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Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Daystar CEO Marcus Lamb dies after COVID diagnosis

"Marcus Marcus lamb lamb the the CEO CEO and and founder founder of of the the conservative conservative Christian Christian Daystar Daystar television television network network has has died died at at the the age age of of sixty sixty four four after after contracting contracting the the corona corona virus virus his his wife wife Joanie Joanie said said he he had had diabetes diabetes and and was was hospitalized hospitalized after after his his oxygen oxygen levels levels had had dropped dropped lemon lemon Daystar Daystar have have promoted promoted views views opposing opposing cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccines vaccines and and restrictions restrictions to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the disease disease the the network's network's programs programs have have featured featured vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics and and healthcare healthcare professionals professionals who who promote promote alternative alternative club club in in nineteen nineteen treatments treatments in in recent recent months months a a number number of of prominent prominent anti anti vaccination vaccination Christian Christian broadcasters broadcasters have have died died from from Calvin Calvin nineteen nineteen radio radio host host Dick Dick Farrell Farrell Phil Phil Valentine Valentine and and mark mark Bernie Bernie or or who who were were unvaccinated unvaccinated all all died died after after they they contracted contracted the the virus virus I I Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Alex Berenson: More Media Censorship Is Coming

"And I'm really worried like you said with the vaccines I just had a breakthrough case Alex It wasn't mild I'm not trying to extrapolate anything from that It's a single subject design It's just me Maybe other people have I'm telling you my case wasn't mild and I feel like today during the show I'm saying to myself this episode will probably get banned somewhere just because I told people factually accurate information I'm really worried about that No I think you're right I don't think you're off conflict at all I think this is a huge issue going forward I think as I said I've been banned from Twitter but I think a Twitter censorship is going to get worse because Jack Dorsey certainly was the CEO of Twitter the founder he's stepping down I think there's a belief among a lot of people that Twitter is going to start to censor even more aggressively And you are absolutely correct By the way I think everybody should be allowed to speak Basically everybody should be allowed to speak And if you have some dumb conspiracy theory that the vaccines are filled with silicon nanoparticles or whatever that will get the speech will drown out speech and it will get worked out That said when you ban people like me who are clearly making their best effort to be serious journalists you're going to drive people to weirder conspiracies Okay you're going to drive people into the hands of these people who say this vaccine is around to depopulate people I don't believe that I don't write that but when you ban people like me you're naturally going to raise suspicion among people who are predisposed to conspiracy theories So it's a terrible idea It's terrible for our country I mean I have to believe that the Democrats eventually are going to see that this is a mistake But they haven't

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Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping down as CEO

"Twitter Twitter co co founder founder Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is stepping stepping down down as as CEO CEO Twitter Twitter share share prices prices rose rose on on the the news news that that CEO CEO Jack Jack Dorsey Dorsey is is leaving leaving his his post post effective effective today today the the social social media media platform platform which which has has over over two two hundred hundred million million active active daily daily users users will will now now be be led led by by Barack Barack Arbor Arbor while while Twitter's Twitter's chief chief technology technology officer officer since since twenty twenty seventeen seventeen in in a a letter letter to to employees employees tweeted tweeted from from his his account account Dorsey Dorsey said said it it was was his his decision decision to to leave leave the the company company where where he he has has had had various various lead lead roles roles for for sixteen sixteen years years and and then then he he was was really really sad sad yet yet really really happy happy he he wrote wrote that that his his trust trust in in the the new new chief chief executive executive runs runs bone bone deep deep and and that that for for all all the the talk talk of of the the importance importance of of a a company company being being founder founder lead lead the the idea idea is is severely severely limiting limiting Dorsey Dorsey says says he'll he'll leave leave the the company's company's board board when when his his term term expires expires in in may may of of next next year year after after helping helping with with the the transition transition Paul Paul Barrett Barrett with with the the NYU NYU stern stern center center for for business business and and human human rights rights says says Dorsey Dorsey leaves leaves behind behind a a mixed mixed legacy legacy a a platform platform that's that's useful useful and and potent potent for for quick quick communication communication but but one one that's that's been been exploited exploited by by a a range range of of bad bad actors actors I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Snippet with Julia Newbould

Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 5 d ago

Snippet with Julia Newbould

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

Mark Levin

01:16 min | Last week

Larry O'Connor: Stop Worrying About Who Sits in the White House

"And what we saw in Virginia with the election of glencoe in the first Republican elected statewide since 2009 was exactly the power and organization and political message that we need to spread far and wide between now and election day next year Stop worrying about who's sitting in the Oval Office Does it matter of course it matters But right now what matters more How do you win this country by changing the president and then everything gets fixed Come on You're smarter than that you know better You know your founders the founders didn't want that You'd think James Madison and Alexander Hamilton and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson wanted us to wring our hands and worry about who would sit in The White House every four years Our entire country was built on the premise of divesting power from the federal government in the nation's capital The most important decisions that happen in our lives should be made at the local level and there's nothing more local than school boards Fix your house fix your neighborhood fix your community fix your town fix your county fix your school district That's how you change a country I've got more to say about that coming up in a little bit But that's what we need to focus on right now

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Firm Tied to Hunter Biden Brokered $3.8B Deal for Cobalt Mines to Chinese Company

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

Firm Tied to Hunter Biden Brokered $3.8B Deal for Cobalt Mines to Chinese Company

"Hunter Biden's firm helped Chinese company purchase rich cobalt mine in $3.8 billion deal. In investment firm that counts Hunter Biden among founder, its founders helped the Chinese company purchase one of the world's most lucrative cobalt mines from an American company. Biden established the firm, bohai harvest RST, equity investment fund management, with two other Americans and some Chinese partners in 2013. Hear that? Hunter Biden? Started a firm with Chinese partners in 2013. No, no, no, but hey, the real problem? Is moms and Grand Junction that show up at school board meetings? Who get their entire house searched by FBI agents? The American members controlled 30% of the Shanghai based operation and served on the board. I'm reading from Fox News dot com. The company notably completed a deal in 2016 that saw a Congo cobalt and copper mine transfer from an American company to a Chinese outfit. For the sum of $2.65 billion. Bhr served as a minority stakeholder to buy out around $1.1 billion of shares from London mining of Canada, who owned a portion of the Congo mine. Chris Clark, a lawyer for Biden, says he no longer holds any interest directly or indirectly in either VHR or scans. But Chinese business records reviews reviewed by Fox News in April 2021 showed that Hunter Biden continued to hold a 10% Chinese private equity firm stake in ball high harvest RST equity investment fund management through hunters, company.

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How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley

"Their owners founder Elizabeth Holmes has taken the stand at her trial you can't tell your side of the reporters trailed Elizabeth Holmes as you looked at federal courthouse in San Jose California the fall in Silicon Valley star took the stand late Friday afternoon in her trial for criminal fraud will back again on Monday the former entrepreneur will attempt to refute allegations by federal prosecutors that she bamboozled investors and patients about her start up Theranos and blood testing machine called Edison that she claimed would reshape health care homes began her testimony by recounting her early years as a student at Stanford University her interest in disease detection while working with the respected chemistry professor who later joined the company she talked about dropping out of school at the age of nineteen and convincing her parents let her use your college savings to found a startup the government's evidence included internal documents and emails and

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Are We the Third Generation to Do Something Big?

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Are We the Third Generation to Do Something Big?

"We're in a culture war They run the colleges and universities They run the media They run academia I mean even at the lower levels with the unions et cetera And we're going to have to start figuring out how to get involved in these aspects of our society The parents showed us what the school boards we need to get into the shareholder meetings with these corporations We need to claw back funds from colleges and universities who are producing and giving tenured to true outspoken marxists In other words we have to go on offense don't you think Yes It often speaks deep into my background in the sport of wrestling You stand around the sport of wrestling you don't get your tail kick You have to go on the offense That's the only way you win anything So look I look at history Someone said this Maybe we got this from New York I can't remember but someone said every third generation in this country has done something big Who had the founders who started this experiment freedom we call America Three generations later Lincoln held the country together We got rid of the evil of slavery three generations after that We had the greatest generation beat the evil of Nazi Germany and imperial Japan and now here we are Three generations later and maybe the way the good lord has it it's our turn to do something big and start to stop this march to communism that we see the left putting us

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Does Jenna Ellis Have a Renewed Faith Following Kyle Rittenhouse Trial?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Does Jenna Ellis Have a Renewed Faith Following Kyle Rittenhouse Trial?

