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Newer World Order BeerThe Age Of Transitions and Uncle 11-26-2023 CallersAOT #406The Heritage Foundation has been planning a whole new federal government to be implemented in 2024. They just need their horse to win. Topics include: books, AI, converging technologies, transhumanism, podcast feed, politics, military-funded tech, exhaustion and confusion, presidential election, 2024, alternative media sphere led to Trump, Deep State, Heritage Foundation, Agenda 47, loyalists, social media data mining, technocracy, Project 2025, Left reactionary issues given a Trump victory, protests, law and order, revenge, authoritarian police state, alternate Democratic candidates, Gavin Newsom, hatred of California, Dwayne Johnson, no point for Republican debate, Ramaswamy, surveillance tech in politics and electionsUTP #316After two weeks off, Uncle returns to the airwaves. Topics include: Firestone Walker Oktoberfest beer, live-streaming channels, @unclepodcast, dollar store has run dry, Survivor Series, Detroit Lions, new listeners, street cream, Dallas Lancer conference, New Year's Revolution, cooking videos, VHS watch partiesFRANZ MAIN HUB:https://theageoftransitions.com/PATREONhttps://www.patreon.com/aaronfranzUNCLEhttps://unclethepodcast.com/ORhttps://theageoftransitions.com/category/uncle-the-podcast/FRANZ and UNCLE Merchhttps://theageoftransitions.com/category/support-the-podcasts/KEEP OCHELLI GOING. You are the EFFECT if you support OCHELLIhttps://ochelli.com/donate/Ochelli Link Treehttps://linktr.ee/chuckochelliBASIC MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP$10. USD per Month Support Ochelli & in 2024 Get a Monthly Email that deliversThe 1st Decade of The Ochelli Effect Over 5,000 Podcasts by 2025BASIC + SUPPORTER WALL$150. USD one time gets the same All the Monthly Benefits for 1 Yeara spot on The Ochelli.com Supporters Wallhttps://ochelli.com/membership-account/membership-levels/
La nanarologie, LE cours en ligne qui vous permet de voyager en toute sécurité dans le monde du cinéma bis et à terme de devenir de vrais spécialistes. Moi tout ce que je dis, c'est que je suis inquiet sur les prochains commentaires parce qu'on ne pourra plus se reposer sur les blagues sur Paul Walker donc ça va être compliqué. Année : 2015 Origine : États-Unis Réalisateurs : James Wan Casting : Paul Walker (à moitié), Vin Diesel, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jason Statham --------------------------- Introduction : Reprise 8-bit par LtBolo d'Against the Ninja du groupe Dragon Sound, bande-originale du film Miami Connection : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMsY8... Conclusion : Thème du film Dangerous Men Twitter : https://twitter.com/Nanarologie Discord : https://discord.gg/F9BCqTaaxp Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/nanarologie/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100094406224894
Today, Ali and Asif discuss the controversy surrounding comedian Matt Rife (1:26). They guys start off by discussing when they first heard of Matt Rife and then go over Matt's early life and career. They then go over how Matt Rife “blew up” on TikTok and other social media and now has become one of the biggest comedians on earth. Ali then describes how Matt Rife focuses on crowd work and the pros and cons of this approach. They also speak about how Matt's physical appearance (read: he's hot) plays into his comedy and fandom. They then discuss their thoughts on a few of his more recent comedy specials. In Matt Rife's special ‘Only Fans', he discusses having a surgery on his breasts. In the second half of the episode, Asif discusses a possible diagnosis that would require this type of surgery – gynecomastia (25:18). Asif discusses what this is (breast development in men) and how it can be seen normally in babies, teens and the elderly. He then goes over other causes of gynecomastia, including medications, cancer and other hormonal imbalances.Asif talks about how Dwayne Johnson is rumored to have had surgery for gynecomastia and how the disorder has been linked to bodybuilding. Asif goes over how it is diagnosed as well as how it can be treated with medications or surgery. The opinions expressed are those of the hosts, and do not reflect those of any other organizations. This podcast and website represents the opinions of the hosts. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. The content here is for entertainment and informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please consult your healthcare professional for any medical questions. Music courtesy of Wataboi and 8er41 from Pixabay Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social media: Twitter: @doctorvcomedian Instagram: doctorvcomedian Show notes: In conversation with Matt Rife: https://www.numeromag.nl/in-conversation-with-matt-rife/ Making Them Laugh, and Swoon: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/07/08/style/matt-rife-tiktok-comedian.html What's going on with Matt Rife?: https://www.avclub.com/matt-rife-natural-selection-domestic-violence-joke-1851040126 Matt Rife's Cringey Attempt To Hit On Zendaya Makes Rounds Online In Resurfaced Video: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/matt-rife-critics-resurface-video-attempt-to-hit-on-zendaya_n_6564b6e5e4b0f35896f6cd77 Gynecomastia: https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/120858-overview?form=fpf Gynecomastia: https://www.aafp.org/pubs/afp/issues/2012/0401/p716.html Gyno and Bodybuilding: How to Handle Excessive Breast Tissue https://www.healthline.com/health/fitness/gyno-bodybuilding#causes
