In this episode Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker's Healthcare, discusses the hottest healthcare business news of the day. Here, she discusses the country hitting an all-time high record for new hospitalizations from COVID-19, difficulties in distinguishing the difference between incidental hospitalizations of people that happen to have Covid from those who are specifically hospitalized for Covid, the further politicization of the pandemic, and more.
Topps Comics #1In this special episode, the first of a brand new semi-regular series, host Tony Black and recurring guest Darren Mooney begin their voyage through every issue of the classic 1990s run of Topps The X-Files comics.Here they discuss the first two stories, 'Do Not Open Until X-Mas' and 'A Disrememberance of Things Past'...Host / Editor / Executive ProducerTony BlackGuestDarren MooneyShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastFollow X-Cast on social media:Twitter: @TheX_CastFacebook/Instagram: The X-CastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisTwitter: @wmt_networkFacebook/Instagram: We Made Thiswemadethisnetwork.comWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
This episode features Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Hospital Review. Here, she updates us on hospital merger and acquisition activity in regard to the record number of megamergers in 2021, the concerns for price gouging with the Biden Administration requiring private insurance companies to cover the cost of at-home COVID-19 tests, and more.
Acacia is joined by trainer Brittany Russell, who talks about the special mare Hello Beautiful before she sells at the Keeneland January Sale. Keeneland's Kurt Becker then joins the show to give an overall preview of the upcoming sale.
This episode features Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Hospital Review. Here, she discusses workforce issues increasing in the last 4-6 months, the rise of telemedicine in the last year, the possibility of more mergers and acquisitions or hospital closures due to the pandemic, and more.
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Episode thirty-eight kicks into gear with some chat on the state of the multiverse, our favorite Christmas tunes, rum bum bum bum, the weird PJ pants you get from your mother, the period where The Beatles got into the occult, Becker retracting and the recommitting to hanging with Bezos, Tommy forgetting the basics of nursery rhymes, two dudes/one amp, and the perfect song for a Saturday -- Lady MadonnaAs always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (email@example.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com). We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop! Grab some merch. You can also drunk dial us (tel:+18572339793) or leave us a tip in our new tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what drinks we should drink with the money).See the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list; listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Additional Musical Supervisior: RB (@ryanobrooks)#PeteBestGetThatCheck
Are you aware there are two versions of the Ten Commandments? Or how about how the number 10 shows up in those created in the image of God? Dr. Bruce Becker takes us on a journey of the number 10, from Genesis to Revelation. We see how the number was woven into the everyday worship lives of God's Old Testament people and how Jesus used it in his teaching. Also, we see what the number 10 symbolizes for us today, helping us remember completeness, God's perfection, and our obedience.About our podcast "Bible Threads With Dr. Bruce Becker": The Bible can be intimidating, right? There are 66 different books, more than 700,000 words, and all of it was written over a period of 1,600 years by dozens of different authors. How do we make sense of it all, and what does it mean for our lives? Amazingly, the Bible is incredibly interconnected with “threads” that run through it from beginning to end. In this podcast, Bible scholar and author Dr. Bruce Becker will uncover these threads, help you dig deeper into God's truth, and inspire you to live your life with greater confidence and joy. Dr. Becker brings his vast experience to share with you through this podcast. He has served as the pastor of a mission start in New York State; lead pastor of a church in Brillion, Wisconsin; and a ministry coach to churches and schools.
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It's new years, and I know you have a lot of goals. Listen to this episode to find out how to become the person you need to be to actually achieve what you want! Hit me up on IG! @russellbrunson Text Me! 208-231-3797 Join my newsletter at marketingsecrets.com ClubHouseWithRussell.com Magnetic Marketing ---Transcript--- Russell Brunson: What's up everybody. This is Russell Brunson. Welcome back to the Marketing Secrets podcast. Today's episode, you guys have a chance to listening on a really fun actually interview that Josh Forti and I did today about goal setting and what that looks like. I know that we're... At the time we're recording this, it's almost the new year. And so he asked me the questions about how I set goals. How do I make sure I hit my goals and reach them? And what does that look like? And I was excited because it's actually a topic that I'm writing it sensibly about in my new book. And so anyway, a lot of things are top of mind, and we had some fun with it. It went longer than we thought. And so I had to go fast through some things. Someday maybe I'll do a three or five day or two week, two month long event teaching these topics. But hopefully it gives you a head start to kind of figure out what is you want in life? What kind of goals you want to set for this year, and then how you actually make sure you achieve those. Stuff that's fascinating to me and hopefully you guys will find some cool stuff in as well. And at the end of it, there's assignments, so make sure you do it. And if you do that, in fact, I'd block out two or three hours during this new year's break as you're figuring out what you want to with your life over the next 12 months and go through this audio and then actually do the assignment at the end. And if you that, your chances of hitting that goal will dramatically go up. All right, with that said, we're going to cue up the theme song. And when we get back, you have a chance to listen in on an interview with me and Josh Forti. What's up, everybody. Welcome back to the Marketing Secrets podcast. Today I'm here once again with Josh Forti, and at the time we're recording this it's a little after Christmas. We're getting ready for the new year and world domination. I think today we're going to be talking about how to focus and goal setting, all that kind stuff. Is that right? Is that the- Josh Forti: Yeah. Today's episodes a good one. I'm so excited for this because I mean, we get to listen to Russell Brunson tell us how he picks his goals, how he's going to plan the world. It's going to be great. Russell: I'm excited too because some of you guys know I'm actually working off and on, just depends on, but I have another book in the works that I'm working on and it's my first personal development book. But for me, personal development's definitely around picking a target and running towards it with definiteness of purpose and trying to accomplish the thing. And so as I've been not... I wrote 200 pages of the book, and I told you this when you were out in Boise. Josh: I know. I'm waiting for my copy, Russell. Russell: And then I said, I hated it. So I got... I didn't hate the book. It's actually good stuff. I'm putting it in the new behind the scenes newsletter. I'm putting the chapters in there. So it's being reused, but I wasn't happy with how it turned out as a book book. And so I'm starting over from scratch and rethinking it all. And so that's the phase I'm in right now. But a lot of it is tied around what we're talking about today, so it should be good. I'm excited for this. Josh: Heck yeah. Awesome. Well, let's kick it off and get started with that note. So whenever we sit down for podcast, I go and it's interesting because now that we are doing so many, normally when I do long-form interviews or because we record in batches, right. Normally when I sit down, I'm just like record go. But you can only do that so many times with somebody before you have to start planning topics ahead a time, right? So I'm on the plane yesterday or a couple days ago, whenever we flew back home, and we got to upgrade to first class for like $47. It was great. I'm there on my computer, just have room. And so I was thinking, walking through the topics that we wanted to cover over the next couple episodes and one that kept coming up and my mind kept coming back to is goal setting. Right? We're sitting here. We're coming to the end of this year. The last two years have really just been crazy, right? Like 2020 was super, super uncertain. 