If you have ever heard the saying that "nice guys finish last" you probably think it's because they are getting pushed over by the "mean guys." What if that wasn't the case at all? What if the goal is to NEVER become the nice guy at all? In this episode, Derek reflects on a conversation that he recently had that made this point crystal clear and how he was the "nice guy" in a situation that really came back to bite as it almost always does. Although our culture may try to convince you that being a nice guys (or gal) is something we should all strive for, it's not true and it's also not biblical despite what your pastor or teacher may tell you. If you've fallen into that nice guy situation or if you always wonder why it seems that you aren't getting the respect that you should, this is a must listen!
Doug and Strickland had a wide-ranging conversation covering various topics. They discussed technical issues, the tendency towards worrying about hypothetical scenarios, and the controversies surrounding George Santos. They also shared their experiences with TV shows and podcasts, debated the severity of minor errors in a professional context, and discussed their work methods and client interactions. They also touched upon the dominance of Amazon in online shopping, the revenue and profitability of Amazon's Prime Video service, and their personal lives. Towards the end, they addressed a problem related to a missing link in an email sent to guests and discussed the issue of space limitations in their shared drive.Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Multiple reports say the Padres will 100% trade Juan Soto this offseason, what does that look like? Brandon Staley met with the media and was Mr. Nice Guy. Patriots won't name starting QB. Reaction to Sean Lewis press conference. Support the show: http://Kaplanandcrew.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How can we teach the reader to find the humour in our darkness? Chas and Stu finally start their long-mooted exploration of tone with a series that examines films and shows with unusual tones and dives into how the writers establish those tones in the first 5 pages. How does your script want your reader to experience violence in your story? Humour? Sex? Prejudice? To answer these questions, this episode look at how films with “darker” or “sadder” tones teach the reader what they can laugh at, namely: THE NICE GUYS, THE BANSHEES OF INISHIRIN and the pilot for YELLOWJACKETS. Together they learn how to better talk about tone, how to frame tone for a scene or sequence, and what levers writers can use on the page to compensate for cinematic tools like music, performance, composition, lighting, design, editing, etc etc etc. Future episodes plan to explore establishing lighter or quirkier tones, as well as tools in shifting or changing tone on the page. As always: SPOILERS ABOUND and all copyright material used under fair use for educational purposes. CHAPTERS: 00:00:00 - Cold Open 00:00:32 - What is tone? 00:25:00 - The Nice Guys 00:55:07 - Sponsor: Arc Studio Pro 00:57:23 - The Banshees of Inisherin 01:25:06 - Yellowjackets 01:53:30 - Key Learnings & Wrap Up 02:04:40 - Many thanks to our Patreons! RELATED EPISODES DZ-60: Unfilmables and Unscriptables (Part 1) - Engaging imagination DZ-61: Unfilmables 2 – Moments of Awe This episode brought to you by (drum roll): ArcStudio: go to https://www.arcstudiopro.com/draftzero for $30 off a pro subscription! And how can we forget our awesome Patreons, especially Lily, Alexandre, Malay, Casimir, Jennifer, Thomas, Randy, Jesse, Sandra, Theis, and Khrob. Please considering rating or subscribing to us on Apple Podcasts or sharing us on the Social Medias! We like finding new listeners. We are @stuwillis, and @chasffisher on twitter. You can find @draft_zero and @_shotzero on Instagram and Twitter. BUY DRAFT ZERO MERCH via TeePublic SUBSCRIBE TO SHOT ZERO via Substack
Welcome to Impact Theory where I'm going for a deep dive into the art of seduction with best-selling author and expert strategist, Robert Greene. Known for his profound understanding of human nature, Greene shares game-changing insights that are a game-changer in your dating approach and what women will find attractive about you. In this episode, we're breaking down the barriers that hold many men back in their romantic pursuits. We're challenging the "nice guy" stereotype and embracing the power of strategic moves, artful authenticity, and the courage to be vulnerable. Greene says, "Seduction involves the desire to lose control." It's time to step out of your analytical mindset and tune into the woman you desire and dare to be vulnerable. Discover why Robert believes that flirtation is more about the looks you give than the words you use. We're also exploring the power of fantasies, and unpacking the role of men in today's society. What's the right amount of masculine that commands power and respect without being hyper masculine and a turn off for many women? “Seduction is a language that does not involve words.” -Robert Greene By the end of this episode you'll have a deeper understanding of seduction, attraction, and the authentic connection that women crave. Your journey to becoming irresistibly desirable starts here. Follow Robert Greene: Website: https://www.robertgreene.co/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-greene-0294962/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobertGreene Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertgreeneofficial/ Follow Me Tom Bilyeu: Website: https://impacttheoryuniversity.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomBilyeu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tombilyeu/ SPONSORS: Get 5 free AG1 Travel Packs and a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D with your first purchase at https://bit.ly/AG1Impact. Get $300 into your brokerage account when you invest $5k within your first 90 days by going to https://bit.ly/FacetImpact. Head to www.insidetracker.com and use code “IMPACTTHEORY” to get 20% off! Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at https://bit.ly/ShopifyImpact. Are You Ready for EXTRA Impact? If you're ready to find true fulfillment, strengthen your focus, and ignite your true potential, the Impact Theory subscription was created just for you. Want to transform your health, sharpen your mindset, improve your relationship, or conquer the business world? This is your epicenter of greatness. This is not for the faint of heart. This is for those who dare to learn obsessively, every day, day after day. Subscription Benefits: Unlock the gates to a treasure trove of wisdom from inspiring guests like Andrew Huberman, Mel Robbins, Hal Elrod, Matthew McConaughey, and many, many, more New episodes delivered ad-free Exclusive access to Tom's AMAs, keynote speeches, and suggestions from his personal reading list You'll also get access to an 5 additional podcasts with hundreds of archived Impact Theory episodes, meticulously curated into themed playlists covering health, mindset, business, relationships, and more: Legendary Mindset: Mindset & Self-Improvement Money Mindset: Business & Finance Relationship Theory: Relationships Health Theory: Mental & Physical Health Power Ups: Weekly Doses of Short Motivational Quotes Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3PCvJaz Subscribe on all other platforms (Google Podcasts, Spotify, Castro, Downcast, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, Podcast Republic, Podkicker, and more) : https://impacttheorynetwork.supercast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Good afternoon and welcome to another episode of the Dear Church Podcast! Are all Christians called to be "nice?" What's the difference between gentleness and niceness? Find out on today's episode!If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.As always, we love you, we miss you, enjoy!
