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Relay FM Master Feed
Conduit 11: HUUUUUUUGE Opportunities For You

Relay FM Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 47:18


Kathy is Back and doing New Things. Jay has FOMO and wants to talk about all the benefits of doing things and the sacrifices that come with doing things.

Simple Families Podcast: Parenting + Minimalism

It's that magical time of the year...you probably started to feel it back in October when the decorations hit the stores. The pressure to shop early and the FOMO has never been stronger. There's a good chance you have kids that are excited for the holiday season due to the anticipation of the gifts that … Minimalist Christmas Read More » The post Minimalist Christmas appeared first on Simple Families.

Cowboy Boys Podcast
122 - FOMO w/ Mike Abrusci and Diego Lopez

Cowboy Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 67:54


Comedians Mike Abrusci and Diego Lopez from A Little Time Podcast decided to move into the same house as the Cowboy Boys to form the ultimate comedy podcast content house. This is the first episode in the new studio. --- Listen to A little Time Podcast iTunes Spotify Follow Mike Abrusci: Twitter @mikeabrusci Instagram @mikeabrusci Follow Diego Lopez: Twitter @thisdiegolopez Instagram @thisdiegolopez Follow Nihilift Twitter@nihilift CowboyBoys.rodeo

Guided Goals Podcast
#230 Conversation on Start 2022 Now with Joey Held, Keith Spiro & May King Tsang

Guided Goals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 55:15


On this episode of The DEB SHow, Joey Held, Keith Spiro, and May King Tsang join host Debra Eckerling to celebrate #DEBcember! It's #Goal season! There's no need to wait until January for your fresh start. Joey Held is a writer and podcaster, Keith Spiro is a business strategist and community builder, and May King Tsang is the original FOMO creator. Joey, Keith, and May King discuss their wins from 2021, their 2022 goals, and what surprised them most about last year. They also offer inspiration and tips to #Star2022Now.

Forte Catholic: Making Catholicism Fun Again
268: Modern Day Bible Stories w/Liv Harrison

Forte Catholic: Making Catholicism Fun Again

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 65:05


We hope y'all had a great Thanksgiving and are having a lovely first week of Advent! Taylor starts the show sharing about a funny thing that happened for Thanksgiving and his adventures at his baby sister's wedding. Liv shares about her recent Hawaii vacation, while Taylor admits he had FOMO during the trip. He also shares a moral dilemma he experienced at IHOP. Finally, they discuss a modern day story with similarities to the young boy giving the fishes and the loaves to Jesus for the feeding of the 5000. We hope you enjoy this week's episode! Please like, comment your favorite moments and subscribe! Subscribe/Rate Never miss out on the craziness of each episode by hitting the subscribe button RIGHT NOW! Help other people find the show and #MakeCatholicismFunAgain by taking a few moments to leave a review in your podcasting app. Thanks! YouTube Check out the show and other exclusive videos on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/fortecatholic Connect

Boss Girl Creative Podcast | A Podcast for Female Creative Entrepreneurs

What's holding you back in your business? Are you consuming all the podcasts and YouTube videos and books and blog posts? Do you have FOMO that you just might miss out on something important that so-and-so is selling?? Let me give you one word....STOP. Stop being a Content Tourist and let's get to focusing on what matters right now in your business. Tune in to see what I'm talking about. BGC ANNOUNCEMENTS * Welcome to the 338th episode of the Boss Girl Creative Podcast!! Today's topic is all about not being a content tourist. * Want a direct link to the podcast feed? Click here. * Use this Hashtag on Social Media: #bossgirlcreative INSIDE THIS EPISODE

AWM Insights Financial and Investment News
Superpowers of Investing | Brandon Averill, Justin Dyer | AWM Insights #89

AWM Insights Financial and Investment News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 20:02


To be able to invest like a pro for the long-term you must adopt three investment philosophies:Let Data Drive Investment Decisions This means ignoring chasing the hot stock or crypto of the month and following the data that produces the best returns. Anyone that has chased COVID stocks this year like Robinhood, Peloton, or Teladoc has lost a ton of money. The same is true for those chasing the recent fund performance of Cathie Wood and ARK ETFs (tickers: ARKK, ARKF, ARKG) which have massively underperformed the market index. This same story plays out year after year in the markets and the costs to investors is painful to watch for experienced advisors. A new generation of investors gets sold the same false promise of shortcuts to wealth every market cycle. Stay Long-Term FocusedTime is the greatest superpower in investing. Being patient and ignoring the short-term is always easier said than done. It allows an investor to ignore their FOMO in the greed cycle of markets and suppress their panic when the fear cycle follows. Planning early and understanding how time can greatly benefit your wealth is not easy to understand for anyone yet it is and will always be the biggest driver to wealth creation. Customized Diversification MattersExcessive concentration creates unnecessary risk for generational wealth. Investing according to priorities reduces uncertainty while creating a tailored and superior investment experience.Risk tolerance questionnaires or age based investing philosophies completely ignore what's important to you. This type of investment advice isn't proper planning and does not set you up to create generational wealth.  EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:(0:47) News: The Omicron variant of COVID has created uncertainty which rocked global stock markets on Friday. This is a big dose of uncertainty and markets react quickly to these type of events.     (1:39) IPO stocks so far this year are below their initial listing price. This is to be expected as the data on buying IPOs is not good for investor's returns.   (3:10) Jack Dorsey has stepped down as CEO of Twitter. (3:45) Being data driven is an investing superpower. This is a principle of investing that should be a part of your philosophy. (4:14) Long-term focus is another superpower. It is natural to overly focus on the short-term. Reframing your mindset to care only about the long-term can be learned and will produce better outcomes.    (5:06) You can't solve heart disease with a weight loss pill at age 65. You achieve better results by starting at a younger age with establishing discipline.(6:57) Why is it so hard to appreciate the long-term.(7:57) A portion of your portfolio should be invested in very risky assets to grow.(8:20) Dave Ramsey telling people to invest everything in equities and nothing in bonds without knowing anything about what they want to achieve in life is idiotic. (9:48) Time is the superpower of investing. Years and years of compounding returns creates exceptional results. Determining what “long-term” is for you is the key. (10:25) Don't wait to plan. Use time to your advantage. (10:54) How time helps with FOMO (Fear of Missing Out).(12:51) Taking your entire salary in Bitcoin is dumb. Excessive concentration of your wealth is never smart and will end badly.(14:07) Just owning bonds isn't customized diversification. High quality bonds owned to meet a priority is how a customized portfolio removes uncertainty. (15:58) Anyone that tells you they can pick the next Tesla is full of it. (17:00) Whether luck or skill created massive wealth is irrelevant. The risk to your priorities is too great to stay over-concentrated in 1 or 2 stocks. This applies to anyone including founders, venture capitalists, stock pickers, early crypto adopters.(18:45) An investment philosophy built with your priorities as the goalpost and invested according to those priorities removes the worry and a more satisfying investing experience along the way to generational wealth. 

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 176 – The Lost Art of Connecting with Susan McPherson

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 22:49


How can we reverse the growing trends of disconnection to forge meaningful connections in business and life? In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren are joined by Susan McPherson, author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships. Susan discusses the difference between connecting and networking, going from FOMO to JOMO, the importance of being a good listener, and how technology plays a role in deeper connections. Susan McPherson is a serial connector, angel investor, and corporate responsibility expert. She is the founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy focused on the intersection of brands and social impact. Susan is part of the year's 50 over 50: Impact list curated by Forbes magazine. She is the author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather, Ask, Do Method for Building Meaningful Business Relationships (McGraw-Hill). Susan has 25+ years of experience in marketing, public relations, and sustainability communications, speaking regularly at industry events including Inspirefest/Dublin, BSR, Center for Corporate Citizenship's Annual Summit, DLD, and Techonomy. She has appeared on NPR, CNN, USA Today, the New Yorker, New York magazine, and the LA Times, and contributed to the Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Forbes.   Sponsors:     Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com      Elements Massage: www.elementsmassage.com     Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com                         Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                        Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA                     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives—including yours! The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring! Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM

White Sox Talk Podcast
Will the White Sox take part in MLB's free agent frenzy?

White Sox Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 45:50


It's been a wild few days for MLB's Hot Stove with huge free agent signings from coast to coast. Why haven't the White Sox spent big like the Rangers, Mets, and Mariners? What do they do now about second base with Marcus Semien and others off the board? Will they make a big move before a lockout possibly arrives on Thursday? Chuck Garfien, Ryan McGuffey, and Vinnie Duber are here to break it all down.(2:30) - White Sox fans are having FOMO with all the money being spent around baseball(10:30) - Have the Sox spent enough money?(19:20) - Who should the Sox go after?(29:30) - Trevor Story? A White Sox?(38:00) - Better offseason, Mets or Rangers so far?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Bledsoe Show
How to Be a Genius