"To just double down on one of your points there about the jury This was brave to do this These people are not living in a bubble They've not been sequestered Yes they've been told don't speak about the case avoid media Listen they're human beings Clearly whether by osmosis or what you know ESP whatever it is they know what's going on They're not dumb They live in Kenosha They knew the heat around the Jacob Blake case and the heat that happened afterwards that led to this since it would rittenhouse They could have been intimidated would be quite human to say you know gosh I don't want to live the rest of my life worrying about someone staring over my shoulder 'cause I was a juror They know the media pressure This was brave and let me ask you this Does it reestablish your faith in this great country I'm kind of torn on this because you and I both know this kid shouldn't have been in the court in the first place There was never any even reasonable suspicion that this kid did any of this Right and you know and especially after we saw the MSNBC reporter follow the jury bus last night I mean these guys the jury knew what was going on at least in the sense that they know the public pressure on this they see the cameras in the courtroom They see it filled with reporters That's not typical for a trial It would have been easy to cave to that pressure but this is it doesn't establish where establish my faith in the system per se in the sense that the prosecutor should have never brought these charges to begin with They should have looked at the evidence gone where the evidence led The prosecutors are the one here who were cowards They were cowards and it took a jury of 12 of Kyle's peers Average ordinary Americans who aren't part of the establishment aren't part of the system they stood up and they said no and that's exactly what our founders envisioned when they said you have a right to a jury of your peers Average Americans who understand what justice requires and they're not caught up in politics and political pressure like these ridiculous idiot

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Search warrants unsealed in probe of billionaire Sanford

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Search warrants unsealed in probe of billionaire Sanford

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting search warrants are unsealed in a probe of south Dakota's wealthiest resident search warrants unsealed Wednesday show authorities in South Dakota probed an email account belonging to billionaire banker turned philanthropist T. Denny Sanford for possible possession of child **** there were also warrants for Stanford's cellular and internet service providers the investigation into Sanford was reported last year by ProPublica and the Sioux falls Argus leader after both news outlets went to court the state Supreme Court ruled last month to unseal the warrants and corresponding lists of what investigators found the eighty five year old Sanford south Dakota's richest man has not been charged with a crime he made his fortune as founder of first premier bank in South Dakota known for issuing high interest credit cards to those with poor credit hi Mike Rossio

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

"Nicole Hannah Jones tweets over at the federalist they picked it up Sean Fleetwood New York magazine writer and founder of the 1619 Project the call Hannah Jones took to Twitter this week to offer historically illiterate take on why the United States bond Hiroshima during World War II In a course she was promoted by The New York Times or 1619 project cronut but a New York Times Historical scholars from every walk of life came out and said she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about but it doesn't matter You see And now deleted November 6th tweet Jones attempted to argue that the only reason the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city was due to financial reasons All you World War II vets listen to this She said they dropped the bomb They I guess meaning her country America When they knew surrender was coming because they'd spent all this money developing it and to prove it was worth it She wrote propaganda's not history my friend Now that is unbelievable She is a complete idiot She is a complete idiot Their first bomb was dropped and then the second bomb was dropped because Japan refused to accept unconditional surrender And that's what Harry Truman insisted on She is a historical illiterate but she can push her Pablo her hate for this country and there's not a single corrupt media platform that wouldn't love to

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'Just the News' Founder John Solomon on OSHA's Unconstitutional Overreach

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

'Just the News' Founder John Solomon on OSHA's Unconstitutional Overreach

"We always resort to John Solomon to brighten our day. Why? Because he's a truth teller the founder of Justin used dot com investigative reporter extraordinaire. We're going to talk about two big issues today, John welcome. Let me just play a cut that goes straight to the first story from your website. This is of course the current chief of staff of the Biden administration. Ron klain cut 6. I'm quite confident that when this finally gets fully adjudicated, not just a temporary order. Right. The validity of this requirement will be upheld. It's common sense chuck. If osha can tell people to wear hard hat on the job, be careful on chemicals, it can put in place these simple measures to keep our workers safe. This little problem that John, the hard hat is for when you're working and you get to take it off when you go home and it's not injected into your body. We have the piece we're posting right now on our Facebook and Twitter pages from Justin used dot com. Have we ever seen anything of the light 27 states including including three run by Democrat governors have brought suits against the Biden osha regulation? Is this going to stand once your expectation? You know it's rare to see 27 states in four days. I mean, it's hard to remember. It was only last Thursday that osha promulgated this regulation and already more than half the states in America have rushed to sue. You have a major lawsuit by one of the largest business lobbies in American job creators network. All of them are making the same argument, which is this is an unconstitutional overreach by osha. Ocean is supposed to govern what happens at the workplace, not what happens in your home or with your doctor with other things. And so the first a court to take a look at this, the 5th circuit of appeals, Court of Appeals in Texas, said there was such grave constitutional issues here. It ordered an injunction Sunday, the job creators network asked the a circuit to make that injunction nationwide, freeze it nationwide. That's a clue that these courts see the same issues as

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NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

NYC BLM Founder Suggests 'Riots' and 'Bloodshed' if New Mayor Brings Back Plain-Clothes Officers

"Black Lives Matter leader Hank Newsom promised riots, fire and bloodshed. If the incoming mayor, Eric Adams reinstates plainclothes cops, that's what BLM is against. Plain clothes, police officers. You know why there are plain clothes police officers? They help stop crime and catch the bad guys. Sometimes you can't have a uniformed officer. Prevent or stop a crime. Sometimes you need men and women who are playing closed. Street clothes. Black Lives Matter doesn't like that. Black Lives Matter thinks that's racist. So Black Lives Matter is now promising bloodshed in the streets of New York. I want somebody to tell me how these black lives it wasn't just one. It was this Hank Newsom's, I don't know, sister or whoever she is, a couple of Black Lives Matter founders. Founders of Black Lives Matter. These are leaders. Threatening bloodshed fire, riots and shutting the city down. If Eric Adams follows through on his promise to return the plainclothes NYPD gun unit to the streets of

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'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits

"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant

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BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

BLM Threatens 'Riots, Bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams Brings Back Police Unit

"You know what they're doing in New York City? You know what Black Lives Matter founders are threatening? The leaders of New York's Black Lives Matter movement threatened riot and bloodshed in the streets if the mayor elect in New York Eric Adams reverses the abolition of the NYPD's controversial anti crime units. Now this is as described in the New York Daily News, the liberal tabloid in New York. Eric Adams is a pro police guy. The new mayor of New York is a former police officer. And he is pro Law & Order. It's a small miracle that this guy got elected. Now, he's still a radical leftist, but coming from a law enforcement background at least he's pro police and pro law enforcement law enforcement. The cofounder of Black Lives Matter of greater New York said, if Eric Adams thinks that they're going to go back to the old ways of policing, then we are going to take to the streets again, there will be riots. There will be fire and there will be bloodshed. Because we believe in defending our people, shed the founder of Black Lives Matter New York. Um. Well, that sounds about right. Threatening mash violence if a new mayor who's black, by the way, doesn't obey your policy demands Black Lives Matter. Yeah, that's great. That sounds totally normal.

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The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

The Similarities Between Terry McAuliffe and Horace Mann

"I don't know about you, but I like talking to John's mirror. And I was talking to him was a yesterday about John Dewey, Horace Mann, about education about what mcauliffe said before he went down in flames and John, I thought, let's keep talking about that because we had ten minutes here. And I said, this is actually so important. And that's why when he said what he said that parents shouldn't have the right to interfere in what the teachers teach I just thought that is one of the wildest statements I've ever heard. The idea that an adult running for office could say such a thing or even things such a thing, again, call me naive, but I was absolutely astonished. Well, it was a great moment of candor. Terry mcauliffe said in a debate, parents should not be telling teachers what to teach in schools. We have experts for that. That was very candid. And as I said last time, Horace Mann, the founder of mass compulsory public education in America, Horace Mann, school for teachers is associated with Columbia University. I remember seeing it when it would get off to Trevor bridge. He was a Unitarian. He kept that kind of quiet. He was a social gospel reformer, and he thought it was the job of public schools to save children from their parents. You had all these fundamentalist Christians who believed in the Bible. You had all these Catholic immigrants getting off the boat like my ancestors. And they had all these reactionary views. They were not on board with modern science with progressive ideas with eugenics with all the things that the progressive movement had in mind. A massive federal government managing the country from the top down as experts basically peeling away the old constitution. Woodrow Wilson, before he ran for president, wrote a book about how the constitution was this archaic obsolete rickety 18th century mechanism we needed clear it out of the way so that we could run the government according to the dictates of modern science. And by modern science, they meant Charles

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | Last month

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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Founder of American Majority Ned Ryun on the Glenn Youngkin Playbook for Success

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | Last month

Founder of American Majority Ned Ryun on the Glenn Youngkin Playbook for Success

"And we're back with the founder and CEO of American majority Ned Ryan. Let's break it down. Let's look at what does this mean? Yes, it's one election, but it's a resident of the Commonwealth. Right, man, I'm excited. It's so easy to ride off all these overpaid rich bureaucrats who moved into nova change the demographics of the state. Well, that's over. This man, the nice thing, my wife, you know, said, the thing about junkin is he's like Trump because even in his acceptance speech, he was rattling off the things he's going to do day one. Yeah, that's right. He's going to have a committee meeting. No. No. Batting CRT tax cuts put advanced courses back in. Right. I mean, there's a whole long list. Huge things that as a former CEO of Carlisle group, you know, he should be able to actually implement in a business like fashion. So let's pull back from the Commonwealth. Right. Let's look at what this means nationally. Let's look at what it means for next year and 2024. Let's break down first the Trump effect. I think my old boss, I might be biased. Played this really delicately and well. He did. Because he did that phone rally, but nothing else. He did a soft endorsement, but didn't come out banging the drum on Fox every single day for Glen. Glenn came out of the closet came in on my show after mucking around my producer for a few weeks. Quitting himself, well, and then once he came on maestra, he was you opened, you know, the force that he came out of breitbart he came out of Fox Glenn was everywhere suddenly, very interesting, which means he's not fully distancing himself. He walked a very fine line. Extrapolate this for next year in 24 Ned. Well, that was the smart part about what young Ken did and I think he literally has laid out a playbook for Republicans in 2022 if they're smart, which is a massive question. Let's be honest. We're talking about that master question next. Right. Drive the playbook. The playbook is he saw he took the side of the parents. It's common sense approach in which the parents should have an advocate in which we fund public schools, we should not be abused by them. We should not have our children indoctrinated and then our kids. And it's our money. The funds everything. And Republicans need to embrace this and go, yeah, we're siding with parents. I mean, this is so common sense. I still have been around politics so long. I'm sure there's going to be Republicans will find a way to mock this up in 2022. But if they fall the Glen young can playbook and embrace it and say I'm gonna be an advocate for parents, parents have every right to be involved in their children's education. They should have every right to be involved in how their taxpayer dollars are

