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The wrestling world mourns the loss of Brodie Lee

Masters in Business

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

The wrestling world mourns the loss of Brodie Lee

"And the wrestling world is mourning the sudden death of John Huber, known by his ring aliases. Brody Lee. He was 41 years old Hubert, who wrestled currently in all elite wrestling. Formerly wrestled in the W W E under the ring name Luke Harper in an Instagram post. His wife shared that he was surrounded by his family at the time of death.

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"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Of the coffee can approach to investing which is sort of how i think about investing than you wanna own body companies in so many mistakes have always come from when i've when i when i purchased a stock that looked very cheap on the surface but in reality it might have been ten times earnings but it might have been worth seven times. Earnings save made that mistake numerous times and conversely some of the some of the best investments. I've made and this is something that is not just twenty twenty twenty twenty s sort of involved when it comes to this because there's so much momentum but where i was very convicted on the business but other investors questioned i guess the the valuation at that time so some of those some of those investments have turned out to work very well and so i think a business is not worth what earned last year. It's what it's going to earn over the course of the life of that business and so i think that's that's something to keep in mind as well so just by good businesses. Obviously you have to pay pay a price that is discounted in order to achieve alpha in the stock market. But i think focusing on quality companies is in my experience The better approach. I think far more investment mistakes are made from picking the wrong business than paying too much for a great business and you can make mistakes in both categories but i think the more catastrophic mistakes from selecting the wrong business. Yeah that's definitely true. I mean if i could give advice to younger self mara toby. I always your take up the two example of of buying game stop and go beyond the record and both times toby set. Don't do it. He all the reasons why and both times it didn't listen and look what could well no. I really didn't. I definitely caught another wrong time. So we had you on there with jesse felder and he made a fortune in beth beth beyond because he's much smarter than me so i bought it on the way down. Apparently i misunderstood memento straight diesel. Aboard the way down jesse on way up though and behold so he absolutely killing in that so i just wanted to say that if i can give my two cents to really at a younger self and that just a few years back and listen to toby if i could give myself buys it would probably be two buffets set that he bought his first dog eight eleven and up till that wasting his time. I kind like that code. Because you're buffer talks about being a learning machine and that's definitely something that i haven't practiced different nuts since eleven. That's for sure. But i always understood the intention of compound interest and why when you capital the investing that but i never really understood the concept of putting knowledge before i got into my mail late. Twenty s and. I think that's one of the things i would like to change. And the other thing this convey listeners to really to to read more. I think one of the mistakes that i've made us ambassador as i speak to people and they're smart people and not sell this modest you but whenever you speak speech people especially if you're not too selective battelle you things you already know or they talk about things you don't not interested in or you don't understand you're speaking to a fast. They're speaking you're slow readings just you get it in just the right tempo. And you'll get just what you're interested in. And it's a lifetime of knowledge could into two hundred pages or whatnot that i haven't done that before is just i don't know i definitely a waste of my time until then guys it's been unbelievable talking to you about not just these topics but really having the chance to have the conversation going above of direction that they'd be want before we let you go. We will definitely like to give you the opportunity to tell the audience where they can learn more about you and your company's west coast with you. Alf architect dot com and just follow the blog and you can hit us on twitter as well at al architect. John yeah i called sabre capital and you can find the website it's sabre capital. Njit dot com. I have a lot of the archives up there publishing number blog posts in. You can follow me there. You can find me on twitter as well toby. You've got the acquirers funds. Dot com acquires multiple dot com. We've got the interview that john is at the moment because it's one of the most popular podcast of the year will at name recognition. He got from jack. How did that happen nice work. Let's sophisticated. Get in contact with me all through twitter green bags. That's funny filling g. I. e. and be sica de i spent so much time. Amazing guys thank you so much for taking time out of your schedule to join the podcast yesterday. Really hope we can do it again. Thank you so much all right. That was all. I had for you for this episode of the investors. Podcast trae. now we'll be back next weekend with an interview lawns cunningham. Thank you for listening to ti to access our show. Notes courses or forums go to the investors podcasts dot com. This show is for entertainment purposes only before making any decisions. Consult a professional. This show is copyrighted by the investors. Podcast network written permission must be granted before syndication..

