20 Episode results for "eighteen minutes"

Coming Soon: The TED Interview

The TED Interview

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Coming Soon: The TED Interview

"Yeah. Hi, I'm Chris Anderson at the guy lucky enough to run Ted as in TED talks. Here at Ted were borderline obsessed with the power of ideas. Ideas are amazing things in other patent of information that gets inside your head, and it changes how you see the world. The question, I think each of us have to ask ourselves is when you see something, what do you do? Are you the person that see something and walks away and continues on with your life or e the person who stops and slows down and says, I'm complicit in this. But his thing about ideas, they don't just land perfectly formed. They want to be critiqued, played with its rated on, and sometimes that takes longer than eighteen minutes. The most important questions in human life are questions. We have to be able to talk about this up Tober where releasing a new podcast called the Ted interview. The history of human achievement is that people have done remarkable things from very improbable beginnings. I'll be sitting down with some of the most compelling Ted's speakers. I think everybody thinks that creativity comes in lightning strikes, but I think it comes in whispers and the whispers can grow thunderous over time if you're patient enough to explore it and inviting them to go Deepa to challenge them at all, and to encourage them to challenge us doom trust yourself too much. Over-confidence is really the enemy of good thinking. Episodes drop weekly, starting October, sixteenth, subscribe for freon of a podcast or wherever you listen, I hope you can join me sin. Ex-.

Ted TED Chris Anderson Deepa eighteen minutes
How To Communicate With Impact

Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

How To Communicate With Impact

"They say that all people often talk about about not being included or whatever and so I became a little bit empathetic to their cause and empathy to needs and I was able to help them I was always an outside I was the only Asian kid at school and over over time sort of expired a waterfall begins with one drop and look what comes from that superpower of storytelling Ted talks deliver ideas worth sharing but what makes one presentation more captivating than others we need so I got really good at doing this little sound bites that were compelling engaging and relevant and I developed a little bit of a practice in prices around that that then turned out to be really really helpful we're not talking did you point of view I started analyzing things like when people pause the video or Rwanda video and I would work at the behavior that happened just before there and worked out that there are certain characteristics and qualities human relevance to what we KINDA chief as an objective in today's episode but be the drop John Explains why we need good communication skills and how to develop them he sheds real examples and relatable you'll even Jag yourself a discount John Thank you so much for joining me for our next episode of the draw inspire and motivate others tell you learn how to tell your story I'm Amelia Vio director at narrative marketing and firm believer in the John has a rich history of helping latest engaged their followers and develop speakers to present by Ted talks and business presentations on Wednesday twenty third of October to present the latest data on podcasting trends from around the world I'm super excited to host this event and this and aspects of people speaking that caused people to engage or not with your contain and so I kind of did a little bit of micro debt analysis type thing and sort of developed the practice in programs that I have today so it's got to the point where some of my words and having unseated for MBA programs future forward and I'm one of actually allergies to show how stories affect us and how we don't do out pitches justice without them these John's version of Bay the drop would love to see you there head to bit dot lay slash Pod News Adelaide or hit the Lincoln the shy nights book and if you use the Card Heroes College an impact wisdom John Curator and Lawson say of Tex Melvin he's a communication expert a facilitator of growth and an entrepot Melvin role in terms of finding and helping speakers do the talks in eighteen minutes or less and so th that little process then became a little bit more scientific geek from the welcome to episode one hundred and sixty three of the drum a weekly interview podcast sharing stories from people nation is presented to us it's difficult to remember a string of facts instead people can nicht an IMF Thaad through the use of story to teach James Cridland Pod News Dot net editor an international podcast speaker is coming to Adelaide Dan particularly in something that's a motive and yeah go that emotional engagement and potentially fear anger associated with that yeah I uh-huh but as an engineer there was a lot of opportunity for senior executives and engineers to connect and engage so the opportunity to speak with the CEO it was a car real conversation one of those two things and how you bring those together I feel that creates the effectiveness of engagement and making sure people sit up and take take a stand and so in my someone else and I find that believe it or not most people are not clear and then they end up tripping over the words or not being clear or not being understood or if they say something no one does anything about it those groups to help them sort of find voice and so what do you think is k. then and you mentioned there people might have a conversation but then people don't from a personal point of view in terms of diversity background I was always outside I was the only Asian kid at school and over over time sort of experience so how do you empathetic connect but also then make it contextual relevant so how you position an idea then becomes just important as what you're going to say and so messages meaningfully to the people that they wanted to communicate with so it was two parts to that it's about getting clarity about what's important to you and how you might make that clearer might be to stakeholders what is it that we need to do sort of constantly tweak that message so that it's continually able to move forward and so that turn it into a speaking science that's one big oil from a communications perspective Yada you think some of the key things that really helps shift conversations action is one of those key things that helps people deliver a conversation in a way that can drive action yeah but I think the the I think the most people confused as they think that knowledge equals change and you know I think no question the education fundamentally changed the way the world works and no question work extended from all sorts of things from diversity and minorities from my background point of view but also youth youth at risk women in leadership roles and a whole bunch of things that they are able to achieve that in so it's really about saying the right thing and the right time to the right person in the right way and so that might be to one person it might be two groups of people engine my work in the speaking kinda ended up a little bit by accident but was that a necessity in the ninety S I was in charge of Y2K projects for people who are not remember what that was hurdle from a great communicator. You got that all in place you structured in such a way that they can understand it you place it at the right time how they're going to care so especially when where people have a message passionate about but don't necessarily have the platform or the skills or the capability to really connect so I've been working with and constrains them to achieve or move forward even if they agree with you so I like to break it down so in their world what's going on what's distracting them aching unless there's some pivotal moment so if you think about the pivotal moments of her radically changed the world it's things like Martin Luther King's I have a dream Lilibet that human connection and that human caring that drives that that motivation and so as communicators it becomes less about your information it comes a psychological construct in in an individual's mind about their ability to shave the change rather than the knowledge about that change very risky won't challenging change from your perspective or your experiences you know what are your thoughts on that yeah it's a bit sad but I mean dispose great change requires people to universally and simultaneously agree on a single aspect and so to coordinate that is a huge under thanks for having me I'm very excited to be here junior I'm an executive speaking coach but I'm mostly known for being a licensee and curator fatigues Mellon tell us about your career experience where'd you WanNa give it how do you cultivate that so that you'll moving together with them in that journey Ford and so that might be an empowerment thing absolutely beat people might nuri and understand something but that doesn't mean they going to do the the conversation that's limiting and that's blocking more about that human connection and that that human relevance to what we are trying to achieve as an objective and I love that and yet is it ought people often talk about about not being included or whatever and so I became a little bit empathetic to their cause and an imposition needs and I was able to help them articulate it might be a support thing it might be in alignment with their objectives and ideals and helping them through that there's a whole bunch of ways that you can do that but at the end of the day ah the people change just because it's logical and so what creates the empathy the engagement the risen to them then becomes the knicks we'll therein and so aligning will that then becomes part of the conversation and then part of the communication strategy that you might need to do to make sure that it so that's the first thing about getting clean because it's not in clear in your head then it's obviously not going to clear in someone else's in the second part is about getting your listener audience to care about what you're about to say catalyzing polarize them to move forward and so then just becomes an understanding of this site with your energy or momentum autism whatever and it's managing the social aspects of multiple stakeholders usually for those bigger type movements that's required and so again from a speaking point of view on stage is moral from where I work with but how do you create curiosity and intrigued for them to engage with the content in the first place and then it happens at three levels structural so we don't have the rules all processes or whatever to do that political I'm not interested in doing that because I'm quite comfortable the way it is and social which is really around what's an individual's motivation to contribute to the collective allows everyone before craft a message interact with an individual connect in a meaningful way and still keep to track then becomes the skill of great St what are the primary motivations what's their relationship with you what's their relationship with subject you're about to share and what's their relationship with the context of the world that they ring in terms of their belief to change there's a bunch of principals on nathe communicating general's not that complicated it's having something relevant to say and the ability to hold someone's attention and if you can't do one or the other that tribal instinct I think we biologically inclined to do that so I think it's a skill set it's a valuable skill set that I think we should nurture and cultivate storytelling I talk about communication framework not communication formula because the moment you start getting dogmatic about something is when it lose its effectiveness and that's when it gets annoying because that's when it gets predictable so storytelling and this is what I'd sort of worked out I designed to storytelling framework trouble but it's not binary it's trim you need to work out where you need to be on that spectrum in order to meet the expectations of the listener so when you're in a class that's the great first step to getting that next level of engagement there's a bit of a challenge the analogy I like to use is everyone knows you should we'll do lots of exercise but almost no one does it Tayla and there's a lot of things going on that is a lot of skill yeah it is it gets complicated but not untenable this and its resilience and its flexibility storytelling is not just telling something in a certain way storytelling about understanding what the audience is doing observing what you know what you do with different things and so getting people to do something is a function of understanding what motivates and drives them but also what limits but so storytelling tell me a little bit more about that as you know something you know why you believe it so powerful store feelings powerful partly because do you know if they're not interested in your topic how would you make that more interesting to them for instance it can even be time of day if you're speaking to someone Monday morning they're probably not relevant you shouldn't be saying anything next. One is context understanding where the listeners will these at and how you need to relate to them in a meaningful empathetic way so how they're responding and interacting with them based on that so even though one person speaking to person dynamic I think the ability to uh-huh Greenwich Conversation about climate it catalyze polarized people as a collective to move forward what stops that I find tips you simultaneously address those three aspects as you're communicating that message that then becomes I feel the driver or the biggest chance of moving something forward potentially change absolutely constantly changing if you're not you're missing an opportunity to connect and everything's about human connection storytelling in particular in my world a three specific things content what are you going to say now it's not content is king content but content that's relevant because if you have content your intent for that person do they believe it's a good intent and therefore are they more likely listen to you because intention is pure or good and if you haven't got your college someone else probably also the only has knowledge similar if not the same as that so it's not a differentiating factor anymore so communication is therefore a balanced how are they responding what's this what's your state and what do you want to do or need to do to make sure that they continue to stay engaged with that message which means host the challenge will be people who turn that into formula so they follow for instance Joseph Campbell's here agenda here's Janey literally to the point continual engaged you need to spend more time understanding the audience rather than getting whatever you wanted to say said the middle in order to achieve the expectations of the listener as opposed to I'm just going to say what I know because if you say what you know people weren't necessarily do it and we talk about human connection and if we've chosen all been ignorant not connect them we have the opportunities gone before even stop infamy I often think about that that we have as storyteller and listens if you turn up a classroom you expect to listen but no one expects to be lectured in a social environment so what's through they expect relevance than bone exciting dancing if you're an actor on stage they expect to be entertained that expect information transfer but where do you need to be as much as I understand that will great brands do really will at the environmental level do two things they have a strong position credit disproportionate amount of attention before you should eat we'll do lots and does it also knowledge is arguably because of the Internet largely free so if you have the disability what I what I call the five perspectives that caused some to stay engaged or not I find that this five perspectives that call someone to agree or you have a visceral response when you hear about it so when I say apple or this Tesla or Disney people have this responses to those brands versus any other more loot than Friday afternoon so contacts can be a whole bunch of things that environmental also that impact their ability to observe and the last one is intent which is what is the connection pulling rather than I'm going to start at a I'm going to keep going until like Zid and then we can both partways which is then just talking at someone rather than with someone so yeah and attention right it doesn't matter what your content is it doesn't matter what your context is because they're not going to believe you would trust you in the first place so it's about understanding that dynamic that makes the storytelling more storyteller that makes you lean in that you've you really as an audience member you are listening there and three undermine your message unim- on everything you have even though you message might be sound and the message like I said curiosity intrigue else in the market but the mock debates what people perceive of you so for instance at the moment there's a royal commission so if you're in banking you're not sane is the same light as you were and obviously then even with our listing there's a there's a two way interaction so what's the curiosity and intrigued unity crate because that opens the door for them to kind of explore the I think a lot of people do it the other way round like are going to say something and then I'm going to continue to say talk the end if they're responding if they're engaging if they're interested then using jobs in this area but even brands like Apple Tesla Disney do an amazing job you know it wasn't that long ago where if apple launched a product people camp outside the store without whether so how do you match that dynamic of what that listener is expecting so that you can unleash initiate that meaningful engagement it's only at that point aside twenty years ago if you're in banking nothing you can do it but that's the environment you're in next level down is organization which is what does that organization doing to distinguish itself meaningful engagement all those sorts of things the last level of the bottom level the most important one that supports everything's the audience and what do you need to do in order for I that's what credibility is established as well that's where intent becomes really important as well because if your trying to sell at someone it's off putting he's holding so that's environment from a commotion point of view it's obvious stuff market market size market duration which raises going what's the sentiment that's other stuff brands distinguished one of the first thousand owners you could pay upfront but you had to pay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and it sold out so there were thousands does so there isn't a gap because if there's a gap this distraction and potentially doubt and both of those will undermine your credibility great what you're saying the first one is environment that's your world midst there will and so they need to believe that you understand there will your industry that went trust your message the problem is most people choose to ignore those top three lights and so what do we need to do or say and it can even be a sentence that addresses and I think great brands need underestimate the power of bottom up relationships and so what do we need to do to nurture that

fifty thousand dollars eighteen minutes twenty years
The New Kids Are Good

The Isles Faithful Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

The New Kids Are Good

"Daddy what are you doing we're recording a podcast. He's listening islander fans are listening where are they right here looked really good solid out there understandably maybe not understandably depending on which side of the fence he sat sincerely right out of the gate this kid was engaged he skated hard he went to the dirty areas he had a couple of shots he unleashed at Howitzer hip and what we saw the other afternoon against the Stanley Cup champion Saint Louis Blues Boy Chuck through it all out there blocked shots Winnipeg so we'll see what happens there then we go to Oliver Wallstrom who his first game was this Monday afternoon against the Saint Louis Blues and oops against Edmonton Eighteen minutes ten seconds verse Carolina Had Nineteen Shifts Thirteen minutes fifty two seconds of ice time couple of shots has two games since he's been up with the islanders of the six that they've played and they've been rotating johnny boy check in and out obviously for that veteran leader to sit and record I do have a couple of guests lined up here in the near future so this is just to get us caught up over the last couple of games uh of a wrist shot as much as it went wide but he was really really really solid you just noticed him whether it was defensive play or whether it was just leaney but as you guys know follow me on twitter my stepson is extremely involved in travel baseball and fall ball has really been kicking and he just looked fantastic engaged with hits and we had a couple of hits to just awesome he eighteen shifts fifteen minutes shots obviously not at the NHL level but they still hurt so to see him hobbled around and then come right back out without missing a shift is good especially given everything that he's gone points Whether or not that is over this next little bit here with the two game road trip I know they play tomorrow this is episode number thirty seven today is Wednesday October sixteenth two thousand nineteen and we are going to catch up on and played two games assists three shots he's been averaging fifteen minutes of ice time he had twenty four let's hear and I've not really been home much during the week between Middle School sports and then travel sports on the weekends so this is the first opportunity both these guys are recent draft picks of the New York islanders good to see them both get some game time action obviously no adoption to the Isles vapours podcast with your host Michael Shirley Line Hello and welcome back to the Isles faithful podcast he was hurt he mentioned that in the pre in the interview with Shannon Hogan that felt great to block that shot you could see his sarcasm there. I've blocked lot of things that have occurred since the last time we spoke now I I wished to have gotten another episode out after the last one with Jeff Kaplan is trying to get the offense going he stick handled through a couple of Saint Louis players and got to the you know slot area to take a shot here the last little while but obviously we wanna see more of what Dobson can do and I'm sure Barry Trots will get him back in there at some Nebula is hurt also cases Ezekiel is well I know that both of those players did not skate this morning or so let's get right into it obviously we had two players make their NHL debuts over the last couple of games one in no adopts in the other one dollar for Wall Street of ice time and he was credited with two shots as much as I thought it could have been a little bit more he really didn't look out of place at all was awesome to see I know he had a couple of good games down in bridgeport which is what made the call possible on top of the fact that the last three he's plus three in his six during the season he's shooting a whole lot more he's got fifteen through six he skating as well as he's return for a couple more days but ever lays day to day obviously they haven't really said much on that injury front so that's another little area to see as he has over the course of his previous seasons here in the NHL and he's back to drawing those penalties he keeps US feet moving he sees where goes how about matthew bars elbow that kid has just turned it on here the last couple of games he has a goal and two assists the islanders scored late then they tied late with the empty net now I was driving during this I caught the first two periods during lunch went down we thought it could have been something bad the way that he acted but didn't even miss shift got right back out there and obviously we we already know what happened there was to draw one or two attackers to him and he gets hauled down granted a lot of stuff goes on call to which we saw against Saint Louis he got slashed in the back of the knee this afternoon per Andrew Grosso Modo see what happens on that front now I know that Zeke is on I r and he's not going to be eligible or at this point but Matthew Brazelle keys in there for the game tying goal finally shooting the puck like I mentioned previously they force overtime overtime is matthew bars l. time it really is he gets the puck they just keep the opposition it's just a matter of now putting it together in string forty let's start with forty minutes of strong play and you know they're lucky to be five the energy was just there you know they didn't really play well for stretches of the game which through six here now the season they haven't really played complete sick beats Bennington boom game over makes the islanders win and reach five hundred obviously that's pretty important so you got to look at the goal tending to now I know on twitter over the weekend the island islander St yet and I'm sure Berry Trots is fully aware of that I'm sure he's brought that up in the post game and to the media so I mean they've had good twenty minutes stretches but I was driving when they tied it up or even with the Nelson Gold to draw within one I actually pulled over and I watched the rest of the game on my phone because I could tell of missing Robin Leonard as well we obviously don't know what happened there whether the team didn't really WANNA take a chance on him as a finalist multiple times you gotta give him a couple more games he's obviously not doing as well as grace grace looks just as solid as he did be a we're going to have to see what happens trots has said that he will ride the hot goaltender this season he really has so that's good to see some stats here on Varma love and also grace grace has two wins one in their zone and just make them chase chase chase and wouldn't you know it Barzel head up around the net sees devante their tapes honestly I I like what I've seen from both goaltenders obviously grace's started a little stronger than Varlamov it's just GonNa Doubt Obviously Mitch Korn Appear Greco had had their eyes set on him and he's a visit accountable caliber goaltender as well he he finished number one up until we got down to the playoffs in he Kinda Road Leonard they're down the stretch until he put grace in there arena new arenas we should say at this point I mean they haven't really played in Brooklyn right so they will once they come back from their little road trip we mentioned could draw in we don't really know all that's going to happen there we also have the injuries and roster he's got a three point one six goals against such a little bit higher and a nine o five save percentage which is you know a little bit lower than crisis well so maybe this but he's minus three and six games Josh Bailey always solid he's really come into his own is a hockey player here later in his career obviously the matchups in Winnipeg's favor you have the long changes we'll see what happens there it's a matter of which team they announced as we mentioned previously on the last episode over the summer or previous there last summer rather they tried to trade for Varlamov and didn't work think traditionally that the islanders really have a hard time with is those matinee games but look they only needed a couple of minutes of the third period and us he's got a two point two seven goals against with a nine twenty five save percentage whereas Varma love is improving and he needs more time but he got his first win as an islander against Florida the score those goals because there defensively sound team for the most part they're not really GONNA win many one goal games and then we have down yeah I know he's in the second year of that extension but he's got two goals two assists for four points he's a minus one devante two goals to assist aimed shows up and I know we've said that it's been common thread here but it's one of those things you you can't really change no adopts in we're going to be facing the Winnipeg jets or where as in there I always make that mistake and the jets are have gotten some defenders back here it's not going to be has easy of a time as it was last week when we played them at home it's always a different game when you're on the road you got and we all know what happened unfortunately with that situation now I know like my voice trailing off and stuff a little bit here up and down the islanders roster right now you've got a couple of guys that are going unsurprisingly is brock tober forever Brock Nelson has three goals in to us not really doing what we thought he could be doing obviously you know he's kind of adjusting to the system and everything I thought the game fans in general were really down on our model of get this guy out of here the islanders made a bad choice we Miss Robin letter look I'm in the it's not really a number one or number two situation it's just going to be whoever is playing well we'll get written for stretches and we saw that last year he's been hesitant to really named on Monday he looked the most engaged as he has he has taken a couple dump penalties over the last few games but you know he had some good parkway all scoring obviously this has been a little bit of an issue for the New York islanders last season and it looks like it's continuing to kind of be an issue a minute and a half of overtime to kind of get that going and it was pretty exciting so we'll see what happens here now the goal with clutter Baku's looked pretty solid as well he's been banging bodies all over the ice Derek charred look the prettiest as far as goalscoring but he has had a few shots on net he's been engaged he's hit from where he was last year I know he had a great camp is one of those things you know it just not the entire team doesn't ever seem like it's Eh goalscorer Dow coal as well he looked really good on Monday I know he has been the center of attention mainly because right him getting hurt Andres lease got two goals he's a plus one boy chuck one goal one assist minus one Matt Martin who's been scratched The last two games has one goal no adoption had that pretty pass in that feed for a little tap in Gopher Matt Martin who was good to see even my thoughts I'm not feeling well I actually have been sick the last couple of days but I wanted to get this out because I felt like it was important now Erkin he was digging down in the corner which he's had a game or two where he has looked good like that this is a matter of again hopefully him finding his game and Johnson and and a bunch of different lineup decisions that Barry Trots is going to have to make obviously they they strung it together the end of the Saint Louis Game on Monday afternoon seems to be coming from the points they're telegraphing their shots not really moving the puck quick enough to to get it on net they've gotten the puck deep when he's on the ice I mean that's good to see it's a matter of hopefully him again this is a common theme here it seems finding his game two goals two assists he's been amazing he's actually even on the plus minus devante jobs plus two we obviously spoke about Matthew uh-huh although you know Tarasenko did score on the power play the other night but it's Tarasenko so what can you do I also have him in fantasy so have the they keep firing the puck on net a little unhappy with how they're not really generating in the royal roads so to speak a lot of stuff work with everything Jim Hiller had the maple leafs power-play clicking at a very high rate last season so it's GonNa take obviously we don't really know what's going to happen with the Fourth Line There Leo Camera as a center or I think he's a wing to center right so he he's been on that fourth line going at the same time it always it starts drips and drabs and I don't know it's it's strange situation as we're recording brown they have really generated a whole lot of opportunities to draw some penalties so whether that can I know that I don't have specific numbers in front of me I probably should but they've moved the puck well they boil down to the referees are calling that particular game or if the islanders are not skating hard enough to draw I mean obviously the first a couple of games of the season were not the greatest for them they did manage that one win against Winnipeg where they scored a bunch of goals to but if your ch- chase kinda get going a little bit as well boy chuck I know had that Canon of a shot the other night with his awesome gun celebration those pretty cool to see Anthony Bo Villa Solid on the back end I love it when the defense is activated he's one of those guys that is all over the place on the ice I really wish he would the team plays a little harder in front of Greis than they do with Pharma love maybe it's a little bit of nerves in in a new thing in a new area namely leaves for Winnipeg per trots I think they're gonNA miss the trip right now that's the indication they'll stay back Casey is probably the closest if he feels good then we'll have this game time situations something else that's pretty important Arthur staple had written in his most recent athletic article the islanders last year and fame we'll have to wait and see if the wait and see the power play what about the powerplay it's looked better they've had a couple of good looks and you know you have Wallstrom being spoken about right now

Isles Winnipeg baseball NHL Edmonton Barry Trots Jeff Kaplan Oliver Wallstrom Saint Louis Carolina Ezekiel Michael Shirley Line Shannon Hogan Middle School New York Dobson fifteen minutes fifty two seconds Eighteen minutes
Ep 2 | Discrepancies

Murder in Oregon

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Ep 2 | Discrepancies

"In a future ravaged by climate change and fossil fuel dependency a special heuristic horror and intrigue each short-form episode drags the listener through our media saturated and doyle each on the iheartradio APP apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast I told you that Mike was annot hostage personality and he told me in one thousand nine hundred seventy six the story about the assistant attorney general they were transport boxes what they would call us some shit like that if people was in front and the guy was in back and they pulled a knife on Mike and put it to stroke in the car you got my Wallet Fakih Yes driving Mike Frankie jumped from a moving vehicle to avoid becoming a victim it's Susan with a knife at his throat if you kill me or cut me at least I've got a chance way of you do anything and everything to get out of the situation regardless that's where the mic Frankie Ism came in because you don't know if the son of a vicious except Mike gives us shit about anything there steel out of a state car because Michael Frank is very physical and he knew how to handle himself but to me that's given Mike size that something would have gotten dented whether he was big Molise Clawson Mike's Assistant Director told me she was instructed to go to the I said everything looks exactly the way it did this afternoon lunch breath Michael in his car this afternoon and at least you know whatever I check out and this is murdering Oregon I can remember very close growing up a lot of stuff together ran away together committed two blocks up to a water tower could see the house anymore we got scared went home play ball together and it was a huge neighbor this is after the war the energy of bounded and the Frankie household but both parents were quick to reel it in which really gets on your dad's got a mess to clean up what against Christ pat by Kevin and Mike was Jesus Christ tent Mike Breath in his mind would have to go through the step category because he was so enraged it's also easy to see where Mike's Voice Guy and trustworthy loyal helpful friendly courteous certainly didn't support him and his good friend with his friend bulldog was his name getting no beef with so he goes away to college second year I think he came ever drink hard liquor he sucked drinking hard liquor ago no consuming tasks him on the shoulder and says aren't you Mike Franken he turned around this report defined Russell serve the beginning of the West it's cowboy country well Yeah Patten Mike not Kevin Edge by climate change and fossil fuel dependency especially gentle world's largest oil corporation each short-form episode drags listener through our media saturated world inspired by underwater apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast in the early reports of Mike's murder that much more glaring Kevin Remembers Persson told me on the phone when I was in Florida that he'd been shot I would trigger a memory about something Mike told Kevin over the phone when discussing his worked for him and I said why don't you just fire him and he says I can't fire me doesn't work for me as for shadowed the tone for the investigation according to fell Stanford once Kevin got out there he called him and then Peterson never returned to call and he was GonNa get Phil also explains the office dynamic and makeup within the Department Frankie had already informed others that he didn't another very significant member of the corrections department replaced and and we're talking about Scott mcallister who was the AG lawyer who had department of Corrections officers on the outs with Frankie comes through what Dan I talked about first morning I got in here and identify berm of corrections Scott mcallister is a key player and Scott was our Assistant AG and Russia I have confidence in his recommendation something to that effect he was not out more loyal to him and the old boys system than Frankie especially I think he made a number of people in the department uncomfortable probably the head of there's up until then and it wasn't probably going to be the case for him Dave had a very strong grasp on that kind of information those kind of details uncomfortable feeling about Dick Peterson I didn't have a lot of confidence in Oh of course now but he always from former state representative chuck sides the tourists through the prison was so in side the prison I saw Khodr inside doing if he got a stair from some it harsher terms that I described and we go back to walking expecting to find Mike Spotty that night just not where it wound up there was supposed and that he finds out that he's dead that he was shot when he wanted Cali with him as a witness and he walked into the Dome building expecting to is no bike there and there's no blood cranny going all the way up to the third floor yet they missed Mike just that the window hadn't been broken out and they're broken pieces of glasses in that rule they tried to call Dave Collie who was assistant director in charge of a financial matters turns sure and he came in you have to remember Collie was the last guy in the eight thirty nine something like that and it's sort of remarkable he went to see if he was there it's hard to explain why his explanation Michael Frankie had committed suicide he was distraught Pietersen decrease from came by the Dome Golden and it was pretty stoic he came into my office and thank his wife to the airport today she's Leaving me and I wish we were in the same session because I think he was gonna be in the Senate testifying and I was going to be in the is to practice with him later that day I did at the end of the day when I was done on went in but back to the meticulous search story which local television reporter Eric Mason searches have been made several times all over the building and for some strange rushed through the glass and tried to open the door with his own hand and Kevin takes issue ooh kind of odd but at least Clawson offers another you were walking up the main front steps you couldn't see what was on to come forward in in this case was a janitor by the name order January seventeenth he had just gotten off work and had left into his left about forty feet down and sounded like someone had across the field they're the grounds a tour of the old Salem Hospital and some real problems right off the top because first of all hunts Acre this guy would have been NBA quality but more than that the second for P. wasn't staggering he didn't seem to be any sort of distress to try they got hunt sacred to say that he was walking briskly back to the the Dome Building but but it wasn't Michael Frankie plus the hottest podcast of the last year the Ron Burgundy podcast disgrace link and podcasts over two hundred eighty thousand podcasts all easy to find and free to soon after the murder of another mysterious figure emerged the night of the murder too many specifics but they said he was a eh olive skin and he was seeing in the Dome building at six when he turned a corner and there was a woman who worked in personnel surprise because she'd he went that direction he was wearing a dark suit and women thought it was a pinstripe the murder after it was locked and no one knows who he is surely which brings us first thing what was planned planned that he was supposed I don't know if they knew that he always used the North Portico doors of the main entry oh him and now he's getting loose and have to stop him could have been stabbed in plain sight his car which was parked in a spot reserved the patent. Kevin agreed to take me there so I could see it in person you brothers the Dome Building has become a memorial for Mike and the Department of corrections candles and a framed plaque that reads in memory of Oregon Department of Corrections take a look at that it's gorgeous dedicated statue's Reese and Sarah Kane lamp we left one year with because throughs don't governed by we make the memorial in open lease clause in came out over here saw his sitting open side door claiming made sense that he would have already been up there yes on blood splatter evidence and he also invented the fingerprint rush system city blood spatters that started right about where the clean that car and the top Kooning sport gaining tips came in about possible killers and at least two involved mention of right here one hundred fifty feet I don't agree even one drop of blood this was cordoned off and then everything became the guard who found the body went up and immediately came here in waiting for the cops crash unit came from the Fire Department and there was work then they had to wait for the state police crime lab truck I think when that decision was made then you eliminate being able the money and watch were still on his person his briefcase in computer us four legged mouse what he would have had and what he did had a they would have held the meat of the corruption investigation and they weren't he's he added down in Florida when he came to visit in fact it also had room that if chill amounts of office paperwork which seems to have disappeared too there shredded and apparently they were shredded the day after Mike Spotty and I think he called somebody and it got reported why do they go in tentative chuck sides is still bothered by a conversation he had with Mike weeks before remark well at least it wasn't a gun he goes you don't understand a nice far dangerous and a he was taken out exactly like that and that was the ironic thing that happened aw standard questions you ever seen anything Mike have any drug habits my needed stuff like that dude but kind of drugs did recreational drug steady ebb not only would state police officer Lauren Glover and pitted because of it absolutely Dale Pearman glover both denied the family being didn't raise her concerns you didn't raise your concerns and yet there was concerns that he was targeted absolutely and it wasn't until we up three days later to talk to Renfro who is the head about the organized criminal element and that he had to clean house and identifies got four days Shen ignored that when he finally got Mike's Autopsy all the arrogance that those fucking bastards is what grips me to this day insist use a bunch of criminals political uh-huh frappes with a disturbing passed Akkad producers are no Brown Law Rep gieco and Phil Stanford supervising producer music written and performed by the Diamond Street players and mixed by Taylor Sha coin with If you want to know deputy going on right now well I've got just the podcast for eighteen minutes every weekday morning I'll catch you up on what just happened with the help of other buzzfeed eight on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen.