2021 was a little bit more certain, but we all know we're not back to reality yet. Right? With everything. And so I was like, all right, how do you set goals? Not only in the midst of just chaos, but just in general, right? Because there's so many different ways you can think about goals and set goals and do targets and all the different things. And so as we wrap up this year, as we bring this year to an end, and as we look ahead to 2022, what are the areas specifically that you look at as far as setting goals, and how do you set goals effectively that you're going to stick to? Because I think that's a big thing for a lot of people is they can write down, like I want to make $1 million this year, or I want to lose weight. You know what I'm saying? But how do we actually do that? Right? Do you break it down? How does that work? Russell: Yeah. So I'd say, again, this is like, we could write a whole 25 book topic on this. So I'll just go over some of the highlights of things I think about. One of them actually I got from Scharf and that was interesting. He spoke at Funnel Hacking Live Orlando, and we did a little session on stage, and it was interesting because he was talking about it from a team building standpoint, but I took this principle back, and I started implementing it with my family and then in my own personal life. And he talked about how a lot of people set a goal like I want to make a million dollars. And he said if you structure it and if you look at it like a football game or a football team, it's different, right? He said, if you sit and look at the goals, there's always the main goal of anyone who's a football player. They want to be in the Hall of Fame. That's their legacy, their legend. There's the Hall of Fame goal. Right? And so that's the first thing is what's the Hall of Fame goal? And then you break it down from there and say okay, now what's the Super Bowl? What do you have to do to win the Super Bowl in football, what the Super Bowl for you, what it is. And then from there you break down to like, okay, what are the things you've got to do to win this game, this quarter, this half and things like that. Right? So it's breaking things down like that. And so I did this with my family like two or three years ago. It was really cool. We said for our family, what's our Hall of Fame goal for our family? What is the big thing where we're like, I made it into the Hall of Fame. I'm a legend. This is amazing. So we set a goal for the family. And I've been thinking about that with ClickFunnels and with me and my mission. What's my Hall of Fame goal? So that's the first thing to think through because it's not something like I'm going to get this year, I'm going to get it. But it's like, I've got to be doing a lot of things to eventually when I retire, I did this thing and I'm in the Hall of Fame, right? What is that for you? Because if you don't know what that is, it's hard to reverse engineer everything backwards. A lot of times entrepreneurs are good at just running, ready, fire, aim, but we're not thinking, and I'm as bad as anyone else. Right? Again, I want to make a million dollars. Then 10, then 100. You keep looking at these things as opposed to what's the end goal of where you're trying to get to. So that's first thing, Hall of Fame goal. And then what's your version in the Super Bowl? And the Super Bowl is more like, in my mind, the next 12 months, like what are you going to do, right? Josh: Yeah. Russell: And so that's the bigger one I think a lot of people are thinking about when you're trying to January 1st setting your New Year's goal. This is your Super Bowl goal. Next 12 months, this is the thing I want to accomplish. And it's not 12 things. Football teams aren't like, okay, I'm going to win the Super Bowl, and I'm going to win this. I'm going to win this. No, there's just one goal. There's one thing that you're focusing on. And then underneath there, there's all the things you've got to do to be able to accomplish that. And that's where these sub-goals come in. Right? And so that's the first phase. Any questions about it before I move on to the next? Josh: Yeah, well, no, just a comment on that. I was reading. I don't have the book next to me. The book Essentialism. Have you ever read that book? Russell: Yes. Back in the day, I did. Josh: Okay. Super, super good. Right? And one of the things that he talks about there is he's like, it's always funny to me when companies say that their company has a lot of priorities. He's like, you can't have a lot of priorities. You can have a priority and then everything else comes secondary. Right? So whenever I walk into a company they're like, our priority is customer service and this, and then list all the other ones. He's like, then you don't have any priorities. Right? And so he is like, when you sit down, what's the number one thing? What is the thing that if that thing happens, it is a success? Right? The whole year, that's what the thing was. And so sitting down, I noticed that for me and my company, for us, our number one priority for next year is not, yes, we have a revenue goal and yes, we have quarter goals and all the different things. But for us, the number one goal is we want to build the very best product in the space for what we do. Right? That is the goal. For 12 months, that is our goal. And so now everything else comes secondary. And so when you're talking about that is like, what is the goal? I love football, right? So football is how I do all my analogies? Right? The Super Bowl is the 12 month goal. Right? And what's interesting about that is the Super Bowl is a collective team goal. The Hall of Fame is an individual goal. Right? Which is super interesting because then you can have your own individual, but then as a team, and as I'm starting to grow a team more, things like that, having that really clear goal, I think, was really cool. So no, just some comments, but no questions on that. '. Russell: I love that. Very cool. So then, and you could tell who I'm studying right now by some of my phrases. I've been going deep into Napoleon Hill and Charles Haanel and all the old time people right now. That's where my mind's been with. And it's interesting because as I study all them, especially Napoleon Hill, what he talks about all the time is you've got to pick a goal, and then you have to move forward with definiteness of purpose. And he uses that phrase, and took me forever. Finally I couldn't even like say the word right because it's such a weird word, but definiteness of purpose. And when I think about that definiteness of purpose is like, this is what I'm doing, the Super Bowl. I'm going forward. There's the goal. I'm not just dabbling and hopefully I'll figure out my way. I've got my sights on the goal, and I'm moving forward with definiteness of purpose. It means everything is going towards that thing. Right? And so, that's the biggest thing. And I was reading a Charles Haanel book last night, and he's the guy that wrote Master Key System and a bunch of other really cool old books. And what he talked a lot about is just desire. A Lot of people are like, oh, I want to go. I want to hit Two Comic Club, but then their desire isn't big enough to actually get them moving forward with definiteness of purpose. Right? And he shared this story, and I've heard this story a thousand times over the years. I'm sure everyone's heard it. I think my math teacher used to tell, he said it was Euclid that told this story. In this book it was someone different. I don't know what that story is, but basically the dude comes up to the gurus like, "I want to learn how to do whatever. I want to learn how to make money online. I want to learn how to whatever the thing is." Right? And so the guru's like, "Well meet me tomorrow morning at the beach, and I'll show you how to do that." So the next morning, meets the dude at the beach. The guru walks him out in the water, and they get deeper and deeper and deeper. And he gets the point where the water's up to the kid's head or whatever. And he grabs head and shoves it under the water, and he holds him there, and the guy's fighting and failing. And the point is where he is about to die. And then he pulls the guy out of the water and the guy's like, "What are you doing?" And he's like, "When you want the thing you want as bad as you wanted air, you're going to get it." And that's this desire thing. So we have the goal. We have to move forward with definiteness of purpose. That becomes the focal point of every thing we're doing. And then the last piece is that desire. Because most people that I find who don't have success, it's because they don't have desire. Right? For me, when I was wrestling, and I wanted to be state champ, I had so much desire. I couldn't stop thinking about it. It was day and night. I'd sit in class, and all I could think about was different wrestling moves and what I could do to increase my strength and my cardio better and how to get the moves better because my desire was so strong for that thing. And for me, business was the same one. When I got into business, I just wanted to figure this out and to make money and to grow a company. I had so much desire that it happened. Right? I think most people just don't have desire. Like, oh, let's just set a goal, and hopefully I make that. If that's what you're going into it, you're not going to be successful. What's the Yoda quote? Josh: Do or do not. There is no try. Russell: Yeah. If you ask him what's your goal? And they're like, "Oh, I'm going to try to whatever." It's like, you're not going to make it. Why not? Because you said I'm going to try to do it. Josh: Right. Russell: You have to be definiteness of purpose. I'm going to be a state champ. I'm going to hit it a Two Comma Club. I'm going to make a million dollars. I'm make 10, I'm going to make a hundred. I'm going to get to a billion dollars. I'm going to get to 200,000 customers. This is what I am doing. And my desire's high. I'm moving forward with definiteness of purpose, and that's where it begins with. Josh: Yeah, and I think part of the thing that goes with that is Tony Robbins. Gosh, every time you bring Tony Robbins in, it's never bad. Right? You could do that every single year, and it would never get old. Right? . Russell: Yeah. Josh: But he says this a million times. He's like, you have to be so specific with what you want. Right? He's like people come to me all the time and I've heard him say this a million times, but