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How to go through your pre-flight checklist
"Actually i am sick to death of hearing about this term imposter syndrome. It is so negative. Just got a so much baggage with. Let's turn it around and change it to a preflight checklist. I mean being a pilot. We can't fly. We can't plan. We don't know if the plane works without a preflight checklists. Only then can you take off and gain altitude and start thinking more about what. You're trying to accomplish a preflight checklist you have everything you need. Are you prepared. Are you moving forward on the things you need to do to get to where you wanna be so stop. Thinking about imposter syndrome is start. Thinking about completing a preflight checklist to get where you want to go.
Fresh "one minute" from Deminski and Doyle
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Embiid scores career-high 50 points to lead 76ers past Bulls
"The seventy Sixers got a dominant performance from center Joel Embiid as they held all the bills for a one twelve one oh five when it be scored thirteen in the fourth including six in a seven nothing run that put the Sixers ahead the state and be finished with a career high fifty points the first such as player to score fifty since Allen Iverson that it back at two thousand five speaks about twenty games is used and it all begins and all big numbers but just one minute of the cross was needed for me and then I'm gonna I'm gonna do it the bias Harris added twenty two Zach Levine had thirty for the bulls Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Pilot in Los Angeles Kobe Bryant Crash Violated Federal Standards, Likely Became Disoriented, NTSB Finds
"NTSB held a hearing this morning on the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant's daughter, Friends and the pilot last January. Safety investigators say the pilot of Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds and apparent violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented. Here's NTSB meteorologist Mike Richards camera captured the aircraft moving toward the West. Disappearing from view about one minute prior to the accident about this time and eyewitness on the ground below the aircraft's flight path witnessed the aircraft blower at the cloud line. Before it disappeared into heavy clouds that they described as a thick wall. NTSB chair Robert Sumwalt said the pilot was legally prohibited from flying into the clouds but flew in regardless.
Bayern Munich go 10 points clear in Bundesliga
"Start in the boondocks league. Your league leaders buyer munich. Child hurt the berlin just before they head off to fiba club world cup and get a one nothing win rare robert levin penalty miss in this one goal coming in the twenty. First minute from kingsley. Call on that. The difference by munich on picking up the three points and what it means in the boondocks league table is the firing are now ten points clear of second place. Leipzig the big gap continues to grow as byron munich cases yet. Another league title. Look at that and dortmund both right now. Outside of the champion spots well stevie. We expected to win. That match was nervous at the end. Well the the long of the game when on the more heffer actually you could see the believed that they could get something you know they could. They probably could and should have been three octane. This game could have been over but it wasn't me dope ski obviously missing. The penalty was huge. And as i said the longer it went on the stock to to get closer and closer culminating with two minutes to go all the way through hostage score but just just weighed. In the game's over.
Success and Revenue for Your Online Business - Guaranteed with Keith Lynch
"So keith. You actually guarantee results for your partners. And i love how you say. Hey i mean we don't guarantee results for everybody for our partners who we specifically choose because they have the right idea that we can support in the right manner. But we're talking to guarantee brother of ten k. revenue per month for each and every site so give us a little bit behind the scenes. I mean i know you can't give like the entire ingredients and all the potions and all that jazz but how does your team follow through on this. Yeah absolutely of course. Can't give away the secret sauce recipe. But i will say there's a lot of blood sweat and tears into it. We do a short and sweet version of jail is that we have a system and a process that works exceptionally well along with an amazing team. Who's dedicated to the success of all of our partners so a lot of moving parts to it as with any agency again it's the development the research the marketing etc etc. But at the end of the day we're committed to achieve success. And if you want to look at it from contractual perspective where we're contractually obligated to reach that ten k per month so we do work around the clock so we hit it but again. I think that when it comes to business when it comes to as you said earlier providing value achieving value versus just plain old success is about backing up what you say you can do. And i think that's where the guarantee comes into play again. That's where we kind of take partnership approach with with all of our clients. Let's maybe brag about when your clients. Do you have an example that you liked to talk about. I mean we can be specific or nonspecific as possible but hey feel free to give him shout outs. There may be getting some free fire nation love as a result. So i mean you know as a one or two companies that may be our little interesting and different in and out of each other so we need a couple of different perspectives. That you are just in love with. And that's why you brought him on and they're rock-n-roll and for different reasons absolutely. We've got several that. We love to brag about. But there's actually one this month jail excited to tell you about. We had a. We have a partner that we brought on last year built an entire website for her of course in a specific niche actually print on demand. We designed all of the t shirts that she wanted to sell. Very much related to Here in the states being somewhat patriotic not political of course but patriotic and sort catering to that demographic got everything built out and for any digital markers in the fire nation. They probably feel my pain and twenty. Twenty digital marketing specifically on facebook and instagram has been interesting has been a nightmare so we hit a lot of challenges in roadblocks on facebook just like every other agency and the digital marketing space. What we did with this particular partner. Is we kind of took to getting some media attention with her and for her to kind of call out the fact that these challenges exist within social marketing digital marketing on social platforms. And it's funny within a week of doing so. Not only do we cross the ten case. She actually hit about two hundred and fifty thousand in sales just from some unique. Think outside the box. You know good old school. Pr kind of thing. So that's my most recent bragging success story with the quantify ecosystem. I love the recent one. So give us one other one. It could be two years ago. A year ago could be any timeframe just for a little different perspective and again we can be asked pacific or as vague as possible. If you want to protect the person forever you know reasons. Because you know i do understand. Fire nation where makes sense where potentially people are crushing it with a specific product on amazon. And they got this niche carved out and hey if it becomes a saturated market. They lose that and so. What do you want to share in that area keith. A lot of partners that come aboard love to ask about the niche choice rights that we that we create right. So that's always you know big number one question as they come aboard. We've got some strange ones out there. But of course it's all validated with data etc. One of my favorite ones a few years ago. We we dug into the bowtie niche. Which i know sounds bazaar but it turns out. Bow ties having sane margins so as we. We develop this business for this partner. We found that bow ties often retail whether it's online or off for you know in the neighborhood say twenty to thirty dollars. A bowtie turns out those bow ties. Cost about seventy cents to a dollar and a quarter wholesale. The margins are insane so that is another example of as we go through we carve out niches in these businesses for our partners we discovered a sort of these niches or sub niches that we didn't know existed and It's pretty easy to get to ten k. A month with with something like that so we got that one to ten cameras pretty quickly so i can see it now. Fire nation. a bunch of people are going to be turning into bowtie salesmen and saleswomen. Which is why. I gave you the opportunity. Not too specific but hey he's giving away the farm here which is pretty flipping awesome. And let's be. Honest is huge benefits of partying with quantify. Is that your team literally. Offers end to end. Training end support fire nation and support. We're talking market research. Drop ship product and supplier sourcing. Which by the way supplier sourcing a pain in the i can talk from experience with all three of my journals holy crap. We're also talking. Website design developments marketing automation advertising campaign development. I mean this is. The whole package is an end to end system. So those are a lot of moving parts keith. How do you ensure that each business continues to run smooth in support of of these partners of yours. It's a great question. The the longest is with us jail the that we always tell our new partners. We don't go away until you hit that ten k. Or greater within a calendar month and even then we we really. Don't go away until you tell us to. It's a true partnership so we don't really go anywhere until the partner tells us to do so until they got the steering wheel so to speak. But i will tell you. We've some challenges in that space in the past where a partner will say okay. This is awesome. I've got the business. I co managed with you. You shown us everything we need to know. And then some and then you know they'll go away fly the nest so to speak and then they come back three months later saying okay. Something's wrong so it's one of those things that we there's. There's never a phone call. We won't take but it is one of those things. Also we're we we really gird our partners a stick with the training and the support that we provide for them term. That's why it's there fire nation. That is why it's there so keith. You've given us a ton of value. Give us one Major value bomb about commerce about the conversations that we've had today what's one minute thing. You wanna make sure that fire nation walks away with. They can really kind of putting their hats. Learn from an execute upon absolutely i would say online businesses in general fire nation whether it's e commerce or otherwise is the easiest fastest path to cash so to speak and lessons provided or learned with any digital. Excuse me with any business type. That's available today. And i would say it's the path of least resistance gonna give you the less at least hurdles in any industry so whether it's through quantify whether it's simply watching youtube and immersing yourself in that industry or any industry i would say e commerce is the way to go keith. Give us a final call to action. How do we learn more about quantify. How can people contact you. How can people. Maybe you know pitch themselves to potentially become a partner of yours. Absolutely quantify dot com of course qualifies with the w so cute w. ify dot com forward slash. Fire will get the fire nation. A couple of different things We would love anybody who comes from fire nation and becomes a partner with quantify. We'd love to give them some advertising spending cash as they get into their ecommerce business with us and launched. we'd like to offer them a thousand dollars toward their their spent as they get into it and with your permission and blessing jd. I'd love to be able to give them the mastery journal as well or yeah. I'm a huge fan of the freedoms. I got it a couple of years ago and now i find myself buying it on. Repeat for friends family colleagues and partners. So i'd love to be able to offer that the fire nation as well for anyone who becomes a quantified partner. God that's so cool. I mean that's really cool. Fire nation. so man you're hearing that keith. He walks walk. He talks to talk one more time. He's kind of run through what fire nation gets if they go to quantify dot com slash. Fire fill out the application or the inquiry ford to become a partner. If you become a partner with quantify will give you a thousand bucks towards your ad spend as you launch your new ecommerce business that we built with you in four and of course the famous jail de mastery journal which we think everyone on the planet should have
LeBron James scores 46 points in Lakers' win over Cavaliers
"Meanwhile let's go to the performance of the night and it came from another who. We sometimes called the gold. Lebron james back home. In cleveland said it was the home cooking dinner at his mom's house the night before they went out last night and dropped. Forty six on the cavs. Look a male late in the first knocking down to three. He had seven feet in the first quarter. Then i play the second look at the dime little dish six assists for lebron that wanted to mantras. Herro what fifteen points off. The bench lakers thirteen but the fourth quarter. This was a close game. Lakers up to to the defense offense flush thousand nine hundred twenty six from the floor. Hey really took over the fourth quarter. Look at him going up. Swatting that one away from collins texan. They called it a goaltender. They overturned it then. He's knocking down three from the logo that gave him thirty six. A minute later this step back three now. He's at forty. One minute left in the game. Bernard king baseline action. Lebron james twenty one in the fourth forty six points on the night. The lakers remain perfect on the road. They win it in cleveland. One fifteen to one zero eight so there ten no on the road and what that forty six points. He's the oldest laker with a forty point games since kobe. Bryant scored sixty in the final game of his
How Cameo Blew Up During Quarantine
"Remember in the old days when getting attention from famous person having to wait in line for hours with pan and autograph book or stand outside a stage door in the cold hoping to steal a glance of star. Well that was then now if you wanna personalized shout out from a celebrity. There's an app for that. Actually multiple apps on cameo users can choose from around thirty thousand celebrities movie stars professional athletes even social media influencers and pay anywhere from five to a thousand dollars for short video. Shoutouts want melissa ethridge to wish your mama happy birthday. That'll be two hundred dollars. If you're looking for more affordable option. You can pay fifty dollars for an anniversary. Shoutout from bridgeton actress. Ruby barker cameo keeps twenty five percent of the cost as a commission and boy do those commissions add up the at twenty five million in revenue last year that means customers spent a hundred million dollars for celebrity shouts ceo. Stephen galanos said demand for the app increased in march after the us implemented corona virus lockdowns. Because nothing makes being stuck at home sweeter than a message from nba legend kareem abdul-jabbar four. Five hundred dollars gladys told refinery twenty nine that during the pandemic the app became the to for folks who usually get their celebrity fixes through in-person events like meet and greets and fan conventions which of course were cancelled due to covid. And if you couldn't to zoo nope problem cincinnati's famous baby. Hippo fiona could send you a video for one hundred bucks proceeds from his cameos. We should say go back to the zoo. Of course it was only a matter of time before cameo started getting the attention of a sector that relies a lot on putting content directly into the eyes and ears of consumers branding promotional cameos which rolled out last july allow companies to pay celebrities to hype up their products on film without the huge price. Tag that comes with traditional celebrity endorsements. And it's working want proof. Recently tiger king star carole baskin made three hundred dollars for filming a one minute. Cameo promoting animal pharmaceutical company zametica since the video surfaced online a few weeks ago zone has penny stocks jumped two hundred and thirty percent with more than a billion shares traded. That's a lot of medicine for a lot of cats and kittens. Another app is looking to take a swipe at cameos revenue. My fan park began as a south african start up his saturated markets in india and across africa in europe the company recently announced its fourth market expansion into the us like cameo. My fan park allows users to connect with around twenty five hundred celebrities with the added option of extended one to one virtual meetings. Yes if you've ever wanted thirty minutes of executive coaching from moreau for example you can make that happen for two hundred fifty bucks. The gap between celebrities and fans just keeps getting narrower. And that's good news for cameo in my fan par now. If only i could find a way for my teenager to want to wish me a happy birthday for free. Come on parents. You know how that is