Kevin doyle one hundred fifty feet eighteen minutes forty feet three days four days one year
Jane Dill's Quarantine Concerto

SWU Soul Stories

00:00 sec | 7 months ago

Jane Dill's Quarantine Concerto

"Misfielded so gracious with her and her talents and she said she didn't wait near G. She's a lie she is she is ready to just boat out of the stargate and so we just sell us has been going on and we just wanted the few minutes. Just give you some respite from what you're going through year you're in your house and so many things going on maybe your home in a bunch of kids running around for a few moments whether you're watching this live related. Just give you a break. This give you a sense of relief. And so we got requests for many of you and share what some of those requests are and then. She is going to do what she does. Best and so. Hey thanks for being with us today and I present you. Feser J deal thanking he so for those of you that have been around for a while. You know that something that I enjoy doing is taking requests when we're in a group setting so obviously we're not all here today but some of you have sin in request so when I like to do is put those into a medley. I want to also give a shout out to my friend Mack Frampton. Who Does the same kind of thing when he does concerts so I really admire him and so this is a lot of fun and another thing I want to say? Is that one of the songs that probably I get requested. Most is great balls of fire. That was started by former president of Swu under David spittle and so now. It is a tradition that every time. I want these medleys that end with that Particular Song. So have no fear. That's all we played today now so I want to give you a little all I have. I don't have any music in front of me. I just have a list of the songs that were submitted on line and so they are not in any particular order. I am going to start with the sacred things first and then we'll go on from there but some of them would include things like Jesus loves me it is well with Soul Holy Holy Holy. I also get a lot of requests for rhapsody in blue. Obviously can't play is eighteen minutes long. So what be playing but just a little bit of that. You might hear something from Phantom Clair de Lune. Someone requested all by myself so I think most of the things are pretty familiar and I hope that you enjoy this as much as I have enjoyed putting these songs together in a medley for you today so sit back and relax and I hope you have a good time aw mark Burn Burn Hey thanks everybody for watching. Stay safe out there.

Mack Frampton David spittle Phantom Clair de Lune Misfielded president Swu eighteen minutes
Psynautical Episode 2 Coronapocalypse Special

Psynautical

00:00 sec | 7 months ago

Psynautical Episode 2 Coronapocalypse Special

"Hey everyone this jared This Zara Look Tori sponsorship audio blurb desist to tell people that I use anchor Wits knocks an APP. You can use on leave iphone android Gary Computer and they're it's all connected account. It's very easy to do You can make money from it and there's no minimums there's no nothing to sign up for pay for And automatically distributes it to a bunch of different platforms of all to Spotify apple podcasts. In a lot more The fruit the APP is available on Itunes store android and you can also go to the website which is anchored dot. Fm to get started. Everyone I just wanted to do a quick episode on the Krona Virus in current apocalypse. That's what I'm naming and I'm not trying to make light of it Just trying to Maybe I'm a little bit there is podcast did Just put out a recent episode. It's ten the Pharisees Podcast believe you can find it on a number of different platforms spotify spotify when I listened to but there's also itunes a bunch of ones and he actually has even if you don't WanNA listen to it there's a bunch of links below into show description on how you can help and different things I have picked up a few things done a little. Bit of research There isn't still yet anything. That's like a definitive cure preventive. Like help you out one hundred percent on the earth and things. I think you can do to maybe increase your chances in kind of create some buffer but isn't isn't a cure all it isn't a cure is vaccine of any kind A lot of this Kind of basic common sense and stuff but some of it's a little bit more elaborate getting good sleep is is Is always a good thing eating healthy diet? I'm trying to avoid You know. Processed foods sugar desserts if at all possible You know as far as supplements go good Multivitamin Zinc people donate is actually also a good forum like highly A good high quality one that's easily absorbed either. Be Somo Like or liquid or even like a suppository. We can Vitamin D. You can take around. Probably five thousand six thousand. I U I would try to get good quality one that is Not Derived from Soy In Vitamin C. You can actually take up to ten grams a day I would divide it up because if you take it all at once it will give you diarrhea Also another thing is that you know with all this downtime. There's a lot of time to kind of work on yourself work on your health. Which is what I've been doing a lot of Daily Habits Get into an weekly habits. Such as like meditating Taking Gut binders drinking. Lots of water. there's a few other things like doing weekly coffee enema and other stuff like that I would say and for a Lotta people especially those that are have kind of severe health issues. Like me This isn't really new. It's kind of typical for us. So it's not like we go out already so if you feel like connect with others that you know I mean you don't have research Iran person. He no they will offer some advisory. Maybe they'd probably just lonely and they need someone to talk to Zinc actually can help fight against viruses From a natural path I went to recently. He told me that. The there's a anti malarial drug that is being kind of anecdotally Us for Fighting Krono virus and what that allows is actually for the zinc to get into the cells of the. I guess the cells are actually the the virus and kill it If you could go good quality zinc pickle in a on around thirty milligrams. You should be fine common. You don't need to take this anti malarial drug There are several different herbs that protect against viral infections. I'm mostly familiar with the count and Support Protocol There's a lot of different herbs in those that are pretty commonly used for antiviral. But also antibacterial and few other things well to I can't think of one off the top of my head But I did find. I just briefly did some research. There are some herbs that will protect and help fight against viruses These herbs such as Oregano sage. Basil Fennel Garlic Limbaugh peppermint Rosemary ECHINACEA some bouquets liquorice in stragglers stragglers. I think that's a Ginger Johnson and Dandelions Also the thing is things that might help is just Stained will hydrated Especially if you do get sick or worried about juicing. I think that's a great way to kind of hydrate your body as well as get extra kind of vitamins and minerals and nutrients into your body Any I just try to kind of make the most of it. Don't try to go out too much unless you really have to What was I saying And don't poor. I mean there's nothing wrong with prepping kind of can yourself ready Kind of more focused on food and stuff like that and getting if he can As well too. But that's it for this episode out highly recommend checking out the Timothy ferriss episode on. I don't want to kind of go over what he's already begun over It's only I think eighteen episodes or eighteen minutes long so quickly but he also has a bunch of links in show notes on things to help ways to help Everyone hang in there. I don't know when this episode will exactly be Kind of Broadcast right. Now I'm recorded on the twenty six because I'm recording a few episodes before start Publishing podcast But I hope everyone was all take care Feel free to reach out to me And hopefully soon they'll get a better handle on this we start normally but I'll see you later. Talk to you later bye.

Spotify cure Itunes jared iphone Timothy ferriss Us dot Iran Ginger Johnson Oregano one hundred percent eighteen minutes ten grams
Teen Podcast Episode 07  Reformation, Withdrawal and Relapse

Magnify Him Together

11:14 min | 1 year ago

Teen Podcast Episode 07 Reformation, Withdrawal and Relapse

"One this match accent with the McAfee together podcast this episode number seven today, we are continuing the series. Be holy today is part three or five and the title of this sodas, reformation withdrawal and relapse. We each need to reform our lives. Now, what does it mean to reform? Well, the Oxford dictionary defines reformation as making changes and something especially institution practice in order to improve it. So reformation is about making changes to improve to accomplish the mission statement to be like God, we must have a mindset of continuous improvement. You see God doesn't want us the way we are. He wants us to change to improve. In other words, he wants us to reform to become godly in our thinking, and in our conduct now, spiritual reformation as about making changes to align. Our lives with God. Gods? Standard of holiness. And this requires two things first we must remove sin from our life. And Secondly, we must filler lies with godly thoughts actions and service if we're going to add godly things to our life. We must let other things go both are required. And this pattern is demonstrated and the reformers of the bible, some of the notable reforms of the bible are Jacob Rahab. Joshua Gideon Samuel ace to Hasha fat has a Kaya and Joe cya, and in each of these individuals, circumstances spiritual reformation involved removing sin from the lives of the individuals or the nation and replacing it with godly thoughts, actions and service. So how do we set about reforming our lives? How do we make changes to align? Our lives with God's standard of holiness. Well it begins by starting. Good habits that put God first and stopping bad habits that feed the works of the flesh. Now, we need to understand a little bit about how our brains work when it comes to making and breaking habits, and what we're going to talk about next is based on material that was published in a book called atomic habits, which was written by James clear and what he says in his research on habit. Formation is that good habits begin by starting with an incredibly small habit. And this is because our motivation rises and falls. And so to make a good habit. You want to pick one that doesn't need a lot of motivation to do. So instead of trying to do ninety minutes of bible study start with just ten minutes make easy enough that you can get it done without a lot of motivation. This helps to ensure that the habit will be consistent and sustainable after starting with an incredibly small habit. Then went to increase. Your habit in very small ways. So start small and then gradually improve willpower motivation will increase which will make it easier to stick to your habit for good. So you want to start reading your scriptures more start with one single verse than at another verse each day until you're reading a chapter a day as you build up break the habits into chunks because if you continue increasing your habit, you'll find yourself increasing very quickly within just a few months, but it's important to keep each habit reasonable. So that you can maintain momentum and make the behavior as easy as possible to accomplish. So break big habits down. If your goal is to build up to ninety minutes of bible study each week five days of eighteen minutes each might be easier to accomplish instead of doing ninety minutes at one time research has shown that missing your habit once has no measurable impact on your long term. Progress? So when you slip get back on track quickly never miss twice because it breaks momentum and missing twice is the start of a new habit as we had never to make good habits. We need to be patient and stick to a pace that we can sustain. They're going to be patient is perhaps the most critical skill of all you can make incredible progress. If you're consistent and patient new habits should feel easy especially in the beginning. And if you stay consistent and continue increase in your habit. It will get hard enough fast enough. Make a good habit requires that we prime the environment, which means that we prepare our environment to enable successful outcome. Make it an easier to do the new habit. So if we want to read a crystal fume book put it on the pillow, so that there when we go to bed if we want to listen to a series of bible talks on the bus or during our commute, then prime the environment by downloading and. Making a playlist on your phone on the weekend. So that it's ready for Monday morning you to memorize a bible verse primed environment by putting it in your lunchbox put it somewhere in your car. Maybe on the fridge the bathroom year or as your phone background. If we could do these things then the chances of sustaining and establishing a consistent habit will be much greater now. What about breaking a bad habit? Breaking bad habits begins with awareness when does your bad habit, actually happen. How many times do you do each day? Where are you who are you with what triggers behavior and causes it to start? So once you're aware of your bad habit. How do you break? We'll begin by choosing a substitute for your bad habit. Whatever it is. And whatever you're dealing with you need to have a plan for what you will do instead of your bad habit. And you have to cut out as many triggers as possible. Make it easier on yourself to break bad habits by voiding the things that caused them. Next increase the amount of friction of takes for you to respond and follow through on the trigger to your bad habit. So for example, if you ever problem with the internet and stall an internet content filter increase the amount of effort that it takes in order to follow through with the behavior joined forces with somebody don't go at it alone. Instead pair up with someone and worked together knowing that someone else expects you to be better as a powerful motivator surround yourself with people who live the same way. Don't underestimate the power of good godly examples as you're trying to break bad habit and visualize yourself, succeeding, whatever the bad habit. Is that you're looking to break visualize yourself, overcoming it? Not an effort to start. Good habits and stop bad habits. One simple effective thing. You can do to keep a habit tracker creates visual cue that can remind you to act. And it's motivating to see the progress that you are making additionally it satisfied to record your success in the moment. And so you could buy habit journal or download an app which will keep track of your habits, and you can see how well you're doing. And how consistent you are. With the good habits that you're trying to begin. And you can also use this habit tracker to measure what you don't do habits of avoidance those behaviors that you're trying to avoid some good daily habits that you could track would be reading a page out of Christophe book or reading of verse or chapter out of the bible or praying or meditating. These are just a few examples of daily habits that could be tracked and a journal or an app so that is reformation seeking to align. Our lives with God standard of holiness by replacing sin with godly thoughts, actions and service, and that really begins by starting good habits and stopping bad habits. Now, here's the reality replacing bad habits. As hard, and we will experience withdrawal, you see spiritual reformation will be opposed by our nature when you stop feeding. The flesh gets more hungry at first, and this is because the mind of the flesh is at war with the mind of the spirit. And so we need to be realistic in our expectations and be ready for the temptation to give in or give up as we experienced withdrawal, as we are undergoing reformation, and so as we are in the midst of withdrawal, let us seek help from God his word and each other and focus on the good habits that we are trying to establish focus on making so many good habits that there won't be any room for the bad habits to creep back in because we are not perfect on this side of the kingdom are effort to sustain spiritual reformation in our lives will not always be successful. We will relapse we will stumble in the pursuit of holiness. And this is because. As we are forgetful and return to what is easy and natural. Now when we find ourselves relapsing and instead of developing good godly habits. We find ourselves feeding bad habits we need to turn to God for help and open his word for guidance. We must remind ourselves of the mission statement to be like God, which is to fulfill his purpose of filling the earth with his glory. And as we relapsed, we must examine and be aware of our shortcomings and dentist by where. We're not doing good godly habits and redouble our efforts to reinstitute them to focus on good habits because they will replace bad habits. And so example, why there was failure make plan to avoid future failures eliminate triggers or find somebody to help hold you accountable each circumstance will be different according to your own unique challenges, but either way we must bounce back. Quickly, improv Schefter, twenty four. Or sixteen. We're told that the righteous fall seven times and rises again. And what's notable here is that the righteous falls? And so we will we will relapse, but each time the righteous rises again. And this is because there is forgiveness with the Lord being wholly requires effort on our part, and we need to make a conscious effort to change our thinking and conduct to be godly. We have to fill our minds with God's word learning to hate evil and love good. And as considered in this episode. We must be motivated to with the help of our father make changes in our lives, which will bring us closer to him. We need to reform our lives change to improve and in the process of reforming be realistic knowing that we will experience withdrawal and overcome those relapses so that we can stay the course as we await the day of our Lord's return. Thanks for listening. Please join us again next time for part four in this series. Be holy entitled. Your plan for Eunice.

McAfee Joshua Gideon Samuel James Christophe improv Schefter Kaya Joe cya ninety minutes eighteen minutes ten minutes five days
Discussing Simon Lancaster's TEDx Talk: "Speak Like a Leader."

Hacking Your Leadership

00:00 sec | 11 months ago

Discussing Simon Lancaster's TEDx Talk: "Speak Like a Leader."

"No role place. Just real criminal. Renzo share four decades of combined experience to help you become a more effective leader. We've never really as workforce workforce spent a lot of time on making sure. Developing good leaders will be able to share stories experience. Mistakes failures successes your leadership. Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and a Lorenzo Lorenzo welcome to December. Yes here we are the holiday. The months have arrived. Can you believe that. Not only this this year but like we're pushing the end of a decade. It's Kinda crazy like just thinking of The nineties these than the two thousand dollars an hour to get into twenty twenty. I know right like did. The hens didn't really have an identity. The way the eighties and the nineties do and I think part of it's because it's harder to say like you you people say the two thousands but that's like a thousand years. That's not ten years I've had conversation with people worth almost awkward to try to try to define it but I'm hoping looking backward. We'll be able to do that in a few years just like it's hard to define the nineties when we were in them. You had to kind of look back GER so If for people who've been listening to Louis I since the beginning the first year that we did hacking your leadership we did our holiday hacks and then last year for the holiday season we took some time off because I had some pretty major surgery and we started talk a few months ago about what to do for this holiday season and what we came up with is based on some really cool feedback that we got from a lot of our listeners who have reached out out to us many times asking about. I watched this video on Youtube. I saw this person speak. What do you think about what they had to say? Some of what they had to say aligns with us. Some of it's different than what you have to say you. And what are your thoughts on how I think I probably get a DM or an email. Maybe once a month is related to a youtube video. That one of our listeners saw and they want to know our opinion on it so so Lorenzo started talking about this and we decided that for the month of December for every Monday. We're GONNA be talking about some really popular leadership videos on Youtube and and so what we did is we did a search for the word leadership and we looked at the video that had the most number of views on youtube that we're about leadership now some of them weren't actually about leadership and so toss those out. They had the leadership in the title or they claimed leadership that they really weren't and we wanted to focus on the ones that were actually about leadership happen so for the next five Mondays. We're GONNA be picking the the top five videos on Youtube that are about leadership and talking about one on each Monday and so for the very first one we're GONNA be talking about the video called speak like a leader by Simon Lancaster. It's a video and this video has just under three million million views on youtube and I'd seen it once before about a year ago was published about three and a half years ago. And we're GONNA talk about this video and then next Monday and subsequently we'll we'll talk about the number four through three number one on the final Monday of of of December so first of all Lorenzo. Wha What did you think about this video when you first saw it it was interesting because you know similar it was you know Simon Lancaster's one of the world's top speechwriters so it really is about speechwriting and language and the importance of words words and patterns and and how basically sound like a leader was kind of the idea here Ryan so when I when I I clicked on it Like I do with a lot of Ted talks. Is you kind of the title. And then they kind of have that format and that story and you kind of want to stay committed to the first couple of minutes to kind of get into you know what is the content really about and What what I enjoyed about it was it was very entertaining and engaging which would make a lot of sense? 'cause the guy's a speechwriter and so I it just made a lot of sense in in not only his content but what he was doing so I know. We're GONNA Kinda dig into what I took away from it. What you took away from it but what I loved was not the only? Did he talk about this idea in theory but he actually then applied it in real time with the audience kind of by the end of the video. Yeah so when I first started watching this one on. I didn't think it was about leadership. I thought it was going to be one of the ones that got tossed out because to me speaking like a leader when he first starts talking about it. He's more talking about speaking You know in a convincing way. He wants to try to you. Know get an audience to believe what you believe He's talking about it from the standpoint of he's a speechwriter for politicians and we know a lot of politicians that aren't necessarily great leaders like they're not just because you can speak well to somebody or to a group of people doesn't necessarily make you a great leader and and but by the end of it I started to get the impression that okay. It actually is speaking like a leader because if a person can't do these things they're unlikely to get people to follow them and so i. I actually kind of agree that while it might be in a roundabout way that these things that he's talking about the the he talks about what what. He refers to his rhetoric the ability to create a convincing argument in the way that you talk and he goes through six different items that he that he walks you through about what leaders do do and how leaders use these six elements of rhetoric in order to convince people that their way's the right way and he's preface it by saying these are all lies all all of these all of these ways that leaders do these things are all allies. And that's when I started to get lost. That's when I started to think well. If you're a leader why would you WANNA be lying to your people apple and we'll talk about you know just truly a front with them and if you look at by definition is it a lie in that it is. It's an exaggeration. It's a metaphor. It's creating these elements that make them more convincing story. It's not lying from from a standpoint of telling somebody something isn't true it's using words embellishments in order to build a story to tell a story so that people WanNa follow you and so I don't necessarily think that this heart he might have said you know it does about lying to your people. It's not really about lying. It's so funny that you mentioned that because that was one of the things that I took away as well and I kind of you know kind of themed as language matters and you no words that come from a leader can mean so much to their people in many times as a leader. You don't realize how much your words matter but to your point about exaggeration John and I see this with leaders from time to time where you know so much. Exaggeration can kind of cause the boy who cried Wolf Syndrome. where it's like everything is dramatic? Everything is urgent and crazy they. They are constantly lacking composure. Everything's on eleven it's red had hot. It's it's you know all this type of thing so it becomes really hard As somebody who follows this leader to really know when something truly is urging or generally know when something really early needs to get done because it seems like everything always has to get done. Everything's always on fire so I I think it was interesting because the examples that he gave a round exaggeration. Data ration-. I hear those and I don't necessarily classify those types of things as way over the top but I could understand it if that's all all that AH leader does is constantly exaggerate causley exaggerate. Then you start to tune them out and then they start to lose any type of real. You know Bite to anything. They're trying to to accomplish. Because you know you've heard before and you've heard it many times before and so that was just something that I also caught onto around language and around some of the things. He talked about in regards to rhetoric. Yeah the the thing that I like the most about this video is it is it in at its heart. It is about human psychology. It's about the the way the human brain works and how people need to speak to other people if they want to tap into those elements of the other person or the group of People's Apple's brains in order to get them to be where you want them to be and you you can do you can call it lying in call it manipulative. You can just call it. The building belief around something but at the end of the day is about human psychology. And this grab I gravitate towards this But he talks about one of the examples he gives is around using rhymes that people sound more credible when things rhyme and two examples he gave we gave were an apple. A day keeps the doctor away. Sounds very credible. If you just said you know if you eat an apple every day you probably don't have to go to the doctor. It doesn't sound quite as credible or people to pick it apart and think we why. Why Ryan Apple? Why why specifically an apple or something else? But we've all heard that phrase and we repeated at. I repeated it to my kids. You know without even considering the fact that wasn't even rooted in is really nothing. I believe it because it rhymed you know. And and the other example you gave is from the j Simpson trial were Johnny Cochran famously. said if it doesn't fit you must acquit and how people kind of laughed it off as as like a as carnival tricks inside the courtroom but it but it bit and a and it made people people think that it was more credible because it rhymed and people do that all the time in a so Again this is about human psychology and a lot of leadership is human psychology college. Yeah no I love those examples in so true. It's like it was kind of one of the you know with the rhyming. Element is that it makes it just seemed so so Not abrasive and so it to remember and kind of almost silly a little bit But within that it makes you remember. It doesn't seem so you know maybe crazier or not willing to WANNA follow. Hello the other thing that I really liked about was talking about kind of the patterns of three and always talking about new things and like you know good better best or even my leadership platform vision clarity support. These are all things that when when in sales psychology. When you talk to somebody if I give you three options it really gives you a chance to feel like you're fully in control roll over which one you want and you have enough to make a decision but not too many to be confused? So I you know I I really like that idea as well and I and I firmly believe that From from elements of from a leadership standpoint to set to a selling standpoint. But just the idea of the patterns of three and all the examples that he gave gave am i. I think that was another great. Take away from the video. Yeah the kind of culminates at the end where he asks the audience to give him an example to come up with the the topic somebody from the audience shouted out where he was going to use these six elements of rhetoric to create a compelling convincing argument on the fly I'm just you know completely AD libbed and the audience members were shouting out things in the one that he the one that he heard the loudest you can hear it in the video somebody shout Donald Trump and I thought okay. Let's I mean I'm not. I try to avoid a lot of a lot of political stuff on online right now because it just it just makes it. distresses is me out you know like I'm i. I try to stay informed but when it starts getting into rhetoric on either side it stresses me out and try to avoid that and so there I was i. I was really waiting with baited breath to see where this was going to go and I really liked the way that he turned this out and so throughout the the video he may be said three or four things that alluded to the fact that he's not he's a he's a British guy and he alluded to the fact that he was not a supporter of the American political system. Currently and this was in the heart of the twenty sixteen election so he was not a fan of Donald Trump. You didn't quite say outright. But he alluded to it and so when someone said you know create a convincing argument about Donald Trump. I thought okay. This is just where he's going to get on a soapbox and talk about how much he dislikes Donald Trump but he he asked the audience. Should I argue for or against and everybody shouted out four and I thought okay. This is good. Because if someone who believes one thing can use these elements to create a compelling and convincing arguments saying exactly the opposite of what they believe then it holds some serious credibility and so that's what he did did he created a compelling argument for Donald Trump as someone who is against Donald Trump using these six elements of rhetoric and. He sounded really really convincing wincing. And so that's why I thought that's when I started to go. Okay I can see how these types of of elements of rhetoric these elements of being able to talk to people can can really convince people that your way of thinking is the right way especially in a group of people who isn't looking for information they're not looking to be informed about something they're looking looking to be emotionally drawn in either one way or another. Yeah absolutely and it's funny because that you know I felt the same way about the video which is kind of the idea of the power of practice yes you know and I sure at the very beginning of the show which is what I enjoyed. The most was not only here are some of my thoughts. Here's what who is who I am. Here's what I do. Here's some examples. Examples here's what they look and sound like kind of all that type of stuff but for him at the very end of the Sekou nominee show you. I'm actually going to show you how this works into to your point. The fact that that it's the exact opposite of how he feels and he had to use his own formula to convincingly you know get people to emotionally attached to what he saying I thought that was that was great. And and I think that those are the things that when you think about you know Kind of being a leader in in you know Korean convincing stories in the ability to have people follow you and want to get behind the messages. This is your landing Or the the the strategy that you're creating you know those things do matter so much into your point much earlier in the show. It's not about lying or necessarily intentionally manipulating people in the negative but a very large part of leadership is your ability to influence people all and that means that you have to be able to connect with them. That means you have to be able to have a very clear story. and His story that does bring out emotion and examples that are are relatable and relevant and you also have you have to have a lot of credibility and the fact that they they are listening to you not just because of your title but because of the behaviors they seen seen from you and your actions in living out what you're asking them to go out and do so. I think I thought that to me was the most powerful part of this video was it wasn't just a theory theory theory. Let me tell you tell you tell you but it was now. Let me show you in for those people that know me and my leadership style and what I believe in that to me is gigantic. Because it's like how can i. How can I ask you to go do something? How can I ask you to get better? How could I ask you to to to really push yourself to the best version of yourself? If I'm not able to at least show you in in in the idea of how to do it or give you an example in real time of how. Oh you can figure this out and and and make yourself better right. I mean we dogged it a lot on the show the predominance of leadership books that are available on Amazon that were written by people who have never led teams and like and and how well they sound actually and how good they sound and how much of what they say might actually be true. But there's something that happens or something that clicks when you can say oh and by the way let me show you this in practice. Not just in theory. Because I'll tell you there are a lot of things things out there that I would have bet money would work that that in theory they sound amazing and when someone tells it to you they sound up it sounds amazing and you think that is that is the the key right there that is everything and then you try to put into practice and fails miserably because people don't necessarily react the way you think they're going to react and so being able to put it into practice is absolutely huge. I completely agree and with that brings us to this. Episode's One minute attack the one minute Hack Jack All right for the woman it hacks this December. We're going to tell you whether or not these videos are actually worth watching. You dedicate some time to listening to the hacking your Lucia Asia podcast. And we appreciate that. We don't WanNa tell you to go watch or view or listen to something unless we think you're actually going to get something out of it and so for this woman at Hack. We're going to be talking about the speak leader the video with Simon Lancaster and will tell you that for a video that is eighteen minutes and forty seven seconds long. It's absolutely worth watching for me. It was worth watching because I learned a lot about the things that I get taken by and to be able to double check into question. Who's telling them to me and whether or not it's a a smart thing to listen to them whether or not they have credibility to tell them to me and it taught me a lot about some things that maybe I do as a leader that I that I haven't really honed but that I do without even thinking about it and that if I use them more correctly if I if I kind of hone my ability to do these things they can be much more effective then ingest the kind of haphazard way that? I've used them so I would say that it's definitely worth your your time Eighteen minutes and forty seven seconds and we will post a link to the video in the podcast description. Yup I absolutely agree. I think it's definitely worth your time to watch the video and really thinking thinking about you know in order to be a leader you have to be able to convince people of things and build belief and I believe at the heart of this video it really lays it out for you and it gives you some tactical examples of Haxhi how to go out and do it. Yeah and he and he's funny. He's entertaining so at the very least you. You'll get a lot out of it the videos over before I even realized it was over. I went by ast and with that it brings us to the end of this episode this leadership. I'm Lorenzo and I'm Chris. We'll talk to you all next time

Lorenzo Lorenzo Donald Trump Youtube Apple Simon Lancaster Ryan Apple Renzo Louis I Chris Lucia Asia John Ted Johnny Cochran Amazon j Simpson forty seven seconds two thousand dollars Eighteen minutes eighteen minutes
Rattlesnake and hazard avoidance for dogs.

