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What does it mean to train like a woman? How does women's menstrual cycle affect athletic training and performance? In this episode of the Align Podcast, I'm honored to host one of the world's leading experts in female physiology and sports nutrition, Dr. Stacy Sims. We have an awakening conversation on the power of tracking women's menstrual cycles not only for optimal sports training and performance, but also for a deeper understanding of what women have to consistently go through. Arguing that sports and fitness science is designed from a cis-male's perspective, Dr. Stacy lays out the complexities of female physiology and why it merits a whole different approach. She explains how to track menstrual cycles so women can plan their own training based on their cycle metrics. Knowing these patterns allows women and coaches to leverage hormonal changes and identify the best days for steady-state work, high-intensity session, and recovery period. Plus, Dr. Stacy shares what trainings can be done during high-hormone and low-hormone phases, the best food to eat during each phase, and essential training advice for young girls. She also debunks popular myths around menstrual cycles: Does ovulation predispose women to ACL injuries? Is having sex really a no-no during red days? Dr. Stacy Sims is an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specializing in gender differences. She's also an innovator, entrepreneur, and author. What we discuss: 0:00 – Introduction to Dr. Stacy Sims 6:00 – Gender bias in sports training & other reasons she studied female physiology 10:00 – What causes menstrual cycles? 18:00 – Low-hormone phase + why women need more protein than men 23:10 – Ovulation + why women crave carbohydrates on their period 30:00 – Most important lessons from her years of research & experience 32:30 – Debunking myths: Are women more likely to tear their ACL on their period? 44:30 – Training recommendation during the luteal phase 47:30 – Debunking myths: can women have sex on their period? 50:00 – How sexual contraception affects athletic training & performance 58:00 – Dealing with irregular cycles & amenorrhea among athletes Learn more from Dr. Stacy Sims: Website: www.drstacysims.com Instagram: @drstacysims Books: www.drstacysims.com/booksandmore Related links: The revised version of the Align Method book is now available with 22 brand-new exercises! Pre-order here: https://www.alignpodcast.com/alignbook.
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You may think that weekends and holidays are the time to get caught up. You finish the work week only to overstuff your time off with even more things to do. And you're always trying to catch up. But is being caught up really possible? Or is chasing that myth only leaving you drained and disappointed? Time off should be for true rest and rejuvenation (and not tackling another to-do list). In this episode, you'll hear my top four ways to keep work in its proper place (while enjoying time off to do what you'd like). Show highlights include: Why leaving more tasks undone may be good for you. (2:30) Debunking the myth of getting caught up and doing what feeds your soul instead. (5:27) How to keep your holidays sacred even when there is a backlog of work. (10:15) Why pride keeps you from prioritizing and progressing in life. (12:43) How to work through big projects and reclaim true rest (even when you don't think you have the time). (13:50) ***DISCOUNT CODES, RESOURCES, & SOCIAL LINKS*** Interested in coaching with Brilliant Balance? Schedule an exploratory call here: www.brilliant-balance.com/schedule Need a few moments of peace? Listen to our free 5 Minute Meditation: www.brilliant-balance.com/breathe/ Subscribe to The Brilliant Balance Weekly and we'll deliver it to your digital doorstep each Tuesday: www.brilliant-balance.com/weekly Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/brilliant_balance Join our private Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/281949848958057
#155: Debunking Common Myths About Nutrition for Female Entrepreneurs As entrepreneurs, sometimes we are so focused on planning the business and what comes next, we neglect to do the same process to our own nutrition and health. We feel that having to eat can be put aside sometimes because we just need to finish one more email and hours later remember that we're hungry. That's why today's guest, Heather McConochie is going to debunk the top 4 myths about nutrition that we as women over 40 years old commonly hear and how we can get started to build up our muscle and keep up our metabolic rates by eating the right amount of protein everyday. Heather is a Registered Nurse turned Nutritionist. She helps successful women lose fat with sustainable nutrition without fad diets or forbidden foods. After working as a nurse for 6 years and dealing with her own weight loss struggles, she was sick and tired of not seeing results. She hired a coach, studied & received her nutrition certification, and saw incredible changes to her body, energy and mood. She started coaching others in May 2017 and has helped hundreds of women via her coaching programs, digital courses, and podcast. She lives in Austin, Texas, and works with clients across the United States. This episode covers the difference between intermittent fasting and restricted eating times, while also giving us insights into how we can eat well as busy entrepreneurs and why mindset is everything. This episode is jam-packed full of great ideas, so let's get to it! Learn The Science Behind the Myths.... [05:30] How Heather started her journey from registered nurse to entrepreneur [08:51] 4 common myths that we hear & how Heather debunks them [14:41] Why protein is so important for women [17:30] How to eat well as a busy entrepreneur - the importance of planning! [22:01] What does it mean to fast and should we be doing it? [25:10] Mindset is everything and why you need to focus on your journey & not others' Important Links & Mentions in this episode:https://www.instagram.com/heathermcconochie/?hl=en (Heather's Instagram) https://www.instagram.com/heathermcconochie/?hl=en (Heather's Website) https://www.powerofoneframework.com/masterclass (Power of One Framework Masterclass) https://kellybaader.com/review (Subscribe + Review on iTunes) https://kellybaader.com/Spotify (Subscribe + Listen on Spotify) Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode.
THE CONVOThis episode features the second part of my conversation with my brother, Maceo. During this convo, we unpack common nutrition misconceptions, discussing everything from sugar and artificial sweeteners to organic food. *Disclaimer: Maceo is not a registered dietician, nutritionist, or doctor, but IS a very well read 18 year-old. Support this podcast by rating and reviewing Ineffable Goodness on iTunes & spreading the word to your family and friends! Thank you all SO much for listening. _______________________________________________________________________________________Connect with Maceo:Instagram Wanna tell me what you think? Have questions? Ideas for other episodes? Guest suggestions? Think of something ineffably good to share? ➭ Let me know by emailing me—email@example.com!➭ Follow Ineffable Goodness on Instagram @ineffablegoodnessSupport the show (http://ineffablegoodness.com)
We’re keeping the holiday spirit alive for just a bit longer with this listener stories episode all about how people discovered the truth about St. Nick! Thanks to friends, family, and listeners Garrett and Cassie for sharing your stories. To see our sources and any extras for this episode, head to our website at www.spookysciencesisters.com. Hit subscribe to be notified of future episodes, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@SpookySciPod), TikTok (@SpookyScience), and Facebook (@SpookyScienceSisters) for even more spooky content! Help us grow by sharing with a friend and leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. You can also support the show further by buying us a “spirit”!
Did you know that your beliefs about stress can significantly alter the impact stress has on your body? Stress can lead to health-protective benefits or health-destructive costs for you. The very cool thing about this is that you get to choose your outcome. So many of us get stress totally wrong and then are surprised when it threatens to take us down. I am committed to helping you understand the truth about stress so you can reap the many benefits of stress (yes, you read that right) while thriving in your life. This podcast episode will help you: - Identify three stress myths and how they threaten to take you down - Learn the truth about stress - Identify specific ways to challenge the stress myths with coping skills that work Don't let stress be a trap for you any longer, listen and learn how you can change your relationship with stress so that it no longer holds you back from pursuing what truly matters. Stress is not the problem, is open for enrollment for two weeks only! It's time to prioritize you. You can dive deeper into learning skills to thrive in your stress. Learn more here! Connect on Instagram @dr.melissasmith Don't miss out on weekly podcast episodes. Subscribe here to receive new episode drops in your inbox each week. Show notes available at: https://drmelissasmith.com/140-stressmyths/
What do art history and functional dentistry have in common? They both require primary sources when researching a contentious question! Today's question focuses on Sorbitol and whether or not it can cause tooth decay. Dr. B answers this question but also takes us through his methodology when investigating a chemical, so that you can apply critical thinking to the chemicals that affect you daily. From simply googling the question to a deep dive into the literature available using the NIH's PubChem database, follow along step-by-step as the impact of Sorbitol on your teeth is untangled. We discover the most likely cause of the conflicting information available on the internet and how you can identify unreliable sources. We learn what Sorbitol is on a chemical level, how it's metabolized by humans and the bugs in our microbiome, and how it's made. We also touch on Xylitol and why Dr. B only likes some forms of it, and discover the other chemicals that are in Dr. B's investigative crosshairs for 2022. Tune in to learn all of this and more in today's educational episode!Key Points From This Episode:Using functional dentistry and logic to answer health questions [0:0:31]Dr. B's qualifications and why he thinks the way he does about chemicals [0:01:31]Today's question: does Sorbitol contribute to tooth decay? [0:02:56]The web search results that Dr. B sees when he Googles “does Sorbitol cause tooth decay” [0:03:11]How an acid attack can cause tooth decay, and Sorbitol biochemistry after breakdown by the oral microbiome [0:05:35]Why Wikipedia can be a good source [0:06:31]What Sorbitol is made from, the chemical structure of it, and its metabolites [0:07:22]Failure to ferment Sorbitol: why Sorbitol is not digested by oral or gut microbes [0:09:36]How the Glycemic Index works [0:10:31]The forms of Sorbitol in use, and where to check this information [0:11:48] Why Dr. B likes Xylitol, another sugar alternative [0:15:14]Dr. B's tips on what makes a good study [0:15:29]PubChem: what Dr. B's favorite website says about Sorbitol [0:16:39]How to read articles that are behind paywalls: contact your dentist or doctor [0:19:52]Debunking false claims in the media: Sorbitol does not fight decay, while Xylitol does [0:20:17]How studying art history taught Dr. B to value primary sources [0:21:46]Concluding thoughts on Sorbitol, and other chemicals Dr. B is investigating [0:22:34]How to Submit Your Question:Record your question for Dr. B at speakpipe.com/askthedentist Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Sorbitol on WikipediaInternational Sugar Organization'RHR: A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Research'National Institutes of HealthPubChemSorbitol Metabolism/Metabolites on PubChem'D-Sorbitol on the Hazardous Substances Data Bank'Ask the DentistAbout Dr. Mark BurhenneFollow Dr. B on Instagram @askthedentistFollow Dr. B on Twitter @askthedentistAsk Dr. B a Quest
Are you over-restricting on keto? Experiencing fatigue, hair loss, or loss of menstrual cycle? Perhaps you've lost that “keto high” or have seen your thyroid numbers go off? Tune in to hear us discuss top signs that you are being too restrictive with your keto diet and how to tweak your intake for best results. In this episode, we cover both behavioral and physical signs that something is off in your body when doing keto. From hair loss to clock-watching your fast, to insomnia and mood swings, keto can drive distress if not tapped into your body's subtle signs and supporting your HPA-axis! Learn when and why you might want to adjust your macros, how to tweak your intermittent fast, and best supplements to support your keto journey. Plus we debunk myths about keto including whether keto is bad for your thyroid and adrenals, decreases bone density or causes cholesterol to go up! Also in this episode: 2022 Live 10 Day Detox starts today - Sign up now! Detox Packs are 20% off through 1/7 with code DETOX2022 12 Week Keto Meal Plan - Early Bird Pricing now through 1/17 Women's Wellness Retreat NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT Past Episodes: Episode 47: Keto Pitfalls Episode 130 Debunking Keto Myths With Guest Diane Sanfilippo Episode 187 Top Keto Fails and How to Recover Signs of Over-restriction Keto as a Stressor Leptin and Carb CyclingEpisode 75 Considering Carb Cycling? Carb Cycling (While on Keto) Episode 146 Keto as a Hormetic Stressor and All About Leptin CardioMetabolic Panel - measures Leptin Intermittent Fasting as a Stressor4 Types of Intermittent Fasting [beverages to support your fast] Episode 266 Why is my A1C Elevated? Adjusting Your Protocol & Macros12 Week Food as Medicine Ketosis Program Peanut Butter Chocolate Gelatin Supplements to Support KetoRelax and Regulate Calm and Clear GabaCalm Adaptogen Boost Stress Manager Bundle Keto Essentials Bundle Boost and Burn Lightening Up Your Keto & Metabolic FlexibilityEpisode 237 Mediterranean Keto Episode 153 Metabolic Flexibility and the New Age of Keto What is Metabolic Flexibility? Keto MythsKeto will cause hypothyroidismThyroid Optimizer Keto caused my cholesterol to go up, therefore I shouldn't do ketoEpisode 157 Cholesterol as Medicine Keto can cause a loss of bone mineral densityOsteo Factors Keto will cause adrenal fatigueAdrenal Rebound Bundle Sponsors for this episode: This episode is sponsored by Nutrisense, providing Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM) that provide you with real-time glucose data and an easy to use phone app that helps you combine and visualize your glucose data with all of your daily activities as well as personalized recommendations on how to improve your health. Use the code ALIMILLERRD at nutrisense.io/alimillerrd This episode is also sponsored by Santa Cruz Medicinals, makers of potent and affordable CBD with effective dosing. For more information check out www.scmedicinals.com and use code ALIMILLERRD for 15% off your order.