Business Lessons with Michael Teoh
"Michael is served fortune. Five hundred companies across forty one countries. Michael take a minute and filling for the tidbits about your law. Thank you so much andrew into all of you listening to this podcast and watching our interview right now lonzo doctrine that's a piece greeting from where i'm from kuala lumpur malaysia nestled in the heart of asia. Just in between singapore and thailand. A little bit tidbit about me is that i'm very grateful. Where during one of my productivity trainings. That i deliver to leaders around the world. It happened in malaysia. On one fine day. Web president barack obama actually visited my training. The president came for half an hour and it left me pleasantly surprised. Though i was shocked and i didn't know what to say for the next one minute. It was an awkward silence but the president gave his signal that i could carry on and then i carried the session on for the next thirty minutes and then the president came up took the stage gave his speech and we had a great time to connect with each other he gave a very very kind testimonial to the work that i was doing for the valla people because at the end of the day andrew really. I believe it's people like us many hardworking people out there watching this interview right now. Who's listening in. We are the ones that make the world goes round. We are the ones that put food on the table and we are the ones that really the movers and shakers many of us unsung heroes again. Thank you again andrew. And that's one of the reasons why i wanted. I was so excited to agree to be given this opportunity even to appear on your show again. Thank you andrew fantastic. You know. it's an interesting thing. Michael that as a financial guy. A lotta times. I spent my and i've spent my years during the performance of companies. And you know what. I've come to learn over. The years is that financial success has to do with two things number one the leader of the company if it's a bad leader in a bad direction that they choose. It's very hard to have strong. Financial success true so number one is the leader and the number two thing. is that what i've learned. In my opinion you don't need superstars. You need good qualified people but what you need is coordination amongst the management team. That's if you have a good leader and coordination amongst the land management team. That is the secret sauce. And so for all those people listening out there. If you think you're gonna find it in a financial statement. It's not there. Because remember as i always teach in my teaching of people in management i always say and particularly to my finance students finance adds no value. And what i mean by that is that finance is a mirror it is a reflection it is a way. It is a feedback mechanism for management team to judge the impact of their decisions. So i like people to understand particularly financial people. I know a lot of financial friends. Listen to this podcast. I want financial. People always keep in mind. That finance is a supporting function. Just as much as human resources and others and if you go into business only with a focus on finance you'll never get there but if you go into business with focus on management leadership strategy in building a team. That works together. It's unstoppable spot on andrew spa and also. I think you know the other thing about i. I often say to small and medium-sized businesses. Never fear giant businesses. Yeah they are so messed up. They can't easily coordinate. The activities of their management team and of the different business units a very difficult thing to do and they've also fallen prey to the the idea of. Kpi's in the sense that everybody has a key performance indicators that they're pushing and all the sudden you have everybody working hard in their own area but few people thinking about how to coordinate that effort and that's why the coordination of the management team is what really can said a small medium sized business apart and make an impact anyways. Those are those. What's your i mean. You've you've done a lot with large as well as small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the takeaways. Let's just say there's there's listeners here to do have small and medium-sized businesses. What are some of the things that you've learned over the years. I believe one of the things. Andrew that i've just had the fortune to work with is with fortune. Five hundred companies as you mentioned across forty one countries and i agree with you spot on and you mentioned some of these large companies. They have a lot of challenges when they're not coordinated or even if the global headquarters is shoes a directive but when it comes to a localization part if they do not work or respect local partners to work with it doesn't work and one thing i find having coach one hundred fifty. Sme's during this pandemic because it is during this time where truth be told andrew if you would ask me. Is it my first preference to work with sms. Truth be told. It's not reason being because during this pandemic when it hit malaysia we ran into a lot now immediately all out. Huge corporate clients decided to freeze training. Funds decided to freeze employees development funds. And i realized that s my business was suffering yet. I didn't wanna give up so what i felt was. Hey if the big boys or the big corporates are not able to pay me. Where else can i bring my company. Where else can pivot. And where else can i add tremendous value. Because i'm a believer if you wanna get paid in. Whatever you're doing do not ask us of what people could give you but instead ask what you can give people so i started asking myself. What value can i give. And that was. When i realized that a lot of sme's struggling they were shutting down. And then i realized that. I coach i train. I guide a lot of bit. Corporates on sales marketing on how to happen entrepreneurial jal thinking and i thought i'm just going to bring all this formula that i've learned from all these big companies and i'm going to localize it personalized to sme's and that was how we help them generate five to six figures revenue during the time when everyone was closing shop independent lockdown that hit malaysia. And then people heard about us across the region and that was how we got invited across south east asia and part of the united states to do trainings consulting and even some mentoring virtually. But if you were to ask me what i really respect from. Sme's that were willing to at least fight. During this pandemic is their willingness that openness to be jal and to be nimble and to assure a-team that things are going to be uncertain. They're going to be uncertain if physician change of a drop of a hat. They must have be emotional audacity the strength to cope with it and to just have that faith that better things will come
Stocks tumble at the open of trading Friday, with the Dow off nearly 200 points
"30,008 03, about two thirds of 1%. The S and P is down 12. The NASDAQ is actually up four points in the first minute. Asian markets closed mixed overnight. European markets are lower today, he and afternoon trading Retail sales fell again in December. That is three months in a row. One recent could be the stores started their holiday sales earlier than usual. The pandemic also kept shoppers away from stores Sales fell a seasonally adjusted 0.7% in December. In the month before. Now at 9 30 to the airlines are stepping up security ahead of next week's
Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman
"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence
Indonesia jet carrying 62 goes missing on domestic flight
"Jet carrying 62 people has lost contact with air traffic controllers after taking off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight. The Indonesian Transportation Ministry says the Boeing 7 37 500 took off from Jakarta and lost contact less than an hour into the flight tracking service flight radar. 24 says the plane lost more than 10,000 Ft of altitude altitude in less than one minute. Lane is is different from the 7 37 Max, which was grounded in 2019. After two crashes. Boeing agreed to pay $2.5 billion to settle the criminal charge of defrauding safety regulators in connection with 7 37 Max crashes.
Goodbye to Alcohol - Series 3 - Episode 10 - Mary Anne Shearer - the Natural Way - burst 01
"It was his guys talking roland hydra one year and end the sky was the and he came up to me after he said like. I'm here to help me recover from alcoholism. I don't want to rehab. I've just come to detox. My buddy what. Can i do to stop caving. Alcohol acid right. This is what you gotta do. Every morning you get up and you have as much fruit and a nice handful of narrow nuts or seeds with just eat as much food as you can stuff. Your face doesn't have to be early in the morning but it must be a first meal of the day and eat as much as it. If it's a box of mangoes and eat the box of mangoes op done that. Eaten a box magazine taya watermelon. And you might do that for three months and eventually what happens. Is you end up eating one mango in. It's really sweet sausage. I into stuff your face. Full of lucas. In every natural glucose fresh fruits nuts every time. You crave alcohol. Just reach out for some dates or some raisins or even like a hundred percent pure grape juice or you know have sparkling grape juice. It satisfies your cells needs for glucose that craving will stop welcome to goodbye to alcohol about calls from wealth without wine with you. Want to say goodbye to alcohol. Revie said goodbye. Twelve called over the on just so this is the podcast few. We've got recovery stories to in spy experts to inform you plenty of advice on how to drink and change your life. Hello hello and welcome to the good. By twelve coal podcast. My name is john goran. I'm the founder of wealth without wine. And i'm your host for this podcast. My hero wealth without wine we help people to change their relationship with alcohol over the past five years. We've helped hundreds of people to do just that and we created world without wind because we believe it's really really halt to change your drinking alone so wealthed without wine wit all about community each week we're going to feature a community voice just to give you a flavor of the also. Try his somebody from one of Subgroups hello everyone. So i have a little friday when which happened last night Myself my family celebrated thanksgiving with our american bamiyan states Remotely and it was the first time in twenty-six days at i would becoming face to face with an actual bottle of wine so i was a bit concerned and i knew that i had to have some safety precautions. Set in place for myself. So i had my phone Close by me. So i could contact group if i needed to My also got some alcohol free wine that was recommended by this group and And the support of my family so my mom and i enjoyed some lovely alcohol free wine. Which actually wasn't as bad as i thought it would be. We served at super chilled and it was actually super delicious and refreshing. We skype with a family overseas headed delicious meal and i didn't have a drop of alcohol And then at the end of the evening we weren't bid. I finished off my class of savvy. Rich in the candlelight listening to some chile music Went to bid and the biggest one of all was waking up this remembering exactly what happened last night and without a headache I'm super proud of myself. Never ever in a million years thought that this was possible. But it did it and today is day. Twenty-seven machine all a fabulous wonderful weekend wherever you are in the world if huge cut to join our woman welcoming community and get a bit of support. Just go to weld without wind dot com and click on the membership top. So let's get my guest today into being a lady who's pretty well known here in south africa. Her name is maryanne sheera now. Maryanne is a woman before had time. She wrote a book called the natural way more than twenty years ago. An only now is the way of life. She advocates going mainstream on apart from being an author. Marianne is a motivational speaker. And she runs a very successful pekan restaurant as well as running natural health programs. I'll begin by asking maryanne satele to bit about herself. I had serious health problems which included being bipolar had kids at had ear infections tonsillitis runny noses that was high blood pressure so we had these kind of. I call him normal health problems because it wasn't like the big three cancer heart disease diabetes. It was just all like niggly stuff that was affecting our relationships and was affecting the way we functioned from day to day. And i have always been interested in the human body i prob- i might have become a doctor. But i'm i'm glad i didn't because it made me look for answers and other places so i was fascinated with the human body studied physiology anatomy and chemistry in the sciences and i was fascinated with the how the human body worked. So we're not. We started having these problems and we were being treated traditional medical way with anti anti-inflammatories and antihistamines for a head allergic dermatitis. On my hands and the kids with antibiotics just didn't make any sense because nobody actually got well. all it doesn't seem to do is suppress symptoms. And then they'd come back two weeks later. I saw the athol up. Gotta find answers. This was long. Before the era of google that really dates meet And just go and do a search on google. And the closest i've got to google was on several occasions sneaking into the fits medical library in johannesburg and he are trying to find says there and looking at books in the archives and just like nobody really had answers to my questions had to find the myself now. I really believed because i could see the. You'll buddy actually repays itself if you cut your finger to paint it stop. You don't need to go and you know cost a spillover it or go to the doctor. My fingers cut itself. Please can drug. I mean unless you chopped to finger off you'd want to beg on but just a cut finger. Paper cut irritate you. It hurts but you it just eventually repays itself and and if you study the human body like a did you find out that the liver you can actually cut off your liver out. Remove it entirely donated to somebody else. Give the small lobe to somebody else in the big global grow and then you've donated your smaller that logo groesbeck like this is the most amazing thing and yet when it comes to lever cancer you told is no cure for it. You're going to die while you would because you're going to be given all these drugs and you live a second will just get sick and pick up than you will die so i was looking for ways to correct the looking for the causes and then ask trying to fix the causes. I did find that. Nutrition made a huge difference. When i changed my diet. Took after find sugar and my by pella symptoms when my crazy periods of manic unbelievable highs. We are could take on the world. And i was going to change the world and i'm actually by nature very idealistic person and my mission in life is i want to change the world. One person at a time. I want to get them healthy enough. Got the goal to reach. A million people wrote a book called the natural way it came out in nineteen. Ninety-one was a runaway bestseller according to the publishers and it sold as i say of three hundred thousand copies it's been published in the united states. The funny thing is it seems to be taking of now first published in the states in two thousand five fifteen years not getting traction. So it's like if it does take off and i happened to reach the new york times. Basically nobody can ever say was an overnight success at this pathetic years. So you're a woman before your time. Someone emission to really help people if i can get rid of my bipolar symptoms and be completely sane And and thinks straight and have a brain in and and bow bowels and bladder that works properly all the time and be living in that sweet spot of health than anybody can do it. Because i had terrible problems. Janet listening to all calls from weld without wine. Marianne take me about you just mentioned alcoholic parents. It that intrigued me wondering if that was one of the reasons why you want it to research to health unle- to healthier lifestyle was that of a trigger. I think it. I think it was. I think you know even mentioned to some one time that i want to try to get drunk when us fourteen and jank moms cara pheno one and didn't like the way i felt i felt out of control and i think that sense of not being in control of my immediate environment and i wouldn't say i'm a control freak but i needed to be common working properly and audley at the sense of order i think that comes from growing up in the chaos of alcoholic appearance at home and my mom was a party animal. She was functional alcoholics. She could party all night and go to work the next day in absolutely fine my father however party will not and he wouldn't work for six months and that was you know he'd worked for six months and then not work for six months to a year or two years so we grew up with that sort of chaotic and then my parents got divorced because my mother said she had four kids anita fifth one. My father married. Somebody was crazy as he was. You know do things like pour petrol over my stepmother and threatened sitter a lot this crazy stuff that chaos does makes you want to live an ordinary that