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Gear up for a deep dive with Tim Macy as he chats with Tamir Poleg, the big brain behind Real, slicing through the corporate gloss to reveal the real, human core of the real estate biz. Tamir spills the beans on his rollercoaster ride from a hard-hat life to real estate royalty, all while dishing out the real dirt on how agents can not just survive but thrive in this wild market circus of sky-high interest rates and twisty turns. Get the lowdown on smart investing with a not-so-fat wallet and why being Mr. Nice Guy in the cutthroat world of property might just be your golden ticket. Tune in for this unscripted, raw take on the long game in real estate and why sprinkling a little kindness might just be the secret sauce
Strickland and Doug discussed AI, security measures, and their marketing program. They also touched on computer upgrades, storage management, and the concept of the cloud. The conversation then shifted to their upcoming Thanksgiving plans and previous experiences in Las Vegas. The discussion also covered car maintenance tasks, a project Doug was working on, and their Ford pickup podcast. Towards the end, they discussed the length of their podcast episodes and the role of a good co-host.Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
This week on the Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast: - The Rock On The Joe Rogan Experience/Almost Released? - The Rock Says He Was Asked to Run For PRESIDENT? - Cody Rhodes on If The Rock is Taking HIS Spot at WrestleMania 40 - Logan Paul On Saving Rey Mysterio/Disgraced U.S. Title? - John Cena's Looney Tunes Movie BACK ON! After Backlash to Studio - Kurt Angle Opens Up About Chris Benoit - MJF Calls Hulk Hogan a Racist and a Liar - Vince Russo SHOOTS Hard on AEW and Tony Khan Source Clips: The Rock Went from Nice Guy to Heel by Learning to Be Himself:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFmOYA-_5mw&t=389sJohn Cena's Wile E Coyote Movie Canceled After Finishing Production:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GdEDAe6fQcJohn Cena Movie SCRAPPED with Warner Bros:https://youtu.be/6qba4EljCiECOYOTE vs. ACME Movie Shelved Then Saved - I Have To Explain:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zw64Qy_7i10 Cody Rhodes On WrestleMania, WarGames & The Rock | Busted Open:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlXgov2yPvEThe Rock Talks WrestleMania Rumors, WWE's Sale & Him Running For President | Pat McAfee Show:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUhKYrRpNoc Logan Paul ADDRESSES Saving Rey Mysterio From A Broken Neck!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSoNRPBVECcDISRUPTOR: Logan Paul reveals his investment strategy:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQaUdvsm0iMLogan Paul tries to pawn off WWE Championship belt:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdnReg26_igLogan Paul Saves Rey Mysterio's Life, MrBeast Makes Huge Mistake, PRIME Sells $1.2 Billion - EP. 399:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xcpDIzYtkA&t=11sBETTER THAN YOU?! AEW Champ *MJF* Gets FULL GEAR Adjustments!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qc7bER86xU KURT ANGLE - Spending $7k Per Month on Drugs, Death of Benoit & Future of Logan Paul:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXgTpFsO-XoVINCE RUSSO to TONY KHAN: "Karma Is Knocking At Your Door, Bro!":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0OI9HEbHUE&t=10s #wweraw #aewfullgear The Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast is a clip show reviewing everything going on outside the ring in the world of professional wrestling. From all the top podcasts to YouTube shows and media interviews. It's Talk Soup meets Pro Wrestling podcasts Listen each and every week as host Seth Grimes breaks down the best highlights from all of your favorite pro wrestling podcasts. Check out More Clips and Episodes: FULL AUDIO PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast FULL VIDEO PODCAST: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO CLIPS: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO SHORTS: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbUzxHAbUelDZBqN9StgjIfSz6fg0gDIC Like Follow & Subscribe: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Sethgrimesmedia FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SethGrimesMedia TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@sethgrimesmedia YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/unitedunderworldmedia DONATE: paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/unitedunderworld CONTACT: email@example.com Seth Grimes is an independent Author, Podcaster, Rapper, Host, Pundit, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Editor, Content Producer, and Hulkamaniac BROTHER! A United Underworld Media production This video contains unauthorized clips from other content providers which we do not own nor do we claim to own or have created. Nor do we have permission to use. Any clips or other copyright protected content in this video are strictly for the use of parody, reporting, critiquing, or review, legal under section 107 of the Copyright Act otherwise known as the Fair Use Act “the fair use of a copyrighted work […] for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.” View US Copyright Act section 107 Fair Use Act here: https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/prowrestlingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/prowrestlingpodcast/support
Show Notes and Transcript Richard Vobes spent years as The Bald Explorer, for a decade he travelled throughout England and uploaded his experiences on his popular YouTube channel to show English culture and history. A year ago he changed tack and begun to comment on the encroaching tyranny we are all facing and this is now his primary focus. He joins Hearts of Oak to discuss 'Should we be Disruptive?' This is the name of one of his YouTube playlists and is the question many of us are now asking ourselves. We find ourselves in a post party political, post legal system, post police society, when trust in our institutions collapses, what should our response be? Richard gives his views on where these leave us, sows some seeds of positivity and gives his thoughts on how we move forward. Richard Vobes, also known as The Bald Explorer is a film maker and amateur historian with a very popular YouTube channel. He has noticed that the world is an odd place at the moment and everything you thought you knew is clearly not right. Richard uses his channel to express concerns over the way things are in the world. Particularly that which affects us here in England. He ponders the mysteries, questions the narrative and tries to get to the truth, hoping to uncover some of the secrets. Richard proclaims he is not an expert, but just uses a little critical thinking, some common sense added with a touch of the whimsical. Connect with Richard... YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@RichardVobes WEBSITE: https://richardvobes.com/ Interview recorded 15.11.23 *Special thanks to Bosch Fawstin for recording our intro/outro on this podcast. Check out his art https://theboschfawstinstore.blogspot.com/ and follow him on GETTR https://gettr.com/user/BoschFawstin and Twitter https://twitter.com/TheBoschFawstin?s=20 To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestreaming platforms and more... https://heartsofoak.org/connect/ Support Hearts of Oak by purchasing one of our fancy T-Shirts.... https://heartsofoak.org/shop/ Transcript (Hearts of Oak) Richard Vobes. It is wonderful to have you with us. Thanks so much for your time today. Richard Vobes Oh, it's my pleasure. Absolute pleasure. Thank you very much, Peter, for asking me. Not at all. It's great to have you on. And I've actually seen you recently, and maybe for the viewers, people can find you. Mainly, I think your focus is on your YouTube channel, is @RichardVobes, there on the screen and the links are in the description and we're going to look at one of your, I think one of your set of videos was 'Should we be Disruptive?' and that opens up a whole range of issues, that playlist you've done, but for the viewers and listeners, a lot of our US based viewers and listeners may not have come across you, you go under many different titles, English Couple, The Bald Explorer, and where you explore British history. Traveling all over and looking at what it is to be English and understand that. You started that back in 2011, I think, so 13 years ago. But over the last year, you've moved and you did a video on it to highlight that you are moving into more opinion pieces and to give your thoughts on, I guess, the tyranny which we all face. And a range of your videos all about common law, which we'll maybe touch on as something which I really have stayed away from, talk about privacy, King Charles to attend COP28, why are so many airline pilots dying, the fear monster is dying, time to take back control. I mean, a lot of the issues and areas that we certainly address here at Hearts of Oak. But maybe, first of all, to start with, that was a big change and a big change in focus from actually exploring British history, looking at England, and actually you've changed your focus and that change of focus has come with a massive change in reach as well and increase maybe we can start there before we get into 'Should we be Disruptive' and so tell us about that change and what triggered it and what that has meant. Well as you said, and thank you again for bringing me on to your program, my original focus was looking at the country I live in, the country I love, which is England, and heritage, landscape, nature, and all those sort of things. Initially, I was quite interested in the fact that England was kind of being written out of history. We were Great Britain, but there was Scotland and there was Wales. But if you were English, it became a difficult thing for some reason. And I wanted to reclaim the flag and say, what's wrong with proud of being English? Not for any overly national interest, just to say, look at the beautiful buildings, look at the wonderful geology and the landscape, and of course, the nature. But as I was making my videos, I became more and more aware that actually we were building over and destroying this wonderful land with lots of new builds whose architecture was quite bland and quite mean and smaller and smaller and it was all about money and we'd sort of lost I think a lot of our heritage and the things that people had fought for in the wars and then of course that made me very much aware that the government was pushing ideas down that nobody really wanted. And if I started to talk about some of these one world government policies that were influencing our government and then being pushed on us, I couldn't find very many people who'd sort of asked for them other than those that were arguing for the global warming to be debated more. But it was always on one side. So I found my audience just didn't want to talk about, if I mentioned, you know, is, questioned, is global warming a thing as it's been portrayed, man-made global warming. People would either suddenly go, I'm not interested in your channel, just like that, because I was questioning it, and they would whiz off, and same with friends, and then because we went through Brexit, did you want to be in the EU or out of the EU, and that became such a polarized thing, you couldn't say, well actually that's quite good about the EU and that's quite good about not being in the EU. It was either in or out. And of course the referendum forced you to make a decision if you wanted to take part in it. And I had my ideas because I'm old enough to remember before we were in it and thought well actually you know we did have an empire, not that I'm arguing for that necessarily, but we are able to stand on our own two feet and we don't need to keep acquiescing to the something that fits other countries that may not fit us. But again it was one of those things that you could not question or if you fell on the wrong side of the narrative you were always deemed to be stupid and so I just accepted that I was obviously stupid for my beliefs. Then of course we went through the the period of three years ago when people were locked in their houses because something was floating about in the air that we couldn't see and was on every surface and was liable to kill left, right and centre. And if you spoke again against that, the strange effect of the general public of not wanting to address it or changing or questioning the narrative, even though eminent scientists were saying, hang on, we've got this Great Barrington Declaration that says, should we do this approach, maybe there's another science. And then we continually got the notion that no no, the science is fixed or we're following the science and of course now all of that is up for question but some of us were questioning it early on but were shut down because of that. And so we came to last year, about a year ago, this month actually in which I was watching GB News and Neil Oliver was asking about the fuel crisis that we'd seen to be coming into because there was a war going on which nobody talks about at the moment because there's another war going on. So people have sort of got distracted somewhere else. But anyway we're talking about the fuel crisis and he said well people are suffering, what would happen if nobody paid their bill? And I thought, what a clever idea, you know, people power, because I've always thought grassroots is the key, really, to a lot of things. So I made a video saying, is he right? And suddenly, and that was so different from what I was doing, but where I would get, say, I don't