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 68:44


00:00.44 mikebledsoe I'm gonna try oh welcome to the max Mike or them. Oh no, no no oh I Totally screwed it up already do over do over. Okay, welcome to yeah I'll edit it. Yeah well. 00:03.90 Max Shank That's how it works when you try. Okay, we got to do it over. We got to do it over just start start over fuck that wait wait wait. We're still recording though the whole time. Yo no, you won't just start the whole thing over. 00:19.65 mikebledsoe I had it every time. Yeah. 00:20.97 Max Shank Really oh, that's cool. 00:27.30 mikebledsoe Ah, welcome to Mondays with mike and Max or if max is saying it. It's max and mike and today we're gonna be talking about learning. We want to teach you how to be a genius and you know. I would say that max and I are both geniuses at certain things I wouldn't say across the board but we have gotten really good at a few things apiece and ah and and things that we were not good at as children. So it's not 1 of those things where we just became good at it. Because you know our dad did it or anything like that. So we have both put a lot of attention into learning how to learn and that has taken us pretty far I would say most people would say that we're happier and more successful than the average guy. 01:20.13 Max Shank Sound really happy right now. No I Guess we're probably just happier than the average person. That's good. 01:21.90 mikebledsoe Our age Do I do I fuck I didn't think so. 01:30.80 mikebledsoe Um, well I'm happier than I'm happier than ah I used to be I can say that. So um, um. 01:35.84 Max Shank Happiness is a state of mind folks. 01:40.34 mikebledsoe Ah, maybe um, but you can also learn to be happy. So yeah, holding a perspective and being able to stabilize that state. Yeah well. 01:45.13 Max Shank Oh yeah, meditation is a state of mind too. Meditation is a state of mind you can practice that as well hundred percent. 01:58.13 mikebledsoe 1 thing that was brought to my attention when it comes to learning is there's a difference between accumulating facts and being able to regurgitate them or to be able to know how to do a certain thing and there's another. It's another thing to hold us. Ah. Hold a perspective so wholly that the knowledge that's necessary to make things happen or to have a conversation just comes with a lot of ease and it's more of ah, being able to stabilize that perspective but people who are into. Ah. Obtaining a lot of knowledge what they'll do is they'll they'll they'll tap into that perspective for a moment and then they'll slide back into their current perspective and then over time you accumulate enough Data Points. You can you can solidify that and then the conversation becomes very very easy when. 02:56.36 Max Shank I Call it Toolbelt knowledge I say if you can access it immediately and you use it with some regularity then it's in the tool belt and then you have something That's maybe like toolbox knowledge. Where for example I speak. 02:56.37 mikebledsoe Discussing a certain topic. 03:14.96 Max Shank Ah, fluent Spanish but there are some words that I wouldn't be able to think of out of the blue. But if someone said it to me I would understand what they were saying and so I think that's more like in the tool like I I can't like you I don't use it all the time and there's been some deterioration. 03:25.16 mikebledsoe What. 03:34.10 Max Shank But I would understand it like I would know what you're talking about and so I just think of it like you have tool belt knowledge which is readily available and more importantly, you use it with some regularity because there's ah, there's a half -life or there's a shelf life I guess on. Information and if you don't use it. You lose it. That's a big thing for learn for learning. 03:54.66 mikebledsoe Yeah I guess similar to the perspective conversation is if if it's it's looking through a specific lens and if you're looking through that lens regularly you're it's in use in it and it stabilizes if you're not looking through it regularly. It gets dirty. 04:13.95 Max Shank Perspective is a huge thing. Um, it's hard to even say where to begin with something as important as perspective because perspective is a locale.. It's like are you zoomed in. Are you zoomed out. Are you looking into the past. Are you looking into the Future. What's the the tint on the lens you know that saying ah seeing the world with rose-colored glasses or through rose colored glasses and some people see the world as a ah, very dark and mean and nasty place and they see themselves. As ah, unlucky. For example, but that's just a matter of what you focus on and that whole comparison syndrome that we get into is really the only thing that colors how lucky we feel or don't feel. So. It's all what you compare it to because you can't define something in isolation you have to compare it to something else same with distance same with mass same with ah the way you live anything it all is what you compare it to. 05:23.80 mikebledsoe Yeah, was they say the ah comparison is a thief of all joy I find it to be a bit easier to learn things when I'm happy um and can learn more than them. Ah, there's I remember looking at a study at 1 point that said that. 05:27.86 Max Shank Um, I've heard that. 05:43.24 mikebledsoe If you add play into what you're learning then you can learn up to 20 times faster. So. 05:50.62 Max Shank Well play is 2 things you said recently play is the first form of training which is practicing which is learning. That's what animals do like big cats. Small cats too other predators they play. As their first form of killing. Basically so um, play is the first form of practice or training or learning if you want to call it that and then the other thing you were saying about being happy is for true learning to occur. 06:11.39 mikebledsoe Um. 06:28.49 Max Shank You need to be interested so you need to be curious and you need to be motivated. Um, you can learn something but you won't truly like learn it and own it if you're doing it just because you must like. For example, school and we could do a whole podcast. About how school is the most colossal misuse of time and abuse of children that I can think of but we'll skip that for another time my point is I mean look it's it's bad but we don't need to belabor the point. Ah yeah. 07:05.42 mikebledsoe I'm in agreement by the way I'm not so the the listeners if I'm laughing because I I know where max is coming from not because I think he's ridiculous. 07:07.41 Max Shank I'm not gonna change. 07:13.60 Max Shank I mean I've taught people stuff in ah in a three day seminar that actually increase their income and their physical health. There's 3 days like that's not long and in 12 years they like don't remember what Sacajawea did they just know that that's a word fuck that shit. 07:20.71 mikebledsoe Right? 3 days that. 07:30.63 mikebledsoe And they're probably they're less healthy in no better position to make money. 07:31.45 Max Shank Ridiculous. 07:35.16 Max Shank Yeah, you sit in a desk for a really long time. You're like looking straight down. It's horrifically bad anyway, all all that. Ah, ah, torture of children aside the reason that people don't remember it is because a it's not in the tool belt because they're not using it. And b they're being coerced into doing it like you must remember this or you will fail and be Bad. It's like okay like I'll do it but I'm not going to not going to do as good a job I'm not going to be as excited and enthusiasm about it and enthusiasm. Comes from ah the root for being possessed by spirit possessed by the Muse. So enthusiasm is really the the energy. That's why you can see people who have very little knowledge actually. Be extremely successful because they're very enthusiastic about the little that they know. 08:34.94 mikebledsoe Yeah I've been talking to my girlfriend about that a bit is she? ah. 08:49.37 mikebledsoe Ah, Max is red with laughter. Ah now I've been talking about ah but well I noticed that there's a lot of people who make a lot of money in real estate. So we've been talking about getting more aggressive about. 08:52.81 Max Shank Ah, ah. 09:06.81 mikebledsoe Investing in real estate and I and it's ah it's a new I know a bit she knows a bit we need to get deeper into it if we want to be good at it. But I go I look at it I go I know a lot of people who invest in real estate or and have been very successful and they don't ah. Occur to me to be the most intelligent people on the planet. They're not.. They're not some type of Genius They they're they Found. They are some type of Genius They found a way to do something and they just repeat it and because that's what works in real estate you find. 09:27.28 Max Shank And. They are some type of genius. 09:43.37 mikebledsoe Find someone who's really successful in real estate and you'll you'll find that they they do 1 or 2 things and they just do it over and over and over and over again. It's it's a bit redundant, but it's also very exciting to watch your your personal wealth climb. 09:58.28 Max Shank Yeah, and you can also lose your shirt in real estate. You can get totally burned by buying a property at the wrong time and not really predicting or preparing for an income decrease I'll just. 10:03.73 mikebledsoe Here. 10:17.45 Max Shank Just remember seeing this house in del mar near where I live and it was ah sold for 18 million a couple years later they put it on the market for 21 million and then I watched them progressively lower the price all the way down to 6 million. 10:36.24 mikebledsoe Whoa. 10:37.16 Max Shank So the value went from 18 million to 6 million and you know there were like all kinds of crashes and stuff going on but this was like on the bluffs like right by the beach in del mar probably that because there are 3 rules in real estate right? location location location this was a. 10:53.43 mikebledsoe E. 10:57.13 Max Shank Primo like Crown Jewel of real estate. It was massive had tennis court. Its right on the beach was ridiculous but they they got taken to the cleaners because they bought it the wrong time and they couldn't survive through the liquidity crisis. Basically like there's that saying that markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent which is kind of a good thing to keep in mind. 11:23.87 mikebledsoe Yeah, Well I think ah great. That's a great point is that that's not likely an intelligence issue as much as it is um, ah, people in what I've seen with people who do make mistakes in investing is. They let their emotions take over and they're afraid that they have a fear of loss and then that's why or they're a fear of missing out or a fear of loss and which a fear of missing out is just fear of future loss and or potential loss and and. 11:59.32 Max Shank Yeah I think go ahead. 12:03.54 mikebledsoe And people they break their own rules like they have this rule around how to invest in real estate or they have a rule that they that's been passed down and if you follow those rules it 99 percent of time you probably can be fine. But then you see a spike in the market or you see a dip in the market and then you you freak out and you react or you you break your own rules or you break the rules of the people who taught you and that because of an emotional experience and that's when people that's what I see when people lose their shirt. 12:35.70 Max Shank Well, it's risk reward right? if you concentrate your bet into 1 thing like let's say you put all of your money on Alibaba 15 years ago, you'd be like really really happy and if you put all your money in blockbuster Video. You'd be really really sad and if you diversified you wouldn't have returned as much as if you had concentrated all of your money into 1 big bet. But you're also limiting how much you can lose. So. I think with life and with investing the thing you want to understand is that it's usually pretty ah clear risk reward ratio and you want to try to aim for things that where you have 2 ways to win and no way to lose pretty much and there's another saying I like which is. 13:27.13 mikebledsoe Yeah. 13:31.91 Max Shank Why risk what you need for what you don't need and that's why you know you hear a story about someone you know, buying some unknown cryptocurrency and they like 10 X their money and then you're like feeling greedy yourself, you're feeling that fear of missing out. So you might catch it at the very top and then and then catch the falling knife as it goes down whereas they caught all the upside. So We we try to use the past to predict the future but it doesn't always go that Way. So if you. 13:55.77 mikebledsoe Yep. 14:11.80 Max Shank Plan for the fact that you will sometimes be wrong it. It works out. Okay. 14:19.70 mikebledsoe Yeah, that's that's the point of anti- fragile the book by is it Nicholas taleeb nasim he he wrote black swan anti-fragile. There's a new 1 that came out that I want to on a read next. And yeah. 14:22.65 Max Shank Um, yeah. 14:37.87 mikebledsoe The whole concept. He's ah he's a great investor himself. Ah and his perspective on strategies for investing is pretty much saying you know shit will go wrong. So how are you set up for that whereas most people like. 14:51.59 Max Shank Well. 14:56.10 mikebledsoe You know they're watching the crypto markets right now and I mean I mean this applies to the learning conversation we get because if. 15:01.23 Max Shank Yeah, you don't have to be smart to do well in investing like um isaac Newton famously said something along the lines of he could predict the movement of celestial bodies but not the madness of crowds and he like lost all of his money. Investing in the East india trading company he like got taken to the cleaners lost every I mean obviously a very intelligent fellow. 15:20.51 mikebledsoe Oh yeah, so. 15:26.90 mikebledsoe Yeah, well well let's just take bitcoin for instance I've been paying attention to crypto markets since 20138 years which is over half the amount of time they've been in existence. So. 15:34.44 Max Shank The. 15:44.18 mikebledsoe I've been through some booms and buss already and what I know because I've been in it long enough is I go Yeah, just you buy a bunch and then you hold it and then you watch everything go up and down and watch everyone else freak out and then you just keep on holding it and you keep on holding it and you keep on holding it and you take some off here and there. Um, there is a strategy for for when to take some out and but most people aren't playing that game. Well, that's the thing It is simple. It is very very simple. Ah, but when the people who who suffer and I've got many close friends who. 16:06.70 Max Shank Make it sound so simple. You make it sound so simple. 16:23.40 mikebledsoe The market starts going up and they start dumping money in or the market starts going down and they start pulling money out and I'm I'm going Whoa Whoa Whoa Just just chill the fuck out just consistently put money in consistently pull money Out. Don't you know. You're not going to.. You're not going to see the wave coming if because if you can see it then everyone else can see it and sometimes that does drive the market up a bit but again long term strategy I've had I've had really big returns from that that simplicity just. 16:55.86 Max Shank So what you're saying is you are an investing genius. 17:01.39 mikebledsoe Um, well are we gonna be playing comparison here. Ah you know what I'm in the 1 percent I'm in the 1 percent for crypto I'll say this I'm in the 1 percent of crypto trading. Ah when it comes to investing in general. No. 17:11.15 Max Shank Um, okay oh that's good. 17:20.10 mikebledsoe I'm I'm not I The crypto thing is huh How does what differ I Oh crypto trading versus investing versus. 17:20.98 Max Shank How do they differ. How do they differ. Ah well I mean it's they're both and they're they're both investing I think the big mistake people make with investing Probably the biggest mistake is they invest money. That they might need soon. 17:41.00 mikebledsoe Well,, there's that 1 and then they invest money in speculation versus Value. So 1 of my rules in investing is what value is being generated in the world by this product or by this service and So. Do I Find what they're creating to be valuable Tesla For instance, do I do I think that those cars hold out. Absolutely they're creating something valuable some of these cryptocurrencies that are you know a 2 page white paper and you know they just. 18:02.43 Max Shank Ah. 18:18.76 mikebledsoe Fleece everybody and they don't have any specific when I when I read about what the purpose of that cryptocurrency is and it doesn't make sense to me and it doesn't seem valuable to me I don't touch it. So. 18:30.82 Max Shank Maybe that's lesson 2 of investing is invest in things that you understand. 18:35.35 mikebledsoe Invest in things you understand, but ah I think invest in things you find valuable and Beyond beyond the dollar. 18:40.48 Max Shank Well, that's not necessarily. Yeah I mean that's not I disagree because if you invest in something that's valuable at a price that is unreasonable then you still lose money on your investment. 18:56.13 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's got to be worth the value that it's demanding. 18:59.64 Max Shank And that's really hard to determine. You know you have price-to earnarings ratios you have identifying trends and there are all these ways that we try to get clear on what something will be worth later. Will it be worth more later and there are all kinds of things like. 19:13.19 mikebledsoe You know. 19:17.89 Max Shank There was a 20 year period where coca -cola returned a zero percent return to its investors and you'd think like man coca -cola is valuable. Their brand is worth billions by itself. But it it all depends on what you pay for and that's the same thing with real estate. Um, unless you are holding real estate for 50 years the profit is in the buying. Yeah. 19:40.61 mikebledsoe Yeah, the deals made and or the the value is in. It's in the buying it's when you make the purchase. Um that that's for sure and that's ah, that's a big reason why and I haven't tried to touch anything in the last year is everything's so hot it is cooling off a bit. The markets are cooling off a bit but it's been so hot that and people are like you could better get in I'm going get into what I'm gonna get in at the peak. So I can come crash with the rest of you now. 20:07.53 Max Shank The the Fomo the Fomo hard to know if it's the peak. That's the tricky thing about investing I mean there are a lot of ah big institutions buying lots of real estate right now and it's um. 20:17.98 mikebledsoe M. 20:26.21 Max Shank Apparently this is now an investing podcast. So if you're tuning in this is investing tips with max and Mike ah. 20:33.71 mikebledsoe I Always try to stay away from investing tips too because. 20:36.89 Max Shank Yeah, it's the worst like this is not a recommendation I think everyone listening should just go by tulip bulbs as many tulip bulbs as possible fill your garage with Tulip bulbs. That's the tricky thing about times like ah. Like what we're seeing right now is some things just go absolutely meteoric they go insanely high so fast and if you are investing in something more steady. Let's say like real estate perhaps usually more steady. Ah, you're getting blown out of the water by some kid who bought dog coins so in the short term. You're just getting absolutely murdered if you're really looking at value which is. 21:17.17 mikebledsoe Yeah. 21:27.27 Max Shank About Theio ah about the Price-to-arings ratio like what's the prospect. But also what's the priceturnings ratio Anyway, the whole point is if you are not going to take a lot of time to make investing your career. You probably are better off just buying the market overall and minimizing. 21:47.14 mikebledsoe Yeah, which did really well this last year but I mean if we adjust for inflation and a few other things probably just did okay. 21:47.20 Max Shank The risk like just by the S and P five hundred. Yeah, yeah. 22:04.50 Max Shank It's a tricky thing because it all comes back to opportunity cost and I use these analogies for exercise quite a lot.. It's like our you know our heavy squats. Good. It's like well maybe. A for who and B can I do something better with that Energy. You know what? I'm saying so the same thing is true with investing. It's not is this good. It's is this better than the other stuff I could own and that's that's why it's so tricky because. You know you look. There are a lot of good companies that you can own that create value that are profitable. There are a lot of companies that you can own that are not profitable and so it's purely based on a prediction that they will create more and more value in the future. 