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"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"The market because of neglecting or perhaps from having a deep understanding of cyclicality other. First question the premise. Little bit. in a sense that you're going to have a lot of survivor bias. In claiming their cycles because that implies something came back but what about like all the other things that literally went to zero and blew up. And you don't read about anymore right so cycles clearly. Didn't work there but you know if you're a survivor cycles. Always going to be amazing because just keep buying. Us equity market it. Your she earned the seventy percents equity return premium. But you know go ask all the other countries where on average during two percent and you get your face ripped off most of the time. So i would say i just questioned the premise of that in the first place in oxy all my wins. Go exactly in line with what he's talking about in the value realm where you buy something. That's totally out of favor. Total piece of junk and it makes money. But who cares about that. I'd say the cycles. I screwed up. The most are actually the opposite of that momentum cycles were i can think of three examples a recent memory one is in real estate so my brothers in eagle colorado where i grew up in the mountains and thousand and twelve. We had all these opportunities by you. Know differ real estate properties out there but of course being valued cheap pastor. Be like nah. It's too high man. Don't wanna get in. of course you know. We didn't realize that's a momentum trade and it's only quadrupled with leverage and we'd be millionaires right now and of course most recently here mark shells at twenty me being a genius on like this is the greatest time ever to buy value. I'm gonna do that. And yeah that kind of work. Guess what should i bought momentum because it would have work ten times better right so for me all the cycles that i look back that i missed. Everyone always value guys. Always talk about cycles. In point value wins but then highlight Big wins or the momentum cycles that we all mess. I think that's an important thing for value people to think about is momentum cycles not mean reversion cycles. What are you guys saying. Yeah i mean. I think that's a great point was when you think about like that real estate example used in colorado that local market might have been at some inflection point where the true value was dramatically understated. For whatever reason and whether it's people moving to the area or you know prices are appreciating or whatever whatever it was but i think google as an example in the stock market. You could you could look back. And i think you'll did. Twenty billion in revenue in two thousand eight when last real lengthy recession occurred before this past one but the advertising market that year contracted ten percent. Google's revenue slow It was growing at fifty percent before the recession. It's still grew through that period. I think their revenue grew eight or ten percent in two thousand nine which was a significant advertising downturn and it was just the fact that google was such a small piece of the advertising pie at that point. They had twenty one billion in revenue or something the advertising margaret's four hundred billion so they had a five percent share of a of a big market and they had a value proposition that was very clear cut and it was clear that they were going to be much much bigger. And so you know those are those are businesses that are able to withstand the cyclical nature of the economy. And i think all businesses are cyclical to certain extent. Some some more than others but the other way to think about cyclical businesses are risks. That you're talking about the risk of investing. In something that cyclic goal is to think about how about the business itself within that industry saw all these homebuilding example most home build. All homebuilders are because the nature of real estate is cyclical and so that implies some some sort of risk to a typical homebuilder because most home builders have an enormous amount of inventory on their books. And what happens. In a downturn his own price of home sales slow land prices often decline and home builders are left with a huge amount of inventory on their on their balance sheets. That have to be marked down in a lot of inventories finance with debt so the balance sheets are often very risky but within that industry. There's a company called vr. And i've spoken about this company before and it's a it's a stock debt might fund owns. But it's it's a it's a very cyclical business just like all the other homebuilders with one key difference in. That's that's the balance. Sheet is much lighter in the carry far less inventory than most of the other home builders and so what that means is their inventory. Turnover is much faster. They have about one point five billion in inventory and they turn that inventory about every two and a half months Lesnar is the biggest builder in the country. They did about twenty two billion in revenue. Last year they eighteen billion and inventory and trinet immaturity about once every year so n. vr's turning its inventory five times faster. Lynn argued about three billion prophets on eighteen billion in inventory and and Nba did a billion profits on three on one point. Five billion batori. So what that's telling us. Npr's return on capital is about five times higher. And so it's just a better business is another way of saying it. But it's it's got a variable cost structure and it's much less risky when the downturn calms they tie up their land using options which is how that's how they're able to do it. They don't put as much capital in the ground. They put a down payment on the on the land and it's trouble comes than they're able to walk away and just lose the option premium. Just like a just like a call option us stocks. John just push back. Because i was talking about more like cinnamon cycles arguably these guys are positioned extremely poorly for a sentiment. Cycle may be missing right. Because why don't you want to own the like the super operating leverage maxed out will but on homebuilder versus the nimble low inventory. You know super wine because if you can borrow for negative rates and there's a sentiment cycle like out argue your you actually hake huge cycle risk betting against sentiment the sentiment cycle by not buying the other one. You mentioned the problem yet. Exactly it so the problem for most builders is they can't get away from exactly the situation you're talking about so it's two things. One is the inflation in land prices. That happens over time so in theory. You're much better off owning land if land prices are appreciating at two percent a year because the nature of your slow turnover the one benefit of slow turnover. Is that land. As it's on your books is gonna be worth more when it leaves your books than than the price that you paid for a year ago. So that is true. The problem is and again. This is why builders can't seem to replicate npr's model the problem is one of it is incentives all the builders if you read the proxy statements. They're almost all. The management teams are incentivized to produce absolute profits and so the best way to produce absolute profits not necessarily return on capital. Just made more money the easiest way to do that just like buffet says jesus way to make a savings account earn more money his add more money to the savings account so builders are incentivized to just go out and buy more land regardless of the returns that they can generate on that land. Because they'll know that if they can even if they earn fifty percent gross margin set at twenty they're gonna be compensated for that at the end of the year. Because you know they can use other people's money the bank's money to go out and buy more land so it's the inflation aspect.