know, 2,000 to 3,000 views on a video. If I was lucky, over a week, I got 100,000 views over a matter of days. And I followed it up with a couple of others on a similar vein. And suddenly I was then in the opinion market and going down the rabbit holes and regurgitating my thoughts on this. And the audience were just coming in swathes. And very soon I'd hit the 100,000 mark and we're something like 180,000 subscribers now. Which validated that there is an audience who desperately want to discuss this, talk about it, think about it, and they already knew the problems. And some people were coming in, because people were saying, you know, Richard, you're a bit like the Alan Titchmarsh of the conspiracy theorists, because you're sort of Mr. Nice Guy, but you're dropping in the fact that the nasty people want to depopulate us. And so it became something that people could share with people who were perhaps not awakened to those ideas, which was great. And it was, I never planned any of this. So, yeah, so that was the sudden growth. And here am I, pretty much a year later, going, wow, what a journey. I love it when things happen you don't plan it. Same here, my background in politics we mentioned the wonderful Liz Phillips and of course working with her in politics and then moving over and and I've loved part of the media side of engaging with people that we will probably have very similar views on many issues yet you focus on YouTube, we focus on alternate platforms, you're more UK based in England where we're a lot of European, international and it's lovely how those connect together. But if I can ask you, the whole issue of being disruptive and it's something which I think we've all thought about over the tyranny which we have faced under COVID in the last three years and there are a number of areas but I think the political pantomime we have seen in the last few days and I think we see Westminster, the national politics set up to actually have consensus and just keep it going, don't rock the boat, don't come in with massive alternative views and you just step by step ticks over and it's fun when you see someone actually calling the government out like what has happened, not that I believe we'll see any change. How do you see that kind of national politics? Are we purely post-party politics? Did you engage in politics? Do you engage less now? I mean how do you see that kind of national political side happening? Well, going back, as you say, did I engage in politics? I mean, you know, growing up, you're aware my parents always voted conservative. I think because of my interest in landscape, nature and heritage, and living on the south coast here in a fairly affluent town, it felt perfectly normal to vote conservative. I thought, and I've never been terribly political in the past, I always assumed that the Conservatives were about conserving things, as in the name, and keeping traditions and customs and all of that. And of course in recent times I've seen that that's not what they're about at all. And so that's questioned now when I've gone into the voting booth and thought, well, what am I actually voting for? But then I look at the other party and you think of the Labour Party as the only opposition that's likely to make a big difference and get in. And we've seen how that's been changed from what it originally was. And my sister is very much a labour person, she works in the NHS, so she's very much in believing the rights of people and of workers and those sort of things. And I've been self-employed, so of course I've been self-employed most of my life, So I believed in a small capitalist society in which independent sole traders, small family-run businesses can thrive. And I'm totally against these very large corporations that seem to dominate the landscape in every town and across the world and knocking out the small independents. So it's very difficult to find a home now, I think, if you are an independent, self-employed person because none of the parties represent me. Then, of course, you've got, as I have gone through this last year's journey, of realizing, that as individuals, as sovereign people, we are living under corporations, that we live now in corporate Britain here and that the government isn't even an assembly. It isn't what you think it is. It is this for-profit corporation and when you look at both parties, none of them represent the two sides, shall we say, of a country anymore. They seem to be, you've either got tyranny or increased tyranny it seems to me and depending on where you want to put. So and the other thing is, When we vote, we're voting for a pre-selected bunch of nutters, it seems to me, rather than electing our own people who we could vote for. And it seems if you're sovereign, you should be electing people in your area, not those that have been put up and says, well, I'm going to be your candidate and you've got no choice. And I think the whole system is wrong. and now I just feel, and I suppose I've come to this because of the huge awakening, that the whole parliament system itself, the whole two-tier system and the MPs, and everything, is over. And it's none of the above and we need a completely new way of governing or managing, I suppose, administrating the country rather than this this government that's decided that it is sovereign and not the people that they are our masters and that we somehow are their servants and I can't square that anymore and and you know using things like common law or natural law, just the logic of that seems to harmonize with me. So man comes first, man is on the planet, and he looks about and he goes, well, if we don't organize ourselves, we may not get stuff done. It would be better if we could organize it ourselves. So let's arrange for a bunch of people to sort of run something like a parliament. But it means that man's organized that, so man must come first. The creator is in charge, not the created, But it does seem now that the creation is coming back and saying, well, actually, the monster is now in charge, and I think that that is over. And the more we realize that we, the people, have the power, hence being disruptive to them, and claiming back our responsibilities, what we ought to do, because otherwise we are going down, as we've all seen, a very dark passage in the history of humanity. The whole common law is intriguing and I've had many conversations with Liz on this and I am extremely sceptical of it. You know what it's like, whenever you do a lot of interviews, a lot of topics, there are only so many things you can actually delve into and understand. I'm down enough rabbit holes without necessarily going down another and that's something I've left to the side. But kind of I see that we are fighting within the system and I don't think that we can use the legal system on our side or the political system on our side. And this whole concept of common law that actually we can remove ourselves from that system and I'm still trying to work through that. And it's not that I completely disagree with it, it's that I haven't had the time to delve into it. So maybe touch on that and why is that a solution and part of the disruptive model? Well, I think, well let me first of all explain, I'm, you know, I've only been doing this a year and as like you, you know, you touch on so many subjects but common law keeps coming up or natural law, God's law, so many variations of it, the freeman of the land thing, the law of admiralty, there's so much to it and I interviewed a group, the common law group, in Herefordshire only yesterday in the video. Or the day before it went out yesterday, and I asked them plainly, you know, can you give me a definition of common law that I can hand to the viewers? And they said it's common sense. It is ultimately, when it comes down to it, is common, ruling by common sense in a way. What makes logical sense to you and I, if we're all, for example, if we're all born equal, i.e. We come into this world with nothing, what gives anybody else the right to be above us and to say you will be my slave unless we agree to it? And now, in life, we do agree that we will acquiesce to certain things because it makes sense to. So for example having rules of the road, so here in in England we drive on the left and it seems sensible that if everybody drives on the left we're not going to bump into each other as we drive up and down the roads because the coming traffic will also be driving on our right but to them it's the left if you see what I mean and of course you have that in different in different countries. So some rules just make perfect sense that we can agree to rather than just saying we'll drive any old where whatever we like because we're all just sovereign individuals. So clearly we need a set of rules that make sense but it's where we have the rules get tied up into these things called acts and legislation. The legal and you've got legalese, you've got the people who are administering this, taking two oaths to a private bar guild association, a guild of your judges, your clerks of the court, your solicitors and barristers, who are effectively, again, part of a corporate world that are there to make money. And of course, the history of all of this goes right back to Roman times, to the Vatican, part of canon law, in which they needed a flat, I'm going to put it like this, they needed a flat earth, but not the flat earth as in flat earth theory about the planet, but putting people on paper so that they can be administered. So, we as living people with blood in us and brains and flesh and all of that, the corporations can't deal with us. They need to have a fiction version of us, which is why we have capitalized names. And they deal with this. And we sort of act as the agent for these fictionalized names. So the Richard Vobes that you see on a bit of paper isn't really me, it's just a representation of me. They can deal with us on paper and it's all done on paper. I mean everything is done on paper. We always have to either agree to something or we rebut something with parking fines and poll tax, council tax and all of that, when you go into the courts. And acts are, you know, it's theatre. That's why it's called an act. It's not law. Law is more to do with things that are immutable. You know, the law of gravity, you can't change the law of gravity. Common sense, in a way, is common to most people. Don't hurt someone, don't murder somebody, because you're damaging them, you're hurting them, you wouldn't want it to happen to you. So, I think we can live by a number of very simple policies, if I can use that word, or laws would be better, rather than having a whole load of legislation that most of us don't know what are. And we only have to look at the solicitors when you go into their rooms, and they've got all these books of case studies and laws and this and that. And how is man ever supposed to memorize all of this and try and stay on the right side? You can't. But you can say, if you do no harm, do no damage. That's something very easy. and if you have a problem... We could go back to the system that common law used to have and have members of our community, our peers, 12 juries, to sort of make the decision whether we've been behaving properly or even if the law itself is sensible because some laws that get made might not be sensible. You know, some of the legislation we've got, if you accidentally drive into a bus lane at night time and there's no traffic and a camera takes a photograph of you. Where's the crime really? Where's the victim? No one's been hurt. And yet you'll get a ticket for whatever it is, 50 quid, 100 quid, and then a whole load of things if you don't pay. And yet all you've done is you've travelled a conveyance on tarmac in a painted box that someone's painted and you've been penalised when there's no vehicle. You know, so some of it is just ridiculous and you're 12 just men and women sitting around ought to be able to say, well, actually, you know, that's a stupid rule. If it's three o'clock at night, there's no other traffic. Where's the damage? Where's the pain? Why are we stressing people? But we have that system. And of course, now we have cameras everywhere and we have these rules coming in, which are stopping people from traveling one side of their town to another. And people are taking the biometrics in the supermarkets. And we have this advent of the CBDCs, the Central Bank Digital Currencies, programmable money, that somebody else could make the decision whether you have the right to buy something or not. Well, this is absolute tyranny and again, this is not humane. It's just anti-human policies. So I think a much simpler system can be worked and sensible people with common sense could work that out. We've, looking at politics, we've seen fewer and fewer people engaging in the process and I think when I grew up I would have been more of the Australian, you know, you should make it mandatory, everyone should participate, but then when you look at the candidates and you realise actually one, it doesn't make any difference and two, there's no one there that actually believes or stands up for anything, which I think is right in society. I mean, where does that go? Because you look over in France, you've got the yellow vest, you've got actually on the streets, and it's part of French culture to push back, to remove yourself from the labour market, to fight back. We kind of have a more shrug of the shoulders. And when I look at the political, I think, how low does that dissent in terms of not engaging in the political system, and how bad does that have to be until something changes? And it's simply just not voting. Is that enough disruption to the system to bring any change? Well I think one of the problems is