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Fresh update on "miller" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:43 min | 11 min ago

Fresh update on "miller" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"It has been a difficult time, but I believe your hard work will do more than you know, in getting our society back on its feet. The governor said the school year needs to start with options for parents so they could choose between school room or online learning for their kids. I'm Rory O'Neill, Pasco County students return August 24th but the United School employees of Pasco County wants the district await. The group filed a lawsuit against the Pascoe school board and the superintendent, saying it's too early and went virtual only learning offered until the number of covert 19 Faces start to trend downward. Rachel Miller is our high school social studies teacher, she tells news Channel eight. Her classes are packed and she's worried about trying to maintain social distancing. We can't even hold. You know faculty meetings in person because it's not safe. So what are we going back? The school district has not commented on the lawsuit. Doctors with the Duval County Health Department are concerned by the low number of Children who have received their regular vaccinations. In the past year, The department records show. Half of the counties four year olds and almost 30% of five year olds have not been vaccinated for measles, mumps and rubella. Amenity County sheriff's deputy and an Army Reserve member, are among 16 people and the latest sting operation targeting child predators in Hillsborough County. Undercover detectives posed as young Children and were contacted by the suspects online. And on social media with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad..

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Va. attorney general outlines plans for police reform during discussion with faith leaders

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 16 hrs ago

Va. attorney general outlines plans for police reform during discussion with faith leaders

"Continue around the country about the role of police officers in the community and police reform. And in Virginia yesterday, faith leaders joined the discussion leadership at the right level. We don't do leadership a lot at the patrol officer or a deputy sheriff chief Kenneth Miller of the Petersburg Police Department talk during Virginian speak a dialogue on policing reform community and law enforcement in Virginia. A virtual discussion, co sponsored by the Virginia attorney general's Office and the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church. He said he believes the officers on the streets are not getting the training they need actually going into communities and your problems are engaging

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Fresh update on "miller" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:41 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "miller" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Was 97. Francis. Chicago's progressive Talk. 8:20 a.m. Bt Widows brings a 20 DOTCOM where Facts matter This isn't about politics. This isn't about prejudice or passionate prejudgment or anything. It's about the presentation of the facts. It's about preserving our constitution. It's about patriotism. That is what this is PT 8 20 Facts matter very radio. Most people don't realize the correlation between science, religion of magic and how they kind of stem from each other and perceive our world around us is being mostly scientific and mostly ingrained in science. Yet majority. The world is still pretty religious, and there are even plenty of scientists who follow our religion or have a belief in God. I think theory Radio with Damian for do Saturdays at 6 p.m. You cpt 8 20 You're never completely ready.

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Lebanese call for an uprising after protests rocked Beirut

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Lebanese call for an uprising after protests rocked Beirut

"Since a powerful explosion devastated Beirut, killing more than 160 people and injuring more than 6000. Dozens are still missing. Correspondent Gordana Miller reports. Ongoing street protests call for political reform Anger is still rife in the streets of Beirut, despite the resignation of the Lebanese prime minister and his government protesters and many residents say the political move doesn't go far enough in addressing years of endemic corruption and negligence, but they say culminated The horrifying blast one week ago. More protests are expected calls growing louder now for the resignation of President Michelle Own documents show own was warned. As recently as July about the dangers of the ammonium nitrate stored at the port that is just weeks before it exploded. The Lebanese

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Fresh "miller" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "miller" from 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"84 more people get their news from 10 10 wins than from any of the radio station in the nation. Sarah Miller is our service. A Jim Maloney, the editor, I'm Paul James. All news all the time. Thiss is 10 10 wins. You give us 22 minutes. We'll give you the world. Good morning. 79 degrees. At one o'clock on this Thursday, the 13th of August I'm Lane majority. And here's what's happening in 18 year old man stabbed and set ablaze in broad daylight in the Bronx. Kamala Harris joins Joe Biden for their first appearance as the Democratic tickets New Corona virus concerns in Sunset Park Brooklyn. Lousy awards. He's getting closer to 22,000 layoffs if he's not given help by the feds or allowed to borrow money by the state. Sense and winds. Thank you Weather. Partly cloudy, warm and humid overnight lows 74 later today, more clowns and sundown is warm but still quite human shower.

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Lebanon Prime Minister and Government Step Down After Beirut Explosion

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Lebanon Prime Minister and Government Step Down After Beirut Explosion

"Week since a powerful explosion devastated Beirut, killing more than 160 people and injuring more than 6000. Dozens are still missing. Correspondent Giordano Miller reports. Ongoing street protests call for political reform Anger is still rife in the streets of Beirut, despite the resignation of the Lebanese prime minister and his government protesters and many residents say the political move doesn't go far enough in addressing years of endemic corruption and negligence, but they say culminated in the hole. Verifying blast one week ago. More protests are expected calls growing louder now for the resignation of President Michelle Own documents show own was warned as recently as July about the dangers of the ammonium nitrate stored at the port that is just weeks before it exploded. Lebanese government has rejected calls for an international investigation.

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As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too

Morning Edition

04:28 min | 2 d ago

As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too

"Has been devastating college finances and some of them are even on the brink of closing. What does that mean for college towns? Frank Morris of member Station has this look. Att one rural college community. Lots of towns across rule. America are in steep decline, but tiny Sterling Kansas is an island of vitality. Ah, pleasant Tuesday evening, a local gospel quintet entertains folks spread out on lawn chairs in a large tidal park. This town is anchored by Sterling College, a private evangelical Christian school, founded in 18 87. College senior Cuyler calmly calls it one big partnership. There's just so much overlap in community supports the college to college supports the community. You know, you just see how everything's intertwined. This remote town of 2200 boasts good schools, white collar jobs and a healthy downtown. College students, faculty and staff breathed life into the place, same as they do for hundreds of other little college towns across the country. But students left here in March and they haven't come back. Criminal justice Professor Mark Tremain is worried. I think the bottom line is we've got to get students back to campus. If we're going to survive. I think we have to accept whatever the risks are and do it. Starting college depends on about 500 students paying up to $26,000 a year tuition and another eight or nine grand for room and board. Sterling College President Scott Rich says the school like many others, scrapes by from year to year. We're always dependent upon enrollment always depended upon that next year, always dependent upon persistence or retention. We have to get students to come back. And we're dealing with a lot of challenges. Most schools now face daunting decisions. Scott Carlson follows the rolling crisis for the Chronicle of Higher Education. I think some of the people I know are looking at hundreds of college is going out of business within the next several years if this pandemic continues, and if the economic devastation associated with it continues, small liberal arts colleges have been shaky. For years, Enrollments have slumped down mints have been tapped. Many schools have piled on debt in a building fueled by competition for students. Most offer classes online, but online classes don't pay the bills. Most small schools survived by providing an expensive high touch in person College experience, and Carlson says the pandemic is shredding that business model. These colleges are Unique little entities all on their own, and each one of them provides a unique spin on higher education At Sterling College. The foundation is Christianity, but football is came. Workers here putting the final touches on a big Jim classroom in office complex. Many students enroll here for the chance to play college sports. It's a major selling point. About 1/4 of the students attending in person are on the football team. That's right 1/4 but sporting events could be major vectors for disease. And Jed Miller, who's finishing his degree it's early online next year, says That's another vulnerability. If Cove it defeats the athletics season this year. It will probably defeat a lot of small colleges and as a result heard a lot of small towns. Badly. While small college towns tend to be some of the healthiest communities in remote rural areas, the colleges those towns depend on now pose a physical danger to residence. Christina Darn hours a family practice doctor in sterling, the college probably is the most dangerous. Element for us in terms of covert. Shit. Potentially brings back students from all over the US who have variable levels of exposure across the country. Small colleges and college towns faced the same dilemma over opening, but not everyone thinks that's all bad. Richard Price at the Clayton Christians and Institute argues that the pandemic will lead to better online classes and more equitable schools. The traditional model. It was originally for the landed elite. And it wasn't sure all genders. It wasn't for all races, and that is slowly getting phased out. Along with some older business models that aren't fitting well, and price thinks many small colleges will adapt. Lots of them have cheated death before. There's no question the pandemic will close a number of American colleges and unravel small college towns along the way for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris.