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"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Say that we have a superior lineup for you we have john hubert tomasz highlighting west gray with us. Thank you so much. For taking time to join the group here today bursted count whereas thank you say so. I was speaking with john the other day and he suggested that we try out different format here for the show so instead of a typical interview style episode by the group and talk about value investing concepts. And i absolutely loved the idea. So you guys can think of this a bit more like mosman group meeting but we won't be pitching particular stocks or the intrinsic value of a stock rally. We'll be talking about our successes and failures and most importantly what we learn all the yes in the market and we have four main topics for today and they are knowing what you don't know cyclicality risks and advised to youngest self. I wanted to start up the first topic. Knowing what you don't know with a few quotes the first is from. John kennedy goal who set we have two classes a forecasters those who don't know and those who don't know that don't know. The next coat is from henry coffman. He's saying that there are two kinds of people losing money. Those who know nothing and those who know everything so bleak kind of pig off a wanted to kick it over to you guys. Perhaps john you could start out is a really interesting topic stay. I think the way. I think i would think about that. Question is too. I guess. I light accept the reality that the world is uncertain citing the implicit logic in your comment is that we. We don't know the future right so the way to the best defense against ignorance. I guess not not knowing the future is to when you're thinking about investments is to position portfolio in companies at least the type of investing that that i do position your portfolio companies. That are i think. Best adaptable to change so for me. I think the world and i've talked about this. I think tobin. I talked about this on a podcast one time. But i've been thinking about this concept for a few years. I think the world is changing to a degree where the rate of change is much faster than it used to be in previous decades and so companies what that means is companies are changing much faster. So i don't think you have. Companies that will be able to insist dummies static competitive advantages that they enjoyed for decades companies like proctor and gamble had shelf space advantage that they lived off of her for years and years and years and the nature of business now is that barriers to entry are so much lower and so you have upstart companies in all different industries that are able to take on you know incumbents that would have been unthinkable twenty years ago so i think you have a situation where the rate of change is faster. Incumbent advantages are no longer in in many. There are some exceptions but incumbent advantage. I don't think are as strong as they used to to be. And so you have to just come to grips with reality. That change is a constant. And so i think the best way to defend against that is to invest in companies that have the ability to change and and that means thinking about management teams. That are adaptable companies. That can quickly shift. And i think those are the investments those companies. That'll be best physician to to fight against the unknown. Which is the future. So that's that's kinda my thought on that. That's very interesting john. Thank you for sharing that and you know the the issue had one of those quotes those two concepts. You'll lose money though. Show nothing in the ocean. Though everything. Whenever i think about guys know everything i think of of you guys i could say. Hey talk to me about real real smart guy not talk to us if anyone who would know his stuff and not trying to paint you into a corner here west. So how do you not know everything. i guess. That's my question going into this. Why think the more you know the more you realize. You don't know anything else and so i kind of question down to what do i actually think i know it. Just all assume. I don't know anything else. That's a much easier question asks than how do you know what you don't know. I'm just going to invert it and say do i think for me. I wrote down three notes here. The first one is at incentives matter in to john's point markets competitive so. I do think you know no pain. No gain is a is a pretty good mantra to live by investing. And if you can identify were there's pain to get your gains. You're probably wrong or you probably don't know something that you don't know so. That's a good rule of thumb in and the other one is. I got no no here. It says humans matter so sentiment matters fear. Greed do affect prices. And so that's just to say that market probably isn't perfectly efficient in there are maniacs out there. I know that the problem is. I don't know how to time these act so got to be ready for be patient and then the third one which is kind of live in too close to vanguard is it fees and taxes matter a lot because i can identify perfectly. How much shows are gonna cost me. And so ticks. I could minimize those. That's really important. Especially on the tax side. Were a lot of people. Forget that you know. Fifty percent uncle. Sam carried interest. Is the biggest feel ever pay so those are the things i know incentives matter humans matter and we should avoid fees and taxes. I don't know anything else beyond that. I think it was a good way of responding to that question west so actually let me follow up on the third set there about feasts you know. We are in a new environment right now. I don't know if i could say new normal. It's going to be such a cliche for that. It's just crazy what we're seeing right now and we all paying taxes on nominal gains. We all liked to look nominal numbers real numbers so knowing that how do you think about fees and taxes. Now what has changed gaming. The low interest rate environment that we're in the problem with being an asset manager in a world where expected returns on everything or really low is is. It's one thing to charge one percent when have fixed income or just brain dead money paying five six percent now that you literally have incentive to put your money in a pillow because if you have a bond tenure bond that pays one percent. We'll have for that goes to taxes down fifty bucks. Then you pay fifty bits and fi. You got zero with a lot of brain damage. Why did i even hire this person to do anything with my money. So that extends a little bit into people that do more risk like toby myself in john but but even for us straight. 'cause you may. We had a high expected return of fifteen twenty percent now that all got chopped in half like our fees are structure costs as a percentage of your potential gains are still relevant. But i feel really bad and it's going to be very interesting to see how advisors fixed income managers on other people deal with this reality of. Why am i paying anyone in financial services. Anything right now because they're not going to deliver anything after all their cost and lack of transparency liquidity constraints etc. It's gonna be a tough business going forward. I would say and you're looking at me right now. Like oh my god. I feel the same pain as wes. It's a tough world to say. You know. I do know more than the magi. Or what do you know i know. It's sounds a bit provocative. But we friends so i guess i can. I can throw doors you like that. First time you confront the market none of it makes any sense and then you find some goes to succeeded in the way that idea decide found buffet and fan graham and so the value guys. What their ideas. That a- quantity that you can calculate the different from democracy process. And.

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Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond

Pacifica Evening News

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond

"Year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a protest in was constant. And his case has become a rallying cry for some right wingers in the US posted $2 million bail today and was released from custody. Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross hurts. During a demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He busted bond through Jack Illinois, told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and then he fired in self defense. He faces multiple charges, including intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and being a minor in possession of a firearm. Wisconsin law doesn't permit minors to carry or possess a gun unless they're hunting. He's due back in court on December 3rd for a preliminary hearing. This case has taken on political over towns. Supporters of the Black lives matter Movement of painted written house as a trigger happy white supremacist. Conservatives that portrayed him as the Patriot exercising his right to bear arms during unrest Legal Defense Fund for him is attracted millions of dollars in donations, and his mother got a standing ovation from women at a Lakisha County Republican function in September. Cuba's father, John Huber. Ask Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Loran Keating during a hearing on November 2nd two set Britain houses bail between four and five and $10 million. Uber said Rittenhouse thinks he's above the law and noted the effort to raise money on his behalf. He also suggested militia groups would hide him from police if he were to be released.

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"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