that we have, and I think it is intentional, we have been, dumbed down, we've lost interest in our local environment. We used to have radio stations, local radio stations, not regional radio stations, that talked about the things that went on in our environment. We used to have local papers. And slowly and slowly, I mean, the internet sort of killed a lot of that because podcasts and other things came along, of course. And we've just taken our eye off the ball so that at a local level, the councils can start to bring in measures. We've lost that sense of going to a council meeting and thinking of the town as our town or our village, whatever, and saying actually, no, I don't want that. You know, every now and again, I'll see a lamppost with a notice that they have to put out to say, oh, we're going to make these changes to this road or we're going, you know, these people have got a, they want to put an extension on which will block out the sun of your house. But most people aren't reading them. People have lost that sense of the importance of being active in their community. And we've all been distracted with all this technology and the games that people can play and the, you know, the Netflix series is, and more and more the government said, well, we'll do that for you. We'll do that for you. You don't have to worry about that, we'll do it. And I feel that we're in this process now, or this moment in time now, where we've really got to wake up and say, and take back the responsibility for things again, and not continually say, oh, the government should do this for us, or the council should be doing that. You see some litter on the ground, you should pick it up. We should just get back into that mode of this is our road, this is our street, this is our neighbours, these are our people. We've lost all of that. We used to have youth clubs that kids would go and do things together. Now they're stuck behind their phones. Again, I think that this is, not only is it progression of technology, but I think it's also hugely manipulated that we are not engaged in the way we saw during the pandemic that a lot of the pubs were closing, but they were closing before that you know the price of of beer and the amount of tax that people are having to pay on basically socializing and being in each other's company in which you would sort of put the world to rights you may not do anything because might have been too blatted to actually do it. But the general interest in your town, and of course we've seen a lot of migration in which we have people from different places and people also have worked now. They're moving around the country for their different work. So then, and jobs aren't lasting as they were. People change jobs every two or three years instead of being in a job for life. Now, I'm not saying that's a good or bad thing. It's just all these different things seem to have made people no longer put roots down in a place and think of it as their place. You know, you think about the old days when your door was always open, your mum could just pop in, a neighbour would go, oh, come, have you got any sugar? All this sort of, all this neighbourly stuff. Now, you know, we're very guarded. We don't know who our neighbours are anymore. We've got those dreadful, well, I haven't, but people have those dreadful doorbells with cameras on so you can see who people are. Probably sensible to know who people are coming to the door because there might be bailiffs and you may not want to engage with them. But that's taking, you know, all this technology is then taking data from you. And we see the surveillance technologies going up and all of this and 5G. But people just are not... We have slowly and slowly, we have become more isolated from each other and we're not doing what we used to do. And I think that's the biggest problem. and it's great to see that more and more grassroots initiatives are coming up trying to bring people back together again because it is people power that will push back against the tyranny. And when you talked about that individualism, I wonder will that get worse with the push against the surveillance system we've seen with that move and I know you've done a video on this recently about privacy and we're trying to regain your privacy, fighting for that. And we realized that actually we are the commodity, that we are being sold, our information, us, and that is valuable these days. And kind of, how does that fit in? Because you're right, we don't really know those around us, our neighbours. We've got that kind of a level of privacy, but on the other side, actually because of the online world and what's creeping in, we have zero privacy and you think it's possible to regain that and that is part of the disruptive mechanism of regaining control over our own lives. Yeah, well, I mean it is down to us at the end of the day, it is down to us to realize what's going on and I think some people, probably not enough but some people are beginning to become aware that, and the interesting thing about this of course is, I mean I people asked me to do talks at events and in village halls and things and you turn up. And it's usually people in the 50s plus. It's people who have one leg in the analogue world. And of course, they've now got a leg in the digital world. But they can see the benefits of the old days. The younger people who have been brought up, and my children in their late 20s and early 30s, and I can see how, even though I have my thoughts, they push back against my conspiracy nonsense. They think that I'm a raving loony. But they've embraced totally the digital separation world. And so it seems to me that it is down to this generation of slightly older people, to encourage the rest to get together and do things. I interviewed a young chap who was 30, 28 actually. And he said to me, and this was a real eye-opener for me, I'm 60, he said I really envy your age group because you guys can talk to anybody in the street, at a bus stop, you have a conversation with people, you know, behind the, at the till in shops or whatever, you just have, you know, you're not worried about it. And I said well don't you? And he said no, young people do not talk to, unless they know each other. He said even going into the gym where you see the familiar faces, it's just all right, watch out, how you doing? It's you know it's that because they, they've forgotten how conversation goes, of just starting a conversation with without wanting any more out of it you know. And I said, but, you know, we'll go down and I'll say, oh, that's a nice hat you've got on there. Or isn't it dreadful weather? Or do you want to borrow my umbrella? Or cor blimey, let me carry your bag. You know, those sort of, just that's how I was brought up. But it does seem that young people aren't able to do that. And that, to me, was a huge eye opener. And I thought, my God, this is worse than I thought. Because if people can't, if younger people, where the next generation are unable to communicate on a very just simplistic level of, hi, how are you doing? Let me help you with that type thing, or have you heard, or, you know, I mean, when I was young, of course, you went to school and you'd been watching, I don't know, the same programs on the television. Did you see the $6 million man yesterday? Oh yeah, that was great, Steve Austin and his, but now, of course, you've got no references to start conversations with because everybody's playing different games, watching different programs, and they're not joining together to say, oh, did you watch that latest thing from Richard Vobes or whatever, unless they're of a certain age group in a certain bracket. And that, I think, is a sad thing that we've lost conversation. And I think it's that, it's having that disgruntled complaining that we do best, you know, cor blimey, you've seen what's, you know, they've just had David Cameron's come back. Oh my God, next they'll be getting Blair back. Oh no, he won't be, he's going to be head of the WEF. And it's those sort of things that you want to get people having that communication. You made a comment earlier about, you know, those notices you see on the lampposts, there's going to be a huge block. I know the latest one I have, sadly living in London is it's only going to be a 34 story block. That's going to be just across the way and it keeps getting higher. And I find people complaining and actually the development that we have is the third time it's been submitted. And they basically know that if they just keep submitting it with 10 centimetres difference, eventually they'll get their way. And I think you did a video on a local council, Biggleswick think it was, about having a change and is that possible, people engaging at the local level, is that an example of what can happen or is the kind of the uni-party system still got control of the local council side? Well I think people generally are a bit like water and that they'll always find the path of least resistance. So if you can demonstrate a life that is better for them, on the whole, they'll all go along with it. So. My video about Biggleswick, which is a fictitious place, it's not a real place. Although it's growing in people's ideas, in reality, is the notion that the people of a town just decided that the anti-human policies coming from the council that they never asked for, should not happen and if they go to the council and simply say, we don't want it and the council say, well you're having it, that the people who pay their council tax allegedly to the council ought to be the ones that make the ultimate decision and if they can't make the ultimate decision because that council won't do it then it strikes me that they should then set up a parallel council, pay the money to that parallel council, make the first council obsolete and nothing to do with them. Because if you can convince your town, if it's a small town of, I don't know, 100,000 people, and 80,000 of those are pretty much on your side. And they said, well, actually, yeah, we'll fund it and we'll do it all properly. We'll do the minutes, we'll have the meetings, we'll do elections. And we'll do the things we want and those things we don't want. If we don't want a 20 mile an hour speed limit everywhere, yes, outside the school might be a sensible solution, but it might not be sensible for everywhere. And if we don't want cameras and if we don't want supermarkets coming in, muscling and getting rid of the independent companies that have our family run and have been here for years and part of our culture and generation and people who've worked there, and then they're putting in cameras and photographs. If we don't want that, this is our town. And I think that's what people have got to begin to realize, that they do have the power, we all have the power collectively, and if we can organize ourselves and if we can break away from that spell of looking at the screens and letting other people have wonderful lives, and sort of, you know, the people on the screen have all this lovely life that they're having, we could ditch that and actually have the lovely lives by saying to the council, you're irrelevant. If you won't do what we will do, we can still have our bins collected, we can still have the lights put on. We may want to not have those slightly worrying blue LED lights that you keep putting up. We may not want the 5G, for example, because, to be honest, do we really need to download movies in six seconds? Is there a nefarious use that they're also being put? What about the radiation? We should think about that a bit more. After all, we're advancing with this technology. We don't know what the effect is in 20, 50 years it will have on us. Maybe we should just slow down a little bit here. I think people power could do that. And I don't see how the 20 or 30 people who sit around the tables and think they're very important with their pensions and their portfolios in front of them, what they could do to it. I mean, admittedly, the government might be a bit upset, but if you've got 100,000, people saying, it's our town, these are our buildings, we've paid for these public buildings, and let's face it, the councils themselves are all going bankrupt at the moment, they're all in debt by hundreds of millions, I think people could do a far better job. Absolutely, I think it's important and it is a call for action for people to re-engage. I think we have trusted those in charge for too much for too long. It is time to re-engage. Richard, I love, it's great chatting with you. One of the things I love about the whole media space, having people on who you actually haven't met and meet for the first time and have on. I think what you're doing in your channel actually does provide hope because you realize people may be less concerned about the green belt, but 15 minute cities actually are a concern. And you realize when you connect with people on issues that actually they realize does impact them and they want to speak up, and it is vital that the public are educated and empowered. I think what you're doing on your channel does exactly that. So thank you so much for coming on and giving us your time today. Oh, it's it's my absolute pleasure. and I think we do need optimistic channels out there because there's so many people telling us the problem. Now is the time to look for the solutions in an optimistic way. So I appreciate the chance to come on and have an optimistic grumble. Not at all. Always good. And thank you so much to the viewers. Make sure, and if you're not following Richard, then make sure and follow him @RichardVobes there on YouTube and take advantage of the information he is putting out. So Richard, once again thank you so much. Thank you so much Peter, really enjoyed it.
