25 Burst results for "hollick"

Timeless Secrets of Success With Mitzi Perdue

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Timeless Secrets of Success With Mitzi Perdue

"Mitzi say what's up to fire nation and what is something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pretty much my life. I've heard people saying you know you really balancing your life. Don't be working hollick. While i couldn't disagree more i i love both in my late husband. Who was frank. Purdue founder of a company that employed twenty thousand people at the time of his death okay. He was somebody who i wouldn't describe as having a balanced life and my life father. I think he was a workaholic. As well and i kind of think that workaholic is what gets you to to the crate rewards and satisfaction in life. It's kinda hard to change the world or even have a massive impact on the world fire nation if you're not willing to put in the work and hate when we say the word work. What if you're doing something you love every day. How else do you really want to be spending your time and listen to a fantastic interview about walt disney right now and hearing his inspiration how he lived his life till the very end doing what he loved. I mean it's inspiring and we're talking today with mitzi about timeless secrets of success. And i wanna talk about success secrets with you mitzi. Because you're gonna share with us. Some of the success secrets that built the sheraton hotel chain. Break that down for us all right. My my late father was the founder of the well he was co founder along with my of the sheraton hotel chain us also president and speaking of of work life balance. Actually i do think he got kind of right but he was. He was as much workaholic. Is as you can imagine because as you pointed out it's possible not work in your life. If you just love what you're doing and i think that he really loved what he was doing

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Hormone Help And Weight Loss Wins With Dr. Mariza Snyder

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Hormone Help And Weight Loss Wins With Dr. Mariza Snyder

"I'm here with the amazing dr marissa. She is a functional practitioner. A women's health expert and the author of seven books the number one national bestselling book the essential oils hormones solution the smart mom's guide to essential oils and the dash diet. Cookbook dr says upcoming book the essential oils. Menopause solution focuses on women in peri menopause and menopause. She's been featured on. Dr oz oprah magazine foxnewshealth mind body green and more. Dr maria also hosts the top rated. Essentially you podcast designed to empower women to become the ceo of their health. Which by the memories. That since i've read that line become the ceo of your health. Ivan stealing that i've been using everywhere because it's brilliant and i love it and it's just what we are all about here on the show so thanks for being here with us today and thanks for all the amazing work you do. You have such a girl crush on you. You're just amazing. Thank you and i mean. I think every woman i've ever met is the ceo of so many roles is just like it's the thing we get to reclaim to our health. 'cause we run the show everywhere exactly exactly. We juggle ally and yet sometimes. The last thing that we choose to put on our plates is our own health when really it should be the first thing because it allows us to keep juggling right. Do the other things. Absolutely exactly so marissa. Tell me about your defining moment that led you to your passion and women's health Women's hormone health specifically by. I think we just just just talking about that. Like how we put our health on the back burner and then to do all the other things and take care of all the people and that's pretty much what happened you know. I spent a big chunk of my life being a stressful hollick and it had a lot to do with with worthiness or lack thereof. I always thought that my worthiness as a woman was tied to my productivity and that came from a lot of trauma. When i was a child. And so i blew past my twenties. Like a freight train

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We Are More Than What People See

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:17 min | 1 year ago

We Are More Than What People See

"Good morning, good afternoon. Good evening. Whatever time it made the when you pick this up, you have reached native opinion. We are an indigenous information and education radio, show and podcast. Every week we talk about current affairs related to and from our own native American perspectives. My name is Michael kicking bear the guy on the other end of this force. He is Mr. David Grio. Ruin Good Morning. This is pregnant pause. House like something didn't work. A. Good. Good, it's like whenever we. Like on on on the board up and right, so if I hear a pause or delay, it's you instantly into this panic mode like what's not working. Anybody works in audio out there. You know what I'm talking about, but yeah. So. So I've been announcement to make. All right. I had to quit the show. You have to quit. The show I have to quit the show. Okay I, WANNA. Just blew my joke. Forget it. They've like okay. Either you knew I was full of route. Or I just don't matter to the show. No. I knew there was a punchline come and I'm. GonNa wait I'M GONNA I'M GONNA bite. Yam leaving. Your. The rest of that was supposed to be I'm I'm going to pursue. My lifelong dream of becoming a game show. Host announcer. I WanNa be that guy that sits in a booth that goes. You've just went a brand new car. It's a nineteen seventy-two. CELICA TOYOTA CELICA. And the crowd goes wild. Wait what. I guess not. Not Not, a good career path. Game shows seem to be. I'll be honest with you I I. It's escapism for me I kind of. rediscovered. What is it called the? The game show network. And the reason why I never really watched, it was because I assumed it was all these old television game. Show reruns which they do that, too. I guess they. The cited that a better business model with great new shows. Put on there. But yeah, it's interesting how you channel Surf during a time of pandemic right. It's just kind of one of those things, but but anyway it's it's a nice break from. What is the news? You know so all I know. It's just. Stop. Non So. I'm kind of thankful that I'm not. I wouldn't say TV Hollick but. A TV. Consumer Yeah No I. I get it yeah. Probably a good idea. Mona, sender! One. Today's media environment makes your brain work and what I mean by. That is because now that we have the Internet as a backup so to speak to what was. Constantly Spoon Fed to us now we have to challenge your minds and and honestly. play devil's advocate constantly right. Whose agenda is what? What are they trying to pitcher and sell or whatever right on mainstream news? So you try to find filter your way through. More agenda driven stuff online. In somehow come to. You know a reasonable conclusion so so a lot of work. A lot of work,

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"hollick" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