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Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

IRG Health Talk

01:04 min | 3 d ago

Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

"Defend defend many many many many planning planning planning planning to to voice voice to to their their voice voice support support their their support support Today Today at at Today Today two two different different at at two two rallies rallies different different rallies rallies before before tomorrow's tomorrow's before before tomorrow's tomorrow's City City Council Council City City Council Council vote vote vote vote for for the the future future for for the the future future of of the the Seattle Seattle of of the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Police Police Department, Department, Department, Department, the the Seattle Seattle the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Police Police Officers Officers Officers Officers Guild Guild holding Guild Guild holding a rally a rally President President of that of guild, that guild, speaking speaking with Cuomo with Cuomo news news just just late last late last month. month. This is This serious. is serious. This is This about is public about public safety safety issues issues that right that right now. now. We have a We fringe have a fringe majority majority of the Seattle of the Seattle City Council City Council that are being that are being run run by unreasonable by unreasonable activist. activist. That's That's Mike Mike Solan. Solan. He says. He says. The quote The quote ignored ignored majority majority is against is against such a such plan a plan and those and who those want who want to see to it see go it through, go through, like Marc like Marc Anthony. Anthony. They also They also planned planned to be to downtown. be downtown. What we're What we're going down going there down to there express to express to them to is them that is way, that way, See this See this system system of law of enforcement law enforcement that America that America has relied has relied on for on hundreds for hundreds of years? of years? As a As a racist racist problem. problem. That's almost That's Cole almost Miller, Cole Miller, now at 10 now a.m. at 10 Tomorrow a.m. Tomorrow to select to select Budget Committee Budget Committee will Mito will Mito either hold either hold or approve or approve the final the final ordinance. ordinance. If it's If approved, it's approved, the ordnance the ordnance will then will be presented then be presented to the full to Council the full Council at about at 2 about p.m. 2 p.m. potential potential final final vote vote could happen could happen later in later the afternoon. in the afternoon. Of course, Of coma course, news coma will be news will be watching closely all day tomorrow in the fight against Cove

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Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

IRG Health Talk

01:01 min | 3 d ago

Rally planned to show support for Seattle police

"Defend defend many many planning planning to to voice voice their their support support Today Today at at two two different different rallies rallies before before tomorrow's tomorrow's City City Council Council vote vote for for the the future future of of the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Department, Department, the the Seattle Seattle Police Police Officers Officers Guild Guild holding a rally President of that guild, speaking with Cuomo news just late last month. This is serious. This is about public safety issues that right now. We have a fringe majority of the Seattle City Council that are being run by unreasonable activist. That's Mike Solan. He says. The quote ignored majority is against such a plan and those who want to see it go through, like Marc Anthony. They also planned to be downtown. What we're going down there to express to them is that way, See this system of law enforcement that America has relied on for hundreds of years? As a racist problem. That's almost Cole Miller, now at 10 a.m. Tomorrow to select Budget Committee will Mito either hold or approve the final ordinance. If it's approved, the ordnance will then be presented to the full Council at about 2 p.m. potential final vote could happen later in the afternoon. Of course, coma news will be

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Thousands of Israelis join in renewed anti-Netanyahu protests

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Thousands of Israelis join in renewed anti-Netanyahu protests

"Netanyahu continues to face a widespread public backlash over his response to the Cove it 19 pandemic. This is on top of the weekly protests over Netanyahu's refusal to step down during his corruption trial. And now we're learning there is a possibility of 1/4 election unless he relents and signs a new budget under an agreement with his coalition partner, we get more from ABC store Donna Miller. She's in Jerusalem, a new record set. Here in Jerusalem as 20,000 Israelis came out to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu amid the leftists and centrist more evidence this week of Netanyahu's based turning on him over what they see as his failed economic response to Cove in 19 1 sign using Netanyahu's nickname Red. I'm right wing and I'm against Bebe, a new poll shows a whopping 49% of voters for Netanyahu's Likud Party identify with the economic protests. Giordano Miller, ABC

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Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully

The Great Outdoors

00:23 sec | 4 d ago

Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully

"Reopen following the Koven 19 quarantine, But it's not that simple. All school districts in the state, including New York City must submit reopening plans to the State Health Department, which will have final say New York's initial 32 page reopening proposal was criticised by the teacher's union and others for a lack of testing and lax safety standards. Fox's David Lee Miller, America is listening to Fox.

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Montgomery County public schools to do remote learning for entire first semester

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

Montgomery County public schools to do remote learning for entire first semester

"Official kids in Montgomery County public schools will not be stepping foot Inside their school buildings for the first semester. The county school board voted unanimously last night to do remote learning for the entire first semester. The board also canceled falling winter's fourth in July. The superintendent said. The school system will be doing all remote learning. Last night's vote formalizes that the board says it will take a look at Corona virus trends in November to see whether kids can go back to in person learning in this second semester. Montgomery County teachers made their voices heard it Last night's meeting. The Montgomery County Education Association held a speak out at last night's meeting to voice its frustrations after reaching an impasse with the school's system as the union negotiate a new contract. We are inviting the Board of Education to meet with us on Monday, August To work on coming to an agreement with us on our contract. Union director Glenn Miller

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Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

Beyond The Baseline

04:14 min | 6 d ago

Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this with sports illustrated tennis podcast. Sweet. We have two guests, I. We talk with Patrick Rata Glue who of course wears many hats in tennis keeps the Tennis Miller's busy. He's a broadcaster he's a coach. He's a promoter Today we talked to him in two capacities. We talk about the the ultimate tennis showdown that he ran over the past several weeks. This was an attempt by Patrick to speed up tennis, make it faster younger draw a new audience. We talk about what worked what didn't we spoke with him in June and he invited us sort of wouldn't he said we'll do a reassessment when we're done and see what we did well, and what we need to work on, and so we took him up on that so. A conversation about the UTSA ultimate showdown, and then we talk about Serena. Williams. Patrick of course has coached Serena for almost a decade now, and we talk about where she is what she'll need to do to Win that elusive twenty-fourth major He is about to leave niece for Lexington Kentucky from the south of France to the land, of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul but Patrick. is going to meet up with Serena and couture in Lexington on her way to the US. Open to we talk a lot about Serena Williams how she's handling pressure, which he needs to do differently if she were to get to the final and her sort of general disposition during during the Cova crisis. So good conversation that we talked with Andrea Leeann Andras a former top fifteen player. A commentator she also wants did a brief stint as an agent She was at the Greenbrier for the final of World Team Tennessee other day she was sitting courtside. So we talk a bit about tennis and a bit about what the US Open is going to look like under this sort of quasi bubble configuration. So good to good conversation sort of looking back but also looking forward. So let's get started in the south of France with Patrick. So we spoke a few months ago before. Before your events began and we said we would we would check in and you were open to suggestion and you sort of you wanted to hear how this went. So you you tell me first. Grade yourself what what work well. Most of it. I to to see the reality of something you've you've imagined is is amazing. It's an incredible feeling. And it was it was really impressive to see those those great champions play. As. I mean something that was difficult to imagine like play formats. So different from tennis. The accepting to be in such in this comfort zone at the start because it's very different it's very stressful. Is Very difficult in terms of physical because you don't have a lot of time between the much less so he can't recover well. You're so much more stress. To see them go through all that. In a completely new environment All the things that go is the software we had to give up this machine we had to develop for the JEREM buyers day so. I mean. The whole feeling for me was just incredible. To be completely honest, you you you sound to me like you you've written a screenplay and then you've you've actually seen it performed as as a movie. Perfect who put it What did you think first of all, what what did you think of the level play I mean this this was a different environment for the players. They were also coming off along break. What did you think of quality of Tennessee? I think at the start of Utsa one level was really so-so. After a few weekends decided to play well. the one birds for example, who on your gs? One I think is level the first two weekends was wow. Was Far from very far and then. He took off and then he started to play a some of his best tennis I think. Why he won and the level of I think for UTA. Finals. Men and women I. Think the level was really good. I think it was very good tennis. That's I really enjoyed so much watching.

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FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

TIME's Top Stories

02:11 min | 6 d ago

FBI raids California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

"Agents including Swat team served a search warrant at the home of Youtube Star Jake Paul on Wednesday the F. B. I. executed the search warrant starting at six am at the Calabasas California mansion in connection with an ongoing investigation. FBI spokeswoman Laura Miller said in a statement a judge has sealed search warrant affidavit and Miller said, she could not reveal the nature of the investigation or the person it was served on. Paul's Richard Sean failed confirmed the home was. We understand that a search warrant was executed at Jake's Calabasas home this morning while Jake was out of state Schoenfeld said on an email we are still gathering information and will cooperate with the investigation. Video. From local television news helicopters showed agents gathering several rifles from the sprawling property where the boxing ring and a hot tub in the backyard that appears in many of Paul's recent youtube videos. A SWAT team initially entered the property I Miller said, no arrests were made police in Scottsdale Arizona on. Wednesday. said, they were dismissing charges of criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly there against Paul and two others so that a federal criminal investigation can be completed, but they may be refiled later. Paul had been charged there when he appeared on video in June inside a Scottsdale Mall that big crowd of people that broken into looting stores. Paul said in subsequent Youtube video that he had only been looking for people protesting the death of George. Floyd and he did not take part in any of the destruction. Paul twenty-three has over twenty million followers on his youtube channel, which features stunts, pranks, stories from his personal life and more recently music videos. He rose to fame on the short video APP vine and spent two years as an actor on the Disney Channel Show. Bizarre is older brother Logan Paul has a similar youtube channel with even more followers. Neighbors have complained to media outlets for several years about the stunts Jake Paul is pulled on the property for his Youtube Channel. Last month. calabasas. Mayor Alicia. Weintraub harshly criticized him after video emerged of dozens of people at a party at his home amid the coronavirus outbreak with no apparent masks or social

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Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

Lost Notes

05:19 min | 6 d ago

Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse

"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.

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Ammonium Nitrate Likely Fueled Beirut Explosion

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | Last week

Ammonium Nitrate Likely Fueled Beirut Explosion

"A major mess in Beirut, Lebanon, but it's not due to any storm. It was a massive explosion yesterday in a building of grain silos. There were also chemical store there may have been there for years after being confiscated from an impounded cargo ship more from corresponded Giordano Miller. Beirut is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents Lebanon Prime minister confirming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Among the wounded are a number of U. N peacekeepers, including a sailor from Bangladesh was in critical condition.

