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It's been roughly 3 months since I last spoke with Heidi on the podcast and a lot has happened. Elon Musk is buying Twitter (in theory), the cost of living and inflation consumers are seeing is through the roof and yours truly has been re-reading "Atlas Shrugged" and finding the comparisons eerie. Want to know how a candidate keeps their energy up and spends their time? This is the episode for you.
Hosts: Jim, Jon & GregoryGuest: Eden Royce In this episode we create a vision of a hell in which daemons try to live better lives, but are plagued by crime and corruption. And of course the occasional kidnapping by humans from another world.00:00 Tomfoolery00:12 Megalopolis00:21 Mr. Snuffleupagus00:37 Barghest / Darth Vader / Black Dog / Geist00:52 The Hound of the Baskervilles / Baskerville01:06 Intro02:47 Listener Feedback03:10 Happy Jack's RPG Podcast03:37 Creative Commons04:12 Determining Basics04:38 Atlas / Atlas Shrugged05:04 Demon / Devil / Hell06:11 Hellevator08:27 Fedora08:57 Film Noir / Hardboiled Fiction09:14 Faustian Bargain09:37 "This is my boomstick!"10:53 Drug Fiend11:58 Drug Mule12:09 Mephistopheles13:37 Art Deco / Succubus / Femme Fatale14:03 Determining Physical Properties14:13 Dark City14:59 Superman / Kryptonians15:55 Discussing Social Aspects16:16 No One Can Eat Just One17:07 Discussing Supernatural Rules18:47 Discussing Inhabitants & Society20:43 Discussing Powers22:29 Prohibition / Speakeasy / Eliot Ness23:34 Devil in a Blue Dress24:24 Imp / Incubus25:10 Discussing Wild Life25:38 Terrarium25:56 Arthropod / Arachnid / Crustacean26:35 Discussing Environment27:24 Futurama / New New York27:51 Zeppelin / Steampunk29:15 Industrial Revolution29:43 Sulfur Dioxide / Acid Rain32:14 Discussing History32:50 Elder Things33:23 Yog-Sothoth / Elder Gods / Great Old Ones37:12 Egalitarianism38:58 Discussing Religion39:33 Lovecraftian / Hastur40:13 Humanism / The King in Yellow40:30 Gothic Architecture41:41 Gaslighting42:14 Drinking the Kool Aid / Heaven's Gate42:20 Discussing Crime43:09 Discussing Souls44:31 Scarab45:05 Discussing Government & Organizations45:43 Fidel Castro47:01 Byakhee48:03 Arkham / Mikatonic University49:03 Wall Street49:17 Coney Island / Renaissance Faire50:20 Naming Beings, Titles & Organizations50:33 Daemon52:20 Body Politic / Constabulary / Constable53:27 Clot54:02 Humours / Bile55:25 Naming Places55:59 Furlong56:25 Naming Deities57:28 Naming More Groups & Movements58:17 Walker, Texas Ranger59:37 Naming More Places61:08 Naming the City62:04 Naming the Setting63:23 www.EdenRoyce.com63:39 LudusNovus.net63:45 Conclusion & OutroDOWNLOAD EPISODE 11 - Hell Noir
Robert Tracinski is the author of the book, So Who Is John Galt, Anyway?: A Reader's Guide to Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged." Tracinski also writes the Tracinski Letter and Symposium at Substack, and he is a columnist for various other publications. This is the Self in Society Podcast #26.Time Markers00 Intro1:22 Would Any Rand be more concerned with today's "woke" anti-capitalist left or religious ethno-nationalist right?6:06 The collapse of fusionism; Rand's influence on conservatism9:50 Are Objectivists on "the right?"11:47 Trumpists and Putin apologists among Objectivists15:35 Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump as Atlas Shrugged villains19:50 Open vs. Closed Objectivism25:53 Ayn Rand as a liberal29:32 Today's conservative right as anti-liberal35:33 Problems with the welfare state; a baseline of life-serving values43:54 Why a reader's guide to Atlas Shrugged46:07 To what degree are Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk Randian heroes?51:04 And Rand vs. the Stoics59:53 Parental love1:05:29 Should we be optimistic about America's future?1:10:17 Wrap-upOne article of Tracinski’s I found helpful is “Which Way, Western Man?” He also wrote, “Ukrainians Are Nobody's Pawns.”In 2016 I wrote an article, “Ayn Rand Is the Anti-Trump.”PopeHat has the parody of Trump.Sherri and Robert wrote, “10 Amazingly Enjoyable Things About Having Kids.” Get full access to Self in Society at selfinsociety.substack.com/subscribe
In this interview, Yaron Brook and Michael Shermer of the Michael Shermer Show discuss freedom, Ayn Rand, Objectivism and Atlas Shrugged.Recorded August 11, 2021 by the Michael Shermer Show. Like what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxBecome a sponsor to get exclusive access and help create more videos like this: https://bit.ly/2TCEqHcOr make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3
Despite all the graduation speeches enjoining us to "be passionate" about something, the experience of deep, passionate emotion is not an easy one to achieve, much less sustain. This talk offers guidance for achieving that rarified quality which Ayn Rand ascribed to one of Atlas Shrugged's heroes — a "disciplined capacity to feel too deeply." The talk by Gena Gorlin, a postdoctoral fellow at Boston University's Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, integrates tools from cognitive-behavioral therapy with insights from Rand's theory of values, without assuming prior knowledge of either.This talk was recorded live at Objectivist Summer Conference 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Sunday, June 11, 2017.
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In this all-purpose episode, Alejandro Szita shares his perspective on the United States of America, mortgages, private property rights, and customer experience. As a bonus track, hear his narrative about a residential loan turned into a nightmare deal. This is going to be one of your favorites to date! Key takeaways to listen for Why are most people moving to the US east coast? How have the evolving government regulations impacted real estate? The reason real estate is a highly emotional business A lesson on customer service in the real estate world Resources mentioned in this episode 09:11 Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand Audiobook & Hardcover 09:21 Aaron Rodgers points out his copy of Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand to Eli and Peyton Manning during Monday Night Football About Alejandro Szita Alejandro Szita is the President of Prosperity Lending. He is a California-licensed real estate broker and mortgage professional, and he has been doing loans and real estate transactions in Southern California since 2005. Growing up in Chile, Alejandro was always fascinated by finance, and at a young age, he went on a quest to find out how money works. He got to see firsthand what it takes to grow a creative enterprise thanks to his grandfather, a fashion designer who created the most prominent men's clothing brand in the country. After studying economics at the University of Santiago, Alejandro gained work experience in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK before settling in Southern California. Alejandro worked for over ten years as an agent under a prominent commercial and luxury real estate broker, where he became familiar with many different financial scenarios. He started his own business, focusing on real estate loans for business owners and creative entrepreneurs. Connect with Alejandro Email: email@example.com Website: Prosperity Lending LinkedIn: Alejandro S. Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram or on Twitter or any social networks by clicking here. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops! Sponsor Leigh Brown University Enroll NOW to start scaling YOUR Real Estate business! Link: https://www.leighbrownuniversity.com/advanced
Ayn Rand was one of the most influential intellectuals of the 20th century, and her works continue to sell hundreds of thousands of copies each year. A 1998 poll conducted by Modern Library ranked Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead as the first and second greatest novels of the century, with Rand's Anthem and We the Living coming in at seven and eight. Reader polls have also ranked Atlas as the most influential book in the world behind only the Bible. Yet Rand is often misunderstood, even vilified. In this talk, Jon Hersey sheds light on Rand's philosophy by placing it within the context of intellectual history, comparing and contrasting aspects of Objectivism with ideas from a handful of important thinkers, from Plato and Aristotle to Immanuel Kant and Ludwig von Mises. Join Hersey on a tour through the history of ideas for a new perspective on Ayn Rand's philosophy and its historical importance. Are you interested in learning about Ayn Rand's Objectivism? Check out this FREE ebook:
Join our CEO, Jennifer Grossman, and the founder of the XPRIZE Foundation, Peter Diamandis, on the 96th episode of The Atlas Society Asks. Listen as they explore the power of a positive mindset, the future of exponential technologies, and why "Atlas Shrugged" became Diamandis' "bible" in his entrepreneurial journey.