the thing. That really got to me when i was a kid. My mom had this medical encyclopedia. And i would pour over at the age of four hundred. All these gory. Pictures of people as innocent large thyroid landed was like the size of pumpkin and the knicks and these open ruins and at sit there and cringes kind of not. Wanna look at them. But it's fasten. The human body fascinated me from a very early age. My mom was kind of forward thinking as much as she was a party animal. She told us we couldn't chew gum or drink. Physical because our brains would fry and and we went lottery comic books either. So i had the sense of trying to do the right thing I think it also grows up with you know you grow up with a parent. That's a bit narcissistic. i think. Alcoholism in a sense is a narcissistic habit. Because you just carrying about a million myself. And i'm trying to numb my pain. You know not thinking about the responsibilities of life you know growing up with it. I had the saints. That i wanted to please my mom and do the right thing so i was considered the goody. Two shoes in the family just always trying to do the right thing in an nfl had to take it back to pregnancy was a need to just have off in my life Feel like yeah. Things went as chaotic. As they've seen. We moved a lot as kids. You know doing a geographic alcoholic. Parents do that things. Don't work you just move somewhere else. Yeah i've i've come across two different reactions when people have Parents they are do what she did. And react against the kale. Some won't control an order in their life all they they tend to say well. You know sin family. I'm bound to be that as well and then kinda give up unsolved drinking as well so Is that been your experience as well. Do you think people tend to go. A different one of two was party. Animal ended in two brothers. That partied hard. I mean they crashed a few calls when they were aided. And that god they've grown up and grown out of it and They've so but very working my two brothers especially very sober and very hard working And and i just think. I think what you you learn the learned behavior sydney. I look at myself is it. I may not have been addicted to alcohol. But as very addicted to sugar so ahead addictive side to me that anita to the sugar made me feel good in that space. So i suppose in a sense. I was doing much what people do with alcohol when us feeling unhappy or was feeling sad or on feeling like a done something. Well i would reward myself or console myself with suga whether it was fragile candy or cake. So is scream. It didn't really matter how much as i said. Even propane sugar staying out of the sugar bowl. As i got older. I became health conscious. South for made fudgy using brown sugar. That was really good. But you're that that that needs that sense of of you don't you you know parents at properly as if you growing up in an alcoholic home so you learn. The navy is that that it's a k. To satisfy yourself for full let need with a something in a with some people it could be gambling. All pornography will with made was shook end and food as a compulsive overeater. And the only reason we're glad clinically obese of always been physically active and and if i was not eating properly and exercising. I wouldn't ever sleep. I would. And i think that looking at having dealt with so many people in our family and with people have met of the years that alcohol sometimes puts people to sleep just eventually knocks you out so eventually do sleep when you're very active brain not taught how to look off draw brain. How what does alcohol do to bring. What is caffeine due to the brain so one minute drinking coffee over here and then that's like over stimulating central noticing. Make all your nerve cells five. Ab rapidly and then you'd having alcohol too. Because that's a natural depressant than you take the to calm you down and put you to sleep and then you wake up the next morning and you hung oversee start with the coffee again in the brain goes into overdrive. Then you would lots of sugar into the coffee. So you just getting on this treadmill and i think i think if we were taught the staff about how everybody body reacted to sit and things from when we were kids. Part of the reason assorted school is that we would understand how our body worked and figure stuff out pretty soon and make good choices. But that's me probably being idealistic as well if you were talking to someone. That was drinking super too much. They weren't really aware of what it was doing to that office. That brains. what what would you tell them. How would you summarize the home that it does to us. Gee i'm the first thing we know. Is it really damages the central nervous system in the brain. And we've now these quite a lot of research showing that parkinson's disease which michael j. fox got a really young age and he has a. He was a big drinker. Huge drinker everything. I've read on him. The alcohol played a big role in. He's laughing was younger. That can damage your central nervous system. and it doesn't do it alone. Units alcohol and sugar and bed diets and bed living but alcohol plays a huge role in that. It really affects a whole lot of things affect your central nervous system in your brain so you don't handle stress well and lacewell you handle stress. The more you're going to drink because it numbs you. Eugenic feel you can just numb yourself. you stop feeling in dozen courage assistant behavior because it becomes all about my feelings and my stress and my money to numb in. I mean we all know this. We would go without food in a hassle appearance drink and i've seen it in other families. The mother a single mumble drink because she's lonely or because she feels a failure whatever. Her reasons are and there'll be no food in the fridge. Another normal alcoholic friggin. Look on his nets moke in there in a piece of cheese. And that's about it if you lackey Most just don't have food in them. And i know as kids if they was cheese enough ridge. We would flatness in like half an hour because he's a no win. The food was going come which didn't help but encourage things like a compulsive over eating so a central nervous system and that's the one side the other side that in a fix and impacts really badly as the indicating system and that's a system that controls every single part of the buddy janice it controls your liver your lungs your kidneys digestive tract your muscle tone. You sleep your menstrual cycles. Your facility these nothing. It's not in your breathing. Your lung function your hair. Growth your nails. You'll skin it it. It affects every single part. The endocrine system produces hormones in different parts of the body in those hormones may chemical reactions take place which makes the body function properly. Have alcohol's interfering with it function because what it does is it actually pushes your blood sugar up really really high so you feel like good on alcohol woo and then your blood sugar over produces your body produces over produces insulin. 'cause you're about to go into a diabetic coma and in your body's designed to repeat itself over produces the insulin brings it all the way back down and as it starts to slide mcdonagh feeling really tired immaculate and sleep and pass out if it gets really bad And then you you. You might have something like coffee or tea or another drink to try and raise your blood sugar again so when you blood. Sugar fluctuates fitting brain and central nervous. System your endocrine system and your immune system and you can understand the not explaining this very well with the whole covid. Nineteen they send. People are drinking and having caught accidents but alcohol suppresses immune function. That's what it does. So the government instead of educating everybody in showing us adverts over and over which i think would help better than just locking everybody down and telling you you know these content touch alcohol reagan so ridiculous. You can't buy alcohol during the on the weekend so everybody's just by way more so every restaurant selling wine under the counter to the clients you know because they can't make money selling food during lockdown. It was bizarre to see the activities that going on at the end of the day understood. Exactly what it does. And how it suppresses immune function we must take these things a little bit more seriously than being wrecked on the knuckles suck educate people that teach them the stuff so i think other thing that it does and this is fascinating. Refined sugar does exactly the same thing is alcohol does just desert loose something called reactive hopper blah seamier. Which when the blood sugar shoots up to high we over produce insulin and brings it right down so down so far down your blood sugar that the part of the brain your frontal lobe that controls moral behavior planning and forethought will just shuts down completely. Okay and the part of the brain that takes over as part of the brain that controls aggression appetite and sexual function. And i think this is probably really important to help people understand these blackouts that they have so you can have a blackout but you not passed out you just living life. I mean. I know a girl that poured wax all over yourself. Hot wax in that state couldn't remember how she got burned from this x. She took all our clothes often. Did this is absurdity. Because the people that were they told her what she does. She could not believe she did something like that. I had a woman that came and spoke to me. Because i was when i speak often speak about the stuff because it played such a role in my life and how important it is to make. Sure you're getting the right kind of glucose about in a while. And she came up to me after she said. I'm embarrassed to raise my hand and tell you what i do but cannot speak to you privately. Acid short can understand when she told me the story. She said i'm going to tell you. I'm very very committed. Christian person go to church regularly. my husband's actually involved in the leadership of the church. We go to bible study on wednesday nights. We go to between one and three services and the sunday we we're involved in the charitable work and stuff but she says periodically. I wake up in another town or another suburb in strange man's bid. And i have no recollection of how i got the and i say to you consume and she said. Nah don't i said are you a sugar addict. And she said yes osama title sugar addict and it does the brain. What alcohol does we. You just black out completely. Obviously you've got to be extreme amounts of sugar to do this but alcohol does the same thing you drink. Extreme amounts you'd binge drink and the knicks thing you wake up and you in somebody else's bid and like how the hell did you get in the shame of all of this is worse than you start drinking again and this whole thing goes on so what happens is when the primitive brain takes over. You either going to get aggressive. You're going to just eat and eat and eat canoe appetites. Just nothing's gonna be enough or you. Could your sexual function could take over. And you become extremely promiscuous and that's clearly very dangerous because besides possibility of fathering all mothering a child you could end up with terrible sexual diseases. So it's it's a huge problem and people don't know this until somebody like me comes and tells him and nobody studies this. Because you take the average psychologist or psychiatrist. Dr they studying medicine and how to cheat you when you sick with medicine and surgery than looking. And what is the cause of all these problems and vivian often. It's a physiological or physical course an and utrition is something that's kind of just ignored and net. That study was done with reactive. Hoppy glycemic was done by women. Called baba read stood. She lived in the united states and operated in stable municipal area and she was in charge of the juvenile delinquent and criminal juvenile delinquent and the prisoners. The adult prisoners in the end the juvenile delinquents and she found that of them something like ninety three percent of the people that she'd work with suffered from this reactive hypoglycemia and in that state of blacked out. Where you can't remember what went on people will kill the family. They'll the children we ask you. Yeah then they will beat somebody into coma they'll be do the most. They'll they'll commit a crime. And they have no recollection of course when you committing crimes being something people like as easy to say you lost your mind and you can't remember but it's an actual condition where you had no recollection of went on. It's completely blacked out. You listening to reply to alcohol. The podcast from world without one if eat lights join our tribe. Please check out website. That wine don't cold so yeah. Apparently those many people in child but have done that have a blackout killed somebody. You cannot in jail recollection too. Many people in jail i mean. Can you imagine Horrendous but blackouts very common in all community. We talk about the loss of people have blackouts. I used to have the have them as well Boston is like all it was a walking talking blackout because I was with some friends for afternoon. And apparently i seem quite normal. You know i was walking around talking. We'd walk quite a long way together. I have no recollection. I mean we'd been drinking since frightful Drink but i. It just hit me over the edge. I lost an entire. And you know i used to have blackouts where the end of the evening was a bit fuzzy Quite remember how it may be. But this one was really serious Hated the idea thought woking talking blackout the fat my brain was so alcoholic couldn't even make memories nazi Absolutely terrifying and here's the thing that people don't understand is that you'll cells and your buddy a designed to consume glucose. Nothing works in your in your at salable. You got thirty seven trillion cells in your body. They desperately need glucose they needed to make. Atp a denison triphosphate which is what creates energy your monaco andrea desperately. Need that your every little organ nelio in the plasma critical in these tiny little things inside the cell that you can't even see with your naked eye it needs glucose your brain and central system can't work without glucose and if you're not getting enough you going to crave alcohol or sugar and barbara read stood say we knew feed children refined sugar growing up on any level. She said you're actually preparing them for alcoholism because they get into the cycle. The blood sugar going up and it's coming down and they feel that the sugar satisfies and then you you graduate from a kid to adolescence or young young person in your twenties wait sitting stuffing faced with ice cream and chocolate says locked kind of interdict so will have a drink and it does. What sugar to to you. And now you recognize that. Except that the alcohol gives you even a bit of feeling takes you higher disrupts you lower so if we understood that we need need proper glucose for body's natural glucose and and so often when i've done a talk i actually say to the audience and i remember reading this one year at a secrets convention at sun city outside johannesburg. The were probably five hundred people Woman and i said to them. Okay if you do any of you crave sugar and they've just everybody put the hand and i said when you craving sugar. What is it that you put into your mouth. What is it you put. And what is it that you actually craving an attempt to get the point across. Imagine yourself in the garden of eden and you craving something sweet. What would you eat. And there was a stately silence and this woman blonde voluptuous woman sitting in the front rows in this deep voice. Adam evan rumor osc that christian. I'm thinking this woman. It was really funny at the time. But it's just interesting because i've often christian in los angeles of austin in the republic of hot bay of austin zimbabwe of austin the uk. Austin all over the
Missions to Mars, the Moon and Beyond Await Earth in 2021
"He may have been asked to have that. Removed nasa net nasa gets pumped for twenty twenty one with hype video full of moon dreams and mars. Hope nasr's big plans for the year but doing space is still pretty hard. Last year was a big one for space missions. We got We got man missions back to the international space station. After many years of the shuttle being retired it's amazing. How long we relied on the russians. Now we don't have to write them a check but the russians are still lifting astronauts. The iss many most of them are from other countries. Now the space agency released a video previewing hyping. His plans for the new year and the moon is the star of the show. Why are we going back to the moon. Really you know honestly is that. Make any sense for some of you. Don't think we went to the moon begin with i think they ought to land on one of those missions close to a nasa landing site from the early days in. Show us some of that stuff. Did they left while the video. Swallow hope and optimism We know that the space launch system has delays is largely because of coronavirus pandemic parts parts parts and parts and parts and parts. I'm having issues getting some stuff here too that i need because there's no parts the first big test of the orion spacecraft is in the works for twenty twenty one with artists one. But we'll have to wait and see if the unscrewed mission able to launch this year after all and Of course the presser veers roller is set for a landing on mars on february tnt. So we got that to look forward to the twenty one minutes of how or whatever it's called If all goes well mark the start of a long range plan to bring martian rock samples back to earth and of course the much much delayed. James webb space telescope is still on the calendar for an october thirty first launch date. We spent so much money on the james webb space telescope. I just everyone will probably be holding their breath all the way to or visit with this thing and at the same time. The hubble is well you know well at its end of life you know well close to its end of life issues and we got a lot of the hubble is operating in your systems have died and there's no way to go and repair it so I wonder what they're gonna would have to do. If the james webb space telescope had issues once they launched but so
