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I'm I'm visiting three Bitcoiners on the way down. Super excited. It's going to be a hell of a lot of fun. Yeah, man. All right. Good morning and welcome, Dom Bay, Mickey. I assume that's Jordan on the Bitcoin Veterans handle, Terrence, Peter, Shane Hazel on the audience, throwing you an invite. Right. OK, quick little update. So next week, next week, we are not doing Cafe Bitcoin on Monday and Tuesdays. Swan team is traveling on Monday. Tuesday, we're going to be having like an offsite. So not going to be around Wednesday. We are resuming our regular schedule. Broadcasting from the hotel Thursday. Broadcasting live from the Swan dome Thursday morning and Friday morning. So on Thursday, we've got our crew plus BTC sessions. Ben Perrin on Friday. We are going to have Tip Enzi and Tomer Strohlight. We'll do it live. Do it live. I can write it and we'll do it live. Yeah, finally, dude, that's what I'm talking about. That's preparation. Asking Tip Enzi if she wants to perform Cantillionaire's game live. I don't know if that's going to happen, but we're going to ask her. If she does that, I will need padded area around me because that that would be insane. That's that's a tough song to do live, though, for sure. Oh, shit. Yeah. Right. You need to do some Wim Hof breathing exercises before spitting that that verse. Dude, I mean, she told me that like she's not really a rapper, right? She did a lot of editing to make the songs come out the way she wants. Good morning, Shane. How are you doing? Good morning, brother. I am working away here in the background, just enjoying a nice respite from the heat down here in North Georgia, man. It's pretty nice, but I'm getting pretty excited for PV next week. And I have a lot of people. I'm actually hosting a panel out there and looking forward to it. Yeah, that's right. That's the other thing. We're going to be doing a Bitcoin Veterans panel live at the Swan Dome. I think that's going to be on Friday. So that'll be cool. That's going to be myself, Shane Hazel. It will be Gabe Lord, Mickey Koss and Jordan Ganrel. The Swan Dome has some firepower this year. I'm not going to lie. Yeah, man. I don't know. I think this is the test run. They're not sure if they want to let Bitcoin Veterans on the main stage yet. They're testing, they're seeing, they're like, what are these crazy fuckers going to do? Like, let's see what's up. Yeah, let me just apologize in advance for screwing up our chances at that. Let me go ahead and apologize for Jordan in advance, too, because, I mean, I think if we don't burn it down, it's a huge success. We all are apologizing to Jordan and for Jordan in advance and considering getting an extra insurance rider for this particular event. OK, what time are you all going up to five? No, no. So Bitcoin Veterans is going to we're doing Cafe Bitcoin 9 a .m. Sharp Eastern and then there will be a short intro and then we're going right into Bitcoin Veterans starting at 10 a .m. on Friday in the Swan Dome. God, I was only asking because if you were going after myself in blue collar, it would for sure be already burned down. So it's checking. Any update on the flamethrower? Having a little trouble in the marshal's office. They don't seem to think that 30 to 40 foot flame lengths that I can handle that. So it's it's a back and forth. It's unlikely, but, you know, never say never. All right, we'll hold out hope. Let's get rolling into the show today. You are listening to Cafe Bitcoin. This is episode 443. Shout outs to our supporters on Fountain and Noster Nests. Our mission for this show is to provide the signal in a sea of noise. Teach the other seven billion people on this planet why there's hope because of this bright orange future that we call Bitcoin. Today, we are discussing Bitcoin news, covering some lizard alerts and talking about what's going on in the real estate markets as well. Later today, we have Craig Raw, the founder of Sparrow, looking forward to that. We're going to we're going to dig in. Last time we had Craig here, we did kind of a lot of background stuff like what is Sparrow all that. Today, we're going to get a little deeper into the weeds. We're going to go straight into the technical stuff. So if you want to know about Sparrow, have questions, whatever. We're going to go straight into that. Right. What's the most interesting breaking news? There's a congressman beating up Gary Gensler now to get those ETFs approved. And then at the same time, the SEC just delayed like three ETFs, I think, even though they're not even, you know, like a month from the deadline. And so they're starting to kick the can earlier, I guess. So it's sort of a strange situation. Maybe they're trying to line up all the timelines or something. Good morning, on the four elected officials in their open letter asking, demanding Gensler approve the Bitcoin ETF. They mentioned Fidelity, BlackRock and Grayscale, thanks to probably the lobbying by Barry Silbert and his compadres. Grayscale doesn't belong in that group. It just doesn't because BlackRock and Fidelity together manage about 13 trillion freaking dollars. Grayscale is a pimp. It's a fly on the windshield. It's very small. And Barry has a lot of problems with his ethics and genesis, GBTC kind of co -mingling funds or whatever they were doing. I understand that a lot of people who have GBTC, I have GBTC, want the conversion to happen sooner. But they're just not in the same class, ethically and just practically. That's like saying a corner grocery store belongs with Walmart. Well, all right then. So Franklin Templeton just filed a 19B -4 for its spot Bitcoin ETF application, which is officially starting the clock with the SEC. Franklin Templeton manages another one and a half trillion dollars. So the big boys are looking like the big boys are wading into the game. Yeah, the big four are besides Franklin Templeton, which is about one and a half trillion. The last one is Invesco, which is also about one and a half trillion. And those are all much bigger than the biggest of the also RANs or the smaller spot BTC applicants like ARK. And Valkyrie and so forth, they're much, much smaller, maybe tens of billions or less. Hey, Terrence, for a liquor store, doesn't Grayscale have a lot of Bitcoin in custody? They do. It's going to be pretty minor compared to the rush of cash that should flood in. Assuming like, you know, the DOJ stuff with Binance and stuff is looks like it's there's more certainty around that. They're trying to they're talking about maybe having a plea deal with CZ and Binance. So if that gets resolved, then yeah, you have a pretty big green light. I will say like one thing with the gold ETFs when those took off and gold prices shot up. That will also correlated with massive problems in the fiscal and monetary policy. And we definitely have that on the fiscal side. I would say on the monetary side rates are, you know, higher than you'd like for liquidity, money supplies going down. But on the fiscal side, with a ridiculous spending debt and deficits, that sets up a big that's a great setup for a big flood of cash to come in. As long as one of the big four launches a big Bitcoin ETF. Hey, Alex, not to not to revisit an old horse, I know that's a butchering of the phrase, but, you know, I know yesterday we were talking about institutional. And for those listening again, like, you know, the ETF comes up a lot again because it is a vehicle for institutional funds to hold commodities. I know you guys were talking about it yesterday, but like other commodities, as far as I know, funds like pension funds, any commodities they hold, none of it is physical. All of it is futures or ETF indexes. And a lot of that has to do with being able to liquidate, move things around, balance the fund, etc. All right, well, you would you mind explaining that a little more in depth for people who don't get that? Because so many I've run into many people who don't understand that they're like, why don't pension funds just buy the underlying asset? Why don't they buy the Bitcoin directly? Why don't they buy gold directly? Why don't they buy corn directly? Why don't they buy oil directly? What's the problem with that? Yeah, so one of the things with pension funds is there's a lot going on.