22:46.33 mikebledsoe Yeah, um. 22:55.54 Max Shank Above and Beyond what is already priced. It's very tricky stuff. Anyway, if you you're not going to make it tool belt knowledge. You shouldn't ah fuck around with that. 22:57.25 mikebledsoe Yeah. 23:04.38 mikebledsoe Yeah. Back to learning. 23:14.59 Max Shank You'll learn your lesson really fast if you invest money that you shouldn't a fool and his money are soon parted. 23:20.46 mikebledsoe Yeah, well the 1 thing I notice I'll say one last thing on investing. Ah when you're you're talking about opportunity costs I I watch people try to invest money when they're in credit card debt. So they. 23:35.82 Max Shank Don't do that paid pay down the debt that's stupid. You get the interest tax free. They don't understand money. Yeah, exactly. 23:39.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the amount of people that tell that tells me that someone doesn't understand how the numbers work. Yeah, you just don't understand money because your best investment is to not have credit card debt if you have credit card debt. Nothing nothing's going to be that 10 to twenty percent interest you're paying on that. 23:55.15 Max Shank Crazy. Yeah, that's ridiculous I would say pay down the credit card debt and then after that invest in your income you know invest in building a customer list building a product setting up your service-based business more effectively because you can get. 24:03.69 mikebledsoe Yeah. 24:14.74 Max Shank Hundred percent 2 hundred percent thousand percent returns by investing in yourself. But if you get a fifteen percent return year over year in the market. You'd be like Yay. So. 24:23.32 mikebledsoe Well, there's something about money going in your bank account that you didn't have to do shit for I get I got some cheap thrills out of that. 24:28.99 Max Shank Totally yeah, but if you set up ah an online library of products that'll that'll bring in money without any extra effort to plus you plus you own your customer list. 24:44.34 mikebledsoe That's true. That's true. 24:48.74 Max Shank And that's huge I mean you see right now. Some people are are losing their instagrams and facebooks and Youtube accounts for saying things that they I I suppose shouldn't have said because Papa Papa Youtube Said. Ah. Wasn't okay to say those things and you know if you are dependent on another entity entity to store all of your customers for you. They can go away so you got to have your own you got to own your customer list. 25:23.60 mikebledsoe Just made a post about that the other day email is not dead so many who are focused on social media when ah, that's right again if you're looking investing that's ah. 25:24.97 Max Shank That's so important you got to own that customer list. No it works it works until it doesn't. 25:42.30 mikebledsoe That's 1 that's got a ah a black swan event. Ah as a possibility and and that is black swans occur when you're least expecting them and the event that does occur that brings a downturn is not something you ever imagined would happen. 25:44.53 Max Shank Ah. 26:00.42 Max Shank And. 26:01.83 mikebledsoe Just 1 day you wake up and shit hit the fan and so that can happen if Facebook youtube instagram decides or google decides to to stop featuring your stuff you know shadow banning is 1 1 way where it's not. Overt you didn't see you get blocked but all of a sudden your traffic goes to nil and and I've got several friends that's happened to not just in the last couple years but over the last 3 4 years there's ah there's a very clear. 26:20.82 Max Shank Um, wild. 26:38.69 mikebledsoe Ah I Guess attack I don't know I hate using the word attack in this sense. But there's a clear diversion of attention away from things and people that are actually helpful towards big corporate desires and. And wanting people to adopt more main you know Mainstream corporate services and products. 26:59.75 Max Shank Well. Um, hey man ah censorship is an admission of guilt if you ask me? Yeah, yeah, So as long as we're on the learning subject. 27:09.46 mikebledsoe I like that I like that censorship is an admission of guilt. 27:23.97 Max Shank We can we we um problem maybe ah what is rewarded is repeated. That's ah, that's a big thing about learning. So there's. 27:25.75 mikebledsoe I think we've talked about learning for 5 out of twenty five minutes so far. 27:40.30 Max Shank Conscious learning where you're like oh I'm going to learn to play the piano or I'm going to learn how to speak german and then there's unconscious learning it could be conscious also but where you adapt to certain patterns. You know your phone. May notice that you prefer watching animal videos at night. But you prefer watching news videos in the morning I know that was that was what I noticed interestingly enough when I was just still logging in. To youtube instead of using a separate browser and not being logged in and just searching for what I want and it would give me like you know would give me like John stossel and all these different guys who I actually trust and then at night it would show me more like. Animal videos like learn about the peacock spider and things like that so you will um basically be guided throughout your day by algorithms that are digital or otherwise. And you develop these patterns that are repeated over and over again. So it's very difficult to get out of those patterns once you're in and that's why having a pattern break is so valuable. 29:02.35 mikebledsoe Yeah, well, it's Interesting. You come out the unconscious learning and I read this book called Spiritual enlightenment. The damnedest thing by Jed Mckenna have you read that 1 okay. I Think you really enjoy it total. Yeah yeah. 29:20.99 Max Shank I've only read like 4 or 5 books in my life total. Yeah, that includes Dr. seuss books. The loax was good. 29:31.70 mikebledsoe Ah, so in that book he talks about how the mind is built and he says that people like to visualize the mind like it's this beautiful web and I've got this thought over here this belief or this idea and it's over here and then ah and. String goes across and it connects over here and this is beautiful intricate web that just it's infinite in Nature. That's how I used to think about the mind and the fact that he outlines that in the book tells me that other people think about the mind similarly and. He talks about how how ah language is laid out when as we as we get older and the order in which we learn words impacts how our mind works and what those words mean to us at that age and how that impacts the mind and. But he what he finally gets to in this explanation is that people think that mine is this beautiful integrated web and it's really just a rat's nest. It's just all jumbled up you and I could be born at the same time same place same parents in our interpretation of. The world is gonna be different and and you only need 1 interpretation early on kind of like the butterfly effect right? He's like you've got this butterfly over here that causes a hurricane on the other side of the world. Ah, there's 1 1 instance where you interpret something your mom or dad did at the age of 2 that shape your personality in a way that the impact the lens that you look through for the rest of your life and so you completely neglect certain pieces of information and you collect the evidence to support your your lens. 31:25.90 Max Shank Is confirmation Bias right. 31:25.63 mikebledsoe Over here, right? and nobody is nobody is safe from that confirmation Bias we we all do it and so that's 1 thing that when we if we're talking about learning needs to be acknowledged is that. Much of what we we believe to be true just is not true and it's good to question those be able to question those thoughts and and do some unlearning because learning something new I I found to be a lot easier to learn new things. When I look at what must be unlearned and that's not necessarily an easy task. So the way I look at it is ah it's easier to to write on a if we're thinking about a. Ah, a hard drive I want an empty hard drive and I want to be able just put things on top of that or what may be better is up. Yeah, or or you got a page you're you're writing you're writing your thoughts on a page with a pencil and. 32:30.10 Max Shank Empty your cup like that ah martial arts example. 32:42.41 mikebledsoe Ah, you're just having to rewrite So you've got these thoughts that you believe to be true and you're trying to overwrite them So you're just trying to make the words on top of those other words darker and thinking that you're going to be able to change those thoughts and at some point those darker words may overshadow. 32:51.17 Max Shank The. 33:01.11 mikebledsoe Words that were previously on the page. But why don't you just use an eraser first using erase or era words then write. It'll be much more clear it. So it it may take a little more effort in the beginning but long run it's way easier or if you start with a blank page instead of a. 33:06.78 Max Shank A. 33:19.59 mikebledsoe Page that already has writing on it. These are the things that this is how I think about the mind and when I'm learning something new I ask myself? what do I need to unlearn before I learn this. 33:31.89 Max Shank I think part of the reason it's hard for people to let go or erase or burn ego death is because they identify so much with it whether it's ah good or bad or neutral. It's familiar and we gain a lot of our sense of stability through our self-im image and so if you have a self image that is maybe harmful to you. You know some people are ah shoot all kinds of things anorexic. Self-loathing whatever there are all these manifest obese. Um, you know to protect yourself. So for example, a lot of people are really overweight just because they never want to have a chance to be rejected in the first place but if so if they're just this big fat person. No 1 that'll never even happen. So you get so identified with this identity that it blocks out any potential for change and that's why any kind of change requires some sort of removal of material like you have to chip away. At the ego in order to make room for something new and different. 34:51.53 mikebledsoe You know. 34:57.42 mikebledsoe So aside from chipping away the ego and unlearning First what are some? What are some things that you put into a place I'm a big fan of your your five minute strategy. 34:57.74 Max Shank The. 35:11.97 Max Shank Um, yeah, yeah, there's sort of a quantum effect of 5 minute blocks because it feels easier to start psychologically and it's it's so easy for me to. 35:13.44 mikebledsoe For learning new things. Can you explain that 1 35:31.81 Max Shank Just jump around from thing to thing and put stuff off. So if you do like usually five minutes the word just comes right before it. Oh it's just five minutes but ten minutes feels too long and with my mobility program I did five minute flow I get. So many versions of the same message which is hilarious which is you know I started doing five minute flows. But now I can't keep them under ten minutes I can't keep them under fifteen minutes and yeah 36:05.94 mikebledsoe I've got a problem. How do we fix this? ah. 36:08.90 Max Shank Right? Exactly? No, That's that's exactly the thing. It's a scam and I tricked. You guys. So haha I tricked you into getting started which is where the inertia is and once you start moving then it's really easy to keep going with regard to learning you don't. Want to practice a skill poorly. You're better off to take a break and come back and do it Again. Probably the biggest fallacy with this is within like the fitness thing. It's like you're pushing through. The the pain or pushing through the struggle or like you know, but you wouldn't do that if you were practicing shooting baskets or hitting golf balls. You would try to stay as fresh as possible and that's really 1 of the key elements for optimal learning. Is you. 37:03.39 mikebledsoe I think. 37:06.39 Max Shank Go in you do the thing total focus and then you pull away from it and then you go back in total focus and then you pull away from it and if you've ever done something where it requires total focus like tennis or fencing or fighting. Um, or even like ah a video game where you have to constantly either like move left or right let's say to avoid obstacles the ability to focus and not break that focus for a long period of time is something that you can practice as well. But you will. Improve that ability better if you take some small breaks. 37:48.26 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the increasing the capacity for focus the way that I like to approach that is I can tell when I'm losing focus. So. Um, working on I like to work on 1 task at a time I think that's important if people are trying to multitask they're they're so unfocused the whole time. They don't even realize when their their capacity for focus is going down because they just are starting so low already and what I like to do is set up a timer. And so I know that I can work if it's before noon I can do a ninety minute work session completely focused I use brain fm I use a bi neural beats type of thing to help me focus and my phone's on a timer. So the music will stop. When I'm supposed to stop my work and so most the time if it's before noon and I can work in ninety minute sprint I don't move out of my seat I'm in front of my computer and I am I am knocking out whatever needs to get knocked out and then the afternoons I noticed that. I don't have the same amount of juice might be seventy five minutes as the day goes on my my amount my periods of time of work separated by a break becomes shorter now. 39:12.53 Max Shank So that's wisdom is knowing yourself and acting accordingly. 39:16.92 mikebledsoe Yeah, and what what got me there was I got into ah started getting into deep work zones which can take twenty thirty minutes to get into the the space of deep work the the amount of. Focus that you have is basically what I'm describing and that that level of focus can be achieved a lot sooner I can achieve that focus a lot sooner now because I've done it so many times I've gotten into that really deep work zones. So frequently that my my brain knows how it goes it says oh this is what we're doing now shut everything else out focus on this 1 thing and so when you get into this deep work zone enough. You can tell when your mind is starting to leave it. So. 40:08.77 Max Shank Free. 40:10.99 mikebledsoe when I when I'm reading something and I read the same paragraph 3 times you know I have to reread the email that I am going through or I you know I basically just start making mistakes mistakes or needing to repeat things to try to remember or whatever it is. Ah. I can so I'm watching my mind begin to drift and so what I've done is is instead of working through that empowering through that. What I've done is I go oh I gotta take a break I go for a walk I go check my mail which is you know quarter mile away I go. Take a nap I ah you know, go play with someone's dog. Whatever so. Ah, match gave me a good look. Ah so I I know when to take a break because the mind works very much so like muscles in the body and and you know in the fitness industry. It is very interesting that people have this tendency to. Push through the pain and basically practice shitty movement they practice moving poorly and they practice getting injured is what they're doing and so ah I think ah I think a large part of. That reason is because there are certain benefits to pushing to that point of failure but they are overemphasized in the fitness industry and then in addition to that people people just don't understand. What poor movement is and what good movement is and they don't understand they're they're practicing to get injured and then of course if you throw in something like Crossfit now you have this competitive competition component that is going to drive people to do things that they don't really they don't really have the capacity 42:07.66 Max Shank Well, we've we've learned a false image of fitness I think so that's something really interesting about the things that you learn is you may very well have learned a false premise. So even if you do everything. 42:08.40 mikebledsoe To do so. 42:15.37 mikebledsoe Yeah. 42:27.29 Max Shank Allegedly, correct if the entire if it's built on a false Premise. You're totally Screwed. You have like no chance of optimizing the amount of effort that you put in so with fitness For example. If Your athletic capacity is not increasing from your health and fitness practice or your movement practice. Whatever you're probably wasting your time I mean a lot of people use fitness as a way to burn Energy. With no rhyme or reason it's like putting too much gasoline on your in your car like overeating and then putting your car up on blocks and just running the engine. So It doesn't overflow. That's like 1 of the worst things you can do um because just like with investing. What you're sacrificing for doing that Bs is the chance to do something that could improve your overall capacity your ability to fight your ability to run your ability to play I mean Ah, that's the tricky thing about opportunity cost is you're sacrificing. Everything else you could be doing to do this. So If you're not enthusiastic about it. It's like dude, why? why bother there are plenty of good options and you know getting stuck into the whole thing about aesthetics is ah is another tricky thing. That's just based on. 43:49.84 mikebledsoe Go. 44:02.99 Max Shank What we've learned you know like I always joke about the aztec aesthetic which is like a big fat guy at the top of a temple watching the heads roll down like he was the best thing you could be a big fat guy and then you know over time sexy lady. Has changed from fat lady to thin victorian era plump and then we went through like the Ninety s or something where the supermodels weighed like 85 pounds and now we're kind of coming round to like thick is good again. So it's all. 44:39.33 mikebledsoe Yeah. 44:42.50 Max Shank It's all a matter of that individual perspective and that's why you can think of your focus like a lantern or a laser.. That's what I usually tell people is you can soften it like a lantern and that's for a martial artist may have heard the term soft eyes before. Like sometimes I'll practice while I'm juggling and I won't look at the balls I'll juggle but I'll be trying to take in as much other stuff as Possible. So I can focus right in your eyes right now or I can step back and I can be as aware as possible of everything else in the room. 45:09.17 mikebledsoe Ah. 45:20.51 Max Shank And it's a really big difference in terms of how you focus so being able to cycle between those is extremely valuable because you don't want to always be laserfocused sometimes you want to have that wider perspective. Of what's going on and that's usually where joy and gratitude can come from is when you see the big picture rather than like oh my god my my life sucks compared to that guy over there and I hate that guy. He's got a nice, whatever and you know you get stuck. 45:59.36 mikebledsoe Yeah. 45:59.65 Max Shank Ah, tunnel vision right? So being able to zoom in and zoom out and realizing that your concepts of good and bad good and evil are are learned. You know, ah lions don't worry about that. Lions don't have a concept of good and evil they have a concept of danger from like other lions and they have a concept of hunger and that's it they don't have a concept of good and evil it's ridiculous. It's like totally a human invention I mean there are a lot of. Old stories that talk about that. What's that the wasn't that where eve ate the Apple wasn't it. The tree of the knowledge of good and evil so that the whole thing is just having this awakening that's crazy uncomfortable that. 46:41.45 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 46:53.50 Max Shank Your whole idea of this is good and this is bad is just implanted from from the last guy 46:59.48 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, are yeah I mean anything that's conceptual in nature that is that that we can't point at physically is usually passed down from from somebody else and. 47:14.59 Max Shank Yeah, so if you focus on things that are intrinsically enjoyable then you will find the things that will make you the most enthusiastic you will naturally put more time into learning you'll. 47:17.61 mikebledsoe Very interesting. 