19 Burst results for "Unlovely"

"unlovely" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

"unlovely" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"I didn't know what to do. And you've really made me feel a k. Have you ever come across the family. Emma demon for questions like this come across a family. So i don't know where to start here. I don't really knew how to help you. Not bad i actually happen. And what's so funny about question. Is the children appropriate. Say these have no explanation. Which i use that word but the children. Are you know challenges. Unlovely ones i i find them. I love that i just find. I like challenges. And that's for being reason. Why set my business. Because i don't like things are easy. I light snow. This was a challenge. And i'm going to do. I'm going to turn around from your experience. so far. Becker what do you think like one or two of the main areas that people find very hard in the early years they come to you for help own it for me when i was having my first definitely the breastfeeding definitely the night. A- going to bed because we have sleep deprivation it is the worst thing ever. And i don't think many people realize having a baby is for ms all deprivations zombie. Yeah all the people that actually in how what are the sort of the main areas that people really need help out with. I think the main one is usually potty training and the trouble listening so behavior. I think as the top two i think the main thing that Potty training is they compare with their friends so though sale this child's potty training all she's been potty trained. My child isn't most children. You need to make sure they're ready. I even things like asking them if they want to. Use the proceeds. Some children want to go straight to the toilets so those missile key things that you need to do to really prepare your child. Lots of potty training that ease to let them know about what's going to happen. What happens in the toiler why we use toilet talk about your body parts. Teach them those things so it's really about giving them those tools and the understanding and then it so much easier rebecca. Where did you learn to do all of this. Have you been reading lots of books. Did you go on courses. How did all this knowledge come to you. I think it's a mixture between.

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"unlovely" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

POSITIVELY JOY

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"unlovely" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY

"Hi lori. Thank you so much for being with us today. how are you. i'm great. It's such a pleasure to be here. Well i'm so happy that you agreed to be on the show because you have an interest in two areas that i also have an interest in and that's crime and in faith so so this is really perfect for for the podcast and i know you know that i have journalism background. I don't know that you know that police reporter once upon a time i did not know that. Oh i bet you've got stories earlier early in my career before. I started moving into editing and managing. But i love your podcast. I love the fact that you that you take book prime books and really get to the meat of it for the podcast. I have so many questions for you but before we start. Let's talk a little bit about you. Tell tell us a little bit about yourself. Well actually a licensed private investigator which is nothing that was ever on my radar if you had asked me growing up what i wanted to be but god's funny like that. He puts circumstances in our life to get us where he wants us so true so true. Yes i had. I had been a paralegal for years and my girls were growing up and leaving the house. And i thought you know i've got some time on my hands. I wonder if some of my my legal skills. I could maybe volunteer and be helpful somewhere so i contacted a local. Pi and she probably thought i was crazy. That actually agreed to to meet with me. And so i started doing just volunteering for her and she said you know you could do this. I thought why not and so you know guys that surprised you though. Did that surprise you. It did because like. I said it really was not on my radar but i saw how much satisfaction and joy she got out of helping people and on. Oh i want that too. Yeah yeah that makes sense. So here i am and she actually has a podcast that she very specifically to drive leads to cases that she's working on and so i wanted to do something a little different. Because then she encouraged me. Well you could do a podcast. Why can i can do a true crime book review. That would be fun and very interesting to me anyway. And so i was working on it and developing it and a very wise friend said you know. There's there's so much noise out there. There's so many people in the space you got to figure out what it is about you. That would be a different perspective. And she said. I think for you that your your faith and then it really just all came together there from there. Well well she was completely right. You're right this is a very busy space and it's and sometimes it's hard to get the attention of people. But i think the unlovely truth and by the way i love the title no thank Is it will do just that. So my as i said i have a lot of questions..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Lewis Lake Covenant Church

Lewis Lake Covenant Church

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Lewis Lake Covenant Church

"And let me invite you to take your bibles. Open them with me. If you would to the book of second. Peter chapter to chapter one. Second peter one. We're gonna be finishing up first. Chapter of second peter this morning which is entitled nothing but the truth. This is what the word of god says. I peter one beginning twenty knowing this first of all that no prophecy of scripture comes from someone's own interpretation for no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man but men spoke from god as they were carried along by the holy spirit. I'm going to give you a number of threes. This morning and i just wanted to begin with three promises you can't live without. I want to begin to set the context for this are text this morning. A wonderful tech speaking of the reliability of the word of god some of the message of the old testament in a kind of oversimplified way. You could boil the ultimate down to this. God makes great wonderful delightful hope giving life-giving promises and then god keeps the promises that he it so. Let me give you the promises that god makes the old testament three promises that you cannot live without. One is the promise of god's gracious love you know that god does not oh his love to anyone who has unlovely and all people by definition are centers and our unlovely when the bible says that god demonstrates his love towards us in now while we were yet sinners. Christ died for us. That's a really really big deal. If you wanna put it in peter's terms and go back to verse three. God did not half to grant to us all things pertaining to life and godliness. He did that out of his grace out of his love. And it's one of the main messages of the old testament as you read it. God's people were incredibly unlovely. God made adam and eve and the first thing they did was violate the one rule that he gave them. And then adam blamed god for it. It was like really did that. Abraham was trying to save his own skin and let his wife taken into a harem twice. Mr valiant mr husband of the year jacob lousy husband lousy fathers houses disaster moses is a murderer god delivers his people from egypt by great and powerful works and the first thing they do is fall down and worship a golden calf. God gave them. Manna from heaven and they griped about it. David slept with the wife of his one of his most outstanding soldiers and warriors and then killed him trying to cover it up solomon son entirely destroyed. The nation of israel manasseh kid. The king had his own children burnt in the worship of false gods. So god's people are agree unlovely though god punish them punish them for these things his love continues to shine through in the pages of the old testament because god promised to give his gracious love to his people. The second great promise in the old testament is the promise of god's forgiveness. God promised to deal with sin completely and put it away. And that's a major expectation of the old testament. Here it is from jeremiah. Thirty three when. God says i will cleanse them from all the guilt of their sin against me and i will forgive all the guilt of their sin and rebellion against me. This promise is the heart of the gospel. The good news that we share to a world really needs to be forgiven..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"As well. He knew he could and kind of as done that as a very. It's a very very frontman thing to say. But how do you think you get the job of a front man if you can't if you can't bullshit i know i know my dab. Yeah you've spent time with the audran officially married but one for quite some time island. I was my dad. Always said i could sell My dad's like you could sell was he say Catch up you could still catch up. Obstacles to a woman. Wearing white gloves is what my dad says. Tommy from tommy boy said my dad's ice eskimo. That's another so essentially the old man. Just the he's he's like you're like the best used car salesman around. Johnny did get into trouble. There's no doubt about that but there is something to be said about the hustle about you talking your way into things out of things and being able as an adult to use that skill to your advantage and not get arrested. But you know that is something. I'm sure that has benefited you in life. Right unlovely spend positive. All he's really looking for the for the for the silver lining in cash. Jesus stent my majerus did i. This is this is the click bait that everyone's going to going to latch on the list. One so you know it. It absolutely helped me and the hustle. You know i've met. I mean it takes to no one in new campbell. Should've bullshitter and i've met a lotta hustlers would become very successful in this world in every single facet you can possibly imagine but i mean now if i think that i've walked out of a store and I've.

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"unlovely" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"Discerning hearts presents in search of the still point with dr regis martin in episode to dr martin reflects on love and forgiveness. The bible tells us that we must both love our neighbor and our enemies and because the two are very often the same person it can sometimes get a bit sticky. For instance if your neighbor is the guy who routinely bullies you at school or the office. How exactly does that work. Are you really expected to love him. Much less forgive him or adolf. Hitler who is everyone's whipping post surely were not expected to love or forgive him if a nation to be loved must first be lovely as ed been. Burke reminds us. How is it any different in the case of unlovely people of course if love is nothing more than soft soap and sentimentality. Then of course there's no problem. A playacting love that will never confront the wrongdoer for the wrong that he's done is a failure of love that leaves the job undone god and the literary artist. We are told by jacques. Meriden have this much in common that while they love their creations. They judge them without sentimentality. And what is the job of love but to promote the real and permanent good of the other which cannot happen if you are unwilling to face the truth about his behavior which is no better than quote a senile benevolence to cite the example. Cs lewis uses to describe the rich relative who tosses money at his poor nephew because he really can't bear to be with him who will not give the one thing that truly matters. Which is the gift of himself in the light of truth. That is which is what happens when people take one another seriously the terrifying complement which is how god treats us says. Louis taking with utmost seriousness. The choices we make they carry an ultimately that propels us in only one of two directions. Heaven or hell but surely the matter of love and forgiveness becomes especially challenging when we regard the other as somehow undeserving of it. The predatory priest who took advantage of our trust to ravage the innocent or the drug dealer. Who traffics in human destruction. Or maybe just the politician who changes his mind as often as his suit are. We really expected to love these people. only in christ. Is it possible to love the unlovely and in the witness of saint maria gherardi for example who forgave her assailant even as he was stabbing her to death we see an amazing application of the principle on the centennary of her death in two thousand and two pope. Saint john paul the second in describing the testimony of her last hours reflected on its quote extraordinary relevance in our time not only did she forgive him going so far as to hope that they might someday meet in heaven but it proved to be a catalytic event the mothers forgiveness at his trial. The own conversion while in prison culminating in the to standing together in the square of saint peter as her daughter is being raised to the altar. As a saint. Divine indulgence for human shortcomings is declared the pope a demanding model of behavior for all believers. But you know it isn't impossible for those of us who tried to cleave to christ who we must remember forgave the shortcomings of all of us. Thank you you've been listening to. Dr regis martin.