How to inspire the people you love to change without forcing them to do it. Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com Magnetic Marketing ---Transcript--- What's up everybody? This is Russell Brunson. Welcome back to The Marketing Secrets Podcast. Today, I'm streaming to you from the Napoleon Hill room. Hey, what's up everyone? Yeah, I think I told you guys in the last episode or so how I basically bought in two or 3000 books, all in personal development. We had to move into this separate office while we're building our future library. What's cool about this is now they're in this little office with no windows or anything, and all the books are here and they're out. I've decided I'm going to start coming here every morning with the first two or three hours of the day and working inside of here, which is cool because it's given me chance to sit down and write the book, but also inside of that is to be able to like... as I'm writing the book, I have all the greatest personal development books of all time sitting here I can go look at. I can read, I can flip through little magazines. I can get inspiration from Napoleon Hill himself and a bunch of other cool things. I'm really, really enjoying this and kind of geeking out. And that's why I thought I'd do a podcast from here. Hope you don't mind because there's so many things I'm thinking about, talking about in my head that are going crazy. I had one this weekend that was... It was huge that I want to share with you guys. This is interesting because I wish you had context. I wish all you guys were in Mexico with us at the Two Comma Club X Inner Circle/Category King Mastermind meetup because we had such a good time, but I had a chance to do this one presentation, which will become chapter one of the book by the way. When you get the book someday, you'll have a chance to go through this exercise. I'm not going to walk you through the whole thing, but it's been interesting because as I've been creating this whole thing with success and like, "How do you achieve what you want?" It's fascinating to me because there's all these things, right? There's all these levers we can pull on and we can do and we can tweak. We start looking at it, there's like... Sorry, this is me jumping around, I did really interesting call with Tom Bilyeu and he took me down this path. I talked to this guy named Tal Tsfany who's the owner of the Ayn Rand Foundation, the CEO of the Ayn Rand Foundation and all these other people. All these pieces are trying to connect for me. It's just like, ah, so fascinating. So exciting. Anyway, sorry, I tell you this because one of the big things that... We talk about beliefs and rules and values and identity and there's all these different pieces that are around it, but I never knew how to glue them all together and what was first and what was second and the chicken and the egg and all these kind of things. Right? One of my big realizations that I figured out before the mastermind event in Boise or in Mexico was that it all starts with our values. For a long time, I was like, "Okay, what does that mean? What are values?" I don't even... Things that are valuable, things that I value and it wasn't until I talked to Tal, he's the CEO of the Ayn Rand Foundation. Ayn Rand is the one who wrote Atlas Shrugged and Fountainhead and all those amazing books. Anyway, so I talked to him and he told me about this exercise he does with people because Ayn Rand is big on values. That's like the leading thing she talks about. I was like, "How do you explain it? How do you understand it?" He said, "What I do is if you understand the values, values are something that aren't a conscious thing, something subconsciously is happening that makes your brain," he called it the black box inside your brain happy. Right? He's like, "Most people don't know what that is. We just are walking around in life, bumping into things, hoping that we'll be successful and be happy." He said that Ayn Rand said that if we were to, I think he said if we spent 5% of our life looking introspectively at ourselves in our own mind that we'd be a society or nation of giants or something crazy like that. His whole thing is like, "We have to look inside, what is the things that actually make you happy?" He invented this exercise that we did with our group. He said we had to create a value galaxy. The event, I gave everyone big little thing of sticky notes. I said, "Okay, what are the things you value, these things that make you happy?" It could anything from reading a book or eating sushi or going on a date or making out or winning a wrestling match. What are all the things that bring you happiness? Like, seeing my kids... I gave them 15 minutes to write down as many values as they could think, anything that makes them happy, just to write those things down. Everyone wrote on these sticky notes and we stick them on the little board. Within 15, 20 minutes, everyone had 100 different values. It's like, "These are all the things you value." I said, "How many guys, when you were doing that, you had these new a-has? I forgot about that. I forgot about this, the things I valued, but I totally forgot about them. I'm not doing them, I'm not spending time in them." I think everyone, including me, had kind of that epiphany of like, "Oh my gosh. All these things I actually value, I'm not focusing on." Right? Then, the next thing is, he said, "Okay," Tal said, "This is your value galaxy." Instead of from here, you got to figure out what are the value themes? If you look at all these sticky notes, they're probably grouped together in themes, right? All these 10 or 15 are all kind of related to my family or related to my mission or related to whatever those things are. Right? He said, "Let's take this value galaxy and build it and move the sticky notes around to value themes." So we're creating these value themes, and when we were done, everyone had five or six value themes. These value themes were really cool because they were very much like, "I value my family. I value religion. I value personal development," whatever your things are. Right? It's interesting because the values are what drive us, right? That's the things that actually make us happy. It's not the goal that makes us happy, it's the value. It's the pursuit and the achievement of the value. Then, from there, we did a bunch of other cool exercises I'm not going to talk about on this podcast, but did some of the cool things with everyone in Mexico. Then, from there, we looked at the five or six value themes that people had. From the value themes, they picked one value theme that was most important to them right now in their life. Maybe it's business or maybe it's family, maybe it's sports or whatever, picking that one value theme and then setting your goal around that one thing. Anyway, it was so cool. The big epiphany I had that was fascinating to me is I'm always trying to figure out like, "How do my kids be amazing people? How do I get them to, I don't know, to, I don't want to say... how do I get my kids to do what I want them to do?" That's not what I'm saying, but you know what I mean? There's things that I believe, that I value that I want my kids to value as well. Right? Like my faith, my work ethic, these are things I value, I want my kids to value too. It's interesting because most of us, including me, for a long time until yesterday, note, but we try to force our kids to value what we value. Right? We don't know we're doing that. Instead, what we do is we set these rules and these guidelines, we force them to do this and we demand them to do this. We're trying to get them to do what we want them to do because we value it and it's important to us. We want it to be important to them too, so we're trying to force them. What's interesting is that forcing people to have the same value as you literally, in most cases, repels them and makes them not want to have that value. Instead, it's like, "How do I inspire them to want to have that value?" For my kids, for example. I'm like, "You have to go to church, you have to read the scriptures, you have to blah, blah, blah," because I want them to value that, that's going to push them away fast. Instead, how do I create it so they actually value it? How do I create experiences and something so cool that they're like, "Oh my gosh, I value this too?" You don't do it by demanding them, or forcing them, or setting up rules to keep them doing it, instead you do it by inspiration. How do I show them this is actually valuable in my life? How can I show this is valuable to their life? If I can get them to experience it or just see it or whatever, then they'll value it. After they value it, everything will take care of itself, right? Now they value it, they're going to do the things they need to have that in their life. If I'm not careful, me or you or any of us, are going to pull them off the tracks by trying to force these values on people or force your values on people. Instead, it's like, "I need to create an environment where they see why it's valuable." Then, all of a sudden, it becomes valuable to them. It becomes a value to them. Does that make sense? I don't know if that makes sense to you guys, but I'm freaking out having this epiphany of like, "Oh my gosh, I've been doing parenting wrong. I've been doing all these things wrong my whole life." Because now it's like, "Oh, this is the key is helping them to value it, not to force them to do it or to set up rules or whatever, it's getting them to value it." When you ask that question, it gives you a whole different answer, right? Now, it's like, "Well, I need to show them the value of praying. Let me show them the miracles that happened