47:33.24 Max Shank Be interested in learning the finer details. You know I sometimes I say it's not exactly true. But I think the sentiment is right? The only difficult thing is something you don't want to do if you want to do it then it doesn't matter. 47:47.39 mikebledsoe E. 47:52.80 Max Shank Like you you would just want to do it and if you don't want to do it then it's probably going to be more difficult. So. 47:53.43 mikebledsoe Right. 47:59.67 mikebledsoe It's why people look at people doing a crossfi workout and go I can't I don't know understand how you do it? How do you push through whatever not realizing that that person is doing that workout loves doing that workout for whatever reason or they've at least learned to love the workout. 48:11.80 Max Shank Um, yeah, um, well and sometimes you can sacrifice the temporary feeling for a bigger picture win like I actually never um, enjoyed lifting weights that much as weird as that might sound. Just did it because I wanted to be the most Alpha guy Possible. So now that I'm in a place where I'm a lot more honest with myself about what I'm doing just to get a result or what I'm enjoying I do a lot of weird stuff at the like I enjoy like explosive things like heavy lifting is like okay. Do some but I can play tennis for like 2 hours and I'm dying to play more tennis because it's so Fun. It's so engaging I'm using all these different skills. So That's intrinsically enjoyable to me but you know the idea of doing like a Crossfit workout. 48:56.40 mikebledsoe Yeah. 49:09.73 Max Shank I Don't even see the point of it for example so you change over time. 49:11.51 mikebledsoe Yeah I Want to go 1 thing I Want to ah point out I mean you said a lot of really good stuff. There 1 is how you how you use your focus and how you can go from laser focus to that soft focus and I think about that as contraction and expansion. And if you spend too much time in contraction then you won't be able to expand very much if you if you spend too much time in that expansion. It's gonna be difficult to to concentrate that that attention. But um, being able to cycle between the 2 is gonna give you more capacity for each. So. The same way then analogy with um, you know somebody who's really athletic their muscle needs to be able to contract incredibly fast but also be able to relax incredibly fast so you got to be able to snap that muscle and it's got to be able to snap back into. 50:01.41 Max Shank Her. 50:08.33 mikebledsoe And to just relaxation and those are the people who are the most athletic have the most endurance all these things um and the same thing with with attention. Can you play? Can you go that soft focus. Can you go that that laser focus and I think about it just like breathing. You got an inhale and you've got an exhale. Got to spend time in either. So I do want to hit that and then the other thing you talked about is the false premise and it's very interesting because that's 1 of the things that I I see creates a lot of disagreement in the world is well 1 is. Which we talk about regularly which is semantics people just are they don't even realize that they're in disagreement about the meaning of words and so they think the word that someone else is using means something than what they intended it to be so um, it's that that's number 1 I think number 2 is and what we've witnessed over the last couple years is the premise in which people are coming from are different and they're arguing about stuff that's at the surface or they're focused on what's on the surface and not looking at the premise in which everything else is based. So. Ah, it's what's that's a term in Mathematics. Ah for for assumptions I forget what it is maybe it'll come to me but basically it's it's ah the premise that you know 2 plus because 2 plus 2 equals four then. All this other things and mathematics must be true because 1 plus 1 equals 2 that then means and so what I've what I've witnessed especially in like say so the scientific world and is ah. 51:45.39 Max Shank Um, right? or. 52:00.53 mikebledsoe We see these big shifts in how science is viewed when someone comes out and questions the validity of the premise in which we've been operating from and so ah, there's. 52:14.57 Max Shank Often Those guys get burned at the stake historically speaking. 52:18.95 mikebledsoe Yeah, they get historically speaking it. You do not be want to be the 1 that that ah challenges consensus. Yeah yeah, well, ah well that that's the other thing too is be be aware of of ah. 52:25.51 Max Shank Um, don't kill the messenger I think we've heard before. 52:38.25 mikebledsoe Consensus group think and anytime anyone uses the word is it Ah, who was it. Ah, the guy who wrote Jurassic Part Michael Crichton I you. 52:46.69 Max Shank That guy is an animal I recommend anybody go listen to some of his talks Michael criton is a fucking animal. That's a genius. 52:55.65 mikebledsoe Yeah, he you you sent me a video of his and I is an hour long talk and I ate it up. It was so good but he talks about how Consensus science is not science. It's. 53:05.67 Max Shank Yo, ah. 53:12.84 mikebledsoe Anyone who starts using the word Consensus science is actually anti. It's an anti-science concept. You can't state of fear is talk. Yeah, so you know just throwing that out. There is a warning anytime anyone starts using consensus science. Ah. 53:17.75 Max Shank Um, it's called State of fear. That's the name of the talk I think I think so yeah. 53:32.56 mikebledsoe That's that's when you know you should turn around and run. 53:33.61 Max Shank Well, you got to consider the source. He also introduced me to a concept called gelmon amnesia which is where like you're an expert in fitness so you open up the paper and you read a fitness article and you're like this is totally false. This is ridiculous. But then. You forget that that was totally false so you read the rest of the paper as if it's true. It's like wait a second like fool me once shame on you fool me twice shame on me. 53:56.45 mikebledsoe Ah. 54:02.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, but we have we have a whole world of people running around with false premise theyre running around with um that this is I'm not going to say that I know how all this works but there's 1 thing that I've noticed. 54:09.61 Max Shank Right. 54:21.90 mikebledsoe But you know I listen to people who are healthy so people who are healthy and have spent a lot of time thinking about these things long before the pandemic those are the people who I like to talk to and think about what they say but 1 1 premise would be germ theory versus Terrain Theory. And ah germ theory is a false premise because it's not even being considered a it's considered to be a fact versus the way it's being treated is it's not being treated as a theory. Ah, and that's 1 thing I'm noticing in society as a whole is that people are treating theories as if they're facts I was just I was just ah and this is how far I'll take it is I was watching a ah. My girlfriend was watching like an animals show is basically like Discovery Channel you know, looking at these cats and it starts off with eleven million years ago this predator descended into this region of the world and I go. Are they fucking serious. They just state that that like it was a fact I'm going I'm going No fucking wonder adults are running around the world acting like things are facts that are theories or that are just ideas presented by other people. Yeah, you may have a lot of evidence to suggest that but it's still a theory and so what we're experiencing right now is we have this mass adoption because because traditional or I'll say conventional medicine in the United States is based on germ theory When. Ah, the when if you were to just look through this pandemic through the lens of of terrain theory Everything that's being advised for people to do sounds insane. But. 56:26.81 Max Shank Yeah, of course you got to be careful who your mentors are like with kind of bringing it back to learning like who do you trust? what's hilarious is that so many more people trust Joe Rogan than they trust any of the other people allegedly reporting on what's going on. 56:29.76 mikebledsoe But if you. 56:43.89 mikebledsoe M. 56:46.27 Max Shank And there are so many premises that we've been talking about here's ah okay, like obesity for example, obesity rates are like through the roof so you could argue that most people kill themselves because obesity is like the easiest way to die quicker. From all causes whether it's diabetes, Heart disease etc like all that stuff. Um, if you're weak and fat. You die Faster. There's no question about that. But I think the biggest false premise is that we should run people through the same filter. That's exactly 1 of the reasons why school is so catastrophically bad like I don't think ah ah like about some things I'm like really dumb but about ah like I almost got held back in school like that's crazy when you think about it like I'm not like too dumb you know what? I'm saying. 57:34.22 mikebledsoe M. 57:41.46 mikebledsoe You're 1 of the smartest people I know so that. 57:41.77 Max Shank So the whole nah I mean but I've only like read a few books isn't that all that matters. No I think smart is about how efficiently you can live the way you want to live like if you're living the way you want without expending a lot of energy then you're smart. Most people just want to. Ah, peer Smart I don't frankly give a flying fuck how I appear to people as long as I can live in an efficient and effortless way as long as I can move in efficient and effortless way and I think that's why people like fighting that's why I like it because it's very honest, you got a winner and you got a loser. You know I like playing tennis because it's honest I can't be like ah that ball was in no it was fucking out you missed bitch like try again. Ah so the the whole the whole premise that we should be run through the same filter is ridiculous. The whole premise of health is ridiculous. The whole idea that we should just blindly follow what a few people say we should is ridiculous like there's like a list that goes on and on I don't have it right in front of me but I wrote a bunch of the stuff that I thought was wrong about it down. But. I mean it's it's the same um as anything else. There are so many false premises out there that will lead you down a path because you can have a valid thought process and those are the 2 pillars of truth right? You have a true premise or false premise and you have a valid thought process. Or an invalid thought process. So a lot of the time you have a false premise with a valid thought process so it looks good. You're like yeah that that does like make like the logic make sense but because the premise is false everything else just goes completely out the window and that's. Kind of where I tie it back into where you put your faith or where you put authority into because when it comes to learning 1 of the quickest ways 1 of the best ways to learn is through a good teacher. But if you choose the wrong teacher. That is also a sure-fire way to fuck you up, you are going to inherit all of his ego bullshit I mean look have you ever seen youth sports probably like the parents and the coaches. 59:54.20 mikebledsoe Here. 01:00:03.44 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 01:00:10.84 Max Shank Are doing a lot of harm to those little fuckers especially if they're trying to live out their dreams or like how about how about like a beauty Pageant Mom I mean when it comes to learning you got to really consider who you try to emulate like there are people out there who seem very healthy, Very joyful. 01:00:11.35 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 01:00:30.39 Max Shank And loving relationships and maybe they're not behind the facade so you got to you got to do some digging to really see like do I want to try to emulate. Do I want a monkey see Monkey do that person's life. It's a big deal. 01:00:44.10 mikebledsoe Yeah, that is a big deal. Ah so I I sat down on an airplane on Saturday and this really old indian guy that's down next to me. 01:01:01.65 Max Shank Dot or feather. 01:01:03.48 mikebledsoe And dot and ah he sits a real indian he sits down next to me like from India ah, he had the accent and everything you know he he spent some time India and pakistan and. 01:01:11.84 Max Shank Yeah I get it. No, you're right. 01:01:20.77 mikebledsoe Sits down he starts talking I mean he was referencing something things that were happening in the sixty s so this is how old this guy is and do you have to go? Oh maybe it was on my hand. Ah I think late. Anyways. 01:01:28.30 Max Shank That wasn't on my end. 01:01:40.32 mikebledsoe Um, I sit down. We start talking and I come to find out. He's a ah substitute teacher and in Florida and I was asking him all these questions about does he enjoy it. So um, by the way this guy had a stroke the month before so he was he was being a He was a little slow so I actually spent the flight helping him do things like open up his his chips and getting him to the bathroom and all these things but he sat there and just taught me shit the whole time. So. Ah, my girlfriend was blown away. She's like why did you like that guy I was like he was teaching me the whole time. Ah so 1 of the things he says is he goes you know what the problem with kids these days is I say don't know how to think they only know what they know and he says ah that. They believe that 2 plus 2 equals four which is true but they think that that's the only thing that equals four they don't realize that 3 plus 1 equal 4 this is the analogy he was using. You know they don't realize that 4 times 1 equals four. They only know that 2 plus 2 equals four. He says. 01:02:50.40 Max Shank It's kind of. 01:02:52.63 mikebledsoe They only know what they know they don't know how they got there and and and. 01:02:56.58 Max Shank I Know exactly what you're talking about.. It's like a reflexive fear-based reaction to like hey don't worry I know don't worry I know they're like regurgitating stuff that they learned but they don't have like any kind of logical. Thought process that can help them discover something different or New. They don't have a set of tactics that can help them learn something better. 01:03:23.95 mikebledsoe Right? So he said that and I go Wow. That's such a really simple way of explaining critical thinking versus whatever, whatever, not critical thinking would be but being a dumbass. Ah, is and so ah, yeah, if anyone been. 01:03:47.61 Max Shank What's more important. What's more important you own a business I own a business. What's more important if you're going to hire somebody that they already know a bunch of things or that they have the ability to learn new things. 01:03:54.80 mikebledsoe What. 01:04:01.22 mikebledsoe Oh definitely the ability to learn new things. Um, well, there's there's 2 different types of employees. You got the people that that Mcdonald's is shopping for which is we just want people to be able to follow the steps. Yeah, we want robots. 01:04:10.45 Max Shank Ah. 01:04:17.62 Max Shank Automatons. Yeah. 01:04:20.35 mikebledsoe Um, and then you have you know Google executives Those people are hired because they're not going to. You know they're going to create the rules they're going to think of new things right. 01:04:27.94 Max Shank They can see the big picture they can. They can think of what to do. It's like the difference between being a ah Master chef and a soou chef where you're just preparing the diced vegetables. 01:04:40.20 mikebledsoe Yeah, and the the problem is is we're we're closing out 2021 here in the next couple months and ah, all those jobs can be that don't require creativity are going away. They're being replaced by robots. Ah, those amazon jobs won't be around much longer truck truckers won't be around in 1015 years that won't be a thing and that makes a but lot of people that's a lot of employment so you know that we're 60000. 01:05:16.63 Max Shank We'll probably go to more service business. 01:05:18.99 mikebledsoe You know we're now 60000 ah truck drivers short in the United states as part of the you know? yeah I read. 01:05:23.57 Max Shank I I didn't know that I met a guy who I thought was really dumb but he was actually really smart because he was like a pretty young kid when I was doing Moyai and he owned like 5 semi trucks by the time he was twenty 2 Did n't graduate high school and he started driving a truck and then he bought another truck and then he bought another truck and he just he was like retired he was like 25 years old is like it was great but he sounded dumb and about a lot of no, he really did. 01:05:51.19 mikebledsoe Wow brilliant. 01:06:00.36 mikebledsoe Well, he found his strategy. 01:06:02.16 Max Shank Ah, nice guy exactly That's what I mean like you you don't want to compare everybody with the same measuring stick because however you measure yourself That's also going to be the same stick that you beat yourself with basically well which if you're into that I mean that's fine. But. 01:06:08.13 mikebledsoe Right. 01:06:19.37 mikebledsoe I've always thought of myself as quite the masochist so works out. 01:06:25.54 Max Shank That's why we get along so well I'm a little more sadistic and you're a little more masochistic. 01:06:27.42 mikebledsoe Am Yeah, you're the dom fits. 01:06:31.64 Max Shank I Think everybody knew that already. 01:06:38.24 Max Shank Ah. 01:06:38.28 mikebledsoe Ah, alright, let's wrap this bad boy up any any closing thoughts. Yeah. 01:06:43.66 Max Shank On learning. Ah when it comes to learning the most important thing is that it's important to you that you use it and that you continue to use it and. When it comes to learning movement. Probably the thing that people miss the most is going super slow like even a super slow walk across the room. Super slow walk across the room with your eyes closed take the normal movements you do close your eyes try to do it as slow as possible. Try to do it as fast as possible. Try to change the angle a little bit and deliberately go outside of that normal range and there are a lot of other ways but I'll just keep it brief I would say maybe changing the speeds is like 1 of the most powerful ways. Especially really slowing down and. Consciously moving through the entire movement and then just be careful who you choose as a mentor for overall learning. 01:07:44.74 mikebledsoe Yeah, love it. Yeah, stop listening to our show. Um, now you so. My my final thoughts are what what are your be intentional. So the best way to learn is to be intentional with each moment that goes by and that's something that's practicing itself but ask yourself why you're doing something so as max was talking about. Um, learning a new skill. Why am I why am I squatting today you know am I doing it fast am I doing it slow. Why always be in the why why you're doing something and the more time you spend in the intention and understanding the why. But when you're doing anything. Probably find yourself take more time take more care and the quality of that go up I think that quality is definitely the result of learning so that's all I got Appreciate. Conversation today max where can people find you. 01:08:58.41 Max Shank Thank you brother I can be found at Maxshank Dot Com or at macshank everywhere you can Also Google me, there's also there's a ton of stuff out there. 01:09:06.35 mikebledsoe Whatever you do don't get google my name. Ah it'll be you get a mixed bag of things you find me find me on Instagram at mike underscore blood. So and. 01:09:15.46 Max Shank Don't really. If there was ever way to make people want to Google you that was it. 01:09:25.00 mikebledsoe Ah Shh telling him my secret later yall love me max. 01:09:31.43 Max Shank Love you buddy.