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If you've dealt with a "nice guy", you've probably found yourself asking the question... why me? Well, on this week's episode we've brought back Abby Rosmarin give you some answers. While we are NEVER here for "victim blaming", we have noticed that "nice guys" are attracted to certain traits. So we're breaking down what traits they love, how they manipulate these should be wonderful traits, and what we've learned through our experience. F THE NICE GUY LINKS Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page Abby Rosmarin's Links Tiktok: abbyrosmarin --> Make sure to check out their Linktree Insta: abbyrosmarin
I'm gonna let the Zoom recap do the notes this week because I like how they refer to "The middle wife." (They? He? She? I don't want to offend Zoom by using the wrong pronouns, he/she/they may stop doing my job for me.)1. Strickland and Doug compared their podcast to Mike Rowe's show, discussed Mike's net worth and income, and struggled with balancing audio levels during their recording. 2. Strickland and Doug discussed their podcast, daily routines, age gaps in relationships, experiences with Jeffrey Gitomer, and business growth challenges. 3. Strickland and Doug shared experiences with Emily and the middle wife during their Yosemite trip, Emily's Portland, Maine trip, and the possibility of meeting her in Las Vegas. 4. Doug and Strickland expressed dislike for marketing, shared negative experiences with marketing companies, and discussed business growth challenges. 5. Strickland and Doug planned for their upcoming podcast, discussed show content and strategy, and agreed on the importance of being topical and up-to-date. 6. Doug and Strickland discussed the origins of the names of the months in the calendar, different attitudes towards dressing up, taking breaks, and an upcoming old-school buffet event. Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
We just voted to fund every single thing the communist wants and nothing for us; we're not going to 'nice-guy' our way out of this uncomfortable situation. Communism cancer has infected us to the very bone of our nation. The problem with getting along with everyone. Dome wants us to come together. Every nation has a state religion. Our country is full of people who hate it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We just voted to fund every single thing the communist wants and nothing for us; we're not going to 'nice-guy' our way out of this uncomfortable situation. Communism cancer has infected us to the very bone of our nation. The problem with getting along with everyone. Dome wants us to come together. Every nation has a state religion. Our country is full of people who hate it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we're discussing The Nice Guys - well partially... we should start with a disclosure: Steve and Tara should not be left alone to run episodes. BUT when we did discuss it, we agree we both would recommend this movie! It's not talked about enough, and it's worth the watch. Also, even with a dynamic duo like Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe - neither of us picked them as our favorite character. You'll have to watch to see what we said!... about a lot of things.
This week we go back to 2016 where we talk about the Shane Black movie The Nice Guys!! What will we think of this 70s movie? Tune in to find out as we SHOOT THE FLICK!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shoottheflick/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shoottheflick/support
Episode 166 of Tom Clark's 6M Podcast focuses on The Nice Guys. Tom Clark and Phil Lindsey look back at the cult classic starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, with a discussion about the retro vibe of the film, the characters, and the plot. Should The Nice Guys have a sequel, or should the fim be one and done? Dive into that, and much more! Visit the BO!NK Studios Website Follow the show on social media: Twitter Facebook Instagram For more from BO!NK Studios, check out the links below: Tom Clark's Main Event Two Nations Under Ted: A Ted Lasso Podcast © Boink Studios 2023
This week Talk is Talk close the books and do an episode without any guest. We discuss the Jeezy and Nia Long interview and give our take on it. We also speak on a wild clip that going across social media that's tough to watch if you have a weak stomach.
We're back to end the Whedon "Nice Guy" Fantasy Filmmaker Saga. Make sure to check out Part 1 because we're starting right where we left off. And if you thought last episode was bad... buckle up. This episode has everything - Whedon Vs. WONDER WOMAN, punishing actresses via their characters, zero accountability, ALL THE AUDACITY, and so much more! TW: Fictional S/A scenes are mentioned (respectfully), abuse of power, men forcing women to be "method" in abuse on camera, racism F THE NICE GUY LINKS Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page
Well Doug's off at Jellystone Park or somewhere talking to Yogi and Boo Boo so Strick recruited Emily to join today. And they STILL talked for an hour? Damn, they've really raised the bar, show some love and call 4242-DJ DOUG and let Emily know what you thought of her. Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
F90 Protocol Free Training: https://focusandaction.com/f90 Want help Goal Setting? Sign up for a Free Coaching Call: https://focusandaction.com/gameplan/ We've been getting a many questions about time management, lately. And it's no wonder, really. We live in an overwhelming world where everyone receives far more input than they can possibly handle. And so we end up with too much to do, repeatedly arriving at the end of the day wishing for more hours. In this episode, we delve deep into the heart of the matter, exploring the misconception that time management is solely about scheduling and time-boxing. Rather, it's about setting priorities, learning to say no, and managing your personal energy levels. Join us as we challenge the typical, surface-level solutions often found on YouTube and elsewhere, and instead, aim to address the core issue behind time management challenges. We're here to provide you with practical insights and strategies to help you reclaim control over your time and find the balance you seek. Resources & links: F90 Protocol Free Training: https://focusandaction.com/f90 Book 1 - No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert A. Glover Book 2 - Not Nice: Stop People Pleasing by Aziz Gazipura Book 3 - Slaying Your Fear by Adam Smith Book 4 - The Almanack Of Naval Ravikant by Eric Jorgenson --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ikario/message
We're keeping this episode in the family - but this time we've got Payton! And she is bringing ALL the receipts about the Fantasy Filmmakers who force us to watch their violent, sexual fantasies under the guise of content. We're touching on Tarentino, the Gonads behind Game of Thrones, and landing on the King Baby "Nice Guy" Joss Whedon. This episode has it all - Directors forcing multiple women to be "method" when being choked, LITERAL waterboarding, cis het white men being the voice of women, ex-wife takedowns, and so much more! TW: Fictional S/A scenes are mentioned (respectfully), abuse of power, men forcing women to be "method" in abuse on camera Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page
Nick Kypreos, Justin Bourne and Sam McKee open the show by reacting to the Toronto Maple Leafs' 3-2 shootout loss to the Boston Bruins. Kyper expands on why he thinks the Maple Leafs not sticking up for Timothy Liljegren after Brad Marchand's injury-inducing trip is indicative of a larger issue for the club. Next, they're joined by Doug MacLean (30:07) for Off The Rails Friday! Mac gives his take on the Marchand-Liljegren incident, explains why the Leafs are the 'nicest team' he's ever watched and shares his concerns for the team's left side on offence.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Strickland actually sounds kinda jealous that Doug is in Vegas instead of him. I get that, Doug doesn't know how to do Vegas right. Not that I would know from personal experience...Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Co-Host Lauren Zander (https://mountaintoppodcast.com/lauren) My returning guest, life coach Lauren Zander, is a self-described truth teller, who according to her website 'upholds a take-no-prisoners brand of radical personal accountability'. So is it any surprise she's on a personal crusade to inform the world about the seven ways people lie? Seven may be a lucky number, but not in this case...as Lauren boldly believes nobody should EVER lie, not even those 'little white lies' most of us see as socially acceptable, if not socially necessary. She observes that most of us KNOW when we're being lied to, even if we only sense it without being able to put of finger on exactly how. Lauren also wouldn't fall for the old PUA question of, 'Who lies more, men or women?' as she firmly believes ALL of us lie, whoever we are. Therefore, her list is not gender specific. So first off, why ARE social lies allegedly designed to keep conversation light and friendly really a bad thing? Next comes my theory on how there are two kinds of people when is comes to the issue of social truth...and Lauren surprises me with her opinion in response. We then expose how people with a lot of money lie, as well as people who are going through a rough patch. Then, there are the infamous errors of omission vs. commision. What about what Malcolm Gladwell refers to as the human being's 'default toward truth'? How does that enter into it? Why are brown-nosers such liars? And on the same note, here's objective proof why women roll their eyes at 'Mr. Nice Guy'. What does the infamous 'Imposter Syndrome' have to do with all of this? And finally, what's the practical application to all this? Should we simply NEVER lie to ANYONE, EVER? Get the free book Sticking Points Solved and more at https://mountaintoppodcast.com === HELP US SEND THE MESSAGE TO GREAT MEN EVERYWHERE === We'll keep the solid, actionable content coming...all for free. If you love what you hear, please give us a 'thumbs up' by rating the show (takes one second) and leaving us a review. As we say here in Texas, we appreciate you!