In this episode, I am joined by nutrition expert Melissa McAllister. Melissa is truly my nutrition goals and role model! We discuss common nutritional myths, intentional eating and small shifts that we can all make to feel our best in 2022.
New Year, New You? Creating new year resolutions? Perhaps not. It's not about re-inventing yourself or changing who you are, but about how you develop and grow everyday. As DocJen says, “It's about continuing to be aware and create evolving pattern of YOU throughout the years.” DocJen & Dr. Dom dive into how you can make sustainable goals for the new year! Debunking expectations typically seen in many personal development programs, they dive into their method of couple goals and how writing down affirmations can be empowering. Using their own examples, they explain their process in creating goals and how you can begin to get REAL with your goals this year. With emphasis on the 1% rule to create small and achievable steps to your final goal, try rid failure and hone in on awareness and accountability. Let's let go of perfection and dive into 4 ways you can optimize each month. What You Will Learn In This PT Pearl: 2:05 - Method of Couple Goals 5:08 - What you get told at personal development programs 5:55 - Is writing down affirmations helpful? 6:44 - How do we set up our goals? 11:26 - Get real with your goals 12:39 - Failure is a tricky word 14:00 - The process of continual assessment with accountability partner 15:26 - Accountability for Dr. Jen 17:21 - Consistency 19:07 - Let go of perfection 20:00 - Sunmarizing key takeaways Watch Episode 168 on Youtube For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode168/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
Show Notes**** In this episode, we talk about the realities, and challenges faced by today's University students, and professors. Are professors paid enough? Are there too many students today? How can education improve? Dr. Elaine Beaulieu joins me to explore these topics, and share her experience, and opinions, on the topic! (0:01:02) Beyond the Test Tube, research and the Faculty of Science. (0:01:37) Switching to innovation in education: The why and the how. (0:04:04) Working as a researcher: The PhD and PostDoc. (0:06:55) Science lecturers vs Tenured professors in academia. (0:08:30) Tenure: Why it is still the goal. (0:10:48) The hierarchy of academia and adjunct professors in science. (0:13:35) Being a professor: Is it a good choice for a career? (0:15:45) Post-Secondary education funding in Ontario and PhDs in science. (0:17:59) Canada: Not enough funding for science and education. (0:19:34) Job stability and contracts. (0:22:18) PhDs and PostDocs in other countries vs Canada. (0:25:08) Professorship: A vocation. (0:28:53) Studying science and the challenges for students today. (0:31:10) We are all different: The need for flexibility and micro credentials. (0:34:15) Preparing the students: A need for a new design. (0:37:47) Finding the right balance: Applying what is learned. (0:39:55) The peripheral needs: A necessity in the workplace. (0:42:15) Universities vs Colleges. (0:43:55) Developing new programs for a new world: Turning the machine around. (0:46:55) Teaching online: A mixed experience for students. (0:49:11) Being tough and knowing when to back off. (0:50:35) Coddling and its aftereffects. (0:51:23) Designing policy to be flexible: The muffin comparison. (0:53:13) Being partners in education. (0:56:28) Readiness for work: Not all on the university. (0:58:15) Universities: The need to move away from being the gatekeeper. (1:00:03) Security issues and new ideas. (1:02:30) The public perception of universities and the importance of outreach. (1:05:19) Public lectures and gatherings: How do you market it? (1:07:51) Science communication: The importance of presentation. (1:10:01) Debunking pseudoscience, social media and animation. (1:11:20) Elitism in science and science communication. (1:13:33) Building trust with the community. (1:15:15) When logic goes out the window: Researching falsities. (1:17:15) Analyzing what's real. (1:18:20) Communicating to teach: Entertain me. Follow Dr. Beaulieu on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elainebeaulieu2 Beyond the Test Tube podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-test-tube-a-science-podcast/id1544148414 Visit Planet B612 on the web: http://planetb612.fm/ Follow Planet B612 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetB612fm Support Planet B612 on Patreon: https://patreon.com/juliesworld
Anxious to shed those extra pounds heading into the New Year but not quite sure the best way to go about it? On this episode of "Random Fit," hosts Wendy Batts and Ken Miller were joined by Registered Dietary Nutritionist, Michelle Ricker, to debunk diet myths with science. Don't worry, it's not rocket science, just nutritional science. Whether you're a fitness professional or simply someone looking to improve their overall health, find out which diets are best suited to help you achieve your dietary and wellness goals in this special encore presentation! Did you hear? The most trusted name in fitness is now the most trusted name in sports performance nutrition. Become an NASM Certified Sports Nutrition Coach and optimize performance and recovery. https://bit.ly/3qOJzt1
To learn more about Eric visit his website at https://www.erictermuende.com/ or purchase his book RETHINK WORK here https://www.erictermuende.com/rethink-work/ What's up with the new generation? People have been complaining about “kids these days” since before the dawn of time. This whole “young people are entitled and don't know how good they have it” thing isn't new, and it seems to be an especially well used trope in trades and construction. When you have young 20-somethings demanding a higher hourly wage than you ever made and the quality of their work is suspect, it's tough NOT to be a little cynical. This puts you in a tough spot because as infuriating as some of the Gen-Zers and Millennials are to you, the physically demanding nature of your business means you need to find a way to connect, attract and lead young people. The other pitfall of cynical thinking is that you paint a huge population with too broad a brush. Writing off 70 million people as “lazy” is, ironically, a form of laziness in and of itself. For every blue-haired tick tocker that makes your eyes roll, there is a quiet mechanically minded kid who wants to work with their hands... and it's your job to find these youngsters and showcase what an amazing lifestyle and career IS possible through trades and construction. Our education system definitely ain't doin it, so like it or not, this responsibility lies squarely with you… the evolving contractor. To bridge this gap and debunk some myths, we've brought in Eric Termuende, a leadership author, speaker, and entrepreneur. Eric specializes in working with organizations to build incredible teams and attract the next generation. Eric delivers north of 75 keynote speeches a year to large organizations like John Deere, Zoom, Amazon, Toyota and various Trade Associations. He is the author of the book, RETHINK WORK and has been unpacking the generational challenge for the last 7 years. In this episode we cover: How the changing world ends up shaping each generation in a unique way Why approaching the conversation in terms of this generation vs that generation is ass backwards How to leverage the story you already have to catch the attention of ambitious, driven and loyal young people. How the physically demanding hands-on nature of your business may actually be its most attractive feature rather than a detractor. How you need to conduct yourself as the owner and leader of the company to bring in young talent The super simple method any leader can use to quickly build trust in their teams See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Debunking the Myths on Lasers I believe lasers are the most versatile healthcare tool we have today. Here's why: Low-intensity lasers have been in therapeutic use for more than fifty years. They've been proven effective for decades—the first Erchonia FDA clearance goes back to 2002. The effect is photochemical, not thermal, so treatment is painless, safe, and fast. Laser therapy is highly effective for treating a range of painful conditions, particularly osteoarthritis, lower back pain, neck pain, peripheral neuropathy, foot pain, and tendonitis. The studies back up the claims. In one important double-blind placebo study—the gold standard for clinical trials—laser therapy (eight treatments in one month) reduced pain by an average of 49 percent even when no other treatments were administered. Dr. Robert Silverman is a chiropractic doctor, clinical nutritionist, author of a bestseller, 2015 Sports Chiropractor of the Year, a seasoned health and wellness expert on both the speaking circuits and within mainstream media. He spoke at “Talks at Google”, and maintains a busy private practice in White Plains, NY. website: http://www.drrobertsilverman.com/ Facebook: @DrRobertSilverman Instagram: @drrobertsilverman Twitter: @drrobsilverman LinkedIn: drrobertsilverman
This episode originally aired on May 10, 2021. This previously published episode is a favorite for mom and kid wellness. Whitney English is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, certified personal trainer, and a mama of two little ones (ages 6 months and 2 years). She's the creator of the media platform Whitney E. RD, where she serves up the scoop on food and fitness trends, and co-creator of Plant-Based Juniors, an online destination for all parents looking to get more plants on the plate. Whitney earned her master's degree in Nutrition, Healthspan, and Longevity and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Southern California's Norris Cancer Center and Keck Medical Center as well as BreatheHealing Life Center. Her experience working in cancer research fueled her curiosity for using food and fitness to promote lasting health and helped shape her Predominantly Plant-Based philosophy. Whitney also is the co-author of The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler coming out next Tuesday, May 18th! They're offering some great pre-order bonuses so head over the link below for more info. In this episode, Whitney debunks some of the top myths surrounding plant-based eating using her evidence-based research while sharing strategies on how to get your babies, toddlers and kids to eat a predominantly plant-based diet. She also talks about plant-based nutrition during pregnancy and shared insight into the 3-day water fast she completed (pre-pregnancy and breastfeeding) to help with cell regeneration (aka autophagy) and longevity. Even if you're an omnivore (or recovering paleo eater) like myself, her tips helped inspire me to find ways to get more veggies into my kids meals and have piqued my interest in the studies behind fasting and longevity. So whether or not you are plant-based curious or wondering how to get your kids to eat more greens, listen in! Resources: The Plant-Based Baby & Toddler The Predominantly Plant-Based Pregnancy Guide Follow Whitney at... Website: WhitneyERD.com // Plant-Based Juniors IG: @whitneyerd // @plantbasedjuniors