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
1771: Protect Yourself From Inflation, Largest Wealth Transfer We've Ever Seen, Are We in a Housing Bubble? Hartman Comparison Index™

Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:19


Today Jason talks about the debt-based asset class, how we should never have the FOMO- fear of missing out when investing in real estate, how to ride the economic storms! He also shares his speech at an Investment Fund Conference in Utah about inflation, government intrusion and censorship, and why you should use his inflation induced debt destruction strategy to protect yourself from the hidden tax of inflation and the largest wealth transfer we've ever seen! Key Takeaways: [1:43] Stock vs. Bond market and how it affects real estate [2:34] Competitive Markets and a deep dive on the Hartman Comparison Index [4:40] Debt-based asset class and economy [6:00] Money is LENT into existence [8:36] FOMO and riding the economic storms [10:35] Timing the money [11:57] Tax planning and the two economies Investment Fund Conference Utah Part 1 [12:50] Welcome Jason Hartman [13:25] Are we in a bubble? Winning with inflation [16:30] A background on Jason Hartman [17:45] The dollar has lost 96% of its value since its inception [19:50] Shorting the dollar- a very powerful strategy [22:00] Long term macroeconomic view [23:03] The two major value drivers: scarcity and utility [25:45] Tweedledee and Tweedledum [27:05] Reserve currency of the world [28:45] "Eat the rich!" [30:10] The best business plan of governments and central banks [31:35] Inflation- a thief with an army [33:45] My favorite four letter word [35:15] Mortgage payment obligation [36:05] Joe the plumber and wealth distribution   Mentions:  Debt: The First 5,000 Years Paperback by David Graeber The Collective Mastermind with Ken McElroy (and George Gammon)   The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year???  This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172  Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else  http://JasonHartman.com/Fund  Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit www.JasonHartman.com Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization          

Recovery Elevator
RE 354: Holiday Survival Kit

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 64:45


Episode 354   Today we have Cordell.  He is 38, from North Dakota, and took his last drink on December 6, 2017.   Highlights from Odette   Odette has some helpful hints to contribute to Paul's Holiday Survival Guide.  Odette suggests 1) have a fun escape plan, 2) offer to do the dishes, 3) dig into your arsenal of why's.   Beyond tips, Odette suggests really focusing on effective communications.  Set expectations in advance, particularly with those closest to you so they understand you are committed to staying sober, even if it means leaving early.  You don't have to burn the ships either, you can reference plans early the next day.  Odette says having a puppy is a great reason to leave a party early.    Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20   [6:05] Cordell took his last drink December 6, 2017.  He is 38 and has a wife and 3 kids.  He spends lots of time chasing kids and he works in a coal mine.  Sobriety is the best choice he ever made.   Cordell was raised in a Christian family with lots of family gatherings in a small town with lots of alcohol.  Taking a sip of his parents' drink was common.  In high school, alcohol was a given, part of the norm.  Cordell didn't drink to have fun; he drank to get wasted.  He started working as a welder and drinking was part of the routine.   At 22 he decided he needed help.  He smoked pot and took other drugs, and it had a spiraling effect.  He went to a 30-day Intensive Outpatient program.  He was sober for almost a year and decided he had it under control.  He would drink 1-2 beers at a party and “drink responsibly”.    At 24, his girlfriend was pregnant.  He wasn't ready to be a father and his drinking really took off.   He lost his job, his friends, his car and was at rock bottom.  He met his son for the first time when he was 3 months old.  Meeting his son encouraged him to clean up his act a bit.  He quit taking drugs but continued to drink.  He moved in with his girlfriend, got a job and maintained as a functioning alcoholic.  His daughter was born two years later.  Almost immediately after his daughter was born, his girlfriend was pregnant again.      Cordell was often put in jail for fighting with his girlfriend.  He eventually got a job at the coal mine.  He and his girlfriend got married.  His drinking slowed, but extra income became an opportunity to start taking drugs again.  He was fired after a random drug screen.  His drinking and using escalated and his wife kicked him out.  He moved in with a buddy who was also drinking and drugging.    Ultimately, he went to rehab.  The withdrawal was hell, but he found new tools to have fun, and started to surround himself with healthy people.  Now he coaches wrestling, volleyball and is actively engaged with his kids.  He talks to his sponsor daily and he has learned how to apologize.    Kris's Summary Kris reminds us our path isn't linear.  He speaks about binging on feelings and emotions.  He is physically and emotionally exhausted.  Kris encourages us to shift our thinking an reframe recovery as a gift.  We learn how to feel and sit with our feelings, know they aren't permanent and move forward.  Stick with it!   Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Survival Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense MINDFULNESS Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day Have a fun escape plan Offer to do the dishes Study your why's   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
FOMOndays: How to Host a Group Meditation

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:14


This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
SOB: Big Gaming Signals NFTS Are Closer to Mainstream

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 38:26


This episode is sponsored by Nexo.io.With NFTs continuing their rapid advance into mainstream cultural awareness, how much is FOMO (fear of missing out) and how much is real? On today's episode we investigate and discuss the evolving battle lines in the nascent world of triple-A gaming NFTs and whether these early announcements are a signal or just noise.Recent statements or comments:Electronic ArtsUbisoftEpic GamesSteamXboxLater, the hosts explore the still-to-come moment when the behemoths of game publishing select which blockchain or blockchains will be their native NFT layer. Are we in for a repeat of the corporate adoption story? Or will big-budget games become a new differentiating factor, elevating their chosen partners to de-facto “incumbent” status?-Nexo is a powerful, all-in-one crypto platform where you can securely store your assets. Invest, borrow, exchange and earn up to 12% APR on Bitcoin and 20+ other top coins. Insured for $375M and audited in real-time by Armanino, Nexo is rated excellent on Trustpilot. Get started today at nexo.io.-Photo by Igor Karimov on Unsplash, modified by Speaking of BitcoinSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Optimal Finance Daily
1724: [Part 2] Financial FOMO: What, Why and How To Avoid It by Joel of 5AMJoel on Practicing Gratitude

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 10:41


Joel of 5AM Joel talks about financial FOMO and how to avoid it. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1724: [Part 2] Financial FOMO: What, Why and How To Avoid It by Joel of 5AMJoel on Practicing Gratitude Joel is a 35-year old living in Los Angeles with his wife and their dog. He was born and raised in Australia and moved to the US when he was 22. About 4 years ago he started getting up every morning at 5am. It started as one of those 30 day challenges, but after the challenge was over, Joel never stopped. He started noticing major improvements in his work, health, relationships and happiness in life. Joel sends out a short daily message at 5am each morning. He writes about happiness, positivity and learning to be a better human. The original post is located here: http://5amjoel.com/financial-fomo/  To start building your wealth and get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to Wealthfront.com/OFD  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Woman's Hour
Weekend Woman's Hour: Beverley Knight, Melanie Sykes, Cinderella

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 56:58


‘The Drifters Girl' is a musical which tells the story of Faye Treadwell, one of the first Black women to manage a vocal group in the US. Singer and actor Beverley Knight plays Faye. We discuss the ongoing appeal of the Cinderella story with Faye Campbell who is playing Cinderella at York Theatre Royal and Dr Nicola Darwood who recently co-edited a new book with Alexis Weedon called Re-telling Cinderella: Cultural and Creative Transformations. On Tuesday Sikh Women's Aid launched a report into domestic abuse and child sexual abuse within the Sikh community. Conducted via anonymous surveys sent out over the summer, the survey of nearly 700 respondents showed that 70% had experienced domestic violence and 35% had experienced child sexual abuse or exploitation. To tell us more about this report and what can be done to help the issue, we're joined by the co-founder of Sikh Women's Aid and co-author of the report, Sahdaish Pall. We used to have YOLO, then FOMO, now we have HOGO. Post lockdown, the fear of missing out no longer plagues us. We have become too comfortable sitting on our sofas watching TV. The effort of putting good clothes on and leaving the house is too much. This hassle of going out (HOGO) has been blamed by the hospitality industry for an increase in the number of no-shows at restaurants and paid-for live events. We talk to psychotherapist and author of Happy Relationships: At Home, Work and Play, Lucy Beresford and actor Sadie Clark whose play, Algorithms, is on at Soho Theatre in December. TV and radio presenter Melanie Sykes has just announced that she's been diagnosed with autism at the age of 51. She says it's 'truly life changing, or rather life affirming… and so many things make sense'. She tells us more. Presenter Zara McDermott's new BBC documentary explores sexual harassment, teenagers, and what impact school is having. We speak to Zara and two contributors who feature in the documentary - activist Zan Moon and 14 year old Trinity.

Optimal Finance Daily
1723: [Part 1] Financial FOMO: What, Why and How To Avoid It by Joel of 5AMJoel on Practicing Gratitude

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 9:55


Joel of 5AM Joel talks about financial FOMO and how to avoid it. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1723: [Part 1] Financial FOMO: What, Why and How To Avoid It by Joel of 5AMJoel on Practicing Gratitude Joel is a 35-year old living in Los Angeles with his wife and their dog. He was born and raised in Australia and moved to the US when he was 22. About 4 years ago he started getting up every morning at 5am. It started as one of those 30 day challenges, but after the challenge was over, Joel never stopped. He started noticing major improvements in his work, health, relationships and happiness in life. Joel sends out a short daily message at 5am each morning. He writes about happiness, positivity and learning to be a better human. The original post is located here: http://5amjoel.com/financial-fomo/  If you're looking to supercharge your investment search and want to close on better deals while investing less time, head over to Awning.com/ofd   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Coffee With Creators
Ignore FOMO - Timing is everything!

Coffee With Creators

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 68:18


Want to be on Coffee with Creators? Email us at coffeewithcreatorspodcast@gmail.com or DM us on Instagram @coffeewcreators Buy us a virtual cup of coffee :) https://anchor.fm/coffee-with-creators/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffee-with-creators/support

Brunch with Desb Podcast
I'M CALLING, AND YOU NEED TO PICK UP (Ep. 90)

Brunch with Desb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 3:43


YOU YES I'M TALKING TO YOU! I have a quick PSA for you today and I don't want you to miss out and FOMO to set in. 4weeks4gains is live right now and if you want to keep listening to this podcast and looking at my shit, you need to sign up. Just kidding. But seriously, check out the link below.   purchase 4weeks4gains OR ELSE: https://train.desbfittraining.com/workout-plans/134689/purchase/   Join betterhelp today - www.betterhelp.com/desb code “desb” for 10% off your first month! #ad #sponsored Apply to work with me 1-1: https://dbft.typeform.com/desbcoaching    Follow @brunchwithdesb on insta: www.instagram.com/brunchwithdesb Hit me up: https://shor.by/DESB  OPEN FACEBOOK FITNESS COMMUNITY: www.facebook.com/groups/dbftcommunity  Join my LIVE workout subscription: WWW. PATREON.COM/DESB   Did you miss out on the last 6 week challenge?! Be sure to join my email list for our new challenge opening January 3rd, merch, and weekly motivation from me: http://eepurl.com/dy2JLz OR join my app here: https://train.desbfittraining.com/trainers/312078/landing   PARAGON FITWEAR: code “desb” to save 11% PTULA ACTIVE: code “desb” to support me HYDROJUG: code “desb” to save 10% and stay hydrated af TULA SKINCARE: code “desb” to glow off with your skin and save 15% ALANI NUTRITION: code “desb” for free shipping over $50 and support me BUFFBUNNY COLLECTION: code “desb” to support   instagram ➭ https://www.instagram.com/desb___ twitter ➭ https://twitter.com/desbfit youtube ➭ https://www.youtube.com/desireescogginfitness  facebook ➭ https://www.facebook.com/desbfittraining my weekly emails ➭ https://mailchi.mp/a0ed2b83e2ec/dbfts... official website  ➭ https://www.desbfittraining.com   ---------------------------------------------------   Shop my fitness app programs: https://train.desbfittraining.com/trainers/312078/landing  Shop DBFT merch and glute BANDS: https://desbfittraining.myshopify.com ---------------------------------------------------   F A Q   -what's your real name? Desiree   -what's your instagram? www.instagram.com/desb___   -how old are you? 25   -how tall are you? 5'7   -whats your Spotify playlist? https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0c1...   -skin care routine? https://www.tula.com / CODE "desb" to save 20% -my huge water jug? https://www.thehydrojug.com / CODE: "desb" to save $   -supplements I use? https://www.alaninu.com / CODE "desb"   AND   -how to find my free stuff and codes? https://shor.by/DESB 