in my life and miracles happened in their life and that may help them to understand it. If they can see it and then they're going to start valuing it." Right? Let me show them the value of church. Church can be so boring most of the time. How do I make it valuable? Let me show them, if I can show them the value that I get out of it and then they're more likely to value it. Right? You create experiences and they do value it. Anyway, that was my big epiphany was just like, "Okay." It becomes, at least in my head, this is way more fun of a game. This is a more fun way. This is a more fun game is how to create those kind of things. It was really cool. I had a mini experience yesterday with it that was kind of interesting. By default, this is kind of something broken inside my head maybe, a lot of you guys know, I was a wrestler, I was a good athlete and things like that. It was interesting because I wasn't like... I had friends who were just always active. They're running, they're doing stuff, and that wasn't me. When I was wrestling, I would try not to move the entire day. I would just store up all my energy and then wrestling practice, I'd go crazy for two or three hours. I'd go crazy in the waiting room, and then I would not move again. I'd sit home and just watch TV or not move. My life nowadays is similar. I don't do a lot unless I'm going to go do something and if I do, I go hardcore. Right? I know if I'm going to work out, I have to shower afterwards because I'm going to be a mess. Right? I step back and I wouldn't jog from my office to my house. I would never do that. If I'm going to do that, I'm going to drive home. I'm going to get my change clothes. I'm going to go super hardcore for an hour and then be done. A lot of times, unfortunately for my kids, I fall in this rut of after church, whatever, we're at home, we're like, "Okay, what are we going to do?" It's just like, "I don't know." I'm like, well, my brain, I just want to not do anything. We default to that, but I do value exercise, I do value doing things, but in my head, that's not my default. Right? Yesterday, one of our kids' friends came over and she's a super cool girl, really enjoy having her over. You can tell her and her family, they value outside activities. They're there and they're like, "Hey," my son is with her and like, "Hey do you guys want to go outside and play bubble soccer and we can play these things." My first default's like, "No, I don't want to." I literally kind of like, I didn't say no, but I was just like, "Oh, maybe," and I kind of snuck away and laid down for a little bit because I was tired. Right? Then, I had this epiphany. I'm like, "If I want my kids to value outdoors and exercise and activities, I need to value it. If they don't see me value it, then they're not going to either." I was like, "Okay." I got up, got dressed. I was like, "All right." It was crazy, they'd already gone outside. I went out there with them. I got the other kids out there and we ended up playing for three or four hours. We had so much fun exercising and running and playing games. When it was done, in my head, I was just like, "Oh my gosh, they saw that I value this and they had a good time, so they're going to value it. Then, they're more likely to go and do these kind of things more in the future and with their kids and things like that." I'm like, "That's how we create change." Anyway. There's your exercise for all of you guys. Go sit down, figure out your value galaxy, build in the value themes, and look at the values that you want your kids to have, or you want your employees to have that maybe they don't have right now and then not force them into it, but how do you inspire them to create that as a value that'll be exciting and change their life as well? There you go. Hope that helps, hope it gets you excited. Got me excited. I'm still just freaking out because I'm so excited by it. I appreciate y'all for listening and I'll talk to you all again soon. Bye everybody.
Ayn Rand, "The roots of War" -- https://courses.aynrand.org/works/the...Like what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxBecome a sponsor to get exclusive access and help create more videos like this: https://bit.ly/2TCEqHcOr make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3#Ukraine #Putin #Russia #individualism #Capitalism #Objectivism #AynRand
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps Series 2000 #12: Brain Juice. Along the way, they discuss alien orthography; New Jersey's South Mountain Reservation; theatricality; the smart kid bullies of New Jersey; Surgeon Simulator; cow tools; exposing the ignorance of the faculty; norming and intelligence; Shel Silverstein; hiding your drug use; A Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story; Terry Bisson's “They're Made Out of Meat”; “Citizen Kang” from Treehouse of Horror VII; The Twilight Zone's “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” and “To Serve Man”; Herodotus; shifting POVs; Pulp Fiction; Casino; Rashomon; The Handmaiden; Flowers for Algernon; Lawnmower Man; Nebuchadnezzar; Gifted; Atlas Shrugged; “My Fair Gretchen” from Recess; (power) hungry aliens; War of the Worlds; Little Shop of Horrors; Flash Gordon; Fantastic Planet; Octavia Butler's Bloodchild; lying to pump someone up; The Matrix; IT: Ch. 2; Election; the old drink switcharoo; The Princess Bride; supplements; & scary smarts. // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
On today's episode I share the 10 best books that I read in 2021 which are: -Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand -Beyond Order by Dr Jordan B Peterson -The War of Art by Steven Pressfield -Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain -The Almanack of Naval Ravikant by Eric Jorgenson -All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr -Shoe Dog by Phil Knight -Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari -How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan -Educated by Tara Westover You can see all 72 books that I read last year here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CZKr86TvXVX/ How many books did you read in 2021? What were the best books that you read? How many books will you be reading in 2022? Reach out to me and let me know! If you prefer to watch the episode instead of listen to it, you can do so on Youtube at: https://youtu.be/i0p67sTsFZY Leaving a like, a comment, a subscribe or a review would really help the podcast to gain momentum and be a source of daily positive content for as many people as possible! Thank you for your support! You can find all my social media links to connect with me at: https://linktr.ee/joelmartinmastery Your friend and ally, Joel Martin We've Got Time by LiQWYD | https://www.instagram.com/liqwyd Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Welcome to the Energy Transition Solutions podcast — brought to you on the Oil and Gas Global Network by AWS Energy. This week our host Joe Batir talks with Ash Shepherd, Director of Business Development – Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage, at Talos Energy. The talk about the CCS project Talos is leading in the Gulf of Mexico, why Talos is entering CCS, and what this could mean for the Gulf of Mexico, offshore hydrocarbon production, and the future of the energy industry. Ash's book recommendation: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand Ash Shepherd's Linkedin page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ash-shepherd/ Talos Energy website: https://www.talosenergy.com/home/default.aspx Learn more about AWS Energy here. More from OGGN ... Podcasts LinkedIn Group LinkedIn Company Page Get notified about industry events
Chris and Jonathan welcome back to the show journalist Brooke Binkowski from Truth or Fiction to discuss the Joe Rogan/Spotify controversy and how we got here. The discussion includes what makes someone a journalist in 2022 and how reactionaries and extremists were early adopters of the Internet. 2:10 Addressing common accusations 3:44 The saga 5:26 The mainstreaming of falsehoods 8:21 Lack of responsibility and JAQing off 10:06 The aesthetics of masculine rationality and The X-Files 15:15 From harmless folklore to antisemitism 18:35 What makes someone a journalist 26:31 Moderating audio content 29:20 The 1988 Internet and surf Nazis 36:14 Monster Island, Galt's Gulch, and Ram Ranch 42:13 The Spotify seal of approval and YouTube's feeble moderation 46:08 The next five years of reactionary populism * Theme music: “Fall of the Ocean Queen“ by Joseph Hackl. To contribute to The Body of Evidence, go to our Patreon page at: http://www.patreon.com/thebodyofevidence/. Patrons get a bonus show on Patreon called “Digressions”! Check it out! And patrons will get a bonus segment from this interview in a week! Links: 1) The Daily podcast on the Joe Rogan saga: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/11/podcasts/the-daily/joe-rogan-spotify.html 2) Jonathan's article on Joe Rogan: https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/covid-19-health-and-nutrition-pseudoscience/science-vs-joe-rogan 3) The open letter to Spotify: https://spotifyopenletter.wordpress.com/2022/01/10/an-open-letter-to-spotify/ 4) Aaron Rabinowitz's article on Monster Island: https://www.skeptic.org.uk/2020/10/monster-island-free-speech-experiment/ 5) God Awful Movies' review of Atlas Shrugged, Part 1: https://www.stitcher.com/show/god-awful-movies/episode/337-atlas-shrugged-part-one-90134592 6) Truth or Fiction: https://www.truthorfiction.com/ 7) Brooke on Twitter: https://twitter.com/brooklynmarie