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"To do list is just a running list that's never ending This podcast was one. Is taking this long to get it done. But you know I'm trying to prioritizing more and more. So I was able to finally sit down. And get this recorded. Now I WANNA I wanNA, start editing his podcast put some music on like I did with the last one a little bit more professional but that just takes a lot more time but I'm GonNa try to do that because I love audio editing and I love making music so. Hopefully. do something with this one might that now and obviously the next one? But. It all depends on the time I need one day audio editing for podcast. because I've also started the Santa. My podcast again, just recorded with a therapist from. Florida yesterday. Docu Judy. Also have I'm definitely doing that one more professional. So I have to edit that. So I don't know maybe I'd take Saturdays Sundays to do edits on podcast and then release them on. Monday. Maybe I'll do that. So. Yeah. That's that's about it. Just trying to stay Organiz using trello and slack. Slack conversations with everyone the teen trello. Things that we have to do most more. So at is using trouble for that. Now. He's all into agile. Agile Development and to travel for that. but that's it so. Yeah. Hit me up on twitter if you love to connect with you. To get to know who's actually listening to this. And I'm instagram too. So you know what? It is the solo founder on Instagram and on twitter is to solo founder without the E.. Founder at the end. So said a Dr is the. Dr. That's it. So make sure. You check out the APP check out the website and we have the web player up we have the landing page. Is Not Lenny pages, not for Mobile. Landing page on a desktop or laptop you can click to listen on the white player on trying to get more therapy on Craig content. It's been hard for me to get in contact with them. To connect them to try to get more therapies underscores timing. But. That's what version is all about them. Just getting into the product themselves discovering Ed, setting up their own profiles recording on recording right on the product or uploading audio right in the product. Users will be able to follow them and we have we're GONNA have platelets as well. That way you can create a play share with your friend that might be going through something therapist can create their own playlists of nor important topics. They think are important. What obviously we need a lot more content you can create playlists and. Yet. If you know of send them my way. I, love to get them onto the platform and. member. The APP is still still is sewn APP store so Like our MVP, go check it out in a lot of content on their to listen to and to share it with anybody else you know. So. Thanks for listening and I hope to have another podcast with more news. Paul updates or Current events whatever whatever comes to mind now, starting to write right big. On a piece of paper. Talking.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"I had friends that were everything grown up. like in high school like I had white kids that were friends. You know Italians at first of all I I hate to term white, and I hate to turn black. 'cause to me. Those are like cargo Pronoun mean like type of people, but it's like colors I had. Yeah. I had Italian French. Greek friends at Irish friends then I had like South American friends you know, and of course the black friends? But like. I don't know the the whole. I like black people saying like I'm black, so that's why I respect it, but But I, you know I. Just always feel weird like all right blocked friends. I have white friends like. Your from somewhere even if you even if you were here for years or like your your family have been here for years your second third fourth generation. Why can't we just have putting American? because. You don't say like. I know now. People are sending like black and Brown people but. I don't I'm not I. Don't view. is saying like oh? You're a brown person. No Man like. All American you know and I have roots Spain. It's an important. Why don't want you to know me as? The Brown. Yeah, but that's the thing. It's always been backing white, black and white, and I remember always thinking well. What about US like? What about us? Like? Everyone's talking black and white and we're kind of like. kind of like in the middle. You know always yeah, not for awesome time. Overlooks middle of everything I got race, if you. Calling it race 'cause river. All humans were from the human race. the just I duNno I think. Pretty much just wanted to be united. Men just stop bullshit and just second. Just treat each other as equals and I mean it's crazy how? Twenty twenty. We're talking still about racial issues and. There's so much education out there. There's there's Internet there's. I mean. It's just ridiculous to me. This is still going on. hopefully this'll be something to pass something in the history books. Just right now. This is just the current situation. yeah that. That's pretty much my perspective in my take on it from my side. I mean I. Do you have anything else to add from? Yeah? I think I. Think I think We've we've done this? We've been talking a lot of good stuff. The podcast and I'll say in closing just like you say it's To me, all this stuff is silly. In Hey. I wish we could just hit pause. and. And I don't know leaders of a couple of all sides ceiling. Hey, can we hit restart and? Just love each other. That's respected chart just all the eagles. Because, there's so much time wasted. In, life. With all this racism and hate. And Life's too short and Eight people be racist against other people. We're all human. Bad humans there could humans. That's it. Just lift together and. Like I said life is short. Where here for? One Hundred Years if you're lucky, eighty five eighty. Don't you just want to enjoy life? Or you want to spend it. On, Energie hitting other kinds and fighting with each other arguing like I, I wanna live life and enjoy it. Just be happy when I'm eighty looked back. It's A. Great Life, and most of my life was was pretty good and I was happy. And you know I know they're offs in downs, but Let the towns. Just be situations about life not. Not because you know you hate somebody or somebody in you, so you know that hurts you. I just think it's song. In the grand scheme of things thinking about it this way we're on. Iraq. That's. Going that spinning around the Sun. In space. I was just floating space spinning around the sun had I don't even know how many minutes per hour. and. There are tons and tons of galaxy space is infinite, and we're like a speck of dust in this tire cosmos. And we're wasting time? This beautiful world. Silliness. I think all the silliness. Thanks. And now that's all I got. Down in. Our office. That's. Let's. Go! Back clearing. Painting a waste of energy. I think we should try to get off. Professionals. It'd be nice to get a therapist to see like what that rooted from. That's eight. And also like what's the impact on May. First of professionals point of view. Because we're here, we're. Entrepreneurs. Air I mean I I program. I'm a Latino Programmer. And Saying that this is my perspective, you have your perspective. Yeah. I mean. Don't. And saying you're Puerto Rican program because. You're the only Puerto Rican program. I ever met well. There's actually one. On twitter that were connected on twitter, but other over the UNICORNS thank. Puerto Rican programmers. We're all you got. Thanks for? Doing this with me, so you like dig deep, and then also say like perspective your story. I think this is where my favorite podcasts ever recorded I hope that. Whoever's listening. Wherever. They come from you know, look like me and you and come from areas like me you. That they, too. Can you know build something? Ability, Santa Mine and you know No. No problem, thank. Your podcast, a perk appearance and So. This more frequently and. Half sharing that story I mean. It must have been difficult tonight come. To have those thoughts be brought back up Sometimes we have to air out people to let them know that. They're not the only people that have gone through some things and. Hopefully, You know the people here this. Impact somebody in a positive way nothing that they're not alone. And I am just. Trying to get you. trying to be optimistic to the future. As just keep grabbing a keep hustling. And Yeah try to be good so that what? Your family is taken care of and yourself. All right depending. thanked. It is up at that. Metro, quota and you guys know about the total. On twitter. and not yet. So I take a stand on my daughter..