Probably True Podcast

14:54 min | 1 year ago

"hollick" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

"This is the Promo for the strike. Explains a podcast. Where I Chris the non-scientists Strana me questions and I'll Frito as the Astra Hollick trauma best to answer them. So Dr. what are black holes as Pluto not a planet. What's up with the son's polls? Why does Jupiter want US dead is beetlejuice Supernova? How is the universe going to end? Can we hit? You're right on an asteroid is that this is a thirty second promo you can find the astor. Alex planes on all your favorite APPs or follow at the Astor Hollick on social media. I thank you to new Patriot. Supporters Andrew Phelan who you wouldn't call the life and soul of the party because no one is kind of Prussia. His presence at a party never fails to improve the evening of the people around him and the enigmatic Adam with no surname. Who is the kind of person you couldn't help? But get into if you stood next to them at the bar you can join their ranks and get a complement of your very own by supporting the show on Patriot. Patron DOT COM and search. Probably true the last few episodes have been a bit heavy so I thought it was time to go for something just thoroughly joyous and fun so with that in mind. Here's a chat. I had on the importance of kindness with the delight. That tis my friend. Michael probably just call me a low level Media Hall. Oko now absolutely not I present to you an audience with His grace the Grand Duchess of Brixton..

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"hollick" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"hollick" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"A way out with lots of therapy and lots of practice with partners and friends who will help you navigate that I love those aunts. They great I don't have a cool job. Yes absolutely yes. What they described is so common with adult children vodka. Hollick's you become many adults so by the time I was seven or eight years old. I had really kind of reversed roles with my mother. I was cleaning the house. I was cleaning up her masses. Figuratively and literally. And it's just as those colors described. You feel such an extraordinary sense of responsibility. It's your job to hold things together. You have to step up. It's a very strong feeling. And because you're such a small child that's your brain is still forming new. Our programming yourself for a lifelong role as everyone's caregiver. And it's so difficult to overcome that thinking because it becomes who you are and it's co-dependency and it's a powerful thing all right we're gonNA take a quick break at the top of the show. I mentioned how great fly in for the show sponsors that we have in how I kind of have a unique way of finding sponsors and that is I find something that I love and then I reach out to that company and say hey I love what you do. I'm a fan of your products and talk about him on the show. So why not you know join forces and have you sponsor the podcast. I will never recommend something that I don't love. That's why I went to third. Love the broad company when I was looking for a new sponsor and the reason why I went to third love is because first of all when I discovered them on. Like how brilliant is this if they offer more than eighty different sizes and half-cup sizes? Like why did that take so long to figure out? And it's really easy to buy a BRA online. All you have to do is take this super simple quiz. It takes less than a minute. I think over fifteen million women to date have taken this quiz. It's a fit finder quiz and in lesson minute. Actually by answering these questions helps you figure out what brought is going to fit you. And it's not just about your size or even your rib-cage measurements. It's also about the shape of your breast and your build and third love actually helps you find the right. Bra to fit your breast size. Your shape something. That's comfortable you're not like constantly yanking it around and excited to take off. So here's their perfect fit promise. Every customer has sixty days to wear their bras. You can wash it. You can put it to the test. You can see if it's comfortable for you. If you don't freaking love it you can return it. And then they're loved they wash the bras and they donate them to women in knee which also super cool they have donated over fifteen million dollars in bras. That's fantastic now. Third Love knows that there is a perfect bra for you for everyone. So right now. They're offering selene show listeners. Fifteen percent off your first order if you've already ordered from third love maybe this is your reminder to go back and show them.

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"hollick" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