just, we got second row right behind you because Parker Woodward came over. Shout out, Parker. He's like staring into your soul. And he's like, you want a million? And he is like, you want more money? Fine. Here's a dollar. You have more money move. Get out of my way. Right? Or get out of here. I'm like, dang. Right? If you're not so specific with what you want, you'll get it. Russell: Yeah. Josh: Right? But it's not going to be what you actually want because you're not specific with it. And so with definiteness of purpose, I feel like one of the keys to that is to be very specific with what that purpose is. Russell: Yep. Yep. Josh: You know what I'm saying? Russell: Oh, I want to get better. I want to get, yeah. It's got to be something tangible. You can touch it. And you know when you got it. You know when you went to the Super Bowl if you got to the Super Bowl or not. You can be like where's your goal last year? Oh, did you hit it? Oh, I don't know. Therein lies the problem. Right? That specific goal, move forward with definiteness of purpose because your desire's not high enough. You don't know if you hit it or not? That's a problem. Josh: Yeah. One more thing on that. I think it also helps you if you can get really... Setting clear goals is like a muscle, I feel like. It's a skillset that's learned. And I was listening to Alex Becker, which I know you know Alex. And dude's like just a mega-genius man. His mind. If I can ever get him on the podcast, I'll let you know because- Russell: You'd get a 30-second podcast with him. Josh: Right. Right. It'd be a profanity-laced thing full of truth. And you'd be like, wow, I have to process. Anyway, I was listening to him. I was watching his training on YouTube Ads and going through. And he is like, what people need to understand is that all of marketing is the exact same thing when it comes to running ads. Right? And actually I still have it written up on my board. He goes, every single person wants the exact same thing. They want a result. They want a consistent system to get there, and they want it fast. That's it. Right? He's like, if you just are able to specifically call out the result, provide the specific system to get there, and do it faster than anybody else, you will win every single time. Right? I feel like a lot of goal setting is that. Right? It's what is the result that you're actually trying to go after and get to? If you're not specific on that result, try marketing something where there's no specific outcome. It's so hard. Right? And so the more clear you can get on that specific outcome, the more clear that you can get on the outcome that you're providing for your customer. I feel like that's a learned skill that transfers in other areas besides just goal setting. You know what I mean? Russell: Oh, for sure. That's awesome. Josh: Yeah. Russell: Becker's smart, man. I did one call with him one time, and it was literally like three minutes long. He's like, "Kid, it's all I got," and it was done. I was like, that was amazing. Anyway, so. Josh: Yeah. Yeah. Becker, he's a freak of nature. That's for sure. Russell: Yeah. Okay, I got four more things to talk about related to it. Josh: Okay. Russell: I got this from Tom Bilyeu because Tom's one of those people who is again, just brilliant. And he said something in three or four podcasts, just kind of like as a blah, blah, blah. Just went off on it. And I remember one day, so I finally, I messaged him on text message. I sent an audio message. I was like, okay, you said this. I want to make sure I understand this right. And he wrote back to me, and he messages back. He's like kind of, but you kind of got it all wrong. I'm like, what? So I scheduled a call with him because I was like, I'm writing this book and this thing you just shared was so powerful. I need to map it out. So I spent an hour with him on the phone and mapped it out. I drew it out. I was like, is this what you're talking about? He's like, "Oh yeah. That's what I'm talking about." So it's going to be in the new book because it's core foundational. I'm going to go through with you guys because a lot of times, and I didn't know this, there were things that I did unconsciously related to these things, but now that I consciously know this, I'm going deep in it. In fact, I'm planning our Two Comma Club X Managed Circle members are going to Mexico in March, and I'm thinking I'm going to do a three-day event in Mexico just going deep on this alone because this is the key to everything you want in life. So there's the pre-frame you guys ready for me to jump? Josh: I'm ready. I'm hooked. Russell: Okay. So what Tom said was interesting. He said a lot of times we set a goal, but what we don't realize is that for us to get the goal, we can't be who we are today. Because if we were, we'd already have the thing, right? We have to actually evolve and change and become something different if we're going to achieve the thing we do. So then how do you become something different? And that's where you're in this weird limbo thing. Right? And so there are four core things that really tie into this. And so I'll talk briefly on each one as much as we can in the time we have. So the first one is after you know this is the goal, very specific, definiteness of purpose. I desire to go there. The first thing we have to do is have an identity shift. Right? Our identity has to be different than what we are right now. If we don't shift it, then we struggle. So I started looking back at the things I've had success in life. For me, the very first one was a wrestler. And I remember I got into wrestling. I liked it. And I was good at it, but I wasn't great. I don't have time probably to tell the specific story, but I remember a specific story where something happened where that day I was like, I'm a wrestler. This is me. This is who I am. I'm a wrestler. And as a wrestler, I'm going to do what wrestlers do. Right? And Tom, when I was talking to him, I mentioned that. And he's like, now imagine this. Instead of saying I was a wrestler, what if you said I'm a world class wrestler or I'm a state champion wrestler. He's like just by changing the identity that you're putting on yourself, changes how you view everything. Right? And for me, I viewed myself as a champion wrestler, and I view myself like I'm someone who's a state champion. Therefore, I started looking at what do the state champions do? How are they doing it? What do they believe? What do they think? What do they do? What do they value? And I started matching my beliefs, values, and rules based on that. But the first thing is that you have to realize what's the identity you want to put on yourself? And I think most people don't do it consciously. I didn't do it consciously. But when you become aware of it, it changes things. At Funnel Hacking Live, Anthony Trucks talked about identity, and it was such a powerful thing. If we figure out how to put these identities on ourselves, it makes everything else become easier. So the first thing is understanding, okay, what's the identity I've got to put on my shoulders if I'm going to become the person who's going to be able to reach that goal? And we've got to think through that and strategize and figure that out because if you don't, if you pick the wrong identity, like, oh, I'm an athlete, that's good. But I'm not become a world class wrestler if my identity's an athlete. If my identity is I'm a world class wrestler, I'm going to become a world class wrestler. Right? You've got to... When I got into business, it was the same thing. I was dabbling and dabbling and dabbling until I figured out I wanted to be an entrepreneur. And then after that, it wasn't just an entrepreneur. It's shifting, and it's changed throughout time, but the identity is the key because everything struck. You start doing things differently when you have a different identity. One of the identities I've I've recently, and I did a podcast about this, that I've put on myself is that I'm not just an entrepreneur or I'm not like... I'm a curator. And just by me saying that, I've literally bought, I would say conservatively, probably 3000 books in the last three months that I'm buying that I'm going through them, curating old books, trying to figure out all these kind of things because I have the identity. I put the identity upon myself, and all of a sudden, it shifts my behavior because of that. Josh: Yeah. Russell: So identity's the first thing. And again, we could talk for a day on identity, but understanding what is the identity that you're going to have to have to be able to become the person who's going to go get that thing. Josh: Okay. Can I touch on that just really briefly? Russell: Yeah. Josh: Okay. Only because, I don't know, I've spent like a hundred thousand dollars in coaching on this exact topic. So it was so crazy, when I was working with Katie and lots of other people. Have you ever read the book Psycho-Cybernetics? Russell: Yes. Josh: Dude, that book changed. That was the first personal development book I ever read. Russell: I'm trying to find the rights to that book right now, just so you know. Josh: Dude. Dude, ah. Russell: It's so good. Josh: Why do you get to do all cool stuff, Russell? Russell: Curating, that's my identity. It's what I do. Josh: Yeah. But I read that book and it, I mean, it completely changed my whole perspective on life. Right? And for the premise of the book, for those of you don't know, there's a guy. He was a plastic surgeon. He rebuilds people's faces and stuff. And he realized that when he would make even the smallest tweaks in people's faces that it would change their entire life. Everything about their life and their change based on how they saw themselves basically in