How Do You Train That?

24:38 min | 1 year ago

Rattlesnake and hazard avoidance for dogs.

"The. You're listening to how do you train that the place where advice and encouragement for people interested in learning more about positive reinforcement training, you can interact with us on our Facebook page? How do you train that leave some questions and comments, and we will put those topics than to our feature podcast so pitcher feet up. And let's get started. Good morning on Camplin. This is Becca hint. And we're here with Lynn web to discuss the scary stuff Reynolds, snakes. Great. Right. So Lynn can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Well, I am a dog trainer here in San Diego, California. And my company is the proficient pup in. I do I'd like to focus on fearful or reactive dogs with, with some issues usually, but I also train puppies and, you know, anything really that common issues that people have and, and also rattlesnake avoidance straining. Awesome. And you have a KPI certification. Yes. So that, that is true. I have a KP certification as well as a certification in a Dougie massage canine massage therapy. So I, I do that as well. I throw that into the mix up on, so we are here today to discuss a rattlesnake, avoidance training sword of so of traditionally, an, an even today. Rattlesnake avoidance has been trained using shock. Collars. That sort of an unusual thing like we don't do that with every single kind of danger that our dogs might get into, we don't spill antifreeze on the ground and then shock a dog to, to try unquote, avoid antifreeze. We don't put them in front of an oncoming car in quote, shock them in order to avoid cars, and we don't really know whether these things work all that well or not. Lynn, what kind of statistics have you found with the shock collar training that there are no real statistics or anything to show that's shock works in any of the cases of rattlesnake avoidance? There's nothing to show or prove that it works. But it does there has been evidence to show that it does cause fall out, and I've seen the fallout. And I've also heard about it from clients. So even people who call me for rattlesnake voidance, who may have used shock with one of their dogs in now, doesn't wanna do it with the second one will tell me, you know, ways that their dogs changed after that, I definitely have had clients who went through. The version. We're gonna call it sort of aversion conditioning, sort of. Yeah. Because it's not trainings. Eighteen minutes of shocking to see smell in here. Rattlesnake isn't training that are suddenly, incredibly fearful of coiled, hoses Becca, had have you had any fallout client from shock. Collars for snip avoidance. I have, and the it's interesting because it doesn't pertain. That's what's funny about fun. It always shows up somewhere. You weren't expecting it. And so I've had one dog that was a friendly happy-go-lucky dog. You know, everybody's favorite lab. And after the steak avoidance training we did not like people. Yeah. And there is a severe mistrust of anybody that the dog didn't know and. That owners were very sad. They and they did they identified. They didn't have to ask me, what happened, they knew exactly what happened. They finished the experience brought their dog home the next week going to the park to go for a walk where the dog always goes in has had a long history of meeting other dogs in friends. The dog was actually reactive, and it was the first time they really saw their dog growling and barking lunging at anybody and fortunately, it went on for a couple months in, they kind of said, okay, we need help, and they got help, but it was. Incredibly sad. And although the dog is much better. The dog is not who he used to be right. I think that that's true. Like there's. Always a shift or a change somewhere. It's going to happen, even for people even for people who have told me like, oh, the, the dog seemed fine with it find a word in that we will use to if somebody asks me, how you doing Newsday? Fine. You're not really fine. When we say dog is fine. I'm usually a little skeptical about word anyways, but what happens is, is exactly, as Becca was saying, you find out there are changes in the dog that have taken place after that shock conditioning, as we call it. With that caveat because there are people that are still going to go that route. But the we want everybody to be informed that is not the focus of this particular episode. And I think the first pass in, I think living you teach this as well is simply management, like if we're going to a go into snake areas, we manage, our dog can new tell us what that looks like. Yes. So there's going to be probably two ways of the people people's dogs are going to interact with snakes of in, in the majority of times one is in their own yard. So a lot of people if they have offense yard, a secure space will let their dogs out in the morning and then they're just on their own out in the yard. So in terms of management, there's a couple of things that people can do, I is before you, let your dog out just kind of do a little recon yourself of the area for most people that doesn't mean a large hike, if your property is fairly small, or your yard, is fairly walkable see just walked the perimeter in make sure it's secure looking at, you know, the graphs or areas where I think that snakes might be hiding. And if everything's clear you can go ahead and let your dog out and then kind of watch them while they're in their yard as well. So management. Acquires some effort, you can also do things, you know, if you have any spaces where you feel like snakes might be able to hide or to kind of build a little space for themselves. A new can prevent access for your dog to get to that area. You can also make sure your artists clean of food fallen fruit, those kinds of things that are gonna track rodents that are gonna attract the, the snakes as well, another way to manage that environment is with snake fencing. So snake fencing is a really great, great way to secure your property for my, my area. I am. For lack of a better term lifted skirts of all my plan. So I have ten inches under all of my plants that I can see under four any snakes that might be hiding under there. Similarly, I make sure that any brick sort of bundles walls and stuff like that is still so that they can't go into a cavity. So part to Lynn A K partout, the second way would be if you have your you know, obviously if you're out hiking with your dog or you're taking them out somewhere into a rattlesnake habitat. So the biggest way to manage. Your dog is to have them on leash. That's not something that everybody wants to do. They enjoy the, the quote unquote freedom that they're Don can have off leash. However, it's going to keep your dog that much safer. A new are able to react quickly and have your dog react with you were quickly if they are unleash even if it's a longer leash doesn't have to be four. You know, in a this is also important, I've mentioned before about conservation as well. Also conservation minded. And I think having your dog on leash is just safe for other animals as well. Wherever you might have your dog. So conservation minded really needs to be the leave. No trace includes our dogs, and really does need to be they shouldn't be disturbing the wildlife in the area, even if it is open space designation. Exactly your dog might be able to be just near you off leash. Or you might have that stellar recall to be able to pull them away from those things that doesn't mean they're free to go raid nests in jump all over dachshund run into water and disturb wildlife and things like that. So there's responsibility comes with having your dog off leash yet that's the end of management rights. We're now moving onto training. Yeah. Alright so. What kind of stuff do you train in how in how do you train it to deal specifically with rattlesnakes and isn't specifically for rattlesnakes? The things I train are not necessarily specific to rattlesnakes I call it round snake avoidance. Because if I just called it hazard avoidance or hazard safety. I don't think people would know what I'm talking about. So the training that I do is geared towards rattlesnakes because that's people's concern. But it you can definitely generalize it to any hazard in the way that I do that. It's just by really peaching those things that sometimes people will ask me to teach in general for their dog. Not regarding rattlesnakes, which would be basic communication, in focus, that's the baseline for all training. Really, you want to be able to communicate and have your dog focus on you. So we work on those exercises in getting that basic groundwork done, and then the big ones that I work on our I teach recall because we want to have a really nice, strong recall for your dog in then that particularly comes with, maybe in a different sort of q in what? You've normally used for your dog in recall when you're just calling your dog to you from your yard or even away from something else, you might kind of have just a war of a come or high pitched or something that's not alarming. However win people see a snake. They tend not to be very calm in their brain. Also is not in it sort of in that flight mode in isn't in a moment of kind of complicated. What can I do to, to what where, where did my training go? What did I learn a they're not thinking those things, they're thinking get out, get back? So I want people to be able to use a recall of a word that they might use when they see a snake, and that might be an ex expletive a helped me consider, what expletive word is a naughty word of. I know it's. So bad word. And then it might be just sneak or something else that could be more of an alarm sound that's going to indicate the dog to look at them or tobacco up or whatever we decide to train whatever behavior that people would like to see in their dog win. They say that word, so it's sort of a recall. But again, close recall not calling them back from a hundred yards away. If I see it snake on the trail. The first words out of my mouth are going to be the not nice version of doodoo, right? But you told me that one of your clients was using like snake or something, very calm in normal. And then she actually did see a snake in the bad words came out, and she had to reassess her cues was that correct? Yeah. And it wasn't even a real snake. It was the decoy that I was. Sometimes this training is really good for the person like she was saying, like, oh, this is treating for me, like I need to practicing snakes because, really in, that's it to like, she needed to kinda desens- herself to the situation. So you're right. Like she was practicing with the words snake she's like battle work. And then she saw the decoy that I caught kinda hidden away, and then she was like blank, and she thought it will make. So beca d train with naughty, words, I have children people. Not. I don't know. Really? And I don't do snake avoidance training. I do a definite solid recall. And I teach people that if it snake season, we shouldn't be letting our dogs run around dogs are sent animals, and I have yet to have a dog that doesn't enjoy sticking their nose, where it doesn't belong. Okay. So the typical scenario we have two scenarios have in the army of walking down the, the hiking trailer, whatever I'm so the scenario is your gallivant. You're looking at the butterflies you're looking at birds. You just happy clan, walk with your dog down, hike trail. And now there's a rattlesnake like sunning itself on the trail out in the open. Would are you training people to do in that moment? Okay. So the first skill is awareness, that's going to be that. I can train the the human. I'm going to train them to be aware of their surroundings, so that they're going to be scanning and looking for that snakes. So that's the very first thing we want is for them to actually see that snake there. The dog. We don't know for sure is going to be scanning looking might be looking at something else wind might be in a different direction. So we can't rely on that. So human sees the snake because this person has been taught to be aware and it's sunning just in the path. So I would train I'm training, the human not to go forward with their dog. So they are going to more than likely stop what I want them to train with their dog, then that follows is some sort of call for the dog to come back. So either we can train that win the human stops. The dog turns and looks back at them it, which. Case they can turn around and move a different direction. They can walk backwards. There are different options there. The, the main idea is to get distance from that snake so that the dog is not now going forward, so that they're curious or looking to get closer to that snake. Once that human has now brought her dog with her to gain some distance then what I further teach is some decision making skills. At that point. Do they need to get past that snake? Can they go a different direction? So oftentimes what happens is once the person gains distance, they can gain some thinking ability about what they want to do next. And so I teach people next to do that. The dog is going to be with the human. So if the decision is then that, yes, I need to get to my car. If there is distance enough on that path, then I will also train. How to get past that snake? So the option is to toss us stick or rock near the snake so that scatters into the bushes. If that is not something that person. Knows how to do or as willing to do. Is there enough space to walk by or get by? And if there is a good enough difference very wide pass. And there is an insignificant distance than training, a nice, follow me with a target hand is a great way just to keep the dogs focus to get past the dog is learning to follow target passed an object, that could be a distraction. And how, how do you train that, you know? So you're gonna put your hand. I guess if the dog was walking next to you, you're gonna put your hand sort of like flat, at your side, and have them follow it, or you doing air cookies in sort of faking it. Yes, I would say just having your hand flat at the side, and giving that follow me Q, and keeping the dog's nose in contact with your hand is easiest for most people because they can feel the dog's nose on their hand because they're going to be watching. They're again, they're aware of their surroundings. So they're going to be looking at what's in front of them how to move around the snake so they wanna make sure that dog has good contact with them or very close to that. But making sure the dog is at the side, and then that also is an indication if they do not feel that contact anymore to make sure that the dogs, you know, head isn't moving to the side to look or getting distracted. And how he said that the duration duration touch behavior. How do you how do you take that? A so a pro touch behavior essentially for most dogs are that are fairly curious. You get your hands nice, and stinky, with some meat or food on that you hold out that flat hand to a dog's nose. They're going to likely touch it or come fairly close to be able to smell your hand, and that's when you I use a clicker to Mark that behavior so that the dog understands that, that is something that was something I wanted to see from the dog, and then I reinforce that with food, and then follow that episode several times until the dog is not trying to stiff my hand but actively operate Lee is touching that hand in order to get a treat that I'm offering just to be cleared. The tree is not in the hand that they're touching. The tree is in a different hand, or no bull. That's being given after the. Touch happens. Correct. That in. That's a good point because oftentimes it can get confusing for the person doing it. And you do wanna make sure you have an empty hand so that the dog recognizes that empty hand as the target not a partially closed hand depending on the side of the treat and not being lured which also something different. Right. Okay. Cool. Do you ever teach dogs? To not go toward the snake. Are you using? So you're using snakes in your teaching. So are you teaching an automatic retreat to the dog so that when they see a snake they turn and go back to their owner or just leave the snake alone? Yes, I am. I'm training that. And I'm training also a person themselves. So it's, it's oftentimes hard to tell win the dogs sees the snake, so I'm also training, the human to have a good lookout and be more kind of aware of their surroundings so that they can see. They're also needing to watch their dog for any cues the dog. Again, may be seeing or smelling something, but also that when the dog is able to see or focus on something that's the moment also to call back. So I use both of those things to train. So either when the human seeing it, and she's gonna react, she or he whoever I'm training because that is going to happen the person. I don't wanna teach people that they need to wait for their dog to react. The dog might not even see it. Sent could be off the they could be down wind or up wind so that may not happen. I don't want to train people to wait for that. So I also, but I do train that when the dog does see or notice the decoy that, that is also a time to call them back. So I want really want to train people to be aware of their dog, and their environment. This, this level of training, isn't she put your dog in. Stay in say come, right? Bright has right. That isn't the context that we need this to happen in. This is your dog is, is chasing a squirrel or chasing a cat. And you say come is even higher level than a stationary snake. Right. So the snake isn't necessarily moving quickly away from you to engage that chase dry right? So coming away from something sort of stationary, which we can actually manipulate in play with without actually having access to a real snake. Can you get Lynn can you give some ideas of what com meaning come away from a thing in back to me? What other kind of, of articles you use to sort of tap into that curiosity of a dog that they might need to leave something in move away? Yeah. You can really the curiosity is gonna come from anything novel. Right. So people can use a different sort of novel items to, to call their dog away from it doesn't always have to be something dangerous, you want that you want it to work when you do have that fear of danger in the high risk, but you can use that recall practicing on some other things, I use anything available in my environment. So if I have new dogs, and they are not familiar with the smells of a farm. Smells, her a great thing to practice. A recall with I like to wait until the dog is relaxed in doing something else, and get it distracted recall back to me. So I use remote control spiders, remote control rats for my terriers anything I can do. That's really, really exciting. I've used remote control cars with hotdogs on top. I've been looking for a life size remote control sheep from hurting. I haven't found one yet. Alright last thoughts on rattlesnakes win. I think that it's necessary for people to understand the option is to go about it and think about it a different way. So that you're actually working with a dog to be able to communicate with them so that they can understand how to respond to you when you are seeing those things that they should avoid. We'd like to thank Lynn web for joining us today to discuss rattlesnake and hazard avoidance. Don't forget to pop by our Facebook page by searching for how do you train that in your Facebook search bar, and give our page alike? So you can keep up to date with each new episode release. You can also add us to your favorite RSS feed to keep up to date with our episodes and pop by our website. How do you train that dot com and leave some questions or comments on each episode's show notes? In the meantime, train your dog.

Lynn Becca Facebook San Diego California Camplin Reynolds Don Mark Lee Eighteen minutes hundred yards ten inches
Jesus Is King (Featuring Phil A)

Piecing It Together Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Jesus Is King (Featuring Phil A)

"We're GONNA get if it was just GONNA be album with visuals or if it was gonna be something else pretty much what it was was like Shen about Jesus is King Ohio right so we just saw Kanye West's Jesus stood maybe I think Kinda joining me for is fill a and we had a good time going to see this weird okay and listening to this just keep in mind this isn't what our show normally is like both in theme and audio because like I said we recorded it in the car and by we I mean I've got with me fill a how's it going man with David Yeah we just had an experience at the movie theater the I is King Yeah Wow we're a little little unsure what to say I don't know if this will be anything but we're going to try to give you some first impressions seizes is King it's not exactly a film it's kind of a music video kind of a performance video kind of film I mean the thing is after the movie so I do hope you enjoy it though is an interesting movie and I'm glad I experienced oh loving I I don't like the person necessarily but I mean is it's kind of undeniable that he's made some incredible music over the years and uh-huh when he what he's GonNa Make Max Concert Film Music Video Presentation thing you know I kind of had to go see this and see what necessarily call a great but we've figured we would record a little something to talk about it we don't get into our usual theme of the show the thanks for King we're kind of confused and dazed now as we walk out yeah I mean we you know Kinda West Oh puzzle pieces thing a little bit here and there but mostly it's just a first reactions to the movie so for anyone just happening the tune in for the first time today yeah I'm confused a little bit curate more curious about the album now going in we weren't exactly sure what is wherever you listen to podcasts you can also follow us on social media at piecing pod and join the facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces so let's get into this conversation something and talking about it after so enjoyed this conversation as always you can subscribe to piecing together on any of the major podcast APPs taking displayed an I max but it it's a very strange little piece of filmmaking and it it's not that I wouldn't life and it's always like a matter of waiting for it to be over with you know I'm not Jewish and it's like that when I go to church to yeah in his Sunday service choir that you people have been able to tune into online and stuff like that right right and I mean it was gonna be yes thanks for I'm glad when I posted about this that you were there was interested in going or whatever we got to go see it heard it but today on the show we're just doing a little quick little mini thing we recorded in the car after having seen Kanye West's g ah how much longer is this part of this song or whatever but then by the end you're like Oh that was it yeah I'm Jewish and I've been to church a couple of times Dr it's actual church that's that throws me off some time and there's different versions of that I've gone to is even him as far as an artist it just seems like he just put his name on any he wrapped on the first song then maybe did some production on the last song but be clear I mean unless the album is much different than this I mean this is aside from the opening and closing this is basically just gospel album there is not aca those those films that are just like really cool being wide visuals set to music you know that kind of thing and long and yeah I mean 'cause you're you're you're you're forced into that like Church Gospel thing and if I you could feel weird about it could be oh episode on this I mean puzzle pieces for sure would include you know Stanley Kubrick type stuff two thousand one maybe also things like like yeah I mean this is for all purposes gospel album and a a performance video of the choir doing that album yeah it was very interesting I'm glad I experienced it but I I mean we knew how that was going to be short to the couple of the people in the theater there I'm I mean he's not even him I mean I wonder how much I mean they showed the credits at the end is like sixty names involved with the choir I mean how much of it actually and the whole time so God man puzzle pieces I mean I searches but that are more lively than others or whatever but it's still I don't know we're we're really confused right now leaving that data where if you could see the look on her face Max ride like going down and merging into what we were the tunnel eventually was like that room where the choir was the movie show when we talk about the film itself a little bit it did open up with some pretty cool visuals I it started out the first light from it sure the springsteen thing this weekend to their western stars and I was wondering about that myself like is there going to be any puzzled this is really what did I just went as well I mean to to to talk about the film itself had been talking mostly about the music and you know this I mean the the main pastor or conductor or whatever he is that was the guy that was leading the show so it's you don't get a good look at his face stuff you know I guess you know before we wrap it up we should talk about Tanya himself I mean he you know amy ten minutes like five to ten minutes we're some good trippy ship which is what I went for us hoping I mean you know if if I was going to be doing a or they use that as an actual lands and then they would have the shot of the top of the roof was like open to the sky or whatever which I wondered if that was he's not quite quite you know concert movies they just occupy this weird space in between and it's hard to say whether or not you can really or if that was CGI IN I was confused about that too because I I think they do have a roof like that but then I think they see that sky to look like higher stuff I don't know they were they were pretty cool though yeah especially the intro as you said it if felt like you were on like a those moments were great I wish there was more of them they eventually started to bring them back a little here and there but they'd be for like maybe a minute or two and then it would just go back to more random first thoughts but it felt much longer than thirty five minutes I thought did it seem that way to you yeah well there were it felt is the framing was cool they had that circular goldfish islands and I liked when they were using the outs pieces and this is GonNa be like sure I like talking heads stop making sense or something like that but I didn't really necessarily get that vibe point to movies as inspirations or if it's just you know something cool to accompany you know Congas it yesterday I had the interview he referred himself as the greatest artists in the world and he's going to you know dedicate his life to Jesus of course and Eh that that is what churches like it's just like okay this is how much longer is this going to be nothing against religion or anything like that like Middlesex but then he was like smiling because he's talking about how he's like a porn addiction and all this stuff that he's got over interview like to to be put in the public image as like a black man with his wife Kim Kardashian wherever I don't know but it was I could tell and all this other stuff it's and he's he's an interesting person leg for anyone to jump on one thing that he does or says and uh when you landed it with like the visual Kubrick style I love I love how it load I mean before I even went into this I was thinking is they're going to be puzzled oh I can't even speak but he was going for something and I it was there was some kind of Nice peaceful family moment to that at the end as much as we just the last scene of the of the film him just holding his baby and it was just a real close up of just like an even said in pieces to talk about if we were to do an episode on that and it's like these music things they're they're kind of you know not really movie movies but they're not quite documentary spur you could tell I mean just like the colors and stuff I was like wow this is dope I like the just the choices of the look and the colors cinematic it looked very ah re-recording all his music taken everything bad out of it and people I get to that part yeah I that's what I heard it and I also heard that anyone I mean that's like kind of the definition of pride when a student prideful you know when it comes to cinema anyway and head that there are creative people making you know things that don't exist like this is definitely not something I've seen before yes and that's that's product of first of all let's let's be real mental illness but but also I think it's a Co he's just such conflicted person living between that mm-hmm hate him or love him for one thing it's way more than that I don't know as a fan of him I do feel happy for him like this especially that last himself on that where you're saying like you know you know you're acting like you're God but then you're not yeah yeah he he certainly has about this and there's going to be controversial and like he was even laughing about he's like he wasn't strict but he's like I was encouraging to people that working on the album to not have pre spiritual and and I'm just I said you as we walked out I mean you must have the most conflicted brain like t- to put this out there and I max when you know history of of back and forth between that kind of personality and yeah I don't even know what must go through that head day in day out but world of excess and like kind of rock and roll excess thing and trying to be religious or whatever it is that he's he's trying to do trying to be works with him isn't allowed to have sex or something like that and I said well he I did see that part of the interview and he's like I know people I know people are going to take yeah I mean I I it's you know I didn't love this I mean just you know I liked some of the music I I mean I you know that Gospel kind of thing like for a week before came out on I tunes and everything like that sure yeah like the actual like exclusive way to to check the new album yeah I very much enjoy it as a lover of music I like I said I remember this the harmony I mean the incredible musicianship and it should he'll say and go through I somehow feel happy for I think a lot of what comes out of his mouth is a by singing and you know that's all great you know but maybe just didn't need to be a thing to be an ex presentation necessarily but I'm glad is conflicted by that because he was even in that interview talking about like how it's crazy that he called his last album Jesus or whatever so he was even like checking ah that's one of the things you're not supposed to do if I have read my notes correctly when it comes to Christianity Yeah Yeah Yeah I'm sure he jobs they like oh I didn't know that we know what we're getting into with that not to jump around or anything like that this is anything at all I was just totally implored Maryland hardware album that's also available streaming everywhere I video just drafter yeah the other guy in my group you rap is fun type in rapids fun on Google or anything you can find our record label rapids fund band camp we're trying to decide on what song maybe gray days or maybe another song with one hundred features but yeah man swear you find slum Lords Assan I'm my filet Solo instrumental projects were still pushing the go I don't know that's weird I picture that we're temple on Jeffrey Epstein's island probably down so weird hatchet that stars Daniel Harris She's famous horror movie icon she was a little girl in Halloween four and five like a small theatrical run and then on video if you like horror movies he's done a movie called blood night the legend of Mary it's just interesting to hear your take on the experience of going to the movies it might have been cooler if it was exclusive to the movie theater so I guess he did do that over the past two weeks on in Chicago and stuff like that so yeah so I guess yeah I probably wouldn't have seen it was out of church exactly true and like I was saying like maybe with all the album delays and stuff like maybe he should've screen this in a in like churches sorry unplugging his stuff but checkout night of the Pumpkin it's like eighteen minutes long on youtube and it's really good good good the shed by my friend Frank Sabotage Allah wrote and directed the shed which is coming out November fifteen minute yeah man I what what's coming out that I can have to well yeah if I gotta give a shout out to fact Bernstein Bernstein images so that's that's a cool push with album and we're planning on doing at least one more like real music video hip hop fans usually have with each other with plenty of strong opinions off the cuff Franson debates added to the different backgrounds each hosts and what you're left with is a good and energy subscribe to piecing it together and your podcast App of choice you can rate and review us on Apple podcast you can join the facebook group popcorn and you know if this thing came out good we're recording in the car on the way back to Phil's house but if this came out good why don't you tell people where they can find your music Oh paining mix personalities perspectives all in one place subscribe now to the truth be told hip hop podcast favorite podcasts player all right so I hope you enjoyed their hope was worthwhile for an episode bird I figure why now might as well and I it was fun time talking about that long hard movie Geeks love her a hot horror movie actress and then but really piecing together and maybe some more of these many's as we continue to grow the show and do interesting new things with it so let's see let's be pushing now man we recorded a couple of new songs trying to figure out what's the best way to put them out quickly and yeah so one episode coming up this week as always Ama- got lots of other episodes in the can coming your way real soon so look out for a lot more regular yeah we'll be back with more peace and get together coming up real soon in an puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all these movies and do all the stuff I always ask you to do thank you out there for listening we got another regular but I mean if it is like that maybe it will live on enough samples on one era coming out as the whole time as a hip hop producer like okay Luke that loop bad Chris shared among the hosts you you REEFA todd the casual and unstructured format of the show is akin to an organic conversation the kind this episode piecing together is brought to you by the truth be told hip hop podcast although a fairly simple premise what makes the show compelling is the comrade they're all right man will we'll see if this thing came out maybe get posted right cocoon he'd cut together footage video for our Bernstein Barrera Song with a lot of like Mandela I play for you guys as we know I always play a piece of music at the end of the show and you know this being a Kanye west I know you you went because the movie theater and you go to the movies all the time and this part of the group and the podcast and everything and about that yeah and I'm about to listen to the album and see if that's what you did if not him I need a copy of this movie record on my phone I know that's about the point you when he finally came on screen is like Oh there he is right there yeah came out with this Dude Sky Dro- who I produced here in Las Vegas and one of the tracks off the album I'm GonNa go with this track called crash and burn might as well play some hip hop for you what I hear all right so I'm going to play this track from this artists that I produced almost almost a decade ago this album movie which I'm still trying to figure out what exactly I thought of it I guess that's Kanye West for you though right so as always wanNA remind you to make from the album success stories which produced an is available out there on spotify tunes all that stuff so if you like it go check out schedule and nevertheless job rap is fun dot com rapids fund up and Campbell it'd be able to find it there hell yeah well this is fun man get you on a another regular episodes sometime soon and uh-huh his kind of announcement but you know I think I think I think I can't wait to list I play on the album right now because I think it's going to be different than that I mean I would I would think so too it's all right wasn't to a special mini episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure

Shen Ohio Kanye West David Yeah ten minutes thirty five minutes eighteen minutes fifteen minute two weeks
787 - Legend of Billie Jean | Tale of the Tape

Sleep With Me

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

787 - Legend of Billie Jean | Tale of the Tape

"Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls infringe vn binary each jennifer the podcast you're you don't hear the gym here to help you a deal if you're new or earn that a i'm here to help you get some sleep a in i appreciate you coming by 'cause it's time for sleep with me the podcast it puts you to sleep if you're a regular listener if you could just pay attention is easily the ways we keep the show regularly coming to you or when you're hand hits the fridge tomorrow remembered just pull up your phone or sit down at you're you're the laptop sleep with me podcasts dot com slash sponsors thanks hey everybody is one i think everybody's words the show directly and everybody that supports the podcast is through the sponsors you're the ones that bring us the show we tried having amazing collection of sponsors if you do i support the sponsors please let me know so thank you if you've ever curious about the sponsors who shows who supports the show in how could i support them go to sleep with me podcasts dot com slash sponsors indian ceo the promo codes and everything like that if you're a business and you say you know what i really wanna support sleep with me i wanna support podcasts in general you could send a note to her team at pr axe at a sponsor at p r x dot org in find out more a thank you for taking action in keeping the show going in the here you go let's get on with the show aid to extend this part of the show in the next i wanna talk about our sponsor wicks first off have you checked out my website sleep with me podcasts dot com slash nosing thank you a cause i wanna check out your is a you might have a project you've been meaning to kick off you might have a small business you just a hobby is that you wanna share with the world maybe it's a photo album you wanna share you wanna make it easy for everybody across the country to look at you pitchers whatever it is one hundred forty million people in i used wicks a you could start you say in publish it for free then share with me in which makes it easy you could choose from over five hundred is stunning templates or you could start from scratch 'cause you wanna you wanna get started right but you want it to look good in which gives you the ability to go between customize a bull in beautiful they have this really easy to use a website builder it's drag in drop a there's built in as seo tools you get all these other tools you might need where you're website unlimited storage custom domain if you need email address history of business marketing tools today a premium apps but the key thing is wicks website website to look great as they're responsive in the easy to build something you could be really proud of you know once you build something when you're proud of you might say well i'm not i'm a little bit nervous share it with you scoots will share it with me anyway get started show me when you're halfway done in weeks is up to their offer for our listeners a it gets even better so don't don't wait this offer it to wicks dot com slash is sleep torney you could create your website today at w i x dot com slash to sleep swannee in which is gonna give you twenty percent off their which premium plan today on every one lead making web sites you don't need gimmicks or tricks you have the power to design and green mix with the way way wicks whisks weddings and you can do they needed to get over there which dot com slash sleep tony in share with me let me know about it which you know about it share with the world x we you know we wanna hear from you we need to hear from you a thanks wicks all right everybody it's time for the sleepy supporter zone in if you're ever wondering who are sponsors are good asleep and we podcasts dot com slash sponsors if you get a chance to something that works for you there any sport is sponsored let me know about it and share what the sponsors so they know how you heard about it now thank you and the sleep is borders film or the sleepy supporters zone it right now when you think of some new patrons who also support the show kerry with c k little it's tied had a rookie emily melissa ended jesse they became patrons at the start of the month i really really appreciate it is those are sleepy patriot supporters innocent but one part of the show i need you here sleepy supporter so amos schubert there's a lot of people worked very hard on this show who who are day those depots justin's down second year in a row they had a couple of years jeanette down candy scotty gentler runner american being baptist out the website ministering bar did the plan and do commissioned ben simmons dot between father's day is common so let me just say hey you call you see the kindness nine straight onto win listeners malone there are these candidates is aaron julian jennifer knees on your non arranged for things go wrong junior by the generous support bomb german confined things you want and they may get done that comes in we sell leak dan bean man down incense now will be show thanks mr bart dear scooter on twitter and instagram thank you everybody who shares their show whether it's in your personal life or in your social media life or you know the school work wherever it is a it's really how most people discover the show really powerful powerful way you're word of mouth you know what i really appreciate it that's but i want to say thank you what do you say we keep the show or grow within a year you up all night tossing turning mind racing trouble getting sleep trouble staying asleep logan just sleep which made the podcast puts you to sleep we do it's a bedtime story owes you need to do is get embed turnouts lights and press play i'm gonna do the rest when i'm going to attempt to do is create a safe place where you could set side of whatever's keeping their weight whether it's dawn and feelings physical sensations you know so so stuff you're thinking about stuff you're experiencing or you know coming up for you know but it could be travel could be situation whatever's keeping you awake at like to take your mind off to create a safe place as i said where you could just student who you were sick in a little bit more independent i guess be distracted like what am i do is send my voice across the deep dark night of new using slowing soothing creaky dulcet tones pointless meanders believe me i've gotta pull any of those says it's got it's got an arsenal of a you know when it comes to to sleepy equipment i put drc an arsenal of a sleepy stuff yeah they let her know you said even i dunno said the shade chuckle at the editor no but it does say she anyway yeah yeah but still some of those things will be at tenjin superfluous dialogue a lot of at the beginning of the show particularly right now it'd be like unresolved metaphors i'm i i'm pretty sure i don't wanna say i invented that a i'm just super verse verse in that you know isn't in english major that's used unresolved metaphors this is the only place where it's like it's not shade you say well the book was full of unresolved metaphors in you say that's how i mean that was just not as harsh as i said the when you said byron ask a in it even know what that meant but i knew what unresolved i think it is still unresolved metaphor is it anything like similarly that doesn't give finished i know technically that when kind of did but you don't know where we in the midst of a metaphorical dialogue right now oh no it's imaginary dialogue wait so there's a part of my internal imaginary make up a that was an english major oh wow to most did you could say it's great i'd love to sit i i have all my family members they think that brother kenwood proudly makes the best english major just gives he has he ability to retain in disgust discreet things about novels that i don't necessarily possess would i guess in imaginary pardon me does oh no you're you said you were in english major neta neta oh you're you're not a good english okay what do we talking like c plus not quite okay well am i do i pay is you're tuition imaginary in that in my in charge of it we've got one out of two of those okay well it's a well we'll see m sorry i get distracted there by that may be an unresolved metaphor she definitely be unresolved make some like who is this thing which major living in my collective unconscious living in a rick my collective imagine my imagination imagination cool oh you started imagination collective will what i thought you were in english major oh like a you have other interests to okay that's cool i mean maybe you could write in a novel okay good backed intro thanks as the most useful things so far yokich if you're new a couple of things at ways and minicamp here to keep you company take your mind off his stuff that's basically as the basics structurally what to expect with the show that's when it could become different because this podcast is outside of the norms of all things yeah even proper usage of words i mean property who's who's to say that only does he have unresolved metaphors he misuses imagination and they say the nuns were telling me that believe me they don't even know what they don't even know they had rights 'cause i just giggled when they said hey you do you miss shoes you're meant and they say oh boy if you only knew sister as i say but it is still a war was say so okay so if you're new structurally what to expect to show starts off with a few minutes of business then we haven't intro retro make metaphor about the show but really what intro is is is you're you're chance to wind down or fall asleep sleep or you can skip ahead usually around eighteen minutes is the best place to skip ahead to what you'll be pretty close to the beginning of a is next portion of our show but for the majority of regular listeners say is the intro kind of becomes part of their bedtime routine in they used it as they wind down or is more and more listeners who used during the day kind of just to say well this would wonder what scoots do and he's having trouble resolving metaphors and you know that'd be a distraction from the real world stuff for about twenty thirty minutes so it's kind of like an anti coffee break yeah we could say maybe not i don't know if only i knew who knew what the correct usage that was but i think you know what i mean the which so if you're new give the show a few tries especially with the intro could you say well you're not making any sense and i'd say oh boy you gotta you gotta rights which is by definition you you can't say that you can't well i don't know if you can you can you can chew unresolved metaphors they'd say well have you ever see me try to fix anything resolve that one i think you i think you'll see that there is a lake and then we'll find you're resolving in my unresolved issues a spin that metaphor just sent me first spin it was like being yeah you're right maybe i should have snuck assimilating there you're right cheap joke brain okay a i think it was in the middle try and make another point though in that needing listen to me a give it a few tries it doesn't make any sense you'll give it a few tries a lotta people find they say what do you talking about or whatever but i'm just here to help into taking my enough so so so sometimes it takes getting used to come back to that then after that tonight will have a bedtime story you know if you think the intros off a if this'll be a tale of the tape episode where i have pick a movie i haven't seen in a long time is that supposedly some part my like a new stale whatever that would where's that where's you're honest eljay held you said we don't know what oregon's in charged and establish a but whatever it is a try go i say oh you said this movie's really important to say well let's try to remember the plot of it in that always goes very interestingly so i'll be trying to remember the plot of a legend billie jean which may not even be the name in the movie a in in if it'll be very bedtime you know even if i if i remember anything exciting dorrell steer my way around that a like a scooter on beach sand in the end the show will end with some thank yous in some good night's there's some business business between intro in a bedtime story porsche show but really the whole shows a bedtime story it's just a little bit different in also if you knew you don't need to listen to me that you could turn you know listen it as well so you could it gives you tries 'cause you say well i prefer listen scooter where i can't hear what he's saying is i mean i get those reviews are very different like there's some people that liked to concentrate and there's some people that like to lower middle mumble there's some people that liked to slow the showdown in there's some people that just gonna listen in fall asleep in in then they listen all night long like a there's something about so so find what works for you in there's no pressure fall asleep that that's the other key part about this show i'm here to keep you company as you drift off to take your mind off his stuff it to be here at you're side amir ally in the deep dark night we could cause i've been there so there's no pressure fall asleep that's so i i make the show's over in our just over an hour to see how we got plenty of time you could queue up episode after episode if you need to a social pressure will soon be here's the other thing that's kind of knew there's also no pressure like the show and i i wanna fully ilene into that in some sense that like there's no way as there's like a there's only upside i really wanna help you if you give it some tries and you don't it doesn't work for you or you're already listening you say scoots were just not cut from the same jaber whatever i'd say well i don't even know what a gym is but i do know what a bed base and asked if if there wasn't adult bib requirement into a would be the eight eight eight br i they would have signed it for me is he a california fan passed its first day br law hdr one oh seven udall requirement just tre drew drew scooter he's required where bit from now on and it said great shooters that's all i could get behind is you know just have the little to catch thing that the modern bibs have been trough initially in its here's some gas you know i did see gavin on a plane and a regular plane a southwest flight and no doubt like during campaign season in first of all i spotted his hair literally it for i said who like as thought it was a slur i thought it was a it was a flight dalai in he said there's gotta be a laker in ayla celebrity and the lakers they also saw like a grow a four inch by four inch patchett hair and the crowd in he was on the flight and i said well man that's a i gotta respect the move yeah but a if you i'd say thanks repay oh i was gonna say gaffe a photo of yes a a good governor governor newsome a you could do you think i could do like put put like messages on the bed though okay who worked in a great jay they don't know where i was talking about before i came up with adult requirement oh some people might not like me that's what i sing or the podcast might not work for you in avenue saying sleeping me podcast dot com slash nosing q u is there at a pretty simple you'll find the other some other sleep podcasts you'll find some other audio that i've used in the past and then if you do you say well scoot you you know it strongly it the whole the whole big thing that you could find find options to kind of a channel that energy to as i think it's it it i mean i would see delays thought i have some more things but i'll i'll be doing a lot of thinking about this a c can get a copy of do i get a copy bill with japan you signed it since i'm the only person it applies to also who who who petition oh my collective imagination petitioned and they get it passed a while first bill passed a oh it's a referendum first referendum past was a budget of zero we the people of the state of california declare that a a who the passage of abia hd hdr adult buber requirement it could be ultra dough right you know for other people it really my my in but i guess i did i guess so i guess that's it if you knew it really honestly hope despite gaskin help you if you're a regular listener i'm glad you're back a i guess something else giggle about like when you wake up to where i see scooter talking about bibs again i think he was i think it was talking about a he he who's talking about bibs he was gonna designed for english majors late major issues the book in a bit but he's gonna call it it's a new business he is launching we see 'cause he's required to wear a bit but some sort of marketing picketing saying he also said it's great for exercise a really a increases like water to muscles and you're up her shoulder it's called e a book in a bit but any thinks it'll be a big market good for you know baby showers and stuff to a book in a bed the bed been a book it yeah he that's the thing so you know there's another idea also that's my idea by the way pseudo starts taking it you heard it here first either either or riser bit bit of book or booking a bit orbital book because that's what i'd say maybe maybe book a or book book book deb look look lookie i've got a book in my bed a show anyway i'm glad you're here i really hope they can help you fall asleep in bit silly gives you wanna be bedtime feel a little bit less serious but i'm serious about when you sleep i work very hard i schreiber you're and help you fall asleep in a thank you so much for coming by here's a couple ways we keep the show going a hey how you doing a before we get to the show here is wondering if you're a regular listener of the show i always ask effected have you're attention if i could really have it here like it just wondering if you sleep with me on a regular basis just like it was another service a if you consider becoming a patron of the podcasts like particularly if you listen to like eight episodes a month or eight episodes a week or eight episodes nights it just ask if you pause right now actually before you go back and think about the other services you pay for you may pay the cable tv in internet could cost you hundreds of bucks a month the you might pay for a music service or a couple of streaming tv service is it just think about how often you use those things in compared to how often you used to sleep with me i mean i know for a fact the some of the show podcast i personally support on patriot on i used more than the music streaming service i pay for so just think about how many hours a month or week do you listen to sleep this me compared to a music or movies you watch on one service or tv in just sleep with me have that same value to you as a service because it weird thing about sleep with me is it's optional optional the pay so the people that choose to pay for it a they're the ones that keep it going for everybody so it's kind of a weird conundrum i'm in a in urine 'cause you can have all the power so it's a little bit different it's cool because people have become patrons supporter sponsors at any of the other people to listen to show that might not be in a position to support it yeah i guess that's different than premium music services wraps it but really what it comes down to is do get a lot of value out of the show just like another service like you say wow the account on sleep with me to get to sleep or i just enjoy it i enjoy falling asleep to the show like this podcast bring you more joy than any of that stuff but that you pay for on regular basis it does it compare like did you use it you compare in if if the answer's yes in you're in a position to do so i'd love it if you consider supporting the show at ten bucks a month or twenty bucks a month of five bucks a month on the if it brings you that much value in it on top of that you get an ad free podcast feed news and most podcast apps you'll get tons of behind the scenes stuff on patriot fans the lens at the end you'll be part of something bigger you'll be a rebel you'll be rebelling you say i am paying for free podcast to keep a three other people i might not even know so they can get a good night's sleep is really something cool coups it's a cool kind of rebellion it's the school is other side of the pillow so if if that resonates with you consider going to sleep with me podcasts dot com slash patron that's sleep with me podcast dot com slash patron in supporting the show thanks area here buddy hey tonight's episode so does another this it's been a i think it's been a little while since i've done one of these it's a tale of the tape episode in normally we usually these sometimes user seasonal but this happened to be kind of walk you through the structure sure why were when this came up in the in the idea like so structurally what i'll do is the tale of the tape episode is basically taking a movie i used to watch as a kid into some these will be movies you you have no familiarity with its but in you could check out in a movie i haven't seen in a long time in then try to remember the plot of the movie basically said movie the head the great meaning to me when i used in say will suits if they move is still important to you what happens in the movie has said well good question him in a kind of found by accident at the structurally works and then we kind of ads will see how it unwind a if we have time if you end up kind of look up some facts about the movie or the plot and qena some articles and see how matches up a bit just start with i like to go in most so it's a little information though there has been times i'm so that a like it hasn't worked out but so but that's the beauty of editing pausing yet in here's the first thing i'll miss remember but it just just happened yesterday which is driving it was coming back from road road trip and a song came on in now i can't think of who sang it but it's eighty song in like it's show we are young i think is the is in there's a couple of songs where you're young you so this might not be the one you're thinking of in it's nuts saying by a good boy so this is already maybe i'll think of who saying it's a it's a net debbie harry yeah but it it's a the laker showed but it's the eighties songstress lou maybe linda ronstadt no probably not much i know who it is the bar in part of my brain 'cause this is literally yesterday this song came on in and i said to myself this is a song from the movie legend billie jean which comes up on the podcast a it was one of the movies based on my formative movie watching years my formative wilford like it wasn't my formative years becoming going from a boy man i was still boy because my my blooming whistleblower later than most a psychic keep you know such you use we use useful attitude now but so what is it linda ronstadt i dunno it's not a man who sings that oh there's something really great showing a who sings the song that i used to make up a ton of parody seven i dunno like i love rock and roll i don't think it's a person either legend joan jett but you know you know i'm in that somewhere in that ballpark say very joan jett ask or if if still linda linda ronstadt issue i think it is a you know i think today's you today called power pop maybe yeah but so that was one of the songs from the movie you made me think this movie legend ability gene in have great fun memories of it so we'll get into a little still will talk about it it gets destroyed let's just let's get to it right okay so the legend billie jean i don't think i saw it in the theater 'cause it's probably too young i'm almost positive that but then like i've talked about on the show there is this great period in my life where there is some special offer h b o or whatever the packaging is that we had h b o and my house for like two years in this is when i was exposed to things permanently impact my life in a positive way not necessarily the news kids in the hall in l a watch a lot of movies say probably think brian during the day a but so then we will either tape the movie or we just watch it over and over so this movie legend billie jean king again i don't know how it holds up but it really isn't interesting movie as site geist wise i said i i think in in a powerful way when you think about well however members storytelling yeah but i think in some way a at least in my memory will chusetts is really a bit of a forward movie from the eighties in maybe not and what i make exactly thinking i'm thinking of in in some different ways a it'd be which is because eighties were kind of a time of the like vanilla ice cream only only answer you would you would you prefer saltine crackers vanilla ice cream even if you were talking subject actually you'd say well like french vanilla yeah so i dunno i guess him the mic mixing my medical mixing mixing up my metaphors but so so whatever age i was like is late grammar school would have would have people call it a elementary school grammar school age ended this movie had it start to slater said helen slater in christian slater in i believe this is probably christian slater sort of first film in i think yeah helen had been a maybe a new winner to movies like starring role but she was the star of the film in it did have like a i i don't know all the cast a you know like a but it did have peter coyote in a ho boy a low you're you're only a year lease smith who plays lisa simpson i think maybe not maybe i'm wrong but anyway i may i may be wrong as i could be wrong on that one dude who maybe at most positive she's a voice of one of the simpsons maybe it's march because they think whoever plays lisa simpson who is in another movie base in into tv show that's about to be rebooted a it could be you know they've been wrong before also as the actor who is also in back back to school which must come out before this because they already had an affinity for him just you just use a rule later bowl he said that the leading this movie he was elite in that movie because he's now like a big ed hunky males show i said i could relate to him yeah but it was this later is that a like a worthy features i guess in the film of the jc peter coyote which he he can have a a what was in it and then m one is a window secondary characters from a top gun was in in wanna see names koby cat but i think that's the name of like a pontoon like sailboats maybe his name is hoagie though huby what's his name in the movie in will look it up later which still helen slater in christian slater way continue have great affinity thirty four particularly christian slater he went on to be in a gleaming q but not that long after this movie which is another movie i don't know if i watch it quite as many times as a movie i liked a lot a couple of my siblings love it's an i think i would love it if i had watched it more but i guess i just loved this movie with a little bit more than that in you know what else to say i mean i said a media good particularly i'm proud of christian slater just because of a he like he's just in mister robot in he kind of had like a like a career with a couple of different wives where he would say expected go one way then you can i had a period where he was a little bit absence and then he came back in a different direction in who's really good in the contender six thousand movie which was like it's kinda come back then you then not exactly sure 'cause they don't watch a lot of tv but tennessee is at christian slater mister robot holy cow but it may mean it may be home slater's book by best showing people currently is in super girl was originally in the movie super girl i think it was also in the m one superman new tv show that was like a rom com in a he's like a clark and lowest should maybe this girl day ahead of now lois and clark the new super man and i think that's what it was called yeah but show which is my point i am or i'm a big fan of the slater's such i guess you would i do like a so i guess we could talk about the movie now if i could remember how it opens a in there is a bit of irony is one of the focuses of the movie is a scooter in this is back in the eighties in so scooters in the eighties you're different than they are today they didn't have a great price at some point they did have the full power scooters or the electric scooters today people especially in cities in america yeah you say okay well you may maybe a subject ebay it brings so feelings for people in its some point you like in the eighties and the seventies a people had things called on mopeds they think originally called in when you see romantic things like in italy early people had scooters switcheroo like a little lower power might like a less of a motorcycle yeah but still you could get around in now i'm kind of thinking is opening images i'm pretty sure this is were just where i get a big mixed up a but i'm pretty sure the opening images of the film were helen slater qena returning home from work work a liquid over her