比爾的財經廚房
#S2–91 DAO,一個人類組織的偉大實驗

比爾的財經廚房

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 11:40


幣圈裡面有個術語叫「FOMO」,也就是Fear Of Missing Out,害怕錯過機會的意思。因為整個產業高速發展,所以很多新同學都會感到非常驚恐,深怕會錯過了。我雖然接觸幣圈的時間比大家稍早,但我也必須說,很多東西我也都不懂,也都是邊走邊看,然後你會發現,那些過去你不懂的東西,只要他是好東西,有一天他重新出現在你面前的時候,你就突然懂了。今天要跟大家聊聊DAO,去中心化自治組織。主要談的內容,很多是我最近看的這本新書《加密貨幣的政治與經濟》,突然發現的寶物,跟大家分享。有興趣也推薦你去找這本書來看。其實書中主要是講很多加密貨幣的歷史,如果翻著翻著也就過去了。但是我最近腦袋裡面都在想DAO,到底是什麼?然後突然在書中看到相關的故事,他不是專門在談DAO,但卻解開了我的疑惑。 智能合約 DAO 第一個DAO Defi+NFT+DAO --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/u694au6bd4u723e/message

The World's First Podcast with Erin & Sara Foster

This week, Erin and Sara cover the challenge of looking inward, why our egos get in the way of living our best lives, how to deal with a womanizer, FOMO, and more.Executive Producers: Erin Foster, Sara Foster, and Allison BresnickAssociate Producer: Montana McBirneyAudio Engineer: Josh WindischThis episode is sponsored by: HigherDOSE (Higherdose.com/foster)Modern Fertility (modernfertility.com/foster)Calm (calm.com/foster)KiwiCo (kiwico.com PROMO CODE: Foster)Rothy's (rothys.com/FOSTER)

The Element Podcast | Hunting, Public Land, Tactics, Whitetail Deer, Wildlife, Travel, Conservation, Politics and more.
E228: Tyler‘s BIGGEST Buck Ever!?! Hunting Public Land Kansas Giants (Stalking Deer With Onx Maps, Long Shots With Archery Gear, Saddle and Ground Hunting, Rut FOMO, Giving Thanks This Thanksgiving)

The Element Podcast | Hunting, Public Land, Tactics, Whitetail Deer, Wildlife, Travel, Conservation, Politics and more.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 82:01


Tyler tells his experience hunting the rut in Kansas and shooting what just might be his BIGGEST BUCK EVER!   First Kansas Rut Episode: Chasing a BOONER in Kansas!  Be sure and subscribe on YOUTUBE so you can experience all the action on film!   Big SOUTH DAKOTA Buck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7Ox_j-7UOM   BUY ONE OF OUR NEW SHIRTS and HOODIES! www.theelementwild.com/shop   The MAP SCOUT CHALLENGE powered by OnX  THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC LAND WHITETAIL MAP SCOUTING CONTENT EVER CREATED ON YOUTUBE.  -A ten part video series featuring Tyler Jones and K.C. Smith from The Element map scouting, putting eyes and feet on the deer country, then explaining their findings so that you can learn how to find, hunt, and arrow big bucks!   TOP 4 BIGGEST BUCKS ON PUBLIC LAND!   K.C.'s KANSAS PUBLIC LAND BUCK FILM   Watch the Video from Tyler's Illinois Public Land Giant! BIGGEST 8 POINT EVER!!!   MAKE SURE YOU ARE SUBSCRIBED to our Youtube Channel. **GIANT TEXAS PUBLIC BUCK**   The best map app there is. Find Access to YOUR public lands with OnX Maps. Know where you stand. #onxhunt   Durable Customizable Arrows, Quality Components, Good People, Fast Shipping. Vector Custom Shop Comfort and Mobility Matter. Go With The Best of Both. CRUZR Tree Saddles   Need Some Dependable Trail Cameras That Won't Break The Bank? Moultrie Trail Cameras         To find out more on Texas Public Land opportunities, visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website. TPWD   Go check out what The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is doing on the front lines for clean air, clean water, and wildlife! TRCP    Rock out with Tyler and the Tribe!  

Fun With Dumb
Retiring From Rap? - Fun With Dumb - Ep. 162

Fun With Dumb

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 99:24


It's Thanksgiving week and the fellas have gathered to talk about what they're thankful for. Join Dumbfoundead, Lyricks, and Rekstizzy as they look back on this years growth, talk about overcoming FOMO, rapping in your mid-30's, the emotional response to haggling, and the art of gift giving. Live every Tuesday at 1pm PST: https://twitch.tv/dumbfoundeadlive Follow the IG: https://www.instagram.com/funwithdumb Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/8yGWv8V Hosted by: Dumbfoundead https://www.instagram.com/dumbfoundead https://twitter.com/dumbfoundead​​​​​ Lyricks: https://www.instagram.com/yox_rick​​​​ https://www.youtube.com/yearoftheox​​​​​ https://www.twitch.tv/oxgang Rekstizzy: https://www.instagram.com/rekstizzy https://www.twitch.tv/rekstizzy P.O. BOX Address: Jon Park 941 S. Vermont Ave. #44 Los Angeles, CA 90006 Intro Animation by: @yeetheeast Intro Song by: @sweater_beats "Fun With Dumb" Producers: Jonathan Park Alex Kim Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Woman's Hour
Sheila Rowbotham; Sikh Women's Aid; Stella Creasy; HOGO; Motherhood & elite sport

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:45


Yesterday Sikh Women's Aid launched a report into domestic abuse and child sexual abuse within the Sikh community. Conducted via anonymous surveys sent out over the summer, the survey of nearly 700 respondents showed that 70% had experienced domestic violence and 35% had experienced child sexual abuse or exploitation. To tell us more about this report and what can be done to help the issue, we're joined by the co-founder of Sikh Women's Aid and co-author of the report, Sahdaish Pall. Writer and historian Sheila Rowbotham helped start the Women's Liberation Movement in Britain. She organised and spoke at its first conference at Ruskin College, Oxford, she went on to encourage night cleaners to unionize and she wrote many ground breaking boojavascript:void(0)ks, including Women, Resistance and Revolution, Woman's Consciousness, Man's World and Hidden from History. This all happened in the 1970s and Sheila writes about it in her second and latest memoir, 'Daring to Hope: My life in the 1970s'. She joins Emma to discuss the many momentous feminist events of that decade. We used to have YOLO, then FOMO, now we have HOGO. Post lockdown, the fear of missing out no longer plagues us. We have become too comfortable sitting on our sofas watching TV. The effort of putting good clothes on and leaving the house is too much. This hassle of going out (HOGO) has been blamed by the hospitality industry for an increase in the number of no-shows at restaurants and paid-for live events. We talk to psychotherapist and author of Happy Relationships: At Home, Work and Play, Lucy Beresford and actor Sadie Clark whose play, Algorithms, is on at Soho Theatre in December. Motherhood and elite sport has felt like a taboo topic for many athletes in the past. Now official pregnancy guidance for Olympic and Paralympic athletes and sport governing bodies has been introduced for the first time by UK Sport. To discuss why this has been introduced now and how it will impact elite sportswomen, Emma is joined by five-time Olympic archer Naomi Folkard who contributed to UK Sport's consultation for the guidance and The Telegraph's Women's Sport reporter Molly McElwee. The judgment on the SEISS discrimination verdict appeal is expected today at 10.30am. It follows a claim by the campaign group Pregnant Then Screwed of indirect discrimination due to the way the Self Employed Income Support Scheme was calculated. Introduced in spring 2020 to give financial help to self-employed workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the group argued SEISS was unlawful because it disproportionately affected women who had not worked because of their pregnancy and childbirth. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Sahdaish Pall Interviewed Guest: Sheila Rowbotham Interviewed Guest: Stella Creasy Interviewed Guest: Lucy Beresford Interviewed Guest: Sadie Clark Interviewed Guest: Naomi Folkard Interviewed Guest: Molly McElwee Interviewed Guest: Jolie Brearley Photographer: Sally Fraser

UpOnly with Cobie & Ledger
Haralabos Voulgaris on owning Bitcoin and the value of self sovereignty

UpOnly with Cobie & Ledger

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 129:17


LinksHaralabob TwitterShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesBetting– Big betters work hard to conceal how and where they are betting– You don't just roll up to MGM and place huge bets usually– You do it through a bot that places bets on different websites instead– Then hope they pay out lol– Got rugged heavy in 2009 for like 7 figures then the guy made off to Panama or wherever– Books will refuse really good gamblers, but will accept “fish” as long as they sign that they aren't addicted lolCrypto– First saw it on Wired magazine when Bitcoin was around $1– Didn't jump in at first– Started using Bitcoin in 2012 to get paid– Ledger: “Did the process in how you thought about gambling transfer over to crypto?”– Hara: “Yes I think the fact it was governed by math”– Could insulate yourself from idiotic government policies and ideologies– Gotta think about how the dollar gets manipulated since Bitcoin will remain constant– Hara thinks at some point people will decide to increase the supply of Bitcoin– This is a flaming hot take sir – I respect it– We're gonna be old bags of dust and these kids are just gonna be living in the metaverse– It is so native and built into these kids– Ledger: “We're just gonna go away its gonna be like the blow off top of humanity”Metaverse– Cobie: “How do you think about NFTs?”– Hara likes 2017 era NFTs– Loves CryptoPunks – all about the narrative and the story– Likes the old stuff, some of the new stuff is just super out there– More of a Bitcoin maximalist even though Hara finds Bitcoin Maximalism super toxicBitcoin Maxis– A lot of them might've gotten burnt in 2017 and now just think everything is a scam– Calling anything that isn't Bitcoin is a shitcoin means that mentally there is something wrong with you– Cobie: “Part of the toxic maxis is that they missed out, then they join a cult and they have friends now and chant the same words and chant shitcoins and say “Udi you're wrong!” and then go somewhere else”– Hara: “The bullish case for me is when nations put Bitcoin on their balance sheet – they aren't gonna put Ethereum or Solana on there”Next Steps– Ledger: “What's next in your life?”Hara: “I think its about sovereignty”– Has always been an individual, wants to be protected instead of looking for gains– Crypto is the #1 way to preserver your wealth– Goal before was always to buy a basketball team (need about $1B) but once he got close he was like “idk i don't really wanna sell my Bitcoin for a basketball team” lolllllBasketball and NFTs– Ledger: “How's it feel to see these guys getting into NFTs? Does that worry you about where we are in the cycle?”– Not at all– Thinks that's not indicative of a top, we are nowhere even close to euphoria– People are out here protesting racism and other things– Thinks people might/ should be protesting the dollar, is surprised its not bigger yet– Hara likes the penguins! LFG– Hasn't bought NFTs in a long time– These athletes aren't buying punks cause they're always looking for a deal!Twitter NFT Integration– Cobie: “How is this going to go down with the furies”– Ledger doesn't get why these are so controversial– Hara wants to create an NFT project for all these furies– Ledger: “They already exist they're called FLUFs – I can give you a good deal on some if you want”– *Cobie and Hara making fun of FLUFs– Ledger: “Y'all just aren't gonna make it”Constitution DAO– Hara didn't do it, didn't get it– Thought it woulda been cool to get in then like burn it– Ledger: “That's a really good way to get regulators to pay attention to crypto” lolForks– People trade on FOMO so hard– Like there's some random ass ohm fork people ape into– ETH can get myspaced, all of this stuff can probably get replaced– Bitcoin can never get replaced– Bitcoin Diamond and Gold and Cash and all that stuff just no chance at allThe Flippening– If ETH gets to like 0.08 I'm probably a net seller of ETH– I don't like to say ahead of time because its so hard to know the context for the move– It probably signals a time to be cautious even when people are dancing in the streetsChat QuestionsSports world guys we need?– Steven A Smith– NFTs are the gateway drug of cryptoAnon account?– NoBitcoin volcano bond?– Interesting, can just buy El Salvador bond or Bitcoin though, don't need this although it is cool and interesting– Saylor will end with fireworks either way*The Winklevoss are the only people to ever refuse coming on UpOnly. What an outrageous decision.If you're 25 with 100k what do you do?– Would do crypto, trying to build something, tracking different wallets– Prob not Bitcoin would do something more aggressive, L2s, track engagement, wouldn't do leverageFINAL ALPHA– Hara: “Success = responsibility. Think about what is truly valuable and finite which is your time. Be mindful of your time and what you want to accomplish.”Notes by KevinMusic by GiovanniPickle

Norteando
#74 FOMO x JOMO: Fear of Missing Out vs. Joy of Missing Out

Norteando

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 52:41


Você sofre de FOMO (Fear of Missing Out / Medo de Estar Por Fora) ? Tem JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out/Alegria de estar por fora). Vem que as meninas do Norteando estão falando sobre essas expressões e os sentimentos que elas trazem. Edição: Gabriel Reis Siga o Norteando: Twitter: @Norteandopod / Instagram: @Norteandopod / Facebook: @norteandopod E se você gosta e quer apadrinhar esse podcast, é só clicar aqui no nosso Linktr.ee. E-mail: contato@norteandopodcast.com

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv
Do You Have Dev FOMO? ft. Yoav Ganbar - JSJ 510

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 80:01


Yoav Ganbar joins the Jabber crew to discuss Dev FOMO. He leads the panel through a discussion about adopting technologies and knowing about new niches. The panel discusses how to stay on top of the movements in our ecosystem and when we should prioritize other things. Panel Aimee KnightAJ O'NealCharles Max WoodDan ShappirSteve Edwards Guest Yoav Ganbar Sponsors Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Top End DevsCoaching | Top End Devs Links GitHub: Yoav Ganbar ( hamatoyogi )LinkedIn: Yoav GanbarTwitter: Yoav Ganbar ( @HamatoYogi ) Picks Aimee- What is SSH Tunneling, SSH Reverse Tunneling and SSH Port Forwarding? | TeleportAimee- Why Does Quantitative Easing Benefit the Rich?AJ- GitHub - ulid/spec: The canonical spec for ulidAJ- Jake Archibald on TwitterAJ- GitHub - Creeds of CraftsmanshipCharles- The Search for Planet XCharles- Author | Top End DevsDan- Core Web Vitals Technology ReportDan- The Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramYoav- Zack JacksonYoav- Next.js Conf 2021Yoav- daily.dev Special Guest: Yoav Ganbar.