the mirror. Right? And so this whole premise of the identity, part of it is when you have an identity shift, you actually believe it now. And there's so many people that are like, they want something, but the reason they don't do it is because they don't believe it's possible. They see themself as the person that's able to do that. Right? And so one of the things I thought about doing with the podcast sometime down the road is openly Dream 100ing people. How cool would it be to have on the board of, "Hey guys, we're all Dream 100ing Elon Musk right now." Right? How cool would that? But if you have the identity I'm going to Dream 100 Elon Musk, then all of a sudden, it just becomes, oh, for the next three, five, 10 years, it doesn't matter if you haven't gotten there yet. That's just who you are. It's just what you're trying to do. It's just what you're doing. And by default, your brain starts thinking differently. So anyway, I love that. I don't want to take anymore out of that, but that one concept changed my whole entire life of understanding that if you shift your identity, by default, you'll get to where you want to go. Russell: Yeah. It's huge. And again, I look at the things I've been successful in my life in, and again, looking backwards, I was like, oh my gosh, I didn't realize that I had an identity shift tangible. And in fact, I remember the day that it happened, and it changed everything for me. It was the day I became a wrestler. It was the day I became an entrepreneur. It was the day... It shifts things. And so, ah, anyway, so that's number one. So identity. Now under identity, if you look at my graphic, identity is at the top, and there's three pillars that go underneath identity. And they're all super powerful, and they all have different purposes and things. So if you look at one of the legs under identity is beliefs. What do you believe? And beliefs are cool. Because beliefs, I feel like beliefs can change. I have to figure what are the beliefs I need to have to be able to achieve this thing, right? If I believe that making money's difficult, I am not ever going to make money. If I believe making money's easy, it's going to be really easy for me to make money. Right? If I believe that I'm a good athlete, I'm going to be able to be a good athlete. If I believe that eating healthy is going to make me have more success, I'm probably going to eat more healthy. And so in the second phase, figure out what are these beliefs that you need to have? And some of them you already have inherently, a lot of them you don't yet. And so that's why when you have this identity, it's like, well man, if I want to be a world class wrestler, what do world class wrestlers believe? If I want to be an entrepreneur, what do world class entrepreneurs believe? Right? What are those beliefs? That is sitting down physically, I've been doing this recently. This is part of my New Year's thing I'm doing now is I'm listing out here are all the things I either believe or I need to believe to be able to hit this goal. Right? And so I start writing out these beliefs. Now the thing about beliefs that's hard is just by you writing down I believe this thing, does not necessarily mean you're going to believe that thing. Josh: Yeah. Russell: And this is where like most of personal development is affecting this tier, this leg of this thing. If I knew to believe I need to be successful, like I'm going to go read a bunch of Tony Robbins books because he's going to help me instill this belief in me until I actually believe it. Or I'm going to listen to a bunch of podcasts or whatever that thing might be. Right? Or if I believe that eating healthy is going to make me more successful. You may say I know I need that belief, but I don't really believe right now. That's why I keep going back to cookies and candies and ice cream or whatever. Right? So you need to instill that belief, so this is where a personal development comes. If I believe this belief is going to help me get the thing I need to do, I need to go listen to everybody that's talking about health or fitness or whatever that is until that belief becomes so ingrained in my psyche that now I actually believe it. Because when I believe it, now it becomes really easy to do. When I believed in wrestling that if I got on top of anybody in this country that I could turn them, then guess what? As soon as I got on top of anybody in this country, I could turn them, right? Because I believed it at such a deep level. I always tell people my core job at ClickFunnels is be the belief cheerleader. If I can get you guys to believe in yourselves, that's it because it's not that difficult. All these things are not hard. The hardest thing is getting you to believe it's actually going to work. Right? And believe if I buy ads, it's going to work, believing that I'm going to lose money on the front end, but it's going to be successful. I believe that if I put myself out there, it's not going to be scary. I believe, so it's like, I've got to get you to believe those things, but if you can do it, then it becomes easy. So I look at who's already achieved what I want? What are the things that they believe? And then I've got to start focusing on getting those beliefs wired into my brain so that I actually believe them. Okay? Josh: Yeah. Russell: And I always tell people this, the biggest problem we have as humans is we always want to try to conform the world to what we believe, and that's not the right strategy. Especially, I see this in religion all the time where people are trying to convince like, this is what God should believe. It's like, no, no, no. If you really want to be successful in religion, you've got to figure out what does God believe? And then you shift your beliefs to that. You don't try to bend God's will to yours. That's insane. Why would you even think that's okay. We need to believe that he believes, it's not trying to get him to believe what I believe. Right? And that's the extreme example is religion in God, but it's true in anything. Right? If I was going to be basketball player, I would go figure out what Michael Jordan believes, and I would do everything I can to believe what he believes. I would not be trying to conform Michael Jordan's belief patterns to mine. Okay? Because he's done it, and I haven't yet. Right? And so that's the next step is figuring out what are the beliefs I have to have to be successful? And then I've got to go and start plugging the stuff into my ears and my head and be reading and listening and everything until these beliefs become so real that they become real. Because that's the hardest thing. The beliefs are the one, the other two I'm going to share are much more simpler, I think. Beliefs are the ones that are, they come and they go. And this is where it takes the mental mind power to make those things actually stick. Does that make sense? Josh: Yeah. Yeah. No for sure. No, I have so many thoughts on that. But for the sake of time, oh my gosh. Belief, I think that's the hardest thing. Like you said, it's one of the hardest things though. But I love the religion example because it's like, what was that? There's that one quote on it that says we will question everything except for the things we truly believe. Russell: Yeah. Josh: Right? And religion is a perfect example of this. I believe that Jesus came down to die on the cross for my sins. I believe that. Russell: Yeah. Josh: I've never even questioned it, and I've questioned pretty much everything in my belief. But I'm like, if I believe Christianity to be true, I by default believe that. Right? I believe that that happened. And so when I talk to people that don't have that world view, you're not even having the same conversation. It's not even worth debating on some particular topic about right or wrong or this because they don't believe this and I do. And it's a fundamental different thing about you. So yeah, anyway. Russell: Yeah. Josh: Talk a million years on it. Russell: That's true because, so when I'm on mission for my church, I, not to get religion, but I had that same thing. I was out there knocking on doors, telling people about God and about Jesus. And all of a sudden I realized, oh my gosh, most people don't believe in this. Josh: Right. Russell: And it was freaky for me. All the way back to do I actually believe in Christ? Do I actually believe there's a God? And I had to question those things and figure it out and get the belief. And then it was strengthening everything I was doing moving forward. But same thing in anything we're doing in life. So beliefs are beliefs. Josh: We'll do the Mormon episode because I have questions for you on that. I've got to finish the podcast first. We're not done all the way done yet. But that'll come once I know everything you believe, Russell, then I'm going to come question you on it. Russell: Yeah. I'm excited. One thing it'd be cool if you guys want, if you type in to Google type in Tom Bilyeu Impact Theory beliefs. He actually has a list that he makes all people who join his member site go through these belief patterns. And they're fascinating. And it's seeing Tom mapping out for his community here's the beliefs that we have as a community if we're going to have the impact. And so it's worth it to go look at his beliefs. It's as related to his members and his membership platform. But it's something you guys can use this as well if you are serving group of entrepreneurs or a group of whoever you're serving, when they come in, helping them to identify and strength. Like these are a the beliefs you have to have to be successful in our world. And Tom did it such a cool way. I've not yet done that in my world, but I'm planning on that because again, if people are joining my coaching program, they want to become more like me, therefore, what do I believe that got me here? I need to be able to identify those things and give them to people and then help drill those things into their mind because that's what's going to be successful as they believe those things. And so belief is just, anyway. We can go again, this is another three day event just on beliefs. Josh: All right, all right. Russell: Okay. I'll go through the other two. The other two are not simpler, but they're easier. Okay, so we have identity at the top, right? Identity shift, boom. Beliefs, and again, map these things out, you guys literally between now and New Year's or whatever you're listening to this, sit out and write out here's all the beliefs I have to believe to be able to be successful in this thing that I'm trying to figure out. And for me, it's funny as I've been doing this, I've been listening to a lot of Tony Robbins's stuff or reading Napoleon Hill. Tony will tell, like when he speaks, he's like, you've got to believe this, and he shares a belief. And I started putting those things in. Like I want to keep building up my belief. These are all things I believe in because if I can believe those things in myself, again, my likelihood of success. So this is an ever-going thing. It's not just like, here's my beliefs, and it's done. It's like if you're hearing speakers or podcasts or books or whatever, like, oh this is the belief I need to have. I see why this is such a powerful thing to start adding these things into your version of your beliefs. Okay? The next one. So you have your beliefs. The next one I'm going to go to is values. And values and beliefs are very similar, but values, I feel like, are more so... Beliefs are things that I've got to be working on to get myself the belief things to move forward. Values are what I actually value. For me, I value hard work. Okay? In fact, I have so many friends who their beliefs are different. One of my really good friends, John Jonas, who owns OnlineJobs.ph, super successful company, great entrepreneur. But he values being able to work as little as humanly possible and still make money. And he does. And he's been very successful. I value working my face off because my whole value system growing up was wrestling. We worked hard. We had at work everybody. So I value hard work, and I love it, and I enjoy it, and I'm never going to... My values are not John's, and that's okay. They're going to be different, but I need to know what my values are because if I'm going to go into something, if this is not aligned with my values, I'm not going to have success with it. So I need to know what my values actually are. And so what are the things you value? I value hard work. I value giving. I value creation. I value... Top of my head, I don't have my list here, but what are the things you actually value? Okay? And then as you're looking- Josh: We know hard work has to be close to the top of that list because that's the one that came out first when you can't remember anything else. Russell: And for sure, for me, it is. It's such a core value. But if me and John were both going after the same goal, which is let's grow our company by whatever, he's going to struggle because his value's not going to be hard work, and vice versa, for he's like I want to take four to five days of vacation every single month, that goal is never going to work for me because I don't value those things like he does. And so it's going to be constant odds with ourselves. Right? So listing out here's all the values you have and understanding those things and again, you can shift your values and values change. But values are harder to change, I believe. Beliefs, I can change, not faster, but those things are multiple whereas values, based on my life experience, these are things I value, and those things are there. They're not going to shift or disappear or leave. These are my values. Josh: Yeah, very rarely. Russell: Yeah. Josh: Yeah. Russell: But if I list those things then I can look at as I'm trying to become this person, do these fit in my values? If not, it's like, how do I structure this in a way where it still fits and it's still congruent with my values because otherwise you're going to be odds to yourself. And I know so many people who are like, they have one value but they have a goal and they're those things are at odds with each other. And that's why they never succeed because they're just, I want this goal, but I don't value this. Therefore, you can't hit it. Josh: Yep. Russell: So beliefs, values, and the last ones are your rules. Okay? And your rules are like, you set up these, it's almost like guideposts to get the thing. Right? So when I was wrestling, I had a lot of rules. My rules were I do not cut corners. I have a story behind that, but I do not cut corners. I don't drink carbonation. One of my other rules was I'll never go more than 24 hours without doing some kind of cardio because I had a belief that after 24 hours, if I haven't worked out that my cardio would drop down, and I didn't want to lose anything. So I had a rule saying I cannot work out. So I could take Sunday off, but I can't take Saturday and Sunday. Right? I had a rule of no more than 24 hours of no cardio. I had rules of what time I woke up in the morning, what time I went to bed. I had all these rules, and rules bleed into routines. Right? So you set these rules, and from there you create a routine. So looking back, here's the goal I have, I'm moving forward with definiteness of purpose. Here's all the rules I have to create to give me boundaries to make sure that I move forward and I hit those things. And so for me, my rules right now are like, okay, I have to make sure I write for two hours every morning before I come in. Because if I don't do that, none of my writing gets done. I have a rule about this and rule about this, and I have these different rules I create for myself to give me boundaries, to be able to actually hit my goal. And then the rules again, here's the rules. The rules are translating into routines. Right? So here's my rules. I tie these into my morning routines, my afternoon routines, my night routines. And now I've got the things I need to guide me to the goal. Whew. So there's a lot of stuff in there. Josh: That's really, really good though. I feel like if someone were to just go and apply that right there, that sounds simple, but it's not. Russell: Yeah. Josh: Right? If you were to actually go sit down like that, you could map out that for a while, and I see why you want to do a three day event on it or something like. That'd be awesome to go through each one of those because you're literally rewriting. So how I think of the mind is I think of the mind as a computer system, and then the story, the master story, ha-ha. The master story of your mind. Right? But the master story is the computer program that you program it. Right? So there's the Windows operating system inside of a computer, right? Or the Mac. And so the master story is like the operating system. And by going through and identifying and writing down those three things, it's like you're rewriting your operating system almost that by, or if you've never done it, you're writing your operating system because your subconscious mind by default then just carries that 80% of the way. Right? And that's the coolest thing is if you can just switch your subconscious mind, 80% of the work is done. It'll do it for you. Right? You've only got to battle that last 20%. So that's super cool. Russell: Yeah. So if we were to recap this really quick, for those who are like, I want to do this exercise with my kids or my family or by myself, I sit down and say, "Okay, what's the Hall of Fame goal?" Where do you want to go someday? Right? So you've got that, right? Then from there, say, "What's the Super Bowl goal?" That's what I'm going to accomplish the next 12 months. Here's my Super Bowl goal. And I have that, and say, "Okay, now to do this, I've got to have desire, and I've got to have definiteness of purpose." Meaning I have to really, really want the thing or it's not going to happen. Why do I want it? How do I amplify that desire in my head? And where am I going, right? Now we come back and say, "Okay, what's the identity I need to take on to be able to achieve this thing?" Right? And be specific with the identity. I'm a wrestler versus I'm a world class wrestler versus I'm an Olympic level wrestler. Right? So here's the identity to have. So write that down. And identity is just one thing. This is the one thing I am. Then now what are all the beliefs I have that I need to have to be able to be successful in this thing? Okay, I've got to believe this. I've got to believe this. I've got to believe this. This is what I already do believe, but a lot of it's new beliefs I need to create to be able to be successful. Right? And then who are the things I value and making sure I'm not out of alignment here. I value this. I value this. Here are the things I value. And then here's the rules I need to create for myself to make sure I actually move forward and hit that thing. And I'm going to take these roles, and I'm going to convert them into routine to make sure that I'm in the guardrails to my success. And so that's the pieces and ah, it's so much fun. Again, this will be a book someday if I ever get it done. But these are the pieces that are- Josh: Yeah, Russell, we need it. Come on, man. Not like your life's busy. Get it done. Russell: I'm working my fastest. It's going to be amazing. So anyway, I hope that helps you guys. As you're sitting down this year, this is literally what I'm doing. We're recording this December 28th. I've been mapping these things out. And my goal is January 1st, I'm waking up, and I'm just going to sit down and I'm going to flush these things and spend hours just putting it... Again, I've been percolating on them and taking notes on stuff, and I'm going to map it out, have it printed out. And this is the next 12 months of my life. This is the goal. This is where we're going and moving forward with definiteness of purposes. I'm going to just amplify my desire. Here's the identity I've got to take on to make it successful. Here's my beliefs, my rules, my values. And let's go and start running. So hopefully that helps. Josh: One more super rapid fire question then we can wrap it up. Russell: Okay. Josh: Do you have a coach that helps you with this, or do you do it all yourself? Russell: Oh, very good question. So during my life, I always go on and off with different coaches that have helped different parts. Right now. I do not have a coach. How do you say this right without being creepy. I don't have a coach who's living right now. Right now I am looking at authors as my coach. And for me right now, Napoleon Hill is the person I'm focusing on, who I'm literally going through so much of his stuff right out and having him accountable to me. I will in the near future rehire a coach to help me, but I'm still trying to, I don't know if that makes sense or not, but I'm trying to- Josh: Yeah, no, no, for sure. Russell: Yeah. Josh: That's awesome. That's good. Russell: Anyway. Josh: All right. Thanks Russell. That was awesome. Russell: Hope you guys enjoy it. If you enjoyed this episode with me and Josh, please let us know. Take a screenshot of the podcast on your app, tag me in it. Let us know your favorite thing, biggest takeaway. And with that said, I hope you guys enjoy the new year, planning it out. And I want you to all hit your Super Bowl goals over the next 12 months. So let's do it. If you do that, you'll change the world in your own little way, and it'll be awesome. So thanks, Josh. Thanks everybody, and we'll see you guys on the next episode.
Große Silvesterpartys sind out seit den jüngsten Kontaktbeschränkungen der Ampelkoalition. Doch was tun, wenn man schon länger all seine Freunde eingeladen hatte? Kreative Lösungen diskutieren Jürgen Becker und Didi Jünemann.
Interview: Glen Morgan In this special episode to conclude X-Files coverage in 2021, Tony Black, Carl Sweeney & Kurt North present their interview with legendary X-Files writer Glen Morgan at the Square Eyes TV Festival in Birmingham, UK, from early November 2021. The discussion focuses on 'Home' and the Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black', but Glen provides an array of insights from working on both shows and far more beyond. Plus! Tony & Carl discuss The X-Cast in 2021 and what listeners can expect in 2022... Happy New Year! Host / Editor / Executive Producer Tony Black Co-Hosts Carl Sweeney / Kurt North Special Guest Glen Morgan Show Producers Carl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt North Support The X-Cast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thexcast Follow X-Cast on social media: Twitter: @TheX_Cast Facebook/Instagram: The X-Cast Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis Twitter: @wmt_network Facebook/Instagram: We Made This wemadethisnetwork.com With thanks to our Patrons: Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Interview: Glen MorganIn this special episode to conclude X-Files coverage in 2021, Tony Black, Carl Sweeney & Kurt North present their interview with legendary X-Files writer Glen Morgan at the Square Eyes TV Festival in Birmingham, UK, from early November 2021.The discussion focuses on 'Home' and the Millennium episode 'The Curse of Frank Black', but Glen provides an array of insights from working on both shows and far more beyond.Plus! Tony & Carl discuss The X-Cast in 2021 and what listeners can expect in 2022...Happy New Year!Host / Editor / Executive ProducerTony BlackCo-HostsCarl Sweeney / Kurt NorthSpecial GuestGlen MorganShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastFollow X-Cast on social media:Twitter: @TheX_CastFacebook/Instagram: The X-CastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisTwitter: @wmt_networkFacebook/Instagram: We Made Thiswemadethisnetwork.comWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Dunkey's Zombie. A new character that likes stuff. Wa2f 7aal segment: dispute over the rights to Koala Sandwich. Phobia from getting sued (again), and official papers. The national anthem. Farouk in KSA. Becker. Phantom segment gone wrong. Why Did I Kill segment: Childhood story about strength in numbers. Conspiracy theory about corpses of bad people.سيجمنت وقف حال. فوبيا من القواضي والأوراق المختومة. النشيد الوطني. فاروق في السعودية. قصة التعاون اللي اتعلمناها وإحنا أطفال. نظرية مؤامرة عن جثث الناس الشريرة.
In this interview with Dr. Becker, Dr. John Robb espouses the benefits of making your own decisions and having freedom with a private practice. For more information: https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2020/12/05/fighting-an-uphill-battle-against-over-vaccination.aspx
This is Stephen Schmidt from the Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Wednesday, December 29th. There should be a chance for some more snow Wednesday, mostly in the late afternoon and evening. According to the National Weather Service there will be a high near 23 degrees in the Cedar Rapids area, so the snow will stick when it falls. There is a 40 percent chance of snow predicted after 3 p.m. and a 50 percent chance of snow before midnight. Linn County and its sheriff's office are paying a former deputy and his lawyers over half a million dollars to settle his assertions that fellow deputies belittled him for taking leave to help care for his newborn son. Scott Becker initially filed a lawsuit against the county in January 2020 in Linn County District Court, but it was refiled in U.S. District Court in February 2020. In his suit, Becker said he took time under the Family Medical Leave Act to care for his child in 2018, but then faced harassment and retaliation from co-workers who didn't want to fill in for him while he was out. Under terms of the settlement, Becker will be paid $334,062 and Fiedler Law Firm in Des Moines will be paid $240,937, according to a document provided by the county According to the Associated Press, the county attorney prosecuting the case of two https://apnews.com/article/fairfield-des-moines-iowa-conspiracy-homicide-87dfe280796d778c0ad55a829e1990b5 (Iowa teens charged with murde)r in the death of their high school Spanish teacher said in court documents they surveilled her pattern of life, ambushed her along her daily walk and dragged her into the woods, returning later to hide her body. Those additional details of the death of Nohema Graber in early November were revealed in a Dec. 23 filing in the case of Jeremy Goodale, 16, of Fairfield. He is charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder with classmate Willard Miller, also 16. Attorneys for both teens have asked a judge to https://www.thegazette.com/crime-courts/second-fairfield-teen-charged-in-spanish-teachers-killing-wants-case-sent-to-juvenile-court/ (move their case to juvenile court.) Hearings on the requests are scheduled for Jan. 27. Authorities have confirmed earlier that Graber had suffered “inflicted trauma to the head," Her body was found concealed under a tarp, wheelbarrow and railroad ties at Chautauqua Park in Fairfield. A University of Iowa student faces sex abuse charges after allegedly forcing a woman to perform a sex act at a 2021 Super Bowl party. Alexander T. Economos, 21, of Urbandale, was arrested Tuesday and faces charges of third-degree sex abuse, a Class C felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison, and assault with intent to commit sex abuse with bodily injury, a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison. Economos is accused of forcing a woman to perform a sex act Feb. 7 in a bathroom at a Super Bowl party in the 900 block of E. Washington Street in Iowa City. Finally, John Madden, the Hall of Fame coach who gained fame as a broadcaster whose enthusiastic calls combined with simple explanations provided a weekly soundtrack to NFL games for three decades, died Tuesday morning, the league said. He was 85. The NFL said on Tuesday that Madden had died unexpectedly and did not detail a cause. Looking to find something new to eat? Never miss a bite of the tastiest local food news by signing up for our free text alerts. Text CHEW to (319) 257-2674 for inside scoops from Gazette food writer Elijah Decious. Be sure to subscribe to The Gazette Daily news podcast, or just tell your Amazon Alexa enabled device to “enable The Gazette Daily News skill" so you can get your daily briefing by simply saying “Alexa, what's the news? If you prefer podcasts, you can also find us on iTunes or wherever else you find your Podcasts. Support this podcast
This season we are moving through the state of Minnesota, looking at an interesting fact about each county and giving you a book prompt from that fact. We will share six book suggestions to meet that prompt, to get you started on reading new books. You can also take that prompt and find any other book to meet the challenge! Today our prompt is inspired by Becker County! There is a time capsule in a park here, ready to be opened in 2065; read a book with a time capsule or historical monument We give you links to each of these books on our show notes page, taking you to Amazon.com. If you click on any of them, and buy anything at all - including a nice book - Amazon will send us a small percent of the profits they made on these sales. Thank you for supporting CMLE!
The hunter becomes the hunted as Saqib Ali and Mert Ertunga swap places for this episode of the pod. Mert steps in as the host for the pod as he interviews Saqib on his Boris Becker fandom. It's an off season tribute to one of the all time greats of the game through the vantage point of a fan. The episode chronicles many different memories of Becker's storied tennis career from his rise to fame as a teenager in 1985 to his sudden retirement in 1997.
Listen to this 3 minute recap of top industry stories from December 2021 including a lawsuit against Delta Dental of Kansas, the HHS provider relief fund payments, and more.
Merry Christmas from The X-Cast!In this special festive episode, we present a script reading audio drama of the original shooting script for the Season 6 episode, 'How the Ghosts Stole Christmas'...Episode Produced and Edited byTony BlackNarratorAnnie FlowersStarringCarl Sweeney as Fox MulderSarah Blair as Dana ScullyTony Black as MauriceandPaige Schector as LydaShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisSound effects (c) epidemicsound.comMusic:'Night at the Cemetery' (c) Etienne Roussel'Waltz of the Dead' (c) Mike Franklyn'Siren's Dance' (c) Etienne RousselWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Merry Christmas from The X-Cast! In this special festive episode, we present a script reading audio drama of the original shooting script for the Season 6 episode, 'How the Ghosts Stole Christmas'... Episode Produced and Edited by Tony Black Narrator Annie Flowers Starring Carl Sweeney as Fox Mulder Sarah Blair as Dana Scully Tony Black as Maurice and Paige Schector as Lyda Show Producers Carl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt North Support The X-Cast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thexcast Support the We Made This podcast network on Patreon: www.patreon.com/wemadethis Sound effects (c) epidemicsound.com Music: 'Night at the Cemetery' (c) Etienne Roussel 'Waltz of the Dead' (c) Mike Franklyn 'Siren's Dance' (c) Etienne Roussel With thanks to our Patrons: Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Join Kara McKinney as she speaks with Jim Jordan, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Charlie Kirk, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Alex Marlow, and Kyle Becker from AmericaFest 2021 in Phoenix, AZ.
Meet today's guest, Sharon Sloane, President CEO of Will Interactive, a software service delivering knowledge worldwide through technology. With a background in Education training and mental health, the goal of Sharon's company was to answer the question "what does it take to positively influence behavior?" In this episode, I talk with Sharon as she expounds on the problem of culture within the healthcare industry, and how this impacts professionals and patients, as well as the role of training in addressing these issues. Top Takeaways [05:46] There is a problem with the culture in healthcare ranging from diversity and equity to rampant burnout among healthcare professionals. [09:07] Leaders need to understand that whatever training is recommended for healthcare professionals who now have to deal with several symptoms, must be engaging and worthwhile. [13:51] Lessons from experience: A huge success Sharon recalls was creating the program "Beyond the Front" to combat the high rate of suicides at the time, which resulted in a 60% reduction in suicides. [19:58] Sharon's work technique: Listen; if you listen you can learn things that are implied and people will share things with you if they feel safe. [22:00] Challenges and Opportunities in healthcare: The upheaval caused by the pandemic is a huge challenge but at the same time invites innovation that needs to happen at a rapid pace. [26:30] Sharon is inspired by her deep commitment towards her client and staff, especially from the ideas they develop. [28:00] Best career advice: "No one ever achieved success alone" Find bright people and mentors and engage with them. [29:38] A professional society recommendation: The Association for Talent Development, Becker's Hospital Review. [33:00] Leaders need to evaluate a training before recommending it to healthcare workers, to know how valuable and engaging it would be. Training should be an investment, not a cost. [34:50] Listeners are encouraged to visit the Will Interactive Website, get a free 20-minute call, or a free demo. [36:37] Achieving an impact on the organizational culture in healthcare, alongside leading organizations would be something to celebrate. Key Quotes: "It is not easy to be a pioneer, but oh it is fascinating" "61% of physicians are reporting burnout" "We need to look for small wins" "If you're the smartest person in the room, you have to find a new room" "Be real, be who you are because you do a lousy job at being anyone else" “It's not about forcing someone to do x,y, or z; it's about leaving them to the conclusion that it's in their best interest to do a,b, and c.” Connect: Find | Sharon Sloane LinkedIn – Sharon Sloane Email - firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthcarequalitycast/message
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WDAY's First News anchors Se Kwon and Drew Trafton get you caught up on everything you need to know for Monday, December 20th. The InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications and is brought to you by reporters at WDAY-TV and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Find more news throughout the day at www.inforum.com for more.
Dr. John Fudens has developed a passion for alternative healing methods for animals for several decades now. In this interview with Dr. Becker, he shares his long career and the bumps he faced along the way. For more information: https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2021/12/18/dr-john-fudens-from-veterinarian-to-healer.aspx
Dr. Paul Merrick, Co-Chairman and Chief Physician Executive of Duly Health, joined the podcast to talk about the evolving role of independent physician groups, transition to value-based care and Duly's future growth.For more episodes like this, tune in to Becker's payer Issues Podcast.
Doug Smart and Kyle Becker of Smart Agency share stories of growth, successes and challenges, and how they made the most of the profitable, agency ownership transition. Attached is an excerpt from the 2021 Best Practices Study (annual study published in partnership with the Big “I” - click here for more information about this dynamic resource). This document is part of the whitepaper that focuses on perpetuation and how agencies can rethink their internal strategies. Also linked here is Reagan Consulting's Private Ownership Study from 2010 that outlines the four key pillars of perpetuation.
Keine närrische Sitzung, kein Konfetti im Saal, keine Schunkelei: Die Präsidenten haben es entschieden. Egal ob Minister- oder Karnevalspräsident, da kennen sie kein Pardon. Die Herren Becker und Jünemann begutachten aber in diesem Zusammenhang noch ganz andere Sitzungen.
Season 7 Deep Dive w/ Chris KnowlesOur coverage of Season 7 concludes as host Kurt North is joined by guest Chris Knowles to discuss Season 7 overall and the deeper themes and ideas of the season, in a broad deep dive discussion...Host / EditorKurt NorthGuestChris KnowlesExecutive ProducerTony BlackShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
In this week's “Mindful Headlines” podcast, KING 5 Anchor Jessica Janner Castro spoke to Seattle author Paula Becker about her new book on grief. The book is titled “A Little Book of Self-Care for Those Who Grieve,” and Becker wrote it while coping with the loss of her son Hunter. In the podcast, Becker's therapist Laura Takacs also shared helpful tips for coping with grief during the holidays. Grief resources Crisis Connections (support services for those in King County) Providence grief support services
Clearly, we are all about The Beatles, but episode 37 begins with one of our other passions -- true crime podcasts -- as we listen to the trailer for "The Sacred Harp." From there we bring back Musical Supervisor RB and get into our normal Beatles fare as we discuss pies and nuts, the fantastic Deer Tick, some more Get Back doc-talk, the Bad Beatles of Boston, one more piece of evidence to show that Paul McCartney loves Razor Ramon, more nut talk, Becker ditching the rest of us for Elon Musk, some regional Rhode Island work, and the very easy tune "All I've Got to Do."As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (email@example.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com). We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop! Grab some merch. You can also drunk dial us (tel:+18572339793) or leave us a tip in our new tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what drinks we should drink with the money).See the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list; listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Guest and Additional Musical Supervisior: RB (@ryanobrooks)#PeteBestGetThatCheck
In this episode, Anna & Jordan talk about... Anna's upbringing in a religious cult; The importance of knowing your true identity; Where we put our identity and how to unwind our identity from our beliefs and world views; How to be more accepting and loving during a time when we are feeling pressured to put a steak in our beliefs; and more! About Anna Becker Guzman Anna was born and raised, in a religious cult, under total control, conformity, and a toxic view of God, herself, and the world. After being raised in isolation from the world and marrying at 15, she decided to leave everything she knew and start over at 23. Her journey since has gone from confusion, depression, and illness, to redemption and healing. She now helps others in finding a healthy relationship with God and themselves and breaking out of the boxes of conformity, to own their authentic identity. Connect with Anna Blog link: https://www.captivetolove.com Insta: https://www.instagram.com/captivetolove/
Season 7 - script to screenOur coverage of Season 7 begins to wrap up as hosts Carl Sweeney & Sarah Blair are joined by guest Cathy Glinski to discuss Season 7 overall and compare the broadcast episodes with Cathy's impressive collection of original draft scripts, and examine what changed from page to screen...Host / EditorCarl SweeneyCo-HostSarah BlairGuestCathy GlinskiExecutive ProducerTony BlackShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Sara Penhallegon runs Center Valley Animal Rescue, which takes care of different animals, both large and small. Learn how she got her start in animal rescue in this interview with Dr. Karen Becker. For more information: https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2021/12/11/animal-rescuer-and-wildlife-rehabilitator.aspx
In this CPA podcast, we cover how to get accounting experience for your CPA license (does it mean leaving your current job?), Mock CPA Exams being a waste of time, MCQ vs SIM Study (50/50?), and much more. Have a question for the podcast? Ask Jeff. 1. I have taken BEC 4 times….. 68, 70, 71, 73. I am starting to get a bit stressed about it. I never did this poorly in college. I think I need to focus more and maybe just start the study process over for this exam. I do not want to have to retake AUD. That exam expires on 6/30/2022. I still have BEC, FAR, REG to complete. I am now going to commit more time to this as it is a priority for me. But I am considering switching to FAR, putting in the work, and taking it next. Then moving on to REG, then restudying for BEC and completing it. Do you think this makes sense? If not, could you give me your insight on a course of action? I appreciate your time and help. - Micah 2. Hi Jeff, I scored a 74 on the first FAR exam. I don't think my concepts are weak (except Governmental accounting, leases, and pensions) How should I solve MCQs on NINJA now, and how many? 3. Do I need to keep studying the books I got from Roger CPA or do I use NINJA CPA? I want to make sure I do not have to do both materials at the same time. 4. Combo: Do you have mini mocks instead of 4 long hours test if I can have 1.5 to 2 hours mini mock window? Is the NINJA practice exam a good gauge to see if you will pass the actual exam? If not, what is a good gauge on NINJA to see if you will pass the actual exam (trending score, overall percentage, etc.)? Nicole (Roger + NINJA) 5. Deborah (Another71 Forum) What is your advice on how to acquire two years of accounting experience for your CPA license if you are in a different line of work? 6. Just curious how you would recommend preparing for the simulation portion of the exam - Michael (NINJA Only) 7. I emailed you a few days ago before buying NINJA. I failed AUD 3 times now (60, 63, 67) and don't know what to do. I've done so many random sets of MCQ and sims in Becker, read the book, and did the MCQ and sims for each module. I don't know where I am going wrong. I am retaking it for the 4th time. So, I have 10 days with NINJA before I take it. What do you recommend doing? - Mansi (Becker + NINJA) (and many more live CPA Exam study questions)
7x22 'Requiem'- Episode Analysis Our coverage of Season 7 concludes as host Carl Sweeney is joined by co-host Kurt North, and recurring guests Cathy Glinski & Darren Mooney to discuss the finale of season seven, 'Requiem', and to discuss your feedback... Host / EditorCarl SweeneyCo-HostKurt NorthGuestsCathy Glinski / Darren MooneyExecutive ProducerTony BlackShow ProducersCarl Sweeney / Sarah Blair / Kurt NorthSupport The X-Cast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/thexcastSupport the We Made This podcast network on Patreon:www.patreon.com/wemadethisWith thanks to our Patrons:Adam Chamberlain, Michelle Milbauer, Tenko, Calla Dreams, Cathy Glinski, Jenn Ferguson, Adam Silva, Marlene Stemme, Deana Ferreri, Katie Doe, Simon Hodgson, Cortlan Waters Bartley, Martha Payne, Delta 51, Clarissa de Becker, Sarah Devicomte, Caredwen Foley, Daniela Marlitsis, Justin Bernstein, Karen McKenna, Luke Winch, Caleb Burnett, Annie Flowers, Kathryn Shellman, Gillian Collins, Wayne Arndt, Pekka Tukiainen, Elinor Butler, Jessica Miskelly, Christopher Pilbeam, Kathy Wait, Nikole Wilson-Ripsom, Jonas Wilstrup, Catherine Toussaint, Jamie Russell, Becky Santoyo, Michael Little, Russell Hugo, Kelsey L Mayer, Sarah Ford, Isabelle Dubois, Charnette Soto, Nina.
Our old friend Ted Danson (Cheers, Becker) joins us to see if pharmacists can guess what bottle of pills he's shaking into the phone plus much more! SUBSCRIBE ON ROKFIN: https://rokfin.com/brendonwalsh PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/worldrecordpodcast www.worldrecordpodcast.com for merch and everything else! BUY UNSTAINABLE UNDERWEAR www.unstainableunderwear.com Follow @corneezy on Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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