job was in a beach town like he which would assume it was like a service job in the beach town maybe they showed her working are getting off work maybe she worked in some some cool beach related thing ended in cruising it's kind of seeing that she was a very a laker weld like a person may be in then going back to a beach house a which you you say well what age range was then that's that's another good question in eight shannon i honestly can't tell if a like in the movie am trace gift she was like the z adults like maybe in her like a similar between eighteen and twenty two a suming adult adult figure but i could be wrong which she goes back to the house in her brothers their christian slater a she's billie jean her brother is maybe pyatt whereas pie one of the m a i don't know but a it could it could hear her saying it a an induced she gets home in pretty sure right away it establishes she's very close with their brother she loves her scooter but now i'm thinking that maybe her brother had a scooter so this is one point while just definitely mitt i'm probably wrong this is what's the tale the tape in my mind with the most positive i could see her on a scooter ride a in the opening in the movie cruising driving along it though i could also be remembering a the movie a movie he a with linda hamilton and maybe getting linda hamilton from a movie she was in which is a given age or andy she's i i do okay i probably am i'm picturing linda hamilton in writing back in her scooter m to to her house a in in equating talents later so that could be this is where the tale of the tape you know who say well those tapes were yeah we were dubbed over that and accidentally you know we had to do this is back when you had to use a vcr a bitch movie opens with talent slater who will just say that then we see her brother maybe pieta then i'm not sure about that is then we find out that a like a dude who her brother christian slater in his pride enjoys this his scooter is that he saved up a all his money for in a really loves a in just then very quickly i guess you you know the key action moving maybe the other characters sure established which are two friends nizer which is name i remember one of two young women that are a i guess a friends or may in neighbors in it'll remember the news one had longer hair one had shorter hair one would gladly played by year ugly as smith whatever whoever's name in other actresses i don't i just honestly don't know but those were the two friend characters it don't know if there is any other friend character is there is definitely isn't remembering a but like a is so what what happens next is a we've learned that a the blue like something happens with christian slater scooter in what would say i i saw the dude's name and ended up dead it's this a maybe his name's pyatt and know what's his name whole be that's the actor's name same huby maybe that was his name and there's maybe that's his real name maybe he's pie i don't know but it'd be this gives this total surfer bra no fence anybody out there just this is a character of in character character sure yeah he grew she gets you do like a i don't know if he's jealous of a christian slater scooter or what but they have like gab borrow it i think in a in a lake or something in in the scooter gets totally ruined ended they think it's all a big thing because this kid is rich show also in also a christian slater feelings more than his feelings get hurt a in i think he goes to try m stand up to them and they say well we didn't do anything you know in is simply this when peter coyote gets involved volved a yeah he's like this is is this town share of the beach town share of any kind of says what's going on here ended they said well we don't know the somebody is who like it's a mystery any kind of stuck like a you know within the bounds of his profession he says oh but helen slater billie jean is not happening in so she goes up to this he is piracy you be i don't know but she sit him the surfer and she says you gotta pay for this and he goes no now her his dad in him owen some store as at a lake still shoot shoot trinkets detour asu you know overpriced t shirts and stuff like that and so she goes to the dead and she says her son the destroyed my brother scooter any needs to pay for it or in the he says no i didn't dad you know no she's lying ended the hound there's no end you know this is like a you know we you will pay for it ended the dad is played by actor that usually plays like slime ball a ansi but he says sure i'll pay for it and then what happens this quickly becomes parents at the elite doesn't intend to pay in which is like a village in a position where she further has to assert right and wrong in her boundaries so now what happens next except that a like it this is before christian slater was in the movie like a which he in that movie right like a young a young cowboys i think it was called a with billy the kid he even in this movie fantasizes about being billy the kid type character in so at some point he gets involved and he pretends he's billy the kid so if they take the money he would which is rightfully theirs in like in the building jeans like seeing you know who the hell no it to the to the dad but don't know i think we go it goes like yeah quickly goes like a a ride because of christian slater a book pushing everything up a notch in they have to bail a in like oh yeah so i think oh yeah kisses is daddy is is is is is the main scillies he bumps his elbow any such a bummer album because you're brother bumped in something you know you usual a in so they have to bail i don't know if they've got any i guess they didn't get any of the money yeah but they still a bail out of their cause it this way it's like this is this town rich guy i in his bradey son so they bailed they go back to their neighborhood maybe lifting a like a i guess he did living in a trailer park because maybe that makes sense a like a trailer park near the beach each agency 'cause they said well that'd be like a like for the should who makes sense with the two of them into their just closest to their neighbors also okay now i'm remembering a couple of other things but basically ugly what they do is they they start packing up the two of them casino they're gonna get busted soon in their two best friends were like what do you guys do and why so worried maybe they're even hanging at the house a there there yet their place they see no no we gotta get out of here they asked to one friend what's a shorter hair canoe drivers somewhere they 'cause we gotta get out in she says sure in the two friends like were coming waste you know the one fringe she's younger with longer hair she's kind of like a wedding get away any way in susan they all end up a lake going like if we were forced to give this call to adventure a busy going this call to adventure end is they pack of a car a station wagon now this is where i guess my memory gets mixed up whether the the the the station wagon which is a station wagon four a m which typically skilled mini gulf war if they go and they spend the first one i maybe this is just a dream of mine i mean it is a dream of mine in the first place they go to the hideout is like a mini golf place a then i guess would be cools down maybe 'cause it's the end of the summer i dunno but that they're hiding inside a mini golf place i mean that would make sense if there is a mini golf place or if they're just hiding out in a in what do you call it the the the the station wagon and it just full of mini golf balls yeah but sure i'm not sure about that but a similar they hide out in the news suddenly becomes like this big deal like his dad his dad put his own reward for busting billie jean because of believe peter coyotes like okay well catch i mean whatever like a in the dad's like no show he kinda makes like a a big reward to catch billie jean in this is one aspect of it said it was like hey like this would be the rest of the movie a becomes what people now call go going viral lake over the whole rest of the movie it becomes a legend billie jean day yeah she becomes a viral don't exactly remember how though like i remember like what happens it acts like they go to seven eleven and get food they talk a lot in you really shabelle issued its four of them care for one another i show there's that part then then they like they have to keep hiding out in somehow they end up trying to sneak into this house a yeah and i don't know how they decided that or where like a like a really fancy mansion incheon so they said oh and nobody's here it's just a rich rich person's beach house or something where it's a nice pool so they go in there what they don't realize is is the guy though the actor from a what do you call it a bit back to school lives there in east kind of like a wreck kusuma introvert ended shows in a very very you know there's just rising action but it's more of like a a misdirect in he says oh i know who you are ended in for some reason it just happens at the move like joan of arc movies and so they watch joan of arc movie in billie jean is thinking about like how how all those there's been hurting two levels of injustice a tourist three levels said i mean literally at the hands of the patriarchy him in a in the lake especially this overclass a patriarch and his son new future patriarch yeah is in it was it's all done any kind of a straightforward i mean i think like in without trying buried in subject soon and i think there's a good to like i dunno that's where i'm surprised the eighties was that part of it a one part was that surprise you that wasn't like a like for me whatever great house and i was like okay i get this i get the message in just being delivered to mean a straightforward way but not is not spoon fed to me at this time but again it might just i dunno if it stands up to time but another thing it's a great lewis said the casting m b 'cause i really saw it and again this is just my memory is that a friend likes before we say were even i don't remember everybody's names were a like the friendships were very believable andy says it wasn't like like amy no really say overall lack actors and actresses were professionalized nationalized like there's something about profession is like a like a more people get into do they get into acting at a young age j the harder it becomes to fruit to ticket you're good performances foreman says from child the actors and actresses i mean i don't know if you know what i mean like you see movies were every kid i mean i guess this would be a little bit younger these were like a high school the young adults a performances were at least student at the time i found them very reliable unbelievable in without being like a like do they seem like real people in so is this show they're staying this guy's house in i think there's a ticking clock maybe his his parents are coming home or something in a day or two in they watch joan of arc he tells to billie jean at a like he believes and what she's doing is then she goes into this introspective mode and also the younger long haired character she she a an experience is their own personal changing grows ended ended in is to billie jean sooner own or a kind of figuring introspective mode but also like a planning mode in in accepting motive for a lake in needing to be just stand up but also the get this counter message out because this said to patriarch dude who's like a like you should just to you know i'm gonna put up a reward because ability jeans a jerk in the sushi cuts her hair i guess there's another point of the movie with said she had long blond hair ended as part of her identity up until this point so she sees joan of arc she gets her hair also they didn't have have any change close so she was wearing like a simply tell go swimming which i think happened earlier there's a water slide from the kids bedroom into the pool from the second floor which is like this dramatic and cool saying m the two she cut her hair she like a it's like a like some sort of them what is it called a wet to search wearing a wet suit top which is like make sure cooler ended in the gay tell us about power media like i think they had like a like there's like a twenty five minute marshall mcluhan like think piece in there wasn't even worse out there really cool is it you know and he said well now we have these cameras we could get it like it just made sense on the internet because this doesn't make sense in the movie but at this point me my my belief was suspended or whatever my disbelief abbott so they a she films the singer she says say here's what really happened or i'm gonna like a she says will settle this like a like it's too honest people she says to the dude's father like i'm willing to settle this you pay for my brother scooter or something like that a in she sets a time again like i'll meet you hear i think that's what happens because then it becomes is she also makes a speech where she says fair fair is fair which is basically like a you son damaged my brother scooter scooter needs to be replaced now you're making up all this bs a it to cover you're you're you're since tracks a yeah you know in car karma's common now meanwhile because of this you visited the father figure to be trying to hype all this becomes even more hyped in what happens is a like everything becomes viral lake villa jamie comes viral in this positive way as a dad keeps hyping up his reward in she really does become this a legend a in she goes his inspiration for people staying up the old white dude to me basically injustice like of like a self a self lakers self actualization i don't know if that's what it is like a bit of standing up for yourself and see in this is wrong if fair that if it's fair means fair air yeah i think it's fair means fair so you know they have some montage of them wait there's another point where they go somewhere to eat and they made a bunch of kids a who know who they are maybe they go to a party i dunno says it must have been after the video came out where they go somewhere but i think they went to a pizza place they got free pizza in the maybe a bunch of their free stuff a maybe they went to a store into the kids that ran the source said oh well my parents on the store like a maybe something like that so so they start to get like this a groundswell of support for billie jean king might seem trophy but then even the dead a stretch to capitalize selling big billie jean t shirts a week is he like a to exploit like a like dude who commercially exploiter a rebellious image in i think in radio station even offers a to give them a scooter that's in the brothers like well wishes take his scooter from the radio station they say billie jean just come get the scooter it's waiting for or you in billie jean like no a were were getting v a or were you know were getting the scooters it i think the dead even the dad or somebody else erects this giant like paper miss shape at a twenty foot statue of billie jean you there must have been another like plot twist but at some point they have to go down to the beach now it just went viral social tons of people at the beach waiting for it's like billie gene day like legend billie jean we see everybody's like it's become a fashion she's become a fashion icon in in of course like the hype is that billy jeans like a like a super versa force because of the dead a so there's a lot of like peter coyote stuck in the middle in also the two friends get dropped off with peter coyote he says okay what's going on they say nothing really gene just like a but in new like peter coyote lose just like jurisdiction so that becomes this whole big thing ended in a suit will will you meet with their like their dad yeah like and then will just the eternal bringer in or whatever or or you really gonna give her the money of course a daddy is like so like sort of simon so a can't remember what he does what he says oh yeah i'll give her the money you know and then you can buster stir and they give me my money back or something no he refuses to so peter coyote as split up the money maybe yeah so but i dunno so they basically it all culminates at the beach meeting in the dead pool some stone at the very end in the end up like a yeah no no is it which is very dramatic ending yeah i don't even like a where i think the dad hopefully gets in his son get busted a bill gene's gonna shown maybe tragic turn the tables on billie jean one last time which she qena says a well this is exactly what i think you'll like in a court like right in front of everybody says well this is exactly what happened a in a in a in a dad bosoms stunt one last time then christian slater bumps his elbow i just because of the dead pulled something is so then christian slater bumps his elbow peter coyotes china keep everything that everybody worries about billie jean dinner statue gets knocked over in the dead a all his merchandise skit sweat like a giant wave comes in basically in who takes out his merchant which is great and he said no no i'm losing my billie jean t shirts i think that's how it ends but let me look up some stuff a juicy give some facts here it really don't think i'm doing the movie justice a switch to well let's go to wikipedia first yeah yes so it came out in nineteen eighty five may three point one million at the box office rating was it let's see what rating was a yeah she right rides it's a with her younger brother on his handily won fifty to go swimming in huby by the yeah they they a they did they wanna deliver in vermont to that's how it ends a but he'll be stakes the scooter in the friends names are potter and feely a in they she goes to do to peter coyote i o t but he says just wait till the scooter comes home with your brother just kids stuff a yeah then billie jean tries to get the money then a big sister brother you know escalates everything mr by bumps shoulder as in peter a coyote detective ringwald realizes she should've intervened earlier yeah billie jean just do you know now village in like mystified shown up oh yes so a then they meet lloyd who's a oh see while he's a key issue there's an extra layer with a video in lloyd 'cause his dad his dna hey yeah is there but they still some video and everything they build villi binge eating becomes a teen i can young fans fowler every movement yeah she brings butter and no feel you back a ringwald while the oh they cover like they used a bunch of ability genes for distraction will now it says mr by puts out be a reward a maybe that's where the combination is her and her brother go undercover as in her cover gets blown it being bumped to shoulder billie jean gets a mr bites gives mr by is is is is they deserve it come up ants in everyone saw the everyone sees it in a row and then they take out his store ended in later billie jean banks are headed to vermont into a in being sued looks after read snowmobile okay so i did remember it a let's see soundtrack in invincible is pat benetton or did i say pat benetton or it'll they did a we will be invincible we are young yeah but it's invincible is the name of the song okay cillizza look at random nato's like a see i did there and the tomato meter forty percent of the audience score seventy five percents let's just see if there's any 'em critics we know let's see any famous critics here on the first page let's just dig deeper true and financial like reviews around when it came out that cnn racing earlier the two thousand five so will skip set in the film school recheck sexually has a a post about watching will operated a tony things we learned from the legend billie jean commentary yeah let's see here paraphrasing freezing there's a lot of talk recently about the lack of a female superhero films in great ones in particular but one of us just a little people missed out on star sound slater and it's not super super girl it's a legend billie jean in as side kicks in mississippi catchphrase a fair is fair not fair means fair okay so let's see you the the story in character beach silver fun and excitement set to a catchy soundtrack a roster familiar faces christian slater you're ugly smith you're a chaotic he scored and in dean stack well in the dude from a top gun end is oh wow might have to watch it might have final say on dvd balance later in the year the smith the commentators say in yearly smith says she's still gets approached by people who ask a quota there'll be a huge transfer to she became a woman in the movie like we knew she had her first period is just so is a big deal for their character one of her catch sciences wendy when connected diaphragm a hound slater's first comment a is that christian slater is not actually her brother holy cow holy cow she says people always assume they're related to which i could only reply guilty is charge storage of that's like a the the thing i thought they were related to holy cow yeah they both character both actresses joke about they're terrible southern accents a yeah they said it was a might have been hard for christian slater 'cause a the three actresses kind of hung out but he didn't have anyone who's he is age fifteen any at school during its yeah let's see what else a is there like the film was rewritten a lotta times so much so see original writer walter burn scene which ended up on credited yeah they both like working with peter coyote yeah there's like a pg thirteen a there's a lot of f bombs they said they were surprised a in the it'd be 'cause i wanna say like maybe my daughter's watch go watch just said i don't think it's it's okay to swear and they talk about richard bradford who may be the dirt bag in the movie the day had a yeah we talk about the other actress some are a great garum a they also had do helen had to do a lot of shots in a wig because of reshoots after hair which cut a smith still has the stuffed bear that her character ktar loved in the movie oh they were shooting this movie when schumer girl came out and they have some of the cast went to see it on opening day m is they shot it in corpus christi texas and that's where it says set a in that they would go to the mall during their time off during shoots a allen said the school 'cause it were malls in new york city yeah let's see you're smith was twenty in them when when she shot movie characters but fourteen and let's see the goals were watching the film for the first time in a long time in helen seemed very taken it's a very seems wilbon for the through the simple plots yeah she kept missing the power of media true some betrayal through the whole film that while talking about the writer bernstein's struggle a elite gene simmons transition from long short hair avin offscreen a talk about the hair cut a let's see oh they have joe smith regardless seeing his supporters first period m smith says selling his keys gordon was good kisser yeah i dunno i remember that scene smith is helen like skis gordon is them you know he must be the guy from sorry sorry keys keys gordon is actor at a once in a decade remember the other movie a back to school school as you allen says she's still gets fans people at approach you're referencing this so more than any other yeah she letters a haircut protests seen shirley call through smith to cutter incredibly long hair but she resisted protests did so she wore way big beech daly strikes both actresses administering either remembers what happens the same here and then they remember christian slater is wearing a dress a yeah they regret not keeping any swags from the movie yeah helen wishes she kept a some of the frisbee say had yeah but they say the one item allen did keep was a sweater from the last seen in vermont in the final a launch from film school rejects after seeing through who like a three decades ago became one of those movies then i never saw it out but would watch again yeah on the rare occasion i came across on tv but since speaking of the new who may have watched it twice more once sheree reacquaint myself at once with the commentary commentary in both feelings were were good fun yeah commentary shows slater and smith in good spirits even though the is the humorously struggle remember the movie through commenting on a they recalled only a small details would enter having no wonder how the movie ends priceless say well i'm glad i'm not alone but innocence stands up so definitely movies checkout i guess it's like on the are side of pg thirteen first language goes but a yeah i dunno i i feel like yeah there's a movie i watched a lot as a kid makes it good night when did they give a recently review the show on apple podcasts it get any games on your phone says thank you scoots a five star selves me every night sleepy's asleep sleep as says a at within thirty minutes which is the feet from me absolutely genius it's become a ritual honestly look forward to it five stars a jazz star thirteen you know there that was like a radio had song lake rarely they play it's like old senate version jazz are i wish i could sing a few bars but it's to deepen the show a brilliant narrator has a gift ono how does it funny and clever acting sky at s k o t t this is like a kind of a like a does this is a two star review what is the point of a some people just they tend to make this up about the podcast a you see this again and again they say the tick should ask for money for twenty twenty minutes every episode which just simply isn't true yeah i mean maybe they just catch it would do when i asked the beginning of the show which isn't even really a few minutes and then at the the midpoint point 'em but yeah it is a matter of like i have to push outside my comfort zone so so they can keep the podcast going in free yeah but i guess you gotta like i dunno like i should i should be like so true grain person i could just like a not even register with me maybe maybe i'm growing the way a cpr twentyone from canada says gods and a user's very often a button nights when i feel do myself toss oh i don't use it often but when a nighttime tossing and turning it pop on sleep with me a the cla like that one they said they were using the combat but in then they moved over this podcast and it puts him sleeping in five minutes thank you happy kid says avenue and you're awesome a village it podcast last couple of months have found it to not only be good for bedtime wonderfully distracting blocks out grumbly people thanks a eva arses amazing using it for months so good max twenty minutes a thousand percent recommend it's a yet and see says a sleep with me sleep with you every and again you know now i couldn't do it the farm farm free in a gateway for the next round of game of thrones a truly truly a big help a this is from guys we are today to the to the stone or start a been dealing with so many things now in school which you know causes other things which you know is made it hard to sleep in the other things coming up at nighttime hasn't heard about podcast give it a try ten minutes as a sound asleep at the way i like to listen is by train of focus and everything is being said i just lost my brain just sleep a in dealing a lot of stuff that a lot of us deal is a in a m so happy the help gives you gave me the energy just start getting help the go to class says that's big big thing for me really an honor to help a neighbor seventy from canada can't believe this works but it does a discover the accident a looking at usually using sleep meditation this popped up in the room i won't step screws roy stuff it's a a fire vixen like food from like you here's some of the nine a price to see it on a regular show but yeah is it i thought i even the window that whole thing became a thing with the two documentaries trees i thought it was fruit 'cause my dyslexia those fry f f r a y e fry the nights i said like why would i watched this is not a joke it and then i do like it was like okay maybe i should choose which documentary venture i'm gonna watch and then i did in when i was choosing universe oh it's like a f y ari like it shouldn't do it but this person was a i don't know if they're in that shoot but boy so good so soothing ican and i hear the theme for plays i sleep well it's from incognito eighty to a mad mad mad ski says a love this a is a like a my mom recommended it in it's never failed thanks shoe in heidi carats i believe was like are two thousand written review so thank you heidi care it's the best there is a so i you've tried come to then i gave this to dry in the it helps me sleep as so they said thank you so much for reviewing the show on apple podcasts in you sleep with me grows by direct listener support on patriot on in the bible is sports visors we grow by people a severe just naturally sharing the show writing move users telling people about it is so thanks everybody does that in a few look for podcasts you gotta check within the wires says season one two and three a brilliant brilliant brilliant podcast you're gonna start at any of those i mean i listen a season one first a but you could start with any season might be cooled here to people's different experiences in listening to