Welcome back for episode 145 of The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast! On this week's episode Tyarra and Jack answer and discuss various topics including: - Is the WHOOSH effect a real thing? - How to know if you've ACTUALLY plateaued and what to do about it - How can you determine whether or not you have enough muscularity to compete? - What would our last meal be if we were to die tomorrow? - 2021 wrap up and reminiscing Link for TBD Tees: https://www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com/tbdapparel/qhk1uy9fz085ldg2jbeofrobnre9u6 Thank you again for tuning into the podcast and we hope you enjoy! We would greatly appreciate if you would please subscribe to the channel, give us a rating, leave us a review and tell your friends about the podcast! The more people we can reach out to and help the better! Stay tuned for more podcasts released on a weekly basis! Business Website: www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com Tyarra's Instagram: www.instagram.com/tyarranelson/?hl=en Jack's Instagram: www.instagram.com/jack.radfordsmith/?hl=en The Bodybuilding Dietitians Instagram: www.instagram.com/thebodybuildingdietitians/?hl=en YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Why7CvHSXNMG8Aws6dnww 10% Off Marmadukes Peanut Butter Powder (discount code TBD10): www.marmadukes.com.au/discount/TBD10 VPA 10% off codes used at checkout: www.vpa.com.au/ TYARRA JACK
David Zweig (@davidzweig), published author and science journalist based in New York, joins the show to tackle one specific topic pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic: mask mandates for children in schools. David's article “The CDC's Flawed Case for Wearing Masks in School” was published in The Atlantic early this month and spotlights the “very shaky science” propped up by the CDC that has compelled many schools throughout the US to institute mask mandates for their students. Chadi and David analyze the data—fleshing out all of the details and scenarios—of mask wearing in schools in this fiery, no-holds-barred discussion that will surely ruffle some feathers. Read David's article in The Atlantic https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2021/12/mask-guidelines-cdc-walensky/621035/ Check out Chadi's website for all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes and other content. www.chadinabhan.com/ Watch all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes on Youtube. www.youtube.com/channel/UCjiJPTpIJdIiukcq0UaMFsA
Lars Larson Show. Dr. Victor Davis Hanson-The Dying Citizen, General Slosser on Afghanistan, Mary Graybar Debunking the 1619 Project. https://www.larslarson.com/ Mary Graybar. Debunking the 1619 Project. Major General Slosser- Afghanistan. Hugo Gordon Restoring America Web Project. Victor Davis Hansen- The Dying Citizen.
Lars Larson Show. Dr. Victor Davis Hanson-The Dying Citizen, General Slosser on Afghanistan, Mary Graybar Debunking the 1619 Project. https://www.larslarson.com/ Mary Graybar. Debunking the 1619 Project. Major General Slosser- Afghanistan. Hugo Gordon Restoring America Web Project. Victor Davis Hansen- The Dying Citizen.
Bret Speaks with Gruff Davies and Linda Benskin on the subject of Vitamin D as a preventative measure for Covid.https://www.gruffdavies.com/https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3669379--- Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon. Please subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts. DarkHorse merchandise now available at: store.darkhorsepodcast.org Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music.Timestamps:00:00 Welcome and introductions01:15 Vitamin D initial review in May 202003:40 VitaminDforAll letterhttps://vitamindforall.org/letter.html07:00 Inference and randomized controlled trials11:05 Vitamin D toxicity13:08 Public health authorities are worse than incompetent15:07 Vitamin A and D toxicity19:17 Negative Brazil vitamin D study21:05 Positive studies on vitamin D23:00 Normal function of vitamin D25:20 Vitamin D from the sun and supplements29:07 Africa and sunshine30:21 MERS and seasonality31:30 Ecuador and sunshine33:03 Air pollution in Italy and Korea35:00 Brazil and vitamin D deficiency36:55 Jamaica and politically correct science39:46 Censorship from big tech43:26 Health disparities and funding47:14 Operation Warp Speed50:18 Pascal's wager52:02 Intelligent heroes and cognitive dissonance54:30 Financial incentives56:40 Pre-hormone D58:04 Vitamin D from food01:00:11 Avoiding colds and flu in winter season01:04:15 Australia lockdown01:05:10 Finland and food fortification01:05:54 Sweden and Somali refugees01:08:30 Recommended Daily Allowance01:10:44 Vitamin D and mechanism for COVID immunity01:15:00 Excusing doctors and "disproving" vitamin D in underpowered studies01:21:38 Fluvoxamine and monoclonal antibodies01:24:40 Emergency use authorization01:25:32 Reducing harm with vitamin D01:29:30 Zoonotic transmission and driving COVID extinct01:35:51 Influenza outbreaks and vaccines01:37:33 Not just vitamin D01:39:57 What distinguishes vitamin D01:42:00 Vitamin D, sun, and balance of risk01:46:23 3 recommendations01:47:47 Suspicion of public health authorities01:50:44 Debunking negative studies01:53:14 What does vitamin D expose01:57:40 Funding of journals and fact checkers01:59:25 Wrap upSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bretweinstein)
The new year is coming and in the business world you're probably hearing a lot about Google Ads. Facebook isn't really doing as much as it used to so more and more people are trying to crack the code for Google ads or finding someone who can do it for them. I'm going to take today's lesson, or podcast as a lesson myself, because there's a lot of work I personally need. So we get an email, like most people come on the show, say, Hey, I got this Google Ads expert. I'm like, perfect. We're getting all kinds of questions on this. So we brought him on today. Nik Tsoukales founded REALTOP after spending more than 15 years growing multiple sales teams, call centers, and businesses using digital marketing. In his career, he's been awarded multiple INC. 5000 Awards for fastest-growing private companies in the United States, been responsible for multiple business turnarounds in the financial space resulting in millions of dollars in revenue recovered as well as organically growing multiple companies online dominating organic SEO, Google PPC, and Social Media. Nik and his team of digital marketing experts are responsible for more than 89k actual clients acquired using online marketing and counting with a diverse range of business types including financial services, dental, medical, legal, real estate, and more.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeWhy content is important to rank organicallyWhat you can do on Google that you can no longer achieve on FacebookHow to get on the first page of a Google searchResourcesRealtopReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas to real estate marketing. And this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get started.What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast is the end of what really 2021 We're about to get in 2022 and 2022, you're going to talk about doing some new things. And one of those new things that have started about a little bit of a buzzword in the industry, are Google ads. I actually saw a post about it this morning and one of the Facebook groups. Hey, do I know anyone that can run my Google ads for me? Because my guess is that Facebook's not doing what it used to. And that's the only ad platform real estate industry has ever actually attempted to do anything on. And they're resorting to Google ads. And you know, personally, I've been doing those YouTube ads for about nine months. I've not cracked the code I've had. But I've generated my business from nowhere. I optimize but I also am running a lot of Google Display ads right now those are doing really well. I'm getting a lot of for retargeting purposes, I love them. But I'm going to take today's lesson, or podcast as a lesson myself, because there's a lot of work I personally need. So we get an email, like most people come on the show, say, Hey, I got this Google Ads expert. I'm like, perfect. We're getting all kinds of questions on this. So we brought him on today. Nick, why don't you go ahead and tell everybody who you are, what you do. And then let's get into this interview.Thanks for having me on Mike. My name is Nick Collis, I own a company called Real top marketing. out of Boston, Massachusetts. We help all types of professional service businesses, including a lot of real estate brokerages, financial services, companies, and so on, generate tons and tons of qualified leads using Google ads, amongst other things. But I would say that's our that's our core focus we've generated to date. And this isn't actually counting every single client but over 89,000 paying clients using Google ads. So that's our that's our claim to fame.Yeah, well, let's get it. There's all kinds of questions about Google ads. And you guys, these are the ones that pop up at the top of the search results. So you see ad and it's like blue font. And if you're not number one, no one goes to page two. That's why people are doing them. You either get there two ways we either SEO and rank there, which I'm going to go on a wild limb and say 99.9% of the real estate and mortgage industry don't have enough content to rank organically.So how are you? How are you going to compete with Zillow and Redfin and these guys that have 100 People just writing content, it's difficult for the sole practitioner, even even a local brokerage to even come close to what they've got going.So walk me through from a real estate agents perspective, let's do this in three ways real estate agent, lender, and then seller lead generation, so people own homes, because these are the top three topics, and how we would reach these people. First off, let's go on to the targeted. What can you do on Google that you can no longer do on Facebook?Well, there's there's kind of a fundamental difference, right? So you have and I'm gonna actually put aside display for a second. I mean, we're going to put aside the majority of YouTube for a second and just simply talk about the two fundamental differences between Google search ads, so be a little bit more specific, and even just Facebook ads, okay. Facebook is an amazing platform, you can create zillions of cheap leads. I mean, it's it's it's a powerhouse right now. But it's disruptive marketing. So someone isn't necessarily looking for what you have to offer when you put that ad in front of them. Okay. And that's okay. Because, you know, if, you know, if they're interested, if the demographic and they inquire, eventually you're going to have business, okay. There's no question. It's a powerhouse. But Google, especially Google search ads, you have people that are super high intention, they're looking for what you have to offer when they see that ad. They might have already tapped on the shoulder of their referral sources and said, Hey, you got a guy that that can sell my house or you Hey, you got a guy that house they already did that? And and they didn't find someone. So what do they do? They just went to Google or they're just slightly introverted, have no friends and they just live on Google. Right? And they search for companies there. So what we find is the actual sales cycle because these people are so motivated, the sales cycle is far shorter with these people that are looking for your services, so long as you can as long as the searches exist, okay, cuz sometimes you have markets that the searches just aren't there. Okay, as long as the search exists, you can get in front of them with an ad that doesn't oversell which we can talk about that, and then get them to some sort of landing page experience that literally matches what they were looking for. You could do business