JavaScript Jabber
Do You Have Dev FOMO? ft. Yoav Ganbar - JSJ 510

JavaScript Jabber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 80:01


Yoav Ganbar joins the Jabber crew to discuss Dev FOMO. He leads the panel through a discussion about adopting technologies and knowing about new niches. The panel discusses how to stay on top of the movements in our ecosystem and when we should prioritize other things. Panel Aimee KnightAJ O'NealCharles Max WoodDan ShappirSteve Edwards Guest Yoav Ganbar Sponsors Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Top End DevsCoaching | Top End Devs Links GitHub: Yoav Ganbar ( hamatoyogi )LinkedIn: Yoav GanbarTwitter: Yoav Ganbar ( @HamatoYogi ) Picks Aimee- What is SSH Tunneling, SSH Reverse Tunneling and SSH Port Forwarding? | TeleportAimee- Why Does Quantitative Easing Benefit the Rich?AJ- GitHub - ulid/spec: The canonical spec for ulidAJ- Jake Archibald on TwitterAJ- GitHub - Creeds of CraftsmanshipCharles- The Search for Planet XCharles- Author | Top End DevsDan- Core Web Vitals Technology ReportDan- The Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramYoav- Zack JacksonYoav- Next.js Conf 2021Yoav- daily.dev Special Guest: Yoav Ganbar.

Street Scholars
Ep 87 Somethings fishy

Street Scholars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 50:51


Anxiety, FOMO, friendsgiving and smelly vaginas all in one episode. Get comfortable and fasten your seatbelt. Its gonna be a rollercoaster episode. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nashvillepodcast/support

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone
A New Twist on Gratitude Part 1 & 2

Go-To Gal with Jaclyn Mellone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 36:34


Episode #201. Feeling a little FOMO this year? Wish things were different (don't we all!)? I'm here to share with you a twist on gratitude that will have you feeling truly grateful no matter what's happening at home. Listen now for a mindset makeover that will open your eyes to the opportunities all around you.In This Episode You'll Learn:A unique perspective on gratitude to focus on this seasonThe huge comparison trap we fall into all too oftenHow to step up your gratitude and dive into new possibilitiesHow to bring an “explorer mindset” to your business and personal lifeFavorite Quotes“In this world we're in now, it's so easy to get caught up in the comparison trap. The grass is always greener through Instagram filters!”“What if we already have everything that we want and we just haven't uncovered it yet?”“Lean into gratitude. Just trust that it's all there and that it's all happening.”Discussed on the ShowChris Winfield on the Go-to Gal podcast

The SociEATy Podcast
My Top Tips for Holiday Eating!

The SociEATy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 40:10


Holiday season is upon us, and that means, for some of us, increased anxiety about food! You might have a sinking feeling in your belly, worrying about all of the delicious food that tends to come with the holidays! That doesn't have to be the case, though, and I am here in this episode to walk you through all of the ins and outs of eating during the holiday season! Diet culture resulting in articles with headlines such as How to Eat Healthy During the Holidays doesn't help matters. In fact, it's probably because of that that so many of us deal with anxiety around holiday eating in the first place! A lot of those tips are about stuffing yourself with salad so that you don't stuff yourself with stuffing, but rest assured, that is not the type of tip that you can expect to hear from me in this episode! I start with what I feel you should do before eating during the holidays – so before the holiday treats arrive. Visualization is so key because it works, so visualize what it would look like for you to enjoy food from that holiday treat tray – to truly enjoy it and experience it without diet culture looking over your shoulder trying to make you feel guilty about it. I also share that you should survey the food and what's available before taking a plate so that you might prevent the my eyes were bigger than my stomach problem. I also discuss mindful eating – what that means and how to go about doing it, including but not limited to gauging how satisfying the food is and assessing what memories are associated with the foods that you eat. I address how to deal with food FOMO (fear of missing out) and what to do if you want more of something even when you know that eating more would not make you feel very good. I also point toward what to do after the meal is done, affirming that yes, you need to move on but that you should first reflect on the experience. I really hope that you enjoy listening to this episode of The SociEATy Podcast! I hope that these tips are helpful for you, and I want you to feel empowered and to begin working toward intuitive eating if you haven't already. Holidays should be a time to make memories, not to stress about food! I would also be very grateful if you were to leave a review on whatever platform that you use to listen as I read each and every one of your reviews and it helps us continue to do this. If you aren't already, be sure to also subscribe to The SociEATy Podcast so that you never miss an episode!   Time Stamps [1:13] – We discover that eating during the holiday season is this episode's topic. [3:27] – Colleen defines what “healthy” eating during the holidays means to her. [5:50] – Colleen encourages us to do visualization before holiday eating. [13:46] – We learn how to anticipate how hungry we're going to be going into a holiday meal. [19:17] – Colleen tells us that we should survey food before taking a plate. [21:50] – We are instructed to eat mindfully. [25:55] – We can also, Colleen shares with us, use the hunger scale during the holiday season. [28:18] – Colleen addresses food FOMO (fear of missing out). [30:18] – Colleen shifts toward what to do after the meal is done. [36:50] – Colleen summarizes all of the tips from the episode.   Links and Resources Colleen Christensen Nutrition – Website The SociEATy - Become a Member The SociEATy's Instagram Page Colleen's Instagram Page Colleen's YouTube Page The SociEATy Podcast - “Order the Burger! How To Relieve Restaurant Anxiety & Enjoy Date Night Again” Ultimate 5 Step Guide To Food Freedom 5 Eating Tips For Holidays & Celebrations Equilibria - Website

Thai Pham
DÒNG TIỀN THAM LAM, FOMO ĐIÊN CUỒNG SẼ KÉO THỊ TRƯỜNG LÊN TIẾP HAY CUỐN TRÔI THỊ TRƯỜNG?

Thai Pham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 66:44


DÒNG TIỀN THAM LAM, FOMO ĐIÊN CUỒNG SẼ KÉO THỊ TRƯỜNG LÊN TIẾP HAY CUỐN TRÔI THỊ TRƯỜNG? Dòng tiền điên sẽ kéo thị trường đi lên hay cuốn trôi thị trường? Tại sao tôi lại đặt vấn đề như vậy, đón xem nhé bạn hữu! 00:00 - Chứng khoán Mỹ biến động trái chiều, dù vậy việc tích lũy điều chỉnh sau khi vượt đỉnh là cần thiết 3:15 - Chính sách tài khóa chuẩn bị đạt "đỉnh cao" 5:00 - Fed tiến tới Tapering từ tháng 11/2021, nhưng không tăng lãi suất ngay 7:28 - Chỉ số chứng khoán Mỹ 12:46 - Giá dầu 20:25 - Coivd-19 đang dần biến mất tại Nhật Bản 27:03 - Lạm phát là câu chuyện rất gần 33:00 - Những "đống rác" đầu cơ luôn sẵn sàng xuất hiện: chứng khoán và cả đất đai 43:15 - Bản đồ nhiệt Kungfustockpro, tự doanh, nđt nước ngoài tiếp tục bán ròng 47:00 - Lần này sẽ khác? 55:20 - Đầu cơ là công việc kinh doanh có xác suất, không phải canh bạc 50/50

Deviate with Rolf Potts
Digital nomadism [bonus]: How technology has changed the way we travel

Deviate with Rolf Potts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 20:45


"When you smell a place, that's when your experience of it starts.” – Rolf Potts Wade Shepard (@vagabondjourney) is an itinerant writer and filmmaker who has been traveling the world, through ninety countries, since 1999. Digital nomads interested in lending experiences or insights to the documentary film The Nomads can contact Wade at wadeshepard@protonmail.com. Notable Links: Baywatch (TV show) Damara (African ethnic group) Herrero (African ethnic group) @lukeoakvt (Rolf's nephew's TikTok account) Malagasy invasion of Africa (10th century battle) Pollyanna principle (positivity bias) Mursi (African ethnic group) FOMO (fear of missing out) The Beach (1996 novel) The Beach (2000 film) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at deviate@rolfpotts.com.

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
FOMOndays: Lets Talk About Theranos

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 14:48


This is FOMOnday, the snackable companion to FOMO Sapiens that starts your week with hot takes, life hacks, listener mail, and even some FOMO therapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Loud Mouth Love
Episode 14 - NOMO FOMO

Loud Mouth Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 45:07


Charite dives into FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). This episode dives into the anxiety of missing out on social activities, career and love. This one of my most personal episode yet! Turn your Fear into Joy!

Middle Children
Between Broadway Shows and Winter Flower Festivals

Middle Children

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 65:15


Chris LOVES The Waitress, he tells us some stories to kick this week off! Jessie bought some tickets too because her sister is coming to town. We get into some funny stories about the Post Office and then catch up about our upcoming plans. We slide into a Hallmark: Love Blooming, seriously hilarious you can't miss it.   Did you know it's a party over at the Patreon? Do you have FOMO yet?

Mike's Hard Game Cast
Bringing Dogs To The Zoo

Mike's Hard Game Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 76:54


Today we talk about Jackbox without Brock, fancy desk chairs, Commander Ken, Simba's FOMO & ask a million questions of our good friend Chris. #itsfuckingkismetShoutouts to our sponsor GetaThreads! #whatsyourdogsname

Recovery Elevator
RE 353: It's a Week to be Thankful

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 57:33


Episode 353 – It's a Week to be Thankful   Today we have Jan.  She is from Connecticut and took her last drink on February 1, 2021.   Restore – intensive on-online dry January 15 session course. Registration opens 12/1/21. Costa Rica starts January 15. Email kate@recoveryelevator.com to get on waiting list. AF Sober Ukulele (8 week) course starts 2/5/2022. Registration opens January 7th. Denver Retreat (3/31 – 4/2) Register: https://www.recoveryelevator.com/denver/   Café RE donated $15,094.73 to organizations and non-profits geared towards helping those affected by addiction.   Highlights from Paul   Paul is encouraging listeners to develop a game plan for the holidays.  Last week he encouraged us to: 1) create a detailed craving plan, 2) turn FOMO into JOMO by saying no and, 3) pick a holiday theme song.   Paul shares that when we make the decision to not drink, an unbelievable amount of energy is released. This is less about staying away from alcohol and more about creating a life that doesn't require alcohol. When we're drinking there is no space mentally for this new life.   This week Paul encourages us to:  1) select a Thanksgiving AF beverage, 2) schedule one minute of intense mindfulness and, 3) sticky note – write a reminder, goal or affirmation and put it somewhere you can see it.      Remember what the holiday is all about, being grateful for all the gifts we have including the adversity that inspired us to go alcohol free.  Paul's pep talks can be found here:  https://www.recoveryelevator.com/meditations/   Exact Nature exactnature.com Code:  RE20   [14:34] Jan took her last drink 2/1/2021.  She is 71 years old and has a son.  She is a massage therapist, health coach, dog sitter and loves hiking, audiobooks, and photography.   Jan started drinking went she went to school overseas in Italy.  It was part of the culture. She drank and experimented with drugs through college.  She had serious health consequences because of her drinking.  She worked at several resorts and met her husband who loved to drink.    Jan went to AA and stayed sober for four years.  She returned to drinking for twenty years.   She struggled with mental health issues, anxiety, and panic attacks.   She spent a lot of time in psychiatric hospitals and was encouraged not to drink.  Jan went to 4 or 5 different treatment centers.  The tipping point came when her son pushed her to quit.  Jan pretended to take Antabuse in front of her son and maintaining the facade was exhausting.  A friend of her son's recommended Café RE; the connection she found within Café RE was very helpful.    Jan loves “We are the Luckiest” by Laura McKowen and recalls hearing, “find a room that works and stick with it,” and that resonated for her.  She steers clear of situations where people are drinking alcohol.  The obsession has lifted.    Odette's Summary Odette reflects on Café Re's recent regionals event.  The theme was acceptance.  Odette reads a beautiful passage from Melody Beattie about acceptance.  https://melodybeattie.com/acceptance-2/      Sponsor: Exact Nature exactnature.com  Code:  RE20   Holiday 2021 AF Strategy Guide   Stock up on your favorite AF beverages or another type of treat. Begin a new healthy practice that you enjoy. Develop a detailed craving game plan. FOMO to JOMO - Pick an upcoming event and sit it out. Select a Holiday Theme Song. Pick your Thanksgiving beverage of choice and enjoy One minute of intense MINDFULNESS Sticky Note - Write a reminder, affirmation, or goal on a sticky note and place it somewhere where you'll see it each day   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes   

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast
Podcast 336: Is FOMO messing up your mental health? Here's how to to take back control.

Dr. Caroline Leaf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:05


Get your tickets to my 2021 Mental Health Retreat (Dec 3-4): https://www.drleafconference.com EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk about something I am sure you have all experienced at least once in your life: FOMO, or the fear of missing out. This is a mindset that is similar to the “if only, could have, would have” mindset I discussed in a previous podcast and blog. It can quickly steal our sense of peace and impact our wellbeing if we don't learn how to manage it! Read the show blog here: https://drleaf.com/blogs/news/fomo Get my new book Cleaning up Your Mental Mess here: https://www.cleaningupyourmentalmess.com Download my new and improved brain detox app here: https://neurocycle.app Sign up to join my free text program and receive mental health care tips. Just text DRLEAF to 1 (833) 285 3747 Get a free Cleaning up Your Mental Mess workbook when you subscribe to my weekly email at drleaf.com! OFFERS FROM OUR SPONSORS: -Public Goods: Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order with NO MINIMUM purchase. Just go to https://www.publicgoods.com/DRLEAF. -LMNT: For a limited time, you can claim a free LMNT Sample Pack at http://drinklmnt.com/Leaf -Blinkist: To get your free week on Blinkist AND 25% off your subscription see: https://www.blinkist.com/DRLEAF. PODCAST HIGHLIGHTS: 2:21 What is FOMO? 5:45 Mindsets that block us 6:00 FOMO & social media 7:00, 11:30 The dangers of comparing your life to others 10:21 Why do we have FOMO? 13:40 How toxic mindsets & belief systems can impact our health 16:00 Envy & FOMO 19:00, 24:10, 33:20 How to use mind-management & the Neurocycle to manage FOMO ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: -Visit my website at https://drleaf.com for more free resources Follow me on social media for daily mental health tips & strategies: -Instagram: @drcarolineleaf: https://www.instagram.com/drcarolineleaf/- -Facebook: Dr. Caroline Leaf: https://www.facebook.com/drleaf -Twitter: @drcarolineleaf: https://twitter.com/DrCarolineLeaf -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/drcarolineleaf --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Girlfriends & Business
69. Creating Your Badass List: Say “So Long” to Imposter Syndrome with Jen Gottlieb

Girlfriends & Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 37:16


We Talk About: Jen's life: where she came from and what she's doing now Self-promotion as a duty to yourself and others The Badass List: how to beat imposter syndrome   Resources: Jen's website Super Connector Media Follow Jen: @jen_gottlieb Follow Alli: @alliwebb Follow Lori: @loriharder Follow Brittany: @britdrisc   Show Notes: Jen Gottlieb is the manifestation queen. She's created an amazing life and wants to help all of you do it, too. But as we know, everyone pushing themselves to do new, better things runs into the dreaded imposter syndrome sooner or later. Luckily for us, Jen shares exactly how to get rid of it.   Question Highlights: Tell me how you got here. Does self-promotion have to be a bad thing? What is The Badass List? How did you manifest the friendship circle you have now?   Guest Bio: When Jen was 10 years old, she had a moment that she'll never forget. She was performing on stage, singing “Tomorrow” from Annie. When she stopped, the audience applauded and she remembers saying to herself, “This is exactly what I want to do for the rest of my life.” So she did just that. She moved to NYC, studied musical theater, toured on Broadway, and hosted 14 seasons of a TV show. And then she found a new passion. Now she does PR: helping you get in Money Magazine, Oprah.com, on stage at that major event – whatever you need to be seen to bring in the boatload of high-ticket leads and the street cred that makes you #1 in your industry. She found her life's work: helping entrepreneurs like you go from FOMO to famous. 