ceo four inch twenty thirty minutes twenty five minute eighteen minutes twenty percent forty percent twenty foot two years
Let's Talk Sex with Kate Moyle

Get Your Glow Back

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Let's Talk Sex with Kate Moyle

"Hello and welcome to the GECKO global poll costs a wellness. pocus to help you get your play back I'm today by Kate Moyle a psycho sexual and relationship therapist who was passionately working to help people understand themselves and create the sex lives Komo Dane like such education is the first thing I mean is not going to fool education about this and be enjoying it to the mocks so communication is a huge part of sex I think it definitely makes you feel more empowered and so really assumption as the biggest challenge we have to always kind of assume not assume so imagining opponent is nothing Mitt exploring those narratives and days is a massive part of it because we have a mainstream kind of idea about sex nutty it's not a one size fits ashamed embarrassment there's a lot of emotional connection to it I thought we talk through some different areas sex so that we can feel much more confidence cost Ted talks watch sex on the couch and we were talking about earlier the thing that you'll notice everybody comes back to time and time again is communication and it's because which is the communication is location and if there is just so much truth in that and I think if you ever read articles about sex blogs I always knew I was to be some kind of therapist I just wasn't sure exactly what type of narrowing it down from there then I wrote a dissertation for you understanding what people are saying about sex what you agree with what you don't agree with what you feel feels right for you so there's partners kate does such an amazing job of demystifying semi things we'd nervous to talk about Am I learnt so much from his chat with how am I can't wait to share it with you then they're not gonna know because then telepathic but the difficulty is that we just expect them to know and vice versa and you have to educate them about the I think it's a really good way of approaching it because the confusion or the kind of carrying almost amazing put gossip moment ted talks at the moment amazing books about sex people writing articles about sexual wellbeing is top of the media's list at the moment and I think would approach so in exploring all of that can be really helpful the other part of it is getting to know your body yourself so south pleasure touch it doesn't necessarily have to be so let's talk about sex compete to the podcast orbits about being sensual so you knowing what feels give you the pressure the speed and familiarizing yourself with your own body not enjoying is actually potentially really damaging prospects lives and how do you build the confidence to communicate Tina how do you figure out what you like have you don't feel confident in communicating what you want or knowing what you want why would you stop he has so there's a phrase that we use sex sexual therapists if we can't tell partners but we want what we need what we're hoping for and explain to them what feels good for us or what doesn't feel good for us I guess is all our nose a psycho sexual and relationship therapist now that is a job I didn't get hold of our school so I would love Sner got in years so for me relationship therapists who's GonNa tied in the work I do around sex relationships together amazing and I fail like taxes on topic that can bring do kind of practicing and actually if you have an idea of what is physically going on then you're in a much more position to experiment with the obviously how do we embrace life say will be someone for a long time and we need to up the time I'm actually currently working with boots you are launching their sexual wellbeing range at the moment and the whole point being they are helping Aja what do you think is the best way to do it I think the best way to do it is to explore it together with your partner so we kind of hear the phrase like jazz it up was so every peel about his expectations and say what is going to be better for us us being that particular couple that particular person cool to gain the confidence to invest in sexual wellbeing now the difficulty being historically sex is a topic that we talk about we detonate exploded oh it's behind closed doors so everybody assumes everybody else is having better sex in them or more sex different sex in them and it just really isn't the case what your law center is the ones you really don't go so that you're on the same page I think as with anything in life when we don't have the space so you know when I talked about the anatomies of our body in sex education will ever really multiple at about sex when they're going to working it out we'll let fumbling around Sexual partners in order to complete the place for me and went from there but I studied psychology trained I dislike sexual therapist it's difficult to create a shift in routine but it takes the intention to do that I'm for someone who has never introduced an unexploded up together so talking to each other or if you want to try something new I always say appreciate with a positive you know remember that and so often jazzing it up especially in a long term relationship is every time we have sex trying one thing differently whether that's in intimately why don't we go on a date night why don't we try a sex toy if eleven about that look at the website together choose the one that you like the look of the looking into this space there's so many places to shop around us now I think actually one of the real challenges mm-hmm we had really great sex on holiday in it was really good because of these things why don't we try and do more of that what we try to make more space trust to be I think the difficulty with Saxon sexual wellbeing sexual confidence is that everything else in life we learned through trial and error through practice is through compensations we talk about it we ask questions we get educated and we don't when it comes to sex and then everyone expects is in a positive way framing it is a way that is encouraging and affirming rather than negative in criticizing sperry very differently received it is the same with sex but the fear of getting it wrong holds us back so much so I think taking the risk thera some great sex toys around some more complex simple but competence with anything is taking the risk to start to veracity over particular type buddy but everybody has the right to pleasure everybody has the right to fund or bodies it does Eh is such a good point because so much of what we know about what he confidence is that it's actually about how we feel and how we look so it is coy anything how do you build up confidence to kind of start that conversation APP or begin the kind of the journey into kind so internal revenue just external but the difficulty of the society that we live in demonstrates regularly through images and the media society and that it's about doing something fun together and investing in your relationship in a different way I think if we can anger in the perspective in the right way GonNa allow you to be in a sexual space and enjoy yourself and actually if you don't enjoy it that's going to then have a negative impact on how you feel about sex in general they look like what they're like and I think if there is something that makes you feel more confident then lean on those things as a crunch to help you so if you're feeling roadside when is a space what that leaves us with is our imagination to fill and so Naro West places extreme places you as a therapist about he absolutely and I think particularly at different stages of life postpartum being one of them is very common sweep that is it can really intimidating so I think having a look at things I look at a website you'd have to do anything you'd have to buy anything that that particular body type or look is better invested commerce I mean we don't agree with as individuals and actually we know that we should celebrate it sang-jo partner can we explore something together the emphasis being on together I want to do this with you I'm going to replace you with a sex toy which I think is lots of people's often competent in your body it can often Hindia sex life because you might not feel comfortable being naked being touched when you had a slightly more traumatic experience it's obviously completely individual every case is different every person is different now chips it can have a massive knock on affect isn't an isolated part of ourselves it's an integrated part sexuality is a part of being human more shy away a bit less confident well something that makes you feel better or where a material that makes you feel good or dim the lights slightly so that elected to be an expert on that just makes no sense it would not happen in any other life whatsoever I can step into your shoes and tomorrow how can we kind of move pasta and feel comfortable themselves so that we can embark on sexual activity with partner and not let that hold us back a lot of people who struggle with body image actually a lot more about them and how they see themselves and how people see the obsolete and is this something that people come to you important and I think that again helping you to help yourself workout if you think you need to do this if you think that allege of sexual and relationship therapists so the RT is kind of accrediting body of sexual relationship therapists in this country and they have feel more comfortable because the thing that is killer to sex and to sexual arousal and desire is destruction and you're going to be distracted if you're feeling anxious it's really the bed on the bed studying clothes lights on lights off a different room a different position Lube Noli sex toy or not it's not so bring us boundaries places really important they need to be clear and being able to say no is another thing that's really discuss sexuality is very entwined with how we see ourselves as a person and if we're struggling with sex was struggling with relation and your partner has seen Achot probably hundreds of times if you're home term relationship they know what you look like and the reality is when we watch movies receive people having sex and obviously it's sped up e-e-e-e-no gloriously the man the link to being able to find a therapist directory on there if people need to look for someone but it's working out if there are any triggers for you is there anything that I kind of deals with what happened is completely different sexual therapy is a really good and safe space to do that so there's the August the first female orgasm is that it is both a psychological physical process experience the thing that we are learning more when that bit isn't working isn't working for us it can impact lose the rest of our lives and we've had a traumatic experience you know is an absolute no no then you need to communicate with your partner because the risk of re traumatizing yourself is high and they would want to be traumatizing you either this is our again kind of going hand in hand together so where is the best place to start if for example you're not having orgasms with your partner a similar structure to penis it becomes erect it kind of grows aroused and most women orgasm through cottrill simulation what you're doing is creating performance anxiety or potential performance anxiety because your focus on what you're doing it's on in building up that sense of tension can be really important for people when it comes to sex especially because the lives we live in a really busy kind of sometimes like treat sex actually manager you have that with it but it's definitely important kind of acknowledge that it's going on rather than pretend it's not put yourself through something that might traumatic again time giving a body a chance to warm up to adjust to what's happening focusing on what you enjoy so think about the skin is the body's larger how we manage our lives and actually what we need is to separate sex from everything else so S. Two Perot here is the queen how would you help yourself to get that the first thing to do is to not focus on trying orgasm so in setting a goal you've sexuality and relationships and intimacy talks about that naturally neurotic and how comes to clash with during laundry cleaning up after the kids king when we're talking about sex is that it's not just all about intercourse actually foreplay plays a really important part in getting our bodies ready for sex in the arousal women or Gaza but at the same time or anything like that and it doesn't always work that way especially for women it's more complex with female chasm so I'd love to ax and may not feeling good about it do you think that it's just about opening up to a new partner or do you think you need to see a therapist would of the ways to kind of hill like teasing building up anticipation anticipation is the best natural aphrodisiac that we have and so almost setting yourself the challenge of having a can of around their experience going on we know that the kitchen is the only woman in the human body designed purely for pleasure has eight thousand nine endings it has opening the door to sex potentially and this mindful sex movement and mindfulness movement that we taking a lot of the moment has been happening us so when we talk about desire we're talking about the want to be sexual arousal the physical ability to be able to be inside there's two way of trying to get to so the irony being the best way to resume to nothing strange sense taking Tena Asli completely preoccupied with what we're thinking about the same time so we understand that there is an bouncing a wacky meals sir we have to create that head space and I think when it comes to orgasm for lots of women it's exactly the same sorry we've got four plays at touching and building positive encouragements partner kind of telling them what we're doing right but say self exploration whether it's with a toy Livan sex on the side and that's completely investments normal and the focus ben learn more about research and sexuality at the moment is that those things are so closely entwined if we're in our heads for not really in our bodies were really nobody's not in our heads and so we can't but that's F. Exploration will help you to know what stimulates you will help you to know what feels good where there is no pressure there is no expectations nobody else there and then you can each and play into our routines but without the focus being on sex stage-by-stage process that basically allows us to let go and talk a lot about letting go of the ideas of Washington D. List a lot of the time that can come in your head hey what can you smell and grounding yourself in that moment you're doing is kind of going to magically change everything instantly but it is for kind of bringing yourself back into the moment but again it's not trite wants and it will change everything tend to be but of a practice but it's a very useful activists and you'll bring yourself back into that moment rather than running away with your thoughts and that really is the kind of best practice eighteen minutes of non kind of gentle shonobu touching gras visible bikini so you have to stop the lines and Darren kind of mind techniques or anything that helps switch off the brain so you can go from brain to body so a lot of the focus the Iowa calmer people naught hardaway's advises if you're on your own because it can create a kind of sense of it being easier there's no friction be in the moment and focus on just the thing that we're doing now as easy as that is to say when we're sitting here just like it's let's just be present like having confirm to not be again it's about working out where the to review meat so in his difference what does that mean to you physical sensations that you are experiencing right and right now so if you are able to for example focus on the touch say we'll mice described yourself that touch it's difficult in if your mind is wandering so the thing to do is to try and divert your attention to the original there are sensitive spots over the body places even think like behind the knees or in the bottom of the spine sexes about play and things in social therapist rooms for ages and we could at selling could sense eight focus which is led day of gradually building top having sex or is it just to the couple completely up to the couple for me it's about the quality of sex with self than ever wanted are experiencing from your partner if you have your hands on their arms can you feel the warmth divest gain can you feel feel like was sensation on your hands what can you societies and you just need to revert so thinking ran it like a traffic diversion of accents and is there a magic number of how often who'll for trying in the moment is your brain can't be spontaneously anxious and aroused at the same time it will prioritize one is always going to Bari more often is actually not about sex it's just they want to be close to each other all they want to kind of have a cuddle were they want to experience pouch what tends to happen in those scenarios each partner say one partner tends to them be emaciating sexy other one might be rejecting responding what does the experience like the partner that's being rejected back to thinking about how we communicate about how sex would like to have all ideal sex life would look like we've used the term sex intimacy anonymously before and they're just not the two different concepts we could have a really intimate relationship with sex on early sexual relations as the partner he's avoiding sex kind of tends to pull away and avoid all types of touch because they think they're going to lead size and department it's not just about what's happening it's about how they feel about what's happening and without sounding like a completely break record that's back to the communication and with that is also the opportunity to do things differently it's not a bad conversation to have necessarily I'm more if you're Takata's because if one of you really isn't interested in trying something it's not going to be good and also your partner is going to know that you're not really enjoying it so there are different ways of uh I think the other thing is about not easing sex or the amount of taxes a measure of how healthier relationship is it would know intimacy and I think that it's important for people to recognize and how about when there's a mismatch libido one is wanting take that into your environment the hose can say survey with your kid erotica there is a website gallon the net she's an erotic and sex blogger she's had massive success playing with things like the senses by using an mosque by using food in the bedroom by playing with different kind of is this idea of kind of cheating out to turn on so the idea of trying to close the door it's pretty difficult for most people especially with the lives we live in the door and America I'd argue that most couples have a mismatch leader like it's more unlikely for a couple of perfectly matched in terms of alabi initiating things is experiencing that pulling away from them and I was just trying to hug you and I think that can be a difficult thing for couples to manage because the moment in your head and your imagination is often the best kind of pornography go because it is completely personalized so if you think about when they want in this episode we cover lots of topics for mindful sacks to mixing up in the bedroom and communicating desires to appoint and you think reading kind of sexual books it goods way of exploring your desires and you know getting excited about sex definitely because again about how much how much having it doesn't matter if you have amazing sex once a year and great for both of you and that's what you need then there is no problem with that with something like an eye mask where one partner is leading the other one is receiving it will give you a chance to explore the dynamic in a way that feels safer both view and another thing to do I'm fifty shades of Grey came out book everyone had their own image of what he looked like and then the film came out and so many people are he was great wasn't exactly how I envisioned lifer also part of that being numeral but sometimes because defense lies about something doesn't mean that she won't do the reality of it you just want to experience it took kind of talk about comfort zones where is the line what other things do you want to try we will fantasize about everything else in and that's the perfect example of how we create our in fantasies they're shaped by our perspectives of what we find sexy nights that imagination in that sense of desire so not just reading a moment there is an APP which lots of people talking about which is good dipsy stories which is kind of Audie namic that changes a lot in our sex relationships if it's that one partner would like to be more in control than the other one they didn't know how to start that try it in a simple way have central stories as a part of that so I think that we are recognizing erotica can help especially for what we were talking about earlier the idea of oils will textures or muscles candles music things that we can do that are simple said the sense of for example control or power being have stuff as well there's also an APP could fairly and they have kind of sexual who exercises and focus on mindful sexy helping you to explore your sex life on it doesn't share the same day that you have sexually mismatch that what's the best thing today it's about working out the experience he birth if you knew the job we want to have the house won't live in our families are gonNA look like how much money would like to have a dramatic jump to think that the fancies that we have joke going to get it done because I'm not Texas we've got to do that and then more winning good Muslims Taylor washing out back it can really get tangled up in our to do list of I'm in a very long time from a long term relationship and we're kind of beginning today and have casual sex and relationships how can we kind of feel grating from daily life it's a good way of Kinda submerging us into something different absolutely they'll some fantastic and we find ourselves single for the first thank you bye-bye orgasm from nipple stimulation it's completely about where the sensitive part on your body are as well but it is unique to Oh really good for kind of exciting our imagination for couple sometimes a date night she giving us a bit of time and space send each other is putting sex with someone new for the first time as well you know in alone and I think that understanding those feelings of anticipation or excitement are a good thing that Paul of sexually connecting someone new dating is exciting it's obviously quite vulnerable as well as you're putting yourself out there and it's about looking after ourselves knowing if we're struggling that she we should maybe take a bit more and that particular sex positions the rest of our body parts you know if you had a problem with any other body part you probably go to a doctor much quicker we see that almost a third of people aren't going to this myth as appointments no problem with no treating vaginas velvet for women and penises man as different really someone could reject you sin experience that we will have to do with but putting yourself out there and taking that risk and not paying a couple or very individual anyway it might be that they prefer I conduct so we're going to face to face position is more fun or it might be actually someone we're perfect to be sitting whether potter standing or vice versa I think it's also understanding that body's different shapes and sizes and how they sometimes better again and if Alabama is feeling a little bit fla is there anything we can do to kind of wrap it up I think some of the APPS we talked about earlier off but it could pay off is very different to kind of know throwing us off in this situations but obviously competence huge part of it and if we've had a confidence not education should be go to find information wherever they come tends to be on the places that I can find it I'm not anti pornography in any way I believe there is somewhere and completely end somewhere else we might for example how kids completely sure is putting out and then we kind of come back to exploring sex and it looks completely different women's health physio for postnatal mit just to check everything's going that involves an internal examination but if there is any public oh a seeing way we sex with the kind of overwhelming amount of internet porn that's like accessible tool from a very young before when I think it's important for us to be open to the can have issues around such as researching the eve appeal suggests that it's because I'm embarrassed because it's about vaginas that is not a life-saving tests that takes ten minutes a place for it that people can use it and it can be a really healthy part of their sex lives and particularly for marginalized sexualities that it can offer them a place of understand so using it rather than using them sir becoming an out of control behavior rushing kind of habits and using it as a it's accessible available and we can find anything anywhere whenever we want essentially on their own limits the so if you notice any pain discomfort absolutely going get it checked out seeing a doctor or guitar a sexual health clinic will see a gun ecology troy age the Internet has Internet but the IPHONE has completely change the way we access all information on sex workers framework for educating themselves about sex is where we experienced the problems but a lot of that goes back to US needing better sex education and Shen is always going to help because if there was any friction that includes sooner it doesn't tightness if it's postnatal I always recommend that people can see there are some great resources website Abeche Sex ed and that's resources for anyone over the age of fourteen I think it's great for parents to be educating themselves difficulty with pornography is it wasn't designed to be educational young people with a gap something again that you tried together but also exploring sexual exploring we never know when it comes to sex and that journey might start intention around the it's because of those muscles the age of technology has changed the way we set about this us as well because ultimately our children are the ones that are going to have questions and if we are source of information so you think that there are movements to definitely onion received the relationship sex education guidelines the changes coming in next year which is a massive step forward in conversation it's hundreds of conversations it's sex being allowed the topic from a young age and Holland and they educate well good for Gaza or is it your quality you'll beret completely butts anything with direct stimulation citrus is really good some women function going on that sling of muscles set in a hammock which supports everything in our pelvis overseas joyner as well so if we breaking down the stigma and twos around sex subject are there any of great platforms people that you think are helping with awesome and to try and do it in a relaxed way that doesn't make them think we're gonNA come on that question again because she was clearly so uncomfortable you might not feel as confident to have sex I think do they recommend six weeks of way what are your thoughts on kind of postnatal sex in your place of community there are other people that feel the way that I feel that have these desires there's no problem with that I think that the problem is how people use it from the but I think the important thing is this is not one big conversation with our kids and we think it's done but it is an ongoing combat attach oral sex it's all mutual masturbation and none of it has to be penetrated with specific pain is around penetration tension or discomfort. How do I get this compensation right what if I say anything wrong from the simple way to answer that is to educate yourselves when your kids asked to Axon schools from the age of five and they have some of the lowest underage pregnancy rates STI rates young people typically wait till an older do if we can make an available composition at home that will pay dividends later in life so do you think it's worth sitting down with now I can have sex point is really scary because things might be quite uncomfortable in consonants can be or at least leaking can be a real concern after having a baby the public tours it is the allowing of it as a subject because the feeling of shame the associated with sex thrives in silence and and a source of accurate information helpful information and we can open up space to have these conversations with kids the kids will come to us as they will come to us rain during sex is there anything we can do to kind of ease us here I think if you're having pain during sex get it checked out his wife House piece of advice seen it we have a real so much pressure in pregnancy and childbirth the thing that I would say is that six week check doesn't indicate the necessarily are personally ready for sex or that you have sex education I liked the show on Netflix I who was fantastic I should have been nose but other than that? TV have sex for the first time they feel like it's a more informed decision so we can see models of it working in other countries and I think that we should be learning then don't do it for a while give a bit of time nobody has been through something crazy and it needs to recover if you rush into it and you the kids and you go to a timetable to manage is a good idea or does it take out the excitement I think it's such a good idea because the thing is and they think Oh my God this is terrifying I think that the idea of that kind of being the green tea often especially in heterosexual relationships if those penetration evolved your partner is unlikely to want to be hurting you from having sex and that probably quite nervous six actually just get comfortable touching each other again being naked together again complaining together again kissing touching so that you can establish that connection Hudson you as well so I recommend kind of reestablishing central contact having a bit of touch and play where you agree to not have said feeling really anxious really ten it's going to be more uncomfortable because that muscle group is GonNa be tents and that's GonNa make penetration difficult the other thing that are always not tax sometimes poking out the best sexy behind reminding yourselves you really enjoyed sutton something innocently what's bring back into your sexy one that's struggling or when they're confused and really we want to be the person that they do and I think there can be a lot of work I think a lot of parents over anxious about that survey makes them amazing products beautifully crafted really of high quality materials but sex toys come in different shapes and sizes Souissi assed and then you can take it when you feel a bit more ready great advice and how about shut jeweled sacks often becomes the thing when you to have sex and when I say intercourse because more isn't not available to you is all sorts of other forms of sex sexual play children and having the Bads I'm really talking about an auditing. Uh they ask you. I think the thing is it's not I I would just say they're tech Miss Greens finds on flight mode and just give yourselves a bit disturbed free space recommend again lubricant in situation because you will home in levels of change from having a baby when you're breastfeeding through time is scheduled boring we are saying we are prioritizing our relationship on this part of our relationship quitting you are a female pleasure experts and you are with the Brand Lena this is a luxury sexy Robert Fantastic I innovative sex toy brands so kind of combining the curiosity of human sensuality wave technology which can kind of assist it's a huge thing and I think a thing for most women is that it six weeks ago and see the GP but GP's often examine them and they get signed sure that will be punished if sex toys it'd be Jesus stimulation that we toys for kind of Ainhoa play they'll be couples toys single toys wearables I think the time aside to invest in our relationship between us and to connect and to do something fun and whatever you do in that time is yours allowing it to be silence base then we're gonNA pushing back against as we're talking about children often postnatally off she'd given birth aw pleasure like South pledge more again is it scenting in or is it kind of finding a sneaky moment in the day at work there's lots of people talking about the kind of power of the Orgasm in were successful women and female energy and things and I think that it is it is in quite understand to me that sounds quite painful but I d like crystal move it's an upbeat enormous market and I think they definitely have their place and where would you start if he'd never bought a sex toy would that be like one good has that affected your sex yeah of course I mean just I think that having the time but I think it's something but again the same kind of pleasure principles as before apply you can tease you can play with it you know you can use a vibrator running up and down your partner. I think that we're putting the time aside what we're not saying is we're going to schedule we're going to do the missionary position you know we're not saying that what we're doing in the ski kind of cool them in cool water temperature play some people like natural products we're seeing the rise in products like hanks condoms and they're Vegan just when we have an orgasm but we are a human creatures that are naturally near biologically primed for contact for touch and it doesn't have to necessarily be with another spine or kind of playing you don't have to be like straight in there and using it specifically just for sex I've seen that crystal dildos seen those the people about this on a daily basis I'm still going to get it wrong sometimes I still find myself kind of prioritizing work or like trio attack expression of energy but it was a pleasure pleasure is good for us a brain response to pleasure we respond to pleasure Mesa sleep better we have a mirror chemical so like maybe they'll sell some I think it's a bit of south love in any other way that we express and you are mum yes it's useful fee to kind of at least have a look I and that were Alex Too much me Oh start with a basic so it was something simple you don't need something with twenty five being the links between breastfeeding in battle dryness so that's really something that you don't WanNa be reinforcing and talk to your partner about it they're probably feeling nervous as well before bad or how can we implemented into our lives thinking exactly however you want whether it's not switching off and I think it's really important to recognize actually it is about paying attention to each other and not just stat the biggest inhibitor people's lives is having a TV in their bedroom and now we will essentially have to intro one or you just have to look on the website and see what jumps out heavily website see what jumps out designed in different ways so they'll be kind of stimulus kind of talk a little bit more about sex toys female pleasure and how ends here so I'm the UK sex Felina oh so they are everything in our lives are alarm clock travel route to work payment for things are social media work but the thing they get shape not always realistic for people but you know things like no phones on the table at mealtimes or once you get into bed by paying fines on the side on do not some bed with us and I think we need to bit mindful of that sometimes because our phones to everything I get Vale you the Gateway to opposite in the way of is in real life pass into person they inhibit icon ties inhibit touch they take away our attention we would like to feel special before you get into bed someone's you get into bed belts phone free time or one night a week night at nine pm that's it I think if you can agree to do that view bedroom constantly and near the irony being that quantum we'll get into bed at night and get up in the morning the first thing we touch phones even when we're so you have to adjust to you have to think okay so things are different now how do we make it work again and obviously even as someone who talks I can do acrobatics I think if you introducing yourself too sexy for the first time just start simple and see how it works fee is leading your relationship to the bottom of the priority list but paying attention to that and it's the intention analogy of doing something about that for me is the most life you obviously wikileaks amazing brands and doing some awesome what why would she liked take it I would love it just to kind of carry on with taking one hundred percents did you think it's about having a kind of tech rule like switching offense offer assessment time yeah I can be really good practice I mean obviously we consultantcy with bronze the moment which is again where they exciting because we're looking at trends and the feature sex relationships and seeing what we can do to combat some of the plays an important role in mother baby bonding it is critical to survival it is critical in establishing connections between people we know that and so than reach out for help will start exploring it don't just think that it'll go away I think that as a therapist alive so emotional the more we struggle with it say the physicality of it the more we emotionally circle with it and that becomes a self fulfilling prophecy and a snowball effect and just because it's art be mortgage free I had a pound for every time someone said to me I just thought this would work itself out because when a for rooms I would love to write a book that some boys but for me just being open to seeing where it takes me right now need would be one to as allow sets to be around during daily life listened for cost about sex fair trade so I think if people want to move to a more natural approach is definitely a space for things that I'm what can we be doing to kind of prioritizing seem to like them are they are yeah there are thing and I think we see a lot of things that glass sex toys at the moment so basically the thing being that l. sex doesn't mean you shouldn't access the help there is so much out there your gp be more bothered because about sex and if it was about something wrong with you post and you think tax big problem with people's relationships yes there's a survey done years ago accompaniment was on it said victory that it is a moment I think I'm incredibly lucky I work for myself I get to juggle parenting wave having my dream career to someone and if that person is mccrae

partner Netflix Kate Moyle Axon Komo Dane Mitt Ted Miss Greens Robert Fantastic Souissi Hudson sutton six weeks eighteen minutes ten minutes six week
Effectively Wild Episode 1446: How Not to Behave

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Effectively Wild Episode 1446: How Not to Behave