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"I mean yeah. She was seen the severity of it, so she was. She was more worried. and also like you know. We were like lower class working class, so she didn't. Like I don't even know where she got the money to pay for the lawyer, but you know she she. She wasn't GonNa Let. She wasn't GonNa Levy take oppo defender, my mother always. My parents gave me everything and more. You know when I was growing up as a little kid, I wealthy because I just get everything and more than ever wanted. But as I got older than I understood, it was like it was too hard work and you know credit cards and. It was you know easy for my parents to do that, but they wanted to keep me interested that. Sounds like you had it I mean mom definitely came through. Clutch and helped out with the Yeah, that sacrifice just to make sure his son was in. part of the system that I'm pretty sure she's probably. I, Dunno, she's witnesses. The any type of issues like that of the past where it's you know when people get wrongly accused but yes, you believe in the innocence inch your mother. Who knows you better than anybody, right? And and she really made that sacrifice There's a lot of families out there like your friends. For instance. They weren't able to have that opportunity that you had. So so yeah, thank you, thank your mom. Because I. Now your friend Dave got out of it so. Yeah Man. Yeah man and that's like. I mean there's. There's there's like one other story that I'll say really quick. When I was a little AL's little kid, I was about probably ten or eleven, and I was at the I was at the Boyega and that was. Crossing the street to put my grandmother's house, but I saw my at the door, and I wanted him to hold the door so I ran across the street and ran up to the door, so he can go with him. And as he's opening the door, I see a cop car jumped the curb and just curb, and in my head, and I told my uncle ocean something must have happened like they're driving really fast lights on. But then they stopped right in front of my grandmother's house. WHO THE COP! The COP and the driver's side comes out and now I'm on top stoop is three steps. He pulls me by the back of my shirt. Out from the. Third Step. Do onto hit onto the hood of his car. My chest is hood of his car. It was so loud that my my aunt was upstairs the second floor. She thought it was a car taxes. She came out the window to look and when she saw that. You know this cop had be Ma had thrown me onto the hood here already had he had turned me around, and now he was screaming at me and she screamed she.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"Do public business in front of everyone and. Everybody, from criminal to somebody who just got pulled over and arrested like you guys are all treated the same. Yup well treated the same and that, and that was one of the like. One of the worst parts like one thing I took. It doesn't matter like once. You're there they see you as a criminal, no matter what. You treat like one and he talked to you, yeah! Yeah. I mean sounds West sons rough. Rough experience soft to the store. Man I'm yeah, it's. Terrible Man Yeah so okay so they. We take from that cell. They take our fingerprints and. Whatever we had in our pockets. We haven't drank anymore yet, so I'm thirsty as help. so they take us down to this other south holding sal. and. I don't even know it's a small, so it's not. It's not as small as like a jail cell for two people in in prison. It's probably double that side. but we're in this cell. And, over the next course of our, they put in there about like a hundred guys. Like shoulder to show. Yeah, yeah, shoulder to shoulder. You really can't move. It's fucking hot. And this was. I'll never forget this man. Everybody was there was virtually to ask for water, so as like correctional system. Passing by you know. Some of the guys would like. Go fucking. Dirceu's give us water water and I'm just like Oh. Yes, please bring water. Grow. One cops are water. He came back. You know those bullets. Spring bottles a dollar that you buy the. Store. Smart more. Bro He he he brought to those put it inside the south through the bars, and it was mad as two guys ripped out one and then one guy open open up the one bottle, somebody tried to take for him so squeeze and all that water was gone, and there was one bottle left that one of the guys that were talking to us in the cell, he was to grab. He was like I got y'all got. So, he's took a sip and me and my friends were able to take a sip, and then like some other people took him who brought. It was like seventy, five, two hundred of them in there and. Yeah, they do shit on purpose man. The chaos. Yeah, yeah, so from there there will and didn't tell us what goes on Mike if you never been through central booking, you're just like wonder what's going on unless you ask somebody that's been through it and they tell you so the guy that you know. He was a criminal like he said he's done. He's been in jail like two times and he's like you. I got a case now than on fighting and I just got arrested for this I gotta go to my bailiff this and that, but he was for some reason man. Thankfully, he was nice to us, so he was telling us. What happens next so after this big holding so? You said next. They take you to like the cell before you see Moyer and the judge and those cells are smaller, and they put less guys in there. They put like seven to ten guys. So we will we go? We're in this big sell for about two hours. And he takes us to that third cell, and the third is like seven ten guys in there. There's a bench all around the site in the back, and then just the regular floor. So. It was about now now we were already like. Arrested for about twenty four hours. I think we got arrested that night. It was like maybe like clock. And now it's ten o'clock Phil nowhere to like what you guys were thick four. For. Nothing. You nothing nothing yet. So we're in the south about ten o'clock you know hoping. That announcing for their life. Lawyer, I, the. Judge that's well. You're not seeing Justin I. Don't even think about that, so. It'd be here overnight. The judge start seeing cases seventy M, reading or something like that. So whatever? So! Were former us. Two of US were once out. The two separated doing another so for me and my buddy. It's that stood together. And we're like fucking. Sleep here. The hardcore dudes already took the benches so on the floor took my sneakers. Put the behind the head, and we just laid back. To sleep through the night. I think it was like either five morning. They come in and they've redirected, too. And it was just like little boxes, cereal and Skin the regular milk. And at that point I ate. Last twenty four hours whatever whatever I last April outside all? So I! Chugged Shit I. Even looked to my friend. And I said you Y- that. I, do. My? Point So delicious I think had other cornflakes rice krispies. Today was the best conflicts. Arise. So, so so were there. If the morning everybody's away and. We're just waiting waiting. When we get to see our lawyer. You see the free Lord. Yeah Yeah 'cause I. Didn't we didn't know not being added? To get a lawyer at at. For the what happened, don't worry. Has a friend that works for. Her. To Get by light. To get. Five. Facet. To get up. So. We were up at like six. Waiting all day, and then lunch come brunches like a stale to sail to pieces of sale, breath with up some Palau. The middle. I I tried the and produce so disgusting. I need it. So the rest of the day passes,.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"Back on a podcast and Solo founder. And this is after a couple of weeks after the either pitch. And I'll go through that pitch the route. This podcast episode. But I got a Man. Edwin is back on the PODCASTS. With me and we're working together again and we've been working together for the past three or so months than really been added every day and I'm excited to be working with him again and excited to be talking to him tonight on my balcony today again. So what's up at? What's going on man? Has Everybody doing? Hopefully everybody's doing create more time. the M and it's been an exciting Spent a crazy couple of months right. Yes with things in our society but then also businesswise. That's pretty Nice What's going on? We've seen a lot of positives throughout this time. Yeah we have we. We started working again and right away. We got to it right away. We started preparing for the Pitch. Friendlier for about three.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"What's up everybody? I'm back I think this is I think the last yeah. The last episode recorded was with fiasco from the Antler celery to that I was in So yeah there's a lot that I wanNA talk about. Hopefully I can remember it all when what I'm thinking about recording I think uh shit I got a lot of things to say and then when I hit record thought to go blank but it'll come to As I as talk but yes I wasn't a scelerisque cold antler and they bring a hundred founders together gather who have at least ten years of work experience in the real world Some might have anywhere from like like seven eight years experience but they bring together and we do a couple of design sprints we have some speakers. The design sprints are designed so that we work with other founders in a program and get to know how other people work And then start you start looking to work with one or a couple founders. One on one to see. How will you work together so I I think I worked with about four or five people in the court and everyone was great that I worked with for short time? But we didn't what they call track out check out is when you decide to become co founders and work on an idea together. Each each experience with each person was different The last person that I worked with was actually found a cold Arlo hill and he's working on something called second body so I'll just leave it at that second body. Think think of it what you may but it's pretty exciting so we worked together for about two weeks and it was great but I think I think what happens. I was jumping on something that he's been working on ready. And although I was fine with it jumping onto something else somebody else's idea I I just don't think we we had two different like Mike Visions for the end for the end but we had two different visions along the product roadmap and yeah. Yeah they didn't align so in the end I think I said I think that it would be best if he does it on his own and he was happy with that and he actually went on to pitch and got the investment as a solo founder. So I'm really pumped about that because Solo found can't get funded so so he's onto face to and I'm really happy for him As for me be because we decided not to work with each other I had to actually defer my pitch because that that we stopped working with each other a week before the pitches the pitches were last week So I had a week to try to find a CO founder and cuddle with a new business idea and get some traction impossible during the week so so they actually can actually defer my pitch to another time January or February or whenever I have a co founder and we feel comfortable with pitching so yeah as you hear that as you hear. They're saying that you know I still needed co-founder but there's actually two solo founders. I got funded sounded and you know. I think both both had great traction and I think they both can just hire hire a strong. COO and they don't necessarily need a CO founder four. What I'm working on so I came in with Santa Mine fine but I actually changed it last minute like the week before I see the week before the pitches and the reason I changed it was because I.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"Right right so today I have y'all and he's another founder in the atler accelerator slash incubates Ormat Having talked much about that on this podcast but I guess we'll go into it now so yeah thanks for joining the podcast exciting to be yeah yeah this is cool because we I'd like to learn more about like I know what you come from I know what your interests are what kind of businesses are you trying to build here okay so I think it hard the type of business I'm trying to build is one that is very people centric and the purpose of the business is to either elevate communities that are overlooked more help people who aren't compromising situations just like deliver results that very directly influence people's livelihood their job prospects or whatever they're working on their mental health like anything that I can do to make people's lives specifically gutter Something that I mentioned working on and so it's kind of your typical starter founders like I'm going to be to be Saas product I'm GonNa sell it and that isn't to say that I'm not going to build a BBC response as a result of the larger thing that I'm trying to work on I think the big thing that drives me and has always driven me is people really making direct impact on the lives of people and not just organizations which presented some challenges but is something I'm excited about figuring yeah that's cool so I remember when you does your founder intro talked about being from Ghana and said he wanted to I don't know if you want to create something that helps people backing you wanted to give doc somehow is is that something that you're still focusing on an interested in doing or is that something you want to build activate your main company yeah that's a good question I think it's we more so the second thing that you said where I may be more down the line type of thing I'm trying to work on on a big thing for me is that I don't want to I don't want to start a company press like I don't want to do something that on on its face looks great but when it comes down to the details of how it actually works it's not actually that effective faces significant barriers doesn't actually and I think the more time that I spent reading ideas in this incubator the more I started to see that a lot of my lofty ideas and goals that I want to accomplish and gone on require like a d mount of either I don't know commitment to living never really long time or like deep amount of experience in like a huge network within the system and like as much as I love to be doing it myself as a person who is firmly rooted in the US right now it's like very difficult for me to do so you know my heart goes out to like you know the communities that I'm from and I see myself as almost like an ambassador for what type of person linked I can do and I still get back send money back to my family members donates organizations like I do these things but I think where that actually intersects with my business needs I think is going to be more of a down the line right now but asked me again tomorrow and have you have you found anything you're interested in doing on it you talk about the person system and marketplaces for consultants Have you like if you had to choose one which would be like the one you'd be passionate more passion Wa so the truth This is surprise me but I I think I'm most interested in the personal systems a service concept because the more research I into it them more deep but I see that the need is so for listeners the basic idea is you know the future of work is going to be very different than what it used to be right and everyone's thinking about houses going to change house automation GonNa Phase People's jobs what are we going to do with humans universal income Andrew Yang all that stuff and I think what people are really forgetting is they're trying to look at the industry and saying how can we ship people into industries that are maybe not going to be affected and thinking how can.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"Still yet to be made that's strictly for producers and more so for independent producers because making been making shit you know they're making music in they're trying to get out there but the only music that's being really pushed hard on spotify the platforms are the big artists little artists has to promote himself on instagram on social media facebook twitter everything all him or herself breath and there's no company out there really supporting the house music independent Dj are slash producer so I felt like like maybe we should try to do something and that's when Ed was like so let's build it near because it's not only that but the events that we have over big companies that were agile they give something doesn't work I mean you can talk to us yes like you're not going to be until I the main CEO you know spotify account manager spotify probably getting technical support you're lucky if they're even in your area and they understand what you've been talking about so we have that advantage right like we Kebab and we you know we could dodge things we could we could do crazy the ideas that nobody's ever done because we I mean we're trying to push boundaries were we are being creative in our own I'm nick base right but we're using our creativity to empower other artists yes so where in the sense artists of course artists are is different from there but we're GONNA tag team and try like that we're we're we're literally teaming up with producers mhm an artist that just giving an empowering them because assembling a team together and everybody has their gift and this was like let's come together and make something great is these big juggernauts men that I don't feel like they're going to go anywhere no of course you know what I mean but definitely there's an opportunity to space is definitely opportunity there to do something great and impactful and we could yeah I think could make a lot of change and that yeah and I think if we can be those people just a spark change spark conversation once we started doing different model that empowers artists and seeing now that the power of paradigm is going to shift now back to the artist yeah where it's never been before where it's always been my you know these labels the big companies and things of that nature then now we can he was targeting better music is we're giving more access exactly yeah everyone right now music is GonNa get pushed to its limits that's right 'cause now going back to disability of information and things of that nature now we're GonNa make it more accessible yeah you're not I mean it's like people are GonNa want try more yeah I mean try harder in the main so I'd have people people are probably thinking way rate end to reload and they're probably thinking oh you can only focus on one thing if you want to really build it because that's what everybody says if you have a startup the product focused on that one thing and do it right you know you can't do two things but I don't know rules to this right but psychologists and they're both creating content pushing it out on the platforms so to an audience to northern so it's kind of the same you know you're the one the builder but it's kind of the same back in you know so why not were distributing clash and why not we do not try you know I think that's that's why I said to you you know when I when I asked you I was like hey why don't we do this together no settlement as well because it just would be silly and harder on me to have two different co-founders and it just be it just made sense let's just do this together you know we're going to do one thing I got this other thing let's just make it happen together you know and it's Kinda the same mm-hmm theory was just disturbing not only that man but I like working multiple things going back to creative it's kind of like dude I like I'd like getting pigeonholed into anything that's just like one dimensional man because what happens if we're working on one thing right for reload and olives how can we use this for Santa Mind yeah vice versa yeah right it's Kinda like interdisciplinary earning it kind of helps to in like building the product that's what it is it's interdisciplinary earning it's like mixing disciplines together like what happens if we figured out something that nobody's like for instance I'm just thinking right now let's up all right so now it could be an algorithm that literally just play the right music for you for the mood that you're in yet you know what I mean I know exactly I've thought of that yes so the whole thing is is like music is therapy yeah it's a different form of you know what I mean I I love listening to music it changes it literally changes something in your vibe how many is the modern terminate with the youth divide yeah yes they literally speaks to your to a different part of your consciousness yeah different genres make you feel different things young man so that's why they're they're wondering this right one is through music instrumentation electronic instruments the other ones verbal. You're not I mean but I remember to tell you I wanna get into using therapy yet one hundred percent so it's it's literally so it just it's offering together and I thought it would be great if we just did awesome together and I'm glad and I think another thing that you're going to do is you're going to inspire a lot of kids And even older older men and women to maybe Puerto Rican Puerto Rican known for being you know computer scientists like they don't really do that thing you know I mean a lot of minorities really have given the opportunity like you know what I'm saying they were just literally what we technically equal rights one was that pass that was only like a early years ago like the first generation of my favorites have really experienced that freedom right so it's like we're finally given Oh you know technically legally some type of equality so it's kind of like which is another thing right being pioneers right and and being that beacon of light and saying other people if I did it you can also do but if you feel like you need help you can reach out to me because I did actually right so it's Kinda like everybody's is helping each other on black there's video of somebody trying to save trying to save a dog or something from a river and they nobody had rope right so all yes they did a human wrote like everybody just grabbed one one person was the anchor on land and then everybody just hold onto each other yeah and lift each other up and it's as what we need to do is needed we need each other and people you know what I mean like that's world here for a short period of time while we here at least while I'm here I would like to create I would like to do something impactful and if I can help anybody I mean that's more rewarding than anything else right you know what I mean so that's dilute goes beyond material that goes I mean that is thing is what our real purpose is here but that's another we talk about that another time but yeah I think giving back is amazing you know what I mean that's that's that's the reward it feels good man and I want I want people who you know if there's anyone listening to this I want them to feel comfortable in reaching out and if they have I'm not an expert but if they have any questions you know whatever I've been through I could I can help out and yeah it feels great man and you know I'm Puerto Rican too so I remember when I met you like a million Puerto Rico Puerto Rican that's computers computers like why I've never never met one so I thought it was really cool and now that's another thing we got an aside you know like I don't think there's any other founding team that's cool us either I don't think so I don't think there's another team cooler than US man oh man I hope there's other people out there uh-huh.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

