the way the way I project the other thing I do too is like in g mail you can do at g from Google search so you can actually search which dates between dates and you can search sent messages during certain dates with keywords. So I could look up leg south by South West During the month after the conference last year and see all the messages I sent and can remind me of how to follow up also looking through you. You know text messages looking through direct messages on and private messages on facebook direct messages on twitter in Mail on linked in going back through the sent messages All the different messages you've received to remind you like. Oh Hey I've got a follow up with these people so that also helps to. Yeah that's great and Lately I've been trying to use these people's birthdays as a trigger to go and look at what our private messages have been and then respond to the last private message whether it was text facebook private message or Lincoln Messaging and sort of continue the conversation by just wishing them like a sincere happy birthday message. Not just like happy birthday birthday but like something a little more than that. Whatever the place was that we last had a conversation and I'm partly making that extinction because if you do it on a platform they're not very active on May may not even see it or not respond for a while yet? So you'd have to kind of figure out where people already kind of are engaged with you. this is fascinating fascinating. Vive I feel like you and I could spend a lot more time doing this but I have. I have a final question before we wrap up one of my favorite questions. We're reconnecting year from now and I know we're going to stay in touch. That's ask the awesome and we are sitting around and we are celebrating. All of your successes. I WanNa know what we're going to be toasting. What are you most looking forward to in the year? Your head for me. Personally I'm going through Some some sort of branding work right now. Some some thoughts on positioning for my for my my own business and and kind of putting things together a little more eloquently And a little more clearly so so you know next next year. I expect to be speaking a lot more than I than I am. Currently I am speaking to fairmount. But that's a big big part of what I do and what I love I love. I love being onstage. I love empowering and teaching audiences and sharing a laugh with them Sheringham's sharing stories with them but then giving them. You know actionable advice. They could use so by this time next year will be toasting that. My speaking career is like blowing up in the best possible way. That's awesome awesome. I'm looking for supporting you along that journey and celebrating us you hit those different milestones. So how can people find you and follow your work. You could go to Dave Delaney speaks DOT COM. That will redirect to my speaking page. And that's actually my website as well. So that has all the links to you know where I am. I'm also Dave Delaney e y Dave Delaney on twitter and linked in facebook. Google Dave Delaney. I'm the first one that comes up. That's awesome we'll have all those links the show notes that on the SCHMOOZE DOT COM. Thank you so much for joining us. It's been a really really fun conversation. Thank you robby. It's been fun man appreciate it. I hope you enjoy that interview. With deep such a pleasure to speak with him and learn about his leadership journey. What is your key takeaway from our conversation sation? Something will put into action this week. Feel benefit from for years to come share it resonated with you in the show notes at on the SCHMOOZE DOT COM look for episode one hundred and seventy three. That's also real. Find all the links and resources from today's show as wells over one hundred and seventy archived episodes on this. This pinterest inspired page reach out. Let me know which.
"two ways" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"So it wasn't so much that I was a bad kid. I was more of a class clowns clown's slash a friend of mine's mom called me Dave delinquent so so so I fit I- fit that rather well so not in a in a bad evil type away but more nudges disruptive kind of shaking my fist. Thority kind of way and PAT's so so. That's that's how I was. I was always always bringing humor into what I do Whether it was giving off at school or whether you know whatever whatever it was doing you know I'd always be there too and I'm also you know an extremely a loyal person loyal friend Lil husband as well and so you know so for me. I I had a group of really close friends but in high school too is very social. I was friends with the PUNK. Kids the jocks. Like every you know every kind of John Laura of person the GEEKS whatever I kind of fit in and and I've always been that way with people like very Just Open minded in accepting of of people I like meeting New People from different backgrounds and things like that and maybe that's partly coming from Toronto to being just such a culturally diverse. I city as well so yeah I share that experience of being in high school and being friends with all the different circles. I loved it and I used to third birthday parties. This is A. It's who I am still today. I like blending all the groups together I'm heading to New York in a couple of weeks and I'm hosting a dinner dinner and a Brunch and the people I've invited are from like all these different places that I know them like. They don't they're not all from one community they're not from all one group online online or anything they they'll have something in common besides me you know like some values or some some interests or something they do in the world but I've always loved dubbed the idea of Mashing people together and see what happens because I can see the value in I think a lot of people haven't had the experience you and I are talking about a kind of walking walking between different worlds and so they think that everyone else is super different and they're super unique and there's nothing that ever sharing common and like you clearly have lived enough to see that's not that's not the case People are people. But you know this. Dave delinquent is going to stick. I'm GonNa call you that now. I'm by by the way you may have thought you left that behind. You just brought that up here but this is really