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"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Great question by get this question, a lot for prospective investors at people want to. The process and so to me investing is a negative art meaning identifying what not to do is often as important as knowing what to do. I think a lot of investors think of investing ideas like an assembly line where you simply piece together certain inputs out spits, the finished product, and in this case, that would be an investment idea but it's my observing that the world doesn't work that way. I think great ideas involve a lot of preparation a lot of hard work diligence patients, but serendipity plays a role as well. So I, think you need A. Position Yourself to be open to those serendipitous moments because they come from unexpected places and sources and they come at unpredictable times. So we know this business requires great investment ideas, and if that's true that great investing ideas come from unexpected places than I think you need to solve that problem by using different methods asking an analyst to come up with a new idea, each month or each quarter is going to be sub. Optimal. Because great ideas can't be produced on demand for me to solve this problem of finding great ideas I've tried to come up with the way that I think works for me. It's not the right way to do it necessarily for everyone but for me, the process is to think of myself not as an investor but more as a student with the objective of learning about a variety of subjects. So my wife always. She's always wondering what what is I do all day she's never quite sure how to describe my job to other people, and so I tell her the easiest thing to say is that I'm a professional student which is also causes more confusion but I, really think of myself more could non fiction writer WHO's working on a book. You know my work involves a lot of reading a lot of note taking a lot of. Phone calls to learn from people who know more than me about a specific topic, and then finally a lot of time thinking about everything that been working out. So the goal for me is simply to learn and more specifically I'm trying to learn about different business model I try to learn why some companies are better than others. One of the things daily task lists is to report or a filing on one new company every day. I read a lot of the primary sources a lot of the annual reports I read a lot of the write ups on Vic and other places. I do find it really helpful to learn from others that share their work read all that stuff. But the day to day goal isn't for me to find a new investment idea even that's the desired outcome to me. It's more a process of trying to position yourself to learn be curious and be okay. Spending a Lotta time reading about topic that might not lead to a specific action within the portfolio at that moment. In the thing about it is to boil down my process, it's to try to produce a watch list of companies or build a watch list I think of my job every day is coming in to work on building my watch list of companies that I know well, and then just waiting for the market give you a price but that process involves like I say a lot of reading and a lot of patients. If you have a goal of finding an investment idea this week this month or this year or this year try to find a couple new ideas every year. But if you're trying to manufacture an idea at, that's where investors run into problems. So John We all learn from Warren Buffet that we're all supposed to invest in so-called wonderful companies, and if only it was that easy could you could you please provide some examples a qualitative and quantitative factors to help define what a wonderful company is. The best investments over the long run come from the best companies. So if you're trying to figure out which stocks are going to go up next year. Then there are all sorts of other factors to consider. But for long term investors, it's really simple. Best investments come from the best companies over time. So the question is, how do you find them? Peter, thiel gave a talk. He called competition is for losers and this was at Stanford maybe six or seven years ago, and you can find the talk on youtube but I had to takeaways from this talk. Basically, there are two types of companies, monopolies and non monopolies, and he says monopolies made money and non monopolies. Don't he's got an observation that I think is is actually quite accurate and he basically says monopolies are always trying to say they're not monopolise. and. This is sort of relevant current news. We just had the big five over for the big five tech CEOS on Capitol Hill at the hearing on antitrust. They're all basically trying to say that they're not monopolise. Ugo says their competitors are just a click away they like to say and all of them are trying to say they're either in a small piece of a big market or they're in very competitive markets and see the monopoly zero. Scene and not monopolise Anonima police are always trying to say that they are monopolies is just sort of an interesting observation. So to me, it's not exactly black and white, but I think it's a good mental model to keep in mind that monopolies businesses that make money and I'm using the term loosely I don't think is black and white as Peter Thiel suggest there are some companies that can produce profits that are obviously not monopolise but again. To me, you have a really simple choices an investor I think there's two categories to look at and the first categories is the company monopoly. Category is is the company. Building towards becoming a monopoly, and again, it's not the Sherman definition of monopoly at the antitrust laws but it's basically looking for a company that produces high returns on capital and can produce economic profits and so what are some attributes that these monopolies or future monopolies have there are some common denominators? So obviously, the business has to make money on company has generate high returns on capital, and that's where again that's where value comes from the goal of investing is to. Simply produce high returns on your capital and the same goal exists for businesses. It's darn high returns on the capital that investors funded it with. So high returns on capital to me is the definition of a great business that's the result. There are some attributes that or characteristics that I think can lead to that result. In the first one I'll a mention his adaptability to change. So I think it's extremely important nowadays because I think change is a constant now. I've said this before Buffy licencee that he invest in companies that are resistant to change but I think the critical question today is to ask whether the company is adaptable to change because I'm not sure there are any companies, even the monopolies that are resistant to change anymore the world moves and changes. So quickly in barriers to entry are generally so much lower. That if you're not willing to embrace change than changes going to embrace you and that will be good for your company. So obviously, a management is important, but also employees of the company human capital is much more valuable today for many companies in the physical assets on because people and the ideas they generate where much of the value gets created. So I think it's important for the company to be able to retain attract talented people and I think it's important to be adaptable to change and united. States, did a podcast last year on facebook specifically and I think facebook's an example of this. This adaptability to Change Berg is in my opinion a great CEO despite all the hate he gets. I think he's very adaptable to change and it's a quality that is valuable facebook IPO when the company was facing, what I would call an existential crisis and instead of doing what would have looked better to Wall Street in the short run, which would have been to continue to milk the cash coming from the desktop advertisements. Zuckerberg saw that the world was heading toward mobile and they needed to rapidly reinvent their business or it would soon die. So part of the solution there was famously buying instagram. which was a mobile first application but part of it was resigning engineers and staffing them with the task of can their Golden Goose essentially in order to figure out how to find a way to fit advertisements onto an APP. Made a phone so and they were able to do this, and that.