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Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | Last week

Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

"Explosion in Lebanon's capital city kills at least 100 people and injures for 1000 Maur this morning. Some residents are searching the debris in the streets of Beirut frantically looking for missing loved ones. The source of the blast remains unclear, but Lebanese investigators are focusing on a warehouse. That held tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate, suggesting an industrial accident. ABC Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem. The root is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents, Lebanon's prime minister confirmed Firming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Initial reports was that was of fireworks manufacturing plant.

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Lebanese capital rocked by huge explosion

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:43 sec | Last week

Lebanese capital rocked by huge explosion

"Lebanese officials comparing the power of the explosions in Beirut to that of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima baby sister Donna Miller has more from Jerusalem. Lebanon's health minister says at least 2500 people have been injured and 25 killed in the massive explosions that destroyed much of Beirut's port and wreaked havoc on buildings across the capital for several miles, the prime minister now declaring Wednesday, a national day of mourning the death toll certain To rise. Security officials say the blast may have begun in an old confiscated weapons warehouse. Israel, which has indicated it was not involved in the blast, says it has offered humanitarian and medical aid to Beirut. Giordano Miller, ABC NEWS

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Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy suffers heart attack during team workout

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | Last week

Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy suffers heart attack during team workout

"Things sports at 5 15 a member of the Brewers coaching staff recovering today following a heart attack over the weekend, with the brewer's not playing against the Cardinals over the weekend as a result of the Corona virus. The team holds a workout on Saturday, reportedly during the work. Bench coach Pat Murphy suffers a mild heart attack. He was transported from Miller parked a freighter hospital where, according to general manager David Stern's, he had a stent installed. He is expected to make a full recovery, but it's unknown when

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North Carolina, Georgia both in play for Biden, Trump in November

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | Last week

North Carolina, Georgia both in play for Biden, Trump in November

"Latest CBS News Battleground tracker Poll shows Joe Biden with a narrow lead over President Trump in Georgia and North Carolina. CBS News director of surveys. Fred Bacchus says President Trump's handling of the pandemic is weighing on voter. Seven in 10 voters in Georgia and North Carolina. See the Corona virus will be a major factor in their vote, and most voters say President Trump is doing a bad job handling the outbreak and his administration could be doing more. More voters say the Trump administration has hurt their state's efforts to contain the virus, then helped it and mostly, the administration's approach is to let the virus run its course. Rather than actively try to contain it. Spread on Fox News Sunday, Trump Campaign Senior advisor Jason Miller says President Trump wants Election Day to be held November 3rd, but there could be problems in states with Universal mail in voting. President Trump is providing the leadership and calling attention To the fact that these partisan Democratic governors are trying to change the rules with just a couple of months to go in their states do not have the infrastructure to be able to

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Everybody Do Less

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

03:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Everybody Do Less

"Rachel Wilkerson Miller, welcome to the struggle bus. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here I am so thrilled You are a friend of the show. You are one of my best friends in Hawaii. World and you're here to guest co host. Catherine has the week off. And so before we get into it I'm GonNa tell our audience a little bit about you. You know her. You love her Rachel Carson Miller is the deputy editor vice life and the author of two books, DOT journaling a practical guide, which was published in twenty, seventeen and her most recent book, the art of showing up how to be there for yourself and your people which came out in May. And, a big Fan. I'm a big Fan of your writing big Fan of the art of showing up I feel like I've learned a lot about what what it even means to show up. and. We're GonNa talk about that today. but Rachel before we get into the show and I didn't tell you I was going to do this. I didn't know I was going to some very sorry about but. Can you just like talk for a second about like what what is showing up like? How? How do you think about it? How do you define it? and just like. Maybe you're a quick like elevator pitch for like why it's important to think about. Yeah, definitely so I. Say this right mantra that it's one of those things that can be a little bit hard to describe you know when you see it. to me, it starts. Starts really with the active Barron witness to something, and this applies to showing up for other people are showing up for yourself so being an active observer to what's happening around you and like really taking it in, and then naming what you're saying, so running it through the lens of your past experiences in your own life with this person everything you know naming it kind of giving it a sort of starting to make sense of it I think naming his really powerful, and and then reacting accordingly, so if it's a friend, it might means sang them Oh my gosh. I'm so sorry that happened to you. or how are you feeling? If it's something you're going through, it might be a little bit more of like. How am I feeling about this thing that just happened. Which I've now realize wasn't great so some kind of response and the response sometimes is just the. The naming it's realizing a bad thing happened, I just need to sit with that other times. The response is going to be doing some kind of self care or taking action in some way. spent kind of the basics, but I think we kind of recognizing people are showing up for us when they're fully present fully there and I think we know when we're showing up for ourselves to and and when we're not showing up for ourselves. Okay? Well I think that was the episode. Anyone for tuning in. That was awesome. That was such a beautiful elegant, like explanation of what it means to show up, and also like I gotta say man like I. Feel like the struggle bus. Is You know we describe it? As like mental health shown advice show we, we sometimes like struggle with like exactly how to describe it, but I think that like what you just described about talking about how to show for yourself and other people is like kind of the mission of the show and Sal I, Yeah, so I'm. Very excited that you're here. I'm very excited to I. Feel like you get showing up on a deep level. You always have that I. Think is why we're so close in large part so this show the show gets it. The audience gets it. I'm excited.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:59 min | 7 months ago

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"If you're anything like me you'll love to read life policy. Oh Gee and audible dot com have partnered to offer you an incredible opportunity audible is offering you one free book download with a Free Thirty Day trial. This is perfect for those of you. You who loved to read but often don't have time to enjoy your favorite pastime. Go to James Miller lifelock dot com forward slash audible to start your free trial. They have over one hundred eighty eighty thousand books from all genres. So I'm pretty confident. Your favorite authors books will be there go to James Miller life policy dot com for slash audible and start listening to your favorite book today day once again go to James Miller follow dot com forward slash audible to get started today. How to instantly change your mood? We've all woken up on the wrong side of the bed and it feels like we struggle for the rest of the day in previous episodes. I've talked with you about creating reading two different scales to give more insight into what's happening inside of you. The two scales look like this on a scale of one to ten. Ten is the best you feel and one is the worst. You feel you rate your emotional wellbeing and your physical body so if you woke up I'm wrong side of the bed. It's really more of your emotions that are going to be lower. So if you do that. Internal scale probably be about a three or four but your physical body would probably be about an eight or nine. You're probably fine so if you decide to stay in bed all day. Unfortunately your emotions dictated. What your physical body can do fast forward to run noon at work? You do these scales again and realized that you're once let's again. Your emotional rating is low. And you think well what happened. Why was so low and then you recall the argument you had with her co worker or the argument argument? You had with your spouse in realize that you've carried that anger that frustration into the present. Moment what you have this awareness then you ask yourself well. What am we're GonNa do if this happened earlier in the day and I'm still feeling this way and I don't want to? How do I change this? Did you know on average. It takes about six healthy experiences to to cancel out one. Negative experience so consciously. If you're ruminating on what happened earlier you've created this whole foundation of why you're frustrated right now the reason why it takes about six positive things to counteract one negative thing because a negative thing we think about a lot we think about what the person said we think about how they were standing gene. We think about the location we process every detail of it it becomes visceral in our mind and because of that that is why unpleasant memories are so strong in her life. Nothing of funny memory. The reason why that doesn't stick out to you as much because when a situation like that happens you enjoy it and then you move on. You don't process it or think about it. The way you think about an unhealthy experience you just sit with the emotion and you enjoy it so the way to counteract an unhealthy experience is when you think think of a positive or healthier memory you have to process it the way you would process a negative memory and that would entail you thinking of the tone which somebody said something you think about how they said it think about why they said it you think about what your response was you think about where the location was the more detail you give do it. In your mind's eye another words you use your internal five five senses to really experience it to find that your mood instantly changes and that's a really good trick to practice of how to counteract a negative emotion in the moment is by focusing on it the same way you would negative emotion. The more often you do that the more successful you'll be too easily counteract. You're unhappy mood. You're going to hear a fantastic interview with Kathleen. Riley really helps men who are struggling with midlife how to rewire the brain so they can live in this continual state of contentment. ooh I want to take just a quick moment to thank you. All continually support and listen to James Miller life. Algae I am so blessed and honored by your continuous support however. I want to make sure that you don't miss out anything exciting. That's happening over.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:09 min | 7 months ago