very, very quickly using Google, um, you can turn a profit very, very quickly. Now, the cost per click is going to be, I mean, it could be 10x, what you're paying on Facebook, but you should be able to, in a lot of cases generate revenue a little quicker, even if it's more expensive. It seems you we can typically get cash flow, cash flow working a little earlier, if that makessense. Yep. So we're talking about intent based versus disrupting somebody's couch? watching the Kardashians. And, and he's right, your costs are going to go up higher. But it's going to be a better quality lead overall, because it's people that are looking for what the hell you do they need this help. So you're solving somebody's problem with it. So that makes a lot of sense. Why don't we hit into targeting and just start with search, it's not getting to display it. So So box search ads, I'm sure you're targeting the same, but let's start with just search ads for the real estate industry.Who can we target? I mean, here's the cool thing about search, okay. It's not necessarily a matter of picking the right age group, or, or you know, the right audience, okay, you can really target people just based on searches. And you can add some other filters, obviously, your you know, your zip codes, you know, you can only do business in a certain area. But you can, you can target people that are looking that are typing in exactly what you can offer, okay, so you don't have to worry about making sure that that audience matches exactly what could possibly be a customer because you're not, you know, you're not disrupting, you're not disrupting them. Okay, they're, they're looking for it. So really, you're targeting I actually think it's a lot easier. Now, some industries tend to be or the searches tend to be so broad. Okay, so we have clients that are attorneys, and yet people that literally search for attorney, okay, but they need a malpractice attorney, and they'll go to 10 Different attorney websites, you know, looking for malpractice attorney. And every time they click on one of those websites, or those ads, they're wasting someone's cash, unfortunately. So an industry like that can be very finicky, and very tricky when you're doing your keyword bidding in real estate can be as well, because you could bid on literally the word, sell my house, get a bunch of different variations of that, and people just looking for websites to, you know, value their house like Zillow, and they're not necessarily looking for a real estate professional. And that's where, you know, when we have someone that is kind of new to Google ads, okay, and maybe they don't have a massive silicides budget, okay, but they're doing you know, they they're doing great business in a particular zip code, what we'll typically do is we'll target keywords like, you know, real estate broker real estate company, we won't just, we won't target just the word real estate or real estate listing, we want someone that is looking for the professional, the actual person that's going to assist them. And that allows us to do away with some of the garbage traffic that won't tarnish the lead ever.Let me stop you right there. super interesting. Whereas most people, and we're talking about keywords. So yeah, there's just a couple of ways you could run ads in Google. And even before I go into this, you could reach people who type in certain keywords, which is what I believe is best practices. Yep. But you could also do several other different forms of targeting, and you could target them based on demographic income, all this other kind of crap, right? Interest, all this other stuff. But from everything I've seen, yeah, I think the keywords is what people are what works the best. But what's interesting about what he just said, was not necessarily focused on the keyword that they type in, on the problem they have, but the keyword that they type in based upon the person who could help them solve it. That's a difference. Right there. So if you didn't catch that, think aboutthat. That's, that's one of the filters, otherwise, you're just gonna blow a ton of cash. We've seen agents do it, they're bidding on literally real estate in their zip code. And they're getting all of Zillow traffic, people trying to price out their house. And there's, there's, there's no money there, you know, or they're getting a lot of people that come to the website, and they do want to poke around, or they'll use their, their home value engine, you know, whatever. They're running on their website. And that's great. You can capture some data there. But I usually suggest doing that as kind of a phase two of Google. So phase one, I usually like to launch campaigns, people looking for the professional. Even if the traffic isn't a ton of traffic, the leads will be quality. It'll be super high intention. And once we've sort of maximize the campaign like that, and we've kind of squeezed every Anything we can out of it in terms of how many leads we could generate at the right price, then we'll move on to like a phase two, which is an additional campaign that's a little bit more broad. Knowing that we're gonna get some tire kickers, we're gonna get some guys that click around, we're gonna have a higher bounce rate. But you know, you just work out the formula at that point a little differently.And when you guys are searching for different keywords, a lot of people are aware, you guys just using keyword planner in Google, are you guys using anything in particular, I have a follow up to that.We're a big, big fan of keyword planner. But also we're a big, big fan of SpyFu, SpyFu SpyFu has been our go to lately, I mean, because we can, we don't have to totally reinvent the wheel. And I think that's something important for a lot of the listeners out there. I mean, you know better than anybody, especially with social media ads, you can see what the other guys are doing. Facebook will give you the data, Google will give you the data. And now these third party engines can literally give you everything. So why try to reinvent the wheel just use one of these toolsin tow, arresting how much money that people need to spend on something like Google ads, you know, like they get the hit a campaign, they are more expensive. How does someone know? And in this some I struggle with too is like when you look at the audience size is based on impressions, and my brain looked at just looks at different like there was like millions and millions and millions no matter what. So like when you're sitting there like looking at a Google ad? Or a keyword like how do you determine which is the right answer? How much do you need to spend to actually make an impact? I see a major drop off or pick up in Facebook when I go over 100 bucks a day versus under it? And there's all it seems like that's almost like that threshold. But is that true for Google? And how does that work?Yeah, Google. I mean, I hate to say it, right. But the barrier of entry is definitely higher than it was five years ago, way higher than it was a decade ago, when I really first started getting into Google ads. So we'll get you know, we'll ever brokerage or a professional services business hit us up and say, hey, you know, I want to test this out with $500 in ad spend the first month. And as much as I'd like to help them, what we find is when we do the numbers Google's been around so so long, that they're already companies occupying those top three spots, they've already made their money back 100 times. So now they're playing with the houses money in terms of marketing spend. So they'll just auto bid for those top spots. So the little guy, he doesn't have that low bear event she wears, you know, with social ads, at least you're paying for impressions. So you almost have not almost you're not completely but an unlimited inventory. With Google, it's like you're limited with the number of searches, you're limited to those top three to four spots, page two is essentially totally useless. So the barrier of entry is much higher. When I get an inquiry like that, I tell people, what's your budget for the year? And if it's not at least $1,000 per month to start? I tell them don't even waste your time yet, you know, get out there start knocking on doors, you know, start posting tic tock videos, because I don't think it's going to be for you.Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. And I do see a certain audience size that's relative to that, or are you just you? Don't you even look at that?Well, yeah, sometimes we'll have a customer that's only doing business in a particular zip code. And, and we do the you know, we jump at the keyword planner, and we do our forecasting, and we find that, you know, this 50 searches in that particular zip code. And, you know, if you if you take it two or 3% click through rate, and then you take 20% of those clicks, turning and deletes really, what do you get maybe a lead? You know, so you wonder, like, all the time management that goes into monitoring these campaigns, is it worth it to get a leader to where maybe you could be out there, I don't know, going to your local chamber of commerce meetings and asking for referrals and getting the same thing. So yeah, you want to have a decent pool size. Imean, that requires me to get up off my ass and actually do some though. So I mean, what the hell I want. That's too much work.Funny story. I was at a chamber of commerce meeting the other night, a random town that I don't live in. It was like a wedding crasher Chamber of Commerce meeting in Bill burrs brother was there randomly lives in the town. That's funny.Interesting, man. So um, also, I noticed when you're doing Google ads, there's different like, they could say, like, let's just say I type in real estate agent, real estate broker realtor. And then it says, you want a specific keyword search? Or do you want it very broad? What do you guys do on like a phase one when you're starting a new campaign for something like that?Great question. So for those of you that have never run a Google campaign, when you bid on a keyword, there are three different ways you can bid on a specific keyword. So let's use that example. Let's say real estate broker or even real estate company, right? You can bid on real estate company exact match, which is they have to type that exact thing in exactly how we just said and wrote it. Then you have phrase match, which is a slight variation of real estate company which could be like those Worst real estate company, the best real estate company, some variation of it, and then you have a broad match. Okay, and broad is a recipe for disaster for almost every campaign early on, because that could be a sentence with the word in it, it could be real estate sucks, it could be the word real attached to, you know, find me a real juice, juice press machine, like any variation of that word, or that phrase that you can imagine it's too loose. So usually, when we start these campaigns, especially in real estate, we're starting with exact match, it doesn't produce a ton of traffic, but what we find is the traffic is super quality. And even if it only generates a few leads, here and there, we know the clients not burning through their cache. And then we build on that the majority of companies and actually Google suggestion, if you deal with a Google agent, they're not going to like this, they usually want you starting with broad match. And then they tell you to prune the tree to thin out your campaign from all the bad searches. By then you blown through 10s of 1000s of dollars, you don't have to you can do the opposite, start