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"unlovely" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"unlovely" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jeff Bridges heard here with some of his musical stylings from the movie Crazy Heart Revealing he's been diagnosed with lymphoma. Bridges says he has started treatment and promises to keep Everybody updated Well, Saturday night on the Cape Barnstable Police responded to reports of a man in a clown suit carrying a baseball bat on the beach. Nothing good can come of this right? Check in with W. B. C's Carl Stevens. Maybe he had psychologically sheltered in place for a little too long for whatever reason. A man on Saturday night Unlovely Veterans Beach in Barnstable was walking around in a clown suit carrying a baseball bat. There's no indication he was threatening anybody. But Barnstable police arrested him 30 year old Justice Allman of East Ham because he had a department warrant for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. There's no information in terms of what color his hair might have been. Carl Stevens, BBC Boston's news radio, Karl, Thank You 90 H coming up to the opening bell on Wall Street and lots happening already on the market. Stimulus talks in D. C. And now Google hanging over investors heads. Let's check out how that's moving the needle this morning with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you, Jeff. The Justice Department expected to file a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google could happen today. Accusing the company of squashing any competition for Internet searches, and it controls 90% of the market while promoting its own goods and services above anyone else is down on Wall Street. That's causing a lump a slump in alphabet shares, along with some other big name tech stocks in pre market trading. Dow futures did lose some steam on that report. But still there are 120 points has talks on a new Corona virus. Stimulus bill resume in Washington. I'm telling Busby Bloomberg business on W. B z Boston's news radio season over for another high school football team details coming up next. It's 908 covering Wolf. Lexington, Whitman Way know where you Live? W b z Boston's NewsRadio It's Adam. You probably haven't been to the dentist in a while or anywhere. That's okay. There's still an excellent way to keep your teeth in tiptop shape as your dentist would tell you Good health starts with good habits..

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When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

On The Ledge

05:09 min | 1 year ago

When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

"Board. What she calls a scandal means Mike Hans plant from baby plants dot com a company in the Netherlands which. Is Very popular for selling these very small young plants. So if you go on the website, you can see can buy an allocation Sabrina in a four centimeter diameter pot four about four and a half pounds and no wonder they are proving very popular for growers in Europe and the UK. She writes it arrived absolutely sodden looking bit limp. So I took it out of the pot to remove as much putting media as possible and reported on doing this I discovered is not actually one plump six stems tied together with an elastic band. There was some roots, but it'd a bit difficult to tell where they're coming from without separating the whole thing which I'm not keen on doing is this normal practice to Selah plant like this first of all a word about the name of this plant they own selling in this plant as Philodendron Scan Danes Mike. Cans now I think I mean I roy taxonomy as we all know is A. Bit of a minefield but. This is what I would call. Philodendron. Hetero. Mike Hans Eight trailing philodendron with these beautiful bruhns e velvety leaves, which is proper adorable unlovely. It was sold as a medium sized plant with the Drama Troupe of twelve centimeter height five centimeters. So not a tiny tiny baby plum Mrs rose to be a slightly bigger one and I contacted baby plants direct to ask about this issue. And this was their reply. We don't grow this plot ourself. So we have asked the grower, the blood is grown from cuttings they put them together with the support band to grow and make new routes. This plant is grown and sold in a pediatric nurse report that's quite a big pot for the plant. So that is why they use more cuttings to fill the pot so that. Is the deal we've got this plant sold as a medium plot, but in fact, it is a bunch of cuttings. The first thing to say about this is the practice among nurseries of packing, Paul with young plants or indeed cuttings to make it. Look more full is very, very, very widespread i. saw someone the other day with polycom Chow Doria elegance on twitter I. Think this might. Have, been in house our actually and they're wondering what to do because some of the lease looking really crispy and looking at the part you could just see there were so many young seedlings chuffed in this part together that they were just out competing one another. So the question is, is it fair to describe this plant as a medium plant when it's made up of cuttings? Well? It's a really widespread practice is very, very common I can see how lots of people new to the hobby would be very confused about this and wouldn't really understand the same happens with Swiss cheese plants, lots of baby seedlings in apart, and as a result, it looks like you've got a more mature plant that you have. Of course, with these kinds of plants you can't tell by looking at the foliage just how mature the plot is. The elastic bands interesting one again, this is certainly not unheard of come across many people who have. Taken their plots out of parts and discover that there's an elastic band in there. Is it how I want to receive a medium philodendron plant probably not I have to say I don't really want there to be an elastic band hin rather plant because although I'm probably going to spot it because I usually do look at the root ball lots of people are not going to spot that and as the reach grow on the stems grow. It's probably GONNA. Start restricting the plants growth and ideally there's cuttings shouldn't be all shoved in exactly the same spot in the pot. So that is something that concerns me. But as I, say, it's a fairly widespread practice. What would say carry is if you are unhappy with this unhappy with description and if anyone else out, there is in the same boat to go back to the supply and say, this is not acceptable. I am not happy with this because the only way that things are gonNA. Change is if supplies realize that customers are not happy with this way of doing things. So I think it's about trying to get our message across to the suppliers that they need to look. Again at the way they are packaging and putting their plants so that they will survive in the long-term because it's it's not very sustainable either to have a plot that is. Hobbled from the beginning and likely to die because it's been either shoved in apart with loads of its fellow cuttings or young plants all because it's got a band around it that could be restricting growth and causing problems in the interests of balance. I should say that I have also heard lots of good reports about baby plants, dot com, and a d like the. Way that they offer a chance for you to start off with a really spoil specimen of Aplomb, which you can then bring on as opposed to buying a really big specimen, which then might struggle a bit more auto data. Your situation