23:04 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"They never encouraged at least from my experience from my point of view I don't know what everybody else's point of view was eh I mean and and and and not what's different in what I mean now it's completely different and I'm grateful because if I had yeah I like that guy over here yeah so yeah so like that there was that but I like I'm not saying not all of it is is necessary but the fucking if it wasn't for the artist you wouldn't exist yeah I know you're I mean it's a dude it's so we're trying to flip that yeah we're flipping that we wanted to be lower we want empower individuals right we want people to you know feel better mentally healthwise right and then we also want people to create right and just focus on that man yeah create create create an just don't worry about don't worry about you know the money's there and yeah and we were talking about how his access to opportunities and right now the artist gets better equipment get now you're going to now the fan ends are getting to get a better product right has acknowledged gonna be able to invest more or maybe that money goes now more into tours now the tours are going to be better yeah I mean the shows are going to be better now they expect expert Saadi Wins Yeah you know what I mean it's Kinda like these middlemen happier artists better music well I mean not I don't want to say that because we have to make great music if you're not happy you know that's when a lot of I'll do bruise EXAC- that's like that was that came up from that literally the title of that Genre speaks for so using how we started and you know what I really like how we didn't have to ask each other like Yo can we work on this together it just happened naturally like when you hear stories about founders it's always say like oh no we either in school when they were talking like all right let's build this or they kinda man they were chatting they said let's build this doesn't really happen the way I've been trying to do it for the past few years like looking for someone that wants to team up with me and it just happened and I said you know there's one thing I wanna do after Santa Mine is a really want to build this product for music you know and you said old and it kind of threw me off and I was like all right let's build it Ma'am and this is the kitchen in the kitchen kitchen cooking up ideas yeah and the kitchen cook enough ideas man yeah it was just organic due to it's just like I don't know if it's the right thing to do why not you know what I mean like what's is holding us back in nothing like you have the insight into the music industry you have experienced to that right meet have the technical ability and I also have a passion for music as well so it's like let's hope those that we to be we we appreciate art so why not help the artists like I want to hear more heart and just people probably whoever listening but Sata mind together during Santa Mine in Santa Mine is Santa Monica podcast Solo founder podcasts or you know what Santa Mine is reload is something that because I you know I come from music I produce music I always wanted to do something for producer producers last season so I know there's apple music tidal but there's nothing or a house music industry just for the House music industry just that niche and I know there's going to be people out there but I listen to house music on spotify or apple music or Amazon Music Yeah but I feel there's a cool it's like a different experience for people that listen to her music go to house music festivals I know spotify tapping into that market a lot more now like actually like networking but you know the two there huge now and whatever nobody you can't stop someone for trying something you know but I think there's a there's still yet to be made that's strictly.