small and then add slowly. Google's a for profit company, keep that inmind. But in a lot of the you're doing the keyword research, like we'll just say, Buy house sell house fast, a lot of the wholesalers and the rehabbers, you see all their keywords, they do different variations of sell my house fast or something like that. But if you're like if you're narrowing down your area and say your local business, like during the search isn't high. What type of keyword volume do people need to look at? If they're thinking about researching some other keywords to start hitting?Well, I think it's a matter of conversions, right? reverse engineering the formula, okay. So let's say your goal is to get I don't know, four deals a month out of your campaign, okay. And you know, out of those four deals, you need to generate, I don't know, 20 leads, okay, and you know, the traffic that's going to come to your website, it's real estate, it's a little bit loose, only 5% of the traffic is going to turn into a lead, then you can kind of reverse engineer that and say, you know, I'm going to need to generate, you know, to generate those 20 clicks, I'm going to need to get, what's the math there? How many clicks 20 divided by? So this is why God gave us calculators, right? So 20 divided by, so we're going to need to generate 400 clicks per month to get to those four deals. So if you get with a pro that's been doing it long enough, that's the question. They're gonna say, hey, how many deals you want to generate from this. And the other thing they're going to say is, what are you willing to pay per deal? What's your cost per acquisition? That's another thing. Some people like, alright, let's generate traffic. All right, traffic sexy, but I rather say, hey, professional realtor guy, right? If I can get you a deal today, how much are you willing to pay in marketing expenses for that? Yeah, I make 10 grand on a deal. I'm willing to pay two grand and marketing expenses. Great. Let's reverse engineer that. And I'll take a formula like that. I'll reverse engineer that and say, Alright, we need 400 clicks. Right now we're looking at $6 A click in the zip codes, you can do business in $6 a click, you're gonna spend? Yeah, 2400 bucks. Do you have the budget for that? Oh, you don't, don't waste your time. You know,that's a it's crazy. I'm sure this is like an all the professional industry, not just in real estate. And it makes our egos feel better. Like when we're getting a bunch of like, leads and people you see us on Facebook, like Oh, I got I'm getting $5 per buyer lead and you're like, great, we got to go through 700 of those until you actually get to closing and we feel like it. Here's why we look at cost per lead versus cost per listing contract. And any rehabber if you guys listen to a few of the episodes ago, tune in to the one with Dustin defrays. And he runs his he's talking about you know scaling in a local operation and owning properties. And his whole thing is not cost per lead it's cost per contract. He doesn't care about the cost per lead. And he'd rather get five leads a month than to get 300 tire kickers and it saves them a lot of time it saves them a lot of energy for conversion, but that's the way that we have to start thinking that's how you always have to be thinking our business is so fucking ego fold. It's like we just care about what people say. It's like Mee Mee Mee Mee Mee like none of us ever did true like I was so bad at running business with numbers until just about three years ago and even when I moved out here in San Diego, I look back and it's embarrassing. When I look back at my career as a real estate agent How much should I throw at the wall and I would literally just feel better about myself because I had leads coming in and they stroke my ego when I really should have just said dude I didn't even know my ad cost was but I was probably losing money to be honest with you. Right and people don't look at it that way because if I haveleads coming in there oh keep the leads that come in the leads are coming. Pluck the leavesDude, give me the damn contracts.You know, what I've noticed is I did that early on in my career, my last company, we did a ton of volume. And we reach a certain plateau, we hit it, we ran a bunch of different marketing campaigns, we did well, but then we reached a plateau. And then I met with some guys that are running companies that are 10 times the size of mine. This was a financial services call center. And McCarthy's guy so big, and I met with this one guy, and he's like, what's your cost per acquisition? And I was like, it's $100. He said, Well, I pay $200 to acquire a customer. So I'm like, wow, you pay so much more. But his operation was TEDx. And essentially, he created that threshold for himself. He said, I'm willing to pay $200 to acquire clients. And what he would do is he would go out into the marketplace, to call centers, to marketing companies, to agencies, he had so many different people funneling him business, because he knew, I'll get to $200 If you can get me a deal. That was it, how it plays out in terms of ad cost agency fees, and everything that that was just like logistics hitting care about that. But he got to the point where he was setting up sales people were setting up sales organizations just selling him files at 200 bucks a pop, and he would just buy him ready to go deals. So if you can figure out your your cost per acquisition, okay, you can go out into the marketplace and hunt for business, okay, it's free business at that point, if I can give someone $200 I give you $200. And you can hit me 300. What do I care if if I pay 200 or 100? It's free money at that point. And I think that's the difference between the big guys and the little guys, they have that number, and they hunt with it all day long. And that's why they've got these massive operations.I mean, it's, it's for the individual though, it's, it sounds like it's a big, it's a big nut for a lot of people realistically, and they throw up when it's just getting started. You guys, it's like once you get started, like what was I ever worried about? But it's that first month or two? And you're just wondering if it's gonna work. And you know, there's a lot of BS out there. So I understand but you got to put a risk your entrepreneur dammit, like you don't just it's not an easy road, man, you want to sell a lot of houses will take a lot of risks. When you know, you have to just the way it's all it's what we've all done. Anybody in the same I'm sure you have very similar stories, mind you probably risks something. And now you have a good successful business. Well, you fail forward and everything we do, and this is just another one of those things. Let's go into display ads a little bit. So we just talked about search ads, guys, what are the ads for search, you get popped up was talking about how display ads work a little bit. And if you can start getting everybody the concept, butgive you guys a quick summary display, as well as discovery which is part of it. Literally just when you're browsing the internet, you have a lot of websites that are getting paid by Google to have banners all over their websites, right and they get a commission for it. So you're popping around your Gmail, you got ads there, you're popping around YouTube, you got banner ads there and picture ads there. You're popping on different websites that have Google embedded on their sites for to make some cash. And you see these banners everywhere. It is very much this it's very much disruptive marketing in the same way Facebook is okay or Instagram ads are Snapchat ads are obviously they're not as dynamic, you know, you're not going to have you know, really cool video pop up on someone's random website for an ad. But those banners are there. The cost per click for those are way, way, way cheaper than a cost per click for someone that is searching for what you have to offer for search, and they serve a purpose. Okay. What we like to do, Mike is we like to start using display in tandem with search for remarketing purposes. So that people that are leaving the website, we'd like to we'd like to show up everywhere they go, whether it's YouTube or anywhere on that network and we'd like to use remarketing obviously, inside the Facebook Instagram network to but will first use display to take warm traffic and warm it up a little bit more usually try to try to hit them with an offer to get them back into the site. That's usually phase one. Phase two with display is cold traffic. Okay. But and this is a big, but it's a different beast. Okay? It's disruptive marketing, it's cold traffic. It's not something that get that can just be done, you know, where you get the clicks. And that's it, you usually have to remarket your, your display traffic as well multiple multiple times and actually immerse them with YouTube ads with Facebook ads with Instagram ads. So if you're doing cold display, you should be hitting them on social you should be hitting them on YouTube with video. That's the way to make that effective. And also, you know, you got to realize that that sales cycle online just just in this part of the funnel, the marketing part of the funnel, it's going to be much longer than that. In a search ad, okay. And then on top of that, when you're generating these leads, the sales cycle of those leads is going to be much longer as well because they might not necessarily be ready to buy today. But they still want to be part of your ecosystem getting info from you. So your longer marketing cycle, longer sales cycle but display. By the way, the majority of businesses that I work with, they never even get to graduate to display. They never fully maximize their their marketplace in search. So it's very rare. We even go to display for cold traffic. We're usually just hanging out there for remarketing most of the time, that's exactlyhow I'm using it. Hey, guys, I want you guys go ahead and do a test right and I want you to go visit WWW dot real estate marketing do.com www dot real estate marketing do.com. And I'm going to be all over your ass wherever you go. No matter what you're going to see what we just talked about.Yeah, in your dreams in your sleep, like like Freddy Krueger just everywhere, everywhere. That'd be. That'd be neat. If we could just market to people in their dreams. Like while they're sleeping.It'd be great folks, the people, you give it to the one that's exactly how I'm using it. And that's refreshing to hear. You say I'm just using it for retargeting, retargeting my YouTube views and I'm retargeting my website visitors. And I'm returning my emails throughout that, but that's very, very good, cool. Anything else you think we need to add in here? That I don't know, anything that I think people should know.Yeah, my suggestion is that this is just the more of a general tip. And then this is actually coming from a sales guy. I'm a sales guy before I'm a marketing guy, I got into marketing because I needed to generate my own leads, okay, and I didn't want to waste my time, maybe I'm lazy, maybe I just want to be efficient, call it what it is. But if I get on the phone with 10 people, I want to be able to close a minimum of two or three of them minimum. And I want high intention people. So don't be afraid to pay a high cost per click, don't be afraid to pay a big cost for lead, focus on quality, quality, quality quality, because that's going to get your cash flow moving, right? Okay, that's gonna give you the shortest sales cycle. And when the cash flow is right, you can keep buying leads, you can spend as much as