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"unlovely" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"unlovely" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Personality host of Kim Coleman show on the Ramsey network joined In the studio. My co host is Chris Hogan. Ransom Personality Post of the Curse. Hogan Show on the Ramsey Network. And this is Our favorite part of the show s so fun. Rondell in from San Francisco, California is on the debt free state. She has a one million gigawatts smile on her face. I think it might be because she knows she's dead free. She knows how hard she works or something We don't know. So here we need to dive in and find out what Did this young lady, Do you hear the details? Tell us, Rondell. And how much did you pay off? How long did it take? And what was your range of income? So I paid off $46,087 in 27 months on. I started out at 30,000. And I finished writing about 40,000. Wow. How do you increase that income hit three jobs like the last color? Yeah, I worked seven days a week. Uh, yeah. So I was I was always at work. If I wasn't working. I was asleep, Unlovely. Okay, tell us what did you pay off in this 47? $46,000 of debt? I got my list. So I paid off 2000 credit cards for 1000 for these braces of $5000 from my old college tuition debt that was outside of student loans. 15,000 on a brand new car because I had to have a brand you are and then 20,000 in student loans. Wow. Wow. You had the Buffet had everything I did all the things. So what happened? Why did you all do certain? Wake up and get fired up about getting out of death? Yes. So I had just bought this new car that I needed. I graduated from college. Andi. I moved to Ohio for a job. And my dad sent me a text because I got a bill in the mail, and it was for $5000 for this old tuition that was due immediately, and I didn't have $5000 because I just bought this car and I just remember being so worried and freaked out, and I thought there's no way that a 22. I'm going to be able to tackle this $5000 debt on and so I just decided to do things on my own. And so I started paying $75 a month. Um, on this bill and realise, after a few months that was not happening outside Googled how to get out of debt Quick and Dave Ramsey came up first. It was not quick, but I was able to do it on and so I started reading the total money makeover. And it was game on. Wow. Had you heard of Dave before? So I actually had a in ninth grade. I had a geometry teacher, Ms Strassberg. She's probably listening. And he had her geometry class. She would like, Sprinkle in a little bit of Dave Ramsey. But I didn't remember that until you know, months into the into the program and I realized in geometry class in geometry class. Yeah, like Mrs Strasbourg. Well, she's creative. Yeah, that is true. Print here. Um, and that's noble together. So as you're reading the book, How quickly did you start to make total changes? What was the process like for you? As you begin to get in touch, I applied for a job I applied for had it. I had two jobs at the time. That night that I started reading the book I applied for a job is a pharmacy technician. Um, had no pharmacy experience. But I thought, you know, this is why I know I could do it. And so I was just I mean, I'd stopped, you know, eating out. I was cooking at home all the time. I was like, planning my my trip, so I didn't have to spend too much gas. So I would like you all my trips at once and, you know, pick up any extra shifts, and I mean, I was like Doing all of the thing. Wow. So at one point you had three jobs. How long when you first started? Did you think it was going to take you to pay this off? Based on my income. I was thinking this. This is going to take four years. I was pretty pretty sold on for four years on and then I look up and it's like, Oh, like no, It's actually like it's going to be a lot less. I mean, you did this in 27 months, seven months. That's a whole lot shorter than 48 months. So who walked with you on this story? And yes. Oh, I had a base of cheerleaders at homes. Actually, my mom is here. She was my biggest cheerleader at the time she was living in California was living in Ohio. And so she's cheering me on, you know, over the phone, but outside friends at at the pharmacy job that I worked at And friends from college who were cheering me on. I'm so proud of you. Me as you look at this. Hey, biggest sacrifice you made. Oh, well, I didn't get to go out so much because I was working all the time. And so I remember being in the car one night. I truly I worked from nine AM to nine PM at different jobs. And it was nine o'clock and I was so tired and I had to be at work the next morning, and I just remember like sitting in my car crying and thinking like this is never I'm never gonna get this paid off. It's just not possible on DH. So I start I turned on the Dave Ramsey show toe. Listen to someone else's debt free scream to think like I do. I just need encouragement and motivation right now. What did that scream do for you? I mean, it gave me I mean, I stopped crying. It gave me so much peace and hope on DH. I was like, Okay, I can do this. I'm going to go to work tomorrow, and I'm going like I'm just going to keep working at this. Keep chipping away at it, Randall. And guess what? You're about to do my best. Guess what you're about to do. You are about to get the goose bumps are ur does have Mike, you're about to give that shot arm. There's a single lady somewhere, sit in the car or some some people sitting somewhere crying right now, because they're tired. They don't believe that it's possible. And I want you to know that you made the sacrifice. You are extremely intentional. And you're about to give them that very motivation You received that day. That's why it's such a big deal for people to come in to share your story. So congratulations, Young lady. What is something you learned about yourself? Through this incredibly disciplined journey. Um, you know, I think the biggest thing is that I am capable of saying no to things I'm capable..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Stereo Decisis

Stereo Decisis

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Stereo Decisis

"As our guest today at. Why don't you go first and Offer US your obiter DICTA for this episode of X. Very Much Robert Again. I just want to thank you for having me. I've been talking to Hillary about getting on the show for a while and I'm I'm I'm glad I finally found an exclusive particularly in these times. It's nice to have a human contact legal subjects as opposed to other perhaps Less HAPPY MATTERS. But my obiter free focuses. I've been very fortunate in that. My employers are Publican and I have no worries about my paycheck being cut off. I know many many Canadians currently and Cova da in the covert nineteen environment are not nearly as lucky and you. The reality is as being home a so much. I was doing my budget the other day and the reality is is. I'm not spending as much money on going out to the bar or other activities which is sad for my life but I what I wanted to encourage people to do is if you are fortunate enough to to be at home and still drawing your full salary and and not having to worry about the vagaries of Your Employment Situation Food banks in a number of cities are struggling. They're struggling because of the limits on their operations because of lockdowns and restrictions. I know in in Toronto. The Daily Bread Food Bank is continuing to do its work and so my nonbinding recommendation is if you are fortunate enough to be at home and not worrying about these struggles. Maybe a chip in a little of that money. That would have gone to the to the daily Coffee Ron or to the bar restaurants and support the food banks because you see some of the unemployment application numbers coming food. Banks are going to be busier than ever. And I think are those of us who are lucky enough in this particular pandemic to be at home and and not have any of those anxieties about About rent or mortgage or whatnot. I think we have to do our bit even though we can only do it from home pouring some of those extra dollars that we don't need for the bar. The restaurant to the food banks is is a smart use of that money. And I've been doing that every week and I. I would encourage everyone if they can to do so. I think it would be a big help to our communities that that is an excellent and laudable recommendation non-binding though it may be thank you for that David Hillary. What what is your opener for this week? I'm just laughing to myself because it's not the first time where someone has gone immediately before me with their really altruistic selfless unlovely obiter and then I do something like completely you know silly and mundane but there you have it. That's just the luck of the draw I totally echo. David says sentiment but My obiter is in relation to two ways to spend your evening. If you're looking for something to watch. I know a lot of people have more screen time these days so there is a CBC documentary based on the Oland murders in In New Brunswick and this is a story that was big in the news in New Brunswick for the many many years over which the story unfolded so Oland. Dick owned Richard..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"It's almost done putting the finishing touches on that commented last episode. How how much time that's taken? I'm super proud of what we put together. Stoked every revision I get back from the designer. Gets me more excited. So I'm doing a live video stream of some key takeaways of that report in about two weeks if you want to be sure to hear about that can't do stay Of INDIE SAS SAS DOT COM and L. Redirect end of Microsoft to a landing page email. And you'll get an email when that livestream is going to go alive. It's going to be about twenty to thirty minutes and I'm I'm doing it kind of like a offered stock where I'm really presenting findings in what I think they mean. And there's been and some surprises that we've seen in the data and then some not so surprises so it's kind of fun to cover both sides of those so join me for that in just a couple of weeks and with that. Ah Let's dive into this episode. Tracy thanks so much for coming back on the show. Yeah having to be here. I am excited to dig into some listener questions today and specifically handpicked the I two because they're about two sided marketplaces and as people. Heard in the intro. You ran one for several years so I was like saving in those when you're back on the show very cool. I'm really answer those so let's dive into the first one. Unfortunately it was a voicemail that we received several months ago and due to some technical glitches cheers. I can no longer get the audio file. But in essence the caller sent voicemail and he said look. I'm starting a two sided marketplace. Obviously we need both sides to be successful all and only the businesses pay so it's a business on one side and consumers and businesses I believe paid a subscription. Which side should they focus their marketing? Adding budget on. This is a fun one. I mean it's kind of goes to the problem of marketplaces where the beginning part. The