interesting because you always always wonder like where do these people go and like. Who Do they grow up to be a casino today and what I know of you today is not a label? I would've stuck on you You know you're an upstanding being citizen and you're doing good things the world and you're being recognized the leader. So what. What's that journey like like? When did you start to take yourself seriously enough to apply it yourself at at doing some thing in particular that you truly want to do not just the lessons than direction everyone else's trying to point you in but like you chose a path half it was there a moment or was there a series of like a Ha's or was there somebody who was like Kinda kick in the pants to make make it happen a little bit of both? Actually actually the the kick in the pants would be my wife Who you know who I met? So she's from Tennessee. which is how we ended up living here in Nashville Asheville But we met backpacking in Ireland and ninety eight and we lived abroad. We lived in Ireland and Scotland and travels quite a lot over the years over for in Europe and so when we moved back to Toronto It took a little bit for me to kind of find my way to find my way and take myself and my career seriously enough to like go out and start doing work and so she was the one who pushed me to you go to university after college and Studied Business Marketing She was kind of a kick in the pants and and got me. Got Me Straight a little bit so so that that was big influence or she was being influenced that way. But then also I would. I would add that The birth of my first INS and second skin child They're living in half months. Apart Irish twins as the term goes we should have seen coming having met in Ireland But having kids as well I mean that's a game changer too. So you know once you know you can. You can be careless and silly or whatever but I mean I think once you you have other people who are dependent upon you on. It's time to start taking things a lot more seriously. Yeah and how did you know that. Business and marketing was your direction at that. Point was was there already some clear signs yet for me. It's always been. It's always come down to communication for me and marketing was just the logical logical fit It's funny my dad was a head hunter back way. Back in the day kind of Madman head-hunter style in Toronto kind of a big name in that space and he did a one of the he did a personality. Assessment on me when I was like nineteen probably really and I found it not that long ago and and went through it again and I was shocked to see. Just how accurate it still was for the most part And it said you should be a marketing person or a public speaker. Or you know these these Things Kinda shocking to see so I knew early on. I've always been very interested in media on in communication and messaging and branding and things like that that also roll into marketing so it was logical for me to to take that step and de start out working for big companies or like how. How did that career trajectory take off? Yeah so My first marketing role was with a theater performing arts company in in Nashville Earn Toronto rather and they represented Sir smaller THEATER COMPANIES IN TORONTO. And I worked with them for about a year or two giver retain. I can't remember how long and then was hired as marketing manager for the Toronto production of hairspray. The John Waters musical so that was my show in Toronto for its. It's run and I dabbled with some of the other shows the producers and and Lion King and Mamma Mia And so I started in in sort of the performing arts marketing communications publicity space and from that From working with mirvish productions is in Toronto on hairspray on after that that show closed on IDA stablest a really great relationship with the Toronto Star. traumas Rana's largest newspaper and we had a great relationship with their promotions director. Because we went you know. Give them tickets to shows which they would give giveaway or do sweepstakes with in exchange for you know so that way in exchange for using remnants space to promote the show so it was kind of a win win a certain scenario in area and so they brought me on the promotions executive for the Toronto Star after working there after working in in theater and then after working with the Toronto Star are I went on to work for television network in in Toronto. So Hey Larry moving. That's that's like this unraveled out a bit your a kid without any direction who clearly loves cedar like you already have that passion you found a way to match the passion you had for theater later with a skill set that you had been developing and marketing. Did it for a local group where you know. You probably weren't competing with a ton of people to get that job and Papa didn't pay a ton and probably a lot of work and you learn a lot. You got invited to a much. Bigger deal Developed some key media relations awhile doing that bigger deal show that run and then got invited onto the staff of that bigger deal media company and then that now you're media so you bridged like the public like arts and entertainment kind of world into the media world right with once little step there and then suddenly you're working in TV So that's that's all relationships they'll get so clear that you get that piece because a lot of people I don't know how to step from one side to another when they're when they're in industries or how to bring along their knowledge base with them and their and their network with them. What I think also the story of the television network would be interesting for your listeners to because that came from a relationship that I established? I'm with another television network and what happened was I wanted to work in TV and broadcasting that way I actually studied radio and television broadcasts. I majored in radio. Actually and what had happened was from networking go figure. I basically talked my way. I said so so I started doing this thing when I was much younger in this in this time. Where in order to network with people I did the same with the performing company That landed mirvish or hairspray. Right where I would reach out and say. Hey I'm a student if I was a student at the time or just interested in the industry but I would say hey you know honestly. I'M A student studying. XYZ.