SOBRadio Show

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on SOBRadio Show

"And sometimes they don't wanna come back, but it's, you know, one to one coaching coaching group coaching in some programs in, I feel it some vital that women feel they are in a loving safe environment end. I do my very utmost hold that space for the women. I work with and clients say, when they, they feel like they're embraced in a big warm energy hug, while they're getting gentle kick in the Bence. So. So how long does the woman usually work with you, wherever, you know it depends? I've, I've been really blessed in have had women for many, many years, you know, fifteen years fourteen fifteen years in just because so many things keep coming up over the time. And I'm not saying they work with me every day or all the time. But in all they kind of come back when, when they feel they need to work through an issue, I kind of feel we're sort of, like onion, sometimes, you know, you'll get through one layer, then there's that really thin layer that doesn't want to, you know, come off so easily then there's a thicker layer so it varies. So why, why did you decide that you wanted to work with the more mature woman? Well, you know, women over fifty have have put themselves on hold in. I think the majority of cases you know, we wear so many hats in, we've got so much responsibility in and lots of times, I think people are lost and. You know, they've lost sight of who they once dreamed of becoming in, you know, the kind of sort of an armor. I'd I don't know if you can relate to that. But I kind of for myself, I just put up this armor that nobody was getting through. I have to be superwoman, and I have to be strong than, you know, we're all the mothers, daughters career professionals caregivers friends. You know, when the list goes on, of the, the hats in the costumes, we have to wear. So I say the majority of us have neglected ourselves to the point of emotional exhaustion in, we find ourselves without sometimes the lot of people without an impartial, non judgmental person that's willing to listen to help us figure out those step some encouraging us to actually put one foot in front of the other for ourselves for a change anything. Mary, interesting that you say all of that, because I don't disagree with any of it, yet I have found. So many other women who are not as strong as you're implying. In other words, are getting to that point. And they look and they say, oh, my gosh. Now what you know, because I turned fifty I know that I could be terminated I could be losing my job. Where else can I go no one else going to hire me because I'll be too old, my kids have left? Nobody needs me anymore. They may or may not be married. And if they were married how happy is there? I mean, there's so many things that go on, at that point. And I just I think it's curious that, you know, there, there's such a dichotomy in the kinds of individuals who are reaching that point, and the issues that they have do you find one common issue. That's mostly there than any other. Oh, well, I you know, we're also individual and unique, but I do think that, that confidence for women is, is huge. The lack thereof for for a whole lot. Like you just mentioned. You know, you know, kids have left home, they may or may not be in a happy marriage or maybe they're no longer married. Or maybe never were the confidence to, to go forth. So I would say, I think confidence and, and strengths to really know that, yes, you can do it and an end to be really encouraged for that. And for, you know, for them to be nurtured and lead instead of the other way round. Yeah. It's, it's interesting how all of that is because some of them, some of them are just so great at everything they do. And one of the things that, that one of the things I run a mastermind group for a group of not for profits, and we do a genuine, all forum kind of all masterminds. There's five or six masterminds and then there's one time, a year we all meet together, and one of the things that really came out was the fact that women ask for far less in their jobs than what than men do. They also won't apply for something they do not feel they're qualified for, because if it says, you need x y and z and they only have x z, they won't apply. Whereas a man's is us. So what all they can say is. No. And I'm going to apply anyway. And maybe they don't even have exer- why. But they. Apply. Because they believe that they've got a shot, and that this is a big difference in why men progress further in companies and than women do, so there's a lot that goes into all of that. And, you know, there's just so many things, I think that, that we as women need to learn and to observe and to see and to practice, but the important thing is not to shy away from it. The important thing is to go for it. Whatever whatever it is. So do you find that working with a mature woman? Makes things easier for them. Or are they more liable to take suggestions when they're younger? Well, I think when we're younger, we might often feel like you know, you don't understand me you don't you don't know what it's like for me. Where's the mature women? I think we're, we're a little more ready to say you know what? I've been there and tried to do a so much of this on my own. So, you know. You know, it's just easier to have someone and to share ideas, with and someone who will listen to me, and I think a lot of times, you know, mature women are, are more ready because they're really ready to take that step. They they're, they're tired of it the way it was. And they they wanna move forward and they wanna do quickly. So I actually think the mature woman often is, is in more of a mindset to, to really recognize what she hasn't been able to do before. Well, I happen to agree with you. I'm glad. Because I think, boy, I think it's, it's our time I think it's time for the woman who is over fifty to set her own own pace. And we're gonna talk about that when we come back. We've got just a few minutes left in this part. And I don't wanna get started on it before we can really get into it healthy conversation about it. But I truly truly believe it is it is the time of immature woman. I think it's, it's our time to say here we are in, you know take advantage of it. And I think, again, depending on the image, you project, if you if you've got a strong voice, if you have a great presence, if you know how to dress for whatever occasion, you're in. I mean, if you are the whole package and you're over fifty to me, this is your time. I mean, this is when you can do every single thing that you are wanting to do and are capable of. So when. When Deborah and I come back, this is what we're going to talk about. Because listen you guys out there. This is your time. And if you don't take advantage of it. I think you're absolutely crazy. I think this is the best time for you to start your own business. I think it's the best time for you to create something new in your life. I think it's the best time for for you to say the heck with everything else that's been going on. I'm going to think about me now and do what I have to do. So that's what we're going to talk about when we come back and Deborah, this has been just a delight. And I'm so glad that you're with us to talk about this because you do have some intuitive ways about you. So we'll get to talk about those when we come back. Stay tuned, folks. We'll be back with partout..

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"hollick" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"You truly have been blessed because you've had a great father. And you also had a great stepfather you won the lottery their girl. But at the end of the day, this is your wedding. So I think you should have a serious adult mature conversation with your dad and tell him how you fail and see what he says. But at the end of the day, I think you do what makes you happy limb. Snow how this turn. Out because I'm interested to see what decision you make. And what decision your sister MAGS? And then how your dad feels about it? So let us know and good luck with them with the weddings, next caller. Please. Hi, cottage, Julie's vision back much state. I'm Cali for. To give my own opinion about the color. Her name was Monica and about her fourteen year old brother than they dad mimic catches shooting. Tell him or not with my own experience. My father was never in the picture. No, I always haven't stepped up with my dad, but eight years old I found out I had another bad. I must say when I was nineteen twenty. I had my my all cicle debt had liberty. Football that she Hollick daughter. Toby, I asked her, you know, kind of go visit him, you know, oh, he ready for Mexico. I have after that. And. I think you should have your brother that is. Is or has catcher. Because I twenty. Team of the day that. I know if I. And I wish you different. But it's not. But I believe he tell your brother what's going on. They you know, she could be different. Could be that you don't know by guys told and you bidding secret he did too. Thank you. Hi, Rebecca from Washington for swell wanna say that. I'm so sorry for your hurt. I can hear it in your voice. And I appreciate you calling in and giving that different perspective because you're someone who's who's been through this. And you're twenty eight years old. You're twice the age of of this fourteen year old that that the caller had called in about. So I thank you for your honesty and for being open. I think is so important and at one of the reasons that I love this podcast so much as because we can call in and voice our opinions and have different opinions different perspectives. Because so many times I am believer that unless you've been through certain situations. You don't know how you would react. So Rebecca, I'm sorry for your loss. I'm sorry that you did not get your chance to maybe say goodbye to your dad. Your are are put those feelings in their proper perspective. Our prayers are to you. And thanks for your insight, next caller place. High time Billy this is Kristie calling from San Diego or recently from Coa Georgia. Sorry, todd. But go dogs just calling because I've listened to you go for like thirty years, and the recent calling is I'm very proud of where I'm from. But it's very hard here in California for ignorance of summers. I have one lady told me the other day. Oh, you have that the trough, and you don't sound ignorant. And I swear I wanted to punch her. But with my southern lays, I smiled and set bless your heart and moves on. I just wanted to see how you guys handle that situation as you guys are from the south as well. So if you let me know, I really think by hey Kristie from San Diego. By way of Toco at Georgia. Thank you for calling in. You know, I am very proud aware came from. I am very proud that you know, I was raised in a small town raised with values. Not that you can't be raised with values other places. But you know, I was just raised in your typical small southern town. And I'm proud of that really what other people's opinion and me is it's really not my business. I don't care. I know who I am a note. I believe in a know that I'm a good person..