start of marketplace is really hard because you need to get it both sides of the marketplace to get for wedding lovely the marketplace right before I need to get both the businesses on wedding lovely but also the consumers for those businesses so so that they would have customers through my marketplace. What I did it wedding lovely and this is probably why I recommend to anyone who was running? A marketplace is to focus on bringing in as much revenue as as possible especially if you're doing a bootstrap business which means that you need to focus your marketing budget on the business side but obviously need to have some way of bringing in in the other side of the marketplace place so what recommend here is to look for ways that you can use the side. That's you're spending your marketing budget. On for instance the businesses. What what can you do to incentivize them to bring in the other side of the marketplace for example with wedding lovely I worked with businesses on wedding lovely the wedding businesses who given even tools to bring in the people that they worked with to bring them onto the platform and encourage them to use wedding lovely on the other side so my marketing budget was going to this businesses but it was an essence Asan's trickling down to the other side by utilizing those those businesses to bring people out there are working with in essence? I would recommend to spend your marketing budget on the people who who are bringing you revenue but do best to make incentivize. The people you're working with that are you're spending revenue dollars on bringing the customers that they work with bringing the other side of the marketplace. So that you're more efficient with the money that you're spending their marketing budget but you're still bringing in both sides of that marketplace. I think that's a savvy way to do it the way I I think about. This is often times. Businesses marketing to other businesses need to spend a lot of money like you need to have higher quality content. You need to spend ads and nurture. Iran convince them why they should pay. There's there's a huge job and that's just the job of any standards SASS APP on the flip side business market to consumers frequently do it with vitality they do it with content. They do it with instagram posts. giveaways there's things that you can do that are that are just much. They're just so different you know. They're so different in terms of the approaches. And I think it's not that you can do it more inexpensively with consumers but I do think that given that we see people selling be to see kind kind of e-books for ten bucks or twenty or thirty bucks. There's obviously ways to acquire customers that are a lot cheaper than there are to acquire that next big that big big fastcustomer where you're paying one hundred or five hundred thousand dollars to close that account versus. Hey I'm going to acquire someone for ten twenty thirty dollars. It's just it's such a different game so in that sense I agree with you in that I would put marketing budget towards the folks who are going to be paying you and then I think there are griller scrappy bootstrap ary ways to to go after the consumer side of it and one of them is what you said. It's the businesses to bring their critical mass to you. I think that's a great way to do it. And there's obviously you know. There's there's models for BBC marketing. We won't go into here. But that's that's what I would focus on is the cheaper and expensive ways to get consumers to to join up so the next question comes in from Anthony. He says hi. I listen to a bunch of episodes so I apologize. This was covered. I heard a couple episodes on marketplaces places and how to get them going from a cold. Start but I don't think you've touched on the comfort the tool stay for the network strategy where you build a SAS tool for one or both sides of the marketplace ace that is useful regardless of the existence of the marketplace. He also brings a a link to a strife article that kind of covers little bits which is really cool Lincoln. Pretty sure you're GONNA add it to the show. That's so what do you think. I think it's a great idea and in fact if I personally were to go after a two sided marketplace which I tell people not to do. Don't do it if if you're listening to this don't do it. It's just so hard unless you have funding or unless you're a second time founder. Or unless you really have a unique insider unique reach or you already have an audience. That essentially makes more of a one sided marketplace. If you look at how Joel's Polski and Jeff Atwood started stack overflow. That's very much a two sided marketplace. and You well. You need people asking asking questions and answering them. Although the audiences are it's one side but it's one side of it right because it's the same audience. But they're doing things but they didn't just go start from scratch. Community sites to set a marketplace is very hard to start. They brought their massive blog audiences to it right so if you have that type of unique reach into a space I would say hey. Can you consider doing yes. But all that said if I were going to do it started to marketplace. I would either do it in a in a space where I have reach. You know if you think about tiny seat. It's kind of a two sided marketplace workplace right because you need to bring investors in and get them to put money into a fine then you need to have enough reach into the founder space that folks will come to you you centrally deals saying hey we want to be funded by you in that. It's a tough thing to manage from a cold. Stop so I would do it in a space where have reached or do it with a tool like this because having that utility having a saas APP that these businesses need that you either give away just to draw them or that you give at an inexpensive price point in order to get the the network network effect going. I think is a really interesting way to do it. In addition if we look at Sean Ellis did this in reverse because he essentially started growth hackers dot com and he used his reputation as a marketing expert and he had a bit of an audience and he got a network effect and built it up. And it's like a social news site for for growth hackers percents but then he built software on top of that and actually I believe later. Just pivoted totally pivoted into this aspect of it. So it's it's an interesting reverse model of the question. Asker Oscar was asking but I do think there are many ways to go about this. Yeah the one thing I would caution. The article on Stripe talks about have camp and how hip camp Now allows you to book private. Campsites I'm not. Totally familiar with camp prevented towns. It's a two sided marketplace for private campgrounds. But it started the Dow as a tool for people to find what campgrounds are out there. What's available and they sounded like they scraped a bunch of publicly available lists in order to take all OBA's data into one place to side marketplace didn't exist in the beginning and we are talking about adding a tool or two launcher to marketplace? I feel like one needs to come after another. They can't really do them concurrently. Because then you're kind of splitting your focus between two separate products two different things you have to worry about and one kind of leads into the other and that was one of the problems I had with wedding lovely where I there was a wedding. Marketplace launched a tool for people to plan their wedding and then all of a sudden. I was as so founder with two products that I was working on to products to support and it became really hard to do both marketplace's hard on its own. Supporting tool antibiotic place can be tougher especially especially for tool is pretty significant. So that's one thing I wanted to bring up to kind of caution against It could be a good way. I agree that marketplaces are really really hard. It's part of the reason why unlovely didn't succeed especially since I was a semi bootstrapped founder trying to run everything myself but adding a tool on my own plate did not help the situation and actually that probably significantly heard it doing it on hard mode. Yeah totally right. It's like let's start. Assess APP and have all this other stuff with two sided marketplace stuff to worry about like. It's not hard enough just starting in marketing us up with that sad. I still. That's what I would do but I'm a salesperson that's what would draw me to a two sided marketplaces the appeal of being able to build a product. So I think there is a little bit of personal preference in there. Just know what you're getting into the moral. Yeah actually now. You mentioned this in the building. The APP was a lot of those me. Just be frustrated running the marketplace at kneeing. Something else focus on which kind of leads into some of the other issues. I had running this business but it was a fun different project to work on. That would also help my business. I agree on that aspect so next question it comes in from Simon. Simon writes he rob. I received the tiny seed update. I went through the list of podcast because I was curious about one thing. What is the type the mastermind? You're running with a hot seat implementation. I heard a bit about it on Peter Assume Slash Matt Wednesday's episode in Korea which is out of Beta but left. We curious maybe have some more info for me. Thanks and keep rocking so I find this question actually really interesting because when I started a tiny I myself wasn't totally truly aware about hot seats and masterminding these things. I never participated in a master myself and one of the things. We're doing Tennessee for the next income Vaduz. I wrote a little bit of a guide ride because I thought when I didn't know hot it's like oh but of course everyone else knows and Kinda just roll with it but we did find that a few. The founders are also unaware about how they work and so I wrote this little guy so maybe you can go ahead and give an overview buys want to say that that I feel like this. It's not obvious and not completely calm on that. Everyone knows how hot seats work totally. It's it's that shorthand where we get in we talk and LTV and the first time he listens. podcast you're like what what is all. What are these acronyms being? I make masterminds and hot seats and found retreats and all that stuff the same so mastermind is really just a phrase that we've kind of adopted from Internet marketers to be honest send. It has almost in in that context there people that would start these. You know it's a five grand a month mastermind and you work with the Internet marketer. And he's going to help you grow this big business and I think they have a reputation that I am not. I don't love but it really does. It really does capture this idea of. Hey it's two three four founders. Getting together on a regular basis whether via zoom or other video chat or whether it's in person and really going on their businesses and having that that kind implied NDA confidentiality and sharing their struggles. Right sharing struggles. This is specially hopeful. If you don't have a co-founder founder..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