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This week, how do you decide what to work on or put another way, how do you prioritise all the stuff you need to do? You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin The CP Learning Centre Membership Programme The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Podcast 301 Script Hello, and welcome to episode 301 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host of this show. This week's question is on a subject I am sure you come across from time to time. That is how do you decide what to work on when you have an overwhelming list of tasks to choose from. In my role as a productivity and time management coach, I get to see how many tasks clients have in their today view and I am often shocked to see upwards of 30 tasks. Let's be honest here, you are not going to complete 30+ tasks in a day. If you begin the day with this many tasks, your day is already destroyed. you see the problem is when you begin the day you will likely find it quite easy to choose which of those tasks to do. However, as the day proceeds and your decision-making abilities decline—something that happens to all of us; it's called “Decision fatigue” and is a recognised condition that affects us all. This means as you head into the afternoon and still have 20+ tasks left you find increasingly difficult to decide what to do. this slows you down alarmingly and you find yourself reaching the end of the day with fifteen to twenty tasks still to do. Now, a lot of people will blame their task manager at this point. “My task manager cannot be working because I keep getting to the end of the day with tasks still to do.” Well, no. It's not the task manager. It's you. You allowed yourself to start the day with all those tasks. You added the dates. What did you expect to happen? So, with that little warning out of the way, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Lionel. Lionel asks, hi Carl, I've followed you for some time now and have always wanted to ask you how best to prioritise my tasks so I stand a chance of completing them all. This is my biggest challenge, and I just cannot find a way to make my list more manageable. Hi Lionel, thank you for your question. The first step here is to do a little bit of analysis. While you may be starting the day with say 20 tasks, how many on average are you getting done? You can go into your completed area of your task manager and collect this data. if you use Todoist, you can go into your productivity areas (The Karma points section) and it will give you the total number of tasks you have completed over the last four weeks. Take those numbers and divide it by 28. That will give you your average number of tasks you complete each day. This number is your optimum number. So to give you a benchmark, my average over the last four weeks is 79 tasks which means I average around 11 tasks per day over seven days. Now I cannot argue with that, that's the historical data. I might like to think I can complete 20 or more tasks per day, but the evidence tells me I complete around 11 tasks per day. I should say I do not add things like drink five cups of water or take my vitamins in Todoist. The tasks I have in Todoist are work or home related. Tasks such as write this script, record my YouTube video or write my coaching client feedback. The average duration of a task for me is going to be at least forty minutes. I also don't add individual emails or telephone calls. I have these in my notes or email app. Todoist triggers me to go to email or my notes and do the work. So, the first thing to establish is how many tasks per day are you really doing. Once you have that number, you can now plan your days. If, for instance, you find your optimum number is fifteen tasks, then at the end of the day when you plan the next, you see you have twenty-five tasks, you know you need to go in and reduce that number down. And that means you need to prioritise your list. How do you do that? Well, first go through the list and ask yourself if all these tasks really do need to be done tomorrow. You'll likely find that 40 to 60% of them don't. You'll also discover that a few of them no longer need doing and you can remove these immediately. The chances are, this first step will get your list down to a more realistic number on it's own. However, if you still have five or six tasks over your optimum number, the next step is to look through what you have on your list against your core work. Your core work is the work you are employed to do, not the work you volunteered to do. For instance, salespeople sell which means any activity involving selling is your core work. Writing up activity reports and doing your expenses while may need doing, are not your core work. Your core work takes priority over non-core work. I know sometimes your accounts department may be hassling you for your expenses, but if you have promised a customer you will send them a pro-forma invoice, the invoice get's done first. The next line of prioritisation is your areas of focus. these can be difficult to justify because if they were on the Eisenhower Matrix, they would be in quadrant 2–the important, not urgent quadrant. However, what I've noticed is the most productive people I've ever met or read about never neglect these and ensure they are prioritised each day. For example, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dwayne Johnson will never miss an exercise session. Exercise is a non-negotiable part of their identity and areas of focus. They will say no to other things before even considering missing a session. Robbin Sharma, will never skip his self-development time and Warren Buffett will never skip his reading time. These areas of focus are non-negotiable. It's hard, I know, if you've come from a background of dropping everything to please other people to justify these changes in the way you manage your