humanly possible. In fact, you will, you'll, you'll, you'll want to spend as much as you can, it's a funny thing, when you can get a return on marketing, any sort of positive return. It's, it's unbelievable how much more money you want to spend. It's like making money on the stock market, it's pretty addictive, very similar to it.To every company grows, it's how you scale you got to figure out what that number is, in your guyses business. If you're a realtor, it's at cost per listing contract or post cost per contract. If you're a lender, it's cost per Loana. If you're an investor, it's cost per contract to doesn't matter. You're buying houses, and a lead amongst all three of those audiences is going to be worth something different based upon how much money you make on it. So you also have to take that into consideration. Folks, most of you guys, if you're an agent, you're making two and a half percent of the sales price, right? You're making fucking $10,000 On the low end, usually in most markets nowadays, too, sometimes. $20,000. So like for you to, that's what you want to look at is like, Hey, I'm gonna make $10,000 per closing, would I pay? $2,500 a lead? Yeah, if I knew that was gonna be the case. Do you think you could turn in and lead for $2,500? Someone gave you just one a month?And yes, the question. No, callthis fucking guy up. Steve. Why don't you tell him what your stuff is? God plug your stuff. Oh, sorry. Oh, Steve, Nick. We're Steve. Yeah. I thought you're gonna be on the show to know Nick, go right ahead and plug them in. Tell them where they can learn moreabout. All right, you guys can hit us up at real top.com Not to be mistaken for real tour.com It's not an art. It's the real top calm. You can go on there request a free consultation with myself or someone from my team. There's no charge. We'll spend you know half an hour an hour with you over over a zoom call or face to face and you're in the Boston area and we'll just strategize you know what's not working what's working we'll help you come up with a plan that you know just make a making make a zillion bucks in 2020I love it man. Thank you for your insight, folks. Thank you for listening another episode of The Marketing new podcast you guys know where to find us if you don't like I said visit the website so I can re follow you all over the freakin internet I'll see you every website WWW dot real estate marketing do.com And if you need someone to start building your personal brand with video, we will do it all for you. You don't need more videographers you don't need more leads. You need more dudes with script added distributor video content costs after and we'll dial in what exactly your branding and video strategy is and make it really easy for you all in us a couple hours a month. Talk to you guys later. Have a good weekend and Merry Christmas. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast if you need help with video or fine Finding out what your brand is visit our website at WWW dot real estate marketing do.com. We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. 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Rachel Gregory debunks the myth that women need to do more cardio to achieve optimal body composition Episode 1585: Debunking Gender Myths #4: Women Need To Do More Cardio To Achieve Optimal Body Composition by Rachel Gregory Rachel Gregory is a Board-Certified Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Podcaster, and founder of MetFlex Life. She is also the author of the international best-selling book, "21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge." Rachel received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. She completed the first-ever human clinical trial looking at the effects of the Ketogenic Diet in non-elite CrossFit athletes, which is published in the International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine. Rachel is a former Collegiate Triathlete and Athletic Trainer and she has worked with a variety of individuals throughout her career that include Division I collegiate athletes, WNBA stars, and some of the top bodybuilders in the world. The original post is located here: https://www.metflexlife.com/blog/women-need-more-cardio FitOn is the #1 premium free fitness app, and it is redefining the workout experience. Work out for free anytime, anywhere. Text DAILY to 64-000 to join FitOn for free! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kaycee Jackson joins Courtney this week to debunk common myths you've probably heard about Botox! Share this episode with your friends who have been hesitant to ease their worries! Instagram: @injectionsbyskincovet @courtneyspatrouve @spatrouve Websites: spatrouve.com shopspatrouve.com
Tom & Dan look back on 2021 to discuss the biggest stories, & their lasting impressions going into 2022. They also discuss ARC & Win11. [SPON: Get 10% off Tasty Vite Ramen with Code “brokensilicon” at: https://bit.ly/3oyv4tR] [SPON: brokensilicon = -30% off Windows, dieshrink = -3% off Everything: https://biitt.ly/shbSk] 0:00 Interview Advice, Underrated Games from 2021 we recommend (Intro Banter) 9:20 The Game Awards Thoughts 11:50 Ray Casting Sound (Corrections & Omissions) 13:56 Q1 - Did Tiger Lake arrive too late? Was Cezanne a bigger deal than Renoir? 19:44 Did Ampere improve laptop performance? Was the 3060 12GB improperly reviewed? 27:18 The Legacy of Nvidia CMP Mining Cards & LHR 33:18 Q2 - Intel Enthusiasm hits Rock Bottom with Rocket Lake 45:20 Debunking "Zen 3+ Warhol" and the 4700S using XBOX - We learned a lot... 53:30 AMD FSR - Is it actually living up to expectations by the end of the year? 1:03:40 June 2021 – Raptor Lake, Zen 4, Bergamo – Which mega leak was a bigger deal? 1:09:25 Q3 - Threadripper Leaked then Cancelled, Nintendo Switch 2 1:21:43 PlayStation 5 Pro, RDNA 3, RDNA 4Leaks - Putting Future Pricing in Perspective 1:33:57 Intel ARC December Leak - Should we be worried about it's launch? 1:49:09 Nvidia Halting Ampere Production and losing their ARM Acquisition 2:01:59 Windows 11 is a Complete Flop - We need to talk about it. 2:08:51 Alder Lake Market Share, i3-12300 Performance, RTX 3080 12GB (Wrap Up) 2:18:31 AMD Monet, Lowest Common Denominator, Designing for Ray Tracing (Final RM) https://www.platinumgames.com/official-blog/article/10021 https://twitter.com/kopite7kimi/status/1343462867811495937 https://www.techspot.com/review/2200-amd-ryzen-5900hx/ https://hexus.net/tech/news/cpu/147255-amd-unveils-ryzen-mobile-5000-series-cezanne-processors/ https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-3080-mobile.c3684 https://www.techspot.com/review/2254-geforce-rtx-3080-laptop/ https://youtu.be/wvKCQTWEep0 https://youtu.be/msmmdMrKPuY https://youtu.be/sg__YdXbRtI https://www.techspot.com/review/2211-geforce-rtx-3060/ https://www.techspot.com/review/2222-intel-core-i9-11900k/ https://youtu.be/9-Txn8A9LUA https://twitter.com/mooreslawisdead/status/1372992263165513728 https://youtu.be/3qA-72lFC6U https://youtu.be/BKYSFeL2fBw https://twitter.com/ExecuFix/status/1397173117487828992 https://youtu.be/YCRoo0tqJL4 https://youtu.be/HDnwT5h472c https://youtu.be/cUJtIK94Djc https://www.eenewsautomotive.com/news/nvidia-announces-new-superprocessor-autonomous-cars https://youtu.be/9sUM29iMO5w https://youtu.be/T1KdV-lwMMY https://twitter.com/mooreslawisdead/status/1400367814440013826 https://www.techpowerup.com/289568/windows-11-a-flop-survey-claims-less-than-1-upgraded-microsoft-improves-start-menu https://www.statista.com/chart/3864/windows-10-adoption/ https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabyte-confirms-geforce-rtx-3080-12gb-rtx-3070ti-16gb-and-radeon-rx-6500-xt-through-eec-filing https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3090-ti-to-launch-on-january-27th-rtx-3070-ti-on-january-11th https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3050-to-be-announced-on-january-4th-launches-january-27th https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-mx550-might-be-the-first-ampere-card-with-2gb-gddr6-memory-15-faster-than-mx450 https://wccftech.com/intel-entry-level-core-i3-12300-core-i3-12100-alder-lake-desktop-cpu-benchmarks-leak-out-strong-single-core-performance-run-cool-under-65w-power-usage/ https://www.cpu-monkey.com/en/cpu-amd_ryzen_5_5600x-1750 https://wccftech.com/intel-cpus-report-highest-share-for-the-entirety-of-2021-thanks-to-alder-lake-but-amd-ryzen-cpus-retain-their-dominating-lead/ https://wccftech.com/samsung-begins-sampling-24-gbps-gddr6-memory-chips-for-next-gen-gpus/ https://wccftech.com/evga-gpu-firmware-boosts-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-crypto-mining-performance-by-up-to-21/ https://wccftech.com/https-wccftech-com-the-riftbreaker-interview-talking-about-ray-tracing-next-gen-and-more/
Tessa is an online fitness coach who helps millennial women reach their goals while becoming bold and confident in the gym. She sits down with me today to debunk some of the most common myths in the health and fitness world. A former college athlete, Tessa had always been passionate about fitness but found her true calling as a trainer upon moving to Los Angeles in 2011 where she spent much of her time creating workout programs at her local Equinox at the break of dawn. She became a certified trainer in 2019 and, shortly after that, transitioned online and never looked back. Listen in as Tessa unpacks some of the most common myths and misconceptions in the fitness world today through the messages she receives from her various clients, including: ● why 1200 calories a day is far too low for women● how eating more food may be the key to getting you past your plateau● why lifting weights won't automatically make women bulky● the truth about getting “toned”● why carbs, for the general population, are not “bad”● why sleeping less for the sake of getting your workout in is a terrible idea● why calories burned during a workout has nothing to do with your progress Her bottom-line advice for all those looking to finally get started in their health and fitness journey is: “Just start where you can. If you can't do much, start walking for ten minutes a day or an hour a day. Just get moving.” Resources Mentioned Follow Trainer Tessa on social media: InstagramFollow Brent Hruska on social media: Instagram | YouTube
In this special episode of GTwGT, I speak with Zac Cohen (COO and founder at FileBase) about a topic that many think is still far away from being a reality... some that think is a science experiment... and others think is an out and out scam. That topic is decentralized storage leveraging Web3 and Blockchain technology. Zac and I talk about how mass adoption is a matter of when, not if... and more importantly, for those that want to understand what it is and isn't, we talk about what makes this exciting way of storing and accessing data function and what benefits it offers over traditional data storage platforms. ☑️ "Decentralized storage offers a different way of thinking about how to store and access your information. Data is distributed across nodes geographically distributed and connected through a peer-to-peer network" ☑️ Interested in being on #GTwGT? Contact via Twitter @GTwGTPodcast ☑️ Music: https://www.bensound.com
Listen to my last livestream of 2021 as I debunked Christmas myths and answered all your burning questions! I covered questions like: What is my position on end-times? Can you lose your salvation? Do we go to heaven when we die or simply stay in a state of unconsciousness until Jesus returns? What's my opinion of N.T. Wright? Am I a Calvinist? I answered all these and more. Merry Christmas!