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It's never too early to think about Christmas

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

It's never too early to think about Christmas

"Christmas is the time for giving these guys make sure that the little kids can participate too. Hello. L shell holiday store, and I'm the distributor for Oklahoma in Kansas. Holiday store was founded in nineteen ninety nine by Don Fisher. It is an ankle Hollick shock where kids can purchase gifts at Christmas time for their mom, dad, grandma grandpa, or even the department store quality kid price, it typically rains three to five days during school hours. The volunteers are typically the PTO the principal or the teacher hosts the show holiday store after school. Started to store so that kids purchased by mistake environment at the school at affordable price. But also wanted to be department store folly offers a hundred fifty different items. So there's a library of mob dagger multiple items in our margin xrays a quarter to ten dollars

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Switch from Pitch & Never Send a Proposal

Daily Sales Tips

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Switch from Pitch & Never Send a Proposal

"Today's tip comes from my friend and mentor, Craig Rosenberg back in the day. Craig was known as the funnel Hollick. Now. He's the co founder and chief analyst at Tokyo hosts of the topa summit coming in April. Here's Craig with today's tip is Scott, Craig Rosenberg here. I just wanted to first how you doing great work. And I love the your love everything you're doing from the podcast to your event at cetera. So I wanted to give you a couple sales tips to share with your audience. So number one is you know, I think a lot of people are trying to help sales reps lead with insights, right into, you know, change the conversation in, you know, I do believe that I believe that one hundred percent, and I'll say two things around that one is let's make the first conversation in the sales process something valuable to the customer. Could be a conversation. Either out the market could be a conversation about their industry. It can make conversation about how businesses like them are changing the way they operate or could be about the function what's happening to people. And so a good mad live for you. Because people are trying to do it without an absence of the deck when absence of everything else being able from the organization is instead of saying what keeps you awake at night. How about if you say, you know, I've talked to millions of people just like you and the three things I've noticed that all of them have been telling me is this this, and this is that something you're seeing. So that's one easy way to sort of, you know, lead within sites in chains the change the conversation. So there's a million other tips the other one I I've been seeing a ton of value for particular for inside sales SNB midmarket who are used to just sending a quote via Email in chasing their prospects. Let's learn. From enterprise sales reps here and never send a proposal without having a meeting to walk through it. They may say, well, they want us to send it in advance. Great as long as there's a meeting on the calendar. The most important thing is that you'll present a proposal. And when you present the proposal, it's not a price quote. It's a proposal. So you're going to reiterate their challenges and talk about the solution and talk about the outcomes that you will deliver from that solution and obey the way, this is how much this partnership will cost I can guarantee. We'll see higher conversion rates when you reach the proposal stage in be able to charge more as a

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Yumbi a ghost city following DR Congo inter-communal violence

UN News

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Yumbi a ghost city following DR Congo inter-communal violence

"This is fucking Menendez for UN news, you'd be in the western Democratic Republic of Congo or DRC we sample so go city in the aftermath of days long massacred last month, which left at least five hundred thirty five victims this covered by you when investigators in communal burial sites. That's according to Laurent Marshall spokesperson for the UN mission in the country Manisco in an interview with your news on Wednesday. She described how the brutal inter-ethnic killings were carried out in a very organized manner with many houses and public buildings. Also this -joyed during the violence between banana, and but Sunday community members that was sparked by a dispute over a local chiefs borough she told Moscow slim, but although the area is now calm conditions remained tense and much of the local population has fled across the Congo. River into neighboring Republic of the Congo. Between sixteen and eighteen December last June two thousand eighteen and you'll be district for villages were attach. It was. There was only a for I- tension between two communities, but in the in the new living in our area, we should located west tunnel. Pastor of further democratic people of the Congo in the Miami might only province along the Congo river. So it was a vitamin plus it a cure between two communities doing free days between the fifteen and eighteen of December. And it's resented in the chilling for hundreds of people and last month your face of the U N High Commissioner for human rights reported that eight hundred nine hundred people were killing this clashes. Do we have more precise figures on the number of people killed in wanted in this clashes? Yes, you win. In team and just what's on from a Menzies tailgating mission in very very spending nine in in other to investigate on visa allegation of interacting violence, and according to the print leniently report the attack and violence resulted in the death of achieve five hundred and forty five men women and children and one hundred eleven injured we could have no victims. But in nine days, it was what they were able to to work on and to enter the achievement in a I would say they have own necessary. Again, the death toll could be are your van when vase, but at least five hundred and forty five people, and we have any information about who committed these crimes and have these killings being. Imitated or organized again curving through the investigation of the human might seen the the attack well organize and conduct in a very organized manner and were most likely plan, and we have even elements, but indicate that the planning study at least at the beginning of the nuns of samba, maybe even before and the attacks were extremely violent and fast leaving little time for the corporation for free. So it's an what was the tweeter was the Bill of one of the shift, which you name, and that was supposed to take place in Yaounde and when community was against the girl and flows freely. The tweeter of the divine guidance between the two communities you went to ugm be less Friday. And what could you? Tell us about the state of the city and the population who remained there. It's a very fitting because it's it's really a little Kleiser Augusta. We have demented that almost one thousand miles of been destroyed and so focusing Chelsea's seven schools five and cental the editor Hollick commission building was destroyed. And you know, it's ninety we recruit Vic with me. I would say one hundred people maybe two hundred people, and and that no more because all people fled the phone and most of them are crossed the border and the in one to find shelter on the other side of the Congo river in Congo-Brazzaville do the current condition. Alot the return of the relation in the territory. It's what's. We focus on a on the concrete security for has been Detroit on on the ground both prison yard near on. Of course, they have the primary responsibility for the security of of the tone situation is can at the moment, but it's still tense. But what needs to be done it? I want to take some major tool to promote the reconciliation between the communities and to and to reveal the tinian hundred and seventeen schools were destroyed. And when we we wear in Sweden, keep on told us, okay that one really knows symbolic just a an would be contribute to the building of new schooler as soon as civil innovates to. They were children from both communities to go back to cooling such as we speak condition. I'm not in place for for going back to a normal life. Unfortunately, it will take time and the under the Justice will be an entertainment of of the reconciliation program. And because it's there should be no impunity toward to the early. Bill crime.