Why You Need Start Doing Video with Cheryl Tan
"Why don't you unpack. This no fell video formula. Because i think this is really going to draw the picture for people. I think this is going to put it a little bit more concrete structure for them. So as i mentioned earlier i have been in front of the camera for many many years. I was a long time tv journalist. I've made all of my mistakes. Live in front of a lot of people and when i started working with business owners when i started my company. I realized that the things that i did for. Tv for the news for my job. It was the system. I just didn't put it into words. Just i didn't have to. I was under a deadline. I had multiple deadlines a day and so focused on any of those pieces. I wouldn't get my job done. So i had to create this system to help explain to business owners. I was working with the path to creating video so zero video is to me a five step process and all laid out right here is five peaks. It's prepare position process publish and promote and again when i was in the newsroom when i was working under deadline i did all of these things. Just did them all at the same time and i did not wittingly. Didn't like think about it. I just did it. But then since then i've had to really break it down to help people who are not used to a deadline. Who are not used to being in front of the camera to really see how to make this work for them. So the one thing. I want to say before i kind of go through my five. Ps is that being on camera is comfortable uncomfortable for everybody for most everybody. Most people i work with. They don't feel comfortable. They don't like the sound of their voice. They don't like the way their hair looks right. Now i don't love the way my hair looks but you just push through knowing that the information that you're sharing the value you're giving is more important than anything else and the first step of my no fill video formula is to prepare. Unfortunately being on video needs a little bit more equipment than like logging or even podcasting. You kind of need a camera so most of the time a camera that you have that you're using to text with to check your stocks with is good enough. The smartphone that you have in your hand will have a camera that is good enough and preparing is just that preparing that preparing and making sure you have a camera preparing your audio to make sure that you're in a quiet place if you don't have an external microphone and then also making sure that people can see you so i do have a light on me right now but if you don't sitting by a window and making sure you're facing the window so that the light is shining on you is really enough. There doesn't need to be a huge monetary outlay. If that's where you want to start which is using what you have right now. And i know a lotta people kind of get stuck in the prepare mode. I know it. Because i hear all the questions. Oh you know. Should i get this camera. Should i get that an icee. Let's wait until we figure out how you're going to use video in your business and if you continue with it sure get the next level. Dsl our share. A picture with me. Because i love to stay ahead. I love a good camera just like anybody else but until you get to that point. Let's start with what you have. And then the next part is the next part that dumps people is the positioning that you have in your space. What are you going to say on camera. How are you going to connect with people who want to hear what you have to say and so positioning is really just figuring out who want to talk to on camera and giving them content. That will help them create value in their day so that could look very different for many different people when i do videos from youtube channel. I know that people are asking me questions about equipment. They're asked me questions about scripts and they're asked me questions about backgrounds and things like that so my videos are focused on giving them those answers. So i have a script template that i share. I have all kinds of equipment guide that people can download for free and if you look at your content in that way you can do the same thing for your audience. It's really funny. You know. I'm glad you brought that up. It's funny because i have. I think i have over one hundred videos on my youtube channel. And i would bet that eighty percent of them. The topics of eighty percent of them were questions. The people had asked me either. They asked me over social or by email or maybe it was in another video alive. I was doing. They had asked this question in the comments. But i take a lot of my content. The topics from questions people are asking me because after all i'm here to serve them. It's not about what's interesting to me. It's about what they wanna know. So i love that as a tip. I think that's a simple easy tip on how to start creating ideas of what you're going to talk about. I love this tip to is more more so in the last few months i've been on a lot of virtual call like summits and webinars with organizations with a lot of people who are on the call and they ask you a bunch of questions and so i'll take the questions that come in through zoom and i'll just save them a click save on the chat and take those questions and turn them into videos knowing that if one person is asking that question most likely someone else is asking it somewhere that i can figure out. Seo wise how to put that on youtube. But then i also have a piece of video that answers the question that i know that at least one person has so i can even send that video to that one person but it's not so much that we don't have content in her head or that we even have trouble organizing it is sometimes. We just don't know where to get started and to me. That's a great start. If people already asking you questions save it. Save it somewhere safe so you can refer to it over and over again. Just keep a running list. I actually have google. Doc and i actually have a note in my iphone. Wear whenever a topic comes up whenever a question comes up. I always just keep rolling index of topics and i usually put them in kind of title format. And then i use that as kind of the framework of what i'm going to create the content about whether it be a podcast episode or a video or blockbuster. Whatever it's just a habit that i've developed over the years so i think that's a great idea. I love that and my problem. Unfortunately i have a lot of ideas and a lot of different places. I put them in. So don't do that. Note to self right. Do not do that. If you're going to have a google. Doc have one not like five where things are difficult to find. And that's the other thing is sort of creating for yourself. A process that you will follow. I was just talking to a client. Just a bit ago and i said to her. What if you started a weekly facebook live to your audience. They ask you questions all the time they ask you all the time. All kinds of questions you have answers to that for them relate and you have answers for them that are related to your business. Maybe add some sort of product is out of stock. Or you're getting a new shipment of this or your hours changing. Why don't we have a weekly update like wednesdays at ten. Am that you can share all of the updates for the week and your audience knows to check in on that every single week at the same time and if they're not there live they can catch the replay. What i find is that me saying that is one thing but actually having them feel comfortable enough to do that is another so we just wanna give one tip dennis and you know. I know you probably didn't have to do this in the very beginning. But some people don't necessarily feel comfortable talking on camera so what you could do is just turn on your camera like turn on your phone. Swipe up put the camera on selfie mode and start recording yourself every morning after you get up. Maybe after you've had some coffee record yourself giving like a one minute tip of the day. It won't go anywhere it won't unless you wanted to won't go anywhere. Just have it on your phone and try that for seven days and then take a look at them. See how you feel about them after. You've recorded them. What you'll probably see is it wasn't so bad and then you're kind of building that muscle memory. You're like oh. I can do this. I can record this on my phone. I can share this tip. I can share that tip and it can be succinct. It can be valuable and once it's on my phone. I can share it.
Bills punctuate AFC East supremacy with thrashing of Patriots
"Buffalo patriots and this was a great one josh allen dance in his way into the playoffs visiting the patriots bills looking for the season. Sweep over the past for the first time this century and it started with a little bit of trickery. Four minutes left in the first quarter and look at that to kwan. Johnson taking the snap on the fake punt but bill stack in the box. But it didn't matter because watch just real smooth completing that. Pass keeping the drive going. How about that under one minute left in the first quarter fourth and one patriots forty three yard line allen fixed the hand off keeps informed software twenty two yard gain and the first down bills were having their away with the patriots in this game. After an here you go right here. You look at it. Allen dropping back dawson knox in their. Sorry zack moss. In there for the touchdown both bills lead ten three for the patriots score. Bills the ten nine fourth into on the forty three allen drops back. And here's the dawson. Knox keeping the first down three three on fort down in the first half. They entered monday with seven down. Tries few it's in the nfl that drive continues person. Go from the four allan with the play action. Finding smith in the end zone for the touchdown bills lead at seventeen nine and smith gets a nice little. Tackle buys line keeping them happy next bills possession. First and ten from the fifty allen drops back finding stefan digs at takes it all the way running by guys built twenty four nine heading the halftime and it was that kind of game and it didn't get any better for the patriots in the third quarter fills. I drive out of the hat. I intend on the patriots. Eighteen yard line allan fires gigs. And yuck walks right. In for the touchdown second touchdown catch the game for dig balentine. Jim kelly for the most touchdowns in a single season in bills history. Those thirty one the nine and then fourth quarter first and goal. He's gonna break jim. Kelly record on this play right here. Stefan digs third touchdown catch of the game and watch it again flex on that one bill bell not happy because watch it again and to strike and this combination between alan digs working to perfection right now and these guys were all smiles after the game. Maybe wait wait. You think josh allen the mvp stefan percent especially mine vp. Yeah right definitely for them. Goals brought to you by subway and the tandem josh allen and stefan digs set a single season franchise records in passing touchdowns and receiving yards last night. Giving buffalo twelve wins for the first time. Since one thousand ninety three thirteenth win would be tied for the most in bills history.
How to build a lasting brand with Kevin O'Leary
"Obviously because the dragons den and then shark tank your personal brand. How would you the human. Because you're talking obviously as you can imagine listening first minutes of this conversation. I've been spending the last eleven years building communications death star to do everything you just talked about. Because i basically believed that the internet was going to squeeze the middle everything was going to be direct to consumer whether or not so t e commerce and that the ability the storytelling run. The arbitrage distributions was actually the game. So i like those chess moves of how they played out to me. I'm curious because i'm sure a lot of people. Were watching your curious right now. What you yourself within social media have you in these nine months. 'cause i'm sure you've been busy helping mentor. I'm sure you are constantly on calls with entrepreneurs fifty plus businesses. But what about you and your own personal brand. Have you picked up a platform. Have you started us. Lincoln from a content standpoint. Have you downloaded tiktok. You the man you the shark you. Where do you sip personally right now with with social or content creation whether i party because he grabbed the phone and do it or whether you live a little bit of the game i play. I've iraq ironically cedar for the first time in seven months. Have somebody producing for you. The personal brand. What's the production around that anything you know. Gary you are the role model for guys like me. You got it right. You guessed it right. The middle did get squeezed out. No question and i really got involved in social by two. And a half years ago. I hired a team of producers editors and storytellers to work within my own production company. Larry productions and what i learned. This is the paramount. Maybe maybe i'll give you credit for this because certainly watching you. You cannot bullshit people. You can't lie to them. You have to be totally transparent whether that's good bad or ugly. You gotta tell the truth. That is what a personal brand is built. Talk the minute. It's almost like the analogy are used. I teach this stuff. Now here in boston i do. I used to do lectures in person. But now i do them. Virtually at harvard and mit and temple and notre dame and talk about this stuff primarily graduating course of business students and engineers about entrepreneurship. It's like dating. You know when you fall in love and you meet somebody. And you're just empowered by that magic moment and i draw this analogy all the time. You just so wonderful and everybody should fall in love with whoever it's going to be. But then as time passes things change and maybe a year or two later. You're thinking about cheating okay. And you do now. You have a decision to make after you've done that you tell the truth to your significant other or do keep it a secret. And here's why i bring it up for business you're going to get caught one hundred percent of the time when you cheat you're gonna get caught because you didn't tell the truth. Your significant significant other can never look at you the same again. You've lost fifty percent of the equity in that relationship forever. it may not break up. You may go on but it will never the same business. The first time you get your customers your constituencies your shareholders. You lose fifty percent of the equity forever to tell the truth and take the hit and the ownership and transparency and intent around the. I'm sorry the that's such. That's absolutely right everything out of your mouth comma. There's also the half pregnant. Sorry and there's the real sorry and i think corporations the standards in which people want from companies is completely completely impossible for most companies. They may be good at the environment but they're bad at wages they like companies are are a convoluted animal. Just like people and this thought that you don't understand how to say sorry when you're trying to fix something people would rather dance. Look over there a bird instead of owning it and to your point in that lack of apology creates more damage. sometimes than even the event itself. Yes that's exactly. And i tell all my ceo's now look do not lie to the customers. Don't lie to your employees. don't lie to me. don't lie to anybody your shareholders. Even take the pain. Take the hit. Admit the mistake you made and you will build a relationship with customers. What we're learning online is if you have a direct relationship with the customer and you're honest with them and you tell them. Hey the protestant to be delayed or sore. You got a bad product will replace. It will give your money back. Whatever it is that communication ends up being very very valuable over time. Those customers stay loyal. We've learned that one hundred fold in our companies now and now in across the portfolio where now at forty eight percent directive revenue to customer. That's magic gary. That's frigging magic that because that's one hundred percent gross margin business. One of the we run out of time. We're gonna move on. We really appreciate your time but one of the fun topics in the chess game of what you're talking about is channel conflict for the people that still rely on a lot of business from retail as retails watching them go around them and that is going to be interesting battles of the next decade in business. Let's talk about that next time. I thank you so much kevin by
KFC Mario Lopez Movie: Advertising Genius?
"The hell you harland. Sanders the new chef mario lopez as colonel sanders number recipe for seduction premieres december thirteenth. At noon only on lifetime presented by kentucky fried chicken. Very interesting prequel. Yeah well. I think it's a movie. I have not watched it I think it's just a one off movie. Tv movie drama. And it's just. It's the trailer cracks me up. I mean what looking. Mario lopez a young steadily. Colonel sanders is is is is amusing to me and i think you just ran the trailer. The one minute spot On tv you. You'd have half the battle right there. So i don't know if the movie itself as any good you know that's a relative term when it comes to lifetime drama movies but it's an interesting move for kfc fifteen minutes in two seconds you can go to youtube and play Because it's there five days ago us you can watch the episode and see whether it's good entertainment or in this case advertisement and whether you think the story is compelling. Why don't we Talk about soap operas. In the role of brands however will leave the quality of the production to our listeners. It does look to be a high quality production But the return to the soap opera this is classic content marketing. There's that seaward dan. yeah it's it's this is this is old school. It's as tv and radio itself correct So but it's done for twenty twenty two doesn't seem old school doesn't seem out of date now and you know it. It is really dependent on as we said the quality of the script. The programming itself. Is it going to be interesting enough for people to want to watch in and of itself regardless of the fact that kfc sponsored it or does a likeness of colonel sanders in it. If it's you know this is this is a little bit of a howard. Gossage thing if it's interesting people will rot will watch it so you know and it's an opportunity for brands to kind of put their stamp on longer form of programming. And you know get their name out there a little bit more if they wanna have a tie in Whether it's loose or a lot tighter. I also love. They took this up to lifetime This is this is not just a youtube series. That there's anything wrong with that. There's plenty right with it But this is a full-on investment in content. Right lifetime is known for dramatic movies. Just like the. The hallmark channel is right now with christmas movies. So this is. It's a natural fit and it's a very smart move. I don't know that it moves the needle for kfc but it really doesn't have to if it's entertaining if it's evocative of the brand. It'll help
Sabrina Orah Mark Writes Into Brokenness
"Writer and poet. Sabrina or a mark likes to describe her stories as having little poems folded up inside of them. She publishes monthly essays loosely based on motherhood and fairytales in the literary journal the paris review. Here's the opening of her november essay. You break it. We fix it. I am inside. you break it. We fix it holding my son shattered. I-ipad hello i call out. No one answers. The counter glows white and the walls are empty. Hello hello. I wait a few minutes before calling out again. One minute says a raspy voice from the back of the store hopes swells in my chest. Here we comes. We will fix said i hold up the broken screen so we can see it on a little shard of glass. Trump's the floor with a plank. Yeah we says you know what i ask. We says the soldering work required would more than a new ipad. We says it would take weeks possibly months. Sabrina began writing this essay in the weeks leading up to the presidential election. She published it after the election when the sitting president and a large percentage of his allies still refused to accept the decisive results. Oh the next week. I returned. You break it. We fix it with a whole entire country. It's heavy but i managed to carry it through the parking lot leaving behind a trail of seeds in the crisp sent of democracy and something that smells like blood or dirt across. It is a growing crack. A trial too young to be alone is out in front holding a broken country to store is gone out of business as the child. I shift the country to one arm and tried appear in. But it's shuddered and dark. Told you says the child out of business. I text my husband. You break it we fix. It is closed. I've come here for nothing again. The texture of sabrina 's essays is a rich. We've of fairytales politics. The past and her children's voices. Sabrina joins us for the fourth. In our four part series on creativity in the global pandemic. We started off talking about how she's managing to find the time to write with two young kids. At home she drew parallels between the ways that motherhood and quarantine have shaped her creative process right now. we're home schooling. And so there's this. I mean it's it's it's a packed house like twenty four seven and there is like the endless ness of like of things everywhere and snacks and then trying to ride. And then you know I do feel like. I've been working harder than i've ever worked in my entire life like you know since march like because you just have to grab the pieces of time where you can find it. It was funny because i was homeschooling. You know all day long like all day and at one point i just it was like from four to five i just i climbed into my bed and just like sat there with like staring at a wall at five o'clock my signs come into my room and they're like you forgot about us like what do you mean i forgot about you like how could i forget like it was like a whole hour went by you know like where i wasn't just right i was. Yeah you write about your kids a lot and their voices creep into your writing sometimes in unexpected ways. Which is one of the things that i really love about your writing so just to back up a little bit. You've said that after you had children the form that you're writing took changed after. I had kids. Is i think in many ways like i became more porous like i allowed. I had to allow more of the world and and it was right around that time where In many ways my prose poems started sort of growing and growing and growing part of it was just time. Because i couldn't like live inside of a single poem. I used to write these prose poems. In the instance of lake hermetically sealed likes Boxes and spaces of time. And i couldn't do that anymore after i had kids. And so would sort of just keep returning and returning and returning to my writing and then it would kind of get bigger and longer and stranger and more porous and there was more interruptions and then in many ways my palm started turning into stories and then with these essays. Even more of the world's i think started coming in And i really believe in some crossing. John rouse and having things blurb because i do think that you know fiction will leak into reality and reality leaks into affection and i don't really believe in like you know the the strict border between between john or as For myself creatively lake. I need to sort of move back and forth in that fluid way. It's really interesting that you connect that with having children. Yeah i used to be able to like work in these. These of yeah on interrupted Spaces and then the interruptions actually ended up really feeling like like a gift you know. And that's sort of something. I've been thinking a lot lately. Just you know inside of a. You know these last seven months of That that in certain ways like a lot what we lose often. You know We gain in these other places Like i'm trying really hard to find those places where like the thing that feels like a loss is not really a loss. And i'll give you an example like i'm teaching A class in poland's on on zoom and one of my students is disabled and she was talking about how you know. Normally these students are all Brought onto a university campus in the states and in a millionaire. She never would have been able to participate in this program. And she said you know Your captivity like when the world's closed for you the world opened up for the first time for me. And i would never have been able to meet her otherwise i would never have been able to know her and know her writing and hear her voice and mike see her. You know and when i moved all of my classes that i teach online. I thought like oh god. I don't wanna teach these workshops online. I love sort of the intimacy of the classroom that i've created an ideal but i think that like i held onto this idea of how things are supposed to be all of the time like so intensely that had i not been forced into this like other space. I would never have known this. You know what. I wasn't seeing Like why did i ever offered classes online before thinking about like you know people who for a million different reasons like wouldn't be able to get semi to a classroom. It was like the perfect moment of like what we loses. What we gain
"one minute" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We are going to empty the rest of the Lou Holtz file here in a second, but we got to talk about it because Lou hold says college football should come back. He says that when we stormed Normandy, there were some casualties. So there have to be risks involved with bringing back the obviously necessary award time and wore soaked sport of college football according to Lou, Holtz Normandy was the reference. So we are emptying that file and we will in a second. But before I, do that, I'd like to go around the room here and just give me a guy that you looked up one day at ESPN. and. He was gone and you were confused and it took months to realize in the case of Liu. Tried to sport goes away for a while. So a guy like that is going to disappear every season in some ways but ESPN does a good job of using those people in the off season and so for me Lou Holtz just vanished from one day to the other he was the list Voice of College football for this net network for awhile who does that for you Mike when you think of a guy who just vanished one day from to the next in at Espn Brad Daugherty on multiple fronts oddly Oh. That's an upset. That's right NASCAR A put it on the poll Tony. Do you miss a Brad dougherty seven footer seven foot all star Brad DAUGHERTY ON NASCAR HOW Does that for you. Merril Hodge a Haji a minute and gone the next I don't know what avid is Star Network Chris how about you? This guy worked Lou Holtz. Lot Mark May. Tried more people so mad people hated mark may because he would have opinions contrary to their on college football Tony how about you? Whatever happened to Jay Crawford fell Eq- is great on cold pizza and a bunch of different stuff just disappeared. He's calling browns preseason games now. Eric Mangini is pretty high on my list Urban. Meyer is another one who who is in the news or yesterday It's this is good here. This is good to have. You tell me you've seen this video it I love. Okay. When the fourth wall television tries to give you, we've got it together so much and it's harder to do during a pandemic. Tell me you saw this video of Urban Meyer giving very serious sound about college. Football. Was it to Dave Revson who was he doing this way I do think i. Speaking of guys that were here, one minute and God Dave Ramsey Dawn. The rare ginger vanished on us from one day to the next. A blonde. Either way he's a phase of the big ten network. Okay. You see this video though, did you see the video where Urban Meyer is giving very serious talk and then it is slowly revealed in the mirror behind him that he's clearly on a boat and then it slowly revealed that what is happening on that boat is. Shirtless. Buddy. And maybe nude buddy given that we don't know. You couldn't see the bottom have all of a sudden in the mirror in the analysis in the shot, and then you see Urban Meyer realizing he's on camera try and shoo him away because in the camera shot revealing to everyone that urban Meyer during a pandemic on a boat with dude who might be nude and it seemed as though the friend wasn't in a hurry to get out of the way and enjoyed messing with urban. Meyer. But we couldn't. We can only see the top half of what was going on. He was just all very unsettling to me from from the Sunburn on urban 's face to what was going on in the lower third. What it on the poll, Tony Please. Did you mean the television screen? You know did you know that? was on a boat before the new guy because I didn't I had not realized that he was on a boat but of course, urban Meyer is on a boat. Let's empty the rest of that Lou Holtz file. How much is in there I guess we teased twas the night before Christmas with Chris, Berman Lou Holtz, and who else this is Kelly ended doing three different Gruden Chris, Berman and Lou Holtz Lou Holtz is Coming up here at the end of this, but we're ending the Lou Holtz file with a little old driver. So lively and quick Cadillac a drew brees, Matt Tell You what I knew in a moment had the be saint. Nick more rapid than chip. Kelly's eagles offense. I love what he's doing there his courses they came and whistled and shouted and called them by name no dishere not. No pressuring fiction I, coming on Cupid on donder and. Top of the porch top wall now dash away Dash. Dash away nobody circles the reindeer. Too Big man in read. As dry leaves before the hurricane flat and the beat that obstacle. So, up to the house stop the course. With a sleigh full of toys and. Again just emptying the file here because Lou Holtz back in the news he was on the news because we're going to coaches for insight and Urban Meyer's got nude guy on his boat and Lou Holtz comparing. College football two wars. At least Holtz in my Dick I mean they have stayed consistent throughout their entire lives holds went to Normandy and Dick. You kneel for the National Anthem get the hell out of my country. And again urban Meyer's got a new. Do that might be nude on his boat we don't totally now. Let's keep emptying this Lou Holtz filed. This is another thing that happened on television. I believe alongside of Reese Davis and it's just labeled. Lou. Holtz is impossible to understand. They will get to talk a whole lot more at halftime I promise. Dave bring in cold. Again, the Voice of College football for many years here on Espn Ladies and Gentlemen Lou Holtz. It making more sense when he's comparing college football the Normandy. Don't get. Dave Ray cold..
"one minute" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. You'd get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace this marketplace podcast is brought to capital one with the spark cashcard from capital one. You're unlimited two percent cashback on all your business purchases think about it unlimited two percent. cashback on everything you buy for your business and that cash back and add up to thousands of dollars. Would you can reinvest reinvest back into your business so you can keep growing learn more capital one dot com capital one. What's in your wallet? Ten Billion Dollars spent in just thirty minutes. No wonder it's dubbed. The world's biggest shopping day live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC. World Service. I'm sleeping Chan. Good morning many of our listeners. News will be familiar with Black Friday and cyber Monday in the US but China also has a huge shopping event. It's called singles day the BBC's leashes centrally reports on how ECOMMERCE ECOMMERCE giant Alibaba is set to benefit from this year's windfall. Single stay was the brainchild of Alibaba. Founded Jack Ma. It was built up as an anti Valentine's Day where instead of buying a gift for someone else you have twenty four hours to buy items for yourself all heavily discounted of course now. This event was kicked off by a live performance by Taylor swift and sales hit one billion dollars off to just one minute and eight seconds before the clock struck five. PM in Beijing Day more than thirty billion dollars had already been spent online. That figure is equivalent to over eighty percent of Amazon's online store sales last quarter as a result singles day and many of its copycat copycat events on now viewed as an important barometer of Chinese. Consumer sentiment now Alibaba has been trying to diversify its business away from its home market and into areas like digital payments. But it's still heavily reliant on ECOMMERCE around eighty percents of its revenue comes from this division. Alibaba has another reason it needs to sustain its record results from MM singles day it plans to hold a dual listing in Hong Kong. This month's and raise reported fifteen billion dollars and on good Alibaba may find it quite hard to shake it off with investors. I'm the BBC's Leisure Santarelli for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down. Nearly three percent after after another protester was shot by police. Meanwhile Spanish stocks a little change of the country. Second election this year fell to break a political deadlock. Australia is is suffering from its worst bushfires in a decade and now the states of New South Wales in Queensland have declared a state of emergency officials have described the situation as a catastrophe with the area around Australia's biggest city Sydney bracing itself for even worse conditions. Tomorrow Pizza. Maguire is chief executive of Xm Ashtray. Lia in Sydney. The News. Coming across the state has been one of the very much putting a a reality check across the state with one percent of it being bullied or eight hundred fifty thousand hectares and we're looking at temperatures tomorrow to probably breach forty degrees Celsius which is a little unusual used will for this time of year where we're still three weeks from summer. What sorts of economic damage could these bushfires potentially calls? Well one has to realize the possibility of schools being damaged or burns. You've got housing. Of course what goes on this country towns as ours all facets of a commercial zones and then you've got farmlands and you've got agriculture and then you've got pastoral lands seating of crops and of course for animals. The damage can be very very run into the tens of millions or hundreds of millions depending upon how long those flaws last vote pizza McGuire scientists across the world rely on a variety of DNA samples to make groundbreaking discoveries. Africa is the most genetically diverse region in the world yet. Only two percent percent of the continent's DNA is available for this research. A shown again reports from Lagos where one startup is building Africa's first commercial bio bank at the Sickle Cell Foundation in Nigeria patients. Being treated for a disease that affects millions of sub Saharan Africans at this clinic in Sura Larry in Lagos visiting Rebecca. He was diagnosed with a serious life threatening form of the disease when she was seven. She's here with her mum for a checkup. Very happily produced the drug stuck on killed so I will rest of my. There's no cure and the treatment can be hard to access and expensive in parts of Africa fifty. Four gene is a Nigerian company. That's working to find a cure for this disease. He's and for others. It's building Africa's first commercial DNA buyer bank by gathering and storing samples from local hospitals. Dr Abassi any oppong. Tom Is the CEO and founder. We are working to improve the study of genetics research which can lead us to understand the genetic basis up. This is which eventually us to discover new drugs that can be used to treat people of African origin and people who are not of African origin. So everyone so. Why is this research so important? The African gene is the most genetically diverse in the world. But at the moment it makes up only two percent scent of the world's genetic database which Dr Bassey says if fifty four gene can address will make a tremendous difference. Africa has the most washed genetic variation on the planet earth and yet only two percent of the genetic studies has focused on this population. It means that there is lot that we are missing globally in terms of genetics research. In fact there are two drugs in the marquette now in the UK Japan us that were discovered as a result of mutations found in African populations. Interestingly those drugs have not yet come into Africa but there we used to treat people of all races. That's how having data like what we had. What generated in Nigeria can actually help the global research community community? This may be an initiative which started in Africa but the market potential for genomic data from this continent is truly global research that includes people of African in dissent could help health practitioners develop revolutionary new medicines here and across the world a show near a Gurney. They're finally British department store. Harrods has been accused. Accused behaving like the grinch when it comes to visiting. It's Christmas grotto this year parents must spend at least two thousand five hundred dollars if they want their kids to sit on Sundays name. I remember when it was free. I even got a book to take away with me in London. I'm Su- pink Chan with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service this marketplace podcast is brought to you by the capital one spark cashcard offering unlimited two percent. cashback on all of your business purchases. Learn more at Kaplan dot com capital. One what's in your wallet..
"one minute" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership
"This episodes one minute pack the one minute hack all right this episodes one minute hack is about ownership. We want you to do get your paper and pen and divide your paper in half on the top of one half of the paper. I want you to right. I wish my employees would dot dot dot and that could be say do act behave whatever it is on the other side of the paper it. I want you to write my actions. Meaning you as the leader divide the the paper and half and start by filling up that left side. I wish my employees would all the things they're not doing right now. Collectively or individually you can name individual people or things. Your entire team isn't doing that. You want them to do right all those down on the other half of the page. I want you to write down this specific actions and behaviors that you can do in order to make that happen because what you're doing right now either. If you know the answer and you're not doing it then there's your there's your answer right there but if the things are currently doing are not getting that than those of the wrong answers. Those aren't the things you need to write down so the things that you're already doing to try to make your employees act say behave a certain way if they're not doing those things then those actions by. You aren't working start by writing down the things that you aren't doing that. You think could bring about that because the moment you start owning your employees behaviors whether it's their thoughts their minds their actions their behaviors their outcomes the moment you own them as a leader is the moment you have have the power to fix them and change them. If you continue to go through life with the mindset of i wish my employees would you've already given away the power to change. He's them and left it all on them. Some might do that on their own if they see something in it for them. Others may not yet. I think it's a great woman to hack it. I really appreciate the element of you know kind. If the definition of leadership in in owning the development of others i think that's critical to making sure that people get what they need. But it's also important that you you know have self awareness and you're half self accountability to make sure that that what you want people to either you know do say or feel that you're actually putting effort towards making that happen yep absolutely absolutely and we'll absolutely post a link to this picture in the podcast description so that you can click on it and read all of the funny responses that people put on it and with that it brings us to the end of this episode. This is accurate leadership. I'm lorenzo and i'm chris and we'll talk to you all next time <music>..
"one minute" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"In one minute somewhere in America right now within the sound of my voice there's a man who did everything right he married a woman he loves he married young that fabled high school sweet heart set upon the path of America righteousness every day he went to his job and he wore the right clothing you worked hard he was the best employee he could be every night he came home to is growing families children the love he worked hard to balance the ambition and the drive yet in his career with the love and the care that they needed from him and he wanted to give in the end it all panned out but now he's at home and he's still working hard these fifty the kids blaze in their own trails in the world and because he works so hard he's maybe earns an early retirement it's on the horizon you know like those who can't stand the thing like that he embraces it no more stuffy suit no more cramped office no more no more meetings about nothing nowadays is just jeans and a T. shirt for him and good quality comfortable yet affordable boots you know it takes two hundred steps to manufacture a pair of to coves boots they're built to be comfortable right out of the box hand made with high quality full grain leathers by world class boot makers it's too cold this boots the clovers start a company started right here in Texas they come in lizard alligator some of the world's most exotic leathers by selling them directly to customers the Clovis ensures that their product is either half the price.
"one minute" Discussed on KTOK
"In one minute somewhere in America right now within the sound of my voice there's a man who did everything right he married a woman he loves he married young that fabled high school sweet heart set upon the path of America righteousness every day he went to his job and he wore the right clothing you worked hard he was the best employee he could be every night he came home to is growing families children the love to he worked hard to balance the ambition and the drive you had in his career with the love and the care that they needed from him and he wanted to give in the end it all panned out but now he's at home and he's still working hard these fifty the kids blaze in their own trails in the world and because he works so hard he's maybe earned an early retirement it's on the horizon and unlike those who can't stand the thing like that he embraces it no more stuffy suit no more cramped office no more no more meetings about nothing nowadays is just jeans and a T. shirt for him and good quality comfortable yet affordable boots you know it takes two hundred steps to manufacture a pair of to coves boots they're built to be comfortable right out of the box hand made with high quality full grain leathers by world class boot makers it's too cold this boots the clovers start a company started right here in Texas they come in lizard alligator some of the world's most exotic leathers by selling them directly to customers the Clovis ensures that their product is either half the price.
"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Your DNA into the next generation. Yeah. And so we evolved for threat to -tection and finding sources of pleasure like mates and food. We didn't evolved to develop these long-term healthy habits. It's really hard wired for failure. And so I'm always thinking of Wade little hacks to get people over the hump because the best way to create a habit is to access the benefits for the becomes blazingly obvious. You should do it. Not. Because somebody's telling you to do it. Life is better because you like the act of doing it and because your life improves as a consequence. And so the little tricks I use like one minute counts and daily ish cetera et cetera. And again, we're finding and by we mean my team at ten percent, happier. We're finding that this really does work with people. And so that's why stick with it. But you're absolutely right. I think doing more would be better. And of course, if somebody who's done a not insignificant amount of meditation myself, it's totally clear that it takes a while for the mind to settle. And especially for example, I've I've done a few meditation retreats where that's all you're doing for ten days and trove hours a day. Yeah. And and then you really see the mind settle. And then we then actually you're accessing levels of happiness wellbeing contentment that were in my experience here to four sort of unavailable. I didn't even know they existed. So the better than the best drug for sure. Yeah. For that. I've done those new come on you feel like you're on acid or something the world looks so bright and guess clear. Right. It's really quite amazing the pharmacy. We've got in there. And what's fascinating is in the west. We really focus on the outer world and mastering the outer world science technology or good at it. We pretty much ignored the inner world know, the science of the mind and the ability to actually work with it and control it and do things that are pretty stunning. And I I read this book is called the way the white clouds by Lama Govinda, who's in a credible Austrian sort of man who went to the. East and became a Buddhist. And then he became at Tibetan Buddhist. And he catalogs in the thirties and time when before the Chinese decimated. Tibet what these traditions were with the practice war with the powers, they would get are from really mastering this inner technology, and I think we really have only begun to scratch a service of what that is. And it's happening. Interesting way, feels it's meditation I forty years ago, and I was doing it was weird and strange and bizarre, and you know, wacky. But now, it's sort of mainstream. You look at sports teams like the Chicago Bulls under Mike and the cubs and the Seattle Seahawks. Meditating you've got CEOs dating. Fifty cent. I mean, really interesting. Do you have a have? I do. Yes. So I didn't for a long time. I did when I was younger, and then I didn't and then a number of years ago and kinda got connects to a friend of mine who sort of convinced me to try it again. And I did yoga do this. I do that with Enya playing not always not from maybe twenty thirty years. I would but I like Krishna dos. And I and I started doing twenty minutes twice a day TM. Yeah. Which is a version of Veda mantra base, meditation, and it was profound..
"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"I got to get to a much different space of being aware. And I think when you look at the science or meditators, you've got Richard Davidson, I know you've worked with and dials. This research with the Tabet Olympic meditators who meditated for nine years in a cave, for example, versus one minute here. And there during the week how their brains are different. They look different their brain waves or different this shape and size of their brain is different behaviors different their happiness is different. So what is sort of like Goldilocks dose that is really the right dose. We don't, you know, I've asked Richey Davidson, the eminent neuroscientist is really led the charge on brings Antic tools to bear on these inner technologies of meditation and can template of practices. I've asked him and many other neuroscientists who have been looking at meditation. We don't actually know that consensus that I've been able to generate among these folks is if you were to do five minutes a day. Would I've been able to gather from these folks is that they are of the view that that would probably give you access to many of the advertised benefits of meditation. So I think that's the good news. The better news. And now, I'm in the realm of opinion. The better news in my opinion. Is that one minute truly does count. Because what are we trying to do in meditation? We're trying to wake up from the auto pilot of being owned by this sort of malevolent puppeteer in our head ego. My monkey mind, right? And so in a minute, can you sit and then try to focus on your breath, and then get distracted immediately. And in that moment of seeing the distraction. What are you doing? You're waking up your waking up from the dream that we're in of of just being controlled by this thought producing machine in our head. And I think that can happen in a minute. I know it can do I think it would be better to do more. Absolutely. I think if I could snap my fingers and say, yeah, you're everybody in the world's going to do five to ten minutes a day. I would but I can't we're dealing with the fact that we did not evolved. We did not evolve for healthy habit. Evolution didn't care about. You floss your teeth? Evolution cared about you getting.
"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"So for me focus was huge win. It doesn't mean, you know, impenetrably undistracted or something like that. I'm still a Twitter checking sort of Email checking full a lot of the time. I just think I'm less prone to that than it used the other. But the bigger benefit is called mindfulness, which is in our world of health and wellness such a huge buzz phrase buzz word, my fear that often people use the. Word without knowing what they're talking about. So my phone is really is an ancient word with a lot of different, you know, this from your days of setting Buddhism, it it's the ancient word is Sati in Pali language, which was the Indian language at the Buddhist spoke or said to Spokane. It actually has many meanings. But a very simple serviceable definition is the ability to know what's happening in your head without getting carried away. But yeah, mindfulness is just the scale of being able to see oh, this anger. That's coming up right now. I don't have to be owned by it. I don't have to take the bait and act on it. It's lowered emotional reactivity. Yes. Essentially or another way of saying, it would be emotional intelligence, and that is incredibly useful to know, your angry fights with your spouse. Sure doesn't mean no spotlights with your spouse. I mean again or how you show up in them. Absolutely. Absolutely. But again, I always want to give permission people for people to mess up. This ten percent is I think very powerful because it's not like you're gonna start meditating. And then you'll never fight with your spouse. Or you're never gonna show up in one of those fights in a way, that's really nasty and vindictive. You make catch yourself earlier, actually, my friend Sam Harris who has a great podcast. It's called waking up. And he wrote a book about meditation called waking up. He has said, and I love this that meditation doesn't mean you will never feel anger again. But it may cut down on the half-life of anger. Yeah. You may catch yourself two minutes into a bout of fury rather than our into about a fury and the amount of damage as Sam says that you can do in an hour of anger versus two minute. Two minutes. That's different. And that's really what meditation in my experience. Does. It also helps you break the. Seem like in breakable breakable bond between your feelings your thoughts and your actions so often we can play the to have we have a feeling that you know, are thought feeling and that creates an action when you realize that everything you think in your brain is not necessarily worth listening to you know, you shouldn't believe every stupid thought you have cly meditation helps you see that. And you can break down that space where really it used to be one used to be thought feeling reaction, and that that's a powerful set of tools to have in any work walk of life. Whether it's relationship whether it's work or anything in my in my experience, it's a massive game. Because you're in the cliche is like the only meditation cliche doesn't make me want to put a pencil in my eye. Teaches you how to respond wisely. Two things have reacting blindly because we have this nonstop conversation going on in our heads all the time that of course, if we broadcast allowed people would think we're insane. But we have this nonstop chatter, and because we're aware of it it owns us. So every neurotic obsession that flits through our mind, we just acted out because we're we're not aware that this is just a thought we meditation does is forced you into collision with the asshole in your head. So that you don't taking every shitty idea. He or she is offering up to you. And that is what stops you from eating the seventy fifth cookie or saying the thing that's gonna ruin the next forty eight hours of your marriage, or whatever, and it makes a huge difference. Again. We're not talking my infallibility, your we're just talking about reduced levels of the you're more on quotient. So what's the dose because you talk about the one minute meditation? I get that. It's a way to get people over the hurdle of starting. But is it really? Effective. And in for me. I noticed that the first few minutes is like being in a wild ocean in the storm. And then after a while I kinda comes down and things settle down..
"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Level are sleep and meditation seems to be a way to help people Matvey gate through that in a way, that's very powerful. So what were the things that you noticed when you start meditating, and what was the kind of meditation? You did. Can I swear you can? The first thing I noticed the first data point that emerged was that. I over heard my wife at a party telling friends that I was less of shit. I thought was interesting. Before I saw any benefit. It's hardly swear. Yeah. It'll get worse. So there are two big benefits as I notice showing up in my own mind after a couple of weeks really doing and I was just doing five minutes day. Yeah. That's it. I've really that's what I recommend people start with. And I also believe one minute cans time is the biggest in the second book. I wrote. I was really trying to is how to book, and I was really trying to figure out. How do we get people over the hump from being interested in this to actually doing it? And the biggest obstacle. I believe is time. And so if you tell people look what I tell people is one minute counts and try to aim for daily ish, and what I've found and we've tested this with. We do a meditation challenge every year for the employee's at apple and we've meaning the folks from the ten percent happier app. And we set it up as a way to as hey, do meditate try to meditate for at least one minute twenty five out of thirty one days in the month of over. And if you don't have that minute, you gotta look at your life. If you're wrong what we find is the buy in rates are credibly heights. We're actually this challenge that we went for apple were about to roll it out to the public. So anybody can take the challenge starting in January. And so we see this as a really important sort of behavioral hack, tell people look, I get it. You feel time starved here's how to get over the hump. But anyway, for me what I found was just after a few weeks of doing this the two big benefits, our focus really what meditation is. And you ask me what kind of meditation? So when I talk about meditation on talking about mindfulness, meditation, which is derived from Buddhism, but secularized and strip develop metaphysical claims and religious lingo it really the beginning instruction is sit. Closer is try to feel your breath coming in and going out to breathe in a special way feel the breath as it naturally occurs. And then every time you get distracted which is going to happen a million times start again, and again, and again and that noticing become distracted and beginning again is like a bicep curl for your brain. And it's what shows up on the brain. Scans of all all these fascinating studies that have been done where. Era. Scientists look at the brains of people who meditate this is the mechanism by which at least one of the mechanisms by which you change, your brand and your mind and your life by extension. Anyway, focus was a huge thing for me. Because what meditation is is a focus exercise ways. You're you're trying to focus on your breath. And then every time we get distracted start again and start again start again and studies have found that this simple. Exercise changes the part of the brain associated with attention regulation..
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"She was right beside me running the beach Zuma doing burpee doing pull ups, it was absolutely credible. Ran a marathon did a triathlon. And she was instrumental in that do one more just because you can because you can do one more. You can always do one more. It's just that mental piece of just push a little bit farther each time. And you'll be amazed at how many more you can actually do before you stop yourself. I ran a marathon a couple of weeks ago and mild twenty one ish or so that's when you like kinda hit the wall, and I'm like right dirt villains in Iran. But it's it's me it's my my my week. Nature saying, hey, stop running. Yeah. But then all of a sudden like if I don't run I'm not gonna cross the finish line. And then one by Jeevan, right? So you know, you play this mental game, you do all this physical training. And then all of a sudden you like on face with a mental block mental challenge that I have to either. We don't have time to go down this. But we all have a decision to make. Yep. Whether it's good or bad. Like, there's always a decision be made. And my decision at that time was physically I wanted to stop because my body was just shutting down mentally I needed to keep going. So I made a quick decision acted fast because the longer you prolong something or draw out you're going to psych yourself out. You're gonna talk yourself out of it. And if you don't make that good decision that decision that you know, you should make immediately. You're probably not gonna make it. So instead of making say, hey, if I don't have an hour, and a workout, but I've got ten minutes, the more you think about the negative. Yeah. You're gonna just sit on the negative. Hey, I get a great workout in ten minutes. Do it. It's not timeless just make it happen. Yeah. And that's gonna that's gonna happen to you in your journey as you, you know, if you're in the beginning phases, you're gonna be super motivated in the beginning. You might see great results. And then after three weeks, you might have a plateau, and that's that mental hurdle of the Mike. Like running the marathon, you're at mile twenty and something's happening in your body. It's not feeling right? It's not doing the right things. Not doing what you wanted it to do. But what are you gonna do? Because it's not so much the block that's the that's the transitional that transformation point. It's what you do in response to that. Right. It's what you which bridge you go for you know, which fork in the road. Are you gonna take because one decision leads to another to another and you could go either white with that? That's awesome. So last question before up the singer if you go back twenty years from from now, what would you have done differently? To keep it within thirty seconds. I would say absolutely nothing. Also because I think that everything that I've experienced over the past thirty years has led me to be right room supposed to be. So you know, you can always if Enin, but but I always say look at the future because that's what you can change. You can't do anything about with behind you. So there's probably a lot of things that could be changed. But who knows what happened life if that butterfly effect tapped? So I would say absolutely nothing. I think I made probably some really bad choices in my life when I was younger. But know, what it made me the person? I am today. So I'm very thankful for that position. Now. It's awesome. So if if somebody wants to contact you for training once ago, some of your programs wants to follow you on social media what what's the best way for them to to follow. You definitely can go to spell training dot com, and that's kind of a funky spelling soul. Definitely. You can go to Facebook dot com slash felt training or on YouTube spelt training. So definitely here. Doing a lot of body weight short workouts and here for you guys. So just a pleasure being here. Appreciate the time and the opportunity to chat with you. Hang out. Awesome Meredith we appreciate your time in your passion for to do. That's gonna thanks for listening. This is coach Brian with strong design in we will catch you next time. Thank you for listening and stay strong by design..
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"So does it really make a difference, though, plan devil devil's advocate here because I know a lot of people say if I can't get an hour workout in the gym it's pointless. So I can't I can't it's a waste of time. I don't get a good workout in. I don't get a good sweat. Nothing happens. I don't lose weight, blah, blah. Right. Kind of debunk that in again, I'm playing devil's advocate love it. Because I hear a lot. If I can't get to the gym. I'm not going to go because I that's all I know. And that's the only thing that works. I would say the the first thing is that you've got a really big mental misconception and roadblock going on. Because at the at the very beginning. If you're saying, I can't do this. And so I'm not going to like if it's not great. It's not worth it. There's yeah. The mindset the mindset in my head brain as a mental mental thing. It's like you would say. Oh, I'm not going to go. So it's not worth it or I'm late. If you if you were late to work, would you just not go? I mean, probably not you probably still go to work, right? Yeah. Exactly. You're like, oh, I'm late. So I'm just not gonna go. Like, no, you go because you feel compelled to go, and you will get movement. And you know, what if you don't get a great workout, and you don't get a great workout in. You're still getting movement and your training yourself to be consistent. That's the most important thing. And when you have consistency in you have that motivation motivation is what drives you in the beginning. I'm so motivated for colts. So motivated, oh, look, I'm losing weight. I'm so motivated, my jeans fitting better when motivation Wayne's your habits takeover me to build the habit structure during that motivation face, and then you won't mean to be like, oh, I'm gonna go lose twenty pounds. You like no this is my lifestyle, and I feel good when I do it. So it's a habit, and I'm just going to continue to do it like brushing your teeth. That's so true. Because a lot of people think it's just a physical component. But the physical aspect of exercise training is is is get up and do it. It's a mental. It's a mental game. So what are three things or three phrases or quotes that you rehearse in your head that you feed into other people's lives. Like, we all have an Email signature. What are your what are your your three Goto? I think one is just you know, what's felt is. It's streamline your body your mind in your life. Like that is my mantras just is just get everything aligned because everything is connected. Another one in aisles have to because the first one is kind of the mantra of of the business in my lifestyle. But what I've instilled in my clients, and what I learned from my very first client who actually has since passed away from brain cancer is do one more just because you can. And I think that was so powerful for me because she was my very first client, and I remember being in the gym not being a personal trainer. She had just come. Off chemo. And she said, hey, are you personal trainer? And I wasn't. And I said, yes. And she said she said, she said, well, you train me. I said, yes, I was just out of college. And that's how it all started working with her made me realize that you know, we from. Her. She was just out of chemo. She had brain surgery. She was week. All we could do in the beginning was walk and we walked the beach together in month after month, we were consistent, and we did one more just because we can we because we could and then after couple years of being together..
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"These physical and mental changes that are greatly impact your life. Of course, they're gonna wanna share the information found that information. That's why you're broadcast into as many people as possible via Facebook Instagram you to podcasts. It's just fine. You know, it's fun to see people find something to like, I didn't know that that I could start this. And that's the coolest thing about it is just gotta you gotta start like that's the hardest part is just start doing something. So let's talk about starting as we age as as moms get tired as dads get the dad bought and things like that. If there's one thing that the aging woman must do or agent man doesn't matter. What what do you think that they should do when it comes to fitness and wellness? I think with fitness in particular. It's just. Move every single day. No matter what it is. If you have a structured workout in say, it's you know, your structure workouts three times a week. And you've got a trainer you're good on that. That's that's an outlets three hours out of your week. Like there are so many more hours. If you just move every day, so I have a really good hack that I do because I found myself doing things like this sitting in in you sit a lot right like overall hunched over a still a lot. So I've got a timer on my phone. I said it for you know, thirty five or forty minutes every forty minutes or every time it goes off. I get up and I walk around for ten minutes. I just that is just what I do or I get up and shake out or just do something like silly. Because just that little bit accumulates over time in gives you more movement more, you know, if you're thinking about calorie burner burns calories over the day. It helps you stretch out. If you're sitting a lot if you're if you're driving a lot just set a timer on your phone just move like because. Yes. Going to the gym and doing your workouts is so important. But there are so many more hours in the day that you need to be moving. And I think if there's anything for aging people just motion is lotion. I remember, Saul just move, right? Just move and doesn't not once that you say go to the gym some weights. I mean, obviously lifting weights is again, hugely important, but just movement this movement. Just just movement doesn't have been talking this entire time about quick efficient ten minute workouts. I mean, it doesn't have to be something structured it could be sentenced simple as raking the lease for ten minutes. You can do workout in your chair the dog stick. I mean, it's just movement is getting out of the the routine of sitting standing get circulation moving it's going to help so many other things. Help your circulation. Your metabolism, you're gonna feel better. Like, I know when I sit in sit down for longtime run driving up seeing from the computer skit, hazy them like, okay. I gotta go outside. I gotta do something. Like this can't sit here. So. Yeah. I mean, I. I think the number one thing is people ages just move just get more movement every single day into your life. It doesn't have to be structured or crazy. But is do something. That's the and that's what we stroz interest. You know, if if you just move something. Even if you think you're doing it wrong, it it's still it's still movement. Your body has a great way to adapt to what you're doing. And you can check out our are not only instrument but knew we could check up into his well, we have so many videos that are just geared towards basic body with movement. So if if your brand new exercise don't feel intimidated don't think, you know, you have to get into the gym even though that is suggested recommended, but it's not required. Incredible workout a lot of our best. Sign products are bodyweight follow along Randy can do right at home. 'cause you as a mom Thursdays at you're. You're not going to get to the gym. Now nowadays me we have a gym in our office that I won't be able to work out. Just because I'm a husband of you know, all these things sometimes aren't like prepping food. I'd like I have time to do ten squats. I'm gonna go ahead and do it like if that adds up over the day, then that's great. And I say prepping food, I'm not saying for.
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"Your subscriber be sure to DMS to get your free gifts. But let's talk a little bit more about the mental. Yeah. The mental vs physical. So to tell us why your clients, and the people you've worked with over the years why they've had such success following these types of workouts. I think it just goes back to that consistency. But understanding that this is a long-term transformation that you're going through. This is not something. That's just going to, you know, snap your fingers, and yes, it's done. It really is a mindset game. And I think I tell my clients all the time I said the most powerful thing is in between your ears, and that's your brain. You have to nail that down. I think about the for me, I know. Like, you've got understand that you have to you have to tire all to have to tie your wants and your needs for transformation to something. That's more powerful than you in people say like, oh, you know, why are you doing this? Or what are you doing this for? And I always say, you know, it's great to to do it because I wanna fit in my jeans, but there's something deeper there like there's there's something so much deeper that you say I wanna fin my jeans because I wanna feel more confident. So that I can go on this trip with my husband, and I can go on this. I can feel better. And all the sudden it's this deeper feeling of self confidence in not gonna push you through the mental transformation way down the line when you don't wanna do this anymore. When you feel like you don't have ten minutes. But you're like, you know, what I'm going back to that. Mental mindset piece to why I started this in the first place, but soon awesome because mental people think it's always just exercise. Oh, it's just working. But it was so much deeper than the mental pieces. That's why people stop after two weeks three weeks because they just they didn't. Prepare themselves for the long game. And you have to because this is this is a lifestyle change. You will get immediate results. No doubt. But we're not really I mean you, and I aren't really worried about what you're gonna do a week. What are you gonna do in a month? I year when when you're not working with us anymore. That's where the the real change in like what I look forward as I contact client that maybe I haven't seen in a while. And they're like, I'm still I still kept off the thirty pounds. I'm like, wow. That's great. That's amazing. That's what I'm really exciting yet. Life change happens. You're going to be impacted so much that they're going to want to impact other people it is bleeds off into their into other parts of their life. Like, you know, their kids might be watching them or their spouse starts to just do some exercise or they go in and start volunteering with kids in that kind of thing in just it just is a snowball effect of just good. Just good happens from it. The church I belong to our past always says found people find people, we're all we're all lost. Like, we're all like on this journey of life in. Thinking that. However, you want physically mentally emotionally, spiritually, whatever. But once you find something that works for you. You're gonna wanna tell people about it, definitely. And if you're living a healthy lifestyle, if you're making.
"one minute" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"They're having severe heart issues brain issues, all because of the trauma that they put on their body through impact through hours of training yet through poor nutrition poor sleep high stress, so as we age, obviously, the body breaks down. We're not we're not in college anymore. We don't play at a high school level where our bodies are breaking down. And I'm not a mother father of two boys. I don't know what that would have feels like to be a mom, but I know that as a parent as as. That's where drinking a Cup of coffee right now. But as a mom explain a little bit about how your body has transformed from going from a high performing collegiate water polo surfer to now worry warlike, obviously, you just shared your down to ten minute workouts. But how has your body responded to that in do you think it's working for you? And if it is working free will it work for other people definitely, you know, I'm not gonna lie. If anybody tells you like, oh, nothing changes after you have a baby there. Ed is a lie that is alive because a lot of stuff changes in. I was in good shape. When I had my daughter sage like I worked out during pregnancy. But the fact of the matter is when you have a one year old, which she's, you know, she's fifteen months now, you don't have time. You just don't have time to be doing those things. And so I found that doing ten minute. You know, sub ten minute workouts has been extremely efficient. It doesn't affect my my time with her. Her and it still gives me an increased heart rate muscle tone. I'm still in. I'm still in as good a shape as I was before I had her and I'm not doing a quarter of his much stuff as I was doing before. And I definitely think it's applicable to anyone. 'cause if you've never if you're intimidated about working out, or if you're overweight, the dead last thing, you're going to do is get up and go sprint somewhere or go to a gym. And just decide that you're going to go battle at out at rush hour in the gym for the, you know, the bicep machine or whatever it's just the, you know, or do some squats or like get on the local is just it's overwhelming for people. So if you can just chunk it down and be consistent on a small level, you can grow. And if you feel like you wanna do more, you can always do more. But you don't have to just don't have to. Listen, you can't see what Meredith looks like. But you can follow her on Facebook. She's got her on YouTube channel, but you can see the shape that she's in which is incredible. But she also had a background of sports winning helped get her where she's at right now in same thing with us. You know, we're all competitive in here, we do the similar type of workouts. If you look at our YouTube channel, go to YouTube dot com such critical bench a lot of our workouts. What we the videos that we put up our very similar to what you do three minute workouts five in a workhouse ten minute body weight routines, because we're all parents, we all work while get tired because we're getting old we wanna make the most of workouts. We don't have time to dedicate two hours just to targeting. The the chest just doesn't make sense anymore. I'm sure people are listening going. Will you guys were athletes? It's probably easy for you in ten minutes in. Yes, we were athletes. It probably is easy. Fear because we have muscle memory..
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"But it's also about your mind your lifestyle, like really, keeping everything very streamlined, everything simple. But also very effective like the so it's give us give it give us. Some more information on how training so hard how that has completely shifted over the past few years in even up to this to this point. Now, where your new mom, how your mind set has shifted how your outlook on just diet and exercise in lifestyle? Tell us until the listeners, you know, the struggles e faces you know, training so hard to having so much time and having so much energy to now a grown woman, you know, kind of flake business, Ron. His you know, trying to just trying to make and yet, you know, make make it to the end of the day trying to manage all that time. It's tough. It's really tough and in coming from a background of training so hard for so long for so many hours out of the day. It was it was my job that was my job to do that. And I just I just don't have the time anymore to do it. I, and I know that everybody listening to this your you're they're married. You might have a kid. You probably have a job, you probably are busy. There's a million things going on in our lives. And we all wanna be healthy. It's not that. You don't want to be healthy. You just sometimes you just don't know what to do or your overwhelmed. It's gonna take forever. It's you end up just not doing anything, and I really found that that need for people of hate. How can we just get you to move more? That's the only thing that matters is just move more. So you obviously have a background in competitive sports, you know, years and years of aggressive lifting. So somebody who. Never been exposed to that. I've been exposed to because I've trained Olympia NHS trained. Gold medalists have trained World Series champions over the past twenty years. I know the intensity that these athletes have to go through. Surprised at they're they're still walking because the the amount of work and not crazy, and they're not crazy or or in a wheelchair because they've their bodies through so much for somebody who's never been exposed to that and pretty much never been exposed to exercise. What's what are some good ways that or is there anything that they can relate to when it comes to that type of lifestyle like that? I don't know if I'm asking the question correctly, but for someone who's never been exposed to that how how important or how impactful did that lifestyle. Make. I don't know if I'm making any sense. I think I can kind of understand what you're asking. So I came from the heavy lifting the long cardio too something. Now, we're I'm doing stuff and under under ten minutes. I'm done. It's not almost like you're going backwards. Yeah. And people would say, hey, you're going backwards. But you know, I say, it's I'm going for efficiency, I'm going for efficiency. And not everybody has that time until it really affected me in the way to find something that worked just as good as doing all of that. Now granted it's different. It's different. And I felt different. I was not as mobile, and I wasn't as I would say like life flexible, and that's kind of the biggest thing is like I wanna be able to bend down and play with my daughter and not feel like, you know, my back semi throw. I want to have the flexibility in being able to do, you know shorter body weight workouts that aren't so stressful on my joints in my in just just my body in general, it helps me to be more flexible in my life. So I can. Do things that I wanna do better. That's that's my goal now is how can I stay fit and just keep doing what I love to do. Hey, if you want the free corps killers report than just texts core. Two three four five three four five. That's core. C O R E two three four five three four five. And you'll get a text for me asking for your Email..
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"Yourself, but you're entire community your family everybody. So introduce yourself who are you? That is a strong intro. But my name's merits shirk in. I am with spelled training. I am a new mom. I actually just moved pretty close to where where we are here today, but I'm just super excited to be here. I've been in the health and fitness industry for about. Twelve years. I started playing water polo in college and went on to train with a lot of the Olympics that you see now. So I definitely got my butt kicked couple times. So I know what it's like to rebuild and be down. But you know, it's a it's all about taking that next step. So I'm super excited to be here guys, or we're going to have you here over the next thirty twenty minutes, or so we're just gonna give you a bunch of information for it's it's kind of plies to women, but I wanna say it applies to men as well. Because obviously what you're going to share with us is as universal. It's it's not. It's nothing new is just how you deliver it and apply. It is is war were like the truth in the secrets lie. So let's get right into it. So the number one thing that women now I want to parenthesis, you know, men too. Because what do we need to do as we age so Meredith tell us a little bit more about the type of training? You went through, you know, from where you know, you started at young athlete, and then college in how egg-shaped you into motherhood, and where you're where you're at now with your business, right? You know, it's been quite a journey. So I started off playing water polo in high school, and surfing and swimming. And when I was playing collegiate water polo a lot of what we did was Olympic style lifting really heavyweight really low rep. And then we would do a lot of cardio with swimming. When I got out of college. I was actually on track to be a doctor, and I thought okay, it's gonna be too much time. And I can't impact people the way I want to right away. So I said I'm gonna go ahead and start my own personal training business. But I wanna put a spin on it. I came from like, I said heavy lifting a lot of cardio. And I said, you know, what I don't wanna do that anymore. I don't wanna spend hours in the gym. I don't wanna spend hours doing crazy amounts of cardio. I wanna get the most I can't out of the shortest possible time working out without injuring myself. Because you can also do it. The completely wrong way by doing crazy high intensity exercises and not doing the right way. So you end up injuring yourself. So that was kind of the the roundabout way of how I came to the style of workouts that I do now it's been very impactful for me because I am a new mom so time is something I do not have. So I really wanted to create something for myself that I could use to feel in great shape in the shortest amount of time possible and also share with as many people that I could so start a little bit more about spelt training for self. What is felt so I came up the name spelled actually didn't come up with it at all. My dad used to say when I was swimming and surfing on his you're looking really spelt in that means like very thin and fit and healthy. And so let's let's think about this as I'm coming out of college thinking like, okay, I've got business. I need a name. You know, that was kind of like the biggest things what's the name of this business going to be? And I thought you know, what spelt training, and it's not just about. Spelt being your body..
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"Be awesome story to tell that would be real nice that's what i'm hoping you know me as well i don't think it's going to happen here i'm not saying that won't happen somewhere else but i just i just paid opinion am i something went really long here something went really wrong and i don't take it's going to be fixable here but let's hope that we're both on yeah yeah absolutely and your son dry well maybe you don't want your son to be right that's a pain yes when your kids are right near wrong who's your top scorer who were a laker uniform well i didn't want to mention him but he did play for them for a little while and that's karl malone who's got the most points in the nba i thought it was an i can't say who i still think is i'll put you on hold you just want a pair ticket see legendary but carl malone is not the number one score in the nba he's number two not number one but that means we now have four other names to get i will credit the gentleman who came up with this list when i'm done with this show but for right now here's the question once the bron james plays one minute for the lakers he will become the sixth player to where a laker uniform six of the top eight scores in nba history the brian james at the moment is seven the bond james doubt this year oh lebron james has your shot at being number one he does he definitely gonna jumped past five and four and maybe even three this year give me one of the four remaining names right obviously the brawn james did it we need one two three yep there's four remaining named the top eight scores in nba history six of them play with the lakers karl malone briefly and technically speaking i know lebron hasn't played a second for me who are those other four and the one i'm going to tell you what numbers day occupied it's your job to find out and if you give me one of these names and some conversation go along with it is just take me at my word is a great price the legendary wade and joe conklin at parsh casino wednesday july eighteenth legendary wit one of my all time favorite comics as is joe concrete together on one bill at parx casino and i repaired tickets and all you do is give me one of those names and these names are so obvious it's a joke it really is so i would love to see you go to that show even if you win tickets something comes up you can't go you call buddy i'm eight oh i want a pair of tickets you're going to be on the name moisture kravitz then you buddy can go up there and go yam moisture kravitz name on the list you said i'm gonna have the tickets and the late yen even if he can't go you can give them away to someone else but i don't want you to give them away to someone else because it is such a terrific show eight eight eight seven to.