When invaders threaten Lucas' village, he must decide if he will be nice or strong. While most of us will never face a similar threat, every day we must make a similar decision. Remember, God doesn't call you to be nice; He calls you to be a Man of God. Blueprint for Men is a ministry that empowers husbands, fathers, and leaders to live like Jesus. Check out our Website: Join Blueprint's virtual purity group by reaching out to Tom Pyke at: firstname.lastname@example.org Want to be a mentor? Go to Amazon and get : Empower Men to Win by being a Life Coach. Want to pray with other men? - Daily at 7 AM ET on zoom. Want to be in a small group? Go to Amazon and get : Men's Small Group Book to Build Strong Morning Habits. Want to understand the 3 Angels' Message of Rev 14? Go to Amazon and get . The last message for God's people before Jesus returns.
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ANTIC Episode 102 - Randy, You Used to be a Nice Guy! In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-Bit Computer Podcast… All the Atari 8-bit news for this month, Kay breaks his Atari mug, Brad impersonates Kay, Kay decides to start up a cable company, and Randy changes in retirement … READY! Recurring Links Floppy Days Podcast AtariArchives.org AtariMagazines.com Kay's Book “Terrible Nerd” New Atari books scans at archive.org ANTIC feedback at AtariAge Atari interview discussion thread on AtariAge Interview index: here ANTIC Facebook Page AHCS Eaten By a Grue Next Without For Links for Items Mentioned in Show: What we've been up to ICD Atari 8-Bit Info - https://archive.org/details/icd-atari-8-bit-info-flyer ICD Multi I/O Board Manual - https://archive.org/details/icd-multi-io-board-manual EPG Jr. thread on AtariAge - https://forums.atariage.com/topic/171349-prevue-guide-epg-jr-reverse-engineering/ The Atari 8-Bit FujiNet N: device, in Perspective by Thom Cherryhomes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vqz_AZgxaVY Atari 130XE Machine Language for the Absolute Beginner (Retro Reproductions) (sponsored link) - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1789824338?tag=ataripodcast-20 A8PicoCart - https://github.com/robinhedwards/A8PicoCart ABBUC Annual General Meeting 10/22 - http://abbuc.de Fastbasic install for Mac! - https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=EricCarr.fastbasic-debugger Interviews Cynthia Solomon and Brian Silverman (video to come) - https://ataripodcast.libsyn.com/antic-interview-435-cynthia-solomon-and-brian-silverman-logo News GTIAdigitizer HDMI output, by c0pperdragon: https://www.tindie.com/products/c0pperdragon/gtiadigitizer/ https://www.tindie.com/products/c0pperdragon/rgbtohdmi-mono-lumacode/ New Fujinet resource (ABBUC) - tnfs://fujinet.atari.social FujiNet release 1.2 - https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/releases/tag/v1.2.0 FujiNet RAPID by massiverobot - https://forums.atariage.com/topic/355710-rapid/ 130XE keyboard replacement: https://x.com/mindthreat/status/1705197317551239289?s=20 https://forums.atariage.com/topic/352558-decent-xe-mechanical-keyboard-for-atari-xe-computers-how-to-order-one/ ultra-small DOS called uDOS - https://abbuc.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1130 Super SpartaDOS X cartridges now available from COREi64: Announcement at AtariAge - https://forums.atariage.com/topic/355946-super-spartados-x-cartridges-now-available/ Buy here - https://corei64.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=444 https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2023/10/how-to-make-almost-any-computer-a-modern-day-plato-terminal/ Pro(c) Atari Issue 16 - https://proc-atari.de Pitfall II's Secret Sequel - https://www.ign.com/articles/pitfall-iis-secret-sequel SDrive mini at Lotharek - https://lotharek.pl/productdetail.php?id=375 Starring the Computer - https://www.starringthecomputer.com/ Revive 800XL Update (requires Twitter account) - https://twitter.com/rm_800xl?fbclid=IwAR2VhqAhUSnp3HwbcIOcTY7M7UvfKsDhC8PWKG9czYigmmXNVaE53z7CVC0 Upcoming Shows (Remaining in 2023 and first half of 2024) Atari Party 2023! - Saturday, December 2, 2023, 1pm to 4pm - Quakertown Train Station, Quakertown, PA - https://quakertowntrainstation.org Vintage Computer Festival SoCal - February 17-18, 2024 - Hotel Fera Events Center, Orange, CA - vcfsocal.com Midwest Gaming Classic - April 5-7 - Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, WI - https://www.midwestgamingclassic.com/ VCF East - April 5-7, 2024 - Wall, NJ - http://www.vcfed.org Indy Classic Computer & Video Game Expo - April 13-14 - Indianapolis, IN - http://www.indyclassic.org VCF Southwest - June 14-16, 2024 - Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center at UT Dallas - https://www.vcfsw.org/ not a show, but an Atari user group meeting - There's one at the National Videogame History Museum in Frisco, TX (DFW area) every quarter - Texas Atari 8-bit Computer Owners (T. A. C. O.) YouTube Videos Darren Doyle's Unofficial Atari: A Visual History - Vintage Gaming Memories (Chris in the IVCC) - https://youtu.be/alWojz4e3QU?si=gq49YDfPb0DpEiol Final results of the 3rd ATASCII Compo 2023 for Atari 8 Bit computers revealed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTgYwAaLklU Wozman for Atari 8-bit - freetz - https://youtu.be/3MdVf_60dfo FujiNet Game Alert System by Andrew Diller: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D-QOtfR1fQ https://www.atariorbit.org/2023/10/15/game-alerts/ The Atari 800XL (as seen in Terry Stewart's computer collection) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E47q5dNXiOg Atari 8-bit SIO Midi Player - Lotharek - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTha3Ebepyc New at Archive.org https://archive.org/details/dynacomp-catalog-33 https://archive.org/details/stx_Home_Computing_Journal_Volume_1_1986 https://archive.org/details/Popular_Computing/ https://archive.org/details/computer-kurs EOR #$FF: 6502 Ponderables and Befuddlements - https://archive.org/details/eor6502 https://archive.org/details/youtube-aGfwHcHQiO0 BRE 1991 800/XL/XE Software Catalog - https://archive.org/details/atari-800-xl-xe-bre-1991-software-catalog Computer Shopper Magazine, March, 1988, Volume 8, Number 3, Atari Articles Computer Shopper Magazine, April, 1989, Volume 9, Number 4, Atari Articles Computer Shopper Magazine, October, 1987, Volume 7, Number 10, Atari Articles https://archive.org/details/computer-shopper-sept-1987-vol-7-num-9-atari-articles/page/n7/mode/2up Feedback https://ghidra-sre.org/
Buckle up my friends, it's about to get spooky, scary, and downright antagonist. On this week's Halloween episode, we've brought on Kitti from Tiktok. She's uncovered a tactic that is as repulsive to the "Nice Guy" as garlic is to a vampire. And that is - TO DISTURB THE LIVING HELL OUT OF THEM! Haunt their dreams. Make them wish they never asked for your number. And she's here to teach you some of her tricks! NO TREATS FOR THE "NICE GUY" F THE NICE GUY LINKS Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page KITTI'S SOCIALS Tiktok: caffinatedkitti