time. But, unless you do make these changes, you cannot expect to ever put an end to the tyranny of task overwhelm. there's an unlimited number of people hoping you will do things for them. The trouble is, you only have a limited amount of time to do everything you want to or need to do. Now, let's look at your calendar. The calendar is the core to you having the time to complete your work each day. if you only rely on your task manager to tell you what need doing, you will always be overwhelmed. Task managers do not understand time. they can only tell you what you think you have to do. you calendar shows you how much time you actually have after taking into account your sleep, eating and collecting your kids from school. I've always recommended you use your calendar to block out categories of work. For instance, if you group all your communications together—email, messages and phone calls and do them all in a dedicated block of time, you will find you get a lot more done. You will be less distracted and you are focused on one thing—communication. Similarly, for deeper work, work that requires you to focus and concentrate, block a couple of hours out in the morning. I find 9:30 to 11:30am is my best time for deep work. So four days out of seven I have those two hours blocked out for creative work. You need to find time on your calendar where you don't have regular meetings and block them out. Be ruthless here and protect that time. It's surprising how much you can get done in two hours when you know you will not be interrupted. Remember, if someone asks you if you can meet tomorrow at 10am you can always say: “not 10am but I'm free after 11:30am”. You'll find 90% of the time they will say great! See you at 11:30. And on those rare occasions where the only time you can meet is 10am, then okay, it's just one day. it's not going to break the week. You can reschedule your time block to another time in the week. The trick with the calendar is to pre-block sufficient time to cover your core work and areas of focus. You can do this when you do your weekly planning sessions. Make sure these critical tasks have enough time allocated for them before you allow the week to run away with you (and it will if you have no plan). That way you know before the week begins if you respect your calendar, you will have sufficient time to get all your critical work done and have sufficient time left over for the things that will inevitably pop up once the week begins. I've often said, if you want to become more productive, the key is to do the backend work. Establish what is important to you bother professionally and personally and ensure you have enough time set aside in your calendar for getting the associated tasks completed when they need to be completed. This means working out what your areas of focus and core work are. then putting the associated events such as as exercise time in your calendar and tasks like sending money to your savings account each month in your task manager. But above all, work out what your optimum number of tasks per day is. We all have that number. Find it and use it to plan out your day so you are completing everything that needs to be done and eliminating everything else. I hope that helps, Lionel and thank you for your question. and thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
This episode discusses subjects like depression, anxiety, and suicide. Viewer discretion is advised. If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health, contact the crisis hotline at 9-8-8Host: Dr. Susan Buttross, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Abram NanneyTopic: Men and women suffer from mental health conditions at similar rates. Four out of five people who die by suicide are men. Celebrities like Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and many others have talked publicly about their struggles with anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. We all have likely had someone suffer and perhaps die due to mental health struggles. Yet, countless men still experience difficulty with even using the words “mental health” in relation to how they feel. Let alone seek help. Today we'll be focusing on men's mental health, and we'll talk about what we have been doing wrong to address it.You can join the conversation by sending an email to: email@example.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lasse is back at last and he's chosen the Dwayne Johnson-helmed Hercules (2014) for this return to Review It Yourself. Was it a wise choice? From Lasse, probably! Discussion Points: -Sean and Lasse's podcast relationship. -Renny Harlin's Legend of Hercules. -The surprisingly-layered story in this film. -Snake-killing toddlers. -The swords and sandals era. -The marketing of this film. -Mythos versus reality. -Lasse found the final third of the film to be a let-down. -The shockingly talented cast. -The impact of the rising costs of cinema tickets on this film. Raised Questions: -Why is Lasse always right about films? -Will this film live up to Sean's very low expectations? -What happened to Renny Harlin? -Were the trailers for this film "wildly misleading"? -Is Peter Mullan a hallmark of quality? -How good is Rebecca Ferguson? -Does this film feel like a throwback to some early 2000's films? -Does hair suit Dwayne Johnson? -Do you 'hedge your bets' before going to the cinema? Lasse Recommends: -Snitch (2013). Sean Recommends: -Tyrannosaur (2011). -The Scorpion King (2002). Thanks For Listening! Trailer: FilmFloggers www.filmfloggers.com Review It Yourself now has a Patreon! Find us here: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/review_it_yourself21 Twitter: @YourselfReview Instagram: reviewityourselfpodcast2021
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