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"The house now I'm going to call but I was messing with the contract things I had to learn the whole the whole Stereo CISA right it was a wall unit this way if you have an hour long movie let's say double the speed of movies on our you half an hour you gotta wait for one more when I was young because we then get cable until I was about eleven years old but before that and I remember just having to always knows the kids so you know my my father would has made me get up and change the channel but I always used to have to get up type in the number because it was it wasn't even have upper down had like a little keyboard yeah I had to type in the channel go to next channel and Dude I don't even remember I remember it he's right I'm thirty one all okay okay hey I'm I'm thirty five zero four years I missed that wave of TV's yet well the cost remotes came came a little bit maybe when you maybe you can around for a while I don't even yeah it was expensive it was more okay so you you grow boozy I didn't grow a boozy I don't even remember TV of me growing that's what I'm trying to tell you I remember the TV when I was like wasn't seven seven if that you're saying but I remember remember the TV when I was yet like I don't remember why you know what I remember as a kid what Chord board boxes are no I had I had so we had those like furniture TV that it was a piece of furniture with the TV built-in you remember the law yeah we have one of those living room and then I had little one had a little one in my bedroom you had your own TV your wallet yeah that's ball and ball on TV with a VCR player on our yeah is that you start watching porn and stuff no I didn't I didn't know about until how I think a no I she found that found that pretty early but no I didn't have any videotapes gotTa have anything that's crazy how would get as little kid there was no way for me dogs no family here just my father mother you said you're talking about electronics and computer engineering so computer science how did you get into how did you get in that honesty meant I was working for one company actually now I'm not lying and it was a girl your motivation is the girl I've always liked computers I've always dabbled they're saying being broke you gotta figure out how to make things happen fix things and I know how to build computers I knew how to work with them you know all that stuff but yeah when I really got into it was when I when I was a girl and then I was like dude I got got official job you know what I mean I can't just be like you know some reckless nomad savage I'm smarter than that so I started I started I was certifications okay and then just get into like the it world like networking and things of that nature network security Mhm they didn't they didn't really offer that so that stuff is still like you know what I'm saying people really weren't that interested into and that was to be honest men when I got out of high school I was really more into like design was very into like I was one of four people that were accepted into this war in class and it was just all about learning adobe programs you know what I'm saying so it's funny you say that because complete opposite because now you're like I don't WanNa work undesired I wanNA make sure works and you like back end telling me I I like functionality jake if I have a vision it's going to irk me until I get it very right yeah with code I might say this code might be a little bit I don't WanNa say easier but it's a little bit more structured yeah when it comes to being created to.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"The house now I'm going to call but I was messing with the contract things I had to learn the whole the whole Stereo CISA right it was a wall unit Expensive Yeah Lemme mess this up yeah so I was the one that had to go through the instructions because you don't want my my mom is definitely not messing with that she it it was the broke into box it was nine I was the Freedom Act box was freedom freedom freedom hacked the box I remember just having to always knows the kids so you know my my father would has made me get up and change the channel but I always used to have to get up type in the number because it was it wasn't even have upper down had like a little keyboard yeah I had to type in the channel go to next channel and Dude I don't even remember I remember it he's right I'm thirty one all okay okay hey I'm I'm thirty five zero four years I missed that wave of TV's yet well the cost remotes came came a little bit maybe when you maybe you can around for a while I don't even yeah it was expensive it was more okay so you you grow boozy I didn't grow a boozy I don't even remember TV of me growing that's what I'm trying to tell you I remember the TV when I was like wasn't seven seven if that you're saying but I remember remember the TV when I was yet like I don't remember why you know what I remember as a kid what Chord board boxes are no I had I had so we had those like furniture TV that it was a piece of furniture with the TV built-in you remember the law yeah we have one of those living room and then I had little one had a little one in my bedroom you had your own TV your wallet yeah that's ball and ball on TV with a VCR player on our yeah is that you start watching porn and stuff no I didn't I didn't know about until how I think a no I she found that found that pretty early but no I didn't have any videotapes gotta have anything that's crazy how would get as little kid there was no way for me dogs no family here just my father mother you said you're talking about electronics and computer engineering so computer science how did you get into how did you get in that honesty meant I was working for one company actually now I'm not lying and it was a girl your motivation is the girl I've always liked computers I've always dabbled they're saying being broke you gotta figure out how to make things happen fix things and I know how to build computers I knew how to work with them you know all that stuff but yeah when I really got into it was when I when I was girl and then I was like dude I got got official job. You know what I mean I can't just be like you know some reckless nomad savage I'm smarter than that so I started I started I was certifications and then just get into the it world like networking and things of that nature Network Security mhm they didn't they didn't really offer that so that stuff is still like you know what I'm saying people really weren't that interested into and that was to be honest men when I got out of high school I was really more into like design was very into like I was one of four people that were accepted into this war in class and it was just all about learning adobe programs you know what I'm saying so it's funny you say that because not only cut you off but now is complete opposite because now you're like I don't WanNa work undesired I wanNA make sure works and you like back end telling me I like I like functionality Jake if I have a vision it's going to irk me until I get it very right Ed with code I might say this code might be a little bit I don't WanNa say easier.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"About it and that integral not yeah no definitely not I mean no no I'm not not Buddhist okay I'm the joys Ian Okay you know what I mean Okay Yeah we've got the pork rolls that they could hear that we'll we'll we'll do New York is US that they never gone out at all no I don't WanNa go it'd be like it'd be like probably going somewhere in the south yeah yeah yeah yeah well you have that everywhere do you think every state has won I mean I wouldn't expect a New York New York's yeah if you can hear hot ninety seven la mega and still people exist there's a problem here that everywhere now within the -cational podcasts now we're talking about air we're talking about still am fm be you know what I mean like the the the I'm not gonNA say dial yeah Okay and this will surfing you know what I mean they still they stand out by the radio every night at six PM saying for the latest dialogue did you ever have to put this just reminding did you ever have to put when you were young and you had the TV remember like the regular tennis the we'd like the two dials did you ever put. AM on one of the metal things that fell off. Did you ever put a hanger on there and you have to put the hanger but Abdun if there's no hang because those are exclusive those hangings if you got money for draconian and if you any of the drag Lena gave you the hangers correct Pam's hang back in the day things we're limited edition because back in the day all right we will leave we will leave the paper on it that said we love new everybody Yeah I love dry cleaning one hundred percent not yeah you have to but if you don't have that what I've done this aluminum foil oil I've seen done all so what you do so basically what you do go right so the reason why you're doing is basically you you as hi old as a youth you figure this thing is made out of metal for Areso yeah right so that's why you like let me get something metal and replace it right so then what you could do though engineering youth engineer a computer engineer curiosity this is broken fucking okay engineering so survival things like you'll matter was shiny and my house aluminum foil so boom you get the aluminum for you got a toothpick because now you're like I need a stick of some sort so use the stat stick as a staff staff in bloom all of a sudden you just made a conductive thing I never I never did that all on another level I never did it I just did the the hangar one time I had two hangars train them out I had them just like hangers sticking like the hook and everything you didn't even by the training I just put him in the way they are I just put them in the you know how easy it is to like unscrew like the well I don't WanNa do it for me it was a it was looking back looking back it was like a design thing 'cause I don't WanNa straight up I wanted a different type of antenna now headed nicely the design not I'm thinking they look like maybe like some sad dog puppy ears they look nice like two years yeah yeah but floppy but it was cool though loppy nobody was doing that my friends houses nobody was doing that because they were buying a new one exactly yeah it's crazy how now you get those things at the dollar store I know back into the you need to go to radio it was check minimum thirty Oh my God remember fuck that now you have the digital converter box now you can get ten eighty p Channel Two for all of them all of them aged equality missing the news so you see that's so you were has not little engineer before you to even thought about going to school for you WanNa go to be a computer engineer that's crazy computer science computer science computer science decide Oh yea not not a not a boot camp four years of university to get a degree computer science one hundred percent computer scientists yeah but I I can't yeah but that's not just me it all started when my dad though I don't know because my dad because all right so I'm Puerto Rican so I don't know if it's known throughout the interwebs that international but we like hug and sound systems so Oh I you know I know that we liked loud music we can't just play regular like we have a five hundred dollar car but we'll put two thousand is with the speakers and a radio and they're gonNA back to make sure everybody knows the mix were playing in our web you like it you may not love it but is what we're going to listen to it because we spend a lot of money on this boy yeah so basically a party so boom so my dad it comes from Puerto Rico the land of opportunity starts working and then he has money so he's like okay let me get my speaker is on you know what I mean so he would speak as he will get sound equipment he would get so back in the day you had you had to get the whole sound system you had to get the the amplifier this guy and if you had a CD player with the dual take that was on the boom amplifier would go like sometimes in the passenger side on the side of non talking about from the home all yes it was yeah took up the whole wall it was like you had to buy a house big enough or an apartment big enough dedicated a whole of this house five feet with the with the speakers that are five feet tall skinny so it's ironic though because those systems were actually better than what we have now but I don't want to really get into that too amazing sound systems amazing and there were crude but it's like their way better like it was bigger because of amplification and obviously electron components have gotten smaller Dong but yeah he would buy this equipment but him being from Puerto Rico and being here on for a couple of years I'm a little kid he would just open the box and throw me the manual okay so I'm over here like I got this thing it looks like something from outer space is Dino Miss and it looks like expensive yeah Lemme mess this up yeah so I was the one that had to go through the instructions because you don't want my my mom is definitely not messing with that she molly asking why is this shit in this house yeah so that was basically a VCR's remember VCR VCR's deeply remember do you remember the little the little VCR reminders it was all yeah yeah one hundred because if you're going to blockbuster take charge you like please Rwanda Tate returned charge you a fee like five bucks or something so they were winder paid for eh to avoid avoid the penalties yeah man you need it to Rwanda how you how it would it would be a wild for something to rewind needless to say you know fifteen minutes whatever you know what I mean so it's like a great and then hold up it was revolutionary when you had the VCR that once you're the end it automatically rewind Oh yeah dude that was the also you didn't even have to get up you didn't have to hit inject I know and put it in the other thing you just got the one unit thousand luxury remember now that that also reminds me of remember normal controls for the TV where you to actually get up and change the channel you remember that I mean I think I was lucky so you add remotes cable like we have the cave like the legit cable the cable it it was the broke into box it was nine I was the Freedom Act box was freedom freedom freedom hacked the box you act box you know what I'm saying so that's basically was it was like one gay and so you don't have to worry about none of that stuff but remember the guy that remember the Knob you don't WanNa mess that that was the only way to do it yeah I remember.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"So what's up Yup it's been about six months but I'm back and I'm back with a special guest you're hearing this episodes about an hour eighteen minutes noisy out here because I'm in the city walking kind of Santa Monica Solo founded podcasts and yeah we just had a conversation recorded it for unedited natural like everything else I do on this podcast so I'm really excited about this episode man longtime common listened to that episode let me know what you think is starts really funny and then gets a little serious maybe a little boring at times depending on what you like what you don't but yeah cool turning point and onto chapter two I hope you enjoyed the show pace per fucking yeah good enabled sin yeah yeah so I think that's a good intro to the Shaw Abelson said Yeah who'd you start recording already I started recording we're we're live live ninety nine live action so I mind nice food we have anti today what is beautiful breeze beautiful the baby baby grasshoppers what else there grasshoppers they could be some cockroaches that are upgraded hopefully takes green green cocker on ah yeah ankles have to check your jerseys crazy with the ticks mine disease control I know diseases L. Joke Man there's no cure for that dogs well there's no cure but it can be cured I have a friend who's a naturopathic doctor and she's held that people with lyme disease it'd be cured with time a long time yeah long everybody's times when she's had it for like ten years and she's I think about like seventy seven five percent yeah but that's one of his crazy ticks figured that out but we got we got schiffer AIDS and you know there's one one take that jumps ooh I could jump from where I'm at to you that what's up come on Bro we'll be like brothers I mean back in the day they had what is it like when you were like blood brothers take other kind of like blood brothers will be a tick mosquito bites you let's go bites me and we're kind of blood brothers I'm sure yeah yeah it's just safer yeah which is not joe it you know how crazy it is uh-huh if somebody had HIV and they get stung by a mosquito say you're on a beach the mosquitos mosquito okay jumps off that person to call a high five and then they come over me and they stink me I don't get it you don't get it got it how come how do you know you don't get it though Google's that's why Dr but there was somebody did the research somewhere somebody had it available on Google I don't WanNa mosquito a bit you you could get guys right away died like a little later he also being mosquitoes so be that's why they don't WanNa problems all we technically doesn't WanNa problems that if you fuck with it they fuck with you defending themselves yeah but kamikaze fucking themselves they're like all right brought me that like the Japanese so fly away they like the Japanese Pearl Harbor Bro You GonNa Fuck and take me down we'll go down I you know what I mean you know what I mean okay kamikaze kamikazes the animal kingdom that's crazy yo so I don't know why this maybe bat now so you have had remember what Louis let's talk about this senior though right now because we're on top of a mountain over seeing Manhattan and Partner Jersey is definitely more Jersey number thing well you can't see because of the trees but I've been here before when they weren't leaves yeah but they'll fuck that that's not even highlight Manhattan Fuck Manhattan Lakers Jersey Brown's New Yorker so I have to Jersey which I know New York is New York is used like New York state yeah yeah yeah yeah everybody thinks the little the Little Peninsula Ryland I think that's New York's NYC burlap thing is John West has to I like I like upstate upstate is nine yeah yeah definitely run into some shit there some people.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"So what's up Yup it's been about six months but I'm back and I'm back with a special guest you're hearing this episodes about an hour eighteen minutes nausea out here because I'm in the city walking kind of Santa Monica Solo founded podcasts and yeah we just had a conversation recorded it for unedited natural like everything else I do on this podcast so I'm really excited about this episode man longtime common listened to that episode let me know what you think is starts really funny and then gets a little serious maybe a little boring at times depending on what you like what you don't but yeah cool turning point and onto chapter two I hope you enjoyed the show pace per ten you fucking yeah good enabled sin yeah yeah so I think that's a good trip to Asia Abelson said yeah who'd you start recording already I started recording we're we're live live ninety nine live action so I mind nice food we have anti today what is beautiful breeze beautiful the baby baby grasshoppers what else holding their grasshoppers they could be some cockroaches that are upgraded hopefully takes green green cocker on Ah yeah ankles all you have to check your jerseys crazy with the ticks mine disease control I know disease L. Joke man there's no cure for that dogs well there's no cure but it can be cured I have a friend who's a naturopathic doctor and she's held that people with lyme disease it'd be cured with time a long time yeah long everybody's times were she's had it for like ten years and she's I think about like seventy seven five percent yeah but that's one of his crazy ticks figured that out but we got we got schiffer AIDS and you know there's one one take that jumps ooh I could jump from where I'm at to you that what's up come on Bro we'll be like brothers I mean back in the day they had what is it like when you were like blood brothers take brother Kinda like blood brothers will be a tick mosquito bites you let's go bites me and we're kind of blood brothers I'm sure yeah yeah it's just safer yeah which is not joe it you know how crazy it is uh-huh if somebody had HIV and they get stung by a mosquito say you're on a beach the Mosquitos Mosquito okay jumps off that person to call a high five and then they come over me and they stink me I don't get it you don't get it got it how come how do you know you don't get it though Google's that's why Dr but there was somebody did the research somewhere somebody had it available on Google I don't WanNa mosquito a bit you you could get guys right away died like a little later he also being mosquitoes so be that's why they don't WanNa problems all we technically doesn't WanNa problems that if you fuck with it they fuck with you defending themselves yeah but kamikaze fucking themselves they're like all right brought me that like the Japanese so fly away they like the Japanese Pearl Harbor Bro you GonNa Fuck and take me down we'll go down I you know what I mean you know what I mean okay kamikaze kamikazes the animal kingdom that's crazy yo so I don't know why this maybe Bat now so you have had remember what Louis let's talk about this senior though right now because we're on top of a mountain over seeing Manhattan and Partner Jersey is definitely more Jersey noticing well you can't see because of the trees but I've been here before when they weren't leaves yeah but they'll fuck that that's not even highlight Manhattan Fuck Manhattan Lakers Jersey Brown's New Yorker so I have to Jersey which I know New York is New York is used like New York state yeah yeah yeah yeah everybody thinks the little the Little Peninsula Ryland I think that's New York's NYC burlap thing is John West has to I like I like upstate upstate is nine yeah yeah definitely run into some shit there some people.