Arlin Moore (IG: Arlin) is a YouTube content creator and self help coach. He's the creator of the Tribe Accelerator Program and the Maxi App. Learn more about Michael's Men of Action Mentoring Program: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:48 Boston, mental health 2:30 Tai Lopez, positive psychology 3:07 Dealing with depression 4:06 One of the cool kids 5:03 Dak Prescott, Dan Bilzerian and Eckert Tolle 6:07 Arlin's father 7:50 Haven't suffered enough 9:44 Debilitating depression 12:22 YouTube growth curve 14:21 Watching yourself on camera 16:11 Real Social Dynamics 20:19 Not a dating program 21:20 Maxi application 22:07 Testosterone 23:49 Women in my course 24:57 *Australia and relationship 29:44 Unhealthy behavior getting over a break up 32:07 *Going on a tear 34:01 Gravitational assist 35:33 The best way to get over a break up 36:41 Tribe Excelerator program 38:32 Your Instagram is your office 39:59 *I don't know how any single male doesn't live in Las Vegas 40:57 *They just keep bringing you bottles until you die 43:26 *I get most of my work done from midnight to 5 AM 44:30 Guys struggling to make friends 46:32 Nick Santonastasso, reframe 49:11 The only truth is the present moment 53:33 *Evolutionary psychology 57:05 Mastery 58:09 *Flat Earthers 59:26 When I'm never depressed 1:01:17 Dealing with loneliness 1:04:03 David Goggins 1:04:47 *Female friends 1:06:25 *Toxic Women, Maneater 1:11:30 *Hypergamy Explained 1:17:50 The dark side of hypergamy 1:21:29 Women treat you differently 1:22:58 Fun without drinking 1:27:03 *People who think you're creepy when you're not drinking 1:29:20 *The goal of the night is not to get fucked up 1:32:58 Marijuana vs alcohol 1:34:36 *One, two…ten 1:36:48 Maxi continued 1:41:30 Reading List 1:43:01 Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged 1:46:49 Richard Dawkins 1:50:24 *Sex with Drake is weird 1:52:03 The rise and fall of the third Reich 1:54:03 *Crypto 1:58:36 Don't ask Influencers 1:59:53 Web 3.0 2:00:48 AI is inevitable 2:02:35 Life Philosophy 2:04:52 *Free will, Evolution 2:12:36 Outro
This week, Cecil joins us to roast review the third and final installment of the Atlas Shrugged movie trilogy. You MUST be wondering how bad the kompromat is that we're using to blackmail him into doing ALL THREE of these movies. --- If you'd like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other shows, The Scathing Atheist, The Skepticrat, Citation Needed, and D&D Minus. Check out more from Cecil on Cognitive Dissonance and Season Liberally Our theme music is written and performed by Ryan Slotnick of Evil Giraffes on Mars. If you'd like to hear more, check out their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EvilGiraffesOnMars/?fref=ts All our other music was written and performed by Morgan Clarke. To hear more from him, check him out here: https://www.morganclarkemusic.com/
This week, Cecil joins us for a movie that asks "what if all the bosses went on strike?", and then, upon realizing that it would be awesome literally no matter how you measure it, added "...and set all their stuff on fire on the way out?" --- If you'd like to make a per episode donation and get monthly bonus episodes, please check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/godawful Check out our other shows, The Scathing Atheist, The Skepticrat, Citation Needed, and D&D Minus. Check out more from Cecil on Cognitive Dissonance and Season Liberally Our theme music is written and performed by Ryan Slotnick of Evil Giraffes on Mars. If you'd like to hear more, check out their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EvilGiraffesOnMars/?fref=ts All our other music was written and performed by Morgan Clarke. To hear more from him, check him out here: https://www.morganclarkemusic.com/
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Onkar Ghate and Aaron Smith discuss major life lessons that we can learn from Ayn Rand. The discussion was held on the occasion of Rand's birthday. Among the topics covered: Rand's conviction that business is a moral activity;Why not all businessmen live up to the essence of their profession;The moral radicalism of Rand's view of business;Rand's portrayal of career as a source of joy;Rand's unique view of the role of the material world in a spiritual life;The effort and thought needed to find joy in a career;The distinctive inspirational value of The Fountainhead's portrayal of career;Rand's rejection of unearned guilt;Her condemnation of the idea of original sin;The connection between unearned guilt and altruism;Rand's view that the pursuit of happiness is a moral endeavor;The dedication required to truly pursue happiness;Rand's view of what we owe each other;How to overcome unearned guilt induced by conventional morality. Mentioned in the discussion are Ayn Rand's books The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged and Philosophy: Who Needs It. The podcast was recorded on February 2, 2022. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://youtu.be/qrOTV3G5sDE Podcast audio:
In Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged," a character gives a two-hundred-page-long speech on objectivism, her philosophy. Hey, if you're looking for an ethos that gives you both independence AND cash, you're in the right place.
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Ben Bayer and Elan Journo discuss the philosophical ideas that worsen the “moral distress” currently plaguing doctors and nurses. Among the topics covered: How many health care workers are leaving their jobs or considering doing so;The conditions health care workers face as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic;The psychological harm experienced by those who work in these conditionsThe political causes of the challenges facing health care workers;How altruism infects people's view of health care workers;Whether the unvaccinated are wholly to blame for the situation;The role of health care workers' own acceptance of altruism in their “moral distress”;The moral attitude health care workers should have;The gulf between altruism's positive reputation and its destructive effects;How we should view people who seek health care after making unhealthy choices. Mentioned in the discussion are an excerpt from Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged called “The Forgotten Man of Socialized Medicine” and Leonard Peikoff's essay “Health Care Is Not a Right.” The podcast was recorded on January 19, 2022. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://youtu.be/3_H6UYXzAyU Podcast audio:
Heather Shouse is a blogger and the host of Shouse in the House Podcast. We had her on to discuss the challenges of raising boys in a society which demonizes them. where all the men worthy of monuments are and what Ayn Rand would say about the COVID security state, as well as why Sam needs to read Atlas Shrugged. For $20 off your $200 purchase, go to https://ammo.com/podcast (a special deal for our listeners). Follow Sam Jacobs on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamJacobs1776 And check out our sponsor, Libertas Bella, for all of your favorite Libertarian shirts at LibertasBella.com. Heather Shouse's Links: Website Podcast Twitter Helpful Links: Resistance Library Sam Jacobs
"Don't Look Up" boasts a talented director and a cast filled to the brim with some of the best actors that Hollywood has ever produced. They still managed to produce a terrible movie. In today's episode, I explain why this movie didn't do it for me, and I also compare it to other movies like "Casablanca," "Thank You for Smoking," and the "Atlas Shrugged" movie trilogy.Show Notes:● Stream "Don't Look Up" on Netflix (but only if you hate yourself)● Music: Nine Lives by Unicorn Heads (YouTube Audio Library License)Follow me on other social media sites at:● Twitter● Facebook● YouTubeSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/koreaforeigner)
Interview starts at 48:15 Meredith Miller joins us for an amazing chat about trauma and abusive relationships, whether that be with the state or authority, personal or familial. We chat about her NDE, dark night of the soul, awakening and learning about abusive relationships. We talk about shamanism, parallel societies, systemic trauma, mass formation, the orchestrated plandemic, the enablers, social engineering, Atlas Shrugged, her mushroom journey, superpower of recognition and incompetence vs malice. Towards the end Meredith explains how to get out of abusive relationships by relentlessly facing the truth. https://www.innerintegration.com/ In the intro we chat about local covid crap, listener emails and about our show with Meredith. Fortean phenomenon, and a quote from HP Lovecraft which is eerily fitting. Grimerica is fully and solely listener supported. We adhere to the Value for Value model. 0 ads, 0 sponsorships, 0 breaks, 0 portals and links to corporate websites… just many hours of unlimited content for free. Thanks for listening!! Get your Magic Mushrooms delivered from: Mushroom Spores, Spore Syringes, Best Spore Syringes,Grow Mushrooms Spores Lab Get Psychedelics online DMT CANADA Support the show directly: http://www.grimerica.ca/support https://www.patreon.com/grimerica http://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca/support Other shows: https://www.grimericaoutlawed.ca https://www.13questionspodcast.com/ - 13 Questions ran by Adam and Bill. Darren's Book and Audio Book page: www.adultbrain.ca www.acanadianshame.ca Join the chat / hangout with a bunch of fellow Grimerican's: www.grimerica.ca/chats and/or www.grimerica.ca/social 1-403-702-6083 Call and leave a voice mail or send us a text Grimerica on the radio https://fringe.fm/shows/grimerica/ Check out our next trip/conference/meetup - Contact at the Cabin We're GOING TO HAWAII www.contactatthecabin.com Leave a review on iTunes and/or Stitcher https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-grimerica-show/id653314424?mt=2# http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-grimerica-show Sign up for our newsletter http://www.grimerica.ca/news Leave a comment, ideas and guest/topic suggestions under any episode or blog http://www.grimerica.ca/ SPAM Graham = and send him your synchronicities, feedback, strange experiences and psychedelic trip reports!! email@example.com InstaGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_grimerica_show_podcast/ Tweet Darren https://twitter.com/Grimerica Connect through other platforms: https://www.reddit.com/r/grimerica/ https://gab.ai/Grimerica Purchase swag, with partial proceeds donated to the show www.grimerica.ca/swag Send us a postcard or letter http://www.grimerica.ca/contact/ http://www.lostbreadcomic.com/ link to Napolean Duheme's site Felix's Site sirfelix.bandcamp.com MUSIC Grimerica Theme - Lock & Key Smoke Sill - Broke for Free Hyperdrive - Sir Felix Ortega