"wim hof" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"Years, her name is Solberg. And she has a podcast with ranch and chat, doctor anjan Chatterjee. And she just answers a lot of questions about how cool should it be, how long should it be and therefore, how many times a week, what's it doing to your system? And actually, when you look at it, she says that it's 16° centigrade and below to get that stimulus that you need that cold water reaction. It doesn't have to be freezing water with ice cubes in it. It can be a minute and a half. Of 16° or lower temperature. So, you know, people who worry about going into the cold, you know, it doesn't have to be as cool as you think it does. But I think the ice cubes make for good Instagram photos. Don't you think? Awesome, awesome. That's amazing. And so for you, what do you like about soma breath in particular? Over some of the other brands worked practices. Because I'm also a small bread work instructor, as you know. And that's how we met as well. And I'm also working towards some of our master certification, which I've been delaying a bit, but I know it's all in divine timing. So for you, or do you feel what draws you towards soma breath? What do you feel? I wouldn't say better, but what about it aligns with your goals and your visions? Yeah, I think we can thank wim hof immensely for what he has done for the breathwork community. My experience with wim hof and my knowledge of physiology, I feel no. Knowing summer breathwork in and out, I feel that the wim hof method is very sympathetically charging and very dominant. You know, he's restricted to one or two different types of breathing techniques. Which are going to tap into your stimulating the sympathetic you're into that fight or flight response. Where it allows you to go into the water and deal with the stressors. And that's fantastic. And when people have got some life-changing results, a revolutionizing their health, with just purely one half method. But if I had a client that was very sympathetic charged like they were very stressed, very working a lot training a lot. Stress lifestyle at home, drinking excessively smoking. Would I want to then take that person that individual further into more sympathetic charged responses. So with a silver breath, we can change the ratio of the rhythmic breathing. Alongside the fact it's got an amazing music to go along with it which helps you get into that zone. But as you know, there is breathing is manipulated. So we can have an inhale of two cone or an axial with an axial four. Then here the four and axial four and then he'll have four and exhale of 8. So if we're doubling up the exhalation, we can actually reduce the sympathetic charge and bring in more of a parasympathetic break. If that person needs it. So we have the ability to manipulate the ratios, make it faster, we can make it slower. I like the breath hold retention, so there's a quick sip of air. And then go back into that further breath hold, which is different again to the wim hof method. So allows you to get a little bit deeper into those breath hold. The community is amazing as well. With soma, I've never done a qualification where everyone feels like you're a part of a tribe where everyone's got your back. Everyone's helping each other. And they're all coming together for the benefit of breath work and the benefit of each and every individual improving their health and improving their wellness and devoting and that dedicating that time. To helping themselves and others as well. I mean, when wim hof methods like that as well. But it's just more appealing and it's more aligned with what I can adhere to. Nowadays. That makes sense. That makes sense for sure. Yeah, I think there are certain breadth works, like you mentioned, there are more like sympathetic dominant that are great, but can be done only on certain occasions. And when done more regularly, it might not be the best for the nervous system. But ever so often you can always blend it up and have this more sympathetic, shamanic style breath work session which happens in soma as well. Where you enter into a deep state of trans or maybe state of hypnosis or you feel that feeling all over your body, it's great, but then it's good to also, like you've sort of applied work with somebody who's holding space for you and knows your background so that they prescribe a certain breathing technique. But also ensure that you don't go overboard, because we hear these stories from time to time. Where people maybe they go over and they breathe to heavily and go too much into their sympathetic. And that can cause issues, right? Especially when it comes to experiencing trauma and not being able to hold it in. Yeah, you can, you can take that trauma or that, that charge head on and use it to revisit any trauma you've had. But again, let you see it. It can be, it can re traumatize that person. So I think we have to look at what current states the nervous system and when you meet them for the first time, because the nervous system is not robust enough to withstand a fast careful session or a fast. Breathing for an hour. Then you're just going to push that person over the edge even more. So a summer breath instructors we can find that breath ratio usually are two, four breath. And we can reset the nervous system, preparing them for the longer breath holds prepared them for, eventually going for a faster breath work, because we wouldn't want to take them straight in the air extremely. We can build them up to that. So we're gradually helping them out. And in that process, a two four breathing four four balancing breathing. We might see stuff coming up that a little bit of trauma coming from in small, smaller doses rather than this big, huge dump of trauma coming out. Because I think when you're taking someone back into that trauma release, I've heard it's been said several times that you are going back into the stress response, but finishing the cycle. So if the last trauma they had, put them into sympathetic system. And they didn't finish that cycle. We didn't come back then to rest and digest.
"wim hof" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"Think were all men. It was a men's menstruate. It was open. I feel that open to anybody. Okay. I feel that when men come together in particular. I feel that deep down, there's a craving for brotherhood for adventure and sort of going into the unknown. Along the lines of the hero's journey that so many people talk about, including Joseph Campbell. They sort of go beyond, especially going through calculated amounts of discomfort. And uncertainty and coming back with the magical portion so to speak. So that's awesome that you had that experience. Was that was that a wim hof trade over that a general kind of experience? The instructor on that course was a guy who's now a friend of mine and we are Friends. His name is Alan braley and he's a wim hof method instructor. So it was a wim hof method organized. Well, from himself, but he was using the wim hof method foundation, but the basis for his retreats. It was all based during the breath work and the cold exposure. And it was it was an incredible. It was 8 days. There was no mobile phone signal, no computers, no iPads. We all came together in the evenings and sat around the fire in the lodge. And we all talked, whereas everyone had their phones with sat in our phones and we all talked and we all bonded and let you save from men to come together without without any women in the room. There's no objection to women in the room, but when men come together like that, there is a real sharing of experiences and knowledge. And it was a life-changing week away. Now I know that I did certain Scandinavian countries, cold exposure, cold plunging, that's part of the culture. And a lot of times, they might mix it and blend it with some hot sauna as well. Is that a thing in Scotland also? Because I know a part of it is in Vancouver as well, or at least Canada. It's part of the culture, at least once in a year to do a poll or tip. But what is it about? Is it in Scotland as well? The
"wim hof" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"An actual at the moment, but you buy yourself up a wahoo ticker or a pool or a ten chest strap monitor, and you blew tooth to your phone. But that involves you taking time sticking on the chest monitor, you know, sitting down or moving around for just 5 ten minutes and getting out and accurately each time you're reading. That's by far the most accurate one that's there as a chess monitor. But because it involves doing something. Then it might not be a main appeal to everyone, whereas the ordering or even the whoop device, which is our, it's like a watch because on your wrist, again, not as accurate, but a wearable doesn't have to be, you know, it can be continually giving you biofeedback. And there's another one called core sense against finger in a device made by elite HRV. Again, let's say you have to sit down and do that there and then it's not a wearable. So it depends what time you want to dedicate to so much money you want to spend and so we'll get an individualized. I should drive, but it's a good time to think about in your life. Day in and day out, how much time do you actually take to take a break and check in with yourself, how stressful are you feeling right now, how peaceful, how calm are you feeling right now? And maybe even journaling it because I feel that that check in makes a big difference, especially if you have the practice of reviewing it over the week and then you might be like, you know, this week there were three days where I was feeling very stressed out and then sort of correlating between what other activities were you doing or what was happening in your life. Probably led to you feeling that way. That is a good way of remaining mindful. And sort of maybe taking corrective measures wherever possible in order to improve your overall level of vitality and thriving. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah, exactly. Along the same lines, you mentioned about HRV. How did you discover bread work? How did breath work come into your life? So about 6 years ago. Going on 7 years ago. The last two years just going to be a bit of a weird two years to count those two years, don't you? Yeah, so about 6, 7 years ago. I became interested in the wim hof method from watching him on TV doing an Arctic marathon and being able to hold his. Hold his breath and do a real long swim under the ice. In Norway, I think it was. So I became involved in wim hof using the app. They have on the App Store. And just learning. I was really intrigued by the idea of the ice exposure to cold exposure that appealed to me because it was not that you're meant to bring your ego into it, but it felt, you know, I was able to get into cold water and stay there for a little longer, Tapping into your breath. I went on a retreat and actually it was, it was with four guys who had never met before they came across from uri area from Vancouver. And they came across and had a great time in the north of Scotland. We did minimalist four people gave them Vancouver. Yeah. Yeah, it was all the way across to Scotland. It was incredible. So it was 5 of us plus instructor in this remote house in the middle of the Scottish highlands, we did minimalist hiking, so we went up a mountain in a pair of shorts and nothing else to take in but we did cold water and Martians in the rivers and the lochs. And it was amazing. It was incredible. And then I continued my practice and then lockdown lockdown happened and 2000. And I wasn't working. So within the first week, I thought I need to get something else to do here. I need to focus my attention. And I listened to Ben Greenfield's podcast and he was he was talking about his experiences with silma breath. So I got onto YouTube and I did my first session of somewhere breath and it was completely hooked and transformed by this approach to breath work. Having come from the wim hof method. Some were best just appealed to me so much more on so many different levels. And it was just this can of worms being open just went deeper and deeper and deeper into summer breath. Started to get qualified, took the master's program on board, had more time there would normally have to do this because of a work was less because of COVID. And just took a deep dive into some of my breath and just recently became qualified as a summer breath master instructor. 6 months ago, I haven't looked back since absolute loving it and I still use the wim hof method known again. I still go back to it has a different purpose of different rule. I've got my bread and butter and my daily doses we call it and so my breath is so my breath I love that you shared about the retreat that you had gone to along with the people from Vancouver pre COVID. That sounds really really exciting and interesting. Action fry, we're going to take a few moments to thank our sponsors because they are supporting us today. 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"wim hof" Discussed on My First Million
"How did you bet on this. He's like well. I had nothing. He's like but i took every dollar. I had put into theory. Like i didn't have much probably ten grand or something like that is i think i borrowed money from my parents. And just put it all in theory and it was like amazing for me. It's anyways he. He makes life changing money. And after a couple of years in the crypto. Seen he's like you know what criminals great. I made a bunch of money doing this now. But i'm ready for my next thing. And he's like goes back to his roots. He's like that psychedelic Wasco trip was meaningful for me. So he in. The meantime had been getting into all kinds of like different types of Therapies so he was like cold therapy heat therapy breath work all these kind of like you know. Like these hippy. Dippy like sort of alternative ways to improve your body. And so when i called him a minute for the first time he's on the zoom and his background is like this oasis. I'm like oh cool. Background like back on image is no. This is like my garage. I built up. He basically built this season candidate. He built this epic. Like would cabin looking thing. It's got this custom cold plunge made it's this twenty person saw that he created because he hosts events there. It's got all this greenery it's like a greenhouse got this like musical stuff and he created basically this experience where you could come if you wanted to have one of these experiences you hot cold therapy and he would take you through an intense cold plus heat like a you go back and forth between that like like a bond baths type situation. And then the second thing he did was kind of facilitated. Mda typed facilitated psychedelic experiences. Where they doctor onsite and then they do this group experience together and your guided through it. Exactly like what you're talking about. Yeah house i do. That's a great idea as you know. I'm a pussy. i don't i. I kinda wanna have a life changing experience but like with no risk. Can you give me that. And this is like the closest. You're gonna get which is like dr supervised in a group of people with people who've done this before and like it's for beginners and it's not just go do drugs in the in the in this sketchy place. Second a nice beautiful environment with music control as i do that. Put this up. Like i think you put it up on airbnb. As an experience we put up a group or some. I don't know where he put it. Put it somewhere. And he's just booked out his his little garage is basically booked out twenty four seven and since then he basically he's he he's like his next thing or the way he like evolved and he's still he's still alive events but to scale it up. He created app called inward. So i invested in this thing especially breath. Work is started doing this every morning. Now the apps don't even like fully out you descend land doing it. Because i'm in the breath work i'd heard about win wim hof and dabbled with that and i went to this buddhist thing once. They do chanting which is like a form of meditation to. It's great and so you the soundcloud link. And i had him come in my when i talked the writing course also like do this things mazing. I use us now for my morning routine. Wake me up. Basically sounds like teaching over. Zoom could be the most fucking boring thing and so i had him come and do five minute session for the students..
"wim hof" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"So many conventional ways of editing and story structure But that's what. I also love about it so i'm not like snobby and he's not like the either not real filming us different but he does talk about how it's different he's about. How film was whipped in editing. So he'll take a break down he'll look at a movie and how it was edited. And tell you how they did it. And how it altered your mood and each scene super fascinating. This guy is so good. If you like just movies you'll have to be an editor if you earn editor gold but if you just like movies and why movies make you feel great website or youtube channel. Check out this guy edits. Does he ever show like. Here's a scene edited this way. And here's a scene edited. The same scene edited. This way i would love to see. You know 'cause he would have to then get hold of the raw footage somehow it down differently so that'd be really hard thinking like his own work. I don't know maybe in his breakdown he probably does that. Yeah but it's more of like he's going through his process he doesn't but he will go to say and say how. This film was ruined by editing. Wha talks about films that maybe have been panned by critics and audience alike because a lot of this is in the editors hands and so he will talk about that. Here's what not to do. So i love the fact that he's not all bad and not all just the good he's pointing out. This is why this is bad. And this is why this is good and had now the difference how to be able to be on the more of the good side how to get hired isn't it or e talks about a lot different really cool things like i said. You don't have to be an editor you can just make you appreciate fillmore. I think you like movies and film. I think i think you'll like it. I think i would learn a ton from that. And i'm gonna give it to dean. Maybe already knows better. I don't know but if he doesn't think he's going to be extended to check it out for sure skies have been doing it for a while. I forget how many videos he has. But it's a lot So very very worth it fantastic all right. Thank you very welcome. Okay my very last cool sheet. I'm going to be talking about. This is going to get a little intellectual here but this is in a realm. That's not mine. it's not science. But i think it's really important for us to be able to recognize this word and know how it fits into society. 'cause i can imagine this word is is used out. There might be become used more and it is called the contact zone. The origins of this are from mary. Louise pratt in nineteen ninety-one keynote address. And so she was giving this talk at this. Academic conference called the modern language association. And and she coined this term and she gave this talk which has now become famous in certain zones and certain areas but now is used a lot more. The name of the original article was arts of the contact zone and she talks about this as a social space. Where cultures meet the clash and they grapple with each other and this is often in contexts of highly asymmetrical relations of power such as colonialism slavery or their aftermaths as they lived out in many parts of the world today so we can see from that that this is highly relevant in our society. She was gave this talk in nineteen anyone and she refers to things that happened way before then and here. We are thirty years later. Still going on so in terms of where she was delving into this and so a lot of this has to do with humanities and history and sociology and things like that and she was looking back way back in the sixteen hundreds and she looked at the writings of this man from the andes. So this original. He was indigenous to south america and he wrote a letter to king philip. The third of spain and he was writing about what is it like to be indigenous to let them know and what has happened with that is it's it is succumb to this revisionist. It's been revised and so she brought that in as an example of you know these cultures colliding and that one is above each other and and all this sort of stuff but not necessarily bringing it up as oh this is bad even though it is but this whole idea of this contact zone where those cultures are coming together because we know that so many of them are divided and people stay in their pods. But where are the places where there is the overlap and then what can we learn from what happens in those places in the contact zone. Choke this is so cool. So yeah i really like the kinda. We did this thing where we do. Every was while we have this theme and as vibe that we my mind melting. I know of seeing people from different walks of life. Different ways and appreciating those differences in wrecking. Hi it's very cool. Yeah this is really fun. Thank you so much. I want to definitely check that last one out as well and everybody else you can check.