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"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

14:58 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"I'm back everybody was up it's been a while since I put another podcasts out there I want to do things consistently but a here comes the excuses just had a lot going on in just everyday life and yeah I guess I over think it and I put it he still winging it but have a couple of things on this podcast that I wanna talk about but I if you haven't download the APP please go down the APP it's available for IOS is cold Santa Mine S. A. N. O. M. I N. D. Santo Mine and just give me your thoughts ideas feedback it's still pretty still pretty barebones simple MVP but the whole point of it to to get the content out there and to see people listen and people are people are listening check those numbers every day and I think we're about to go into being able to build more features and products so yeah that's coming soon but we'll see we'll see what happens but yeah I still been working on it I hate I hate to admit it but as far as the product yeah guess we are Zombie mode which is is the worst multibillion having build any features and just been out there with the same with the same product and just been focusing on getting content out there for now which which is the most important part but there needs to be an experience on the APP there needs to be a couple more features than like to add for now an you know if we want to be a technology quotes startup or at least product than We need to work on that but yeah so besides being Zombie mode where I think into health is going I I mean I don't WanNa say where it's going but because there's a lot of things going on in mental health out a lot more people are talking about it from a hot topic but there's there's still there's still a stigma I wouldn't say stigma is the number one reason that people don't seek help and it isn't the number one reason the number one reason people don't seek help AK therapy because of the cost and that's that's sad I don't think unless the government or insurance companies pay therapists and psychologists their full rates I don't think it's ever going to be cheaper and when I say when I say cheaper I'm talking about face to face one on one therapy in an office setting that's not going to be cheaper you know reality is the therapists and psychologists they go to school for a long time it's not easy and they need to be paid for their time so I'm glad that there are a lot of other ways that people can work on their mental health but when I say where I think mental health is going I think because we have a lot of APPS and you know meditation and there's all these other ways of self care and taking care of your mental health I I I think preventative is debased because get to prevent the onset of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety because nobody has ever taught us to you know Armenta health work on on mental health or do any sort of preventative care for mental health when we were kids growing up and I think they're starting to do that a now but it's taken a lot of initiative from individuals like teachers they're Biz everyday people and like me that talk about it put out podcasts work on products for it but I think Oh people with serious mental health illness they need you know to see a therapist to see a clinical psychologist psychiatrist but as far as just everyday general anxiety and depression and people that they might think they're depressed but there not really depressed there's just you know in a bad place in their life or you know a lot of things been going wrong and throughout the roller coaster of life emotions I think there are still ways for those people to management to health You know using a lot of the self care tips that are out there are or doing whatever you like to do whatever they enjoy doing whatever it takes their mind off things but another thing is is asking yourself the hard questions and answering them honestly listening to your body and you know focusing on what's on your body's telling you and and then just push through and talk to people right Journal every morning Do something like an audio an audio journal where you talk into voice memos and you just just let your let let words right and just get everything out sometimes it's not enough to to write it down or sometimes people don't like to write so talk it out just put it hit record and just let go or if you're in the shower talk to yourself and when I say talk I mean verbally not in in your head because there's a there's a big difference they're just talk it out when there's some there's something powerful about just letting it go from your you're from your head and listening to yourself talk and just putting it out there I know I'm going off in Tangents but you know I just wanted to see talk about you know mental health and this helps solo founders too because this is what gave me the idea when when I'm out running obviously I don't talk out loud because people just think I'm crazy but I talked to myself inside my head all the time when I'm running and I I've been running semi consistently for it'll be two years in June and I see highness I've kind of seen that I kind of on my own on my own therapists because I'm talking to myself and I'm asking questions uh-huh giving myself ideas I'm giving myself advice and I'm trying to figure out issues and problems and come up with solutions for myself and you know anything going on in my life which includes building sat on mine and you know trying to build this product to help others so although well I'm not speaking it out this kind of like a mental inner chatter that's been helping me and it's kind of weird I mean it also helps to that you know I read about psychology and I talked to therapist so a lot of the things I've learned I'm just repeating in my head and just figuring things out on my own and I I kind of enjoy that challenge and I don't know it's part of growing but as a solo founder especially if you're alone most of the time I think that's great I mean you know try it go run see what happens if you don't like it you can do other things just the key here is do whatever works for you whatever makes you happy and whatever you think is helping if you see results but yeah moving board with Santa Wine I was worried about you know building the right things for people and just just worry about what people are thinking and I just went back to the basics is listen it's it's about helping people with content you know I'll listen to feedback if it makes sense you know we'll put it into the product if it doesn't we're going to keep going the way that we wanted to go mission follow the mission and follow intuition and you know back to basics to why started this because I started for one reason and that's the only reason if people don't don't want to join or don't like the APP or it can be this or that you know there are other apps you can get onto do those specific things and there are other ways you can do whatever you do it is you wanna do but yeah after going back to the mission it just makes it so much easier and way less stressful on myself suggest focused on why why why why why why why we're doing this and I've just come to revelation you know when I first started I heard everyone saying you know focus these are focused tunnel vision on that Y and block out the chatter follow the data and just go with what the data saying if you have to if something's not going wrong if something's not going right the data's going to tell you fix it it rate and fix it and see what starts right but if everything's going right and it's going right based upon your y than just a stand that seeing that lane I can't stress enough we listened to many people there's so much information out there you know there are a lot of their VC's their aims Dell's there are other founders their soup assessment what works you you're welcome to to read it all you do learn about things but it's just simple men it's really simple focus on the why follow the data and if it's working continue that way that's it doing anything else you just going to you just go nuts nuts in your head and another thing is that there's another point I wanted to make about but you know the truth is a lot of people don't know what they want or especially what's going to work if they do what you feel is right and do what you want and again follow the data but give people something news you know different activities and they think that feature would would be perfect on your APP because then they would love to use it I think it's cooler and it's a a better explain if you give something if you give people something different and that excites them that wiles them and that's the hard part but it's fun that's all that stuff out so yep this was a little bit about Samba Mode Mental Health and where I think you know Santa Mine should go or where it's at now and you know you should do when you're building a product I'm not an expert this is just little things that I've thought about it and things I've learned along the way and hopefully it helps somebody or are hopefully you hear this and you know what I'm doing is cool and you WanNa meet and you WANNA help out join the team that would be great right now it's just me and might be one of the person pretty soon we'll see but some you're more strategic but it's been digital content digital it just takes up a lot of time and I love doing but it's hard to do all by myself and so I'm looking for somebody that's that's interested in digital marketing when I say to the market I mean across instagram facebook twitter Lincoln and somebody that loves creating content love creating good headlines or good copy nothing of that Corny Witty Shit that's a lot of people do now on just I don't like it to be honest but cool but the copy I like copy to be more creative than witty something that makes people think I think you have to be into you know more than anything mental health wellness mental wellness wellness and strengthening your mind you gotta be.