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"hollick" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"Dogma Hollick year and par a happy new year to you as we are about to celebrate or are celebrating the new year nail in the sky gets uploaded. Welcome to the Hollick post game podcast. I'm your host court Woodruff, and you know, New Year's new beginnings. And we are saying goodbye to a falcon season two thousand eighteen is in the books putting this on the shelf, and now swear, and we are, you know, preparing to get to a point where we can look ahead and try to be optimistic for the future. If you know me, and you know, this podcast, you know, that's the brand here. We really do try to be optimistic and try to look for that silver lining wherever we can find it. And you know, it's just one of the difficult things about a bad season as that you can kind of get a bit dismayed in the discord. But you know, shut my friends. Let's try to look ahead to the future. And we've got plenty to talk about. In that regard. And I enjoyed the course by none other than Evan burchfield of the Hollick Evan. Thank you so much for joining us and how're you doing as we transitioned into those nineteen. Thanks for having me on again, Corey doing great hope everyone has a happy new year and starts off the year. Right. And yeah, let's talk about this Alcan's in books finale. Yes. A game that they were once down seventeen zero and one which is a very non falcon thing to happen. Usually we don't have big comebacks against teams like this. But usually what happens the other way around were up by a lot. And we end up, you know, throwing the lead in the trash can. But I think that there is a lot that you can look at the scheme and the optimist about the be able to think after a really tough season finish it on a strong note. And it didn't drop them a lot in the traff rankings. So they might miss out on you guys because they were able to win this game from where they originally were. But sometimes it's hard to control that and you have to take it. How it comes so Evan? We're a couple of things you saw on Sunday that made you feel. All the mystic for the future. I think like what you said about the comeback. It's not something where used to where usually on the other end of blowing the lead, obviously. But I mean, you pretty much Saul Matt Ryan have you know, you had a pretty good game. Yet is I ever I think I read somewhere that was the first ever quarterback reception per touchdown or whatever for the falcons or in south consistory, or whatever. So that was pretty cool to see Julio was, you know, back to his normal self like he's been doing all year. So that's pretty exciting. And then he, you know, finished off the year as the with the most reception yards this season, the whole NFL. So I mean, the offense is cranking, and you know, defenses whatever, but it was the bucks and it was the final game. And it's you know, it's hard to really put a lot of stock in anything. But it was. A good. It was a good win. And I love how it ended with Matt Bryant kicking the win the game against the team that he spent you know, decent portion of his career with. Yeah. It was good ending to the season. Even though there's no playoffs or anything. It was. It was a great send off I think into twenty nineteen. Yeah. I think those are good points. You bring up Matt Bryant. And I do wanna talk about him just for a second. He's still on contract with the team next year. He was very very reliable all season. The only missed one field goal that was a belief from like fifty seven out didn't go in or not think he made that one. There was another is another long field goal where they just he just didn't have the distance on it because of his kind of his ailment with his leg..

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John & Jennifer Taylor

The 2180

07:27 min | 3 years ago

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Extreme self care can help your business succeed

Book Marketing Mentors

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Extreme self care can help your business succeed

"Today. My special guest is a superstar, plain and simple. Cheryl Richardson is the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including take time for your life. Life makeovers stand up. Your life ought to extreme self, Karen many more including her recent book waking up in winter in search of what really matches admit light. She was the first president of the international coach federation who works been covered widely in the media, including good Morning America. That today shows CBS the new times USA today an omega Zine. The list goes on. On and on Sheba sativa lead on the Oprah Winfrey show. She's a co producer in hosted Haroon. Television shows on the oxygen network and public television specials. Oh my goodness. Wow. While while shero what an absolute honor it is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mental. Thank you, Susan. It's really wonderful to be here with you and I love the idea of supporting authors. Yes, as one yourself many times over, you know, you certainly know what it takes to mock it books. And however the subject of your books is something that I think is really important too as as marketers as entrepreneurs all all the preneurs. Many of us are known. We spend so much time as a one personal peration and. If they're anything like me, you know, I'm my own toughest boss. So for the worker Hollick's amongst is what lessons do we need to learn about the importance of self cab. While it brings me all the way back to my original training as a coach. I had been a one woman shop prior to that already. I have been working as a consultant, and when I hired my first coach, he said to me, you know, you need to practice extreme self care. You know your whole life is out of balance. You spend so much time taking care of everybody else in not taking care of yourself. He said, I promise you, if you make the practice of extreme self care, your number one priority, your business will take care of itself. And of course, I thought he was crazy. But for the next year, I really focused ran my business in focused on growing business, but I also focused on things like making sure I took regular time off and making sure that I was taking good care of my finances and doing things like eliminating clutter from my life so that I like where I lived, and I liked where I worked in both in my office in my own Willie, we assessing my relationship. A lot of this is what I covered in take time for your life by very first book. And I remember Susan when I was really focused on myself, Karen, very deliberate way over the first year of building my coaching practice in my business, you know, I saw colleagues seemingly succeeding in their companies in making more money and getting ahead. You know, there was a voice in my head. The keeps things is crazy. You need to push push push, you work harder in this self care step. You don't have time for that. But fortunately, I had a coach and I met with him every week in. He kept me on track, and I will tell you that within Cobley three months of taking better care of myself, not only into business starts increase, but the kinds of people that were drawn to me were higher quality clients with projects in ideas and goals that were really interesting and exciting. And so the proof is in the pudding as far as I was concerned in it worked. And so that really played a pivotal role in my decision to make self care. Of focus of my work over time. And so it is really important. Sometimes the harder we work harder we are in our selves, the more we push ourselves, the less attractive we've become and I know you know this, Susan, I'm not talking about physical attraction. Really. I'm talking about energetically. People can smell exhaustion, or desperation or distraction mile away. When we take care of selves where more present for people, we have a better book writing experience.

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"hollick" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"Out about moderation and and that that was unethical in some way for people who were who actually Hollick Iran, and my response was was, but nobody knows about moderation. Like everybody's going to assume a and so many people go into a at actually then feel like they can't get out. They really say, realized this actually isn't my problem, but now I can't get out because now everyone in that, you know in a with is like, will if you leave, you failed. And you know if you leave your alcohol who has relapsed in. And so there's all these. There's it's a lot of people just don't do anything then. So. And so I think knowing about moderation is at least in option health there and you know, and again, they're also there's lots of books by the way, there's tons and tons of books that talk about how to how to moderate your drinking. Yeah, I found those as well, and there's an end just, yeah, I think just for people to know that they're options. There's also other things like, you know, smart recovery, which is more sort of CBT base cognitive behavioral based rather than spiritually based like a refuge recovery, which is Buddhist based recovery, which was created by Noah LeVine, I think. But anyway, there's so many options. I guess that's that's something that I would. I would encourage people to look into and then they wanna start with moderation, find. Out in. That's a great way to find out if you can moderate out to say that it's like, yeah, not necessarily like wolf. They go the moderation route. They'll never land in a like if moderation route and it colossally fails. That would get indication that a greater robust program is needed. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. I mean, that's the thing is that it's, you know, unless you're really. You know everything is that I mean, unless you're, you know, nearing death. The, you know, the other thing is if you have a real alcohol problem, which it's always feels important to say to audience if you if alcohol, if you have a true alcohol problem that is has reached know like stage four at this point, which is not a real. Categorization, alcohol, but I'm just saying, you know, as a metaphor stage for. You you need medical support around getting around getting clean. Yeah, because it's really dangerous to stop drinking when that far in and not everybody knows that. So Italy's feels important to say that. That's a really good point. Yeah, so, but that's a that would be like a whole lot of alcohol. I was by the time I moderated. I mean, but time I quit for that month. I was drinking approximately a bottle to a bottle on a half of wine night, and that's and that's a lot, you know, that's a whole lot, but that's still not as much as one would need to need medical support. So just feel like that's important to say, people who need medical support would probably be the people that wake up on comfortable till they take a drink. Exactly, exactly. For the good way. Good way to mid afternoon to evening drinkers writes, yes, linkup to your books on our site will link up to all of the resources you mention modera- managements. Recovery, refuge, recovery, alcoholics anonymous. If people are interested, they can explore more, but I really encourage readers to check out lush memoir because I think you did such a great job of Personalizing this for people and still vulnerable, and so well done. Thank you. Thank you so much for joining us. I think this is a super helpful conversation for people. Thank you such pleasure. Thanks for joining

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"hollick" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Well that's that's what's most refreshing for me well for me when i had that watermelon beer there there's also the environment around it like one of the best soft drinks i ever had in my life i still remember as a kid i was skating outdoors on a pond we were skating probably for an hour and a half two hours and then finally and it was on a pond and it was a lighted pawn though lighted skating rink and finally we were done i can remember my neighbor cry was there with my old neighbor stephen manning and his father said okay come on in come on in and we went to the store and we got a coq now we hadn't drank anything i drank that coke to this day that's still was the best soft drink i ever had in my life you just have those kind of memories when i had the watermelon beer i was odd golfing all day and i didn't have a beer on the golf course at all and i said okay i'll stop by and and see you and he says come on and he says you gotta have advocate just one and he gave me the watermelon beer and i will tell you this the watermelon taste the beer maybe i'm not an alcoholic but i'm a watermelon hollick gave its and beer because it was like i had this one another one and another one and another one that you hit on something because now they have all of the you know hard lemonades and all of that and if it starts to taste like lemonade and you're in you're not really tasting the the malt liquor in that case i mean how easy is it to you know just have too many i wondered that well probably lot easier because one of the you know it it's if you if you look at it and it's something that's flavorful versus beer you're going to want something that's flavorful and they've got i i went in the when i looked the other day when in the beer section i couldn't believe the number of types of malt liquor that they have.

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"hollick" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I you know i grew up with a around it you know my father never click with vodka until you'd find buried everybody then there was nothing to do but go talk about it about you know into became one of the legendary speakers a back in vermont the yeah but they you know that that's basically what happens with hollick can't take and but my my the whole family was the irish on both sides that's their performers you know that thing and i came out of that and your question usually started this with what oh i remember i was just saying how and it's a great performance in clean and sober how how attracted to the material because i wasn't drunk yeah i had i had a real head a and the basic the prize of the whole thing on silver the it opens with a monologue that just can't run me doing the whole doing a whole thing and and my by background i was never a but i was drunk and in my father was a my my whole idea was not to make them look bad you know tepid thing and and then when i saw the movie i realize it it made me look like an asshole as someone to really believe what he was up to with the as ing interesting is every called there's some in there but i'm very much i'm you know if you don't know how to drink what in in clean and sober there's a scene where you're in a diner and you have a bowl of chocolate ice cream or chocolate cake and chocolate ice cream shake.

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"hollick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Acres off the other thing the bt didn't mention here is that both teams are laden with seniors the leadership there obviously brunson on villanova dont devante graham michael hollick as well i mean you guys have an advantage of having you both have an advantage against each other who has the has the has the edge here but you guys have played together for a long time and that's that's important at this point oh no doubt no doubt and you know and last year we you know we have frank mason and then we had a young guy josh jackson was a good player but i think when you have older guys those are usually your best teams but if you look at it and you look on the graph ford hey none of our guys are picked in the top five or ten or you know like have been in the past or or like kentucky's has you know three three lottery picks in their lineup in years past we don't really have that but it's it's the it's the seniors and their leadership and their experience that's carried us this year you know as one of the great leaders of anybody we've ever had you know you bring in you put him in there with these guys at haven't been there before like you and me who you know even though he sat out last year really just only second year playing you put them with those kind of guys and it really helps the gerald vicks junior so he's been here three years and i think the experience really helps and i think it's helped jas team a lot too i think what makes them good and you know and then next year you just kinda reload and hope those kids grow up fast to coach we don't you juggling a lot and then they want to get back to scout and cutting up film and all the stuff that you guys have to do so certainly appreciate you being generous with your time but i i wanted at least end on this because bill self is generally pretty stoic he doesn't show much emotion maybe when the cameras aren't there is a little different but i i don't get the sense that he is i you know he seems very even keeled and he doesn't really show you.

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"hollick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is a day for the airlines in here to talk about why this is so important to watch today on this monday is dave wilson bloomberg stocks editor columnist and blogger at mlive go on the bloomberg dave i want to start with airlines because they are doing well in the wake of some comments from the oracle of omaha brigadier warren buffet once said he was an arrow hollick well it's clear that the that particular road ailment in well actually it's not even an ailment anymore it looks more like an advantage in bear in mind you a couple years back buffett's berkshire hathaway bought stakes in the four largest us carriers american delta's southwest and united and what's interesting is if you go back through what brochures done historically this sort of thing is not unprecedented he ended up he got the rail routes buying stakes in three of the largest north american railroads and ultimately end up taking over burlington northern santa fe be nsf so the real question now is whether history is going to repeat itself because he'll buffet who had berkshire's results over the weekend sowa after that day he talks the cnb say they raises the possibility that berkshire my by an airline outright i mean clearly the industry has changed over the past several years i mean it's making money where it didn't use to you don't have the constant threat of bankruptcy which was the case for so long as a result of competition among carriers so you'll look and you've got american delta united southwest all higher end gaze of one percent two percent nonetheless it is clear that what buffett had to say about the industry got people's attention what dave also getting attention has to do with the fact that he believes have many companies are too expensive to purchase and that's.

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"hollick" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Thing to do because i've worked with some really wonderful people who are passionate about their lives they were passionate about their recreation their family their a lot of things but not about work and i couldn't change that and now let me say this so kevin i'm not talking about work a hopeless cause i i i look a lot of people in silicon valley obscene while this that our work of hollick's but that's not hunger that's identifying themselves as their job so it's a person who says i will go above and beyond i will do extra i want to i have a really high standard but it doesn't define me and this is not the only thing that i am so again it's that balance between don't be a workaholic but do extra checking with other people on your team can you help them don't do what your boss says to go a little further than that just satisfy your customer but kind of wow them so this is the one where i appeal to the people that i work with if i don't think they're hungry to either satisfy the mission satisfy their colleagues and if i can't get them to do that then obviously they need to go do something else where the mission matters to them again another long no it's it's grain and it's interesting to hear you say that that's the hardest these again the i i live in this personal development development world when we do in in the business podcasting arena an insult ziglar is about as well and you know again and i'll speak to the audience folks i know there people who are listening right now and you do you know you do want more you do think there's more out there that you want more from yourself and yet you realize yearin yearout you've read more books you've listened to more podcast and frustrated and again i'll put myself in your sometimes frustrated at the progress that we have made and i think that question comes up how do i increased my hunger a you just gave us some questions to ask.

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"hollick" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

LA Talk Radio Channel 1

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1

"Cheaters mama's boys workaholics and all that what is he writes that women who effort of work hollick man doesn't necessarily mean he's a bad man but what do you tell women who are married to work a hall of men and valentine's day is here now should they expect anything from their worker hollick man on a on valentine's day just because valentine's day no they should have you know that's my communication is very important uh he if he knows that the guy or her husband is work hollick and you know is she he he he can find time to be with you i think you're out in a day you have to schedule that you have to let him know radio two weeks are a week before hey it's the bottom find day on wednesday i want you to have this time for me like two hours or an hour and i was selling these i was saying to say what whoever your husband is even if he's the president of the whatever company or to see all of the president of the united states the in he loves view if he is in view he will give you time no matter what you will so you know so i you know if he's he's could be the birth and then remind him you know what i i i love i say that because you know what you do especially now with with bones they're so easy and if you i mean if you're in a relationship with your house been in your head and so on and so forth and his honesty you should be able to get into each other's phones and know that their codes again in the phone but my point is yes sneak into his phone ladies and put it like a week or four a reminder valentine's i went out i'm going to be you know some nothing for you whatever you going to do and then you know get back in the back stay like three days before and then valentine's day you know and you can do this on the phone i think that is the.

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"hollick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on KOMO

"Todd ant abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news komo news time eight thirty one forty three degrees art sanders top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center bad news in bellevue where a lot of difficult and dangerous police works been for nothing couples pete combs reports on a technicality that cost them dozens of cases it was a huge operation about sixty officers involved in what they called operation on demand law officer set up a fake brothel the condo in downtown bellevue our officers posed as prostitutes it worked they arrested one hundred ten people between twenty two and sixty five years old a just eight days but now comes word sixty one of those cases have been thrown out of court why in washington it's illegal to record a conversation in us everyone involved agrees the array of video cameras set up to the stings also recorded sound in some cases and because of that they were able to walk chief steve milot says this turn of events is disheartening because our job is not done until we convict that guilty or clear the it and we did not t this case into the end zone milot's as lessons learned and you can bet it'll be another operation on demand soon made he says sooner than you think pete combs komo news congresswoman pramilla jyle of paul's calling for an investigation of possible impeachment of president trump over renewed sexual misconduct allegations she not a matter of a law actually a matter hollick you cannot hit a peak president without the majority party being a part of it and i don't think i what norway that where it there either halfback that got republican strategists to alex castalanos says impeachment is not out of the realm of possibility while i think he's lawyers republicans control the senate you're not going to see uh uh the president for impeachment but if republicans lose the house in 2018 uh donald trump has to worry about being impeach him on the democrats have more than a 10point advantage heading into next year's midterms are learning more about a couple found dead in a bremerton home wednesday night following a murder suicide police say 23yearold francisco rivera stabbed his wife 22yearold maria rivera a number of times before taking his own life rivera who the navy says was from anchorage alaska was a sailor aboard the uss nimitz which had returned to port over the weekend following a.

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"hollick" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on WTRH

"Prompts will get back to you and get you scheduled as soon as we can i would like to know is there somebody in your life if you say okay i am determined i don't wanna keep walking down the road and falling into that whole i mean you know there are road said have pot holes do you know what i mean by pothole why they philadelphia has potholes and every uh every major city has potholes will if you're whether it's driving down the road just walked down the road and you keep fall into this whole he can keep doing it or you can say i am not going to continue that way i'm gonna go around it i'm gonna go round it and and uh it that that means you intentionally do what ever you need to do to avoid it at at avoiding is a part of the solution just a part of waiting meaning you make a choice some people that their their problem isn't tom a drug it can be something like coconut cream pie can be chocolate some people are chuckle hollick's some people have certain kinds of addiction sahni or more destructive to the physical body than others now the fact is sometimes her choices of no matter what i will not and you can talk to people who've been smokers i will not buy cigarettes again uh is they you'd lived years smoking their lungs they are much more prone to emphysema that means so header there now that i uh uh right we'll have in rome without in may it it just dick can lead.

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"hollick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be careful though because i am orange a hollick do you know what that is it's is happens a lot of people in new hampshire the something in the dna in new hampshire lot of people from new hampshire orange alex they by our and stuff gratuitously orange unnecessarily arendt's wildly inappropriately orange that's me i'll go up there and going to some countries store to see some goofy aren't hat and think that'll be cool i'll be cool in the city and you know what it never is still looks dumb and i'll see some colleagues in see orange camels stuff somehow convince my week mind it's somehow it'll be cool around here it's not that there must have shoes you're a cool orange things but using the stuff icees cheap illfitting we've if i could find some johnson will in meals burnt orange ball in jacket that's one thing but in i don't want a haines aren't hoodie funny up there in that contacts it looks cool yeah i'll be the country man down in the city i'll be myself as are all of show my roots i get it down here and thrown away i throw it away because i'm not going all the way back up there for the nineteen dollars already i'll occur up into rags so for year i have orange rags on the other hand a nice wall rich vintage buffalo plaid jacket okay got be careful because once you buy one thing at banks the floodgates and i could buy once he i i don't know what can happen you get possessed by the.

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"hollick" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"And i believe there's correlation between the work hollick nature of our country which is why we are economically one of the if not the best financial company our country in the world that is dino are are um mm our health in this country is one of the worst specially from stress related illnesses in the world one out of twelve people are on some sort antidepressant in this country and a lot of that is due to over work and not a healthy balanced lifestyle will that is changing who we give credit to i dunno according to all the statistics i see millennials millennials are the ones that love to travel millennials are spending more time and disposable income going places doing things now granted shorter vacations but more often than any other category of people next followed by the boomers that after that by the gen xers the gen xers are the hero of the thirty five to fifty four the millennials are under thirty five to about twenty i think most people say and the boomers are let's just say fifty and over cape but anyway i i just think it's fascinating and then the matter money that they're spending it that would be understandable is going up also but leedle as talking somebody this week about a retired personal was so mom health issues and she was telling me how her doctors recommended so very strongly that she travels that she goes on vacations and she was having such a time deciding in it wanting to do that because she's widowed in and i said we'll just go with the group go with like one of my group's if you want to i have a lotta solo travelers travel with me on the groups i do and that is such a healthy thing to do i sought in my mom in a what do you want to do said around and sir i had better be gerber said round an age or get out and see the world get out and do things get out and be active it's healthy for you it's a wise balance and there's not a doctor round good dr the won't tell you that the financial people like don wales before me that's what you'll their goal is to.

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"hollick" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"hollick" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Side bell the apology is over but we're just getting started here on side the polls eureka podcasts about nothing and now here the two guys who no matter what position you put us in to be chuffed to find the good naked i'm rob sustain here's keyed how're you as a go rob vice spoke for you keiv i think i think it's fair to say well we learned in this episode all guys yes to utilitarianism and i'm not even sure i qualify for that no i dunno if if there's a third category of thinking i'm in that pressure yes and so we're talking about the apology an episode that i really only remember the good naked in bed naked part of it but the rest of the story line involves all lot of the what would you call that addiction recovery treatment yeah a lot of meetings a lot of a lot of like subgroups yeah yeah so we end up with a ends or rachel hollick's anonymous and germanaphone synonymous which i don't really think that that's the thing by the is it german forbes anonymous i'm gonna guess now yeah guy has a big one if not like interest like find a meeting in any city for german abs anonymous not one of the top ones but anyway so a lot to do a key think we should go through the podcast normally this week or should we do it in reverse order do sideways sideways had do do that just like random like i podge shuffle yet and we didn't even do we did backwards we'd into opposite like what if we said like wrong things with every like we just it was like opposite day and we just says everything wrong is that every week.

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