"wim hof" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"The account is still here still life. So it's a weekly still life. Drawing challenge created by. Tests smith roberts and xena k. So if you know me you know. I love art art of all kinds and i feel like there are so many kinds of the dozen get defined as our but is now. This is still life drawing so very classical art form and sometimes like maybe still. I've seems boring almost very kind of seems like in the beginning stages of drying you think about this but it really made me look at it in a whole new light. These are the things that i love about. Instagram is that you just see these different pictures. And it's not a ton of data you're just like looking at beautiful images so they have still life they show it and then people submit their drawings of that still life and then they post some of their favorites for the rest of the week. So this is so cool because you get to see different people's interpretation and art style. And i just i. I love that kind of stuff. Seeing it right there while you're scrolling through and to me it's such a metaphor of life we all see the same thing in life and we but we have different experiences different interpretations so it goes way beyond art. We we see things differently. We can hear something someone. Tell us something and three people can interpret that different ways. Some people might get offended. Some person might laugh. I love just this this metaphor of life and looking at this website and learning about different art forms relating to the ones that this is how i would dry and then oh my gosh is totally different and super fascinating too as well. So many great things about the sense to graham account still here still life okay. So it's not still dot life. I was looking at Guy went onto instagram. And i think i one too cozy extent. Stop doing this..
"wim hof" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"I love it. My neck's coochie is going to be another tiktok person that i am really enjoying and this tocaka count is lean de dong. Is her name. actually enter. Tiktok handle is yolene. Dong so yo- linda so i don't even know how to describe this person. She kept popping up on my for you page and she's hilarious in finally followed her. I think is what you on tiktok. I believe he's vietnamese. She wears these glasses. She kind of has her hair up and above no makeup and she kind of makes fun of herself and kind of tiktok trends. And that's kind of our stick. She's definitely doing this for humor. Not taking herself seriously but also very refreshing that she's just being silly having a good time and amassed a massive following doing it she has fifteen point one million followers and each one of her talk says at least a million some up to five fifteen million views like out of this world while the biggest tiktok stars african reason. She's just like. I said she's hilarious. She makes fun of tiktok trends which is tiktok a whole world of talked about a lot now but so it makes it even funnier because you see these things on tiktok and then she tries. It messes up. She's like if i get fifteen million subscribers to put on address for the first time on tiktok and she finally got that she did. It is kind of a while moment because she did this. Whole you know one of those transitions. And she's like drop dead gorgeous will is done up with makeup and does hair and says she and that's like so. This is kind of one of those weird world where tiktok this is kind of her persona her personality. Her funny thing definitely a part of her definitely real but she's also super creative video producer photographer. Funny and gorgeous definitely took her out. Yo linda dong okay. So i only follow like twenty seven people on tiktok so now all i have to do is go to olive. Your like you follow. Yeah to find out who. I should be following a scoop before i start talking about him. His yeah does sounds awesome. Also like i have no idea what you're talking about when you say like tick tock trends. Yeah whatever like. I don't know what they are. So now i can find out what they are by watching her. That's the best way really. I definitely spent a lot of time on tiktok. So i'm getting another language and just i don't know there's just it's a whole universe so he's like you know when you're young and your kids these days stuff. I don't understand well. I now understand. Because i watched talk so much again. It's having friends of different age groups through online version of this. Though is my tiktok outlet but i love it is just like it's is super interesting to me all the time and it does make me feel young invigorated but yeah so then when you kind of know. It's like you're in an inside joke when she's joking the right but yeah no. You don't have to know either. 'cause she's always funny you know she's great she's such a super talented creator and then when you found out also that oh yeah this is just kind of her caricature of herself right so like super smart and super talented. Yeah it's just. It was really great. She has a youtube of course end instagram as well. So all paul's links if you don't have to talk yeah i think you think she's super funny. I mean millions and millions of years. I'm not the only one obviously. Yeah oh right she's Is like a lot of social media things especially instagram. It's all the like people. It's gone criticized. Because it's you're always like it's your best life. That's not realistic. It's only your best moments. You're always done. Yeah she's the opposite of that. And that's why i love her. Just not dress up. She talks about her faults and how she's desperately single but in a funny way like better about like right. oh she has flaws and i have flaws. You know it's relatable feel better about yourself. You're not always just like seeing these people in their best unattainable moments isn't really real either and You know i'm guilty about that. But you know you post things that her cool in your life. So i get that aspect of a to anyway. Yeah it's cool. I love her. Take on it. That's great well and in our last episode you talked about someone tiktok and you're talking about someone tiktok in our last episode. I talked about a puzzle game. I'm gonna talk about another puzzle game. Well i know this. One is called spin tron. Ix the one. I talked about in a previous episode. Deterring tumbled that was to teach kids to code computers and to how to conceptually understand it. And what's been tron. ix does is. They've taken spinning which is like a mechanical motion and then electronics and they put those two words together. That's how they got the name and they named it that because that name encapsulates what they're trying to do and what they're trying to do is teach electronics and the problem with teaching electronics. To kids is that. It's not super intuitive. Like what is. It's one of those things in physics newtonian physics or things where you know you're dropping a ball and how there's gravity like you can really see that but electron ix. It's like okay. What is voltage. And where are the electrons going and all that kind of thing so what this does is it really brings in as mechanical part and so the kids playing the game they feel the pull of the voltage and they can see where how the current would move and that was one of their goals was to take this abstract idea and then making it tangible and so they put together this whole device and it is currently at the time we're recording this is in the kickstarter phase but as things happen well and especially with them. It's already way beyond. I can't remember if they were trying to raise. Seventy three thousand is already at seven hundred fifty thousand like they're already ten times so it's definitely has made it already and it's going to be one of those things that even if you go to our link there's gonna be a link to go by it so it will still be relevant and yeah just another way to make science technology accessible understandable and really cool and fun way by people who know how to do that so these are proven. People have been very successful in the past spin tricks. Shoot were. that's really cool. Sounds like learn. Some a thing is well a dull beginner. Last show rather sent me this. Because i was thinking about getting his son but he was like honestly. I don't wanna. I kinda wanna yeah right. I feel the same way already totally. That's cool because Yeah that stuff. There was a moment where you're talking about it. I was just like i hear words. And i'm sure they mean stuff. No amorini loss. Exactly exactly so. Maybe i should start this game exactly. And that's why. Oh very cool. That's great and it's great not already been fun well. They've already surpassed their funding. So will happen. Yeah by the time they show actually comes out. Yeah maybe there are already be available or or will be available soon so very very cool excellent. Thank you for sharing that air. Welcome to see. I hope my brother does get it right. Please get it for all of us. Yes okay cool. My next seat is an instagram account. A home so early into this Instagram tiktok thing but because third grade. There's so many things this is called still here..