Brothers Drew and Eric revisit the iconic 1983 Brain DePalma film Scarface. Viewed thirty years later Drew suggests that it works best if viewed as a comedy. Along the way they discuss essential oils, Lonely Island's “Jack Sparrow feat Michael Bolton,” the Atlas Shrugged trilogy, Letterboxd, and Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone, and the Will Smith “I Am Legend” alternate ending. Housekeeping begins at 1:27:00 File length 1:49:46 File Size 78.7 MB Theme by Jul Big Green via SongFinch Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Listen to us on Stitcher Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the show website at www.notinacreepyway.com
Aaron Rodgers has not only stood up for vaccine freedom, but he is now touting Ayn Rand's “Atlas Shrugged” and talking about conservative icon Chuck Norris. Can he stay strong against the mainstream media calling him a jerk? Former NBA first-round pick Royce White compares the Packers quarterback to LeBron James, Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving, and Bucs play-caller Tom Brady. “Fearless” contributor Steve Kim debates Jason on the demise of the NCAA Bowl game season and the controversial comments from ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit. Plus, on Tennessee Harmony, Pastor Anthony looks at the Antonio Brown and Mina Kimes controversies from a biblical perspective. Note: The content of this clip does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of local health officials for any COVID vaccine questions & concerns. Get your swag on! Go to: https://shop.blazemedia.com/fearless to make yourself an official member of the “Fearless Army.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A federal judge blocked the Defense Department from punishing Navy SEALS who refuse to get vaccinated. New York Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul says coronavirus hospitalizations may not actually be as bad as everyone says. A DEMOCRAT is saying this? President Biden appears to be shocked at the increased prices of meat. And lastly, the Left has officially turned on football quarterback Aaron Rodgers after he admitted to reading Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged." Today's Sponsors: To get started on protecting your savings with gold in a TAX-SHELTERED account, request a free info kit from Birch Gold by texting the word "WHY" to 989-898. Backed by 30 years of research, OMEGA XL is a powerful natural supplement that helps reduce pain from inflammation while promoting healthy joints and increased mobility. Order now and get your second bottle free. Visit https://www.omegaxl.com/news Join the Moink Movement today! Go to https://www.moinkbox.com/news RIGHT NOW and listeners of this show get FREE filet mignon for a year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition of Just Two Trend Boyz In A Zeitilac, Jack and Miles discuss people watering down their COVID tests, Sen. Tim Kaine being among the motorists snowed in on I-95, Aaron Rodgers (NOT) loving Atlas Shrugged, Elmo v. Rocco, the US reporting a million new daily COVID cases, and how "fake" diamonds just aren't the same as the "real" thing (despite being molecularly identical). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today, Dom Giordano led off the Dom show by offering his thoughts on the newest updates surrounding crime in Philadelphia. This morning, Fox29's Steve Keeley reports that a Lyft driver shot two carjackers after he was rear ended by a perpetrator who tried to steal his car. According to the reporting, the driver was told to get out of his car by the perpetrators, then asked for a female passenger to be let out, then opened fire on both his own car and the car that rear ended him. Then, Giordano offers his thoughts on the critical backlash to Aaron Rodgers' appearance with the Mannings on Monday Night Football, in which he alluded to a copy of Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged on his shelf. Giordano and Dan discuss whether the book should be considered controversial, and Dom reveals a very important figure in Philadelphia who was instrumental in funding the book's film. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We need to stop believing that doing the right thing is expensive or will cut into your profits. Doing the right thing on a global scale will always make you more wealthy. I think that's true in any part of your life and I'd say relationship is the one area that we make the most mistakes in because we don't value relationships for what they're really capable of doing. We have very surfacy relationships and we're not trained into sacred, holy relationship at any level - friendship, marriage - we take these very surfacy versions of them. So, when we start to think about sacred commerce, I think it's time for us to maybe put in the words, 'sacred value,' again. Let's put sacred value back into everything. - Zach Bush MD Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Click HERE to try Paleovalley's Apple Cider Vinegar Complex + Save 15% with the code 'JOSH' *Review The WF Podcast & WIN $150 in wellness prizes! *Join The Facebook Group Wellness Force Radio Episode 430 Triple board-certified physician, Founder and CEO of ION* Intelligence of Nature and Executive Producer for the docu-series, Farmer's Footprint, Zach Bush MD, returns for a third time to teach us about the corruption in our modern food system and what you can personally do about it, natural law and coming to terms with our values, why must remove ourselves from the thought paradigm of winning and losing, how we can make commerce sacred again and what it means to be part of a true conscious capitalism movement that actually serves the world. Check-in with yourself; what do you think is possible for your mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial wellness? When you think about these possibilities do you feel tension and contraction within your body? Or do you feel excitement, peace, and expansion? By the end of this episode, you will understand what sacred commerce and community mean plus how you can thrive in 2022. ION* | Intelligence of Nature Click here to order ION* today At ION*, we are all about connection: cell to cell, person to planet. And while our mission is evergreen, our pursuit to reawaken connection is ever evolving. The ION* path was first laid in 2012 when an obscure soil science article showed Dr. Zach Bush, Founder and CEO, a family of carbon molecules capable of partnering with the human body. Already primed with a passion for finding root-cause solutions to human health problems, Dr. Zach and team set off to better define how we support the microbiome - our foundation of wellness. The answer didn't lie in the probiotics industry, but through our bodies' innate drive to heal and thrive. The domino effect of good health, they found, was a function of supporting, not supplementing. Listen To Episode 430 As Dr. Zach Bush Uncovers: [1:30] The Corruption within Our Modern Food System M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Programs Zach Bush MD ION* Intelligence of Nature 345 Zach Bush MD: Humanity, Consciousness & CV19 362 Zach Bush MD: Saving The Soil, Saving Humanity What Is Wellness? The Truth Will Set You Free Honoring Our Ancestors: Solocast | Vision Quest Part 1 Touching Death: Solocast | Vision Quest Part 2 How Josh applied Zach's teachings about sacred commerce to his Vision Quest experience this year. 323 Charles Eisenstein How we can reintegrate back into natural systems and why this is so important for our economy. The difference between native tribe cultures and our western one when it comes to food supply and storage. How Hawaii has changed so much from relying on nature for food to now importing 95% of it in large cargo ships. The devolution of our food system and how we rely so much on plastic, processed foods, and essentially a system of modern slavery for farmers. What conscious capitalism is and how it helps our economy. Where we went wrong with capitalism and why it had a lot to do with seeing technology as the solution. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand [17:30] Natural Law & Coming to Terms with Our Values Why our founding documents including the Declaration of Independence were very colonist and separated God from nature yet we haven't done anything to update them to modern times to put nature first. Why the results we see in the collapse of consumerism, capitalism corruption, and abuses of different cultures can be traced back to colonial times. Unpacking what Natural Law is and how it can be applied to our modern society. Why it was the Iroquis who really helped write the salient points of the Declaration of Independence. The bizarre reality that the money that moves in and out of our country is blood money. 