S. A. N. O. M. I N. D. Santo M MVP two years
"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"founder" Discussed on The Solo Founder - Building A Mental Health Tech Startup

"I'm back everybody was up it's been a while since I put another podcasts out there I want to do things consistently but a here comes the excuses just had a lot going on in just everyday life and yeah I guess I over think it and I put it he still winging it but have a couple of things on this podcast that I wanNA talk about but I if you haven't download the APP please go down the APP it's available for IOS is cold Santa Mine S. A. N. O. M. I n. d. Santo Mine and just give me your thoughts ideas feedback it's still pretty still pretty barebones simple MVP but the whole point of it to to get the content out there and to see people listen and people are people are listening check those numbers every day and I think we're about to go into being able to build more features and products so yeah that's coming soon but we'll see we'll see what happens but yeah I still been working on it I hate I hate to admit it but as far as the product yeah guess we are Zombie mode which is is the worst multibillion having build any features and just been out there with the same with the same product and just been focusing on getting content out there for now which which is the most important part but there needs to be an experience on the APP there needs to be a couple more features than like to add for now an you know if we want to be a technology quotes startup or at least product than We need to work on that but yeah so besides being Zombie mode where I think into health is going I I mean I don't WanNa say where it's going but because there's a lot of things going on in mental health out a lot more people are talking about it from a hot topic but there's there's still there's still a stigma I wouldn't say stigma is the number one reason that people don't seek help and it isn't the number one reason the number one reason people don't seek help AK therapy because of the cost and that's that's sad I don't think unless the government or insurance companies pay therapists and psychologists their full rates I don't think it's ever going to be cheaper and when I say when I say cheaper I'm talking about face to face one on one therapy in an office setting that's not going to be cheaper you know reality is the therapists and psychologists they go to school for a long time it's not easy and they need to be paid for their time so I'm glad that there are a lot of other ways that people can work on their mental health but when I say where I think mental health is going I think because we have a lot of APPS and you know meditation and there's all these other ways of self care and taking care of your mental health I I I think preventative is debased because get to prevent the onset of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety because nobody has ever taught us to you know Armenta health work on on mental health or do any sort of preventative care for mental health when we were kids growing up and I think they're starting to do that a now but it's taken a lot of initiative from individuals like teachers they're Biz everyday people and like me that talk about it put out podcasts work on products for it but I think Oh people with serious mental health illness they need you know to see a therapist to see a clinical psychologist psychiatrist but as far as just everyday general anxiety and depression and people that they might think they're depressed but there not really depressed there's just you know in a bad place in their life or you know a lot of things been going wrong and throughout the roller coaster of life emotions I think there are still ways for those people to management to health you know using a lot of the self care tips that are out there are or doing whatever you like to do whatever they enjoy doing whatever it takes their mind off things but another thing is is asking yourself the hard questions and answering them honestly listening to your body and you know focusing on what's on your body's telling you and and then just push through and talk to people right Journal every morning Do something like an audio an audio journal where you talk into voice memos and you just just let your let let words right and just get everything out sometimes it's not enough to to write it down or sometimes people don't like to write so talk it out just put it hit record and just let go or if you're in the shower talk to yourself and when I say talk I mean verbally not in in your head because there's a there's a big difference they're just talk it out when there's some there's something powerful about just letting it go from your you're from your head and listening to yourself talk and just putting it out there I know I'm going off in tangents but you know I just wanted to see talk about you know mental health and this helps solo founders too because this is what gave me the idea when when I'm out running obviously I don't talk out loud because people just think I'm crazy but I talked to myself inside my head all the time when I'm running and I I've been running semi consistently for it'll be two years in June and I see highness I've kind of seen that I kind of on my own on my own therapists because I'm talking to myself and I'm asking questions uh-huh giving myself ideas I'm giving myself advice and I'm trying to figure out issues and problems and come up with solutions for myself and you know anything going on in my life which includes building sat on mine and you know trying to build this product to help others so although well I'm not speaking it out this kind of like a mental inner chatter that's been helping me and it's kind of weird I mean it also helps to that you know I read about psychology and I talked to therapist so a lot of the things I've learned I'm just repeating in my head and just figuring things out on my own and I I kind of enjoy that challenge and I don't know it's part of growing but as a solo founder especially if you're alone most of the time I think that's great I mean you know try it go run see what happens if you don't like it you can do other things just the key here is do whatever works for you whatever makes you happy and whatever you think is helping if you see results but yeah moving word with Santa Wine I was worried about you know building the right things for people and just just worry about what people are thinking and I just went back to the basics is listen it's it's about helping people with content you know I'll listen to feedback if it makes sense you know we'll put it into the product if it doesn't we're going to keep going the way that we wanted to go mission follow the mission and follow intuition and you know back to basics to why started this because I started for one reason and that's the only reason if people don't don't want to join or don't like the APP or it can be this or that you know there are other apps you can get onto do those specific things and there are other ways you can do whatever you do it is you WanNa do but yeah after going back to the mission it just makes it so much easier and way less stressful on myself suggest focused on why why why why why why why we're doing this and I've just come to revelation you know when I first started I heard everyone saying you know focus these are focused tunnel vision on that Y and block out the chatter follow the data and just go with what the data saying if you have to if something's not going wrong if something's not going right the data's going to tell you fix it it rate and fix it and see what starts right but if everything's going right and it's going right based upon your y than just a stand that seeing that lane I can't stress enough we listened to many people there's so much information out there you know there are a lot of their VC's their aims Dell's there are other founders their soup assessment founders they're found is who are early their founders who are like into thick of it now and everybody has the different what was I gonNA say everywhere everybody has different feedback or advice everybody has different advice what works you you're welcome to to read it all you do learn about things but it's just simple men it's really simple focus on the why follow the data and if it's working continue that way that's it doing anything else you just going to you know just just focusing on what you WANNA do everybody has ideas of what they wanted an APP or what you what you should put in an APP but you know the truth is a lot of people don't know what they want or especially what's going to work if they do what you feel is right and do what you want and again follow the data but give people something news if you give something if you give people something different and that excites them that wiles them and that's the hard part but it's fun that's all that stuff out so yep this was a little bit about Samba mode mental health and where I think you know Santa Mine should go or where it's at now and you know are hopefully you hear this and you know what I'm doing is cool and you WanNa meet and you WANNA help out join the team that would be great right now it's just I love doing but it's hard to do all by myself and so I'm looking for somebody that's that's interested in digital marketing when I say to the market loves creating content love creating good headlines or good copy nothing.

Santo Mine S. A. N. O. M. MVP two years