"The stay eh we are parents grew up with light air raid sirens in case like I might be wrong I don't I don't know exactly what life was like in nineteen sixty hello and welcome to episode fourteen forty six of effectively wild baseball podcast from fan graphs presented by you don't know what's going to happen and so in fact it's not really a spoiler you're still going to be surprised but all the other times when no one is going yeah that's a radical idea yeah I'm looking forward to that I'm looking forward to sharing my reaction space with you okay I mentioned this it's like nothing and I was thinking about how life is kind of like that if you live in a city with like I think a lot of people grew up not me in you but like maybe both pay for the privilege of getting those exclusive insights I don't know that there were that many over the course of the four hours that we talk to you some Patriot and people on I was going to happen and I mentioned that it's a weird thing because it feels like ooh is the spoiler because now you know that something's going to happen but in fact that's the spoiler because by them not going on you know that nothing is going to change in the next pitch if you're one pitch behind you know that every four and a half hour marathon Live podcast for the Patriots supporters. Yes there's all those things that like I said it so now I feel like I can't say it our patriot supporters of the ringer joined by similar of ESPN. Hello Sam it's it's weird to talk to you after the Saturday in Lcs game six but if you were not involved in that you can get involved in the next one 'cause we're doing it again on Friday for world series game three of us and so it was this weird thing where like something would happen and a bunch of people go and you you so you know some again even though only a small fraction of the people here so so there it is it just you don't everybody else doesn't get it you don't get to hear my take about before but the siren would like let you know that like Oh we're all GonNa die in eighteen minutes and as long as it wasn't going off free which is very different than like an earthquake where an earthquake just comes out of nowhere like I don't know that I'm safe from an earthquake for the next one second I mean it turned out that I was other pitch is dislike nothing it's like a it's like no no no no no sat knoll finding was that thing called no what but I don't know about the next five seconds you know there's no warning signal firms quake now as it turned out I was safe then to but you can't no there's no future warning Eric Larsen hanging came and Craig team and I think Emma remember what I don't remember Jordan mentioning the game now that I think about it but the rest of them were all a little bit ahead on the on the thing but at so as it was you were way behind us and I was kind of in the middle and meg was a little bit ahead and then when I wonder what's going to happen like that now things are interesting but in a in a way the the the existence of the siren made all the all the knew that the next eighteen minutes were fine and if it did go off which I guess I never did 'cause there was never any nuclear bombs but if it did go off then you'd still be like hot and this time we're going to sink our video right instead of just talking about how it's not seeing for four hours we thought maybe maybe we'll sing it what sort of has surprised me or maybe not really surprised me I guess I should have expected it is just the outcry that I've seen I don't even The we play loud commercial my radical observations about the we play loud commercial Sam liked it houseboy what here he thinks it's a good ad yeah that's what in seconds from now as it is now so that's my thought about watching a baseball game fifteen seconds behind someone else so we talked about that you knew there'd be a siren if there was an atomic bomb launched something like that right sheriff will drills we still do drills for different dangers no how to characterize it on twitter on various tabloids people upset about the Yankees losing the series which sure of course game but we should maybe say something about it now for the many people who didn't hear US talk about it and frankly we didn't talk about the game that much during the game anyway I think but that was one of the heightened role but this was I think this was specifically a siren if these sirens existed if not they exist only for the purpose of this not well played always but this is the best team of the season probably one of the best teams of all time the Yankees fought them pretty hard for six Games FM is going to be upset when their team loses the series but to lose a series to the Astros in six games a series that was there's no shame at all in losing to this team now I guess if you are upset that your team is not the best team of the year or one of the best upset that the Yankees are not team that is innovating that his revolutionized player development that has built this juggernaut than sure a you guys not you but made everybody else were like this warning that like it's okay life is going to pretty much be the same fifty the time then that's okay that's holding your team to a high standard but I suppose the Yankees have encouraged their offense to hold them to a high standard so if you're in six games in a fairly tightly contested series that really doesn't tell you anything about anything the whole reaction about well they have to all about the way that they approached the season yet not having read those tabloids I'm very curious to know just how negative they are like is less of a move than the Astros trading for Garrett Cole at the time I mean James Paxton was also Kinda hot stuff sure I can see why it'd be upset about it but there is just no no shaven really losing any postseason series to any team but listening to the Astros in running into this just force that does not come around all that often yeah do you think that trading for James Paxton was about things that people said and I don't even necessarily go read the original thing because why would I but that sentiment is out there and have those guys and it'd be nice if we had those guys we have James Paxton which is nice start but maybe you're sort of disappointed in the bullpen performance think this isn't the living in New York and I'd try to avoid it I'm not like listening to sports radio because then you're just inviting that but some mostly what I see is just people tweeting it can afford it they're the Yankees that is certainly true and that continues to be true and of course they should go try to sign Garrett Cole who I wouldn't editing try decide co-signed some starters that was their mistake they didn't sign starting pitchers I sort of see that because you look at Cole and ruined her and Cranky and you think well we don't hitching it seemed although I argued that they didn't wrongly and they didn't do anything in the Astros did not seem to need starting pitching I mean it's easy it's it's it's hard to remember them he seemed like maybe the third best number three starter in baseball as it was it was really aggressive for the Astros it's interesting that the that's the problem when when you're talking during an entire game I don't know how the broadcasters do it they talk during every game and I guess it's different if you're cold but I don't know that there is really anything to be learned here about the best way to build a team based on what happens in six games they did although they did although there they did okay all right anything else about that game specifically remember that game at all acquisition at the time so you can't even really say that the Yankees failed to to go out there although at the trade deadline this year you could say that EMC's the Yankees needed starting caster you're actually narrating the action whereas we were sort of studiously not narrating the action because we couldn't because we weren't sit up and also because we in have expressed written consent to do that but yet just kinda chatting with your pals during game and taking questions for people it's not I don't think you can really criticize much about the Yankees of purchases I mean sure you could say they could have been more active at the deadline they should have signed a big free agent really conducive to actually forming thoughts or analysis about that game I will say I I saw some people there is even a threat about it in updated the astros would do some stuff with him and make him better but yeah I feel like the Paxton acquisition was even actually even bigger than the cold to structure a team but the team just won a ton of games and they made it to the audience and I don't know that this six game series is a referendum on anything or easy to forget that at the trade deadline Wade Miley was really really good to like he yeah everything went bad after that but at the time the facebook group for instance saying that Hey Jake Moore is nick was on deck when Jose Altuve Hit that walk off homer the implication being happy accent was better when the God of Yeah and Garrett Cole was was coming off of a he he had had an s sort of a negative trend now if we'd and we sort of antiques is that it isn't just them saying now they need design starters or are they calling them chokers and losers by Osmosis just the Astros I like none of these three pitchers were on their team twenty seven months ago and they went in they spent big on starting pitching like that's wrestle neighborhood you to almost to live in the future because you knew that for the next eighteen minutes no bombs like that you could like take to the bank eighteen minutes bomb I don't think you can fault the anxious for pitching to the better hitter given that if they had put out today on that would have put the winning run in scoring position allowed to pick his ball why would he be what is the argument for a pitcher should be allowed to reject uniform equipment that has been issued I dunno laid that's US something that other teams don't do anymore Kinda yeah they did it the national There in the world series well I like this player more than the other player and so therefore I want to avoid them so yeah I don't think you could intentionally walk out to their pitch around him but Kanye due to him well one argument I suppose would be that it's a safety concern maybe it's flimsy but let's enter us through to out and they had a brief discussion about this and and I I've been wondering ever since then whether there's whether that's fair do should pitch you know you you'd like to have an out before Alex Bregman comes on since there's like a fifty fifty chance Bregman is going to get on base and it's a big difference to have a runner on first with one out and none out and then now if you do intentionally walk out today and there's a ten percent chance well it's Moore is neck so it's not a ten percent chance but there's a chance you then you do something silly like Walk Moore is Nick You certainly Oh if you believed the argument this that some balls present a safety issue then given the expense that Major League baseball puts into I mean just if you think about how many balls may have raised seems and they may feel better to a pitcher and that pitcher may feel that they have better control over that pitch but it's not going to be the difference between Paul One one topic right pretty much did you I I don't know if you noticed this I guess when I didn't notice it someone said it out loud on a broadcast before we talk more about the Astros and about the nationals and about the world series I I can say it now or I can say later I can it's all it's gets the ball and he looks at it and tosses it away and right then Aj Brzezinski says Cole does this more than anybody else he's he throws a lot of he throws a lot of balls out can't hitch in any way carefully moronic because then you'd load the bases and so it's all intentionally walking players always has negative side effects beyond just saying of course that Brazil would not very busy life because all the balls aren't can be thrown safely but if you believed Garrett Cole than the solution to that would be to have somebody actually right swings at half the pitches that are outside the strike zone and that doesn't seem to hurt him yeah all right anything you want to bring up they throw out how many hundreds of balls they go through how many cow-hides are are expended on this they could probably afford to have if there was a genuine how do you pitch to out to when you have Jake Moore's Nick Ondeck Jake mercy obviously in arguably a far inferior hitter to Jose altuve fe but that if you if you don't walk out today as they didn't walk through and then you get out now you've got your is nick leading off the next inning which is pretty helpful because believed that one out of eight balls was a time bomb that was destined to hit a person face if not for the keen discerning feel of the pitcher safety issue they could probably afford to have a entire employee whose job is to make sure that no-balls are are to slit to throw safely checked again I just wanted to bring it up so other than that is there a compelling reason well hitters get to choose their bats they literally cannot avoid beating someone this ball it's going to be hey this ball skills like I can make it break more or you know you heard this or not but early in the postseason Garrett Cole asked for a new ballpark got anyone who was a pitch in the dirt or maybe a foul and got a new ball and the camera showed him gets a new one and just as presents key was saying this co got the second new ball and looked at it and immediately through that one out two and a j said well see there you go is wanted the one that was scuffed up in the old days and a batter had to ask for the ball to be removed and then they made it they just said well this is stupid let's have a rule that anytime a ball touches the dirt then her argument or I don't know I guess I'm trying to think like pitchers will often ask for to be changed if the ball hits the dirt test test but inspect the balls before they are sent into the game and make sure that all balls adhere to certain safety standards because if major league baseball truly and their gloves and so that's that's not uniform equipment but you could argue that if they get to choose those things than and even though Morris Nick is not much of a hitter he is still more likely to hit a single in that situation or any situation than to say is to hit a home run right a hire somebody to make sure that there was more official way of weeding out those unsafe balls so anyway I'm being flip but I reject that right I think you should it's out and so pictures will somebody asked us about this recently said how come pitchers voluntarily giving up these balls shouldn't be able to use them and they're just they're just thing that you I think that just already you would rather face out today with a runner on first then Murray's neck with two on but then you also in addition to that humor him and so if anything it costs time it adds time to the game I guess if what he is really sad something or or now they will rate I mean in the past or or often sometimes you would see pictures want to have about up so pitchers always the only thing they're no he's definitely more likely to hit a single than Altuve as to hit a home run of course they could do other things yes like double for instance yes but yeah it would be defensive to go yes it is I I know how to rub a ball but I don't even think it's that I think that it's more feeling yeah I think it's more about the a situation where a pitcher didn't like the ball and he could somehow get a new ball by say throwing pickoffs to first base until it got scuffed or something like that saying is to the empire you didn't do your job this ball is not rubbed up well enough than maybe the umpire would feel like a pitcher was the last thing standing between tragedy and and not then I'd be a big liability issue major league baseball would just be asking for a lawsuit they would have to take your catcher out when you have the lead and I'm not here to debate the wisdom of that advice but have you ever heard it no I don't think so me neither Oh yes it used to be that that there was a little bit more of the battle batter had a little bit of a say about which was used because he could he could and I can't think of a reason why they should be allowed to inspect the ball and throw some out and the batter can't then also inspect that ball throw it out waiting for two weeks talk about that who have you ever heard that by the way here's another one that I had for two weeks somebody get the chooses glove so he already yes that's true he already gets his his pick yes right so that doesn't really hold up either so can you come up with a better at one point pinch hit for their catcher when they were winning like four to two and the broadcaster said that's a really unusual move you never I'm quoting here you never he can request the ball be removed of it endured but that's no longer a factor that's no longer the way this works right so yeah I got nothing it's tradition awesome okay fair I don't know I don't know I don't like it though at the moment I don't like it okay we'll put a stop to all right that was all I had that the new might say well we'll just save the time and have him be able to get rid of the ball in every once but he doesn't really have a way of getting rid of all that he doesn't like other than asking the Umpire to Stephanie Epstein of sports illustrated reported an incident that occurred in the clubhouse after the Lcs after lcs games position where a foul tip might cost you your last catcher so all things considered you prefer not to take your your starting catcher out of a game in the only real reason to do it is if you're trailing and you really about these two teams that we haven't already said over the past few weeks but before we do we have to discuss the story that is circulating just as we are speaking I mean why can't they if a batter gets if CARAT gold throws that ball and he I mean he gets the third ball umpire throws him and he throws a pit now and it's sort of developing on twitter right now so we'll have to update it later if there are further details that come out but the ASLI reprehensible that what is there even to say about it you just condemn it and move on but the Astros are not doing that they are doing the opposite I'm glad we got Osuna. The outburst was offensive and frightening enough that another Houston staffer apologized the astros declined to comment they also knowing the umpire knowing the strike zone having worked with the pitcher if it's the same pitch that staying in a plus you don't WanNa bring your second catcher in if you can avoid it because you don't want to put yourself in which I will read here the story posted by sports illustrated is misleading and completely irresponsible and Astros player was being asked questions about a difficult outing it so this cannot throw this ball his ball will hit him I in the face if I attempted I mean that's some balls declined to make todman available for an interview now subsequent to Stephanie's story coming out the Astros did release a statement in one wearing a purple domestic violence awareness bracelet and yelled half a dozen times I'm going to swear here be warned thank God we got a Suna I'm so fucked seems to more about the pitchers sometimes you feel like there's a balance there's a a good balance to the ball or a good good seem grip to the ball cutting through the the the the waste they're just getting rid of it because it's got to be gotten rid of the they're not GonNa get away with it so they're just tossing the ball out so maybe the pitcher should choose the two of his trade except that of course the ball is everyone's balding it's a it's a communal piece of property so and he did toward any specific reporters we are extremely disappointed in sports illustrated's attempt to fabricate a story where one does not exist this is just appalling this is I would not describe myself as a guest often but I would say I am Aghast at this the action itself of course of that and so we need to address it so I will read what Stephanie wrote here she is describing the scene after the this is about an hour our executive was supporting the player during a difficult time his comments had everything to do about the game situation that just occurred and nothing else they were also not direct it's a good pitch and batter swings and misses why can't the battery go I don't like that one get Outta here I swung in miss at it it is my bat yeah sure through the game she writes and in the center of the room assistant general manager Brandon Todman of the Astros that is turned to a group of three female reporters include. It's not a really urgent pinch hit as you're never really that urgent to pinch hit if you're already winning I think is the thinking and it comes at the cost of the Catcher who's in the game already has the advantage of the offense you might pinch it all right so we will get into world series preview stuff if there's anything left to say switch catchers midstream so if you're down than you do it because you need to get the bat you need to get better batting but if you are winning then there's no need to mhm right what is the wisdom of that the Catcher is working well with the pitcher and you don't want to like it's it's too risky x in the Astros clubhouse that is so stupidly comically cruel and despicable that it's almost in the category of well it's so I guess so I mean I'm trying to think that there's no times it's it's actually costs time I mean I was thinking if if you set up slow the statement Stephanie is reporting has already been corroborated by other people who were there it sounds like this was a crowded scene obviously a lot of witnesses I but also the statement which in a way is well literally unbelievable I think you could say but unbelievable that they would put out the best violence and I guess not that is probably unfair it is not defending domestic violence it is defending overlooking we're over a matter as like inoffensive as like you know I don't even know at over some inoffensive matter like you know an off the record alcohol infused situation presumably that had something to do with lowering his inhibitions here but that doesn't excuse what he said even a little bit that is not mastic violence in pursuit of a victory on a baseball field and I mean the article that Stephanie writes about this goes into more detail and has something you would ever say unless you thought it and believed it and it says a lot about a person who would think in say something like that so todd more is is thoughtful as well about what this outburst means and this is I think the key paragraph but in truth the Astros Front office I've been mentioned as a future GM candidate. I think that is off the table but the idea that someone would say that to someone is just so horrific it's such bullying almost sadistic behavior that I am having trouble getting my head around it I don't know what the assistant GM of the team would say something like this in public to female reporters and I get that this was a post pennant winning clubhouse it's sooner I don't even know where to start with this obviously doesn't shock me that someone with the Astros thinks this way they're the ones who made the trade frozen office but then you just step back and think about what it is that has apparently made Tomlin so emotional and it is defending about the scene but I mean I think it makes a lot of sense that the astros would have a lot more incentive to downplay this innocence when was the time to go publicly and Profane Lee Berate a reporter that would already be disqualifying from any number of rolls in what top man is attempting to relitigate from just the Amion if he if he made this comment in the tone as did you think when you read the site has the same thing oh my goodness yeah I mean you could you could even separate the content of axes if it is tired of being yelled at about this subject they want to be allowed to play the race ballgames and pop their champagne without being forced to think about anything that happened away from the ballpark conversation from three months ago if that was still lingering intense between the assistant GM and a reporter and the assistant GM decided post clinch celebrate eight meant inaccurately dishonestly than that a reporter would have an incentive to fabricate it out of nowhere so I mean it's just common sense but even if this in the first place knowing what the response would be in obviously not carrying enough not to do it and not carry enough about what was sooner was set to have done but the fact that they want to be allowed to talk about as soon the way third baseman Alex Bregman did before the series began when he called him quote a guy you want on the mound for you and I just I feel like they don't understand what a baseball team is a baseball team is fundamentally something that you have some emotional reason to want to see I bp and as others have described it and noting again that neither been is done any original reporting on this are not the most informed fail or you want to see succeed that's all it is this is not a locksmith in your town where you know they would hope that you would continue and I've never spoken to admit I don't know top at all I've heard about top man he's a respected baseball executive he someone who has doing business with them even if they've done something that you know they require penance for even if they hire someone that you have some reason to think is a bad person that locksmith might is in one teams the bad guys and when you trade four a bad guy well it's going to be pretty much forever baseball team where every time they take the field something in my brain or something in the average fans brain is deciding well one teams the good guy only be defensive about that so I don't know it just feels like I don't know I I I just I I didn't understand are the people are going to think will they're the bad guys and I'm that's how I view them that's how a fan views them and you can't Sanjay you know this is a transaction high hope that you'll be able to forgive me and then maybe I will or maybe I won't I just don't know this is not a locksmith this is prompted that would make it any less awful I mean it's even stranger in the sense that someone who is used to being a public representative of the baseball team would say something like that regardless of whether he thought it but it's bad enough that he would think it and the Astros statement doesn't actually deny that he's said this and hardly the fact that he is that the statement is saying that an astros player was being do that based on their previous behavior and messaging so this just seems like they've made it even worse with this statement by now questioning that it ever happened or questioning Stephanie's understanding of what happened which seems to be backed up by others like your response ask questions about a difficult outing presumably that refers to Osuna right who had given up the the two run homer in that situation so strange time to breath of it was kind of incomprehensible but this is gonna say unprompted but I can't imagine what could possibly glad that we have you even though you just gave up this home run or something but I can't see that this statement excuses any of that you've act rashly in the past I would say when they prevented at that he fenick from the free press from talking to Justin verlander which of course was against Agean how you could continue to entrust this person to make important baseball decisions except that clearly this has been the attitude of wrote about having traded for Osuna but I guess presumably the implication is that top end was trying to buck up Osuna and save hayward were reputation among writers I would say so maybe there's a a statement that will walk back the initial statement that is due out I don't know I just can't some members of that front office for a while now and that doesn't seem likely to change when we wrote in the MVP machine a bit about that trade I had some misgiving if you're like are we supposed to have sympathy here like poor Roberto did he give up Dinger was having a difficult day at work for the mean reporters asking him questions about it which I think removes the ability of the Astros to just pin it on top naan use him as a sacrifice not that I expected that they would be inclined to look worse this compounds the problem spreads the blame around in the organization beyond top end and this is a PR department that has been known to left front office is partly of course because people from other teams won't hire Astros people because they're the successful team but that's not all of it it's all the move in the first place and the response to the move the zero tolerance statement which made zero sense I mean the whole after so interpersonal stuff and it's people who are fed up with this kind of thing and the Yo- soonest trade itself was very divisive I understand and much of is to behave in any way you want I mean the berating reporters is unforgivable it goes deeper than that it's one thing not to care when the columnist says that this team cares too much about numbers and shouldn't be shifting or shouldn't be losing or whatever may be organization going way out of his way to rub these reporters noses in this the end never justified the means here and having a good baseball team doesn't give you license be W. A. Rules and then put out a statement defending their own action which of course KANOBI quickly said had not been appropriate so I mean they have a bit of a into this report in two thousand nineteen is to save don't believe the woman she doesn't know what she's saying she's making it up are you serious that's the approach the just makes the a book about cutting edge player development they were the cutting edge player development team but we tried to note the dark side of the way that they operate I think I put it in the continued passionate smug defense of trading for Roberto as soon a- In in this time in this sort of aggressive proactive very least to me requires something much better than a rapid fire response accusing the reporter exploit in another person and I mean I I don't know I mean I don't know I don't know what the Astros who put out this meant truly believe happened and could confirm or confirm but I mean the the hostility of what is being described I mean at the the ruthless team that will actually make that change but look that's just business stuff and they've hired plenty of other people in different positions but clearly the problem to a group of women and gloating about domestic violence I mean the way that you see that as a pressure point in which you can hurt other people things about devoting the longest chapter of the book to the Astros and sort of praising their player development acumen I didn't think there was a way to avoid that because we are ready multiple members of the front office who were behind it and now they are exposing themselves make the Astros acquired this reputation six seven years ago for the writer is wrong but this is different there's nothing right about the Osuna trade or how the Astros have handled it or now one of the highest ranking executives in the sort of on purpose with an eye toward winning down the road there was something sort of distasteful about that but ultimately it made them a better team and a team that is now going for the organization and much of the Front office was not happy about that it was not a universally approved decision but obviously there were the book that the Astros are tough to beat but hard to root for because of the way that they operate and the fact that so many people have left the astros in the last year or so and you're not treating people well but it's one thing to you know use your players as guinea pigs for the shift or whatever they were doing in two thousand twelve or even to lose a lot washes in conservative and give your employees benefit of the doubt I don't think this is the statement you put out at all no definite way is unforgivable but there's just something so dark about getting about thinking that the way you're gonNA get your revenge his by going viewed that players were around I mean it just I don't know Stephanie Well I've I've met her I admire her writing and reporting she's well respected can title in three years that plan paid off it's one thing to dismissal at a scouts an old school coaches and then say in public statements that you're going to replace them and you're going to expand your scouting department again I mean those are baseball decisions to game changes certain positions don't work the way they once did and the Astros are given that this is happening with it seems like many witnesses in the immediate vicinity that just doesn't seem like something that someone really could I mean that is just the darkest part of this account I mean it really horrifying to think that you see a vulnerability there that you're going to didn't think courageous to report this it seems I mean if someone I didn't know it seems like a an incredible thing to to fabricate or distorted of what is essentially a career ending accusation if he really believed it and I mean if you even if you were the astros new on to be positive would come from the awareness that came about as a result of that trade which is sort of nonsensical but you know they'll make some the justify it or they'll make donation you know the astros made some token donation to a domestic violence organization probably in response to happen at the athletic also has a report that quotes a witness saying I didn't get a good look at whether top and stared at them but he was loud and obnoxious and he said what he said he distort and hope to get away with so I just think it's it's horrible in this sort of thing happens obviously like tea blame the response even further or attempt to justify it in some way or you know as Ludo said at the time I think he said that he hoped something selena and Hannah Kaiser from Yahoo by the way has also backed up Stephanie is account now there's also a report from the Houston Chronicle from Chandler Rome who writes being good at baseball it's far from the worst thing about this you know many many rows down on the list but it kind of this keep trading for these guys they keep signing these guys we all made note of it on Saturday when no sooner gave up a home run and then Chapman gave up the home run it's it's Todman was holding a cigar and standing with two or three other men when he yelled his comments to eye witnesses said the three female reporters were approximately eight feet away bringing it up every opportunity you can but usually teams will either be quiet about it so as not to in the players will certainly be asked about this so it's difficult to transition from that to just talk about the baseball and praising the Astros for backlash man that's how teams tend to handle it and you can get away with that clearly unfortunately but this is beyond the Pale Bentley was not defending Osuna based on the bad game soon ahead it was very clear so this chronicle report just contradicts the facts in the Astra statement which said that players are being overshadows everything it something that will be in the back of my mind as I'm watching this series of them thinking the series I mean there are many players on the Astros who dismissed top and just for representing the team so poorly and for reigniting in creating the story on the eve of the world series when the astras had some goodwill and and one was visibly shaken there were no players in the area and no interviews being conducted at the time Bruno in Thailand did not respond text messages seeking comment Jake House is powerful it's disappointing but not shocking that the team just kind of closes ranks after this I would hope that if any players did witness this it's not just the astros that would make a move like this but you you kind of live with that I guess you're upset about it you in a way you're trying to say that the good of the team can overwhelm the you know the bad of the individual when they've done something bad than it might be unforgivable or that at least requires a very serious accounting and there's this like you know the players will say vividness of collective virtue would also apply to collective guilt by bringing him in to that clubhouse you all hundred percent certainty whether he was intending to target a specific group of people or a specific person with these words but the absolute best interpretation let us enjoy the innocent fun of the baseball in this case you have the assistant gm of the team literally yelling at women about it direction with top man that they would back up Stephanie even if that's uncomfortable because there are soon as co worker this really sort of paints what should be just happened to be on this team when this trade was made and you could I suppose felt them for not coming forward and saying this is unacceptable but the culture of the club yeah like Luneau who just extended top in September is not gonNA fire him for thinking this way because it seems like Lou thinks this way too but you'd think that the Astros would the way it is yeah it's really amazing how the notion of the team of the clubhouse of the team is used to absorb somebody in and of what he said is still not good you know I just it's just so upsetting and hopefully we will wake up to even though most of the people on the field uniform weren't responsible for the moves that they make or what top man says to reporters but that's how to transition from this to baseball but I guess we should attempt to there's going to be a lot of baseball that would be mm sort of punishment here at least some kind of inquiry and apology for the initial act and then for the accusation in the statement if the Astros are not going to police themselves are inextricably linked to that person as well that you are in just as you are supporting him he is supporting you and you're on the same team about this heinous incident let's just put out an immediate statement saying that she's wrong and disingenuous when an organization would rather make the case would rather make their case in a press release after the fact then in the reporting process itself and Just a a week when we can celebrate baseball I I don't know I mean the astros are really could have paste pot but it's just hard to take much pleasure in that right now rapid fire yeah let's just released a statement right after a respected credentialed reporter makes this very serious acquisition yeah and also I mean the article says the Astros declined to comment they also declined to make todman available for an Indo in so you know they they did I mean even if you wanted to ignore it they're the ones inciting this I mean we weren't there we didn't see this we didn't hear it we weren't in his head we can't know with think I just don't see how they could let the stand and if they do I would lose a lot of whatever respect I have for for the organization wrote that is there that is not so out in the open so maybe having it out in the open leads to some sort of positive change in hey like hey you know it's you know it's we just try to put our head down or once once we got on that field where a team and you're eddie like that's that's you too yeah right cash and you know you'll hear people say why are you dwelling on this just watch the baseball just be a better development here hopefully some better pr here at the very least hopefully it will bring about some change because having it out in the open like this I mean look what teams will make that trade and treated the suspended player as a as an under valued commodity that tells you something a lot of times again I mean we didn't report this article so we can't know a

astros Stephanie ESPN baseball Patriots assistant GM Houston GM Tomlin todd Brandon Todman assistant general manager executive eighteen minutes ten percent four hours two weeks twenty seven months
Thy Kingdom Comma 001: Faith and Flustered Works

Thy Kingdom Comma

00:00 sec | 10 months ago

Thy Kingdom Comma 001: Faith and Flustered Works

"As Christians we wanted to apply the word of God and obey in every area of our lives but sometimes things happen in life at catch us off guard. And we're not quite sure sure what to do. We'll talk about an example of that today on docking them comma welcome to kingdom come. Kingdom Comma is an evangelical Christian blog and podcast encouraging Christians in their Biblical worldview commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ and to active participation in the furtherance of his kingdom for Great Commission. Thanks for joining us for today's episode episode. I'm your host Anthony Russo. And it's my home. You will be encouraged. God will be glorified with that. Let's start the show going to introduce a new segment for us. Now here on Nike Them Comma and it's called. What would you do and it's it's called? What would you do because I encountered a situation? I wasn't sure what to do and so I ask you what would you do. Let let me tell you what happened. So recently I was in downtown. Greenville in my wife and I were there and walking around and in this lady stops US and says I'm not asking for money. I'm hungry would you buy me a meal and and you know I looked at her and she didn't look completely how do I say it Like shoveled and everything. I mean she'd look kind of pretty well made up. I guess I was surprised that she was asking. And then I look at my wife and Molly's looking at her then looks at me. You know so. We're just kind of on this three way. Standoff am and I'm I said well I I really really wasn't sure what to do. I finally just told her I. I'm sorry no no. She was fine with it. She said Okay and just kept on walking and the sad thing about it is my my wife and I literally stepped into a restaurant and had lunch so obviously you know it it bothered me. I didn't know what to do. So let me ask you this. So what would you do if you were me. What would you have done would would you have and I had no cash on me? So that wasn't an option. Would you invited her to sit down with you and have a meal together. I honestly I don't think there would have been any harm in doing that. It would have been fine. I've been bought meals for people before and then I get not yelled at but scolded by the manager saying. Hey please don't do that. We know you mean well but that person is always here asking for meals from people and and we're trying to discourage that so I've got in trouble for buying meals in the past. So but what would you have bought the meal. Would you have said No. And then and also you know of course thinking of James Right in James two fourteen through seventeen he says. What good is it? My my brother's if someone says he has faith but does not have works Ken that faith save him if a brother or sister poorly clothed and lacking in daily food in one of you says to them go in peace be warmed and filled without giving them the things needed for the body. What good is that so also oh faith by itself if it does not have works is dead? Now I thought of the whole be warm and before thing and it didn't occur to me that that James is saying if a brother or sister is poorly closed So or lacking in food so he's talking about a brother or sister. Yeah I know you can apply generally as well so anyway. I really wasn't sure what to do. So what would you have done. Email me at Anthony at Viking them Comma and tell me what you would have done so in the end what what I ended up doing was we ended up having lunch. Just you know my wife and I and I prayed I said Lord if I mess up if I if I should have bought this lady launch Would you please have a walk past the restaurant at all invite. They're in because I had a view of the window. I could see everybody go on by and she never did so. I'm not saying that was the Lord. I'm not saying you know he was saying no. You did the right thing. I'm just saying she never did so. I was open to correction but it didn't in happened. So maybe the moment passed. I don't know but yeah. Those are the kinds of things that we wrestle with as believers there are a lot of scams that go on and and you just don't know what to do and unfortunately I think to the other issue is in our day. We as the church are so removed from taking care of people taking care of the homeless churches. Don't run orphanages anymore. And all these sorts of things so I think we as Christians has as American Christians. We're we really don't know how to handle it. I mean literally were in hot. I don't WanNa say we're not trained because if you don't have to be trained to the by somebody launch but you know we as the church route. We're just not in that habit of I hate to say we're not in the habit of mercy ministry anymore but we're not just last month. I was looking on a bunch of websites to see what the church websites to see. What do they do to reach out to the community community and so many of the sites that I went to yeah they talk about small groups community groups life groups? Whatever you WANNA call them but I I think only one that I looked at had any kind of mercy ministry? One of them was very very particular about you. Pretty much had fifteen eighteen minutes after the Sunday service to get your requesting and had to be filled out just so and there had to be a utility bill attached and all these sort of stipulations to it. We're just kind of out of practice on that. If somebody asks for money you don't WanNa you don't WanNa be scammed you don't want them to use use it for For Drugs or whatever. But you also don't WanNa seem heartless about it. If you have any experience with this what would you do. What do you do in some places? You can't even feed the homeless anymore. That's really hard. You can't even go out with a bunch of sandwiches and give them Sandwiches Mercy Ministry in the twenty first or century here in America kind heart. If I had the opportunity to do it all over again what I would like to do is have a couple of gift cards in my wallet. I think that's what I'll do from now on. I'll just go get some gift. Cards from subway or one of the other fast food places or something and at least have something thing to give them you know. Of course the obvious thing is we should have just taken her lunch. We should have just went with it and taking her to lunch but again you know it's not the kind of thing that happens every day and we were both caught off guard ultimately as believers we just have arrest the sovereignty of God. We have to trust that if God gives us an opportunity and we blow it like I probably did God God will work through someone else for his task and we can arrest in that and we asked him Lord if I have sinned. Please show me my sin. Thin helped me to repent teach me from it grow from it make me more loving. and kind and charitable and giving and use use it in my life to make me more compassionate the next time if you've got ideas on how to show compassion how to do mercy ministry right where it doesn't slide into the social justice the the Social Gospel or your church is doing it. I I would love to hear your story. I would love to have some tips for other listeners. So if you've got any experience in that and you wanNA talk about it email l. me anthony at the Kingdom Comma Dot Com and. Let's talk because I think there's a need here. There's a real need for US as the body of Christ said do what we're called to do which is yes. We give people a Gospel but if we have an opportunity to meet their physical needs. We need the wisdom to do it right well. I hope this has been encouragement to you as we look to put our faith into practice as James says to have both faith and works. Well that wraps up our show for today be sure to join us next time as we dig deeper to God's word lie it to our lives and if you've enjoyed what he heard please tell others you can visit our facebook page at facebook dot com forward slash Guy Kingdom comma or you. You can visit us on the web at Kama Dot Com until next time. I'm your host Anthony Russo. and Jesus changed my life

Anthony Russo James Right US Lord Jesus Christ Kama Dot Com Greenville Nike facebook Great Commission Mercy Ministry Molly Ken Jesus America fifteen eighteen minutes
LeiLani Quiray: Tales of Disastrous Interviews & Nightmare Hires

Hire Power Radio

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

LeiLani Quiray: Tales of Disastrous Interviews & Nightmare Hires

"This is the higher power radio show if you're unsure how your applications are performing or if your business how advanced recruiting techniques sales of disastrous interviews so in honor of Halloween we're sharing interview Oh sides of the coin and help you avoid tragic nightmare so today well by teaching you a disastrous lesson you'll never forget it and that provide proven tactical solution healthier company win the right hire we share insights from top performing Char- Leilani has a fiery passion for both human resources and philanthropy truly cares about a quantifiable basis where we Asia is a conscious company and social enterprise provides fractional. Hr so you have a quote idea why don't you tell us your quote quotas be today's topic Lonnie welcome to the Higher Power Radio Show today thank you so much for having me I'm people doing interviews both parties by the way and we're going to talk about what scares people interviewing what did we do wrong so do you want me to talk about my my crazy story already interaction with people I am a huge stickler when it comes to spelling costumer experience if you can't seem right now facebook live can I actually have a costume I but like like glue like pace and so even though you know you he being on time like be five minutes early so if you don't call and you show up do not ten minutes early you're you're dead to me in a way I mean that's life though like beyond time early like that's all it's half the battle show up bright ah okay hi five we don't we don't so when someone comes in like a really humor Cologne because I won't be able to focus on you my eyes will be burning and I will be reaching for my inhaler review process you're not giving yourself you're killing yourself in that process I have a couple you did or not structured you get a lot of rescheduling instead of just even a phone penalty to be present for that person as well and so I think someone would think if they didn't now we're in a market to where really a candidates market it's not a company market and people who WanNa work for companies that are out there too so you're competing against all of those and you really into an onboard and then they're in the company it should start off on the right foot from the very nobody gets referred in from somebody WHO's within the company it's a different experience most of the about stories so let's talk about some of your stories because you and I talked on the phone and you protect me in this whole situation where you truly twilight we're gonNA come between funny about this and so we were laughing about it I mean Jason Interview No red flags kind of quirky but otherwise seem pretty up a little bit more than people do it's something like we humbly thank you for your interest we mattress skill set all that whole thing you know we'll reach out and I get a series of letters unless you want to make sure I won't read the whole please you dumbest woman let me repeat get a life please you dumb his whole women because I'm dumb he explained to me that is similar to F- ugly and so sells they cannot cope with your disinterest in them and you attempt to keep their agenda going Amidror's I think there may be some schizophrenia involved or something that happened but this for a company that had a director of security and so when he found out about it he's like we're going to the you've done a first time right yeah I e mail the first time around not racially charged she was using the N. word and stuff with her and we realize we're dealing with someone who isn't healthy nightmare and it's not until he went to the police this is serious and there's for me there was up on I haven't screen I had one internally where I thought he was a bit off and even though you're an HR person or recruiter it's your job to make sure you're you like an assessment or you can do it in a phone screen identify that in the screening usually winds up happening is your phone screens are like eighteen minutes like this in five years yeah a little and I'm really what's going on with that person I so I focused in on their pain their desire impact it comes out of that I just had somebody that recruited a few weeks ago that I did not present one of my to when you start getting into the nitty gritty details of why did you leave this job oh run them yeah all right so we've got the switch we away from Lancaster to Anaheim to tell me something I have to talk to you okay so he sits down and he it was in the front of our house we had a party that night maybe someone stole at their regular his tools Outta the truck so you think how do you know that the truck really stolen like you have to tell me what was going I know it was stolen you can tell when someone internally and had to quit his job take a bus in leave right strange two he drunk offered to take two people from the bar home off the train tracks because it broke down or he thought that was a parking spot he left the Higher Power Radio Show I'm your host Rick Girard for our podcast listeners we're gonNA take a quick educational moment this does not include the loss of employee and customer trust are you confident time risk free consultation at Vittori V. I. D. O. R. I. and Webinars at Stride Search Dot Com our guest it is Leilani courageous news and hires actually so don't hire anybody who drives a truck who parks run on him they did one on him and rap sheet real yeah and so I am listen and this is one of those situations and then there were four months later with the Union Pacific Ah Josh I hope you're listening better phone screening process so this person didn't end up in front of me in the office I am a front talking to people they'll run through the brief skills background and just okay that your company's best interest is the most important thing and by doing that you just slowdown if hiring managers just get through their mind and this is a lot of the work that I do our time rather than here's one hundred resumes what do you think and letting them make the call there's happen it's like well what do you do then I think it's fast yeah because I'm not a me right so if it were me and someone else was saying that to me I would probably would have done behind a computer to write really hateful terrible things yeah whether you meet them or not like that's onscreen look for as well on the flip side let's talk about what companies do common which is not gonNA impress anybody to want to work for your company if you're looking to and then of course I'm I'm not a big fan of skills based hiring which is what most people it destroys the culture and it takes a long time for your company to recover from that sometimes yeah interviewing I have a couple times where it was a technical question in a year in kind of like example questions that was it like how many hours is someone have to work I'd necessarily dot com I don't need it always on the on the top of my brain and the to be I went to spelling me with five people staring at me asking me it was for an ambulance so things like that and then to what you're talking about culture when Anthony ask somebody hey like what you do to keep your health up or something like that so that we can because they're going to buy in they're passionate about it so digging back to what you were asking me about what we're and as to who that person is so whenever you're in an interview I know you don't want to be personal I mean the idea is your car's not working lift up the hood in like check out the engine to see what's going her right it doesn't bode well most of the time so if it's like a VW bug engine or something like that sixteen liked to understand on person what their pain their desire and their impact are so I mentioned this pain you can see that based on the patterns of how often a job hop and all that good stuff the follow up with well why or explain that to me or how does that work because the more you get them espn out information the desires where they've vision their most successful and in the impact is on how good somebody is so I had them walk me through a project into a higher manager that's awesome as a questions yeah you can have them thank you situations with the Josh truck situation again people deserve criminal history of embezzlement that doesn't make any sense no no but let's say he has a Dui Iraq self-employment background check so with with this one it was were around a lot of expensive equipment so a lot of theft and a lot of violence or current rules around how we look at background checks he doesn't qualify and he was agent higher so if the insurance company looked into it further if we were sued further it's like wool sorry I like watching these movies that they are appropriate they're back appropriate for the higher the other thing is you gotta so better process in the beginning right with the phone screen it just happens right sometime it just happens in and it's important absolutely Leilani we're just about out of time for today's show thanks so much for your time investment today and I want to hat be the change. Hr Dot Org if you like instagram you like inspiration at the United for tuning into this week's episode of Higher Power Quick thanks to our team our engineer Paul Roberts you can join the higher power radio community a higher that's H. E. POWER POW ER RADIO SEARCH DOT COM as well next week I guess is going to be Amy Rennes. Amy Is the founder Gerard on Talk Radio Visit Happened to thousands of the men women veterans and young adults we serve at working wardrobes CI- placed in jobs call working wardrobes seven one four two one oh twenty the challenges are the same which is why strategic market intelligence can help identify the actionable eighteen call nine four nine three five seven ninety five forty seven

Amy Rennes Char- Leilani Lonnie Asia H. E. POWER POW engineer Paul Roberts Gerard founder eighteen minutes five minutes four months ten minutes five years
How to Build Your Live Show With Your Existing Audience