405 Tim Corcoran How we can manage the dichotomy between people that are suffering financially but need help with their health vs how we can make a profit as a health company or organization and actually serve more people. Zach's various companies and how they are organized to create profit and pump it back down to finding and healing the root cause of various issues like with Farmer's Footprint. Farmer's Footprint M*Clinic The Journey of Intrinsic Health Project Biome Bio Capital Partners The immense amount of waste that our economy is creating (especially sugar cane) and how Zach's companies are working to offset that and make conscious change happen. Why doing the right thing for the world is not expensive or will cut into your company's profits; doing the right thing on a global scale will always make you more wealthy. [33:00] Making Commerce Sacred Again What it looks like and feels like to be part of sacred commerce. Why it's important not to have "ownership" over anything but have your hands wide open and all the Universe to play through us with sacred commerce. How the Universe heard and helped Zach during a difficult time has he transitioned out of academia to a higher calling with his life. The intense environment Zach worked in academics researching cancer as his small office was surrounded by refrigerators holding tumor specimens and essentially death. Why spiritual enlightenment doesn't take a process, it takes a heart, surrendering, and being open to what the Universe can give you. Zach's take on consciousness and why there's no thing as rising human consciousness because consciousness is an access point to all knowledge in the universe. [39:30] Surrendering and Answering the Universe's Call 429 Danielle LaPorte Why hope, joy and real love are often misportrayed as a feeling but it's really a state of being. The fact that the feeling of love only lasts about 7 seconds before it fizzles out and then we have to rekindle that feeling because it takes up so much neurological effort to create it. How we can step away from our emotional brain and step into a state of existence to access vibrational states of hope, joy, and love. The power of silence, micro naps, and sanskrit soundtracks to help Zach access the vibration of stillness and open his heart to be willing to answer the Universe's call. Zach's various life transitions in the last 10 years and how he's had to let go of a lot of things to help him grow. The minimalistic life Zach now leads living in a log cabin that he built with his son and why it's more than enough for him. What Zach had to give up during CV19 over the last year to stay true to himself and stop judging himself. Why the fabric of everything is not love, the fabric of everything is beauty and when you see beauty you will experience love. The beauty and love that is within all of us and why fear and death feel ludicrous when you tap into both. 196 Aubrey Marcus How we heal when we recognize the beauty within each other. A powerful exercise you can do right here with Zach and Josh to connect with the beauty within you and others. [1:07:30] What Happens When We Isolate, "Cancel," and Stop Hearing Each Other How we can work with and transcend from censorship and "you're wrong, I'm right." Remember that if someone is attacking you, then those who are doing the attacking are projecting the hate or lack of love they have for themselves onto you. Zach's reminisce of the night he got the scar on his right cheekbone and why he feels great compassion for the person responsible for it. The tingle Zach feels in his right cheekbone still today whenever he starts to feel sorry for himself or abused by the system to remind him there is no victimhood here, it's humanity struggling to align with a nature that loves it. What happens between us when we simply decide to "cancel" someone and stop communicating with them - it's cancer of society. Why the antidote for every emotional injury lies within the wound yet we keep running away from the wounds we need to heal individually and globally. [1:22:00] The Extradorinay Journey of Human History & Our Enlightenment Exploring the concept of time and dimensions plus why we've already won at the end of time as we continue to experience human enlightenment shifts like we are now. Why Zach believes we are currently in the biggest human evolutionary shift we've ever experienced right now. Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot The questions we've asked and how we've grown with our questions since we realized that there is so much out there in the universe than just our planet. Exploring how incredible the human body is and the fact that we are basically walking ecosystems of intelligence and sensory processing systems for all life on the planet. How we can let go of shame around feeling "I am not good enough," "I am not doing enough." Zach's deep US history roots going all the way back to Daniel Boone, his distant relations with the Bush politicians, and connections to other politicians such as Franklin D. Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Why it hurt the US when our Founding Fathers left the Founding Mothers' voices out of the Declaration of Independence. [1:33:30] Building Community on a Grander Scale How we can stop getting in constant work loops and bring community back into our lives. Why Zach constantly seeks out community every single day. How conversation helps Zach let go of stress of the day and open his heart. Zach's own financial difficulties trying to run a clinic in rural Virginia and how it took a toll on both him and his family. The moment Zach surrendered this mission with the clinic and why it was a necessity for him. 364 Alison Armstrong How community can help you step up to your highest potential. Why your vision, dreams, and goals cannot work unless you have a community behind you. What wellness means to him now, 1 year after his last interview on Wellness Force. Eckhart Tolle Power Quotes From The Show The Devolution of Our Food System "When we start to think about value systems, we need to ask ourselves: Are we in a state of scarcity or abundance? What do we really value? Are we valuing life behind something that we're consuming? Is that the food we're eating? Are we going to start to eat more conscientiously? Or are we going to keep eating things that are wrapped in layers of cellophane, plastic, and metal or are we going to start to have reverence for fruits, vegetables, and the animals that we kill? Are we going to start to have reverence again for the humans that work in our food system?" - Zach Bush MD Spiritual Awakening Takes a Willing Heart "A spiritual awakening doesn't take a process, it takes a willing heart. If you just become willing for a second, the universe will show up for you so quickly, you won't be able to believe it. It doesn't take effort; it takes surrender. It's the opposite of effort - just let go of all of your beliefs of what it's going to take to become conscious. We are players in this beautiful, symphonic dance of life in the universe and humanity has this opportunity to surrender into that right now." - Zach Bush MD Where Does Hope Come From? "When we step away from the amygdala and from the emotional brain to start stepping into a state of existence, that's where we can find the vibrational states of joy, peace, and hope. They're not something that needs to be manufactured or conjured up - you're simply tuning into a frequency and it happens to be hope." - Zach Bush MD Links From Today's Show Wellness Force Programs Zach Bush MD ION* Intelligence of Nature 345 Zach Bush MD: Humanity, Consciousness & CV19> 362 Zach Bush MD: Saving The Soil, Saving Humanity What Is Wellness? The Truth Will Set You Free Honoring Our Ancestors: Solocast | Vision Quest Part 1 Touching Death: Solocast | Vision Quest Part 2 323 Charles Eisenstein Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand 405 Tim Corcoran Farmer's Footprint M*Clinic The Journey of Intrinsic Health Project Biome Bio Capital Partners 429 Danielle LaPorte 196 Aubrey Marcus Carl Sagan's Pale Blue Dot 364 Alison Armstrong Eckhart Tolle Leave Wellness Force a review on iTunes Cured Nutrition – Get 15% off of your order when you visit wellnessforce.com/cured + use the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Organifi – Special 20% off to our listeners with the code ‘WELLNESSFORCE' Paleovalley – Save 15% on your ACV Complex with the code ‘JOSH' Drink LMNT – Zero Sugar Hydration: Get your free LMNT Sample Pack, you only cover the cost of shipping Botanic Tonics – Save 40% when you use the code ‘WELLNESS40' Seeking Health - Save 10% with the code 'JOSH' breathwork.io M21 Wellness Guide Wellness Force Community Dr. Zach Bush Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube About Zach Bush MD Dr. Zach Bush is a physician specializing in internal medicine, endocrinology and hospice care. He is an internationally recognized educator and thought leader on the microbiome as it relates to health, disease, and food systems. Dr Zach founded *Seraphic Group and the nonprofit Farmer's Footprint to develop root-cause solutions for human and ecological health. His passion for education reaches across many disciplines, including topics such as the role of soil and water ecosystems in human genomics, immunity, and gut/brain health. His education has highlighted the need for a radical departure from chemical farming and pharmacy, and his ongoing efforts are providing a path for consumers, farmers, and mega-industries to work together for a healthy future for people and planet.