Startups For the Rest of Us

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us

"It's almost done putting the finishing touches on that commented last episode. How how much time that's taken? I'm super proud of what we put together. Stoked every revision I get back from the designer. Gets me more excited. So I'm doing a live video stream of some key takeaways of that report in about two weeks if you want to be sure to hear about that can't do stay Of INDIE SAS SAS DOT COM and L. Redirect end of Microsoft to a landing page email. And you'll get an email when that livestream is going to go alive. It's going to be about twenty to thirty minutes and I'm I'm doing it kind of like a offered stock where I'm really presenting findings in what I think they mean. And there's been and some surprises that we've seen in the data and then some not so surprises so it's kind of fun to cover both sides of those so join me for that in just a couple of weeks and with that. Ah Let's dive into this episode. Tracy thanks so much for coming back on the show. Yeah having to be here. I am excited to dig into some listener questions today and specifically handpicked the I two because they're about two sided marketplaces and as people. Heard in the intro. You ran one for several years so I was like saving in those when you're back on the show very cool. I'm really answer those so let's dive into the first one. Unfortunately it was a voicemail that we received several months ago and due to some technical glitches cheers. I can no longer get the audio file. But in essence the caller sent voicemail and he said look. I'm starting a two sided marketplace. Obviously we need both sides to be successful all and only the businesses pay so it's a business on one side and consumers and businesses I believe paid a subscription. Which side should they focus their marketing? Adding budget on. This is a fun one. I mean it's kind of goes to the problem of marketplaces where the beginning part. The start of marketplace is really hard because you need to get it both sides of the marketplace to get for wedding lovely the marketplace right before I need to get both the businesses on wedding lovely but also the consumers for those businesses so so that they would have customers through my marketplace. What I did it wedding lovely and this is probably why I recommend to anyone who was running? A marketplace is to focus on bringing in as much revenue as as possible especially if you're doing a bootstrap business which means that you need to focus your marketing budget on the business side but obviously need to have some way of bringing in in the other side of the marketplace place so what recommend here is to look for ways that you can use the side. That's you're spending your marketing budget. On for instance the businesses. What what can you do to incentivize them to bring in the other side of the marketplace for example with wedding lovely I worked with businesses on wedding lovely the wedding businesses who given even tools to bring in the people that they worked with to bring them onto the platform and encourage them to use wedding lovely on the other side so my marketing budget was going to this businesses but it was an essence Asan's trickling down to the other side by utilizing those those businesses to bring people out there are working with in essence? I would recommend to spend your marketing budget on the people who who are bringing you revenue but do best to make incentivize. The people you're working with that are you're spending revenue dollars on bringing the customers that they work with bringing the other side of the marketplace. So that you're more efficient with the money that you're spending their marketing budget but you're still bringing in both sides of that marketplace. I think that's a savvy way to do it the way I I think about. This is often times. Businesses marketing to other businesses need to spend a lot of money like you need to have higher quality content. You need to spend ads and nurture. Iran convince them why they should pay. There's there's a huge job and that's just the job of any standards SASS APP on the flip side business market to consumers frequently do it with vitality they do it with content. They do it with instagram posts. giveaways there's things that you can do that are that are just much. They're just so different you know. They're so different in terms of the approaches. And I think it's not that you can do it more inexpensively with consumers but I do think that given that we see people selling be to see kind kind of e-books for ten bucks or twenty or thirty bucks. There's obviously ways to acquire customers that are a lot cheaper than there are to acquire that next big that big big fastcustomer where you're paying one hundred or five hundred thousand dollars to close that account versus. Hey I'm going to acquire someone for ten twenty thirty dollars. It's just it's such a different game so in that sense I agree with you in that I would put marketing budget towards the folks who are going to be paying you and then I think there are griller scrappy bootstrap ary ways to to go after the consumer side of it and one of them is what you said. It's the businesses to bring their critical mass to you. I think that's a great way to do it. And there's obviously you know. There's there's models for BBC marketing. We won't go into here. But that's that's what I would focus on is the cheaper and expensive ways to get consumers to to join up so the next question comes in from Anthony. He says hi. I listen to a bunch of episodes so I apologize. This was covered. I heard a couple episodes on marketplaces places and how to get them going from a cold. Start but I don't think you've touched on the comfort the tool stay for the network strategy where you build a SAS tool for one or both sides of the marketplace ace that is useful regardless of the existence of the marketplace. He also brings a a link to a strife article that kind of covers little bits which is really cool Lincoln. Pretty sure you're GONNA add it to the show. That's so what do you think. I think it's a great idea and in fact if I personally were to go after a two sided marketplace which I tell people not to do. Don't do it if if you're listening to this don't do it. It's just so hard unless you have funding or unless you're a second time founder. Or unless you really have a unique insider unique reach or you already have an audience. That essentially makes more of a one sided marketplace. If you look at how Joel's Polski and Jeff Atwood started stack overflow. That's very much a two sided marketplace. and You well. You need people asking asking questions and answering them. Although the audiences are it's one side but it's one side of it right because it's the same audience. But they're doing things but they didn't just go start from scratch. Community sites to set a marketplace is very hard to start. They brought their massive blog audiences to it right so if you have that type of unique reach into a space I would say hey. Can you consider doing yes. But all that said if I were going to do it started to marketplace. I would either do it in a in a space where I have reach. You know if you think about tiny seat. It's kind of a two sided marketplace workplace right because you need to bring investors in and get them to put money into a fine then you need to have enough reach into the founder space that folks will come to you you centrally deals saying hey we want to be funded by you in that. It's a tough thing to manage from a cold. Stop so I would do it in a space where have reached or do it with a tool like this because having that utility having a saas APP that these businesses need that you either give away just to draw them or that you give at an inexpensive price point in order to get the the network network effect going. I think is a really interesting way to do it. In addition if we look at Sean Ellis did this in reverse because he essentially started growth hackers dot com and he used his reputation as a marketing expert and he had a bit of an audience and he got a network effect and built it up. And it's like a social news site for for growth hackers percents but then he built software on top of that and actually I believe later. Just pivoted totally pivoted into this aspect of it. So it's it's an interesting reverse model of the question. Asker Oscar was asking but I do think there are many ways to go about this. Yeah the one thing I would caution. The article on Stripe talks about have camp and how hip camp Now allows you to book private. Campsites I'm not. Totally familiar with camp prevented towns. It's a two sided marketplace for private campgrounds. But it started the Dow as a tool for people to find what campgrounds are out there. What's available and they sounded like they scraped a bunch of publicly available lists in order to take all OBA's data into one place to side marketplace didn't exist in the beginning and we are talking about adding a tool or two launcher to marketplace? I feel like one needs to come after another. They can't really do them concurrently. Because then you're kind of splitting your focus between two separate products two different things you have to worry about and one kind of leads into the other and that was one of the problems I had with wedding lovely where I there was a wedding. Marketplace launched a tool for people to plan their wedding and then all of a sudden. I was as so founder with two products that I was working on to products to support and it became really hard to do both marketplace's hard on its own. Supporting tool antibiotic place can be tougher especially especially for tool is pretty significant. So that's one thing I wanted to bring up to kind of caution against It could be a good way. I agree that marketplaces are really really hard. It's part of the reason why unlovely didn't succeed especially since I was a semi bootstrapped founder trying to run everything myself but adding a tool on my own plate did not help the situation and actually that probably significantly heard it doing it on hard mode. Yeah totally right. It's like let's start. Assess APP and have all this other stuff with two sided marketplace stuff to worry about like. It's not hard enough just starting in marketing us up with that sad. I still. That's what I would do but I'm a salesperson that's what would draw me to a two sided marketplaces the appeal of being able to build a product. So I think there is a little bit of personal preference in there. Just know what you're getting into the moral. Yeah actually now. You mentioned this in the building. The APP was a lot of those me. Just be frustrated running the marketplace at kneeing. Something else focus on which kind of leads into some of the other issues. I had running this business but it was a fun different project to work on. That would also help my business. I agree on that aspect so next question it comes in from Simon. Simon writes he rob. I received the tiny seed update. I went through the list of podcast because I was curious about one thing. What is the type the mastermind? You're running with a hot seat implementation. I heard a bit about it on Peter Assume Slash Matt Wednesday's episode in Korea which is out of Beta but left. We curious maybe have some more info for me. Thanks and keep rocking so I find this question actually really interesting because when I started a tiny I myself wasn't totally truly aware about hot seats and masterminding these things. I never participated in a master myself and one of the things. We're doing Tennessee for the next income Vaduz. I wrote a little bit of a guide ride because I thought when I didn't know hot it's like oh but of course everyone else knows and Kinda just roll with it but we did find that a few. The founders are also unaware about how they work and so I wrote this little guy so maybe you can go ahead and give an overview buys want to say that that I feel like this. It's not obvious and not completely calm on that. Everyone knows how hot seats work totally. It's it's that shorthand where we get in we talk and LTV and the first time he listens. podcast you're like what what is all. What are these acronyms being? I make masterminds and hot seats and found retreats and all that stuff the same so mastermind is really just a phrase that we've kind of adopted from Internet marketers to be honest send. It has almost in in that context there people that would start these. You know it's a five grand a month mastermind and you work with the Internet marketer. And he's going to help you grow this big business and I think they have a reputation that I am not. I don't love but it really does. It really does capture this idea of. Hey it's two three four founders. Getting together on a regular basis whether via zoom or other video chat or whether it's in person and really going on their businesses and having that that kind implied NDA confidentiality and sharing their struggles. Right sharing struggles. This is specially hopeful. If you don't have a co-founder founder..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Get your greatest source of inspiration from two right so ron or just in life in general sure yeah take that question I look forward to each day I mean life that gift look awful horrible situations and I'm lucky I can still get out there and run still healthy knock on exist but I don't know I think that you have to have a positive attitude and I think I do I enjoy life I look forward to stay that's all that's nothing you draw inspiration from to help get you going owner gets you motivated well I'm like amber I haven't I haven't nine nine hundred hip hop that doesn't do it I have a lovely wife and unlovely daughter and that certainly wants to it to amber amber you you had plenty of time to think about this I mean so many things there's so many things to be inspired by first of all loves the Jerry when I'm taking my kids school that's inspiring to see him basically every day that I take the place of school running when you're taking them to school nice all right and he's running and I'm not lady Mary Okay my nieces and I have believed so for me I want to I think to myself how can I be the best possible example you know strong humble carrying loving woman for these pieces of mine are girls that I get to be in our country so for me I guess my inspiration is I don't know I guess yeah I guess part of the reason why I asked that is sometimes we need something to inspire us to do something great sometimes right or even just do the normal right sometimes we need a motivation going and I think for some running could be that right if they find that inspiration to to find a reason why maybe it's to have a better health too see with their kids more to run with them more or maybe in Jerry's case of just having that extra drive making it like the routine in life right then Asian to get up and do it like it becomes routine I guess that's the reason why I was asking that question that way so that's awesome so amber let's talk about the club so how many races week is I'm a member of this others are adding camelback right and we're which is that loved yeah so it's and you get to finish on the track which I love so honored to have it to be part of our it's awesome because basically basically was a Clark actually my wife and I was nine hundred sixty nine December thirty first which is my birthday so I know exactly when it was and I love the day Trivia by the way Jerry you just pull them out of nowhere just like let me just go to that encyclopedia okay there I went out for a run again and ran the camelback run I didn't WanNa went back and they told my wife I said this is crazy easy run this course and it's like a camelback inn so that's where the name came from yeah camelback it's a tough race it's a tough race I've only done the five gave never done the nine mile no thank you drive it it broke my Nike Sunglasses there maybe a little bitter about it still yeah I'm okay with it so we're we're going to raise us have come and gone there's a pioneer will be pioneer will be on the horizon ecksteen November sixteenth right and then the big one Turkey there's a lot of families like to walk that two mile and it's kind of hard when you wanting to run just smile to wade through families really excited to add that and we're really excited for this race because it is also a major major funder for our southern Oregon runners user student athletes so we have a fund about broke valley runners and if a coach reaches out to us says hey I just got this kid sneeze knew her shoes we send them to our vr they go get shoes and they take off a fund so we've been so fortunate to be.