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"We can learn. We've all seen many successful people TV. Often we wish we could emulate their life. But what we don't realize is if we don't look for healthy life lessons we miss out an opportunity to grow and develop. I WANNA overheard a man who has mentoring a young man at our department urban store and the mentor was upset with a cashier and once a cashier stepped away. The Mentor told a young man that you have to be firm with people and you have to treat them to certain way in order to get their needs needs met and hearing that I had a different take on that but of course I wasn't going to say anything but it's important for us to realize that everything we learn that comes out later in our life if view learn that. It's okay to treat. People are certain way you will teach that to other people. If you learn that every person is a self made person you will learn that your success is based off of your choices choices. If you learned that it's important for you to look at life in a different way than perhaps your family system is taught you then you will go in a different direction than perhaps your family is going in. It's so important for you to recognize every experience you have there is a takeaway unfortunately if our takeaway in life is everything is negative. Everything is wrong long. We're never going to get ahead in life or people are always against us when we come from that contentious or that oppositional viewpoint dente forcing. That's as far as we're going to go. I always remind people. Look at your thoughts and look at your life like a Rubik's cube there six different sides of a Rubik's cube and when you spin that Rubik's cube around you're going to see your situation or your life in a different way. If you find that the lessons you keep learning over and over again that you're never going to succeed in life. That's you can never get ahead where everyone's against you. Unfortunately you're looking at one side of that Rubik's cube and are not really looking at all different areas of your life we've all experienced heartache. We've all experienced opposition. We've all experienced some time disappointment and adversity but we find a different way to to get around it. I really want to encourage today if you struggle with looking at the world perhaps in a different way or you're finding that you feel like you just can't get ahead. There's so many amazing things out there that can help you for example my guest today. Marc media when you hear about his new book. It's really going to inspire you and give you some tools and techniques to help you look at your world in a different way. The lesson lesson you've learned don't have to be lessons that you carry forward the rest of your life if you're finding that those lessons and you implement them all the time are not getting you to where you WANNA go than it is important for you to reframe frame that say well if I keep believing this this is life lesson I keep implementing over and over again. Well maybe that's not working for me. How could I do differently? I once again. If you're not able to find it on your own it's important for you to surround yourself with people who can look at the world in a different way who can help you. Who can inspire you to overcome this hurdle because what you overcome this one hurdle then it gives gives you really strong foundation and data to reflect on later on to say? I overcame that. I didn't think I could but I did. And that is a wonderful stepping stone for you to have the bright future. Are you deserve. I wanted to take just a quick moment to thank you. All who continually support and listen to James James Miller life. I haven't been so blessed and honored by your continuous support. However I want to make sure that you don't miss out on anything exciting? That's happening over here. So good or James Miller follow dot com or a life DOT TV and sign up for the free.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:25 min | 8 months ago

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"Go to James Miller Life Dot Com and click on the page work with James. Fill out that form to get started today. A different take on being positive as kids. We were taught that if you don't have anything nice to say don't say anything at all and as we grew up we sometimes forget about that and we find that we would gossip with other people or we would really focus focus on something negative that happened. We couldn't wait to talk negatively about someone. Sure we all know that we shouldn't do that. But it's important to look at this and a slightly different way of why we shouldn't do it. The main reason why we shouldn't say those things is because it actually affects us. And you all know that. I really like to focus on ways to streamline our life think of your life like this every day you were given one hundred energy points that you get to allocate or in other words assigned to each situation Gratien so you start your day and you're doing great at work and you've really focused and you've allocated I'd say maybe twenty five of those points at work however at lunchtime something something happens you get into an argument with someone we become overwhelmed with something and then you think about it for the next hour and as you think about it the creativity that you would usually use for work all of a sudden nose energy points are not focused on the thoughts of what happened so as you think about it you lose a couple of points that go towards those thoughts and and later on in the day you see one of your co workers and you tell her about the situation all of a sudden the more you talk about it you give more energy points to this situation and then once that conversations since done then you think about that negative event over and over again and so all of a sudden the points that you had to be productive in created that day have now been moved or allocated lead to something that didn't need to be discussed that didn't need to be put in your brain to be thought about over and over and over again so that's the main reason why it's important not in dwell on situation is that at the end of the day really don't matter or to gossip about people or talk about people because you're taking those energy points if you will bill and your allocating them towards something that isn't going to give you a healthy return on your investment and then at the end of the day we often wonder. Why am I so exhausted I I? I didn't get all my work done and that doesn't feel good so think about this way. You want to make sure that as you start your morning because how you start your morning is indicative of how Your Day's GonNa go. You want to make sure sure that you reset all the time if you're holding onto something that doesn't really matter in the grand scheme of things. Why are you focusing on it? Why are you talking about it? So Oh yes it's good to be a kind human being and not spread rumors or talk about people but really it's more about becoming the most productive person you can be eh. Based off of focusing on what is healthier a positive and that's the main reason why if you have nothing nice to say. Don't say anything at all because at the end of the day. Hey those energy points in your life account if you will. You'll be bankrupt so the more we focus on what's healthy the more productive and self developed. You'll be ooh. I want to take just a quick moment to thank you all continually support and listen to James Miller lite policy. I am so blessed and honored by your continuous support. However I want to make sure that you don't miss out anything exciting? That's happening over here..

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James Miller | Lifeology

10:02 min | 8 months ago

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"I have some exciting news. Did you know that I'm on the radio three times a week. You Mayhew me on the same station on Tuesdays at one thirty PM. Friday's at nine thirty. AM and Saturday at twelve thirty PM. You may also hear me anytime iheartradio as well as an all the other major pod casting platforms including itunes spotify Google play Sicher and many others simply search for the show name James Miller policy or simply go to James Miller life allergy dot com. Are you struggling to find your purpose has mediocrity set in and you can't imagine doing the same thing for the rest of your life. Are you relationship struggling or you aren't sure how to make long lasting changes. Then contact me James Miller I will help you recognize the areas in your life. That are going really well. And then we will look at areas in which you're struggling. We he will create actionable solutions to help you create long lasting changes. You don't have to do this. Eleven go to my website. James Miller Life Dot Com and click on the page work work with James. Fill out that form and it will be sent directly to me. Don't let another day go by without finding your way your change can start today once again. Go to James James Miller Life Dot Com and click on the page work with James Filatov form to get started today taking the steps to accomplish your goals anytime we want to try something new. We're often bombarded carded with feelings of anxiety or worry of. Oh my gosh. What am I going to do? This seems overwhelming and the reality is. It's probably something you've never done before or if you have tried something before or perhaps you felt you weren't successful at it. The rule of thumb is this any time we think about our future and we become anxious more than likely so. You've thought too far out in the future what I mean by that. Is this if you have this dream that seems very overwhelming. And you visualize yourself. Let's say ten years from now and and the idea of accomplishing this goal causes you severe anxiety or worry or sometimes even defeat because it feels too big that is important to bring your vision back to a time time frame when you don't feel anxious for example if you're starting something new then only think about the next couple of months if you think about the next couple of months and you don't feel anxious than that feels doable but it will always be the element that can discourage us that can cause us not even start to accomplish our goals. So it's important to be mindful of emotions at you're experiencing experiencing when you think about accomplishing a goal. Another thing to consider is often we make a decision before we have enough information. If we do think about something that's it's overwhelming will often think. There's no way I could do that. For example if you want to start a new job when you think about accepting a new position without even having enough information nation we often linked together the two steps of decision making and those who steps are information gathering and then the decision itself. That's why why it's so important to gather as much information as possible when you want to do something new gathering the information and then making a small decision creates the foundation for you to feel in control of what your future looks like. If you make a decision without getting the information you need more than likely you will not be successful or you'll feel overwhelmed and not even try I to accomplish the goal to- Today's lesson is very simple if you feel anxious when you think about your future you don't think so far out ahead bring your thoughts back to the present when it feels like it's manageable bill and then the other part is to make sure you separate the decision making process into two steps gathered the information first and then decide if you're going to make the decision my guest today Ramesh Dont`a has a fantastic book that I definitely want you to purchase. He gives entrepreneurs step by step instructions of how to set up their business how to even find their business and create prophet within thirty days or less. Stay tuned for this interview. I wanted to take just a quick moment to thank you. All who continually support and listen to James Miller life allergy. I haven't been so blessed and honored by your continual support however. I want to make sure that you don't miss out anything exciting. That's happening over here. So good or James Miller follow dot com or DOT TV and sign up for the free weekly recap each week. I will send you an email. which has all the latest radio episodes youtube episodes magazine articles and self help products specifically for you once again go to James Miller follow dot com or a life algae DOT TV and sign up for the free weekly Recap Ramesh? Dont`A is a serial entrepreneur host of the Agile L. Entrepreneur podcast and author of the sixty minutes startup a proven system to start your business in one hour a day and get your first paying customers and thirty days or less as a manager consultants for Fortune one hundred companies Ramesh use the agile methodology to make technology systems more efficient. He then applied agile principles entrepreneurship starting growing join and selling multiple online businesses. Luck to my show. Ramesh thank you James. I'm excited to be here. I am as well. That was quite a mouthful for me to read but that doesn't and even cover all the amazing wonderful things you've done so thank you for being a phenomenal guests on my show today thank you. Did you always know that you wanted to be an entrepreneur. I did not. I know that so. I graduated as a mechanical engineer. But I realized that I'm not into mechanical engineering. So I never worked even for one day not at one but I realized that business is I think and I wanted to get into business I whether I wanted to be an entrepreneur or not I. I didn't know at that time but I knew that it was a business. Wow and without what were some of the first businesses that you started actually interesting after my graduation nation. I had some time before I could figure out what I wanted to do. So I started a tutoring business Back in India right after my engineering graduation. That didn't last last a very long. I only had one customer. Somebody that the my my my father's friends daughter so that didn't last too long doc. And then now but the real thing was that when I came to the United States that is when I realized there are so many opportunities here Birmingham entrepeneurship and believe it or not the very trusting that I did after I got my green card was incorporated. Business really good yes. That's it's fantastic. When I was reading your information you talk a lot about the agile principles agile methodology? How I have? What is that and how did that come about in your career? That is a very fascinating interesting. I think the inflection point in the technology world especially in the software side came around two thousand two thousand one so that is when plan this Some of the developers about eleven of them got together and then trying to discuss in a candy. Do something in the software development so before for that generally what happened was it's GonNa Waterfall Technology. Which is somebody? The business gives the requirements a good double of the software. The developers get into a room for next six months. Or whatever and come back and say hey this is what we developed and then the business People who requirements this. This is not what we wanted things. Things have changed over. This period is right so now they go back and room so it never met the requirements that is when these guys said you know this is not the way. Hey we should be doing. They came up with four fundamental value. Principles the number one. They said we need to prioritize individuals in interactions in over the processes and tools. You know that's number one. That communication within within the companies within the teams in the people collaborate with them as opposed to you have to follow this process. Eddie after follow this tool Hans. I'm the second thing is we always need to have a working software over documenting everything like you got to have some proof of concept and something to show and get feedback on and then the third thing is. We need constant customer collaboration. We need to be talking to the customers and figuring out what they need as opposed to. Hey let's negotiate contract. I'll come back to you in two months this kind of stuff. Life collaboration the last thing they said that change is inevitable inevitable. There's going to be changed so we need to respond to change as opposed to following a strict plan. I mean these. These are the footprints that they had well. They sound like they work very well. I mean when you come from a psychological standpoint I mean there's that just the whole communication part. There's the whole listening to what the other person needs. So I. I really like this from from my standpoint as well exactly and then since then the saw the agile is very extensively and there are people from believers and you you also have of course some of the the other the other side of the side is a heinous too much. It's become too rigid as well. So but overall it revolution has a software development and as I got into this more and more I said why. Can't they apply these principles to other parts of not just software development smart. That's why you're so successful. Because it's basically it's about connecting the dots racist people are using this and then I take that dot and connect to other parts of life. It could be to starting a business. It's the same principles right. I need to is my customer interaction. I need to have something I do on a daily basis to show to the customers. Is this what you want. Is what if I have a price. I know it's going to change so I need to respond so basically it's a fail. Fast methodology allergy loan from failing fast. And then assume that the change is inevitable and then have a plan to respond to the chain as opposed to this. He's my business plan. I'm going to stick to it whatever and ever turn exactly and it's also just creating anticipatory standpoint of what the market may look like what it what it needs exactly. And then so this agile methodology. I said.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:58 min | 10 months ago

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"Hi welcome regimes Mueller Algae relearned to simplify and transform your spirit mind and My Name is James Miller I'm a licensed psychotherapist composer thank you so much for tuning in today let's get started thank you so much.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:36 min | 11 months ago

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02:14 min | 11 months ago

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01:52 min | 11 months ago

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"Hi Vocal James Miller relearned to simplify transform your spirit mind and body. My name is James Miller. I'm licensed therapist and a composer. Thank you so much for tuning in today. Let's get started. I want her to take just a quick moment to thank you all who continually support and listen to James Miller lite policy. I have been so blessed and honored by your continued support. I WanNa make sure that you don't miss out on anything citing..

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James Miller | Lifeology

02:07 min | 11 months ago

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James Miller | Lifeology

02:20 min | 11 months ago

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"Hi welcome regimes mueller life algae relearned to simplify and transform your spirit mind and body. The name is James Miller. I'm a licensed psychotherapist composer. Thank you so much for tuning in today. Let's get started. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to listen to the show when you're done listening. I hope you take a minute right. Quick Review on whichever radio podcast platform. You've heard this show your insights will help uh others to be inspired and encouraged. I have a great show for you today. I'll.

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James Miller | Lifeology

01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"So i have some exciting news. Did you know that i'm on the radio three times a week. You may hear me on the same station on tuesdays at one thirty pm friday's nine thirty a._m. And saturdays at twelve thirty pm you we also hear me anytime on iheartradio walls and all the other major pod casting platforms including itunes google play stitcher and many others simply search for this show name james miller life algae. Are you struggling state. Find your purpose has mediocrity set in and he can't imagine doing the same thing for the rest of your life. Are you relationships struggling or you aren't sure how to make long lasting changes in your life then today contact me james miller i will help you recognize the areas in your life that are going really well and we'll look at the areas in which you were struggling. We will create actionable solutions lucians to help you create long lasting changes in your life. You don't have to do this alone. Go to my website james miller life dot com and click on the page work with james fill out the form and it will be sent directly to me. Don't let another day go by without finding your way. Your change could start today once again. Go to my website james miller dot com click on the page work with james fill out that form to to get started today. What works best for you and your family for many generations. There's been a formula for how oh kids should be raised. A many times at formula works for the well but unfortunately as technology advances or jobs evolve sometimes that formula doesn't always work back in the past. There was always one parent who was a stay at home parents and historically. It was always the mother now is things have evolved. That's not necessarily the case. Many times parents are torn between what is healthy for their family system as well as how much money they need to make to provide for the family. How do you determine what's right for you and your family. One of the the main thing is to determine what is the measurement of success for your family and the way you can do that down into a few categories financial success. He emotional success <music> spiritual success. If that's important to you health success those particular elements are really.

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James Miller | Lifeology

02:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Let another day go by without finding your way. Your change can start today once again. Go to james miller follow dot com and click on the page work with james fill out that form to get started today. You're using your past t. He'll today every day we experienced so many different types of situations that often it creates the perfect perfect storm and when that perfect storm happens. We often become paralyzed because we're not sure what to do next. One of the things to remember when you're experiencing us is that you've experienced the same emotions oceans of four now of course situations and how they presented themselves may be different or maybe more extreme today but you did feel those emotions before for example you you felt sadness laughter joy pain fear you've experienced as your whole life so when we stop at reflecting what we're currently feeling today. It's important to reflect on your past of. When did you experience these current emotions before when you're able to identify those situations. The next step is to ask yourself. What did i do do what helped and what did not help when you can focus on that part of your past. It's wonderful data for you to use today. Think think of another situation of when you felt that emotion the more information you have the more successful you'll be to figure out what to do next in your life often we think we have to you do all this research talk to so many people to figure out the path and yes of course that's very important to do but it is also important to use your own life data to help you find your answer. The more self reliant. You are the healthier you become when you start to look at your past. You'll start to see if there's a trend of you. Perhaps engage in things that aren't healthy for you and do it over and over again or vice versa. You may be engaging in very healthy behaviors which caused you to be much more successful. Personal reflection will always give you the answer. You need to help you find the solution for tomorrow. I have a fantastic guest today dr blattman he talks yesterday about how your body can actually sheila itself so just like your past can heal you so can your physical body. I wanted to to take just a quick moment to thank you all who continually support and listen to james miller life algae. I am so blessed and honored by your continuous supports however i want to make sure that you don't.

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James Miller | Lifeology

02:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Miller Life Dot Com and click on the page work with James Fill out that form to get started today <music> identifying core beliefs. We often think we have some pretty good introspection and understanding of who we are a normally normally. We're right about that however there are times in her life when we don't realize that perhaps with a particular subject matter or certain situation our core beliefs may do not be what we think they are. Have you ever done something that you're embarrassed about or you do something that you're ashamed of. If you ever stop and listen to what your thoughts are you might be surprised. I if you were to take a moment to reflect on that you might hear yourself say you're so stupid. I can't believe you did that. What's wrong with you? You always do those types of things doc or simply saying stupid or dumb or ugly or worthless those types of thoughts that we have a really how we see ourself either in that moment or or with that particular subject matter the reason why it's important to identify what your belief is is because when you strip away everything that you are you'll see that that's your foundation condition usually the core beliefs that we have are related to our childhood either somebody would continually say this to you or a situation happened and in that moment you you internalize it that you were less than that. You're not smart that you're dumb that you're ugly worthless etc and when we're older where in certain situations that for whatever whatever reason trigger US in other words cause us to think back to the younger version of ourselves which unfortunately replace that were not good enough and when that happens happens unfortunately those thoughts that we have reinforce that were not good enough and that is why it's a core belief because it's at the center of who you are if you're able reflect on that and perhaps hear what you say it's important to stop for a second and ask yourself. Is that really true. Am I really dumb. Am I really stupid in my worthless in my ugly when you can look at the data which disproves what you are thinking in other words you look at the reality of the situation. You'll see that the core belief oh you originally created for yourself is not true at all. It's just simply something you were told or something you thought for so long that it has now become your truth so after you ask ask yourself if this is true then the next step is to say well if I'm not stupid than what am I if I'm not ugly. Then what am I when you can replace those negative core core beliefs in other words the thoughts that we think over and over and over again it starts to change core belief and when you change your core belief it starts to change how you see a yourself it starts to create confidence starts to create trust within yourself your core beliefs are the foundation for who you are.

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James Miller | Lifeology

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Search my name james miller lite biology my yesterday demeanor core who's living life to its fullest demeanor is known is affected got a few shares of lift optimism with world powers herself and others loving themselves unconditionally welcome to the thank you i am really looking forward to this is gonna be a great interview i love you brand love be self love it you teach everybody so this is gonna be awesome time to get to know you i so that's here a little bit more about you're loving people's origin stories before we jump into their message you were not action from canada from where did you from where were you born i'm born and raised in rural india and yeah and you know very traditional family my parents had arranged marriage and then something similar happened to me a traditional marriage and a i moved arranged measuring yes yes arrangement and 'em and then my marriage fell apart because i was not being honest and authentic and then 'em yes so now you know just go by like so my my culture very very traditional a very conservative there it is there you know like the the gender roles of very like so the woman's the heisman homemaker in the mail is the provider which creates a lot of pressure on are men and a lot of pressure yeah like you know can you imagine like where you know the man is constantly month to provide but but what happens if you lose your job you know do you lose your value what do you lose your self esteem because you're not making money temporary or you know whatever it is so and of course the woman are like homemakers but now the rules are changing too right where the women are homemakers but were also going out and working so where were you know were were going through this this this situation where we want to fit in we wanna do our best were but it's still struggling had this a couple of years ago i had someone on my show who is tremendous who's calling from india and her story was very similar to yours a lot of ways where her father wanted a son but had a daughter and she would prefer class i mean really brilliant brilliant lady and he just walked away in one had nothing to do with her and so her since he left her mother was ostracized as they as they divorced woman and she was just really made fun of and she she found her learning an education it became this incredibly successful woman but unless you give back to her community as well so it's it is very interesting to hear about arcade games that were very respectfully archaic cultures who who have those gender roles that it does it's hard for people to become who they are and so i'm so glad you were able to find who you are an all cultures you were teaching people how to find their to fully embrace himself absolutely and you know like for me i grew up being true i'm just i i was being told to fat too loud too ambitious an and then to say that i see that loudness is also me yeah that that's my wife something you know the change maker in and here i am running this movement called sexy brilliant josh so very different from the labeling but i grew up ways where my value in my size my is based on how worthy i am of love so you know coming back to to this this era where you were talking about acceptance were talking about acceptance of people of oh site all gender all ethnic background but you can that nobody could ever be too fat to lot yeah yeah that is very true and i think that's the problem with with society in general is there's so many labels you can't anyone that's outside of the norm is considered an outlier they get made fun of ostracize but they don't talk about the people who are in second place and we talk about people who are the very front and so it's important for us to remember that as people were change makers as the people who are quote too loud too ambitious of course they're gonna talk about us because they don't talk about the people who are in the second third fourth fifth third just even in the middle part of the race yes and it takes a lot of courage to say you know what i'm going to stay true to my purpose in my case my purposes sexing brilliant and it came across through a lot of hard work a lot of heartbreak a lot of being different you know i used to be an investment banker i i came to canada to go to university then i went to the the banking industry and one day i'm office and i'm like i am still miserable in my job i making so much money but i hate myself i hate my life and i just wanna kill myself so this was a chocolate went through me and i was like you know do i wanna archly ended up killing myself or do i want to do something different so i got that night i came back home and you know i went into meditation which is also like self inner work in the south south knowledge getting out of her own way so i said you know what the max day i went in i gave my resignation i had no idea what i'm going going to do very true yes it's only through the darkness that we find life i quit that and i actually accidentally fell into dog walking so for about four years of my life before sexy brilliant hopping i used to be a fulltime dog walker so you know it didn't matter that i had like i make ten dollars a day i i would just be like i was at a happier place i was also healthier emotionally physically and you know but by saying noted the wrong choice which was for me was banking i was able to say yes to mourn live how do you teach people to differentiate between the healthy healthy choices is suggesting they cleared there on there is no right choice the wrong choice everything will leave you know us to where we were meant to goal end very very important we are the co creators of her own destiny misery are which means so it's not just the thought like you know let's say i want to be on the show with james but i also have to take action to make that happen so that's what i mean we are the co creators of her own damn well if you think about it from a from a movement standpoint well if i wanna get the point eight point b i just don't think about it i can only get there if i actually physically move my self deport natively be and people forget that that's the same thing with goals goals without a plan with that movement is just simply wish and so we don't realize that i literally have to move my body to go to the next place chapter in my life and people forget about that aspect as he could take it from me kind of more of a thought standpoint of yes my thought here to there is one thing but in order for that to become acts or become tangible it has have physical movement absolutely and that's what i'm that's what coming back to you know wanting to kill myself horses taking the decision to to giving my resignation you know that's so again there's a fog but you don't actually i've done this on them perhaps not helpful and then you do something to change that thought that's what i mean by that you know where where where here to create co create our own life path just tell me about the sexy brilliant movement so section brilliant man is a global revolution for empowerment from the inside out i'm by that it's were all sexy were also yeah anteks he's like courage sexting daring confident that gosh yes confidence confidence is in are confident so they out of confidence is is 'em just because i'm lacking a word i'm gonna use inauthentic where's the inner confidence and i'm standing here doesn't matter what size i am doesn't matter what gender i am doesn't matter you know what my labels are what my pass packages on standing here i'm like i have done so much personal development inner work but i could say that i am confident about comes in a work i liked the inner well and what here you say is there's an aspect of we redefined what sexy means weird redefined what confidence means just like you said when you remove the what society says that vs i'm gonna create a different definition for this and i'm gonna am body that definition and and so i think when the concept of too loud too ambitious do this do that that is what society says but i think each one of us has just take stock ownership within herself the say james what does it mean to be confident what is it mean to be sexy what is it mean to be authentic and when we were we create that and i get so now determined what that word means where you know the definition of what society is completely different but mine is truly what i believe and i'm like i'm going to be that and that's when we create the metric of success within herself as opposed to the metric of successes society says because one day were in the next they were out anyway constantly darius change that unfortunately we will never truly be find that that self resilience or that that that piece within herself because they're always chasing a like on facebook growers chasing the latest trends or this or that and unfortunately that will always change we are we still left them exactly and you know i at one point of my life i used to be homeless and at that point i remember asking myself what teaching me you know that resilience to say this is not permanent i have i could do better for myself so it didn't matter that you know it doesn't matter that that life at that had happened to me life but it was but the lesson that i learned from it and hi howie rose from it so that's what sexy isn't of course as we uncover the layers we shine more in are really in inner ono sent excels unique dolphin true which we first empower are you know and then we share that with other people around us and i love the fact i didn't even think of the brilliance of the sexy part but yeah the brilliant sets i i love the metaphor without of how that really resonates of changing the world you know there and when there's light there could be no darkness in that when you change di di mindsets people around you with being the sexy brilliant person that you are that i am that people listening are there could be no darkness and so without we empower and inspire other people around us chew also find there's such a brilliant in in doing it that guy could see what of a critical moment i'm feeling but also just did come to light nothing darkness out one of the things that drew a lot of help but i i of course i have coaches and i have i work with a psychiatrist in therapists not have all the professional help because i am quite a quite so eccentric and i need forward yeah and we do really yes until one of the things that i that i really but i learned for myself is not to run away from my darkness and the darkness of like last year of a struggle with suicidal thoughts and others like you know i i these thoughts they're not permanent so first of all i reached out to up to professional medical professionals and everybody i'm yes i'm a fulltime single mother so i also have to take care of you know the household and i said to i said to myself that this is not permanent emotions are number right or wrong they simply exist so that detachment from that was what helped me no longer run away from my darkness and accepted sucked in and only through the darkness cannot i teach others about accepting that darkness loving ourselves through that dark period so that we could shining are brilliant and are sexiness when you think about night and day well in order for the next data happened there has to be night in in that that still nothing changes just can we see you're coming nazi and something to consider that the landscape hasn't changed which simply is changed is the lights is a sudden there's the moon there so the point is when you think of it in that respect what has really changed were going through this dark times in her life from a logical standpoint nothing has changed other than what we perceive what we think we perceived to be true you know it's it's it's really an interesting concept because in my field we have called emotional forecasting marshall forecasting is you take a snapshot of you're lifer right this second andy projected in the future and say this is how my life is are we gonna be but when you use the concept of night and day if you take a snapshot of nights and think that it's always gonna be nighttime then unfortunately you're future will look pretty dark will look pretty bleak but when you realize if i make a snapshot now an i keep doing that that i'm limiting myself so the concept just like you did as well as a thought is simply a thought unless they make it a belief unless unless i have it become intrinsic of who i am and then it changes have complete paradigm shift their mind shift and then all of a sudden it's now what i truly believe so weaken remember that just like you said due to be mindful of if you how you're feeling right now and an unhealthy way if we forecast that tomorrow and the.

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"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"To insert trauma named james miller lite biology mark gober isn't author whose world turned upside down in late two thousand sixteen when he's exposed world changing science after extensive research he wrote an end upside down thinking introduced the general public to these cutting edge ideas all in an effort to encourage a much needed global shift in scientific an existential thinking essentially teaching his readers after consciousness creates material reality and biological processes do not create you're consciousness welcome to the show mark thanks for having me game yeah i'm really looking forward to this i would personally pitch thea you're book and i'm like wow this is really dense so were definitely make this relabeled everybody to really understand what you're saying because you have some really great ideas in a way to really help us liz conscious life oh no you didn't start out as an author you had a completely different mentality but you always drawn to kind of be astro scientific world why don't you give us a little bit of background and instill professionally i don't work in the consciousness space per say other than my book and i speak about the topics but i i work in business partner at a farm in silicon valley called sherpa technology group and i used to work in investment banking with you bs in new york so that's kind of my my day job background tradition yeah but as you were alluding to i've kind of had interest in these topics for a long time just things that i would think about the dates all the way back to college i a student at princeton a man i i considered majoring in astrophysics because i took a few intro courses on the topics and i was just really interested in understanding the universe and are placed in it so i thought about majoring in it but i was on the tennis team and later the captain of the team like the commitments were just too much sure i ended up studying other things the point though is that i've had questions about existence and it's easy in everyday life especially when i was working in investment banking in new york there were just so much pressure that it's it's hard it's easy to lose sight of just the bigger picture life so i pushed away a lot of those interests i didn't have time to think about them and it was in the summer of twenty sixteen through listening to podcasts actually right i heard about some of the topics that i write about then i ended up researching extensively for about a year just because i i wanna understand her myself and then in the summer of twenty seventeen decided the summarized by research into the book that is now published called and end upside down thinking congratulations that's great now one of things you really focused on though is the difference if you're you're material world vs more conscious world worthy unseen world if you will those are my words words why don't you help us understand the difference between those two things so any anyone listening to this conversation right now has has consciousness by definition like you're aware we all have that sense of awareness it's a very subjective experience though in that it's not physical like i could touch my arm that could touch my body i could touch my head those were all physical physical things but my consciousness my awareness it's not physical but it's existing right now yes and this is the key issue that science doesn't understand today and when i realized this was such a big issue of like wait a second we all have consciousness consciousness it's it's indisputable we all have it right now and yet are bodies physical brain in particular is a physical structure so this is the big question science is how is it that have brain which is physical untouchable how did that producer consciousness it isn't physical so this is the precise question that i examined in my book and it it it might sound like an intellectual issue but it's actually very practical because it it gets down to who and what we are as human beings it's actually made the most basic aspect of our own existence of china understand this awareness that we all have what is it and where does it come from that's acted very well existential question because you don't know what the word existential is that attempts essentially means what's the purpose which the meaning of life what it's my place in this world and it's a it's a wonderful philosophy is something we should all ask yourself because it removes the minutia in other words the mundane things we do every single day really say what's the point why am i here why why in the world today when you ask the question as far as what's what's the difference in how could happen a brain creates consciousness or in other words consciousness is their prior to the brain what would be the point of all that how would that help people transform their live well ultimately for me when i looked at the science and again this society as is still somewhat knew because i had never heard of it before and what i learned is that it's just kind of swept under the rug because it's it's it doesn't fit into the mainstream perspective of science so the the mainstream perspective again is that the consciousness that we all have comes from the brain even though we don't know how what happened and science magazine has said it's number to question allowing all science interesting out out as the brain produce consciousness and what i argue in my book is that the brain doesn't produce it at all that the brain is more like an antenna receiver very broad analogy so like you're tv set the reason that the show appears on your screen is because antennas picking up a signal that's coming from outside the tv so the brain sort of like that antenna structure again this is the broad metaphors that's processing consciousness so it's eight this is it savory thinking of of our own identity in a lot of ways so the implications and this is how it applies to any person i think they're three main categories her an again the book is all the science to back this up but one is that we have an eight intuitive or psychic abilities even if they're very subtle so things like telepathy or knowing the future subtly before it happened and many of us have this experience all the time where we think of somebody and then we get a text or phone call having severe like yeah i'm were like wait is it that random chance and their many studies that show that sometimes there is a small affect using statistics where it doesn't seem like these are just chance occurrences yeah i which i think is it is amazing because i do think there are so many unanswered questions like you just said i mean we could all of us think about you know i i remember i can't remember which show as watching i think it was like through the wormhole with morgan freeman amazing show if you haven't watched it it's it's something where they were talking about someone who i would go by these these street lights and all of a sudden the lights would go off and it would happen at first over and over again so many people could talk about those aspects of no street lights just going off at different times things ever unexplainable in many ways in science just couldn't answer that question and i think this is not necessarily correlated with what you teach but it's more that aspect of there's so much that we don't know that are consciousness is able to do that it's something where i think many people may shy away from it because it isn't hard and fast science for example in my field and psychology it's considered a soft science you can't see it you can't see her emotions you can't see you're feeling catchier thoughts and then that's where sometimes people may not understand that perhaps in different cultures because they think oh it's a stop science just get over it don't really understand that there's so much more that is linked which ones consciousness to be able to make up that spare mind body component of each person yeah i i agree with you and that's why i felt so compelled to try to put information in one place because it can be difficult understanding and wrap our heads around but that's what timmy we really blew me away that there seems to be this affect that we all have so when we think about her data day live it seems as though we have we have these abilities that we haven't been taught about as much that is really practical thing of weight there is an intuition that we all have where it's it's sort of like the television that it's picking up the signal and there might be ways for us to enhance the way we pick up the signal so to speak and things like meditation and other tactics can help sure i like i like why are you you coined the phrase wizard like gifts which is great and a respect are there specific technique second help us i guess kind of define those gifts this is an area that is being researched and i hope it will be research more and more now but i can i can refer to just some very practical examples they were less agreement used to used to put you on the spot like i just wonder if you're book talks about that as well but sure that's fine definitely connections with that yes the u s government i was shocked to learn ran a program for more than twenty years where they used people that were really really talented at the end they were essentially psychic spies their mind you to receive the signal and know things about distant objects and former u s president jimmy carter confirmed at this was used in many other very credible people and beat the man who ran the program am initially he's a laser physicist name russell targ who i actually interviewed for my own podcast we talked all about his program he recommends that people try to quiet the monkey mind we also like the chatter in the brain which we all have i mean i have it a lot where it's just like i'm thinking about a million different things and i think when we quiet that it's like it's almost like if you think of consciousness is being the son and we have lots of clouds in her mind those clouds are blocking in the signal there blocking the race when we do things like meditation or go into like a hypnotic state like those are ways of kind of removing some of the cloud and allowing raise of consciousness to come into our brain that's a great analogy i really liked i think many people couldn't really understand that you know sometimes people do this in the form of meditation is well one of the most difficult things though is for most people is to learn how to quiet the mind i think sometimes that concept seems very fleeting very overwhelming but obviously there's so many then masters many types of individuals are able to do that in a much more beneficial and much more expeditious everywhere yes yeah it's difficult one but i think with practice and their many methods as you know it can be done when people read this book what would you wanna be the biggest take away from we got to one of them which is this idea that we have these into a disability and we cannot harness and i think they're to other categories that are super important one is the notion that consciousness this awareness that we all have if that doesn't come from the brain then when the brain turns off off when the body dies in the consciousness doesn't die and a lot of the scientific evidence in my book shows examples where we have nonfunctional body in a functioning consciousness so it also suggests points in the direction that we that are are awareness doesn't actually die when her body body dies and for me that was like a really world changing idea because i used to have a very bleak outlook on life i thought when the body died that was yen and here i was exposed a science very credible places like university of virginia different studies from more than fifty years on some of these topics all suggesting that consciousness doesn't die when the body dies with that in mind you they see what happens with the consciousness of charges going where does it stay there what what happens with these they're still open question i think the best hit we have is from the near death experience where a person is clinically dead they have memories during this period and then they're resuscitated so it might be a person in cardiac arrest of their heart stops there is no blood flow into the brain by all measurable mean the person is dead dead and yet when they come back they talk about what happened in some of the characteristics and i should add these things that are now being described frequently because are resuscitation technologies gotten better are medicines got better bring back but it's been reported it's in the era of plato india gyp shin book of the dead tibetan book of the dead people have talked about this in the general process typically described is the person offers over their body in terms of their consciousness they feel like they're above their body and they talk about a feeling of like oneness unconditional love and then they have a life review where they talk about seeing all day event happened in their life both from their own vantage point but also from the vantage points of the people but they impacted interesting there there observing how they how they treated people and they affected they had another people so if they were meaning if someone they might feel the pain of themes like it's just like a pretty profound how am i grabbed a reminder now michael goodness do a and so people are very are all very often change when they come back shirt experience but they also talk about a beings of light or sometimes deceased relatives or friends and then there's like a tunnel that they see and then.

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James Miller | Lifeology

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"All these other major podcasting platforms including i tunes google play stitcher and many others simply search for the show named james miller lite biology you struck mainstay defined a purpose has mediocrity set in and you can imagine doing the same thing for the rest of your life are you a relationship struggling or you aren't sure how to make a long lasting change in their life then today contacted me james miller i will help you recognize areas in life that are going really well and then will look at the areas and what you were struggling we will create actionable solutions help you create long lasting changes in their life you don't have to do this alone go to our website james miller like allergy dot com and click on the page work with james fill out the form and it will be sent directly to me don't let another day go by without finding their way you're change could start today hey once again the website james miller lite followed you dot com and click on the page work with james fill out that form to get started today all we keep learning when we were children we would ask so many questions terry who is difficult for parents there maybe even are teachers as we ask question after question trying to understand the world around us there comes a point in her life when all of a sudden we stop asking questions and we'd go from the learner should be experts have you ever read an article end you perhaps only read the first quarter of it and stop treating but all of a sudden you became experts you knew everything about that specific topic and he told all your friends and family about what you read that is something we all do there comes a point when we for whatever reason we don't finish meeting we don't do things outside of are typical routine and when that happens we don't really learn we just going autopilot there's a difference between actively learning and learning on the spot when it comes to life's stressors or life situations a few of the benefits of continuous learning is it she lost her more happiness when we expand their worldview we understand the world in a different way things start to make sense we've all experienced those things are life when things don't make sense but as you learn more as you expand your mind as you expand your experiences you have more categories and which i understand the world around you in a more categories you have the lesser rigid you're thinking is ending that rigidity we could become so staunch staunching are opinions and staunching her beliefs that we just don't realize that perhaps there is another way to do something now i'm not talking about your morals and ethics but simply more information you have the more successful you'll be with interacting in the world around you that's why i think it's really important for each one of us actively understand are world understand are place in the world understand different topics are different areas of personal development which isn't doing that you will be much more happy when we go back to that childhood mindset of just understanding their place in the world or or just understanding new situations we start to evolve as a person those answers start just shaper mind sheep are experiences that causes us even sometimes go in a different life pass when we don't actively learn were not allowing yourself to fully embrace every area nuance of are personality or of her life and unfortunately when that happens we could potentially miss whatever purpose is you're gonna hear a fantastic interview with my guest mark gober who is curious he actively searched out answers about consciousness ambrose's phenomenal book an end upside down thinking definitely listen to this interview because it may help you understand that there's so much more active learning that each one of us can engage in on a daily basis so today i want you to actively learn something research something if you do read the whole article instead of just a quarter of it you continually embraced this new active learning you're life is much more balanced they're happier healthier cancer cells.