AS the flash mobs are now being asked to declare to the IRS stuff they've shoplifted and San Francisco's city council is trying to get businesses to stay by taxing the customers that don't shop there anymore and giving them (some of) the money, Joe wonders: "COULD 'Atlas Shrug' these days (without Government repercussions)? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is 2021 a bad year or a good year for you? What are your reflections and your successes? As the year ends, Gary recaps the best of the best of the year. He touches on the topics of COVID-19, the vaccine mandate, and what's next. He also talks about the causes with his podcast, what he's trying to do, and how he helps listeners. Gary shares different quotes from his favorite book and movie, Atlas Shrugged. He reflects on the Gulch community, our values, Omicron, Agency, and Value of Self. Highlights The things in 2020 that are better in 2021. - 0:33+The fascinating report from Great Britain. - 2:24 What's the purpose of this podcast? - 5:05 Question to ask yourself: Why are we not testing for antibodies? - 5:46 Does the vaccine prevent you from getting or carrying this condition? - 7:01 Omicron: Is it going to end everything for us? - 8:33 Gary's causes with the podcast. - 11:02 What is Gary trying to do? - 12:08 When they decide that they like what you're doing and it seems to resonate more and they want to take that path, then welcome them with open arms. - 15:03 The different cycles from the Fourth Turning book. - 16:21 The things about humans that many people forget. - 19:34 One of the things that is fundamental for an agency. - 21:48 What is Gary's day job? - 26:24 What's the number one asset in a business? - 27:09 Quotes from Atlas Shrugged. - 28:27 What are the most important directly controlled assets and what's the most important protection you can have? - 29:59 What Gary learned in Tier 3. - 33:28 Do not let your fire go out. Spark by irreplaceable sparks by the hopeless slumps of the not-quite, the not-yet, and the not at all. Do not let the hero in your soul perish in lonely frustration for the life you deserve and have never been able to reach. The world you desire can be one. It exists. It is real. It is possible. It is yours. - 35:15 Links and Resources from this Episode Referral - Free Book Connect with Gary Pinkerton https://www.paradigmlife.net/ email@example.com https://garypinkerton.com/
Join The Atlas Society CEO Jennifer Grossman as she talks with the co-founder of U.S. Term Limits, Howie Rich, about the case, efforts, and support for limiting the congressional terms of politicians on the local, state, and federal levels. Listen as they also discuss Howie Rich's longtime activism in the liberty movement and how Atlas Shrugged started him on this path. All this and more on the 85th Episode of the Atlas Society Asks
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Elan Journo and Onkar Ghate discuss the successes and errors of the video “9 Life Lessons from Ayn Rand,” which is an attempt to draw life guidance from Ayn Rand's philosophy by the YouTube channel Philosophies for Life. Among the topics covered: Why Philosophies for Life's treatment of Rand is worth discussing;The video's well-intentioned but conventional attempt to present Rand's view of reason;The video's misunderstanding of what Rand means by selfishness and sacrifice;The contrast between Rand's unconventional, principled conception of the virtue of honesty and the video's conventional account;Philosophies for Life's failure to capture Rand's views of independence and citizenship;The distinction between the idea of playing the victim and Rand's concept of the sanction of the victim;The meaning of the quote “There are no evil thoughts except one: the refusal to think,” from Atlas Shrugged;The view that people are naturally selfish versus Rand's conception of free will. Mentioned in the discussion are Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged and her essays “The ‘Conflicts' of Men's Interests” and “Doesn't Life Require Compromise?” from The Virtue of Selfishness and “Who is the Final Authority in Ethics?” from The Voice of Reason: Essays in Objectivist Thought. The podcast was recorded on December 22, 2021. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://youtu.be/nhKETQs7I60 Podcast audio:
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Elan Journo, Robert Mayhew and Keith Lockitch discuss the philosophic significance of the anti-intellectual treatment of Ayn Rand in a recent article published in Quillette magazine. Among the topics covered: Quillette's history of publishing heterodox, intellectually serious articles;The basic incompetence and unoriginality of Quillette's piece on Ayn Rand;Why Rand appeals to the idealism of youth, and why critics sneer at young people's interest in her;Why people often claim to have “outgrown” Rand;The meaning of Allan Bloom's and Steven Pinker's dismissals of Rand;The value of commenting on articles like this, despite their lack of merit;The widespread acceptance of altruism as a major cause of attacks on Rand. Mentioned in the discussion are Ayn Rand's essays “Art and Moral Treason” and “Art and Sense of Life” from her book The Romantic Manifesto, “The ‘Inexplicable Personal Alchemy'” from her book Return of the Primitive, and her introduction to the 25th anniversary edition of The Fountainhead. Also mentioned are the books Essays on Ayn Rand's "We the Living," Essays on Ayn Rand's "Anthem," Essays on Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead" (particularly Ben Bayer's essay “The Fountainhead and the Spirit of Youth”) and Essays on Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged," all edited by Mayhew. The podcast was recorded on December 16, 2021. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://youtu.be/aB2I6sYGMqU Podcast audio:
The danger of being misled by misinformation is real. Unfortunately, the ones who do most of the misleading are the very people working overtime to "protect us" from misinformation. Glenn Greenwald reports on the real disinformation agents and provides a textbook example of how they're doing it. Are states with greater freedom less safe? For that matter, are people flocking to Texas, Florida and Idaho so they can feel less safe? These are among the questions posed by Casey Carlisle who convincingly explains why if you want to be safe, then leave people alone. Along those same lines, here's a great essay from Joakim Book on the virtues of leaving people alone. It's a great reminder that most of the things we get wound up over are things we choose to let upset us. Hypothetically speaking, if you were ever to look around you and come to the conclusion that legitimate tyranny was at your doorstep, would you make the mistake of playing tyrant's game? Jeff Thompson warns that you can play a tyrant's game but you still lose. Even if you're not a fan of Ayn Rand, her novel Atlas Shrugged foreshadowed some of the abusive policy-making that we're seeing today. For those who are serious about telling leviathan "no", Thomas Luongo says it's time for all good men to stop fearing John Galt. Do you believe that most people tend to either live up or down to our expectations of them? Kent McManigal says it's essential that we let people make their own choices rather than try to micromanage them--for their own good. After all, it's the only way we can grow into functional members of society instead of remaining forever children. Looking at the way various nations reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic, it's clear that not everyone went full authoritarian. Bryan Caplan says that by measuring overreaction, we can be grateful that not everyone went the way of Australia. I've known a few folks who've had to deal with peripheral neuropathy but I was surprised to learn that nearly 20 million Americans suffer from this kind of progressive nerve damage. Shamis Tate from Pure Health joins me to explain the problem as well as a drug-free solution for treating it. For more information you can call (435)442-4848 www.thebryanhydeshow.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