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"unlovely" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"There's no experience that's going to zap you and all of a sudden. You're like Jesus and you never ever again. It's a lifelong process. Becoming becoming like Jesus that process is called discipleship worship Fellowship discipleship are the first three purposes of life knowing Love God learned to love others in grow up like Christ and that it takes time and it takes and got here's how does he puts you in the exact opposite situation. That's easy to love people who are lovely. If God's going to teach you real love. He's GonNa put you around. unlovely elite people so that you have to learn to love love is a choice. It's easy to look people who are cool like you. God's GonNa teach you real love you. Put Your people that are difficult to love hard to love when they talk they spit on you and you know that kind of stuff and irritation they get in your face and they talk too much and on and on and on and on and the irritate you and they're like heavenly sandpaper God's teaching you love how about joy how does teach you joy. Joy Is Different than happiness. Happiness depends on happenings. If things are going good in your life you're happy everything's gone bad. You're unhappy. Happiness depends on circumstances I go to go to Disneyland and I'm happy the happiest place on Earth when I come out I realized how much I spent I'm not happy I spent way too much money in the happiest place on earth and it didn't last but before I get to the Goofy v Parking Lot I'm already sad again. Joy Is Different mapping joyous internal and joyous eternal. You learn joy in the middle of grief. I could talk a lot about that..

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"unlovely" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"For the rest of your life. There's no seminar seminar. There's no book there's no experience. That's going to zap you and all of a sudden. You're like jesus and you never problem and you're never attempted again. It's a lifelong process. Becoming like jesus that process is called discipleship worship fellowship discipleship are the first three purposes of life life. No one love god learn to love others and grow up like christ and that it takes time and it takes and got the here's how does he he puts you in the exact opposite situation and that's easy to love people who are lovely if god's going to teach you real love. He's going to put issue around. Unlovely people so that you have to learn to love love is a choice. It's easy to love people who are cool like you no. If god's gonna teach you love you. Put your people are difficult to love their hard to love when they talk they spit on you and you know that kind of stuff iran teach and they get in your face and they talk too much and on and on and on and on and the irritates you and they're like heavenly sandpaper god's teaching you love off. How about joy how does teach you joy. Joy is different than happiness. Happiness depends on happenings if things you're going good in your life you're happy things are going bad. You're unhappy. Happiness depends on circumstances. I go to i go to disneyland and i'm happy the happiest place on earth earth when i come out i realized how much i spent i'm not happy i spent way too much money in the happiest place on earth and it didn't last but before i get to the goofy parking lot. I'm already sad again. Joy is different happiness. Joy is internal joyce internal. You learn joy in the middle of grief. I could talk to you a lot about that one how to learn joy in the middle of grief.

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"unlovely" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"What are are some questions. I get give a lot of questions in terms of whether the treatments going to how long is it gonna take the efficacy. How long is the treatment going to take is a question i get and this is not what the show's about today but it's a question that i i i receive as a practitioner right and it's a very common question. It's a very yes. It's a good question because does he want to know how long is gonna take for you to feel better to get better and with acupuncture. It varies from person to person however in rare rare cases. Are there what i call overnight successes even something mild. That's cute. Maybe he just bumped your elbow. Although you need treatment and then just follow up see how are you doing. I don't wanna say rare because you can use treatment treatment for the situation. I just mentioned where someone just stops there toler monster oboe or whatever the case maybe maybe something why and the pain goes away very quickly but let's say you know you've had this problem. It's chronic and you've been visiting physicians in end seemed other specialists and other types upset providers and going down the route of trying to find the answer. Let's say you've exhausted your options or not even that ultimately now now it's gonna take it's gonna take more time. So can i give you a number treatments. Usually i i can say within eight treatments ten treatments twelve treatments. You can start to get an idea of where things go and your acupuncture once again. Acupuncture acupuncture is just inserting the needles but it's the collective process of whatever tools you have at your disposal will in order to heal the person that's true healing. That's the idea of traditional chinese medicine and that's what i call the idea behind the term acupuncture when you hear it even though there refers to the general insertion of needles i try to use it as a maury on encompassing imposing term how doing talk today about the process of building yourself off up and i'm feeling good because yesterday i did a morning run and i didn't afternoon run and i did jam inbetween halftime conclude believe it or not so and what i like to do is i like split up. My my runs if i'm running at running about an hour a day but i'll split that up foreign thirty minutes day it's fine if i run forty five minutes a day it's fine and when i say run actually jog to be more specific so doing this routine and feel great. I feel energized and i felt like i really put in the work and you know what happens. Is we forget that we didn't start there and you see someone who is. Maybe ten times better shape than you five times better shape eight. Whatever or you see someone who's maybe in a better position or whatever the case may be and it should it come to light that that didn't happen overnight and you don't know who started off as a weakling what i'm saying like there are some people who and i need to and when i say weakling i mean just in general just and i say that lovingly because i came from that. I you know what i'm saying. I i'm speaking from experience and not to not bash myself or say you know anyone who's someone's weaker than another person or you know. Everybody has different starting points and my starting point was i. I gained a lot of weight you and i had slowed down and even how can even jog added just want and walking gene eventually just taking ten minutes to walk around the neighborhood you in five minutes just to walk turned into ten minutes. Turn into fifteen turned into twenty five turned into thirty turned into forty five and then the walking turned into into the jogging and took it just progressed from there and so that's always been my idea. The idea in terms of trying to level up is taking it step by step tracking your progress and doing better the next week than you did the previous week or better the next month and he didn't reviews month and always just trying to improve. They're your personal bests. It doesn't mean that he shouldn't have someone there it to motivate you or push you because having someone there to motivate you or push you in the right way. Someone pushy in the right way. I find is very beneficial. Once again i'm speaking from my experience and not taking a route of being a mental health provider or anything of that nature now i'm speaking in terms of off my journey and exercise and feeling and enjoying the process of feeling the body incoming stronger and sharing your results sharing your process if i want patients to jump on the ball and if i want you know any provide if they want their patients to uh-huh do better in feel better you need to you need to get them in. If the if there's difficulty with them getting started. This is an easy way one foot in front of the other follow those cliches that you've heard or they'll sayings that you've heard because they do work in there not all of them. I am not just the once one foot in front from the other that one. I'm vouching for right now. So this is a good jump. Start and you know because sometimes we get in or i've been in situations where eh you're tossed into the madness and it's more than just push push push and i found you know what i got better results when i just take things step by step and gradually saw my body improved and naturally saw the energy unfold and begin to help so that was very positive that was very beneficial to take it at the peace. My body wanted to grow once again. It doesn't mean under pushing yourself or under serving yourself or not going all the way in terms of your health regimen and and <hes> you know if you wanna push yourself on running whatever the case may be. You can do that but it takes step by step and then when you're ready to zoom. You're going to be running now. I'm jogging. I'm getting back to jogging up the mountain unlovely mountain here in atlanta dean mount echo and i always mess up those for that phrase. I believe it's echo mountain always switch. Those two words think think think you're here with me. I'm here with you are you doing. That's why i love doing these videos here and these recordings so yeah. Let me know have any questions on any topics that you want to hear about any areas reas of concern in general wellness. That is a topic pick up today that she liked to discuss. Let me know in find the show here on different avenues avenues and i'm always asking for you to leave. Rating says that helps other people like yourself find the show.

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"unlovely" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"Maybe it's because it's all the word of god and it's all beneficial okay anyway. Let's turn there it says therefore if anyone is in christ he is new creature. The old things passed away behold. New things have come now. All these things are from god who reconciled reconciled as to himself through christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation namely that god was in christ reconciling the world to himself not counting their trespasses against them and he has committed to us the word of reconciliation therefore we we are ambassadors for christ as though god were making an appeal through us we beg you on behalf of christ be reconciled to god so there we have it just as jesus is a minister of reconciliation. We are called to be ministers of reconciliation as well well. We're called in second corinthians to be peacemakers to bring sinful people <music> who were at odds with god together with god so that they could have one purpose and one mind. That's being a peacemaker. But what does that look like impractical terms. What does it look like to be a minister of reconciliation in today's world well well quite frankly. It means loving the unlovely recently just this last week. I was fortunate enough to spend spend an entire week doing some training for covering program which we've to i've talked about in the past. Call the genesis process and specifically typically. It's meant for addicts. It is commonly used in <hes> like residential treatment programs for people who are addicted did drugs or alcohol. The author of this program has also <hes> kind of shifted it some so that it can also work within church groups and and be beneficial for those of us who maybe don't have that kind of an addiction but we have other <hes> kind of life changes that need to happen happen. We're we're <hes> you know. I don't know why i keep doing the things that i don't wanna do that. The whole paul in our debate and ah so anyway i it was a whole week of training for this process and it was super duper awesome and at one hundred percent put me out of my outside of my comfort comfort zone because i am a country girl through and through. I love being in the country. I like to try to be a city girl. I like to think that i could live in the city but then i go to the city and i realized really quick. I am not a city girl at all. I am a country bumpkin and i'm okay with that for the most part and and this training was right in the heart of the city of downtown portland i rode the max train in every day and was dropped off right <unk> at skidmore fountain which is right next to the portland rescue mission which is only a few blocks from where my training was at the union gospel mission and so here i am dropped off in the heart of the city right kind of where the vast majority of of a homeless population dwells. Maybe not the vast majority sadly are homeless. Population has really <hes> grown just disproportionately over the past few years at super sad but every morning and every afternoon have to walk a few blocks you know on the sidewalks to get to my destination and pass by people who were physically unclean smelled like human waste vomit on and near them <hes> y- hungary dirty broken rekeying of all kinds of of of gross things right. They were not lovely. There wasn't one of them that i would have been like hey. I'm gonna give you a hug ed and felt like like. I didn't need to take a shower. Maybe three and that's just the fact of the matter. I mean you. You know they weren't lovely people. Many of them clearly had not only addiction issues but mental health issues so there you know possibly schizophrenic and talking to themselves and they've got you know these whole <hes>. They've they've got things going on right. Y'all know what i'm talking about because you've been in the world and you've seen it. If you haven't been in the world boy please go find us any to go spend some time and because you need to know that there's an unlovely world out there who needs to to be loved and the amazing thing that i saw happen in this week i mean among many amazing things was the fact that there were about about fifty of us that were in this training group and of those fifty the vast majority of of them had had either a drug or alcohol addiction at some point that they had recovered from and many of them had been homeless themselves and are now loving the homeless population. They're serving the homeless population because they've come out of a history of homelessness. They know that broken this and they're trying to to bring restoration recovery in reconciliation to this broken lot of unlovely people who desperately needs to know that their loved being peacemaker is loving the unlovely and sometimes the unlovely is very easy the two spot but sometimes the unlovely is the creep on facebook who can't seem to shut up. Y'all know who i'm talking about right. Y'all just got some picture in your mind about somebody who fits that bill. It's the person who always has like some negative thing to say or or disagrees vehemently with your position on guns abortion the president women in politics immigrants whatever you don't see eye to eye right and and in your eyes they are unlovable but you are called to be a peacemaker and to love the on lovely so whoever that is for you and your life however that person looks in your life guess what friend he gotta..

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"unlovely" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And if you're just joining us, my guest is writer and writing professor bridge Davis. Her new book is called the world. According to fanny Davis. It's a memoir about her mother who was a numbers runner in Detroit in the nineteen sixties. Detroit started to crack down on the numbers. And there's this big raid on the hotel Gotham, which was a black owned hotel that has at least one room on each floor for numbers runners. What did that raid? A lot of people were arrested. What are that raid mean to your mother who is trying to stay out of sight? Right. I had no idea that that it happened. I mean, I was very young at the time that it happened. But I never heard her tell stories about it. So I could only imagine what that did for her or to her. And I suspect that it made her even more determined to stay low key and relatively small if you think of the scale of businesses, right and how big they can be. I think of her as the equivalent of running a mom and pop store as opposed to trying to, you know, buy franchises. And I think she understood. The that kind of level of numbers operating or numbers. Rackets exposes you. It makes you more vulnerable. So I think it probably made her much more cautious. Detroit was a tough place in the sixty s in nineteen sixty seven. That was the year of the Detroit uprising or the Detroit riots, depending on the language that you use after an unlicensed after hours bar was busted by the police. Everyone inside was arrested. I think it was around one hundred people a lot of people gathered round and observed how the police were treating these people which wasn't well. And that that led to again, an uprising or a riot riot depending on who's describing it and there's a lot of burning and looting confrontations with the police governor, George Romney midst father called in the national guard. You saw tanks rolling down your street. What were those five days like for you describe your neighborhood, then and what those five days were like, oh, I still remember it even though I was seven. We lived in a lovely neighborhood unlovely northwest community caught Russell woods, and there was a park nearby and rumors spread that Russell would park was going to be a target and be vandalized and possibly set on fire. And so, of course, my parents were very concerned about, you know, the house and someone sort of coming through and sort of setting it on fire, and my dad stayed up every night during those I believe five days that the riots erupted, and basically guarded the house. And what I remember is being told to lie prone on the floor, and we crawled around under the windows for five days. Yes, we no one wanted to be walking through the house and be vulnerable to a bullet going through a window. It was so Irie. And and what I also remember is that you would think would be boisterous and loud that kind of experience. It could have been if the riot had made his way to our street in particular. But on the contrary, it was very quiet, and that quiet was really Irie. And then these tanks were rolling down our street, literally rolling down broad street and still it was quiet. Like, it was very discombobulating in scary for a child to see those takes. And those men standing atop those things with their guns poised. It is just stunning and shocking. How old were you? And frightening. I was seven you're at your developed a paralyzing fear of going outside after that. I developed such a fear, and I sort of I focused it around my father. I just was convinced that something was going to harm him out there in the world, and I started like grabbing onto his leg and not letting go. I mean, literally like he would he would like be pulling his leg along and saying is okay, baby. It's okay. But I just couldn't I just couldn't get over the idea. This something was coming to get us. How does that affect your opinion of burning and looting as a response to injustice or police violence? It saddens me. Because of course, it always ends up destroying our own communities, and yet I completely understand it. It's just on believable pinched up for a station. And people have said, oh, but why do you ruin your own community? That's where you are. That's where you are. So you know, sort of like that frustration manifest itself? Right there where you are. And to be clear, not all of the not all of these communities, even when they are black communities are actually sort of, you know, supportive of black life a lot of these mile community had a lot of businesses that were not blackened, and even before the riots, it was a parent who was respectful of us, and who wasn't even though they were all taking our dollars. So I think all of that fees, and a sense of rage that you feel when something, you know, come bust finally allows you to express it. In nineteen seventy two Detroit legalized the state lottery, how did the original legal lottery? Compare with the numbers originally the legal lottery was not direct competition with the numbers. It was different. It was a weekly drawing. It was more like a sweepstakes. If you bought a ticket. You did not get to choose your numbers. And so it seemed as though it was more like today you would play the mega millions. You know, it wasn't a daily experience. And my mom predicted that it would not affect her business, and it didn't people still played their daily numbers with fanny. Because in that case, they did get to choose their numbers. And so it was a more pleasurable experience still playing the numbers than it was playing the league lottery. But a lot of people did both and that changed in nineteen seventy seven when it became a daily lottery, then it all changed in nineteen seventy seven, and I am convinced that the Michigan state lottery commission finally got around to their goal, which was to be in direct competition with the numbers it just took five years. How did your mother managed to stay afloat while competing with the official daily lottery? Somehow she landed on this idea. That you can't if you can't beat them join them. So she decided what she would do is. She would use the daily winning numbers that the lottery provided as the winning numbers for her underground lottery system for her numbers operation. And so that way the biggest advantage of the daily lottery was no longer in issue at what was that advantage? Every evening on the news. The local TV news broadcast. They would announce the winners of the daily lottery and people loved that. Because everyone found out at the same time the the winning number was not based on some convoluted formula that came from various race tracks. You didn't have to worry about someone getting the number wrong or claiming that the number had changed or not paying you. Because they said, you know, that's not really the winning number. It took away all of that. So it was very clean and elegant. And so my mom thought. Well, how do I compete with that? Here's how I compete with that. I'll use the same numbers it worked people continue to play their numbers with her. What was left of your mother's business when she died of cancer. And what year was that? My mother died of cancer in nineteen ninety two. And at the point she died. My sister Rita had taken over the business and had taken in her customers and had begun to run the business which she was quite capable of doing because she had always helped my mother out over the years. And my sister managed to keep running the business. I would say not quite a couple more years. And then she decided, you know, it's time to just let it go. Was the business doing well at the end. Or was it a struggle? I think at the end it was a much smaller business, and what it did do was provide for my nephew, my mother's grandson to complete college. That was a promise that we had made to her. We knew it was very important to her that he finished school because she died when he was twenty he was in college when she died, and so those proceeds that my sister collected from the smaller version of the business were a very important infusion because that money enabled him to finish college. Let's take a break here. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us, my guest is project Davis and her new memoirs about her mother who was a numbers runner in Detroit in the nineteen sixties. Her name was fanny Davis and the title of the book is the world. According to fanny Davis. We'll be right back..

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"unlovely" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"unlovely" Discussed on The Editors

"And you had the latest gambit from Nancy Pelosi yesterday saying that given the strain on federal resources. It doesn't make sense to have a traditional state of the union address. Because it requires a lot of security and then. Deitch SSD Nielsen quickly tweeted, well, no, actually, this is an entirely within our resources, and we can handle it. No problem at all. I think the latest Nancy Pelosi says she doesn't care with secretary. Nielsen says, and my take on this is I'm not a fan of the state of the union. We all agree that congress should have be more protective of power and perogatives. And I just I just think it's unseemly for congress to provide this incredibly majestic setting for the president. And for members of congress to sit on the aisle for hours on the off chance, they get on TV or get to shake the president's hand or even get his autograph, which is completely pathetic. So I I wouldn't mind seeing this the current spectacle blown up and some more alternative some better alternative going forward. I think the problem with what? Pelosi's doing is that the the the rationale is clearly pretty bogus. But what do you think? You know, I can sum it up pretty quickly is that I like you and tired of the state of the union as currently as it's currently done. I find all the same things to be dreary, and and just increase my already boundless cynicism about politics. But at the same time, I don't wanna see it cancelled out spite, and it also increases cynicism for hurt for Pelosi to cancel it out of spite what she's actually cancelling it out of spite and then offers up so reasoning that's clearly protects jewel that. That's clearly unsupported. It's just part of the same dreary game. And so, yeah, I'm all for de escalating the state of the union. I would like to see de escalated for good reasons rather than bad reasons. And let me just say I did put my time to good use during the Brexit discussion. I tweeted out a quick note that our debate on the FBI. Why issue was lit? And with the flight with the flaming Elmo Jif unlocking, my intermodal, some building interest in this podcast already. So Charlie I imagine you were the the happiest man in America. When the news came out that perhaps state of the union would not happen in the traditional setting this year. Well, not really because it seems to me the reasoning behind potential constellation opus Poneman is self interest. The argument is the state of the union is a mirror of the speech from the throne. That it belongs in a Royal system to Republic. The dude elevates the president over congress. The argument is also that we didn't have it for a long time and the people who brought it back. Well, unlovely Thomas Jefferson got rid of it some parts I think because he didn't have a great speaking voice. Didn't like speaking in public at something of a list. Nevertheless, it's abolition then became the norm. And it was brought back by of course, Woodrow Wilson. It was then abolished again by the minimalist Republican presidents in the nineteen twenties. And then it was brought back by FDI. There is a pattern that if Nancy Pelosi had written a letter saying I have realized during your presidency, Mr President that we've given fall too much power to the executive you all who I was thinking of when I worry to see young go. The Washington was getting too powerful. She didn't write that letter. What she said in effect is I don't want you making the case against us during this shutdown. That's not a good that is such perfect perfect illustration of the way in which a portion of the modern Democratic Party thinks that they only ever want to restore. For Republican smaller Republican norms when it helps when it suits the when it gives them a temporary political advantage. And incidentally, the Republicans petrol, and they say, it's not a Republican small government. President recently said let's get rid of the state of the union..

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14-year-old Millie Bobby Brown and her boyfriend break up

Radio From Hell

07:50 min | 3 years ago

14-year-old Millie Bobby Brown and her boyfriend break up

"Well the the polling shows that cats versus dogs who was like more I was not correct An Associated Press poll reveals. That, more people like dogs than cats typical coming from a cat owner. To lie about things I was. I just I thought I had. Seen a survey that said that. There were more. People in the US I was. Wrong I was not lying. About anything I admit that I was wrong I often wrong he's a. Member, of the cat deep state, is trying to he's trying to deceive in a, survey of just. Under two thousand people fifty nine percent who, were owners seventy four percents said they liked dogs a lot but. Only forty one percent said the same thing about cats The people. Surveyed explained their opinions with. Comments such as dogs are more loyal cats only care about themselves dogs. Want, to please their owners cats, are thousand times smarter than dogs some people would, say so those. Are their opinions I will tell you this Oh Wisconsin man has had to, have all of his limbs, amputated when he contracted a rare. Blood infection from his pet. Dog saliva Greg men, to fuel thought he had the flu went to. The hospital last month, only to find that his. Body was being ravaged by Cap. No Koto Faiza captain Cousteau phase yeah sounds bad Canada Motorola's type of bacteria found in the saliva of dogs It can vary in. Canada, very rare cases. Enter the bloodstream through the licks or bites of dogs So that whole thing about how. Your dog's mouth is cleaner the it's not it hit him with a vengeance. Bruising all over, him he looked like somebody had beat him with a baseball bat at his wife within a. Week doctors told them I, told him that, they had to cut off his legs as the disease Which caused the forty. Eight year old man's blood pressure to plummet and the circulation in, his limbs to dramatically decrease sometimes it decreases so much with the. Arms and legs just die doctors were had to take off portions of his. Hands than half, of both forearms this was all because of a bacteria that lives in the saliva of dogs Cancer Do you let your dog lick? You, yes I my, cats like, to lick. One of them does. And I I can't. I can't stand it I won't have it you just. Don't, like to be touched by. Any creature no that's not true at? All Rave contact, you do, yes but. Your cats tones are. Not soft they are. Very rough like sandpaper and the damn thing wants to? Lick, my arm all the time Would you where did kitty cats tongues You. Weren't, such a. Cat lover I am no I am I'm just. Unlovely as to why you have dogs SU SU does not wanna have cats because they. Inevitably get away and get run over They they reasoning it because they. Get run. Old they get, run over because she doesn't. Live with them I've never I've. Never had a cat that's gotten gotten away and, gotten run over I've had dogs that have, gotten run over, we'll, see we have the we have the dog doors so the dogs? On the, backyard and that means, that if we had a cat it would go out and you're and become you know you? You would. You, have cats. A cat with your dogs if you could I. Mean maybe because I mean there are people who both in the house and like that I'm sorry to report that, Millie Bobby Brown has split. Up with her boyfriend I a. Boyfriend anyway no she's not Millie Bobby Brown and, the announced Tuesday that she and her singer, boyfriend Jacob Satorius, have, split up the decision with Jacob that would be Jacob meet Millie? Too young, to know we're completely, neutral the fourteen year old Acura Moya she is to you Fourteen yes that's what I'm saying she's a little kid well they grow up so fast don't they in. Hollywood as scooters flood the streets of Salt Lake City. Leaders are now voicing concern over, laws in safety if you walk the streets. Of Salt Lake you've. Probably, notice them I, saw one of these things and I said I'm going to see, if I can make it around the block said. One resident who joked how easy, it was to use. In his fifties why he's fifty years old and he used it back Good for him Your. Old her. Hands so. Nice he's brave You know what he's, kind of. A cool I? Knew right, that they. Were like twenty right I guess let's see I don't think that the communication from scooter ride the scooter user has been very good in terms of what has been expected, of them or what is expected of them. Said Christian, Harrison with Salt Lake community council for example the law is. You're not allowed? To bicycle on sidewalks downtown So where does. That leave scooters that go faster than bicycles it's, a question that even Salt Lake, police admit that they don't know all the answers to partly because it's a. New issue in the city. Hasn't really dealt with it completely Mr Harrison claims that Salt Lake is allowed three times the volume of scooters and bikes on. The, streets. Than major. Metropolitan cities like Chicago we're trying to be open minded and flexible says John Larson Salt Lake's. Transportation director. But, the city going to do monthly checkups on how the companies are operating I think it'd. Be interesting. It will be interesting to do monthly statistics on who's been mowed. Down while riding a scooter or who's fallen off the, scooter yes Dylan all right so bring your. Helmet. To work, tomorrow tomorrow. After the show or maybe Friday after the show all right Gina carry you guys bring your helmet young enough to try this to ever wants to come we're gonna we're, gonna take a camera where to go out. Here on, Broadway we're gonna put you on a scooter and that goes So. Bring kneepads helmet whatever you think now th- guard guard shin guard. Site I'm going to wear my Cup, yeah for sure Don't you, wear that everyday, yeah yeah they do I'll wear. My, dance belt All right Donald Trump At, a. Rally in. Tampa Florida Said voter, voter ID. Cards we need voter ID cards you have to. Have an, ID, card for everything he said well if you even if, you go out to buy groceries you. Need a picture on the card you need an ID, card You go out and, you, want to buy anything you need to have an ID and bring your picture buy, groceries, you, need to. Have an ID, card wrong. Why didn't they turn to each other and go. Talking about, you, don't know they they cheer him like yes this country, is the laughing stock of the world. Because of our immigration policy President trump Also Ragged on or complained about fake news and and polls fake. Polls there all kinds of fake. Polls you shouldn't believe the polls polls are, fake and then he went on to talk about how well he's. Doing Just stand there and cheer and.

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