"two ways" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"Welcome to on the SCHMOOZE. The podcast that highlights talented people from different fields explores how they built strong networks and overcame challenges on their way to becoming successful leaders. Now here's your host Robbie Samples November twenty third achieved one of my big audacious goals for twenty nineteen. I presented my first Ted Ex. Talk to be honest. I wouldn't have set this goal for myself without a lot of encouragement for my business coach during Clark and since story was just named the coveted thinkers fifty list is is one of the best global communications coaches and talent experts in the world in glad I listened to her. I applied to eleven events before being accepted one one in my hometown at TEX ICAN street. I thoughtfully crafted my message. Trying to boil the hours and hours of concert. I presented over over the last ten and a half years into my most pure form of an idea open body. Language is the key to successfully broadening your network I got to this thing. S- attempts and Webster's incredible talent with words and meaning. I sought advice and support from people people in my network like Thompson and Dory because I have long believed that relationships are the answer to any business or personal challenge along along the way I realized that advice about tax is best asked to people who've experienced doing Ted ex talk themselves or producing event very very well-meaning friends who know a lot about public speaking. We're not always giving me the best advice for a fedex. Talk talk is not really about the audience. The room which could be filled with high school students. This is something that happened to a friend of mine who realized the Tex- that she'd been selected for was being run by junior junior in high school for a school project. X I knew my talk was really for an Internet audience. Once the video is released and specifically Gli for prospective clients in the world of associations I should have been setting better parameters. About what kind of feedback. I was seeking until the last a few days before my talk. I was asking for very generalized feedback and then finding myself feeling dispensing when someone questioned my content which which I had so carefully crafted purposely leaving certain things out. For the sake of brevity. I also realized I needed to hear praise before hearing critique take my the only one with a fragile ego probably not. It always went better when the person offering insight started by telling me what I done well and then shared what I could do to make it even better a few days before my talk I got very clear on what feedback seeking and how I would best receive feedback back and it worked mytalk improved an. I felt very supported by community. You're challenged for this week. Seek out your community to help happy with a challenge. You're facing be thought about who you ask. So you're sure they have the expertise you're seeking avoid asking for general feedback and get clear. What specifically you want them to focus on asks for accolades and praise before deep diving into critique and hopefully avoid feeling defensive about what you're hearing grow learn and feel supported by your community? Try this and let me know how it goes now onto this week show. Today's guests is known as a communication connoisseur because he's obsessed with all aspects of communication whether it was CB radios and a computer bulletin board systems when and he was a kid majoring in radio and television broadcasting in college or majoring in Business Marketing University. It's always been about communication with him. Add in that. He's is an Improv performer. Who graduated from setting Improv comedy? With the second city in Toronto his top strengths finder personality has been theme. Is You guessed it communication and it makes sense then that his mission is teaching fast growing companies had improve communication to build strong cultures. He does as as a keynote speaker author and consultant. He's the founder of future fourth a marketing communications firm and also networking for Nice people and online community and resource to improve professional networking efforts. It's he captured. Best Practices in his book. New Business networking effectively. Grow Your Business Network using online offline methods. Please join me in welcoming Dave seleny okay. So first of all I've got to say Robbie's of pro at this 'cause he just did that in one take. It's yeah no problem radiator. Thanks for joining. If your office in Nashville Tennessee. You're you know even when I make a mistake I just keep going. Because that's it's about right baby. This is a a show about building strong networks and in the context of leadership because as you would agree. no-one achieve success in the backyard. So let's start with this like how do you define leadership and when did you realize you had the skills to lead So so I still don't know if I can lead I hope I hope it's GonNa work out no For me leadership really is about listening. I and and leading with empathy and being accepting to ideas into to your team members and so forth so so for me I think I think leadership really comes from. I'm from listening first and foremost both both from you. Know Listening to industry trends and things like that for your business but also listening to the people that work with you and your your colleagues your prospects and clients and so forth so that's leadership. Enlisting I think is like chocolate and peanut butter yeah delicious interesting Because because you know you you have this background in Improv. And I was also listening absolutely. Yeah if you're not listening it's not GonNa it's not GonNa go well for you. Yeah it's GONNA be a bad scene so so when did you start to realize you had those skills or that someone else to think you might have them like where does originate. NATE WILL WANNA move to Nashville from Toronto Roughly about you know twelve or thirteen years ago. Now I co-founded to uncover prince conferences to unconsciousness bar camp in podcast national and then Also founded to monthly networking events Geek breakfast and Nash Cocktail. And all of those events were were built. Not For business for me. I had a job. I wasn't trying to to build a business. I was just doing my job and then I did these other things because while the first bar cam came as a result of getting my first job but but it was all about note just supporting the community. I'm a people person people pleaser. I'm being careful popping pees on the microphone but you you know so for me. It's all about people and connecting with people in community and so what was interesting is a lot of people what say that would would identify me as a leader of technology or marketing in in the national community. And you know I I. It's one of those being an expert. Right where I could never call myself an expert. I if you say I'm an expert great I will take it and and people introduce me that way. It's not in my bio specifically because again that's what I write so I you know it's the same thing so if somebody calls me an expert or calls me a leader I think that's awesome and that's a good sign that I am but I'm not going to go out of my way to call myself an expert or leader in that way. I'd I'd rather others call me that I I absolutely I think what you're getting at. Is the idea being recognized. Show you know in my bow. Action says that I've been recognized as a networking expert bird by X Y and Z. And that's how you can get around that is you back. I'M NOT GONNA call myself that but you'll seem like a meant. She can never call yourself immense she have have to be called one. So that is the goal so I mean it's really. It's really interesting to think about an but I wanted to dig deeper back in and I want. I'll come back to this piece of what you did when you got to Nashville. But let's roll this back because the fact that you came to Nashville completely community for you and chose to invest in that way your time energy and that community building there must have been something happen before that. For that to even dawn you because zillion people have moved to Nashville and not done that. Not Being as splash and not been recognized for their leadership. What were you like in Grade School in high school were you a kid hid Organiz things where you always watching the the class clown like what were you like? That's a good question as a so high school. I probably went to more high schools.