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James Miller | Lifeology

13:15 min | 1 year ago

"miller" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"For my name, James Miller life. Algae. Monkey Andro has been called the new Alan. Watts more Arthur Rosenfeld in New York City, he studied at Yale Cornell and the university of California, and it was Dana Dowa spunk and goings out China. He is a host of the hit national television show longevity, Taichi. He's also the author of more than fifteen books and countless articles monkeying row began his former Marsh luxury in one thousand nine hundred and has received many awards for his work, mad monk manifesto. It was his first book with mango publishing. Yoon row writes teachers and speaks south Florida and around the world. Welcome to my show. Thank you so much of that was a muffler read because you've done so much. I know that doesn't even come everything you've done. So that is a little snippet of it. So it's going to be great to talk with you today. I from where are you calling your in south Florida? Oakar. I didn't realize that close. I'm actually in Palm Beach area. So we're. So how are you were born in New York City, young Jewish boy, and all of a sudden, I'm speaking to Dallas, how did that transition happen? So, you know, one one thing we can do to credit, the trajectory is to say right away that it didn't happen like that. It's like getting on the right you know, I'm going to go to Miami and get on. And the next thing I know, I'm in West Palm, but there, many stops along the way. And so, you know, I think. I used to watch David carradine's, compro- TV show. And I love that show. His ex Koerbel martial arts. I really did like his persona that he conveyed, and all those say, you know that, that was supposed to several should've gone to all that. Aside from all the politics of it. I just loved those flashbacks to the old shown temple training, and I love the show brothers movies, too, and in those movies, you know, the most impressive thing to me was not so much all the butt kicking rather, that equilibrium that I saw in those monks, and time, New York, it was a very fractious place that day in the days that I grew up, there was a lot of street crime and violence, and it was loud and noisy and fast and I guess I was wired differently. And I saw some kind of sucker in that example, that makes sense. I was one of my one of my favorite shows little boys while I was liked to flashbacks as well. And I was like, how can I become one of those and for me, anything that has to do with much less people to know this, but I studied martial arts for years as well. So I was really happy to have you on this show, especially the Taichi component that was one of my favorite for meditation. This connection between my body and spirit is one of my favorite things. That as well. So help us understand what is diced monk? Well, first of all, you know, there's not so very many of us, actually. Buddhist monks are commonly seen in different countries, especially in south East Asia and a little bit less now, of course, in East Asia because of what's going on there politically, but doused or I read somewhere in rarely Tivoli thar Tatum Thome that there may be fifty thousand or so Taoist monks in the world. And obviously, you know in the United States not so many. There are some courses. Now, that sort of online stuff, you can take in the same way you can get or deigned to be minister whatever, but I'm not talking about those folks. I'm talking to people who are genuinely in. So. There are as many different sects of, that was as many different lineages and traditions, maybe more even than there are of, in our western religions, and they're different. They're different rules for them. So I'm allowed to be intimate and to be married to have a family and not told what to eat. Although most vegetarian vegan. But the main thing to understand, is that might particular role as issued to me by my abbot was not to be the guy who stayed in the monastery and swept the floor and cleaned. The toilets cook the beans, but to be the guy came to the west and spread these ideas, which is why we are on the show today. That's wonderful. That's really exciting. You know, your, your book itself mad, my festival prescription for Evelyn revolution. Global awakening. It's, it's so chock full of so many different things at least four or five, sections, you have that really break down to all the different areas of one's internal south one society ones governmental aspects spirituality as well. Let's show up into that. I know the first section it's called relaxing, rectifying understand that concept means for you or for the Dow was smoke. So relaxing is not kicking back with a brew in your hand and the bulgheroni on. And, you know, some chips relaxing is has physical connotation in the martial arts of sure, you know, but it also has this emotional and mental connotation, which is to be free of re reactions as opposed to responses to be free of the sort of knee jerk speed ingred world in which we live, and to conduct our lives in a more emotionally rationally, measured fashion. The rectifying part, you know, some people bulk a little bit at the notion that we, we need fixing, there's sort of a new age name into, which Dow's doesn't so clearly fit, although wagers, always try to. Dallas, but you know that, that nothing needs fixing that world perfect the way we are. And all that. And, you know, don't have any of those ideas, we just see ourselves as part of a crate continuum of nature of specifically in living things, but also of the inanimate world and the idea that we have things that are causing suffering for us, whether they are physical ills, prejudices, limitations and thinking preconceptions about the world. When we say rectify, we wanna go through and do some work to free ourselves and make ourselves more healthy through specific guidelines and practice. So that's what that means when that be more for the free ones to work through those things, is it more universal as far as with everyone together or more. Intrinsic more internal. So we use this metaphor of the stone-dropping and a pond. And, and the stone is us. And so when we make changes to ourselves to her behaviors to our beliefs to our preconceptions to our prejudices toward judgments to our habits, then the effects ripple out like the ones in the pond. And, and I, of course, the circles are small and close to the stone. But as they get bigger and the move further from the point of impact the diameter grows crazy. So the ideas, of course that we make changes to ourselves, and then other people notice. So maybe like a recently been using this example of the things giving Turkey. So, you know, the family gets together, and you just decided to go vegan. So everybody says Turkey go note. No, thanks. I'm not doing that anymore. Come on. And everybody razz you know. Your, your rabbit rabbit food and all that. But then the next year when you get back together, and everybody sees how lean and fit and more. How healthy short your mind you're flexible, and you're not rubbing your low back and you're not belching trip to fan and going to sleep on the couch. You know, someone other person in your family might notice should awhile. I'd like to look like him and be like her, you know, so on so that, you know, that ripples go out. And then, of course, we go to community, and then we go to our towns in our cities and eventually out into the entire natural world. So we hit environmentalism the book to this way. Well, another way to look, as well as a cast cast as far as the butterfly the butterfly, flaps its wings of a sudden it can affect like hurricane around the world. And so the same concept as well as that can be used in a healthy way or use an unhealthy way, as far as the relaxing to find that you're talking about because if we're not aware of that, like, you're saying, we are changing our environment. We are changing the people around us, and that's up to us determine if. It's the healthier for the for the negative. So that's right. And I think you, you can use the butterfly metaphor to the reason why I guess I like. The stone description is that it's quite precise in terms of outward radiation from closer foreign, let's make sense, living's makes sense. Yeah. That does make sense. So the second part of it is rebalancing daily life and lifestyle choices that one's make sense. But I wanna hear your your take on that one. So, you know, this is this is where we begin to ask ourselves. Hell, many of the things that we'd believe and therefore, follow with action are actually ideas that are in our best interest. So one might be, for example, the notion of trading and. A non renewable resource time for renewable one money. So, you know, once we have satisfied the requirements of shelter, and food and family community, then everything else there that we are chasing after a fancy car corner office, a bigger house, and all that these are learned behaviors that are functions of our system and invariably, they benefit someone else those who are foisting these ideas upon us than they benefit us. So when we look at these things, critically we can begin to make some changes in the way, we live based on those new fend insights, and that new fan freedom, which makes sense, they'll rebalancing part you take things out or once the most healthiest to your most. Most important to you. And it says the rebalancing of kind of re re identifying what makes sense to almost like a different metric of successor, different metric, fulfilment, yes, but also, I want to add one sort of important to mention of that is that things that you may find most important to you, you are not the final arbiter of you. In the end there is there is some larger set of ideas and natural laws and forces and the way things work outside of you and through you. And so, you know, we may be victims to beliefs that we haven't ever challenged, and we may think that big most Jordan to us. But what we want to do is try to grow to higher level of awareness and consciousness in the world. And see what does to us short. I, I appreciate that. That makes sense to me, the third one examines the Taoist wisdom to fostering community and deepening culture. That will be interesting. Like, so these things don't these changes, and those ripples that we talked about are not constrained, within the point of impact. So we begin to see us the vegan example, but pretty quickly we will run up against. Conflicts and pushback, when we introduced new ideas into a culture. And so I have this little metaphor in the book about door number one door number two door. Number three, the door number one, as you know, we have a conflict. Push me push back. Hey, hey, hey, hey. And then we got to straighten sterling peacocks second. Door number two. As you know, you shove me, and then I grovel let your feet and go. Oh, may, I spit shine your shoes for you. You're right. I'm worm? Thanks. But it's yielding, right? It's given up. So the first one is extreme. And so is the second door number three is simply defined as not one and not too. And so, this, this sort of creative solution to a conflict may, in fact, be unique to every conflict. And so it's not formulaic other than that, we, we have established, that it's not going to number two, which makes sense. I mean that definitely within that gray area with whatever the variables are you work with to a healthy outcome. There's a fun story on YouTube bed. Something that happened to me to Starbucks years ago, I got into ordering so some tea in line at a drive through..

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