In Reality: Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs

The entrepreneurial path is offered a roller coaster ride with extreme highs and lows. In this episode, our host John Rebecchi, Ph.D. (M.B.A. '83) sat down with Hillel Fuld, a Global Speaker, Technology Blogger, Vlogger, Writer and Business Advisor. Named Israel's top marketer, Hillel shares his journey towards going all in on his passion while dealing with imposter syndrome. Listen in as we learn why writing skills is crucial, how creating FOMO (fear of missing out) is essential as an entrepreneur and what it means to be an impactful leader.  Get in touch with Hillel Fuld on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Transform My Dance Studio – The Podcast For Dance Studio Owners

A brand new episode of the Transform My Dance Studio Podcast has just hit the airwaves, and I hope you're ready because this week our guest hosts are taking you and your studio from zero to 60 miles per hour in no time! It's Part 4 of our 6-part special, CEO Coffee Chat with Heather & Patti, and this week is all about staying in your lane while standing out from the crowd. If you've ever suffered from ‘fear of missing out' (FOMO), or been consumed by copycats, then Heather and Patti's tips are going to change your mindset and your trajectory for this season - for the better. Our coffee-fuelled business besties share their experiences when it comes to: Losing sleep over copycats in the dance industry, and practical tools to help you remain in your lane and thriving in the face of competition.“When you dial into that, you have a lot less problems. You don't lose sleep over the little things. You have the right staff because they believe what you believe. You have the right clients, you have the right parents, and your dancers work the way you want them to work, because it all comes down to values”   Embracing a mindset of abundance, and how a ‘community over competition' focus will help you enrol and retain more loyal dancers. “There is room for as many studios that we can fit in our town, because we're really all truly bringing the gifts of dance to children. Why can't we just celebrate one another and work together? As soon as we let go of the pettiness and the silliness, we all succeed”    How to discover your ‘secret sauce' to ensure you will stand out from the crowd (even when there is a studio on every corner): “It's what makes you stand out from the crowd. It's why your dancers won't leave you to go to another studio - because they don't have your secret sauce. We're all teaching dance, but the way that you do it and the things that you do for your clientele are so different based on what is important to YOU and your studio.” Heather and Patti also share how they have both found ways to re-discover and ignite their love and passion for running their businesses, even through their toughest challenges.

Two Girls Shooting the Sh*t with Em and Mo

Em and Mo borrow a page from Comedy Central, get their drink on, and discuss what they would tell their twenty something year old selves. As usual, shooting the sh*t takes these two all over the place. Listen in as they discuss FOMO, life lessons, sorority hazing, and how casual sex can turn into marriage. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twogirlsshootingthesh1t/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twogirlsshootingthesh1t/support

The Real Estate Syndication Show
WS1126: Weekly Investor Update: November 14-20, 2021

The Real Estate Syndication Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 11:27


NAR: Housing Market to Normalize in 2022Home sales will outperform pre-pandemic values in 2022, citing more inventory in the coming months due to the conclusion of the mortgage forbearance program, according to the NAR.Homebuilder Confidence IncreasesThe NAHB Monthly Confidence Index rose three points to 83 in November, which is the highest level for the index since May and the third consecutive month increase even amid supply chain challenges.New Home Constructions Highest in the SouthA total of 1.55 million housing starts in September 2021 are in Georgia and Florida, where construction starts are booming. Ten of the top 15 fastest-growing cities are Southern due to their population growth, fewer zoning restrictions, and more land available according to the U.S. Census Bureau.Higher Mortgage Rates Boost Buyer FOMOMortgage rates were down slightly in early November, and the share of homes sold in one week rose to 33%, according to Redfin. The fear of missing out (FOMO) is more relevant today for homebuyers who didn't get a home last year when mortgage payments skyrocketed by 15%.Home Prices Climb across US MetrosThe median sales price of single-family existing homes rose 16% in 3Q, an increase of $50,300, according to the NAR. All four major regions of the U.S. posted double-digit YoY gains.Single-family Home Rent RiseRent growth is already in the double digits according to CoreLogic. It rose to 10.2% YoY from last year's 2.6%. Rent Payments Added to Underwriting ProcessThe Chief Executive Officer of Fannie Mae announced that the inclusion of rent payments is meant to expand financing opportunities for people with limited credit histories and help renters who otherwise thought they'd never be able to achieve homeownership.America's Never-ending Housing Boom WinnersHome Depot, Lowe's, Williams-Sonoma, and Walmart all reported strong sales results in the third quarter as a result of rising consumer spending despite COVID-19 challenges, inflation, and global supply chain shocks that have impacted major shipping delays.

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Weekend Preview: Liverpool vs. Arsenal, Premier League fresh starts, Barcelona vs. Espanyol, Serie A fixture FOMO (Soccer 11/18)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:37


The Gunners travel to Anfield aiming to keep their unbeaten run alive, while new appointees Steven Gerrard, Eddie Howe and Dean Smith will be looking to elicit that famous 'new manager bounce' on Saturday. The Que Golazo crew looks ahead to an intriguing set of Premier League matchups, Xavi's return to Camp Nou (and the Catalan derby) as well as a mouth-watering lineup of Serie A games. Arsenal much improved... but Liverpool still fancied (03:12) / High hopes at Villa as the Stevie G era begins (11:05) / Relegation a real possibility for Newcastle and Norwich (17:50) / Elsewhere in the Premier League (25:05) / Will Xavi and Dani Alves live up to the hype? (27:23) / La Real top of LaLiga but don't sleep on Sevilla (36:20) / Inter vs. Napoli, Fiorentina vs. Milan, Lazio vs. Juventus, Mourinho vs. the world (39:06) Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow the Qué Golazo team on  Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wild & Basic
Chasing Trends To Stay Relevant

Wild & Basic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 34:02


Thanks to TikTok there is at least one new trend every day and not to mention all these so-called educational channels to get you to jump on these trends so you can make it about your niche or business. As someone who does this for a living, I can tell you it is exhausting. I'm not even talking about the part of making the content, but about the return of investment, you potentially get. 9 out of 10 it is actually nothing valuable to you as a creator or as a business owner. Today's episode presented by Stamps.com - get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale with code: POD Please subscribe and leave a review on audio platforms as well :) Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2TF3VnS Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2AfNQia Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3pmXw09 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2FKeu5X Follow the podcast: @wildandbasic on IG or "Wild & Basic Podcast" on YouTube

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss
Tarzan Kay: "I Feel a Lot of Conflict About Things I Did"

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 74:32


Tarzan Kay is a former copywriter-for-hire who specializes in emails that are fun to read, and more addictive than Netflix.    Her online courses teach how to write story-based copy and make consistent sales from a small email list, without using fear or FOMO.  Her company's mission is to make high-integrity marketing the new status quo for online business.   In a previous life, Tarzan was a music major and once did a 3-year stint in law school, in French!  When T-Boss isn't writing emails, you'll find her taking mid-day dunks in the ice bath or playing Billy Joel's greatest hits on the piano. Tarzan and her family live in Ontario, Canada.   "I was aware that there were some problems. I was making more money but I was no longer feeling fulfilled."   Additional Links:Tarzan's Freebie: https://tarzankay.com/Get_Paid_Podcast Tarzan's Greatest Hits: https://tarzankay.com/greatesthits/   This Week on the Get Paid Podcast:   What David Bowie and Tarzan Kay have in common. How Tarzan leveraged her looks (and her privilege) to get to where she is… and how she feels about it now. The experience that changed Tarzan's point of view about racial injustice. How using psychedelics changed Tarzan's worldview. Shifting from promoting affiliate products to promoting your OWN products. When your identity merges with your business... The different revenue sources Tarzan used to bring in a million. Is there a right and a wrong reason to sell to people? Marketing practices Tarzan left behind for good, practices she's recently adopted—and why. Who are Dr. Michelle Nazar and Kelly Diels and why does Tarzan love them? The good and bad side of having goals from Tarzan AND Claire's perspective. How Tarzan got out of her scheduling rut. Is owning a pool worth it? Tarzan's revenue forecast for 2021 and her take-home pay. Claire's Tip: Check out Tarzan Kay's ads for Course Launch Copy Kit on the Facebook Ads Library. Connect with Tarzan Kay: Tarzan Kay Join Tarzan Kay's Email List Tarzan Kay Instagram Tarzan Kay Facebook Tarzan Kay at TikTok Contact Tarzan Kay   Step up Your Facebook Ads Game   This episode of the Get Paid Podcast is sponsored by Claire's free training, the 5 Ad Formula for Selling Online Courses on Autopilot.    Right now, people are spending way more time on Facebook and Instagram, which has significantly lowered ad costs for anyone currently running ads. Make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to grow your audience for cheap - go watch the 5 Ads Formula masterclass, and get at least ONE ad running ASAP. If you need extra help, Claire and her team of coaches have your back inside their signature ads course, Absolute FB Ads. Get all the details when you sign up to watch the masterclass at clairepells.com/5ads   Now it's time to GET PAID.   Thanks for tuning into the Get Paid Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, rate, and leave your honest review. Connect with me on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram, visit my website for even more detailed strategies, and be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media.   Now, it's time to go get yourself paid.

The Business Brew
Jonathan Boyar - Intrinsic Value Opportunities

The Business Brew

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 78:02


Jonathan Boyar stops by The Business Brew to discuss his investing philosophy.  Jonathan is the President of Boyar's Intrinsic Value Research LLC., an independent research boutique established in 1975 that counts some of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, hedge funds, mutual funds and family offices as subscribers. He is also a Principal of Boyar Asset Management, which has been managing money utilizing a value oriented strategy since 1983. He has been interviewed by Barron's, Welling on Wall Street and GuruFocus. He spoke at the 2017 London Value Investor Conference, the 2017 GuruFocus Value Conference and the 2017 International Value Investing Conference. He is also a contributor to the latest edition of Harriman's Book of Investing Rules: The Do's & Don'ts of the World's Best Investors. He is a senior contributor to Forbes as well as the host of The World According to Boyar podcast. We hope you enjoy the discussion.  Detailed show notes below the Stream by Mosiac sponsor copy and thank yous. Please leave us a rating in your favorite app store. This episode is brought to you by Stream by Mosaic, a product that is integral to any fundamental research process.  Stream has developed an extensive library of expert interviews that cover a variety of industries.  StreamRG.com features over 300 expert interviews.  70% of Stream's experts are found exclusively on StreamRG.com.  Visit StreamRG.com today for a 14 day trial.  Tell them The Business Brew sent you! Album art photo taken by Mike Ando.  Please see https://www.mikeando.com/ Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Youtube: 05:00 - What makes The Berkshire Weekend so great 10:00 - Finding value in non traditional companies/stocks 13:30 - Why there is an opportunity in microcaps sometimes 18:00 - Value + a catalyst vs. value traps 20:00 - Dead money as a mistake 22:30 - Holding on to winners 27:00 - Boyar's idea generation process and The Forgotten 40 31:00 - Scott's Miracle Gro 34:00 - Discussion about dogs then Seinfeld 41:30 - Discovery and how they are going to compete 46:52...Trinity Place Holdings 52:00 - How does Jonathan think about cash shells and being a minority shareholder in that instance 53:20 - What makes MSG a unique asset 58:00 - Assets creating nontraditional value 63:00 - Meme stocks and FOMO 66:00 - What is margin of safety 71:00 - How Jonathan's father taught him about investing

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess
320: Bekah's Emergency + Jess' Horrifying Haunted Night + Halloween FOMO + More!

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 102:16


(CW: emergency situations/scenarios) The Broads are back for a chatty episode! They discuss their Squid Game scenario, Bekah's emergency scare, Jess' pet peeve about Evan during potential emergencies, parenting when your partner is away, their Halloweens, feeling FOMO and being lonely during “party” holidays, Jess' podcast breakdown, reading negative comments, and Jess' recent horrifying haunted night in her home! THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: ***SQUARESPACE: Checkout SQUARESPACE.COM/CHATTY for a free trial + use code CHATTY to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain! ***THIRDLOVE: get 20% off your first order at THIRDLOVE.COM/CHATTY ***HONEY: Get Honey for FREE at JOINHONEY.COM/CHATTY ***NATIVE: Go to NATIVEDEODERANT.COM and use code CHATTY to get 20% off your first purchase at checkout! ***HOMEDICS: go to HoMedics.com/CHATTY and use code CHATTY to receive a FREE REPLACEMENT FILTER with the purchase of your Air Purifier! Make sure you add the replacement filter to your cart or else the promo code won't work!** See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.