Would you walk 5000 miles and 5000 miles more for a free Vietnam? Well, Ho Chi Minh walked all the way from China to Vietnam in the 1940s. Today, we have popular Youtuber Luna Oi join us to talk about the history of Vietnam from Colonization to Liberation Show notes1:40 - Luna introduces herself2:20 - France Colonizing Vietnam3:00 - Comparing who looted the most British vs French and the word “loot” 5:50 - Rubber exploitation in Vietnam 8:00 - Ho Chi Minh and “The Path which led him to Lenin” 11:00 - American historians who misquote Ho Chi Minh23:00 - The name “Ho Chi Minh” 24:40 - Ho Chi Minh’s walk back home25:45 - Vietnam after WW230:00 - The King and Vietnam 35:00 - Ngo Dinh Diem - Vietnam’s Guaido 45:00 - Hear the romantic story of how Luna’s mom and dad met (again involves a walk of a proverbial thousand miles)54:43 - When did US Start bombing Vietnam?1:03:00 - Tet OffensiveWatch Colin Powell’s own Confession on his crimes in VietnamEars for Beers1:08:00 - Vo Thi Thang1:10:00 - Debunking the “Vietnamese Victims of Communism” myths1:13:00 - Christmas Bombing We pour our heart and soul into this, we cannot sustain ourselves without your subscriptions. It is only $5 a month. We try not to paywall because we want to be accessible. Please think about subscribing. We really need the money. Join us Today at 10:00 pm Eastern Time to see Lenin Debunk “The Theory of Marginal Returns” that they still teach in all Econ 101 videos Get full access to Historic.ly at historicly.substack.com/subscribe
In this episode of MSOM, Sean Morgan gives a breaking news update on hidden Jan 6th footage of a police beating, soccer players with vaccine side effects, Implosion of the Turkish Lira, Trump and Gab's separate plans to compete with PayPal, unprecedented Pilot deaths, and Gov. Desantis' new “Stop Woke Act”. In the main interview, Sean talks to Mary Grabar about her book which exposes Marxist ideology in our children's schools.MaryGrabar.comDissidentProf.comGet Breaking News Updates: https://SeanMorganReport.comGet a Free Gold Consultation:Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900https://sovereignadvisors.net/pages/seanmorgan/Nearly 60% of Americans are concerned about running out of money.RECEIVE A FREE CONSULTATION & A FREE E-BOOK ABOUT ANNUITIEShttps://www.americanmediaperiscope.net/clevelandFREE OR PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP: https://bit.ly/3reDC7CBUY GOLD: https://bit.ly/37HjsdRBUY A SAT PHONE: https://bit.ly/3B1SviMwww.AmericanMediaPeriscope.netSupport the show (https://donorbox.org/seanmorganreport)
We kick things off with a pretty cool announcement about the 2024 Olympics in Paris. Next, we discuss Lala Kent's latest reveal about her breakup with Randall Emmett, who is officially the worst. After that, we debunk Zac Efron's latest rumored romance, and finish things off with a relationship status update from Kelly Clarkson.
Rationality Rules recently released a video in which he responded to many different arguments for God's existence. In this video, Jono and I respond to Steve's takes. Jono's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCmwhPY-wgVYkilBZHESZtw Original Video: https://youtu.be/o9Ctc9LlfiA -------------------------------- GIVING -------------------------------- Please consider becoming a Patron! I am a full-time student, so your support helps make our content better and provides me Ramen money. Patreon (Thanks!): https://www.patreon.com/AdherentApologetics YouTube Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8jj_CQwrRRwwwXBndo6nQ/join
Dr. Robert Lustig is on a mission to divulge the toxic truth about sugar and lift the veil on today's food industry which has coerced us to believe that calories are the enemy. Once and for all, you are not what you eat! This episode will tell you why. Dr. Robert and I debunk the many myths which have led to the obesity epidemic in the United States, getting to the root of the true dietary devil that has snuck its way into every single processed product (and seemingly healthy snack). This enlightening conversation will empower you to vote with your fork, take your health into your own hands, and eat the foods that live up to Robert's manifesto of “protecting the liver and feeding the gut.” The power is ours, and it's time to take it back. You will learn about... How sugar is metabolized Leptin, Insulin, and weight loss Why sugar is a poison Foods that are good for the liver Voting with your fork The impact of food subsidies Resources: Website:https://robertlustig.com/ ( robertlustig.com) Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBnniua6-oM (Sugar: The Bitter Truth ) Read: https://robertlustig.com/metabolical/ (Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine) Read: https://www.amazon.com/Fat-Chance-Beating-Against-Processed/dp/0142180432/ref=as_li_ss_tl?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0142180432&pd_rd_r=fc2ead32-a681-11e9-af57-6d67ff94472b&pd_rd_w=ZOEhi&pd_rd_wg=vVPBn&pf_rd_p=a2006322-0bc0-4db9-a08e-d168c18ce6f0&pf_rd_r=S00HJ00E2B5FZN31F728&psc=1&refRID=S00HJ00E2B5FZN31F728&linkCode=sl1&tag=wolframald-20&linkId=13e3ec4731a731e823d6f4c771d365eb&language=en_US (Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease) Connect with Kelly: https://kellyleveque.com/ (kellyleveque.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bewellbykelly/ (@bewellbykelly) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly/ (www.facebook.com/bewellbykelly) Be Well By Kelly is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
Lisa is joined by Tamara Winfrey-Harris, a writer who specializes in race and gender and their intersection with politics, popular culture, and current events. She is the author of Dear Black Girl: Letters from Your Sisters on Stepping into Your Power, and she has been called to share her analyses in media outlets such as NPR's Weekend Edition and Janet Mock's So POPular! on MSNBC.com. Her work has also appeared in countless outlets such as The New York Times, The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, Bitch Magazine, Ms. and other media. Winfrey-Harris is Vice President of Community Leadership and Effective Philanthropy at the Central Indiana Community Foundation, and she speaks at university campuses nationwide. She has dedicated her life's work to advocating for Black women and girls and defying destructive social narratives that limit their potential. She is co-founder of Centering Sisters, LLC, which unapologetically addresses the needs and issues of Black women, girls, and femmes. Learn more at TamaraWinfreyHarris.com.Praised by The Washington Post as “a myth-busting portrait of Black women in America,” Tamara Winfrey-Harris' The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America exposed the high cost of “misogynoir,” uplifted the experiences of real Black women and shed light on their quest to break free of enduring and vicious stereotypes. Since then, the Black community continues to grapple with systemic racism, while the book has become a touchstone of Black feminist thought. With a television development deal in the works with Wise Entertainment and Gabrielle Union's I'll Have Another Productions, and an updated second edition, The Sisters Are Alright is more relevant than ever (Publication date: October 12, 2021; Berrett-Koehler Publishers). While emancipation may have occurred more than 150 years ago, Winfrey-Harris argues that America still won't let Black women be free from an insidious coven of caricatures: the servile Mammy, angry Sapphire, and lascivious Jezebel. Persisting to this day, these stereotypes continue to infiltrate newspaper headlines, Sunday sermons, social media memes, cable punditry, government policies, big-screen portrayals and hit song lyrics. The latest edition of this bestseller features new interviews with diverse Black women. Alongside these authentic experiences and new voices, Winfrey Harris offers fresh Black feminist analysis of current events, politics and, popular culture--from “W.A.P.” and the rise of digital blackface to new civic activism and the risks of Black maternity. These include: The evolution of stereotypes of Black women, with new real-life examples, such as the rise of blackfishing and digital blackface (which help white women rise to fame)The media's continued fascination with Black women's sexuality (as with Cardi B or Megan Thee Stallion).Black women and power and how persistent stereotypes challenge Black women's recent leadership and achievements in activism, community organizing and politics. Interviews with activists and civic leaders and interrogating media coverage and perceptions of Stacey Abrams, Vice President Kamala Harris and others.Debunking vicious misconceptions rooted in long-standing racism, Tamara Winfrey-Harris elevates Black femme voices talking about marriage, motherhood, health, sexuality, beauty, anger, and power and more.
*This episode is an excerpt taken from our 2020 interview. Too many leaders and organizations mistakenly base talent and business decisions on conventional wisdom—much of which damages employees individually and the workforce broadly. In his book “Nine Lies About Work: A Free Thinking Leader's Guide to the Real World,” Ashley Goodall explores how real-world evidence contradicts universally-held workplace beliefs. Goodall discusses the truth behind the lies, providing guidance to create workplace environments that better serve the people inside them.
Ever wonder how you can show up better in your relationships? Your dog has the answers! On this episode of the Align Podcast, Tamar Geller shares how she believes that our dogs are in our life to teach us how to show up for a relationship. In other words, she considers them to be our training wheels as we learn how to develop better relationships in our lives with ourselves and others. Tamar Gellar is a New York Times bestselling author and as OPRAH says “A Life Coach for Dogs and their People”. Known for her mindful, fun, innovative and effective methods, her enthusiasm revolutionized the way dog training is done. She doesn't believe in giving commands to a dog, instead she prefers to teach them the life skills that allow them to self-regulate and make better decisions. To learn more about Tamar: Website: theloveddog.com Instagram: @theloveddog Related links: www.alignpodcast.com/alignmethod for a special discount eatonhemp.com/align and use ALIGN code during checkout to save 20 percent www.magbreakthrough.com/alignpodcast and use ALIGN10 during checkout to save 10 percent. Leave a review of the podcast and get a chance to win exciting prizes from Eaton Hemp and BiOptimizers!