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"john huber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:38 min | 9 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Organ is one of the science city curates. From Austin, Texas Doctor John Huber joining us on what could be the last Tuesday night cap ever. Although I'm I'm trying to look optimistically at the future and saying yes, there will be more but Dr Hubert will move forward. Definitely. Absolutely. So, Dr Huber. Let me ask you this and I ask you every week. Just because in the last month, Texas has been designated as a hot spot for Cove in 19 Is there? Ah, Is there a lot of terror going on there? Because of the coat, Corona virus and hospitals. You're in hospitals all the time, and I see you beds. They're being overwhelmed. We keep on being told about the record number of cases. What's going on? Are people dying in the streets in Texas? Off covert 19 death rate. The death rate is dropping significantly. Still still dropping. Still dropping. You know, I had a medical issue. You an I told you about last week. I was in the hospital for a couple of days. And I spent almost the whole day sitting in the emergency room, and there were four patients the whole time I was there it and not one of them was Cove it two of them or were drunk cousins who got into a knife fight with each other on DH myself and then two other than the two of the other four were psych patients who are off their medication. There were no code patients who can't be there. There were plenty of bed there. The hospital was actually pretty slow. You don't say that when you're in a hospital. That jinx, you know, you really, You know, you know a lot of this stuff. Most hospitals run at around 80 to 90%. Capacities there. I see you, and they're hot and they're murder. Well, if they don't if they don't, they're losing money, right? Absolutely. Absolutely. So, you know when you hear a nin crease 10 to 13%. My hospital is about 13%. Kobe patients in it both between the two of them think they're each about 13%. You know, all of a sudden that 80 or 85% looks like it's 97% and they haven't opened up in their rooms and in the overflow stuff. We're actually very well prepared for anything that the death rate is going down. And if you compare this between the two previous situations Here in Texas, 12 months, each one out 2018 2019 2019 2020 Both years they had less than 300,000 people were tested for the flu. And in both situations. In 2018 2019 we lost 11,000 people here in the state of Texas to the flute and play 1920 20. We lost 10,000 people. Now that being said we started testing in January, the state of Texas now has tested 2.5 million people for code. Wow, and we only have 3000 people dead. So when you look at those numbers, the reality of it is we're just testing more people now, you know, And, you know, we just got a call from, you know, you call me earlier, and I asked you to give me a few more minutes because we got Several calls like right in the road from people who I've got cove it and like that, and they're all telling us how you know they went home. And three days later, they were getting a clean bill of health. We were able to go back on vacation and things like this. And then unfortunately, one way haven't acquaintance, Tio. Has a 53 year old daughter who died in the coffin yet so we got to follow up on that. But it wasn't Cove it she was actually had been at work today and then talk to people on the phone that evening, and then Stop. It didn't make any report in the next two days, And then they said the police out it was you and found her and she had died. So I don't know if you've heard about this but a friend of mine who went up for his yearly checkup. In fact, a week ago today for his physical, he's yearly physical. He's examined by a doctor, a try health, which is one of the health organizations in this area, and the doctor told him as he was giving him his examination, he said. You know, we've been told from the top from the administration that we're told the line. As long as we're wearing a white try health smug and he said confidentially, we get $3900 from insurance for every case of covert. We claim positive. So there's a financial incentive. Have you heard about any of this? Yes. Okay. And I I You know, I don't want to that. I heard of it. Yeah, I've heard of it. I've seen Ah. Patients that has positive for color would be denied of something else that had that put on their birth certificate on there underneath. Other dancer to get Yeah, yeah are on their deaths. Viviane had families come to me with a death certificate and they're going. You know, Grandfather was in stage cancer have been fighting for eight years. Why did you put Cove it down there and I'm like I didn't do that. You know? Well, what? What's the purpose of that? Just financial? You know, your friend may be completely correct. I have no idea. I just know that There's something fishy in Denmark. Oh, that There's a lot fishy with this on DH. It more and more stinks of Political fish rotting crawl here we talked about last week. How? How the test here in Texas for antibodies, we're going into our list of active Viral, You know, riots and and the CDC. Kind of. Well, you know, you guys found out. I'm sorry. We'll fix that. There's investigative reporter named Jack Windsor in Ohio, who found that If you test positive for covert 19 once they're going to test you again, And if you test positive again, they counted as two separate cases. How about that? Absolutely. This kind of nonsense is going on. It's just amazing. Well, you know, and it's a higher pay grade than I am. And I mean, I've got I've got some ideas. I got some theories. I doing what I do. I get to talk to a lot of people. I don't know what's right. I haven't been able to verify anything. I just know it's not It's not right. It's not in the best interest of the country, and it's not the crisis that they're making it out to be. Would you agree? You know any death? Any death of serious But yes, I agree with you, Dr. John Huber, as always, Ah, pleasure. A wonderful time to know somebody with his much analogies you have and we get along great, and we will continue to do that, whether I do night caps or not, But in fact, I'll probably be talking to you later this week just to see what kind of bourbon great Dr John Huber amazing as always on the nightcap on 700 WLW news, traffic and weather. Use Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati A dozen Ohio counties under a masked man date with other city and county leaders taking action as well..

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09:07 min | 11 months ago

"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well this is our with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs a nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and he also does stand up what he is he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City can you reveal anything about what's going on doctor you whisper something about it's an interesting one you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just asked me to keep my mouth shut I want to it is so hard not to say anything yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that the it's just juicy and people around me might kill me and that actually is so that we might kill me so you know everyone you said it not me getting back to our our topics and and we'll four in ten adults say they work too much and they just can't stop now more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things I listen we feel like we're just going to lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm going to compete so I'm going to be able to produce more and you know you got your kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that or you want a new car your wife's complaining about her car is on its last leg how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects and you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking about the average person for of those forty percent for a living or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things that I and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call and if you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing it just like when you're when you're dieting I'm eating so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your boss's desk in there some remains there and in your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what do you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that's going to take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still sick some of that behavior the other thing is you know if you have a it's the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting that their spouses are their doctor and also well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problems are I thought the guy does stand up he's got that funny really thank you think about it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take your yourself physically you know take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is overall brings us back to what we always thought we talk about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more Jim do more than the other but sometimes it's due last obviously food social media but sometimes you gotta figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely is a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose inches because you're honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the body set to drop weight your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure that maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major gyms out there even the minor ones have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reach their peak for being miserable asks everyone guess what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole mid life crisis you know that people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this well you know it it does make sense with a mid life crisis what I'm curious about is there's a peak it or or you know get it's worse than forty seven then start getting batters to just stay that way until you're eighty five nine years old let's go back down that I hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our lives that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know sell yours aren't failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always tried to lead people is something that makes him smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile to in this more in the numbers to go with this guy who did this from Dartmouth found that it's more on what thirty two countries right and also male and female I like doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention to what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I mean trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it's it's something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on and and sign their own way in the world that they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and get into that everyday kids laugh in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a laughing crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and eat I can't help but think talk we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids have left the nasco and maybe we're at the end of our the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I've gotten it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask him about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American terms with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this sometimes life is wonderful and sometimes it's not cherish the good but always be prepared for life's challenges I would health care we provide the peace of mind you deserve with private health care you'll get the coverage you want and health.

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"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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08:55 min | 1 year ago

"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well this is our with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs his nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and they also need to stand up he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City can you reveal anything about what's going on Dr no you whisper something about it's an interesting one you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just asked me to keep my mouth shut I want to do is so are not to say anything yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that it's just juicy and people around me might kill me and that actually is yes but that he might kill me is with him so it only everyone you said it not only getting back to our our topics and and more for intended dealt say they work too much and they just can't stop now more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things are missing we feel like we're just gonna lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm going to compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got your kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that or you want a new car your wife's complain about her car is on its last leg how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects in you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking about the average person for of those forty percent for a living or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things done and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call and if you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing it just like when you're when you're dieting are meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your boss's desk and there's some remains there and in your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what do you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on it how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that it's gonna take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still six on that behavior the other thing is you know if you have a it's the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting that their spouses are their doctor in Austin yeah well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problems are I thought I think I just stand up he's got a when you really think about it if you can make it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take care yourself physically you know take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is over all and brings us back to what we always thought we talk about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more jam do more than the other but sometimes it's due last obviously food social media but sometimes you gotta figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely it's a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose interest because you know honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the money set to drop weight your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure that maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major gyms out there even the minor ones have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reach their peak for being miserable asks everyone guess what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole midlife crisis you know the the times people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this you know it it does make sense with a mid life crisis what I'm curious about it there's a peak it or or you know get it's worse in forty seven and start getting batters to just stay that way until you're eighty five ninety years old let's go back down that hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our life that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know failures are failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always tried to lead people is something that makes me smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile this morning the numbers to go with this guy who did this Dartmouth found that it's worldwide a hundred thirty two countries right no male and female alike doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention to what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I mean trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it is something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on and and sign their own way in the world that they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and and do that every day kids laughed in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a laughing crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and I can't help but think dark we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids have left the nasco and maybe we're at the end of the bar of the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I thought it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask him about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American terms with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this sometimes life and sometimes it's.

Dr John Huber New York City
"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well this is our with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs a nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and he also does stand up what he's he's up hosting his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City can you reveal anything about what's going on Dr no you whisper something about it's an interesting one you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just can we keep our mouths shut I want to do is so are not to say anything yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that the it's just juicy and people around me might kill me and that actually is so that we might kill me is with him so you know everyone you said it not me getting back to our our topics and and more four in ten adults say they work too much and they just can't stop now more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things are missing we feel like we're just going to lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm going to compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got your kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that or you want a new car your wife's complain about her car is on its last leg how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects in you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking about the average person for of those forty percent for a living or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things done and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call and if you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing it just like when you're when you're dieting OR meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your boss's desk and there's some elements there and then your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what do you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on it how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that's going to take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still sick some of that behavior the other thing is you know if you have the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting that their spouses are their doctor in Austin yeah well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at is like really crazy I don't know what the problems are I thought the guy does stand up he's got a money really thank you thank you if you can make it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take care yourself physically you know take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is over all and brings us back to what we always thought we talk about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more Jim do more than the other but sometimes it's due last obviously food social media but sometimes you gotta figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely is a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose inches here honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the money set to drop weight your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure that maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major gyms out there even the Marlins have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reach their peak for being miserable asks everyone guess what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole midlife crisis you know that people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this well you know it it does make sense with a mid life crisis what I'm curious about it there's a peak it or or you know get its worst in forty seven then start getting batters to just stay that way until you're eighty five ninety years old let's go back down that hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our lives that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know sell yours aren't failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always tried to lead people is something that makes me smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile more in the numbers to go with this guy who did this from Dartmouth found that it's more on what thirty two countries right and also male and female I like doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or as your you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention to what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I've been trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm down but it's it's it's something that even if they're not really listening to me now I hope when they move on and and find their own way in the world that they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and get into that everyday kids laugh in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a lasting crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year turns off or anything and it's not too late and eat I can't help but think dark we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids have left the nest and maybe we're at the end of our of the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I thought it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask for some tips about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American terms with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this thousands of people contact InventHelp monthly about their invention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you.

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"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Well this is our with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs a nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and he also does stand up what he is he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City can you reveal anything about what's going on doctor you whisper something about it's an interesting one you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just asked me to keep my mouth shut I want to it is so hard not to say anything yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that it's just juicy and people around me might kill me and that actually is yes we might kill me so you know everyone you said it not me getting back to our our topics and and we'll four in ten adults say they work too much and they just can't stop now is this more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things unless we feel like we're just going to lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm going to compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got two kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that or you want a new car you was complaining about her car is on its last leg how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects in you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking about the average person for of those forty percent for a living or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to what kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things done and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call and if you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing it just like when you're when you're dieting OR meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your boss's desk and there's some elements there and then your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what do you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that's going to take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still six on that behavior the other thing is you know if you have a it's the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting that their spouses are their doctor in Austin yeah well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problems are I thought the guy doesn't stand up he's got a when you really think about it if you can make it right you know life is way too short finds in the last right it right all the way to the bank your yourself physically you know take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is over all and brings us back to what we are we shall we talk about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and do you know do more Jim do more this that and the other but sometimes it's due last obviously food social media but sometimes you gotta figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely is a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose inches because you know honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the money set to drop weight your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure that maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major gyms out there even the Marlins have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reaching their peak for being miserable asks everyone guess what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole midlife crisis so you know that people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this well you know it it does make sense with the midlife crisis what I'm curious about it there's a peak it or or you know get its worst in forty seven then start getting batters to just stay that way until you're eighty five nine years old let's go back down that so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our lives that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know failures are failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always tried to lead people is something that makes me smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile this morning the numbers to go with this guy who did this from Dartmouth found that it's worldwide thirty two countries right so male and female I like doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four are you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention to what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I've been trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it's it's something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on and and find their own way in the world that they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and and do that every day kids laugh in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a lasting crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and you I cannot but think dark we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids left the nasco and maybe we're at the end of the bar of the spectrum on our in our career and lead single this is far as I thought it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask them to about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American terms with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this thousands of people contact InventHelp monthly about their intention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent instead help now best.

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Chairman, U. S. And John Huber discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Chairman, U. S. And John Huber discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"A major heat wave is expected to make two thirds of the nation through this weekend with forecasters calling for temperatures to soar across much of the central and eastern U. S. extreme heat doesn't just worse than the physical health of people with mental health diagnoses it can also exacerbate their existing mental health conditions analysis from doctor John Huber clinical forensic psychologist and chairman of a nonprofit called mainstream mental health John what happens here so our stress level in general when we sleep our bodies actually like to drop in and temperature and it helps with sleep better and

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"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But Google doctor Dr John Huber, and he's he's active on social media as well. Now, doc, we've got this hashtag metoo movement. We've got this phrase toxic masculinity. And they've conjoined for this story about Gillette, which is sort of chastising men in a new commercial. What is happening? Well, they're going after masculinity, and they're trying to make it out. Like, it is the reason for every problem we have and unfortunately, real masculinity is not about just being a bully and strong. It's also bad about compassion and love and caring. And if we look at the actual data if you have a single family home, and there's not a male figure involved in that your child is eighty percent eighty times more likely to do time behind bars. And if you have a dual family home, you don't get that, even if it's two lesbians, gay or two standard traditional parents. You don't get that reaction time, but a single family home men good strong men can actually help and guide people. And then you have the compassion of the mother and the nurturing their and they work together to foster. Inappropriately social individual compassionate, and cares about about his friends, family other human beings. And also is they're willing to follow societal rules and goals and strife for better life for everybody. And you know, it's okay to be feminine. It's okay to be masculine. We we complement each other. So. This is getting a lot of traction a lot of people are complaining about people complaining about talks, a toxic masculinity. And I gotta tell you. We did a segment on this a few months back, and I was trying to look up just what it meant. And all it sounded like was just some jumble of words, if someone in their ivory tower, a college campus made up extremely liberal that's trying to take away people being a boy or being a girl exactly, and we have gender types, and we have actual sex roles that we have men because of their genetic makeup tend to be stronger women tend to be more fragile doesn't mean that they're weaker or that they're less important or not as important, whatever we have to work with our strings and work together to make this world, a better place, and by beating up either sex is not a way to go about doing that. And what we need to go. After other bullies. We need to go after the people who just. Don't bother to fire. Follow society's rules. What society thinks we should be doing. I mean, you know, you don't you don't push people over in line at the grocery store. It doesn't matter if you're male or female and to turn around and say all of a sudden at that makes you masculine to push somebody over I cry foul. If toxic masculinity is being a bully or being an abuser jerk. We get it. Don't do it. Right. Amen. Exactly. Real quick. Let's just go back to do. We have the suicide hotline for veterans and anyone who might be suffering from anything right now. Doc, I know we've got about thirty seconds. But you've been working on this ketamine treatment national suicide prevention lifeline, one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five twenty seconds. But how is that coming? I know you just might want to tell people get help reach out. If you think you need it get help reach out ketamine has benefits for some.

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"john huber" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Yahoo news C C. It's here to stay. Story. It's exactly the same story. Yeah. I was I was thinking of somebody else. But you're exactly right. That is what happened. What what was what were you thinking of? Oh, you know, another Austin I down here kind of a shock radio person who's been recently removed from social media. I won't say his name because I don't want to propagate him any. But we can I can tell you who he is off here does his first name start with an owl an with an x possibly. Yes. Yes. You're you're. And then his last name starts with a and ends with an I'm not sure I you know, it's plausible. But I'm not certain. Yes. Thank you for tuning into info wars with Dr John Huber on the Bill Cunningham show, Dr Hubert as always happy new year. And thank you for spending. Some guys. Oh, happy new year goodie. And man, I appreciate you have me on you. Always do an amazing job. I love being on there. And and we actually talked about serious things tonight. That was your guy you are one of the primary reasons outside of my wife, and my cat Brooks that I'm looking forward to twenty nineteen because I know we will speak again. It's going to be an amazing year for everybody. I think I think twenty nineteen have a lot of surprises in store. I I think we're going to look back and go man what an amazing year twenty nineteen nineteen minutes. Pray. They're good surprises. Doctor huber. Thank you very much more than a minute on the Bill Cunningham show..

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"john huber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"By at, least one measure of the average American now takes less vacation than at medieval peasant what's, the resistance, well overworking can, cause serious, health problems after all analysis from Dr John Huber, clinical forensic psychologist Dr was wrong with us Well. I think, in today's work environment we have a lot of. A lot of advantages you know it is a capitalist society we do get rewarded by. Efforts so people are trying to make. Things end in a. Positive way for them you know we all want to look forward to? That day we can retire to and visit the, coast of Costa Rica or maybe the Dominican sometime but the reality of it is worse still kind of play what happens if my boss. Finds somebody better when I'm gone or, what if when I take off for those two weeks they realize they really don't need my person being there and they can function without me. Especially when they're trying to keep their company's profitable so we're getting this double edged sword and it's very difficult for a lot of Americans to let go of work long enough to unwind and discharge. And get back? On, their feet I remember a couple of years ago doing a story about how companies actually pushing people to use those Days and probably for some of these mental health reasons that That you cite definitely you know it definitely Dante It gives you a different perspective that, oftentimes panel refreshes projects that you've been working on you kinda feel like you're stuck in and taking that that break. Off for a period of time is very beneficial that way it lowers things like. Blood, pressure gets, those under control And. You know we're we're still kind of like okay I'll take a. Friday off or I'll take the money off take a three day weekend we're still afraid, because we've gone through some difficulty economic times now they're turning around we're starting to see some very positive things.

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Feel Better With More Sunshine

Today's Health And Wellness

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Feel Better With More Sunshine

"Know it seems that america has a growing depression problem psychologist john huber says a simple lack of sunlight could be the trouble for some people getting sunlight is very significant in fact study done recently by blue cross blue shield so there was an increase in every state except for hawaii for the percentage of of depression that we've had out there and that may be the main cause right there and he says the seattle area is one of the worst for depression probably because it's cloudy and rainy all the time but dr huber says don't be fooled sunlight can't help everybody there are lots of causes for depression we experience it for different reasons the significant loss of the loved one or something like that as well as just the neurochemical problem that people think of as the mental health issue of any also says being angry at the world for different things that that's one of the theories behind it and other theory behind is that there is a disaligned of your neuro chemical transmitters in your brain serotonin norepinephrine and or dopamine and he says that depression is rising fastest among american teenagers he says if you're feeling depressed or you know a loved one who is depressed it's time to see a mental health professional

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Pfizer to Postpone Some Drug Price Increases

Orlando's Morning News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Pfizer to Postpone Some Drug Price Increases

"And i'm rika puteaux strong words for president trump in brussels to meet with leaders at the nato summit this week the america appreciate your life after all you don't have that many european council president donald tusk sharply criticizing the president's recent comments attacking some fellow nato members for not meeting the spending standard senate majority leader mitch mcconnell hoping to get the new supreme court nominee brad kavanagh confirmed by the fall president really could not have done a better job of picking an extraordinarily well qualified nominee democrats vowing to fight kavanagh's nomination you're listening to the seventy m expanded news feed hombre computer we bring you fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic and the best part no commercials drugmaker pfizer is undoing price hikes after the company's ceo spoke with president trump the company explained the move saying it's giving the president a chance to work on his health care plan that he promises will reduce healthcare and drug prices peiser increased costs for some of its drugs at the start of this month but now those drugs will go back to prejuly first prices soon as possible on twitter president trump praised pfizer calling a great news for americans that's brian shook reporting all twelve boys and their coach rescued from a cave in thailand now recovering in a hospital as a sign of gratitude the boys may go and live as monks is a right of passage in this part of the world that is quite common for young boys to go down that path training is but it's monk's time and then before kind of going back out into kind of regular life but meditation was actually a big part of how they survive in here we spoke to friends of that coach he trained as a monk when he was younger his he lost his whole family sadly and so was orphaned and trained as a monk and so the idea of meditation spirituality reporter james longman continuing our team coverage mental health experts say the thai boys are likely to face flashbacks nightmares and post traumatic stress disorder texas psychologist john huber says ptsd can show up months from now these kids need to be monitored that whole time and looking for signs of depression withdraw reliving that occurrence he also says it's likely some will be afraid of the dark you need lights on when they sleep time jamie dupree your washington watchdog and this is where orlando turns first for breaking news weather and.

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"john huber" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"You bring onto the show clinic forensic psychologist dr john huber we talk about how we don't talk about mental illness enough in the united states and finally we're starting to to do that more and on this show anything i can do to shed a light on any aspect of it i absolutely available to do that and i've told many many people that today we're gonna talk about anxiety irritability and the fact that that might be one of the first warning signs of depression in kids dot thanks so much for coming on okay thanks for having me on i'm i'm glad that you're doing this this is what we need so talk about that how wise that one of the first warning signs and how can you tell well kids in general you know they they can understand everything we say but they're learning how to talk until they don't have the kind of vocabulary that we have and they don't understand their emotions so it comes out and agitation they know they don't feel right so they pester other people and stimulate confrontation and a lot of times it even shows up like like they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder so you have as a doctor you have to try to differentiate between that that's gotta be tough sometimes because there must be some similarities oh definitely similarities you know we're always looking for that irritability with depression anyhow even adults but when kids can't vocalise what's going on it's really hard so as a doctor what do you do to try to pull that out of kids well you know a lot of it has to do with the developmental maturity of kids when i'm when i'm doing therapy with with kids if you walked in you might be surprised to find me on the ground coloring on the floor with with my patients and and playing blocks and lincoln logs and trying to get them to express themselves in ways that the is easier for them to do that yeah and that's tried and true kind of therapy isn't it definitely definitely it's why.

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"john huber" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on WDRC

"And fourteen seventy the talk of connecticut dr john huber austin texas forensic psychologist and all about the shootings that have been going on and we've been wanting to do this for a long time and delighted to have the doctor with us good morning sir good morning and thank you for having me on no i'll tell you something this is something that has been bothering me to no end and it just seems everybody is is going through this the woman who that we're talking about naseem dom and after she did what she was out doing for youtuber then she then she shot herself what is the reason dr what is the reason there are so many shootings like this in america today well you know there there's a lot of angst in our country and concern about this but if we look at the actual types of shootings these mass shootings or the school shootings the the actual numbers are about one tenth of one percent of all the homicides that go on in this country every year so they're not that many the problem is therefore riddick there at places where we expect to be safe and we put our children out there we go to work and we believe were you know going to work to provide for our families and a hits us at such a vulnerable place that it seems like it's just everywhere and the reality of it is it's really not now is it is it is a life changing when that stuff happens definitely i'm not i'm not trying to minimize the impact of has but the reality of it is the numbers are not you know people should be more outraged at what goes on in chicago every weekend people should be more outraged people are dying by the thousands every week because they're texting while they're driving you know as opposed to the actual numbers are going on there shooters share common characteristics and if so what are they well with the exception of what what what had happened with the female shooter at youtube what you know in two thousand two thousand fourteen we had one hundred and sixty mass shootings six of those involved women as none of those to my belief or understanding involved solitaire women like the youtube shooter so that was a very extreme case but the one thing that seems to be across the.

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"john huber" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I'm telling you this and lining out the distinction between investigators and prosecutors because sessions would not assign a federal prosecutor if there were a reason to prosecute why would he waste this time it doesn't make any sense my guests here week at allied is that the investigators found substantial evidence of crimes folks i'm not talking about administrative mishaps little white lies i'm talking about actual crimes hence the reason sessions has already assigned the prosecutor by the name name became public last night john huber tony can't research in the media yourself who is a prosecutor from utah also convenient which is that that's outside of the beltway number one so there's not going to be at least any allegations of inside the beltway leaking or corruption and another interesting thing about huber and you may say i don't get this i don't see how this is a positive huber is an obama holdover that was reappointed by sessions you may say ten how the heck is that good news i think sessions is five steps ahead of everybody on this i know a bet my reputation on this letter wanna be disappointed but i guarantee you he knows huber's i don't know huber again i would never spend your wheels i this guy one hundred percent never met him in my life i've never heard of them before yesterday matter of fact i saw him on tv i've never even seen him anywhere if you have a picture of me and john huber send it my way is i don't know where he is but the consensus at least opinion amongst people who do know him and i bet amongst jeff sessions as well given the reason he was reappointed even though he was an obama appointee is probably that he's a relatively nonpartisan guy the fact that he's a nonpartisan guy and then obama holdover i believe is one of the.

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"john huber" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"john huber" Discussed on WLOB

"Prosecutor john huber out of utah looking into the allegations sessions writing in part quote i'm confident mr uber's review will include a full complete an objective evaluation of these matters in a manner that is consistent with the law and the facts i receive regular updates from mr uber and upon the conclusion of his review will receive his recommendations as to whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened whether any matters currently under investigation required further resources or whether any matters merit the appointment of a special counsel fox's at henry in washington but session saying he is leaving the door open just in case russia should not act like the victim nat from state department spokeswoman heather nauert after moscow expelled sixty american diplomats this all coming after the poisoning of a former russian spy and his daughter in great britain there is no justification for the russian response our actions were motivated purely by the attack on the united kingdom the attack on a british citizen and his daughter british prime minister theresa may is accused russia of poisoning the father and daughter the us and many european countries standing with great britain and expelling russian diplomats in their countries deported us army veteran getting us citizenship after california governor jerry brown pardoned him for a criminal offense and he sued to regain permission to live in the us lawyers for hector barabbas say they were told that he should attend a naturalization ceremony next month barabbas was convicted in twenty two thousand two of shooting at an occupied dwelling or vehicle but was pardoned by brown last year who noted his distinguished military service fox news fair and balanced.

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