"wim hof" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"I just love that is such a good reminder so yeah i highly recommend checking out what they do because i just touch i two minutes and i barely touch the surface of everything but hopefully overview of where they're coming from. I certainly wanna more. So i appreciate that. Thank you all right my next goal. She is going to be an article the joys of being an absolute beginner for life another article that just resonated with me instantly. The phrase adult beginner can sound a little patronizing. It implies that you're learning something you should have mastered as a child. Ba- learning is not just for the young. So they kind of relate. This to chests topic with queen's gambit and we've talked about this before i've always talked about how i've always wanted to learn chest but i haven't yet and i don't know what it is but yeah there. Is this this weird stigma about learning something later in your life that you probably should have done earlier and i definitely a struggle with the still all the time but i kind of broke. I broke through when i started learning guitar. I was like this is nonsense. I need and let me tell you. That was a another mindshift. A game changer. Because once i did de. I was like i can learn anything right now. It's not too late for anything. A language you know. I learned how to fly my drone. I just thought that. Oh it's been too late. People have drones. I'm not going to be a drone pilot. Got my certificate. It was empowering so empowering when you learn these things to and then it's just kind of sky's the limit. It's a game changer. For sure what. I loved about this article. Is they use an analogy of like traveling to a new place and that sense of wonder you have. Everything's new everything's beautiful. The smells the culture every and that's my favorite things about traveling. It's why i love traveling so much. Well that's learning a new skill instead of like freaking out about it like i'm too old to learn spanish or italian or whatever language you learn and you and it becomes like this detriment doolittle mindshift say no. This is actually going to be exciting. And learn and grow and you do and it's actually backed by scientists healthier for you. It's so great. I love this article so much the joys of being an absolute beginner for life. Yes i've my fists in the air right. Now everybody i love this beginner's mind and and yeah it just makes life more fun to your and yeah talk about happiness level about in in science back like you will be healthy. Your brain keeps working. You're not stagnant. Totally and i am so proud of you for learning guitar. Been talking about that for years and never longer certainly longer even than we've been friends we've been friends for a long time but it's been yeah forever i've always wanted to do. I never thought it could in. I'm still slow going. Because i don't practice enough. That's the things you do have to remember practice in determination and dedication those are big factors yet but once you start to see that it's possible it. It is a game changer. You know what else things. I wanted to tell you something. Yeah no matter how much you're practicing. Yeah you will always say you should be practicing more sure. I have a friend. Healthy better tar. He breakfasts guitar every single day for an hour. And he's like. I don't practice enough. Yeah well so then he was doing two hours or you anyway. It's just it's never enough. Yeah so you're practicing. You're learning it's awesome. Yes and i will say like most things. I was like i see this. I'm the worst at. I won't get this but there is a time and this is anything. This is anything in life. There's this a moment. Where it kind of clicks and no. I'm not yeah jimi hendrix. But there is like whoa. No this is very possible. Yes starting to put together a song and it sounds like folk and that's crazy and that can happen for anything. Yeah if you put some time into it. And it's so invigorating. And empowering i still use it used to be such a. I think that hung on me in a negative way. Now it's it's an it's a good way So cool maybe. I'll you'll learn how to play chess one of these days. We'll see s irate. Let's make that a goal cool. Okay my next cool sheet. I mean to be talking about a website. And i love this so much. It's called atomic hands and this has to do with picked a great name. This has to do with increasing public accessibility to science technology engineering and mathematics or in other words stem through american sign language. And so this is done through. Fostering collaboration and networking opportunities. And doing this. Among current and future deaf stem people this website and this movement. This organization was founded by lisa. Wooten and barbara speak ner who are strong advocates of science and the deaf community bringing these two things together. They met at college and they were taking classes together and doing research in the same lab. So they're stem people and so they bonded over science but also other stuff and when they first met in college and then they both went to get their phd's at different places but they kept in touch and so they were just sharing. Like what is it like with these different people who are trying to get into stem or what are the barriers of people who are deaf. And maybe aren't going into stem fields without resources so that's when atomic cans was born and their website is awesome and i know that they have a lot more that they're going to be doing but they're off to a great start for stop. They have really cool t shirts but they also have a bunch of really cool stem videos. And so i went through these watching them and they are silent. They have captions and they're signing and they're explaining for example just pulled up cova nineteen vaccine series number three in their teaching about m. r. a. And it is fascinating to just watch it and see how they're signing it and just imagining how awesome it is for people in the deaf community who are now having this more accessible to them so i love this organization. This movement atomic hands short short. Yeah cool name right off the bat. I can't wait to see t-shirt Very cool what a cool thing. I love it so many people are doing so many cool things now. What a what a time to be alive. Just so many need things happening am more. Accessibility were inclusion. Truly right. that's cool..
"wim hof" Discussed on 10 Bestest
"I'm karen mcfarlane holman and here we go with another episode or are you ready. I'm ready hit a thumb wrestling match. I one or did i lose. I can't remember when i first so whatever it was i'm going. I always lose matches. I know one to the my first sheet so a couple episodes ago. You talked about how i used to talk about different breathing methods and things like that and as i man i still have talked about the one that kinda started at all and one of my favorites. The wim hof method however i know talked about this i was like i i was kind of saving it for the best for last or not the best but just the one that got me into all of it so now. I have finally talk about a- too much time pass. It's like when you see someone on the street and you know them forever but you never asks her name and now it's weird so anyway it got weird here we go. Let's talk about win half my times staff up and i haven't even started so wim. Hof is kind of like a very similar to tibet and meditation technique practiced by the monks called to mow or inner fire-breathing. But the wim hof method is so much more than that. It's really three pillars. It's the breathing. It's cold therapy and its commitment. It's kind of philosophy. Wim hof should be also. I haven't talked about him succeed. Maybe we'll probably talk about that later in five more years or whatever but this breathing style is a game changer. Wim hof is sky has finished. I think he's wild. He has all these bull records of being in the cold underwater and in ice baths. And he's just wild you gotta if you don't check them out but you don't have to check them out to try this breathing out like suggest you do. Because him teaching it is the best way and this is basically how to find a comfortable place either sitting or lying down thirty quick deep breaths inhaling through the nose exhaling through the mouth after this inhale deeply and hold for one minute and then you exhale that out are you excel and hold for one minute then you inhale one big as big as you possibly can hole fifteen seconds do this three times in a row but be very careful definitely sit or lay down. Don't ever do this in water. People have done this and even a shallow bath and drowned indict. It's very dangerous but it will change your mindset your state of being and we'll give you energy it's a game changer for sure my times way past checkout willhof method you told me about when hof and also long dutch. I know yeah three or four years ago and i. I'm telling all y'all that it works so you told me about it. Or i looked it up or whatever and i did the breathing thing and then i doubled. The number of push ups. I could. yeah it's one of his tests and is super legit and that's like a game changer. Right there it's a mind shift like this really will kind of freak you out in the best way possible. I was surprised because i was skeptical. Like really you just and then. That's when you really realize the power breath and then it is. How for me as like. There's something going on here Way more breath than we than i realized. And it really. I've talked about tons of other breathing. You can check out the archives and check all of those out but definitely the link to our show notes as tim. Bestest dot com slash breath so that will show you. I watch the safety video because it is very important essentially you're kind of almost hyperventilating. But but not if you. i've never hyperventilate. But you will get. You'll get little tingling. you'll get some get some feelings. You get all kinds of feelings when you do this as powerful but do be careful. What safety video. I then watch the video. This newest ones really cool. This is him narrating. And so talking to you while you're breathing and in visual aid graphing is well. It's very cool. Check it out all right enough about it. Yeah thank you for the reminder too. Because i haven't you know i think i dabbled in it for a few months. Yeah she's kind of sparkly. It's going to keep coming back to. Yeah it is the real deal even if you don't like live and breathe the practice although he's definitely suggests that that they're biller commitment And i've taken cold showers for months and months munson and that was before even i really knew about him but i need to get back into it and one of these times. I need to take it super seriously like go through a ten week. Course i paid for it. Oh yeah awesome. Yeah we're mauve and he's just funny to backs and greg. Yeah talk about another older guy deal of life. Oh inspire is. I want to be with off when i grow up. Yeah older. but he's full of energy. It doesn't mean anything. If you're down on yourself and your energy level check him out for half. A psychic runs heaven mount everest and his shirt shorts. Not always these little shirt. Yeah crazy way. Too short shorts running around and snow and ice and all that great all right cool. Thank you my first call sheet. I'm going to be talking about a nonprofit and these people are just amazing the name of the organization and the people belong to it is to cheat on so it's txz you see. Hi and this is an odd taiwan and so this was established in nineteen sixty six and they have this beautiful spirit and so it is one of those things. That feels stereotypical of the east. But it is. It's just because it's embracing so much of the culture. That's there and many of the religions and so in this spirit of self discipline and diligence frugality and perseverance. They are out. Their mission is to help the poor and to relieve suffering around the earth and they are very much it's humanistic culture and they are all about helping. Whoever it is whether they belong to another culture they are another race or they live in another country. They are there. They're going to help it so even if there's an earthquake in a country that taiwan isn't that friendly with that doesn't matter they don't care they've just got these beautiful missions and so as i said there's there are these ideas of helping the poor but i'm in terms of one of their statements is that they want to educate the rich to help the poor and then also inspiring the poor to realize the riches and so they are trying this by modal way of helping everyone to realize how they can contribute to each other into themselves and part of that being people who maybe don't have a lot of abundance in their life in terms of wealth that if they have them help other people helps them feel more abundant in and so they do things in that way and their mission in terms of medicine is treating the patients as teachers and so they're just outlook is so beautiful and the way that they help. People is magnificent. And i'm so glad that they exist and i wish there were more people like them but i'm so glad that they are to show how yeah you know. That's a perspective check. I love people like this. They can you know we. Do things all the time and especially the first world. Are you know the whole right first. World problem cliche. Then you you hear about stories like this and you know. I try all the time to be more compassionate or pathetic but i can always be better. I want to be better all the time. So inspiring and just going out of your selflessly and it's always the right answers. So is the right answer when having enemies and some kind of evil force is just not how to live happy life. Yeah so gosh..
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"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai
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"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Everybody has this in. Its when we get into that fight or flight and we don't process the energies because those emotions were too painful at the time and then that has a big impact on us throughout life. so you know maybe. This girl called me a loser. And i don't feel comfortable with females like ever since and it's kind of that's how i react now i feel like nervous around them right and so can only medicine shutdown this like thinking ruminating executives. Like sometimes it's called the secondary consciousness and allows the body to process these stored emotions new. Come out on the other side. A lot of times with breakthroughs especially like the with the moments that happened to you as a child and so for me. I went back and remember time was was bullied and my mom brought me to a friend's house and i had remembered this memory for like thirty years and it was some you know we're maybe five years old and the kid would pin down and like punch me and i was so afraid and i think that led to a lot of fear throughout my entire life is kind of remembered that feeling came up a process it another one was like why was i even the substances in the first place and it was great eight. I was fourteen. I remember smoking. My first cigarette and there was group of kids smoking. i thought. Oh that's cool. I'm gonna prove to them. I'm cool and i saw that time. And i it was like why am i still doing. This isn't cool. You know thirty wasn't quite dirty. Ed and just like i don't i don't need to do this anymore. And so one it allows you to confront challenging emotions which is extremely powerful and let them go. You then feel honestly feel like you've shed like massive layers of emotional baggage. You feel hundred pounds lighter and just more optimistic. Your heart is open. It's ready to love and it also provides changes in your neurotransmitter..
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"To work on exhibiting or you know you can say thirty days through of sleep so a couple of things we like to do that are different is like structure program day in day out combination with really good music and guidance. And it's breathing in the back so you know you're doing it right and it also is fun. And then including the scientific background some of the things. I mentioned about zero tolerance and sympathetic for and pathetic. And what's happening in the body and brain so you kind of understand your y and what's happening. Yeah i think the idea of the why is so critical. There's so many of these health practices that we could choose from in a given day. I think it's interesting that there's so much power in the breath work new engine. The book with james nester and mouth taping. And i've been doing that for the last six months or so. Because of his book. And i can say that even that simple practice is x. Is profound it's interesting. How those tiny little choices that we make have an impact over time that if you can zero in on what you're trying to do even says me personally doing a little bit. I feel that benefit. I'm curious do you know the potential than if you really dig into stuff hard where you can see yourself down. The line got a story. On that i mean for me. I wasn't healthy and it you can do these things slowly and find the ones that you don't even if it's a cold shower for ten seconds but you're going to do it every day and you're gonna start associating. The cold shower the mouth tape with feeling good. I think that's the most important part in a hobby is like a feedback. Loop in a habit is a is a feedback loop so you start doing it. Few days later you feel awesome. You understand this is why you're feeling awesome and then it becomes part of your lifestyle but for those out there you know could never do this..
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Pretty awesome is mouth taping at nice. There's tons if you type in now taping on google there's lots of different brands It's just covering the mouse so you're not mouth breathing and so you think you're asleep for eight hours. That's one of the biggest impacts you can have on breath and what that's doing is improving that zero tolerance so. I'm just less likely to be stressed. The next thing to do is track your heart rate variability. There was a number of studies around. Hr v. indicating when you're hiv is higher. You're much likely to have more positive emotions so a couple of things you can do for that cold. Water exposures great for hr v. Sunlight sleeping at the same time each nights you can use something like an hr An aura rain or a polar chest strap to sort of or daily elite hiv app to be tracking your hr vivas. Amazing amazing book called breath. Heart mind by leeann lago some practices one of the really cool things she does.
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Like a work at regimental. Most as if instead of going to the gym you might just go sit into a quiet space and breathe on purpose which is interesting because it sounds like this is a like a lifestyle of wreck relearning how to breathe. Is that basically what this is or is it more of a like. We're just trying to like a a attenuate certainly problems. We have with our with our health and trying to like dial in certain issues or more like a way of of living long term. It's like a better way of living. I think it's a way of living term so very much how you think about the pillars of health right. Now you know ten years ago it was diet and exercise and if it was hey i exercise daily and i eat healthy. I'm healthy in the last three years. It's become very clear it's diet exercise on sleep. And so if i'm not getting consistent eight hour sleep. It's going to impact my willpower my health my insulin levels my ability to exercise. And so there's a lot of science around that. I think the fourth pillar is breath. So i'm not breathing correctly. It's going to my sleep my willpower my anxiety. Level's my resilience my hr v. Which is the biggest one to me. It's this measure of my body's response to stress. If my breathing patterns are poor it's likely my heart rate. Variability is also poor. So i would look at it. If i'm if i'm thinking like how do i build a breathing routine i would. I say what is my co two all rinse and can i improve my foundational breathing. And then it'd be looking at where it can add breathing to relax when i'm in a stress state or before bed and then finally i would look at these women hof. Let's call those the big guns. The breath plus. I would look at using those when i'm having emotional issues that i need to resolve and so just like meditation you can pick and choose. How long do i want to read. Four what is the style. That i want us. What is the goal. I'm trying to have and you can choose based on what you need..
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Sleep anxiety now. You're not trying to hold as long as you can. You're holding until the diaphragm sort of spasms. And so that's a good sign. That like i hit my max Twenty is sort of like the baseline of hey. I'm doing okay. Forty is like elite. I'm doing excellent. it's really interesting too. Because a lot of athletes that you think would have amazing breathing. Actually poor breathing because they're going through so much exertion when exercising their breathing out too much carbon dioxide regularly. So it's like a really interesting one of like. How do i breathe through my nose. When i exercise and train my body to do that. So that's kind of the foundational. The first step is like. Am i breathing correctly. Then there's reading to reduce stress to get into a pair of sympathetic state of state of focus and so this is breathing deep into the lungs. Turning on the air sympathetic nerves which are in the bottom of the lungs and slowing the excel and this can be used Before bed to help your nervous system relaxed it can be used before meals to prepare your body for safety for the rest and digest So it's really well used when you want to like to turn down and really if you're tracking. Hr v. hurried variability. If your guests are familiar with that something i mean metric on the or ring when you get into fight or flight state your heart rate increases if you can use breath to bring it back down quickly. It's going to improve your hr v. your body's resilience to stress. So that's a really interesting technique. You can use before sleep when you're facing like extenuating stress or prior to a meal and then the final one which pretty interesting is called sympathetic breathing. And so this is Breath work you may have heard of which is a kind of used to get you into an altered state of mind and process in motion. Wim hof is sympathetic. Style where you're super ventilating. So your breathing. so much. carbon dioxide out that over time the arteries the blood vessels constrict. And you reduce the blood flow to the brain because of this thing called the bohr effect which i mentioned before when you don't have enough snow to the blood holds onto the oxygen and you're reducing the oxygen levels in the brain and as a result the cortex part of you that has your identity thinking that ruminating all the time it shuts down and so you often see in holler trumpet breathing or wim hostile breathing this distance and ability to then process emotions and so that style breathing can be used. One can in shorter wim. Hof burst like ten minutes. It can be used to boost your adreno response. And i really like a coffee substitute in the morning. But if you go deeper doing five six rounds you're shutting that blood slowed down and you can create a real emotional regulation you're turning on the audit of nervous system this fight or flight and then you're allowing your body to release any stored trauma and that's why in his tropic breath work sessions transformation breath recessions half you have crazy emotional releases of scored traumas so i would say those are three really interesting reasons and ways you can use breath work so one is your foundational breathing. Was paris empathetic breathing to teach your body to relax. And the third is consciously stressing the body to shut down the brain to some oceans..
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"The fighter flight and you're pushing your nervous system and that's okay in small bursts but when done chronically you're cutting off the blood flow to organs eight of the top ten most common cancers come as a result of lack of blood flow to the oregon so your body's not meant to be in chronic stress all the time the other interesting thing that happens. When you're continuing to breathe from the chest you have what's called a co two tolerance. This is a receptor in your brain. That measures how much carbon dioxide is in the body. And when you're over breathing either by eating acidic forming foods where you breathe out carbon dioxide to change the ph level in the blood or your overstressed and what happens. Is that zero tolerance decreases. Now that's important because when you breathe in oxygen into the lungs it's picked up by the hemoglobin in the blood and take into that work against the brain the heart the justice system. And if you don't have enough. Co two in the body. The blood holds onto that oxygen. And won't let it go so it's happening to ninety percent of us that are overstressed not eating properly eating like directly before bed which will increase over breathing before sleep. Which is why you may have heard.
"wim hof" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Oftentimes you need a personal facilitator in on the other side was the athletic style. Oxygen advantage Expertise laird hamilton stuff. Which is awesome as well but sort of targeted at fitness athletes. And i saw big gap in the market for sort of that. Like you know ten dollar fifteen dollars a month had space like product where you had all the breathing styles and it was really hit home to me when i read the book by james. Nestor breath amazing book. And all the examples he had shown where links just random youtube videos and so there was no structured programs are easy access videos. I just thought we should create. You know an amazing Website which is access to hundreds of videos and structured programs for the morning routine winedown zaidi emotional release and so the idea was to combine all of the best breath work techniques with really really great one thing about our site in my breath journey. It's like how do you get people who haven't gotten into mindfulness yet. How do you make it fun exciting. Like i'm going to burning man festival and have that order like a spin class and have that kind of vibe for mental health so everything we've kind of tailored it's hey this is your first step and it's going to be fun but also powerful so that's sort of a bit about my background in how we've led to building on our platform. It sounds like you described a variety of breath. Work strategies are methodologies. Here what do you think is like the real goal behind this like intentional reading. Lets say because it sounds as though there are a variety of angles to hit. But it's as if we're breathing incorrectly and we need to change what we're doing or have a do a new approach to figure out how to connect to our breath. What would you say is kind of the the underlying foundation of what you're trying to achieve here with with breathing like this so there's a number of different benefits which i'll go into sort of one by one and feel free to interrupt. Ask if you want to go deeper but breath is doing one of two things. You're either turning on the gas pedal sympathetic nervous system through rapid breathing or on the para sympathetic nervous system the rest and digest part of the nervous system so attempting or releasing and through breath. You can actually control the automatic nervous system so heart rate digestion blood flow circulation immune system so really all techniques. Kind of boil down to one of those two things now..
Emotions and Fear Show Us What We Are Truly Capable Of
"My guest today is somebody. Some of you might follow regularly Aubrey Marcus. He's a modern day philosopher. He's the author of the bestseller own the day in an entrepreneur of the wellness company on it. You might think of Aubrey as a bio hacker whose general approach is total human optimization. But we catch up with him. Discover what optimization looks like during a pandemic. And what we learn is practices and perspectives to simply accept what's happening day by day. Welcome Aubrey. How are you? Doing well, thank you good to talk to you wonderful to talk to you, I think last we saw each other was many years ago. Either on a mountain top or a boat. It was at the mountain. Actually yeah, that was the first time and I remember. That was the first time I tried to music. which is great, but I think the recent improvements to the s have been really welcomed. I love everything that you guys have done with that I think you so much. It's super appreciated. So. Let's dive into your work and what you've been working on recently, but somebody who spend their life thinking about how to optimize every day and make the most from every day. How do you think about making the most from a day? That's during pandemic or a riot? Well, it's interesting. I think you have to be aware. I mean awareness is really the key, and I think you have to be aware of any pressure that's coming from the collective and a lot of times. We think of ourselves as isolated, but we're really not were interconnected beings, and we really feel what's. What's going on so I think it's just having awareness that we're going to be sensitive to everything that's happening and that sensitivity might cause us to actually wall off even more and become less sensitive, just because it's a bit overwhelming, and all of this is fine. There's no judgment any action, or we might really engage with it and just feel it all or some combination of both and I've certainly experienced all of that. We at some points I just WanNa turn everything off and just unplug from everything that's happening at large and then other times. I WanNa Watch, everything and. And talk to everybody and get out there in the mix and see what's happening out there in the world, and really feel it, but other than that. I think it's really for me. I'm writing my new book, so that's kind of forced isolation. anyways, you can't really do a lot when you're dedicated to writing under a deadline, so it hasn't been too different lifestyle for me. Other than just managing what's happening in the collective is you support other people to manage? What's going on right now? I think this is a time to really lean into the personal practices, so whatever those. Those things are that are the best for you. I have a host of them. I'm sure a lot of the listeners do as well the muse being one of them, but there's so many other words like breath work for example at spent a good amount of time with Wim Hof and the combination of the breath in the cold is a great way to shift state. GET CLARITY, move emotions so I. think that's been really valuable. I'm a big proponent of ecstatic dance, and for those of you who don't understand what ecstatic dance is. It's not dancing on ecstasy. It's actually. Moving your body in direct superfluity with the music, so that it's collapsing the mind and creating this kind of trance state where you're just moving without thought without self judgment, and that will actually put you into that translates really ancient practice at a lot of different traditional have engaged in are these ceremonial dances, and really you can do it by yourself for there's ecstatic dances that are hosted around the country to participate in dance I would. Would go to something in Toronto called the move. Where Hopley one hundred people would get together and dance for about a two hour period over this amazing arc of music, so it start off slow, and it would come to this ecstatic he crescendo, and then soothe you back down again. It was incredible to just let everything go and just dance, and just be yourself in the moment. There's no gentleman from anybody. Everybody's doing their own thing. And with the pandemic, obviously, that became very impossible. You don't want one hundred people in a crowded studio and so now been dancing with my four year old. Exactly! Living Room. Let's put it on no judgment. Go Wild have fun. He gets on. The trampoline goes crazy and we just do it. That's the beauty of being a kid. Is You just move and express freely without really worrying about what you look like? I think dancing is one of those things that we have so much judgment attached to how we move. It's like a performance even when we're dancing by herself. So really kind of just getting rid of that whole construct, and allowing yourself to move again, so much of our motion and everything is really stored semantically in the body as a great book called. Called the body keeps the score really makes that case brilliantly, but it's allowing yourself to move and shake just like a dog runs into the screen doors. Something like the first thing they do, is they? Shake it off well. We don't really shake it off very well. We have a lot of things that disturb in trouble our mind, but were not really moving it through our body. An effective way so dancing is absolutely one of my favorite ways to do that. Dancing and breathing. I mean those are really absolutely my go-to Stephanie
Effortless French-Girl Hair at Home with Frédéric Fekkai
"Frederick Guy I have known no new forever. You're one of the most famous haired Gurus ever and we're so excited to have you On our podcast and we have so many questions for you the first one is like how did it start. Did you always love hair like where did your where did it come come found. Thank you gene for this wonderful introducion. Thank you Megan. Well you know it's it's interesting I was not. I didn't even know about here until late. I was really interested about design sculpture. Painting addicted to all of this semester tick was more about shape and forms Sta and then look enough. I got introduced to hand makeup when I was doing some modelling jobs back. You know what I was student. Yeah and that's how I discovered this world of Hass tatting beauty. I mean he was bigger uh and this is what is was one for is that I was introduced to not just hey. I was introduced to a world of beauty of fashion of of style and that that was the most exciting part of this. Oh how did you get into hair from that. This amazing Harrison makeup artist said to me. You know you feel like you aboard in Las our law school and you you WanNa Change. You know told him my story that was accepted at define out school in Paris. Call Bozarth my dad. You don't want me to good ass or hours as lawyer exactly so upset so she says so. Why don't you come to Paris and Helped me a little bit on the side. You make some money you go back to school. And that's it so I did. And and then she said my God. I really love what you do. You don't did you do this and say well I never thought about it and F- great and I said why not so. I quit the idea of going to two and half dozen assistant and then I met some of the most amazing talent and walked for Great Salon Company in France coach actor so amazing. And that's how I came to New York. You came to New York with Jacques to disarm to solve exactly wait and then how did you get to to you being the head of the biggest salon in New York. It's interesting and that's an advice. I give to my Mike Peers and friend is that you know you need to be curious. You need to be willing to do things and you know and I was always never content with weather. Had we wanted to know better so I was walking on every level. I was doing fashion show. I was doing photo shoot. I was doing Movies I was trying to do everything to to learn and by doing so I became a quite of a rare commodity eighteen hair because I was wanted. The only one who could do had on his to do as well in Salon. Usually usually studies stylized are mostly studies in studio and they don't know how to cut hair knew how to great to do great styling amazing but heading ha is not what they do because they never do so by doing. Both I became a Unicorn so would I have and the press of course loved it because I was births addressing the cheese supermodel and Regular client yeah and you're down to take a risk. Probably exactly a huge part and also you know the fact that I was doing hair for us for our normal count so I could give great guidance at could also get great feedback from customer on what product to us how to do. What is that concern? Is it caller. Is it a hair loss. Is it Strengthening is freeze. And that's how I developed my half my airline. Well I remember one of my first articles for L.. Jillian years ago was to they assign me you know I needed to. I had to go to your salon. The top of Bergdorfs and watch you you and a few of the other stylus for the day and write the story of what was happening and what struck me and I just I'd never i. I'd never seen anything like it was the way that you saw people and I saw all these different kinds of people come in you know young the old men women and there was this moment where you would see them and really look at them and I felt like you know you looked at them and figured about what was beautiful about them and then the work you did enhanced that beauty and I always tell people the difference between a good hair person or makeup person or any thing. Is You know if if they come in saying oh I know what you need. You know. You've you've done it all wrong. They're not looking at you and trying to see what's beautiful full about you and but I you know it was the way people even came alive when you looked at them you know and just took in who they were before you did anything anything and then you know the haircut would be magic. I mean I really watched people transform how did like was that something that you always had or did you develop it as you were cutting hair and understanding how to do it. I think the fact that festival learn sculpture painting and all this helped me but also to me it. The two lessons are give to to my colleagues. My appears is that listen first of all you have to be a good listener. Who you know? Don't put your ego in front with your ideas you know. I'm sure so. You have a lot of ideas but who cares now. Listen and observe use your is to really look at your doc. Client your model. Look at the height. Look there be D- their body language. Look at their proportion. Make shoot. That sings makes right mixed story so touched the hair found out what type of textual it is. What so because what? What is a great hairstyle? A great how is when when the volume the shape of the hair. The lent sits on your on your silhouette an enhanced your seat wet. It's not like Oh my God. It's a twin because there's a bank. Yeah it's everything is how her moves. How what volume what color you know? So it's a puzzle. Few pieces of that needs to be right to call the land the volume the texture. You know and all of this if you listen watch and then you apply. You usually have a great success. There's so much intuition on your apart though other pieces the person right like what what they are like and yeah looking at them and move its observation. John is you need to have some knowledge. You need to have some what I call. You need to have to store in your Mind Library of ideas when you have those collaborative ideas then you can see what would make sense a busy Sunday like a face where conditions that. That's your solution as you as you said you've had many salons and and you've worked on many hair care lines and you've seeing the difference that like product makes. How important is you know? Even something like shampoo compared with a cut compared with a color or is it a say it's just all you know it's so important that beauty general is when you are taking care of yourself and you know what what to do so it is so important that you know what type of shampoo you have. What commissioner and how so also wanting important? The people are misled. You don't need to shampoo your hair every day for everybody. Some people do some. Don't in fact it's sometimes it's better to not but it is also very important to not put too much shampoo on your hair out. Just use the shampoo directly. SCALP MYSELF SCAB and don't took shampoo on your hair because the shampoo from this Cup glide down and cleans the hair and Sola needs. You don't need to pull it all. Aw is that you don't need. And then you also do not need to commissioner on top of your hair you food you too from the ears down and that's all you need because the roots here don't even need commission so well. Yes because when it's close to this cop up to here is much more condition even dry hair dryer so would three inches of the roots brealey. Yes try getting it. From the oil is a Ha- that's the whole thing has so many systems. Yeah she's got she's got to wear a reason with cold water and all of this story or make exactly it makes hair shiny mix mix to hear the cold thing I keep thinking it's like the Wim Hof every part of the body
Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Cryotherapy
"Literally means cold therapy. Where the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures? Several minutes cryotherapy can be delivered a to just one area so it could be localized or you can opt for whole body cryotherapy if you all doing localized therapies and the number of ways to do this as your ice patch. Watch ice massage coudn't sprays and so on and even through proves that are administered into tissue. We have more interested in looking at whole body cryotherapy for this episode dude as as the number of businesses cropping up offering. WBZ A whole body cryotherapy. So there are several people that are sort of shouting about the benefits of cryotherapy therapy including the iceman Wim. Hof who claims that extreme cold can improve mental and physical health and even prolong your life. If you want to find on up more about women Hof than I suggest watching the yes theory episode with him on Youtube told about him showing you how he copes with the cold conditions the benefits. He's is getting from it and the breathing technique. He has used to cope of ready low temperatures. So the supposed benefits of WBC. These not completely invalidated bought the has been reports of cryotherapy helping with muscle pain as what a joint and muscle disorders such as arthritis and it may also promote fast healing golf athletic injury. Doctors have long recommended using ice packs obviously on injuries and painful muscles as doing so may increase or blood circulation off to the Josh packers removed. which would then promote healing add pain relief to cryotherapy hand? Apparently support weight loss in theory oversleeping cold forces. This is the body to work harder to stay warmer so in theory. You may be burning more calories during that time period and some cryotherapy providers claim the a few minutes of colds can increase your metabolism for the period of day. However a two thousand sixteen study found that there were no significant changes in body body composition after ten sessions of cryotherapy as also a series of the anecdotal evidence suggesting that cryotherapy may help range of issues shoes? For example it's partly might help reverse skin aging can all support for Latin also be said on help prevent chronic diseases however until further research can support these claims. It is really impossible to tab. And how accurately riot therapy as as a treatment alone on the lead to be some isolation studies whereby some some people overseas and cryotherapy had not the only change. They're following saved diet same exercise plot and so on to see if there's any validation to the claims that it house spiky metabolism helps you lose lose weight so an interesting topic. I'm one that will obviously develop his time does on and we'll be following along closely. Be Interested to know that anyone has tried any. WBZ sessions Russians. What's your opinion more of it was whether you've had any significant results from them so definitely get in touch? If you have. And if you've enjoyed finding out more about cryotherapy do not hesitate Acetate to hit that five star rating on your podcast plan and subscribe saved in the next episode. A twenty minute fitness is released over this week and we'll cut you very soon.