Launch Your Live

00:00 sec | 3 months ago

How to Build Your Live Show With Your Existing Audience

"Welcome to the launch your live podcast show dedicated to providing you with daily top level, live video tips, tricks, and strategies to not only help you start what also excel. Ed. Live streaming. Gear are your hosts, Christian Cara Schevitz and Jim Views. On, our last episode, we shared ten ways to help you identify your audience for your live video. Show this week, Jimmy wanted to focus on helping you build your existing. You know you've made a significant time investment to produce your own live video show but are you struggling to get your audience to watch your show How. Do you go about getting them to tune in? On this episode, we'll discuss eleven ways to help you build your life show with your existing audience or community. So Gem, do you want to kick things off? Yes and one of the biggest things Christian that we have to start with is we need to create great content if our contents not any good people aren't going to watch. So we really have to be professional about what we're putting out there I mean obviously, some of it is going to depend on the format of the show. I mean, if you've gotTA show where you're bringing on guest I think we talked a little bit about this before, but you need to make sure that your vetting your guest and they they really know their stuff because you don't WanNa bring them on because. They are they going to look bad but you may make yourself look bad as well. I mean what else do you think about content? So I think that content is definitely the most important part of your show doesn't matter what your background looks like how snazzier graphics are what that intro video that altro video countdown timer is. Unite always talked about this when we see people asking and communities about having a countdown timer for example, we always ask why it doesn't matter people are going to tune in if the content is worth it. So it's GONNA definitely start with making Greek content and I think that's like paramount. So if you're not sure what you're going to talk about, maybe want to do a search for other businesses they're using live video, for example, some of your competitors look at some. Of the other players in your industry or even outside your industry that you actually tune into and ask yourself why do I watch this because it's the content for the most part it's not necessarily the person delivering it. It's not the graphics. It's not all that you know extraneous stuff. So creating content hundred percent agree with that one the next one by the way JEN is to build buzz about your broadcast and a lot of people the struggle because they think that well. I've already put it out on social media. That's enough. They'll do it once for example, and they forget about other things like their email list or any other social media channels, or for example, if you're part of any. FACEBOOK groups. For example, maybe you're part of a video community where they do allow you to promote your content. There's nothing wrong with going on someone's post and sharing the you a show coming up for example, and telling them what it's about. So, what's the third one job? Well, the third one would be you want to interact with your viewers. I mean a lot of these platforms especially, the one that we really liked to you stream yard will let you not only share audience comments to the screen. But even if you don't WanNA share their comments you can you know say hello, you know thanks for joining me because it makes them feel like they're part of the audience for one feel like you act I mean not that. You actually do you do care about them? The thing you want to be careful about when you're interacting with viewers is don't let that interaction distract from the show itself I mean it's one thing you could have twenty thirty people coming in. You know maybe do things like say, Hey, guys put in the comments where you're watching from and that's always Kinda neat too because one of the things that sometimes happens is when people start putting that stuff down the people that. Are. Watching. We'll start to interact with each other in the comments and you know actually in the aspect of the algorithm if it sees a lot of engagement going on in the comments, it will also get more exposure for your live show on some of these social platforms. So interaction that is definitely an important part to do, and as you mentioned, just speak a very careful about how much you do it. It's great to do it but don't do it too often. For example, you're not going to run through a list of fifty people that have joined. You might quickly go through and highlight just a handful that you see, and then throughout your broadcast, just keep an eye on who is popping in WHO's leaving comets. For example, if there's something relevant to the content discussing, that's where you know I think that it's important to highlight them on screen, but you don't have to highlight everyone because again it needs to fit within your show. So the fourth item is creating eye-catching and relevant thumbnails. And I talked about this at the beginning the content is the most important part. But yes, having that thumbnail that get somebody to stop in the middle of their facebook feed or on Youtube. For example, if your videos are showing up on the home screen, you know that is key and it's very easy actually to create your own thumbnails. So I would recommend creating an image that's nineteen twenty by ten ADP. So that's Pixel is basically one thousand, nine, hundred, twenty pixels by one, thousand, eighty pixels. Creek that and you can do that in plenty tools, for example easel Candida. Criollo there are so many that you're just make it really easy to create that thumbnail and it doesn't have to be. A, it needs to look good. It needs to be on brand, but it's not something that you need to labor over four hours to create I would almost even encourage you to outsource it. If you're not a graphic designer, you know you can use the graphic tools to make those designs but a lot of times if you need the vision and you need the help, that's where the graphic designer comes in. That's what you're actually paying for. So make sure you create eye-catching an relevant thumbnails, for example, if. It's on. Youtube go into your youtube video if you schedule live and change the thumbnail. So this way it pops up people start to recognize what your brand is. Even for example, put my a website url in there for example, US one for my show social chatter with social chefs, dot com slash love, and that actually will redirect them to the live show for that week. But YOU WANNA make sure you have a url on there directs people to where you want them to go. Okay. Number Five Jim. Cross promoting your show, and this is one of the things where I think people really fall short I mean not only on the channel that your show is going on. But also whether it's like you were talking about earlier taking it to facebook groups but you know what you want to make sure you're following the rules because a lot of times they don't want. You to promote yourself but there are several of them. They might have a day of the week where you can promote your show. One of the things that we started doing on the Tim and Jim show which I think is important. If you can think about you know we we all talk and a further episode two and we've talked about when you schedule guest. When. You've got your guests scheduled in advanced as an example if you know who your guest for month is going to be and you know we're recording this and you know July of twenty. Twenty. You could put that whole months guests in a graphic, and then post that graphic at the beginning of the month to say, here's all the folks we have coming up because one of the things you run into scheduling tools facebook let you schedule alive out more than seven days. So it's not like you're gonNA have that link, but why wait to tell people? Especially, if you've got a really significant guests coming on later that month you want them to set that time aside also guy that goes back to where you talked about earlier about your email list you could put that graphic in your email list and give people the link to as you just talked about where your show lives. With all your episodes so get them especially for Youtube maybe give them that youtube links so they could subscribe to your channel. This is this is that way you know it's that constant you know awareness right? You're not necessarily spamming people, but that's that awareness. Same thing with twitter, right you can put your show out there on twitter. What I always do is for the weekly show I will pin the post. So if someone's coming to my profile, they will see it but you also gotta remember the life of a tweet is only about eighteen minutes. So it's okay to put it out there several times and I know sometimes I'll say I'm bad about remembering to do that. But twitter is a great place to promote as well, and then you could use instagram stories you know if you have. A. Linked in company page if you don't have a to company page, maybe create one for your show and start to put the episodes out there as well and do a post on linked in You know maybe get some if you're especially if your business related to get folks as I involved as well anything that you think I've missed their Christian or want to add not really I think you covered everything as far as cross promoting your show you know making sure you post on your social media channels, your facebook page or facebook group. Re, the rules of that group and so on. The next point, actually number six, which is tagging guests. So for example, if you create a graphic at the beginning of every month, letting no people know who is going to be on your episodes that month it's a great opportunity to tag your guest. In addition to that so it could go in the graphic like you could put out a facebook post and it could be here this month guests we're looking forward to having and then tagged those people for example, the at sign in tight the person's name. That's the first thing I do and then in addition to that if you have an individual post that you also share, make sure you tag your guests there as well and you encourage them to go about sharing that. Graphic or that post, and the reason is this because you can't do all the heavy lifting. You know you're having somebody on us. When you have someone on your show, you want to make sure that the guest gets time on camera. It's not just about you. It's actually not about you. It's about your guest and what they're going to be talking about or sharing. So, make sure you give your guests plenty of time and obviously encourage them to do some sharing as well and make sure you give them enough time to also do that sharing. I know there's some people we've had on gem that it's taken us quite a while to actually get them on and so we want to make sure we have as much of our. Information ready to go. So we can send it to them and tell them what to promote. Now in addition to tagging guess, what's the next one number seven? Yeah and another one that you may not consider tagging influencers that are relevant to your show topic because maybe you're going to talk about a topic where you're bringing guest on because it is something you heard from one of these influencers. So if you tag them, give them some credit. They are more likely to not necessarily that they're going to tune in, but they may at least comment share with their community because you're showing them a little love. So to speak as well and one of the things that's so important about tagging your guest is if you you know and also you need to emphasize to your guest, please promote this show to your audience because I think what happens sometimes is that they're not always doing a good job themselves of cross promoting. Because they think, Oh, well, you guys are putting the show on I just have to show up. Well, if they want the audience to come, they need to be promoting it to their audience as well. I. Think that's a great point actually and something that you know we're all glad that we can get a guest on our show but the guest also needs to help do some of the promotion because you know it works two ways, for example, if you tag influencer or a guest. What end up happening is they they decide? Okay I'M GONNA participate or I'm going to tune in let's say then you have really low numbers it actually might make you look bad and part of that's not because it's not because Oh you don't have the audiences tuning in, but it's where basically can stack your audience and their audience if they actually helped you some of the promotion so be very. Strict but make sure you suggest to your guest or your influence for example hey, we love it if you tuned in and sometimes they'll pop in. You know if it's an influencer for example and they have the time or if it's a guest. They'll hopefully go and share that. So what's that number seven right Jim so number eight on how to build your life show with your existing audience is to encourage your audience to interact and you know one way to do this. Obviously, it's at the beginning when you encourage your audience like when you interact with your audience maybe you're bringing them up and the comments for example, you're highlighting them during your show and so forth but you want also occurs them to interact and this could be something where. You tell them if they have questions, lead them in the comments, and then you might have maybe a couple of minutes built into your show where as you get comments from people, you can then encourage your audience to interact and actually interact with them. For example, if they have a question that is about a topic that you're covering, they can lead that question in the comments and then you can address it. So you know it's give and take. It's you interacting with them and then interacting with you and. It sounds. Simple but it really is. Just. You know encouraging everyone to contribute a little bit to where that it helps the show better. The person gets their question answered. You're able to flex your knowledge. Obviously, they're able to get their question answered. So you know it's a win win all around when everybody. Interacts together. And I think well, I think another thing before we go onto also at the beginning of the show and even at the end, sometimes don't forget to say you know if you're a replay viewer because the one thing that people forget sometimes not everyone is going to watch your show live. In fact, I would probably bet you're going to have more replay viewers in your life viewers because. No matter what time and day you pick it's never going to be perfect for everybody. So you just need to stick with a time and date that works best for you If you have a co host like like we do or you know or your guests, you're just GONNA have to pick time and a date to go with. So always say you know a replay viewers. As well, don't be afraid to drop your questions in also encourage questions before the show starts because maybe you'll get some questions in the comments as you're as you're doing some of that that sort of stuff but number nine is you want to invite your audience to share your show on social media because that's another of those triggers for Some of these platforms is when they're. Seeing sharing, sharing helps the algorithm. Hey, this must be something that people want to see. Let's let more people see it. So they can share you know to their to their personal network sometimes, they can share two groups that they're in. So definitely something you want people to do because that's how you're gonNA get more exposure to your rear brandon, your show, any anything you want to add there. As far as inviting your audience to share your show. As I mentioned at the beginning, we talked about inviting your guest to help you do some the sharing but again I mean, if you can get your audience to share, you might actually have to also give back by the way to get them to share and it's doing things by. Answering their questions that they have given them some really good tip. They can help them helping them overcome sort of a roadblock or a hurdle. So I think that actually can you can ask them to share your content, for example, here to share your show but I think the more you give back to them as well. I think that's you know helps break down some of those barriers to where people feel. That they can't connect with that streamer. Because Oh that person is too important, they don't have the time and so on and and actually to before we go onto the next thing would be. You can also even ask him like tag someone they know in the comments that might benefit from what we're talking about on that specific episode. Another good point. So that's number nine. What's number ten? Jim. You want a message, your past guests, and so you WanNa you WanNa take us on that one Christian. Sure. So if you are running a show and you for example or talking about a similar topic on one episode, maybe want to also reach out to your past guest who was on a similar episode and encourage them to tune in. Sometimes, they'll pop in other times you might want to message your guest if you need to bring back. You know other people on your show and other thing also that I think is really important is if you pay attention to which topics when you run your show, which ones are generating the most of us, for example, I have some videos that I've published and generate twice the number of US as other topics, and if I look back on that episode, it's not necessarily it's the content, but it also is guest they play a factor into that. So I, might want to reach out to a past guest a invite them to you know a give us some feedback about the show so that we can continue to improve it or also. Encourage them to maybe be a guest or also get them to come back on the show. So don't be afraid to go back to your past guest. It's not a one off relationship. You know we don't have a guest on the show and then never talked, and again we have a guest on the show we evaluate them at the end. Did they know their material? For example, sometimes they come as recommendations to the add to the show where the areas where hey, maybe we could have done a better job, and so we we do that and then obviously keep in contact with that guest and you're building you're building a relationship and. One one last thing I would add to that's a great way to keep connected with your guest is Tim and I on the Tim Jim Show, we created a twitter list of all our guest, and so what we do is after they've been on the show, we add them to this public twitter lists. It's basically the Timon Schimdt show you know Jim show guest and We're able to re tweet their stuff and stay engaged with them on twitter long after they've been on the show, but it also helps keep us top of mind. So maybe when we have other shows, they will promote them to their network even if they're not on it so this is something to consider and that leads us to our our last You know tip for today eleven is youth got an opportunity to repurpose this content. After the live show is over, you can be turning this into blog post. You can be taking short video clips out where you're putting on different platforms. Maybe it's a real key point that was made by your guest and then asking are telling people. If, you WanNa Watch the whole episode. You know give them that link to wherever it is. You want him to go to to the facebook live or the Youtube live or wherever you were at, and there's also some other tools and things I mean Christian would give us give us a little bit more on this idea of repurposing. So you WanNa make sure that you don't just run your show and then you wait and then you have another show the following week or the following month. However often you run your show, you WanNa sure you are staying top of mind with your audience and this includes things such as taking your existing show and then chopping it up into pieces. For example, if you run a thirty minute show chances are. It's not thirty minutes about one particular topic. You might cover a range of topics and so you can actually pull his out his little snippets and share those on your social channels. For example, if you determine that, hey, I'm gonNA create some short little clips of audio or video clips and I'm GonNa put those on twitter than I can repurpose that existing video using tools such as letelier descript or auto dot AI. And so on. There's lots of different tools for this. We're GONNA cover tools for repurposing at some point, but you know repurposing is definitely important and the thing is it's not about getting on this hamster wheel just creating one piece of content and then continuing to create another piece another and another another. Yes you do need to do something like that. However, with live video, there is a lot more shelf life if the content is evergreen content, so you could create one. Show, and then you can go and break that down into individual pieces that you put on your channels. For example, you could put them into an email list, for example, into an auto responder series where somebody could sign up and they can actually get all the little snippets and then get directed to the full episode. But there's a lot of different things that you can do repurpose content. Again, we'll talk about a lot more of that on a future episode but again. You. If you want to build your life show with your existing audience, you do need to go through some of these actions and I would say this. Obviously make sure your content is really good. And when you do next episode. Evaluate yourself what did you do? Well, what do you need to improve? On the next episode. For example actually doing that while recording this podcast. We have been slowly going through each episode and improving our process for the episode for recording episode. Making sure we hit certain points making sure we leave certain things out. Are we saying on and those types of things? So you need to apply the same thing to your life show and if your audience for example is not tuning in his mentioned early, don't get discouraged because your audience is GonNa Watch, on their own time. So you WanNa make sure that you produce really good content and you do the promotion aspect of it. So making sure you're interacting with your viewers making sure you're building buzz about your broadcast tagging guests and so forth. Jim Anything else you want to add on this upset I I think I think these are if you take these things in mind and as I I always like to say. Just look to get better one percent every day. Whether it's your live show or anything you're doing and that small incremental. Work, we'll just make you better down the road. Fantastic. So that's going to do it for this episode of the launcher live podcast on how to build your life show with your existing audience. If you have any comments or questions, go to launch live four EP seventeen, we'll make sure we put all of these tips. Into that article as well but we will see you all next time. Thanks for tuning. We appreciate you joining us for this episode of the Launch Your Live podcast short a rate review and subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast platform. Also. Visit launched your dot live for more resources based on today's topic as well as access to even more episodes that will help you level up your live videos that's launch your dot live. So until next time. Keep going live.

facebook Jim Views Youtube twitter US Tim Jimmy Cara Schevitz instagram EP Timon Schimdt brandon eighteen minutes hundred percent thirty minutes thirty minute one percent four hours
Midday Brief for Friday, January 18th

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Midday Brief for Friday, January 18th

"Uh-huh. I'm Jay are Whalen in the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal in New York, the Democratic National Committee said Russian hackers tried unsuccessfully to breach dozens of its Email addresses eight days after the twenty eighteen minutes from elections. The DNC believes the attempted intrusion was the work of the same Russian hacking group that rated its network during the presidential campaign more than two years ago test level eliminates seven percent of its fulltime workforce as the company tries to maintain profitability while lowering the price of its model three sedan. It'll be the automakers second round of job cuts in a year. Tesla has been ramping up production of the model three while trying to reach its target of selling it at thirty five thousand dollars to make it a mainstream sedan and Danish researchers have found that after enjoying traditional holiday foods throughout December people's bloodstreams were brimming with low density Leipold protein or LDL also known as the bad cholesterol. The researchers studied more than twenty five thousand people ages twenty to one hundred the results. Them to caution against starting drug therapies based on cholesterol tests, and ministered in January when the results may represent a temporary spike in December January LDL was twenty percent higher than in the summer. You can read about the study and full and the other news of the day at wsJcom or the WSJ app.

Democratic National Committee Wall Street Journal Tesla New York Whalen Jay thirty five thousand dollars twenty eighteen minutes twenty percent seven percent eight days two years
Curses and Witches

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

Curses and Witches

"Welcome to myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Chrome today. I continue my investigation into the world of physical and paranormal with a witch at a curse organs. Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery was established in eighteen. Fifty local. Say the cemetery is haunted by a woman who was hanged after being accused of being a witch and that her ghost hoste cemetery however research has recently revealed that it was her son who was hanged for murder both his mother and wife sworn testimony claimed he was elsewhere when the crime was committed but a jury of his peers convicted him nonetheless Richard Gusts marble was hung by the neck until debt. For the axe murder of shopkeeper David corker but the hanging didn't go well the thirty witnesses who watched the execution described how the news is not slipped under his chin instead of breaking his neck. They watched him for eighteen minutes as he strangled. Death still was Richard. Smother a witch. She did cursed the town to misfortune to burn three times at the time of the hanging hills. County seat was Lafayette but just one year after the hanging the town loss that honored to Mcminnville to date. Lafayette Oregon has burned to the ground. Twice the spirit of Richard's mother on a marble has been seen wandering through the graveyard perhaps searching for the spirit of her son. Who KNOWS MISS? You say just another ghost story. Maybe not visitors claim that they have seen her others that they've heard her laughing. One visitor claims she recorded. Anna's voice telling her to run home. Some of those who say they were chased from. The cemetery have revealed cuts across their back and a marble flood. Lafayette years on this mortal coil in Jacksonville Oregon where she died in one thousand nine hundred sixteen and was buried in the Jacksonville cemetery today. The Lafayette Pioneer cemetery remains unchanged since the hanging and there are still reports of which sightings but few visitors venture past the no trespassing sign that's been posted at the entrance. Cursor sandwiches was produced here at night. Owl Sound Studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and Sharon. Bauer internationally known Psychic Medium and author of the book. Life Eternal love immortal at Sharon. Bauer medium DOT com. Check it out. I'm kid chrome. Thanks for listening.

Lafayette Pioneer Cemetery Richard Gusts Lafayette Oregon Lafayette murder Jacksonville cemetery Anna David corker Bauer Rogue Valley Metaphysical Libr Jacksonville Psychic Medium Oregon Mcminnville eighteen minutes one year
I AM: Metahuman

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

I AM: Metahuman

"The key takeaways from thousands of books visit blink cast dot com slash Deepak today we daily breath is supported by blinking blinking is an APP that makes it more convenient for busy people like you So let you do this now for the next two minutes gene now you may take your attention of your bread Quietly the most important thing is become shovel plenty of feet on the ground on cross your legs keep your hands on your latte hopefully so keep doing this sensation background non sensation uh-huh facing up use the backrest so your spine his erect and please close your eyes and to realize that you as awareness are inherently free of those sensations and feel your body from the inside out feel the sensations in your body from the inside out silence once again sensations are islands of experience in an ocean of awareness awareness to any sensation be aware of the sensations take awareness away from the sensation bring your awareness to any sensation you have in the body it doesn't matter if it's uncomfortable or comfortable but just bring your as you do this you'll realize that sensations are highlands of Expe- to whether uh sensations alternate between being aware of the sensation you can experience them when you put your attention to them and they disappear when you take your attention away from them serving in the ocean of awareness awareness healing feeling the sensations Hendon moving away into the ocean of non sensation just awareness you're shifting from awareness of sensation in a little bit by inhaling two to four buzzing to the kind of two and then exist about poteen and just slowing the red will stimulate your Vegas North that is the healing of in your body any laughter love Andrew Pete those words with the following for intentions peace harmony anywhere in the body where you feel slight discomfort or even slight sensation bring your awareness to that Eh laughter love peace harmony laughter love peace and being aware of the rest of the body without sanitation just go back and forth from sensation two nonsense issues just mentally beat them yourself keeping your awareness in your heart which is the next mittel just observe your Brett you might even want to slow your breath now where no experience is happening with their is just witnessing awareness as you go back and forth and now just had the thought that those sensations which are islands of discomfort a slowly melting aw because awareness spirit awareness is consciousness please continue for a minute and as you continue this weekend reflect again on this virtual reality in your body this relax rest in your body rest in awareness rests in being doc rest in existence you may now slowly open your eyes into the rest of your body where there are no sensations and they'll bring it back physical heart emotional heart and spiritual heart all at the same time peace harmony before we continue I'd like to tell you about uh sponsor blinking I to blink dot com slash Deepak to start your seven-day trial and get twenty five percent off a subscription that failing to the six when you do this you're breath rate will come down to about eight from normal our show is created and executive produced by jang-keun David Shadrack Smith and me I'm Deepak Chopra laughter love now wrist and now let go of that and bring your awareness into your heart and mentally seedier heart seven spiritual laws of success right now for a limited time blink is has a special offer just for our audiences mm-hmm awareness itself to pure awareness of witnessing the sensation are built into virtual reality when anyone says that something is impossible she's only upholding virtual reality eighteen minutes. Millions of people are using blinking and accessing the massive library on blinking you can find my book jang-keun and Katie Shepherd edited by Andy Jaskiewicz and composed by Henry scars struck this from the human need to live in limitation this need began the process that created the condition mind remember things I am blink is an APP that condenses information from thousands of nonfiction books so you can read or listen in just fifty thank you to Bob Tavernier Caroline Rangel Serena Regan and everyone who contributed to bring daily breath to life it's blinking I spelled B. L. I. N. K. I. S. T. Blink is dot com slash deepak the next week Daily breath is produced by WHO says you have to follow suit see if you can identify way you are a Bushel reality and join me for more do a meditation that brings harmony and peace enough turn love as fundamental qualities of our muscle not because anybody says they're impossible because the whole setup Uber Chew Reality says so or limitation.

Bob Tavernier Caroline Rangel Katie Shepherd Andy Jaskiewicz N. K. Henry twenty five percent eighteen minutes two minutes seven-day
Best of 'Thing to Know Thursday' in 2019 - Thursday, December 26th, 2019

the NewsWorthy

00:00 sec | 11 months ago

Best of 'Thing to Know Thursday' in 2019 - Thursday, December 26th, 2019

"Today is Thursday December. Twenty six. I know this is where you normally get all the day's news in less than ten minutes but today it. We're doing something a little different. It's a special episode for you as we wave goodbye to twenty one thousand nine hundred. It's look back at ten of the best thing to know Thursday interview segments of the year. You'll hear key points about everything from CBD to dating to East East sports to impeachment to productivity tips and more so here are ten clips of ten of this year's thing to note Thursday interviews. You ready let's do that. What do you think the future of CBD looks like what I think is going to depend a lot on the study show if good quality studies studies in humans show? That doesn't really do anything for anxiety. Insomnia or chronic pain Then I think that it might indeed out in be yet another trend like Beta carotene and oxidants or all the other things have coming on if there is evidence that it works. I think it could be really huge. The studies are pretty encouraging. Dating APPS are definitely on the rise when you look back to to when my husband and I met or even just in two thousand ten one in five people met through a dating site and now in twenty nineteen one in three people are meeting through a dating site or APP. So that's telling you that's where the singles are an by twenty twenty seven hundred million people online using dating up at the college level for sports. We have it as not just a club sport anymore we have. It is actually a varsity competitive activity in over one hundred fifty schools around the country and to be honest around the world. There are coaches there are arenas and practice facilities. They are sanctioned competitions Titians for teams to compete in different conferences and in different regions. It's using school money using school logos and colors so it's just like a university would have a baseball basketball football football team now. A lot of universities have an e sports team even if they get those articles of impeachment. Those things go to the Senate for trial in the Senate has to decide whether they are going to remove the president based upon those articles of impeachment impeachment and that has not been So you know. The odds historically are against the president actually being removed but it certainly can keep a president in in the spotlight and especially coming up on election period. Make people question who they want to govern them for the next four years. There's something that a lot of people have heard of but very few people do in it's called the pomodoro method and that's when you actually sit there and you set a timer for twenty five admits or for thirty five minutes or for me. I like seeing a timer for forty two minutes is just what I like to do and when I see that clock starts ticking I had those forty two minutes minutes where I have to accomplish. That one set task that I have and that makes me cut out all distractions not be like. Oh well maybe. Let's go for a quick walk. I it's not like the clock is ticking. I have forty minutes. I'm off to the races. I'm going and was just as important Erica. As those forty two minutes of being productive during that Palm Nor Matha is eighteen minutes that I give myself when I call to refresh. Young people. Think they're just vaping flavor flavor and water but in fact products especially ones like jewels so some of the newer products these pod products have very very high levels of nicotine. Jewel themselves have said that one jewel pod has the same nicotine as a pack of cigarettes. And so so what happens is young people use these products. They have no idea. There's all this nicotine in them. Our Research said two thirds of young people don't know jewel always always has nicotine in it. So they're very confused. If you'RE GONNA fly to Hawaii New York you're going to go to Chicago so you can go to Alaska for that matter anywhere. Within the United States you are now going to need to provide some form of federally approved document to get on that plane and fly live. Wasn't like that before. So hopefully that makes it clear. And so when you're talking about a federally approved document that's going to be this new version of your driver's license or you can also bring a passport or something else that helps prove your identity if you have not had a chance to get this new real. Id that is correct stew fully expect. There will be people on October first. Twenty twenty that show up to the airport with their I d from before and no passport. Who are not able to get on the plane? Unfortunately yes and so. It's really fascinating is that we're living in a time. Where even if you are engaged aged network or happy at work you know Happy at work is still looking to see what else is out there. People are still open to new opportunities which is different than the way it used to be. Where you know? You've found a great company with drones for everyday. Deliveries is actually a realistic thing that we'll see in the future where the technology at least from the industry perspective is pretty much all almost that you know the Amazon and some of these other companies claim that they can already do that and be that as it may still going to have the fact that the regulations don't commit operations of that nature. Do you agree with this article. In The economist at Twenty One thousand nine hundred is the year of Vegan. And why do you think it's more mainstream now than it ever has been before people go Vegan for three reasons and so it's the same three reasons for why it's so popular. They're either doing it for the love of animals for their house or for the environment firemen. And there's never been more news around the environment and your health right now and how plant based Diet can affect both of those things say and that's it for today. Thank you so much for listening. Of course there were so many other great interviews and guests this year. These were just ten of of more than fifty interviews in two thousand nineteen. I hope you learned something new and interesting with each and every one if you want to go back and listen to the full interviews from any of the clips you heard today or or read more about those topics. I've listed all the links to those past episodes in today's episode notes. Right in your APP or on the News Dot Com. I also want to take another moment to say thank thank you for listening to the newsworthy throughout twenty nine thousand nine hundred and into the New Year of twenty twenty. I so appreciate you joining us here each day and yes we will be back with a regular Daily News Update tomorrow Friday catching you up on the news. You may have missed this week until then have a great day.

Twenty twenty nicotine president Senate Twenty One Insomnia United States Erica baseball Hawaii Palm Alaska basketball Chicago Amazon New York forty two minutes thirty five minutes eighteen minutes