Continuing our Love and Relationships series, we've decided to revisit a few of our favorite past episodes on the subject.In this episode, I speak to Dr. Robert Glover, author of the brilliant, often life-altering, and slightly controversial bestselling classic, No More Mr. Nice Guy. It may not sound like the kind of book I'd have read, but it is a little piece of self-help magic and has helped countless people recognize their own "Nice Guy Syndrome": the trait of hiding feelings and truths that we fear will get a negative reaction from other people so as to maintain the belief that we are "nice", leading to a host of toxic relationships and fundamentally dishonest behaviors.Robert is an internationally recognized authority on the Nice Guy Syndrome, and through his book, classes, and therapy groups, he has helped thousands of Nice Guys transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated males, transforming their professional careers and intimate relationships along the way.Before we get started, I implore you as always to stay open minded for this conversation. The concepts, though admittedly slanted toward men due to the focus of Robert's work, certainly apply to women as well, and to all sexualities.Listen as we discuss:What is wrong with being a nice guy?How 'nice guys' are often dishonest, resentful, and give to get.How Robert's second marriage was falling apart despite his best efforts.The "Victim Pukes"The confused belief that if sex is bad and evil, why should it only be for the one you love?The three covert contracts that lead to toxic relationshipsThe reason men become nice guys is due to desiring the validation of womenThe crucial need for a stronger involvement of fathers in their sons' livesNice guy logic: "If I have needs, I'm bad, yet I want things, but I won't accept them."For women to experience sexual attraction, they need to experience emotional tension."If a man can't stand up to me, how can he stand up for me?"The effect of 50 Shades of Grey on society.Human women are the most sexually evolved creatures on the planet. Men are basically apes.Co-dependency: "I don't exist unless I'm in a relationship"Healthy interdependence The 'hugging until relaxed' exerciseCalm is contagiousYou can want your partner, but as soon as you start needing them, you lose themTo have the best sex, there needs to be an interplay of dominance and submissionEqual does not mean the sameUsing men's motivation to have sex to expand their emotional intelligenceThe struggle between man vs. woman as a profound catalyst for growthThe lingering effect of not having our childhood needs meetWomen are sexual Ferraris and men are sexual mopeds"Slut shaming"The Disney and Hollywood effect on women's perception of monogamyRepressing female sexuality has become par for the courseMen need a tribeConnect with Dr. Robert Glover on Facebook @drrobertglover, Twitter @dr_r_glover, and his website, drglover.comYouTube: @mogawdatofficialInstagram: @mo_gawdatLinkedIn: /in/mogawdatWebsite: mogawdat.comDon't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Saturday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy
I like how the AI thinks Strickland is a woman, so I'm leaving that part in. I'm also lazy.Podcast Recording and Dry Cleaning IssuesDoug and Strickland discussed issues related to their podcast recording. Strickland adjusted her gain to prevent the high volume from happening again on future episodes, while Doug suggested that she clear the voicemail box weekly instead of receiving individual notifications. The pair also touched on the cost and process of dry cleaning, expressing their frustration over the high cost and different types of fabrics that require specific cleaning methods. Doug expressed his personal frustration over the expense of dry cleaning, while Strickland acknowledged that there may be items that require dry cleaning.Dodgeball and Politics: Doug and Strickland's DiscussionDoug and Strickland reminisced about their dodgeball experiences in sixth grade, with Doug using this analogy to explain the process of selecting the Speaker of the House. Doug compared Mike Johnson, a controversial figure, to the last person picked in dodgeball due to his conservative views. Strickland expressed concerns about Johnson's views and admitted to lacking knowledge about him. They also discussed the current political situation in the country, with Doug expressing dissatisfaction and Strickland acknowledging that it was the best the Republicans could do. Doug also pointed out that she was giving everyone the benefit of the Gallup, suggesting that the situation was not ideal. Strickland mentioned Jared's anticipation for him to forget to say something, and Doug acknowledged Strickland, indicating that they were on the same page about the political situation.Biden's Family Loan ScrutinyStrickland and Doug discussed a loan that Joe Biden had given to his brother in 2018. The loan was for $200,000, and it was interest-free as it was a family loan. The brother repaid the loan six weeks later. The conversation also touched on the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden and the scrutiny over his son's business dealings. Doug and Strickland expressed their disbelief over the attention on such a small loan while larger financial transactions, like those of former President Trump, are overlooked. They also joked about the possibility of Trump being arrested at his inauguration.Doug and Strickland's Nightly DiscussionsDoug and Strickland had a wide-ranging conversation that touched on their sleep patterns, their consumption of fireball before bed, and the network symbol and signal strength on cell phones. They also reminisced about the past Battle of the video formats, Betamax and Vhs, and agreed that Betamax was of better quality than Vhs. The discussion ended with Doug questioning who would win the current "battle" over artificial intelligence.Technology and Boating DiscussionStrickland and Doug delved into the intricate mechanisms of VHS players and discussed the intricacies of engineering and technology. They also shared personal stories and marveled at the cost and size of large boats, specifically a 25-year-old used boat listed for $700,000 with a 1,750-gallon tank that costs approximately $17,000 to fill. They both expressed amazement at the expense and size of such boats. Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
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This week, we discuss whether The Nice Guy really exists, through Aziz Ansari, Ross from Friends, and other guys who made a thing out of finishing last. Respectfully Disagree is The Swaddle Team's very own podcast series, in which we get together to discuss and dissect the issues we passionately differ on. Credits: Featuring: Denise D'Souza, Neha Shetty Co-Producers: Shrishti Malhotra, Rohitha Naraharisetty Cover Art: Neha Tewari Art Director: Neha Shekhawat Executive Producer: Karla Bookman
1. What does it mean to be "overly nice" in your understanding? 2. How do you define a "nice guy" or "Mr. Pushover"? 3. In what ways can being excessively nice be seen as a character flaw? 4. Can you recall any personal experiences where being overly nice had negative consequences? 5. What are some common misconceptions about being overly nice? 6. How does being overly nice affect one's self-esteem and self-worth? 7. Is there a difference between being genuinely kind and being overly nice? 8. How does being overly nice impact personal boundaries and assertiveness? 9. Can being overly nice lead to feelings of resentment or frustration? 10. What are some potential reasons why individuals may develop a tendency to be overly nice?
Megan's back to finish her episode and if you think it can't get weirder, you're wrong. This episode as it all - the ole drunk dial from a dude from highschool, husbands hitting on you with horse sounds, snakes getting called out, lesbians cosplaying as heteros, calling out snakes, and so much more! F THE NICE GUY LINKS Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page MEGAN'S SOCIALS Tiktok: _odriewdlocenots_ Instagram: _stonecoldweirdo_
"Let me start by saying I would like to be considered the most trusted name in podcasting. However, as it stands currently, that would be Michael Barbaro. That's fine, I'll be his co-host. Move over Sabrina Tavernise, here I come." ~Doug SandlerManaging Clients: Strickland and Doug's ExperienceStrickland and Doug discussed their experience managing a recent client meeting and calming the clients down. They also reviewed previous discussions with Ashley and a two-hour meeting focused on resolving complex issues. Doug shared his defensive reaction during the client meeting, which he hoped didn't come across as rude. Strickland pointed out that Doug might have overstepped in his defense and misinterpreted what Strickland had said. They also touched upon their different approaches to handling clients, with Strickland being more confrontational in emails and Doug in meetings. They ended the discussion reflecting on how they handle clients they want to fire versus those they want to keep.AI Summary Discussion in ZoomDoug and Strickland discussed the AI companion, Summary, in Zoom which provides a summary of the topics discussed and action items from meetings. Doug expressed appreciation for the feature and its learning ability with usage. However, Strickland pointed out that the AI sometimes includes irrelevant details. Both agreed on the overall benefits of using the feature. Doug also recommended Zoom's automated scheduler, praising its affordability and functionality, and suggested that non-regular Zoom users might find it worthwhile to add for a fee if needed.Podcasting Practices and DemandsDoug and Strickland discussed their experiences with podcasting, which they have been doing for over seven years. They talked about the demands of podcasting, and Doug presented a list of the top 10 actions real podcastors do every day. Strickland disagreed with several of these items, arguing that they did not align with their podcasting practices. They also touched upon the topic of networking and content planning but did not delve into details. Leave a voicemail for the Nice Guys: 424-2DJ-DOUG - (424) 235-3684Need help podcasting? www.TurnkeyPodcast.comJoin our Nice Guys Community. www.NiceShortCut.com No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
“You can be assertive without being an asshole” We have all been the Mr. Nice Guy at one point or another, getting walked on by others and living in fear of rejection. There is skill and tact when it comes to being effective with establishing your boundaries. On one hand is assertiveness, which is precise like an archer firing his bow. On the other side is aggressiveness, which invites chaos and reduces safety. In this podcast I talk about the subtle art of assertiveness so tune in and sharpen up on today's Monday Morning Meditation. REFLECTION QUESTIONS: Describe the most recent experience you had where you had to be assertive … Do you feel you were aggressive or assertive? What's the difference between aggressive and assertive - in your own words? Rising Man Links: The Brotherhood || The Rising Man's online community - FREE to join for any man interested in brotherhood, connection, and purpose. Featuring weekly community calls + sharing prompts! Instagram || @risingmanmovement & @jeddyazuma YouTube || The Rising Man Movement Website || RisingMan.org
For these weeks episode, we're bringing on one of my Tiktok favorites - Megan Rose. Little did I know, Megan and I share more than just 85% of our names. We've have a lot of shared experiences. This episode has it all - partners being nothing but problems in the delivery room, horrific ex husbands, retaliation reputations in high school, "pick me" teachers, James Bond marathons that are scarier than any horror movie, and so much more! TW: Mentions of S/A (Nonconsensual sexual contact) F THE NICE GUY LINKS Patreon: Patreon Page Tiktok: FtheNiceGuy Youtube: F the Nice Guy Youtube Page MEGAN'S SOCIALS Tiktok: _odriewdlocenots_ Instagram: _stonecoldweirdo_
Chief sports correspondent for The Times Matt Lawton and Chief sports writer for the Sunday Times David Walsh join Tom Clarke for a unique look at England manager Gareth Southgate.David Walsh helped write Southgate's award winning book in 2004 and broke the news in 2022 that Southgate would be staying on as England manager. Matt Lawton has covered England throughout Southgate's tenure. Both give rare insight into how he operates and what the man is really like. If you think the England manager is a bit boring, listen to this first.Timeline:Boring ?2' Are fans getting a bit tired of Southgate? Nice guy, bit boring…might be a misconception.4' one of the most interesting people I have ever met.6' Gareth wrote a chapter of his book in four hours overnight. The subject was Alen Boksic.Playing career12' Southgate's playing career. Never got the big move he wanted.14' loved by Venables.18' unfulfilled as a player.21' Middlesborough, leader in the dressing room.23' Euro 96 Gareth Southgate played every game. Arguably England's best player. Took a penalty, but others didn't step up in front of a young player. The press were kind. What does that say for how they viewed Southgate.29' Southgate learnt and changed. He implemented practicing penalties. 34' captain everywhere he went. But to start with quite nice. Managers worked to bring out his toughness. He had has an inner steel. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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That's right, Doug is driving his RV up and down the West coast so you get Jared on the fuckery this week! I hope Doug's life insurance premiums are paid up, those campers can be awfully dangerous on windy mountain roads and we know he's not the best driver...Nice Sponsors: Get your free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift Acuity is the easiest way to schedule your podcast interviews, meetings, and life.Acuityscheduling.com See how The Nice Guys want to make your life easier? You can thank us later. Reach The Nice Guys Here: Doug- @DJDoug Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz Nice Important Links: Subscribe to the Podcast website: Niceguysonbusiness.com Book Doug and/or Strick as a speaker at your upcoming event. Doug's Amazon #1 Best selling book Nice Guys Finish First. Partner Links: Amazon.com: Click before buying anything. Help support the podcast. Acuity Scheduling: Stop wasting time going back and forth scheduling appointmentsSimply the best VO guy in the business- https://steveobrienvo.com/ TurnKey Podcast Productions Important Links:The Ultimate Podcast Launch Formula www.turnkeypodcast.com/ultimatelaunchformula FREE workshop on how to "Be A Great Guest."Free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Reinventing the Good Guy - He's not the Nice Guy with Amber De Vos Amber De Vos is a seasoned professional dedicated to transforming the dating and relationship landscape. With over a decade of experience as a celebrity photographer in New York City and a background in Anthropology, she employs a unique coaching approach. Amber equips her clients with effective dating and communication strategies, leveraging her 11+ years of personal development passion to help them grow and discover their best selves on their dating journeys. As a successful single woman with diverse dating experiences, she offers a distinctive perspective, helping men understand what women truly want. Amber's commitment to creating a meaningful and rewarding dating experience is underpinned by her belief in the transformative power of love. Amber is known for her inquisitiveness, passion, and empathic listening skills. Her goal is to empower clients to become the daters they aspire to be, cultivating trust, intention, and fun throughout the process. She firmly believes that a single great date can change someone's entire life and is unwavering in her mission to set her clients up for success in the world of dating and relationships. In this episode, we discuss: I'm not enough can lead us to compensate with things like love, sex, dating, drugs, and other things that will never fill that hole The Challenge Given and The Challenge Accepted Life is like an adventure video game The Journey to becoming a Seduction Expert Confidence, Charisma, and Connection Charm and making others feel good about themselves Social Anxiety How to connect with people and make them feel safe and comfortable Compliments are like salt Eye Contact Paying attention to the signals Defining: The Nice Guy, The Good Guy, and The Jerk Defining: Manipulation, Coercion, and Seduction What we can learn from Jen Sincero The First Kiss Confidence is trust in yourself Top 5 Mistakes Men Make in Dating Top 5 Mistakes Women Make in Dating You can connect with Amber de Vos here: Instagram: @the_seduxe Website: www.theseduxe.com You can connect with Alex Terranova here: Instagram: @InspirationalAlex Website: www.TheDreamMason.com Email: Alex@TheDreamMason.com Alex Terranova is an Executive & Leadership Coach, Performance & Success Alchemist, Author, Men's Retreat Leader & International Speaker. Yahoo Finance dubbed me “The Anti-Excuses Coach,” and I am the Co-Creator of The Alchemy of Men Retreat, which is reimagining conscious men's work & the Co-Creator of Your Love Adventure, an innovative, fun, & adventurous new take on dating. Since 2007 I have led and supported leaders and teams in operations, people, HR, and franchising in the Hospitality and Technology Industries, opening over 15 locations across the country and overseeing the training of hundreds of franchisees, managers, and team members. Since 2015 I have professionally coached hundreds of successful and influential individuals & businesses to thrive financially, enjoy better relationships, and achieve more, all with less stress, drama, and difficulty. As a Professional Certified Coach & the Founder of DreamMason Inc., I have uniquely combined raw, direct, and bold masculine tactics with magnetic, playful, and spiritual feminine ease. I am passionate and believe Integrity, Commitment, Vulnerability, Trust, and Faith make up the core of Authenticity, which provides access to living an exceptional life of abundance, love, & joy. My work has been featured on NBC, FOX, Yahoo Finance, The Good Men Project, Disrupt Magazine, Thrive Global, and Elephant Journal. Additionally, I have worked with athletes, entertainers, executives, & leaders in; MLB, LinkedIn, Shutterfly, Godiva, Chase, Million Dollar Sellers, and Coldwell Banker. I support people in creating real results, integrity, enjoyment, and peace so that they can be empowered and successful in what deeply matters to them and build effective teams and their legacy.
Nope, there's no marriage counseling at the beginning and the boys actually allow Emily to get a few words in edgewise. I give it at least 3 dancing lady emojis, maybe even 3.5. If you want to listen to a real show with actual useable content, check out Emily Aborn's "Content With Character" here- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/is-it-about-you-the-about-page-debate/id1684549940?i=1000625232406 Nice Sponsors: Get your free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift Acuity is the easiest way to schedule your podcast interviews, meetings, and life.Acuityscheduling.com See how The Nice Guys want to make your life easier? You can thank us later. Reach The Nice Guys Here: Doug- @DJDoug Strickland- @NiceGuyonBiz Nice Important Links: Subscribe to the Podcast website: Niceguysonbusiness.com Book Doug and/or Strick as a speaker at your upcoming event. Doug's Amazon #1 Best selling book Nice Guys Finish First. Partner Links: Amazon.com: Click before buying anything. Help support the podcast. Acuity Scheduling: Stop wasting time going back and forth scheduling appointmentsSimply the best VO guy in the business- https://steveobrienvo.com/ TurnKey Podcast Productions Important Links:The Ultimate Podcast Launch Formula www.turnkeypodcast.com/ultimatelaunchformula FREE workshop on how to "Be A Great Guest."Free E-Book 5 Ways to Make Money Podcasting at www.Turnkeypodcast.com/gift No time to get to this, but you can read the blog here: 12 worries that every entrepreneur has Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
This week, I'm riding solo to give my thoughts on the trope of "nice guys" and whether or not they are actually finishing last in the world of romance and love. ~ Get your Smart Funny & Black merch here! For more content, subscribe to our Youtube and Patreon!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.