Hypothetically speaking, if you were ever to look around you and come to the conclusion that legitimate tyranny was at your doorstep, would you make the mistake of playing tyrant's game? Jeff Thompson warns that you can play a tyrant's game but you still lose. Even if you're not a fan of Ayn Rand, her novel Atlas Shrugged foreshadowed some of the abusive policy-making that we're seeing today. For those who are serious about telling leviathan "no", Thomas Luongo says it's time for all good men to stop fearing John Galt. Do you believe that most people tend to either live up or down to our expectations of them? Kent McManigal says it's essential that we let people make their own choices rather than try to micromanage them--for their own good. After all, it's the only way we can grow into functional members of society instead of remaining forever children. Looking at the way various nations reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic, it's clear that not everyone went full authoritarian. Bryan Caplan says that by measuring overreaction, we can be grateful that not everyone went the way of Australia. I've known a few folks who've had to deal with peripheral neuropathy but I was surprised to learn that nearly 20 million Americans suffer from this kind of progressive nerve damage. Shamis Tate from Pure Health joins me to explain the problem as well as a drug-free solution for treating it. For more information you can call (435)442-4848 These are my sponsors. They make it possible for me to do what I do: Monticello College Lifesaving Food (through Christmas Eve, use the coupon code "HYDE" at checkout for a 30% discount, free shipping and NO sales tax) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Govern Your Income
Nikolai Chernyshevskii and Ayn Rand: Russian Nihilism Travels to America (Lexington, 2021) argues that the core commitments of the nihilist movement of the 1860's made their way to 20th century America via the thought of Ayn Rand. While mid-nineteenth-century Russian nihilism has generally been seen as part of a radical tradition that culminated in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the author argues that nihilism's intellectual trajectory was in fact quite different. Analysis of such sources as Nikolai Chernyshevskii's What is to Be Done? (1863) and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged (1957), archival research in Rand's papers, and broad attention to late-nineteenth century Russian intellectual history all lead the author to conclude that nihilism's legacy is deeply implicated in one of America's most widely-read philosophers of capitalism and libertarian freedom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Nikolai Chernyshevskii and Ayn Rand: Russian Nihilism Travels to America (Lexington, 2021) argues that the core commitments of the nihilist movement of the 1860's made their way to 20th century America via the thought of Ayn Rand. While mid-nineteenth-century Russian nihilism has generally been seen as part of a radical tradition that culminated in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the author argues that nihilism's intellectual trajectory was in fact quite different. Analysis of such sources as Nikolai Chernyshevskii's What is to Be Done? (1863) and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged (1957), archival research in Rand's papers, and broad attention to late-nineteenth century Russian intellectual history all lead the author to conclude that nihilism's legacy is deeply implicated in one of America's most widely-read philosophers of capitalism and libertarian freedom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Nikolai Chernyshevskii and Ayn Rand: Russian Nihilism Travels to America (Lexington, 2021) argues that the core commitments of the nihilist movement of the 1860's made their way to 20th century America via the thought of Ayn Rand. While mid-nineteenth-century Russian nihilism has generally been seen as part of a radical tradition that culminated in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the author argues that nihilism's intellectual trajectory was in fact quite different. Analysis of such sources as Nikolai Chernyshevskii's What is to Be Done? (1863) and Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged (1957), archival research in Rand's papers, and broad attention to late-nineteenth century Russian intellectual history all lead the author to conclude that nihilism's legacy is deeply implicated in one of America's most widely-read philosophers of capitalism and libertarian freedom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day
In Part 2 of our Rand investigation (our season finale!), we visit Galt's Gulch and figure out what the deal is with Rand's magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged. What's Ayn Rand's favorite color??? Go on, guess. Resources: Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged Anne C. Heller, Ayn Rand and the World She Made (2009) Jennifer Burns, Goddess of the Market: Ayn Rand and the American Right (2009) The Whitaker Chambers on Atlas Shrugged in the National Review
On this podcast I interviewed my good friend Kyle Kingsbury. Kyle is a former professional fighter and worked as the Director of Human optimization at Onnit with Aubrey Marcus for several years. Now he's focused on running the Kyle Kingsbury Podcast, on which he connects with some of the greatest minds from around the globe via interviews. I met Kyle a few years ago when I went to Onnit to do a podcast about the health effects of sunlight. Kyle has such a positive and strong energy that is so infectious and although he is 6 foot 3 inches and probably 250 pounds or more, he is the gentlest giant I have ever met! He has tremendous power as a being and is using it in the quest of good. In this episode, Kyle and I began by discussing technocracy and many of the things that are going wrong in our world today, as well as, what the real risk for people is, which unfortunately many may overlook. We discuss how all of the little freedoms that we are allowing to be taken away could end up accumulating to be so much more. We talk about what Kyle has learned on his journey and what any individual can do to take responsibility for their own life to both, be the best that they can be, and be of the greatest service to our world and all that is good. Kyle also recommends a tremendous amount of resources for those interested in understanding the darkness occurring in our world today, as well as what we can do to elevate and free ourselves. These are listed below. Enjoy listening! “The light side of power is that you use your power to empower others. The dark side of power is you use your power at the expense of others." - Kyle Kingsbury About Kyle Kingsbury: Kyle always enjoyed fighting and he says it gave him the winner's mentality of really taking his body seriously, knowing that every inch of the recovery he could get was important. As he learns to become a better version of himself everyday, Kyle states unmatched words of wisdom for anyone tuning in to this episode! Episode Highlights: [05:47] - Why we no longer have a free Internet [22:49] - About the countries that have been exploited in the past [23:48] - Learn all about the book “Technocracy Rising” by Patrick M. Wood [30:24] - Their take on communism [33:21] - Hypnotherapy and Dolores Cannon [40:12] - Why Kyle thinks the great awakening is taking place [43:49] - True or False: Human beings are a virus? [48:26] - About Ayn Rand's book “Atlas Shrugged” [44:46] - Are we heading back to the slavery times? If so, why are we not realizing it? [01:01:13] - Not everyone who says they appreciate the truth is actually honest when they say it. [01:01:27] - “You can't afford this home based on your social credit. Everything you have can be taken from you.” [01:15:04] - iPhones, tracking, and COVID [01:21:36] - Kyle discusses his journey in life [01:34:59] - Meditation workshop with Dr. Joe Dispenza Books Mentioned: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore 3 Waves of Volunteers ; A New Truth by Dolores Canon Dispelling Wetiko: Breaking the Curse of Evil by Paul Lev Quantum Spirituality: The Pursuit of Wholeness by Amit Goswami and Valentina R. Onisor 1984 by George Orwell Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle Becoming Nobody by Ram Dass The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo The Lion Trekker's Guide to Life Documentaries/Films Mentioned: The Creepy Line Plandemic 1 & 2 Worse than War - G Edward Griffin The Social Dilemma Thrive 1 V for Vendetta Daniel Schmachtenberger's talk at Emergence Zach Bush on Del Bigtree's The Highwire G Edward Griffin on The Iconic Podcast Thought Leaders Mentioned: Graham Hancock David Icke Psychonaut - Jamie Wheal Hopi Prophecy -- Connect with Kyle! Instagram | Website | YouTube | Podcast Connect with Matt! Instagram | Website | YouTube | Podcast