In today's episode of the Profit Cleaners, Brandon Schoen is joined by his wife, Julie Schoen, a Copywriting Genius & Content Marketing Pro. As the founder of several successful digital businesses, she knows what it takes to take your business from zero to hero - and it all starts with how you talk to your audience. She has written email sequences and product descriptions for multi-million dollar FBA businesses on Amazon and has composed hundreds of landing pages and sales letters for the top entrepreneurs in the country. Julie Schoen's writing has been featured in the marketing for international wellness retreats, including several of her own, as well as yoga festivals, teacher training, and workshops around the globe. She is also the author behind 75+ eBooks and guides, as well as the founder of Clean Cut Copy.Listen in as Julie gives you tips for better communicating with your audience and the importance of writing great content for your brand! Highlights:[01:06] Getting to know Julie[04:49] Thinking of copywriting as communication[11:44] The benefit of swipe files in marketing and advertising your business[12:50] The biggest do's and don'ts of copywriting[16:28] The basic copywriting formula every business owner should know[21:22] Clean Cut Copy: What is it all about?Links:Website: cleancutcopy.clubJulieschoen.comLinkedIn: Julie SchoenFacebook: Julie SchoenInstagram: juliedankeschoen @cleancutcopy
On today's episode of Integrative Wellness Radio, Dr. Nicole and Dr. Nick discuss one of the most challenging things in life, bearing the loss of someone we love. The holidays can be an especially hard time for those dealing with grief. So with the holiday season upon us, the couple sheds light on why grief is the body's normal response and how overcoming it can help us cherish the memories we made with our loved ones. Dr. Nick shares his inspiring story on how he coped with his personal losses and how the Demartini Method has helped him and those around him. He gives us a scientific insight into how our body reacts to tragedy and debunks some of the common myths surrounding grief and loss. Dr. Nicole briefs us on how our physical body also bears the burden of loss and how some of the fundamental issues with our health can lead to even bigger mental stress during the loss of a loved one. Tune in to learn more. Noteworthy Time Stamps: 00:49 Things that we can't ignore 02:15 A fresh perspective on grief and loss 04:35 Dr. Nick's story 13:30 We don't know what we don't know 15:00 The conventional tools 20:46 Debunking myths around grief and loss 28:01 Grief is complicated 30:54 The quality of your life is based on the quality of questions you ask 36:08 Fear: False Evidence Appearing Real 40:30 No one is in perfect health 42:57 Leverage better questions & better testing 47:55 Top three takeaways 55:00 Overcoming the “I'm not enough” mindset at IWG
: Episode 1988 -- On this Sunday School episode, Gina Grad joins Vinnie, and the two talk working at marriage, debunking vegan myths, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2021/12/debunking-vegan-myths-episode-1988 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS PRE-ORDER BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE Vinnie's new documentary is now available for pre-order on Apple TV (iTunes). This is his third documentary in just over three years. It will be available on January 11th. If you buy it this weekend (Dec 3 - 5), it is available for just $6.99. But this flash sale will end, so order now. Here is the link to the pre-order: Share this link with friends, too! Gina loves the film. She says "it's so Vinnie!" WORKING AT MARRIAGE You have to work in marriage! Don't get complacent and don't take things for granted. Marriage, and relationships for that matter, are all give and take. For Vinnie and Ginna, whose partners both have kids, you also have to be part of what the kids do. With Gina's kid, it's cheering him on while he plays video games. With Vinnie's kid, it's going to Tallulah's performances or going to sport games with her. DEBUNKING VEGAN MYTHS Vinnie's doc breaks down some vegan myths. For example, for those who do not eat meat because they don't want to hurt animals -- unfortunately, that's not possible. When you grow crops, animals will die in the process. Beyond Impossible covers this and more. Vegan food is also super chemical-filled and processed. What are we supposed to eat? Natural food or fake food? REAL FOOD! The doc talks about this, too. FAT DOC 2 IS AVAILABLE ON iTUNES and AMAZON Please also share it with family and friends! Buy it and watch it now on iTunes to get it to the top of the charts. We need it to get big for people to see it. Here's the (BLUERAY, DVD, PRIME) (MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE YET ACROSS THE POND). And the And the https://amzn.to/3rxHuB9 PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO REVIEW the film AFTER YOU WATCH! FAT DOC 1 IS ALSO OUT Go watch it now! We need people to buy and review for it to stay at the top of iTunes pages. Available for both rental and purchase. You can also buy hardcopy or watch online at Amazon. YOU CAN NOW STREAM FOR FREE ON AMAZON PRIME IF YOU HAVE IT! RESOURCES Https://www.vinnietortorich.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.com Https://www.purevitaminclub.co.uk Https://www.purecoffeeclub.com Https://www.bit.ly/fatdocumentary
After a brief discussion of Katie’s new hobby, Jesse tells Katie the truth about the Jacob Blake shooting. Then the cohosts critique the very specific (and very narrow) brand of “moral clarity” employed by the journalists who continue to bungle the story to this day. If you’re a paying subscriber, you can comment on this article here. (Correction: Remarkably, Jesse made a fleeting reference to “the Blake killing” at 1:08:49 in the version of this episode we released early to our premium subscribers. That’s now been snipped out. Thank you to the listener who flagged the error.)Show notes/Links:Video of the shooting: The Kenosha DA’s report: https://www.kenoshacounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/11827/Report-on-the-Officer-Involved-Shooting-of-Jacob-BlakeThe Noble Wray report: https://www.kenoshacounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/11830/Use-of-Force-Expert-Noble-Wray-Independent-Evaluation-and-ReportFeds say no charges: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/federal-officials-close-review-officer-involved-shooting-jacob-blakeFreeze-frame of key moment from video:ACLU: https://www.aclu.org/press-releases/aclu-issues-statement-following-charging-decision-kenosha-district-attorney-shootingInfo on Prof. Keith Taylor: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/faculty/keith-taylorOriginal “moral clarity” column: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/23/opinion/objectivity-black-journalists-coronavirus.html“Shot in front of his kids”: https://www.google.com/search?q=%22jacob+blake%22+%22in+front+of+his+kids%22&sxsrf=AOaemvJsyGnLfxa4a4AsUBwJCQ4Q_OLLCw:1638560306185&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjKt_jnsMj0AhUIlIkEHV5wAvUQ_AUoA3oECAEQBQ&biw=1707&bih=837&dpr=1.13Times on decision not to charge: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/05/us/jacob-blake-kenosha-rusten-sheskey.htmlWashington Post on same: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/01/05/kenosha-police-charges-jacob-blake/AP: https://apnews.com/article/kyle-rittenhouse-pleads-not-guilty-cf6228f55a4f2a5fdd66978e5523a912CNN: https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/05/us/jacob-blake-police-shooting-kenosha-emergency/index.htmlStudy showing liberals severely overestimate how common police shootings of unarmed black men are: https://www.skeptic.com/research-center/reports/Research-Report-CUPES-007.pdfSearches showing how little media love Noble Wray got:NYT: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.nytimes.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&oq=site%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.nytimes.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.6424j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8WaPo: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&sxsrf=AOaemvLxrGrPhFdlaKc07sXjFovCCkJNvQ%3A1638564763273&ei=m4OqYY7-D52rptQPy9200A0&ved=0ahUKEwjOt5-1wcj0AhWdlYkEHcsuDdoQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EANKBQg8EgExSgQIQRgBSgQIRhgAUMAEWOYIYKcJaAFwAHgAgAExiAGOApIBATaYAQCgAQHAAQE&sclient=gws-wizCNN: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&sxsrf=AOaemvLxrGrPhFdlaKc07sXjFovCCkJNvQ%3A1638564763273&ei=m4OqYY7-D52rptQPy9200A0&ved=0ahUKEwjOt5-1wcj0AhWdlYkEHcsuDdoQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EANKBQg8EgExSgQIQRgBSgQIRhgAUMAEWOYIYKcJaAFwAHgAgAExiAGOApIBATaYAQCgAQHAAQE&sclient=gws-wizJesse’s new thing: https://www.callin.com/show/singal-minded-conversations-IIrXnblInMMore info on Callin: https://www.callin.comImage: KENOSHA, WISCONSIN - JANUARY 05: National Guard troops stand watch as demonstrators protest outside of the Kenosha County Courthouse following the announcement by District Attorney Michael Graveley that no charges would be filed against Police Officer Rusten Sheskey in the shooting of Jacob Blake on January 05, 2021 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Sheskey shot Blake seven times in the back while responding to a domestic dispute, which led to several days of rioting and unrest in the city. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
In today's episode of The Rational Reminder, we tackle the subject of inflation in a twofold manner. Firstly, there are details around how people perceive inflation that often get overlooked, and secondly, these expectations have investment implications that are worth unpacking. Before diving into the main topic, we talk about Colin Bryar's Working Backwards which tracks the role of failure and customer obsession in Amazon's growth path. After getting into this week's news and listener question, we begin the first part of our session on inflation. Some of the main points we make here are that everybody experiences inflation differently, that perceptions of inflation are connected to experience, and that biased inflation estimates can explain household borrowing and investing behaviour. This leads us to part two of our discussion, where we unpack how expected inflation influences asset pricing and the role of unexpected inflation in the performance of stocks and bonds. We attempt to locate other asset classes that can act as inflation hedges, but find that with the tradeoffs and poor correlations involved, it makes the most sense to vouch for a properly diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds with exposure to multiple sources of expected return. So before you base too much of your decision-making on inflation, be sure to consider some of the points we make in today's show. Key Points From This Episode: TV shows, listener feedback, Peloton's stock price, and RRP updates. [0:00:19.2] Lessons from Amazon's growth story in this week's book, Working Backwards. [0:07:55.2] News: Vanguard's ‘High-Conviction Active Funds' and Wealthfront's intention to sell. [0:14:23.1] Whether size premium is influenced by a reduction in IPOs and publicly traded companies. [0:17:36.2] Main topic: Overlooked aspects of inflation and their implications on investing. [0:23:46.2] Metrics from the CPI and how everybody experiences inflation differently. [0:26:36.2] How to work out your personal inflation rate and what Ben and Cameron's are. [0:28:07.2] Inflation expectations are influenced by inflation experiences. [0:30:43.2] Biased inflation estimates can explain household borrowing/investing behaviour. [0:34:03.5] The implications of the fact that the CPI doesn't account for substitution. [0:36:07.2] Debunking the assumption that those close to retirement are most exposed to inflation. [0:39:13.2] How financial assets are priced using discount rates and the effects of unexpected inflation on them. [0:43:36.2] The effects of high, low, and expected inflation on stocks and bonds. [0:45:41.2] Whether other asset classes than stocks can be inflation hedges. [0:48:15.2] The relationship of different commodities to inflation at different periods and regions. [0:53:05.2] Questions of status, greed, and decisions in this week's Talking Sense. [0:56:54.2]
It's 600 days into the pandemic and the COVID craziness is BACK! With the rise of the new Omicron variant, politicians are more eager than ever to lock us down again. COVID data expert Justin Hart joins us for another jam-packed episode with everything you need to know about this new variant that is not nearly as dreadful as the media says it is. Also on this week's episode we tell you about how YouTube BANNED one of our podcasts, a ridiculous article from the New York Times about COVID, and much more. Donate: http://mysonhunter.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ap-scoop/message
Last year we brought listeners the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 4, in audio format, right here on the podcast. Listeners loved it, so we're running it back again this year with The Best Investment Writing Volume 5. You'll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers from all over the planet. Enough from me, let's let Laurence take over this special episode. To read the original piece, click here. ----- Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com ----- Today's episode is sponsored by The Idea Farm. The Idea Farm gives you access to over $100,000 worth of investing research, the kind usually read by only the world's largest institutions, funds, and money managers. Join today and get access to quarterly CAPE ratios, an excel quant backtester and the entire research library.
The White House really stepped in it. They made their dumbest comment yet. In this episode, I address the controversy. I also address the attempted media coverup of the Waukesha attack. News Picks: The Daily Yeast gets REKT trying to cover for Darrell Brooks. Debunking the “fine people” hoax, again! Media hacks are attacking Andy Ngo for exposing the alleged perpetrator of the Waukesha attack. Devin Nunes wins big. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved