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Prof. Dr. Christian Rieck
168. Gespräch Prof. Rieck mit Marc Friedrich Teil 1: Bitcoin, Crash, EZB, Klaus Schwab, Taiwan und mehr - Prof Rieck

Prof. Dr. Christian Rieck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 42:02


Marc Friedrich und Prof. Rieck unterhalten sich in einem Speed-Interview über Anregungen unserer Zuschauer. Ein Inhaltsverzeichnis folgt weiter unten. Marc Friedrichs neues Buch (das erfolgreichste Wirtschaftsbuch 2021, Jahresbestseller und unbedingt lesenswert): https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Bücher von mir: Die 36 Strategeme der Krise: Print: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Kindle: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Digni-Geld - Einkommen in den Zeiten der Roboter: print: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... Ebook: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... 0:00 Einleitung 1:50 Bitcoin-Verbot 3:11 Techno-Musik 3:48 Weltuntergangs-Prognosen 5:25 Crash-Prognosen und Ende des Euros 8:50 Negative Lebenseinstellung 9:30 Vegetarier 10:18 EZB in der Sackgasse? 15:00 Ist Klaus Schwab böse? 17:53 Resilienz 20:51 Waren Politiker schon immer so schlecht? 23:40 Nordstream 2 25:29 Bitcoin kaufen? 26:56 Corona-Maßnahmen 31:54 Wann holt sich China Taiwan? 34:50 Russland und die Ukraine 38:28 Twitterübernahme Wenn Sie lieber nicht bei Amazon kaufen, können Sie gern diesen unabhängigen Anbieter unterstützen: www.aha-buch.de (Ich bekomme keine Provision, aber Aha-Buch hat meine Bücher fast immer vorrätig.) Von mir erwähnte Produkte finden Sie hier: https://www.amazon.de/shop/profrieck Dort sind auch ein paar andere Produkte, die ich empfehle (ich bin Buch- und Technik-Junkie;-) Hier sind Affiliate-Links dabei, bei denen ich eine kleine Provision bekomme, ohne dass Sie mehr bezahlen. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Lust auf ein gutes Video jede Woche? Dann klicken Sie hier: https://www.youtube.com/c/ProfRieck?s... Mein Instragam-Account: https://www.instagram.com/profrieck/ Und zu Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProfRieck Hinweis: Die angegebenen Links können Affiliate-Links sein, bei denen ich eine Provision bekomme. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Haftungsausschluss: Dies ist ein Bildungskanal, kein Finanz- oder Medizinkanal. Der Inhalt meiner Videos bzw. Podcasts dient ausschließlich zur allgemeinen Information und ist kein finanzieller oder medizinischer Rat oder gar eine persönliche Empfehlung. Informieren Sie sich bitte immer aus mehreren unabhängigen Quellen und suchen Sie professionellen Rat für Ihre Entscheidungen, insbesondere im Bereich der Investments oder der Medizin. Die geäußerten Meinungen stellen keinerlei Aufforderung zum Handeln dar. Sie ist keine Aufforderung zum Kauf oder Verkauf von Vermögenswerten aller Art, also insbesondere Wertpapieren oder Sachwerten. Sie ist auch keine Aufforderung zu irgendeiner Form der Selbsttherapie oder Selbstdiagnose. Bitte nehmen Sie diese Hinweise ernst.

She's the man
Gefriendzoned! Und nun?

She's the man

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 47:35


In der heutigen Folge geht es um eure Probleme rund ums Thema Friendzone! Ihr habt uns eure Problemchen geschickt und wir haben unser Bestes gegeben euch mit gutem Rat zur Seite zu stehen. Fragen, Anregungen und Feedback könnt ihr uns gerne per Mail an shesthemanpodcast@outlook.com zukommen lassen.

3 Minuten Umweltrecht
Hilfe! Wo bleibt mein Bescheid? - Säumnisbeschwerde

3 Minuten Umweltrecht

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 3:00


„Was soll ich machen? Die Behörde entscheidet einfach nicht über meinen Antrag.“ Viele unserer Mandant:innen stellen sich diese Frage und suchen bei uns Rat. Oft mit einem hohen Leidensdruck, weil sie ein lange geplantes und durchdachtes Projekt endlich umsetzen möchten. Im neuen Video von „3 Minuten Umweltrecht“ spricht NHP-Rechtsanwältin Lisa Vockenhuber über mögliche Handlungsoptionen und welche Voraussetzungen hierfür erfüllt werden müssen.

Heart Heal über deinen Herzensweg: Dein Gesundheitspodcast
#056 Selbstwertgefühl - Ein Gericht für dich

Heart Heal über deinen Herzensweg: Dein Gesundheitspodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 40:51


Wenn Selbstwertgefühl ein gesundes erfrischendes Gericht wäre… Heute spreche ich mit dir über Pro Aktivität. Wie du pro aktiv, dein Selbstwertgefühl stärken kannst. Hierfür erhältst du 10 „Zutaten“✨ die dich dabei unterstützen können, dein Selbstwertgefühl zu stärken. Denn du bist immer G E N U G und unendlich viel wert❣️ Deine Gefühle sind wichtig. Doch du bist weder deine Gedanken noch deine Gefühle. Du hast Gedanken, so viele unterbewusst und die Folge davon sind häufig Gefühle. Du bist so viel mehr. Die Folge knüpft an die letzte Folge an, denn du erfährst auch, wie du pro aktiv lernen kannst deine Gefühle bewusster zu beobachten. Ich wünsche dir ganz viel Inspiration bei der heutigen Folge und freue mich über deine Gedanken dazu. Schreibe sie gerne in die Kommentare oder mir eine Nachricht, egal auf welchem Wege. Von ♥️ alles Liebe für dich Romina ______________________________________________________________ Du möchtest deinen Weg zu deinem gesünderen Ich weiter gehen? Ich unterstütze dich gerne auf deinem Weg zu mehr Selbstakzeptanz und Selbstliebe. Ob innerhalb eines 12 Wochencoachings „loving healthy healing“ oder durch ein separates Coaching ganz nach deinem aktuellen Thema, wir finden gemeinsam heraus, welche Blockaden und Glaubenssätze du auflösen darfst um deinen Herzensweg weiter zu gehen.♥︎ ⬇️⬇️ Alle Weiteren Infos zu meinen Seminaren oder Coachings findest du unter: https://www.coaching-aboutheartway.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heartheal_aboutheartway/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeartHealRvS E-Mail: coaching.aboutheartway@gmail.com Dieser Podcast ersetzt keinesfalls psychologische Beratung, keinen ärztlichen Rat oder Heilpraktischen Rat, solltest du in einer Form psychologische Beratung oder einen ärztlichen Rat benötigen, lege ich Dir ans Herz diese aufzusuchen.

Nick the Rat
EPISODE 347 : Back Again

Nick the Rat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


WDR 5 Profit
Wirtschaftsweise - Fernwärme - Tourismus - Fernverkehr 10.08.2022

WDR 5 Profit

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 20:45


Was macht der Sachverständigenrat? - Neu und weise? Neue Mitglieder im Rat der Wirtschaftsweisen - Fernwärme: Unterschätzte Energiequelle? - Tourismus boomt wieder - Rekorde im Fernverkehr: Kleine Verbesserungen versprochen - Moderation: Cordula Denninghoff Von Cordula Denninghoff.

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews
The Gary (Gray) Man and Bullet Train - Episode 303

the Chumpcast | Nerd News & Movie Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 62:58


Whhhhaats up ya'll and welcome to episode 303 of The Chumpcast! We are reunited for tales of stubbed toes, bad stories from cool events, and other dumb news. Also, The Gray (Gary) Man and Bullet Train!   0:10 - Mark doesn't understand the assignment, but let's review the unimportant parts of the last 3 weeks! 8:00 - Are you a degenerate gambler who loves fantasy football? Join our eliminator league! Head to our Discord server for more info 11:10 - NEWS and TRAILERS and CRAZY STUFF like Warner Bros canceling Batgirl. Also, Andor gets a delay, a better Pinocchio flick, and the MOTHMAN 33:15 - RECOMMENDATIONS because we have a whole lot to catch up on (like MacGruber, Harley Quinn S3, and Multiversus) 42:25 - We're reformulating our draft format, but in the meantime congrats to Cheating Brick the Rat on his hollow victory 45:55 - The Gray Man was a perfect name for a very bland Netflix movie, too bad this was called the Gary Man 52:20 - Could Bullet Train be the movie to redeem our episode? Who is the Diesel on your train?  1:01:35 - Next time on The Chumpcast… If you're looking for merch, you can check out our website, thechumpcast.com You can also support us by using our Amazon Affiliate link, thechumpcast.com/amazon.If you like us, tell a friend! Subscribers help us grow and bring you more of the content you love. We also appreciate ratings and reviews on iTunes. Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.

The Faerie Conclave
79 - Commander Deck Interview: Greasefang, Okiba Boss with Proxy

The Faerie Conclave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 37:32


On Episode 79 of The Faerie Conclave, Alec interviews Proxy about her Greasefang, Okiba Boss commander deck! We take a deep dive on what it looks like to build a deck around RATS WITH MOTORCYCLES! It was so much fun to talk about and the power of rats in EDH is no joke.Check out Proxy's content and links here.This week's Community Spotlight: J Ro / Unsummoned SkullCheck out J Ro's content and links here.Follow The Faerie Conclave's content and social medias here.The Faerie Conclave logo and imagery was created by Kirtly Maxfield who can be contacted for design services at thelichencollective.com.The Faerie Conclave theme music was created by Livi Cheney who can be found as soffboilite on SoundCloud.

One More Thing
ONE MORE THING 8-8-22

One More Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:53


On Today's One More Thing 8-8-22 Well throwing your phone maybe out of anger might get you a prize over in Finland !! Back in the year 2000 it became a sport over there and they set a world record to. A guy named Dries Feremans set it by throwing a cell phone 110 meters ( which comes out to be about 360 feet.) The phones are supplied by the sponsors and you get to pick what phone you want to throw. During the sport you get judged on throwing distance and technique. Now the person throwing the phone has some rules to follow with staying in the throwing area and if they step out of that area the throw will be no pun intended but thrown out. This sport does let men or women do this and even kids can play to at 12 and over. Now when the jury comes in with the final say you can not protest it all. Most of the people who compete do the traditional over the shoulder throw and whomever throws the furthest is the winner. It does have a team of 3 so i say we get a Rat team together and get over to Finland and get it going. And there is no drug test too.  That's today's One More Thing On The Morning Rat Race ! 

No Sweat News
NO SWEAT NEWS 8-8-22

No Sweat News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:31


On Today's No Sweat News 8-8-22 Story Number 1: Well look at this big jerk, story goes like this. Dateline Everett Washington and police there are looking for a guy who went to a kids lemonade snack stand and picked out $15 worth of stuff. Then he paid the kid with a $100 bill. So he got his $85 bucks worth of change and left. This kid whos name is Jeremy was so smart and should work for The Secret Service noticed the paper on the bill felt and looked funny and went to a nearby gas station and the clerk said yes its a counterfeit bill. There was a camera nearby Jeremy lemonade stand so the police do have some what of an idea what this guy looks like, but yet has been caught. In a good final ending a GoFundMe page that has already raised Jeremy $11,000 !! So good for Jeremy and the great people that donated. Story Number 2: Well it's FL capital of The No Sweat News, this guy needs to put down the pipe and get some help cause he used the worst excuse ever. It looks like last Thursday a 31 year old guy hitting a glass pip and when police came up to him he had stated " HEY OFFICER METH IS LEGAL NOW !!: Bad news for that guy cause its not, and he is be charged with drug possession charges, not to mention he was trying to get away from police so now he got hit with resisting police. He was also arrested 3 months ago for meth and drug paraphernalia. Im sure the judge will throw the book at him for this one. Story Number 3:  This is just crazy !  A man posted some fliers up offering up " A FREE REFRIGERATOR" He say's it looks and works great to. Not one but two catches come with it. One you have to pick it up. Two  IT''S POSSESSED BY HIS DEAD STEP MOM ! What in the world? The flier say's " My Stepmother had a heart attack in the kitchen in the middle of a storm and her soul was transferred into our smart fridge. He say's she has been commented on how many slices of cheese he has eaten or even if he put the lid back on. This story might be a prank though cause the number on the bottom when called brings you to an appliance store. The people at the store got about 100 calls already about the cursed fridge and they really don't know anything about it. That's Today's No Sweat News, study up for the quiz on Friday morning and thank you for rocking out with The Morning Rat Race on 95.9 The Rat.  

Aktiv Vegan
#173 | Tierischer Besuch am Wochenende und mein Tipp im Umgang mit hasserfüllten Menschen

Aktiv Vegan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 27:55


Letztes Wochenende hatten wir flauschigen Besuch in Form einer Ratte und drei Vögeln. Was ich daraus gelernt habe, erfahrt ihr in dieser Podcast Epos. Aber damit nicht genug! Außerdem gebe ich euch einen sehr wichtigen Rat an die Hand wie ihr euch verraten könnte, wenn ihr in einer hitzigen Debatte steckt, lange hasserfüllte Nachrichten geschickt bekommt oder Treffen mit bestimmten Menschen immer wieder im Streit enden. Viel Freude bei der Folge und viele Grüße Marc Wichtige Petition die ihr unterschreiben solltet! ▶ https://www.europa-ohne-tierversuche.de/ ▶ https://eci.ec.europa.eu/019/public/#/screen/home Hier kannst du mich erreichen und mein eBook bekommen: https://linktr.ee/Marc_604 Diese Filme musst du gesehen haben! Im Film „Dominion“ siehst du was mit Tieren geschieht, wenn du nicht vegan bist ▶ www.an3x.org Du möchtest möglichst lange fit und frei von Krankheiten leben? ▶ Netflix: The Game Changers Du isst noch Meereslebewesen? Das sind die Folgen! ▶ Netflix: Seaspiracy

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico
164. - The Rat and the man behind Boston's legendary rock dive, Jim Harold (R.I.P.)

Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:24


From 1973-1997, Jim Harold ran one of the most well-known and popular live music clubs not only in Boston, but in America. The long list of great bands that played the legendary basement is incredible. Jim passed away this past week so we reached out to some locals for their thoughts on the man and the club and this week we remember Jim Harold and perhaps the greatest rock bar in Boston history. Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) The Neighborhoods "Arrogance"(recorded live at The Rat in 1992) The Real Kids "Somewhere West Of Nowhere" Recorded on August 6, 2022 by Mike Nash at Voice Motel, Somerville MA This podcast was supported by Baby Loves Tacos(Pittsburgh PA) and Disorder Vintage(Boston MA) Keep the Rock N Roll alive! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support

Wohlfühlgewicht - abnehmen & wohlfühlen durch intuitive Ernährung, Achtsamkeit, Selbstliebe, Meditation & Motivation

Intuitives Essen und Mealprep. Passt das zusammen oder ist das ein Widerspruch?  Um diese Frage und Möglichkeiten, dein Essen vorzubereiten und dennoch intuitiv zu essen geht es in diesem Video.

Francois Lambert
Les actualités du jour, dimanche 7 août 2022 [En prenant votre café]

Francois Lambert

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 29:01


Les actualités du jour, dimanche 7 août 2022   En prenant votre café, c'est ici: https://bit.ly/3SurkWB   Les grands titres:   Actualités: - Commandite de sirop d'érable - L'augmentation du prix du lait non justifié - 80 is the new 60 - 8e vague? - Oratoire de 50 à 160 millions - RAT le bol - Le Prince Charles - Corrida au Mexique     Au Québec: - La popularité des politiciens l'été - "Pour en finir" - Tom Brady   Êtes-vous tombé sur la tête? - L'employé du mois - Le trekking   Finance: - Le prix de la bière - L'effondrement du secteur du 'pot' - Une entreprise française dans la sève d'érable   Insolite: - Bill de 10$ et de 100$ - Pays aimant plus le fin - Darwin Awards - Les fourmis paresseuses     [00:00] Intro [02:20] Chanson du jour [03:40] Actualités [14:00] Au Québec [18:10] Êtes-vous tombé sur la tête [20:00] Finance [24:31] Insolite [28:30] Conclusion   Est-ce que je vous ai déjà dit que l'érable, c'était plus qu'une canne? www.francoislambert.one      

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast
NEW! ALEKSANDAR RAKOVIC - MI SMO JAKA I ZRELA SRPSKA NACIJA 8.4.22

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 59:05


SERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO – PROF DR ALEKSANDAR RAKOVICNAUCNI SAVETNIK U INSTITUTU ZA NOVIJU ISTORIJU SRBIJE• TEMELJNI UGOVOR I MONTENEGRINSKA HARANGA• SPC JE 800 GODINA PRISUTNA U CG• DRITAN ABAZOVIC ZASLUZUJE ZAHVALNOST SRPSKOG NARODA• ZDRAVKO KRIVOKAPIC NAJVECA PREVARA OD RAZBIJANJA YU• VLADA CG NECE BITI SRUSENA• HRVATI PROTERALI 500.000 SRBA I IZVRSILI GENOCID NAD SRBIMA• PORODICA PREDSEDNIKA ZORANA MILANOVICA OD PARTIZANA DO USTASA• REZOLUCIJA O GENOCIDU NAD SRBIMA• UJEDINJENJE SRBIJE, CG I RS U JEDINSTVENU DRZAVUSERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO IS A KEY PLAYER AMONG THE ETHNIC BROADCASTERS IN THE U.S. AND IS CONSIDERED THE NUMBER ONE MEDIA OUTLET IN THE SERBIAN-AMERICAN AND BALKAN COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA.SERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO BROADCASTS DAILY FROM 3PM TO 4PM CST ON WNWI AM 1080, CHICAGO.HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.NET HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.COMSupport the show

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast
NOVO! PROF DR MILOS VESIN - HRVATI TRAGOVIMA KRVI ISPISUJU SVOJU 'ISTORIJU' 8.5.22

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 15:47


SRPSKI RADIO CIKAGO – PROF DR MILOS VESIN• 27 GODINA OD STRAVICNOG ETNICKOG CISCENJA SRBA IZ HR• ZVERSKI ZLOCIN NA TZV AUTOPUTU BRATSTVA I JEDINSTVA• KO JE SPASAVAO SRPSKU DECU IZ DALMACIJE• PERFIDNI BISKUPI IZ HRVATSKE, LOGORI ZA DECU U NDH I PIROVANJE BEZUMLJA • MANASTIRI KRKA, DRAGOVIC I KRUPA SVEDOCE 800 GODINA O SRBIMA U HR• MOLITVA ZA PLEMENITU SRPKINJU SASU I PONOSNOG SRBINA CEDOMIRA VIDOVICASERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO IS A KEY PLAYER AMONG THE ETHNIC BROADCASTERS IN THE U.S. AND IS CONSIDERED THE NUMBER ONE MEDIA OUTLET IN THE SERBIAN-AMERICAN AND BALKAN COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA.SERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO BROADCASTS DAILY FROM 3PM TO 4PM CST ON WNWI AM 1080, CHICAGO.HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.COMHTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.NETSupport the show

radioMikro - Wissen für Kinder
Lachlabor: Hätten Dinosaurier Menschen als Lieblingsessen gehabt?

radioMikro - Wissen für Kinder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 23:41


Wir haben uns um knapp 65 Millionen Jahre verpasst: Mensch und Dino. Aber wenn wir gemeinsam mit den Giganten auf der Erde gelebt hätten, hätten wir Menschen ihnen geschmeckt? Mischa und Tina begeben sich auf Zeitreise, spielen Dino-Quartett, testen Verteidigungsstrategien und bekommen Rat von Dinosaurier-Experte Oliver Rauhut von der Paläontologischen Staatssammlung in München.

DDCAST - Was ist gut? Design, Kommunikation, Architektur
DDCAST 103 - Nina Sieverding und Anton Rahlwes "FORM FRAGEN 01 - Salone Del Mobile 2022"

DDCAST - Was ist gut? Design, Kommunikation, Architektur

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 29:50


Die Zeitschrift form und der DDCAST arbeiten zusammen. Ab sofort gibt es im DDCAST „form fragen“-Extraausgaben. Nina Sieverding und Anton Rahlwes, die Chefredakteur:innen der form, im Gespräch mit Georg-Christof Bertsch. Es geht um den Blick auf aktuelle Designereignisse. In diesem Fall ein Rückblick auf den Salone del Mobile in Mailand Die form ist eines der traditionsreichsten Designmedien der Welt. Das „Zentralorgan der deutschen Designszene“ kommt aus dem Print. Wir alle sind mit ihr aufgewachsen. Sie erscheint seit 65 Jahren! Der DDCAST ist eines der jüngsten Designmedien der Welt. Unser kleiner Podcast ist ein digital native. Was haben wir gemeinsam? Nun, wir mögen uns. Und wir haben eine ähnliche Vorstellung von Qualität und der Relevanz sehr sorgfältiger Arbeit. Nina Sieverding, form: „Für uns ergibt die Zusammenarbeit mit einem rein digitalen Medium, das mit einem viel schnelleren Rhythmus arbeitet, Sinn. Der DDCAST erscheint pünktlich zum Wochenstart. Wir dagegen nehmen uns viel Zeit und erscheinen alle drei Monate. Das mag in der Ära von Social Media kontraintuitiv wirken. Aber wir glauben an die sinnlichen Qualitäten von besonderen Papieren, Farben, Haptiken und auch Inhalten.“ Anton Rahlwes, form: „Unser Leitmedium in der form-Medienfamilie ist Print. Print gehört – mittlerweile – zu den langsamsten Medien. Wir drehen jedes Wort dreimal um, bevor wir es drucken. Kritischer Designjournalismus steht bei uns an erster Stelle – und der Erfolg der letzten Zeit gibt uns Recht. Dafür sind wir dankbar. Unser Prinzip einer offenen und diskursiven Kommunikation bekräftigen wir mit der DDCAST-Kooperation.“ Rainer Gehrisch, DDCAST: „Ich freue mich sehr, dass die Zusammenarbeit zustande gekommen ist. Wir haben vor zwei Jahren mit dem Cast angefangen und wussten wirklich nicht, wo das hingeht. Dass der DDCAST eine derartige Reputation und Reichweite aufbauen würde, war nicht absehbar. Nach dem Rat für Formgebung und den German Design Graduates arbeiten wir nun auch mit der Designzeitschrift form fest zusammen. Das ist wirklich schön.“ Georg-Christof Bertsch, DDCAST: „Unser Redaktionskonzept folgt drei Richtlinien: 1. Vielfalt, Vielfalt, Vielfalt. 2. Radikal gendern, Diversität feiern, Alters-Diskrimierung entgegenarbeiten. 3. Neues ausprobieren. Experimentieren. Deshalb bringen wir neben Design-Superstars auch unbekannte Gestalter:innen, die keinen Stein auf dem anderen lassen. Wir bringen Wissenschaftler:innen und Ökonom:innen. Das alles sind massive Einflussfaktoren auf die Zukunft des Designs. Der Stt der Zusammenarbeit mit der form ist für mich ein bewegender Moment.“

Lebe Mutig Live-Podcast mit Kerim Kakmaci
#071: STOPPT MOBBING - Wie wir Verantwortung übernehmen und Kinder & Jugendliche schützen

Lebe Mutig Live-Podcast mit Kerim Kakmaci

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 61:52


Im Interview: Carsten Stahl - Präventionscoach, Anti-Mobbing- & Anti-Gewalt-Trainer Als Initiator von Camp Stahl ist er täglich an Schulen in ganz Deutschland unterwegs und gibt u.a. Präventionskurse gegen Gewalt und Mobbing sowie Kurse für Selbstverteidigung und richtiges Verhalten in Not- und Gefahrensituationen oder zum Aufbau von Selbstbewusstsein und gegen das „Mitläufersyndrom“. Unermüdlich setzt sich Carsten Stahl dafür ein, unsere Gesellschaft und unsere Politiker für das Thema Gewalt und Mobbing an Schulen, zu sensibilisieren. Dabei spielt es keine Rolle, welche Partei oder Organisation seinen Rat sucht.

Prof. Dr. Christian Rieck
167. Auf dem Weg zum Krieg? Die Strategien des Taiwan-Konflikts - Prof Rieck

Prof. Dr. Christian Rieck

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 23:09


Provozieren die #usa China bis zum Krieg? Sind die "Manöver" mit scharfer Munition mehr als nur eine Drohgebärde? Wiederholen sich hier die Fehler wie bei der Ukraine? Die Antworten dazu aus Sicht der Spieltheorie. Hier das erwähnte Buch: Die 36 Strategeme der Krise: Print: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Kindle: https://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASI... Digni-Geld - Einkommen in den Zeiten der Roboter: print: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... Ebook: http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN... Wenn Sie lieber nicht bei Amazon kaufen, können Sie gern diesen unabhängigen Anbieter unterstützen: www.aha-buch.de (Ich bekomme keine Provision, aber Aha-Buch hat meine Bücher fast immer vorrätig.) Von mir erwähnte Produkte finden Sie hier: https://www.amazon.de/shop/profrieck Dort sind auch ein paar andere Produkte, die ich empfehle (ich bin Buch- und Technik-Junkie;-) Hier sind Affiliate-Links dabei, bei denen ich eine kleine Provision bekomme, ohne dass Sie mehr bezahlen. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Lust auf ein gutes Video jede Woche? Dann klicken Sie hier: https://www.youtube.com/c/ProfRieck?s... Mein Instragam-Account: https://www.instagram.com/profrieck/ Und zu Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProfRieck Hinweis: Die angegebenen Links können Affiliate-Links sein, bei denen ich eine Provision bekomme. Vielen Dank, falls Sie diese Links nutzen! Haftungsausschluss: Dies ist ein Bildungskanal, kein Finanz- oder Medizinkanal. Der Inhalt meiner Videos bzw. Podcasts dient ausschließlich zur allgemeinen Information und ist kein finanzieller oder medizinischer Rat oder gar eine persönliche Empfehlung. Informieren Sie sich bitte immer aus mehreren unabhängigen Quellen und suchen Sie professionellen Rat für Ihre Entscheidungen, insbesondere im Bereich der Investments oder der Medizin. Die geäußerten Meinungen stellen keinerlei Aufforderung zum Handeln dar. Sie ist keine Aufforderung zum Kauf oder Verkauf von Vermögenswerten aller Art, also insbesondere Wertpapieren oder Sachwerten. Sie ist auch keine Aufforderung zu irgendeiner Form der Selbsttherapie oder Selbstdiagnose. Bitte nehmen Sie diese Hinweise ernst. #taiwan

Handelsblatt Disrupt
Talentrocket-Gründerin Oehl: Warum sich Arbeitgeber bei Bewerbern bewerben müssen – und nicht umgekehrt

Handelsblatt Disrupt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 42:45


Der Arbeitskräftemangel ist so dramatisch wie nie - 1,74 Millionen Stellen waren im ersten Quartal dieses Jahres unbesetzt. Im Podcast Handelsblatt Disrupt spricht Chefredakteur Sebastian Matthes mit einer Frau, die den Fachkräftemangel zu ihrer Lebensaufgabe gemacht hat: Magdalena Oehl, Co-Gründerin der Karriereplattform Talentrocket, vernetzt arbeitsuchende Juristen mit großen und mittelständischen Kanzleien. Konnten Unternehmen noch vor wenigen Jahren den besten Kandidaten aus einer Vielzahl von Bewerbern auswählen, seien es jetzt die Unternehmen, die mit einem attraktiven Arbeitsumfeld die Aufmerksamkeit der Bewerber auf sich ziehen müssten, sagt Oehl. Gerade in konservativen Branchen wie den Rechtswissenschaften hätten ältere Partner diese Denkweise noch nicht begriffen. „Es kommt häufig vor, dass sich immer noch darüber echauffiert wird, wie jemand im ersten Gespräch nach Teilzeit oder Remote work fragen kann“, sagt sie. Stattdessen müssten Unternehmen auf diese Fragen vorbereitet sein und gute Antworten liefern. Im Podcast gibt Oehl Personalern Tipps, wie sie Talente für das eigene Unternehmen gewinnen können. Oehl spricht auch über ihre Erfahrung als Gründerin in einer männlich dominierten Start-up-Welt, den Ursprung ihrer Karriere und die Motivation, als Jura-Absolventin eine Jobplattform aufzubauen. Aus eigener Betroffenheit sei die Idee entstanden, sagt sie. Als Oehl 2012 nach ihrem Examen selbst einen Job suchte und im Internet nicht fündig wurde, bat sie das Karrierezentrum ihrer Universität um Rat – eine „Abstellkammer“ mit „Leitz-Ordnern“, bestückt mit Blättern, „die Informationen über Kanzleien beinhalten sollten“, sagt sie. Das war der Auslöser, ein Geschäftsmodell zu entwickeln, das die Jobsuche digitalisiert. Heute beschäftigt Talentrocket 50 Mitarbeiter und ist seit 2020 profitabel. *** Das exklusive Abo-Angebot für Sie als Handelsblatt Disrupt-Hörerinnen und Hörer: Testen Sie Handelsblatt Premium 6 Wochen für 1 € und mit etwas Glück können Sie zudem einen Kindle eReader gewinnen. Mehr Informationen unter: www.handelsblatt.com/sommer-special

Baleine sous Gravillon - Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast
Best of d'été 15 : Vision 2/2 : La lumière rouge de Malacosteus, "Predator" des abysses !

Baleine sous Gravillon - Petit Poisson deviendra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 9:16


L'étrangissime Malacosteus niger vit dans la zone aphotique, c'est-à-dire dans la zone à partir de laquelle la photosynthèse n'est plus possible, faute de lumière. Cette zone commence en général vers 200m, mais le Malacosteus vit plutôt vers 500m. Le nom Malacosteus vient du grec et signifie “os mou”. En anglais, les espèces de ce genre sont aussi appelées Rat-trap fish, "poisson piège à rats", en raison de la forme de leurs mâchoires. Les poissons de cette famille (genres Malacosteus, Aristostomias et Pachystomias) sont les seuls poissons connus produisant de la bioluminescence rouge. Cette lumière rouge est produite grâce à un organe placé sur sa joue. Un repli de peau sous l'œil leur évite d'être éblouis par leur propre lumière. La plupart de leurs proies ne perçoivent pas la lumière rouge. Malacosteus chasse donc en mode furtif, avec un faisceau de lumière invisible de leurs proies.  _______  

El sótano
El sótano - Una tarde con The Sadies (I) - 03/08/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:28


Arrancamos una serie de tres episodios en donde vamos a repasar la discografía de The Sadies, centrándonos en los principales álbumes en solitario de la banda canadiense desde su formación a mediados de los 90. Picoteamos en este primer capítulo en sus tres primeros trabajos, discos en donde los hermanos Dallas y Travis Good, junto a sus inseparables Sean Dean al bajo y Mike Belitski a la batería, comenzaron a dar forma a su personal sonido construido a base de country rock, psicodelia, folk, garage y surf instrumental. Playlist; (sintonía) THE SADIES “Dying is easy” (Precious moments, 1998) THE SADIES “Pretty Polly” (Precious moments, 1998) THE SADIES “Tell her lies and feed her candy” (Precious moments, 1998) THE SADIES “Cowhand” (Precious moments, 1998) THE SADIES “Lil cottontail” (Precious moments, 1998) THE SADIES “Rat creek” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “It’s nothing to me” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Medecine ball” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Higher power” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Talkin’ down” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Eastwinds” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “With a splash” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Cloud rider” (Pure diamond gold, 1999) THE SADIES “Pass the chutney” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “Flash” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “One million songs” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “Wearin’ that loved on look” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “Wasn’t born to follow” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “Mother of Earth” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) THE SADIES “Before I wake” (Tremendous efforts, 2001) Escuchar audio

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast
EXCLUSIVE! ADVOKAT DALIBOR KAVARIC - DRITAN ABAZOVIC USAO U ISTORIJU 8.3.22

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 20:44


SRPSKI RADIO CIKAGO – ADVOKAT DALIBOR KAVARICPRAVNI ZASTUPNIK MPC SPC• POTPISAN TEMELJNI UGOVOR DRZAVE CG I SPC• ISPUNJEN DRUGI AMANET MITROPOLITA AMFILOHIJA• MOLIM POBEDNIKE DA ISPUNE I TRECI AMANET• DRITAN ABAZOVIC HRABAR COVEK KOJI DRZI REC• 43. VLADA CG NECE PASTI• ISKLJUCUJEM MOGUCNOST NEMIRA U CGSERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO IS A KEY PLAYER AMONG THE ETHNIC BROADCASTERS IN THE U.S. AND IS CONSIDERED THE NUMBER ONE MEDIA OUTLET IN THE SERBIAN-AMERICAN AND BALKAN COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA.SERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO BROADCASTS DAILY FROM 3PM TO 4PM CST ON WNWI AM 1080, CHICAGO.HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.NET HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.COMSupport the show

Nick the Rat
EPISODE 346 : Reratrinration

Nick the Rat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Bring out your dead

Hometime with Bush & Richie
The One Who Had A Rat Nemesis

Hometime with Bush & Richie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:19


Richie riding solo on today's Daily Takeaway, listen to him tell his story of Man Vs. Rat!

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Boston City Council Addresses Growing Concern Of Rats

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 0:44


Boston has some unwanted critters and the city is working on a plan to get rid of them. WBZ's Karyn Regal has more.

The Bledsoe Show
The Cure for a Curse

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 82:27


00:00.33 mikebledsoe Yes, I was just writing I was doing my books waiting on that max here and. 00:01.00 Max Shank Oh. 00:07.77 Max Shank We were just saying. It's nothing like a ah novel. It's nothing like a ah book. But that's how it all really began was we wanted to write down that you owe me 10 goats and I owe you. My daughter's hand in marriage when she comes of age or something like that right? it's it's Contracts. It's contracts. Basically I O use. 00:25.60 mikebledsoe Yeah I remember. Ah yeah, it's a recording of of transactions so recording of contracts agreements the I remember um watching my. 00:42.30 Max Shank It's like the word record you record a record. 00:44.30 mikebledsoe yeah yeah I remember watching my dad do the books for his business back in like you know the 80 s and 90 s you know I wasn't I wasn't aware enough to know what he was doing until probably the early 90 s but ah. 00:49.82 Max Shank Yeah. E. 01:03.41 mikebledsoe Yeah I just remember him like having an actual book of things and and writing in the ledger where the money went and this not I Just remember like that was the most frustrated I ever saw him like. 01:11.51 Max Shank Oh. 01:18.76 Max Shank Is. 01:20.69 mikebledsoe Like the guy. The guy's a craftsman right? He he was a craftsman and so like ah he was a builder like he did a lot of ah home improvements but also built these really amazing cabins from scratch and yeah. 01:24.29 Max Shank What craft. 01:36.18 Max Shank No shit building a cabin from scratch is like a really cool thing I think now that's what I think is cool now I think that is cool now I used to think lifting something really really big over your head was super cool. 01:39.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, so he was. 01:43.13 mikebledsoe Totally. 01:52.25 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, yeah. 01:55.28 Max Shank And it still kind of is but now making your own cabin from scratch that is fricking cool. 02:01.27 mikebledsoe Well, it's interesting because you know he was so gifted at that and then because he wanted to do things the way he wanted to do them meant that he was going to own his own business which then came with all these other ah requirements. Ah, for. 02:18.27 Max Shank Who. 02:20.53 mikebledsoe To do that because and really the only reason is required is because you have to pay taxes. Other than that you you wouldn't actually have to maintain books. It'd probably be beneficial to maintain books to maintain a ah record of of your transactions and all that stuff. 02:31.97 Max Shank Yeah. 02:37.60 mikebledsoe But I think a guy like that would have done better just to have been winging it the whole time and put more of his attention into what he was actually skilled at. 02:45.24 Max Shank Man that speaks so much to me because we could talk about this probably all day right? where these different personality types crazy thrive in one way and then really struggle in another way and it's like how do you. Compound and multiply your zone of Genius while minimizing the damage of one of these let's just call it a ah deficit or or just like a ah simple lack of desire to do you know back in the day if if you went out on the hunt. 03:15.51 mikebledsoe Um, what. 03:22.60 Max Shank Crafting is like a version of hunting or gathering kind of you can make that that leap it's about energy transformation and generation. Ah, there was no need to really keep a record because you either came home with food or you did not. There's no like little book. Oh I can. 03:35.72 mikebledsoe Right. 03:41.83 Max Shank Didn't get food again today. It's like no, we all know. 03:43.47 mikebledsoe Yeah I think the only like thinking ahead that people had to do early on was if you lived up North you had to think about the seasons changing but aside from that you know if the the closer you move to the equator the less. 03:53.97 Max Shank Um, yeah. 04:01.48 mikebledsoe You really have to keep a record or think about much of the past or the future. It really is about. Did you bring home a kill today or did you find some food today or are we warm. Are we comfortable today? Yeah, so yeah, the um I you know what I I find to be interesting is. 04:10.29 Max Shank Right. 04:21.38 mikebledsoe I avoided doing the books in my business I avoided doing bookkeeping anything with finance at all and so ah, a little over a year ago I decided to I was talking to a friend I was talking to a friend like two and a half years ago and he was like well. 04:27.48 Max Shank It. Ah. 04:40.29 mikebledsoe You know you've never done your books I go no he goes you should probably do your books at some point just so you you know what's happening in the business like at a very granular level and I go I go. Okay, he goes I Still do my books and he's he runs multiple companies and. 04:47.89 Max Shank I. 04:58.20 mikebledsoe This and that definitely a different personality than I am right? but but he was right. There was a there was a there was something about the business I didn't quite understand yes I could get by without it I didn't need to do it. But if I rip. 05:00.86 Max Shank Um, yeah. 05:09.86 Max Shank Um, well, you're a star Mike you can make it you can make it work even if it's not a good plan and I can relate. 05:23.74 mikebledsoe It's how you broke up for a None 05:24.72 Max Shank Oh you can make a good plan Work. You can make a bad plan work. Ah, just because you have those skills and I can super relate to that and when you're ah less wise you trick yourself into thinking. That you had a good plan but really, you had a shit plan and you just happened to pull a miracle out of your ass. 05:48.20 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's a pattern of behavior if you were to look back that the ah and it it is. It's like my whole family The ah the whole family. There was a saying growing up was like a ble so could fall into a pile of shit and still smell like a rose. 05:57.65 Max Shank But. 06:08.40 mikebledsoe like like 1 of those like we would put ourselves in these predicaments. But somehow we'd fucking escape. Yeah yeah, and it was kind of like a running joke. But the the thing is is when that is true when that's happened enough times. It starts. 06:14.20 Max Shank Find the shower. Yeah. 06:22.76 Max Shank Oh. 06:27.66 mikebledsoe It's It's hard to make planning important when not planning you still get pretty good Results. Maybe not the ultimate result you're looking for but pretty good results and I think most people have ah they have developed some type. Of something in their personality ah patterns of behavior in their life where they have continued to get a reward and so that's why they keep behaving that way even though there might be some people saying hey you might want to try it this other way. It's like why would I listen to somebody suggesting to do it another way unless my weight. Hasn't been working but what happens is as we get to a certain point that has happened with me. It's like I keep butting up against the same ceiling right? It's like oh every time I try to make more than this amount of money I hit the ceiling every time I do this I hit a ceiling and or every time I have a certain goal I hit a ceiling in the in. 07:17.28 Max Shank Oh. 07:22.65 Max Shank On. 07:27.70 mikebledsoe Reason is because the thing that got me to where I am now is probably the thing that's going to hold me back moving forward and I'm ah I'm a huge fan of of ah knowing your weaknesses and studying it. 07:33.46 Max Shank Interesting idea. 07:46.19 mikebledsoe A little bit just so you know what you don't know like I I do I learn enough about finance so that I know how to I can at least spot the Bs I can tell if somebody else knows what they're talking about. But if I don't know anything about it and I just straight up delegate it Out. I I think that's dangerous because I've done that before and gotten burned. How about you have you had like business partnerships and stuff like that where like not necessarily because somebody burned you. But. 08:12.67 Max Shank Um, like you repeat that you you receive you repeat the same pattern is that what you're asking or. 08:18.90 mikebledsoe No, no, no like if you don't know enough about a task that you have not developed yourself and say you completely outsource that task That's that's a problem. 08:29.86 Max Shank Oh yeah, yeah, you put something you put something outside of your observation and and it leaves you vulnerable in in several ways I know at Discount Tire They don't promote anyone from the outside. It's only from the um. 08:47.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, um. 08:49.31 Max Shank The bottom up the whole thing and it's all about knowing every part of the process. Ah dude, you've said so many things that I want to respond to I took a couple notes here and the first one was ah in relation to the the bookkeeping. It's like. 09:01.15 mikebledsoe You. 09:07.88 Max Shank Reminded me immediately of the word intuitive eating and intuitive movement. So now we have intu intuitive finances. Ah here here on our show. We do intuitive finance is a new course coming out featuring ah featuring ah the. 09:19.79 mikebledsoe Let me go see if that domain's available. 09:26.96 Max Shank The crypto prince Mike Bledso and the ah the dinosaur. 09:29.82 mikebledsoe Um, there's like so many domains I have to buy right now just spitting them out. Yeah. 09:35.97 Max Shank Totally all right? So check it, you have intuitive eating and intuitive movement people are probably familiar with those terms but None of the things I was talking with my buddy about ah we're like man how are you shouldn't do. Intuitive eating if you suck like if you don't have knowledge and skills like intuitive eating is for sure the best way I would I mean it's a bold claim intuitive eating can be wonderful but you but also you need to have. 10:05.30 mikebledsoe Well, you have to be in touch with your intuition for it to work for 1 10:14.61 Max Shank Some understanding of what is in the food like you can't if you go on just like pure ah like gut reaction. You're just going to eat ah like chips and soda pop all day long because it's delicious. So with finances you dig into the books a little bit. 10:17.74 mikebledsoe By the way. 10:34.52 Max Shank Now you might have a chance to approach something. That's a little bit more intuitive because now you have that vocabulary that ah understanding of the elements right? So that was the None thing I thought of um, it made me laugh. 10:50.14 mikebledsoe Let's you got to have this structure. You have to have this structure in order to flow and like an intuition and flow go hand in hand. Yeah, exactly. 10:55.40 Max Shank Right? We're talking about that last week right we were talking about that last week. The pipes are the structure and it harnesses the flow in the direction you want it to go ah and then the other thing that was interesting. We were talking about how? ah. A good outcome doesn't mean you had a good plan and if you're a super achiever guy. You can basically make a bad plan work and you don't want to conflate those 2 you don't want to confuse those things and think oh my plan was good. Really no, you're a stud but your plan sucks and so that's kind of. Looking at those weaknesses and then finally um, the the the identity perpetuating patterns is a funny one to me like if you ah I don't I don't know if this is true. It feels kind of true to me. But if you pride yourself and you label yourself as someone who's extremely tough who can take a lot of punishment and get back up every time they fall down. I have this idea that life is going to feed you more of that. What do you What do you think about that your identity perpetuating your reality. 12:15.37 mikebledsoe Um, oh yeah, absolutely the? Ah ah well what we have to talk about the reticular activating system in this case and ah the RAS as a part of the brain. 12:27.38 Max Shank Save the 10 dollars words for another podcast you son of a bitch. 12:34.80 mikebledsoe Is responsible for so spotting things. So for instance, um, if I go buy a red pickup truck. What am I going to see a lot of on the road red pickup truck. We all know this we've all heard you know and we've all had the experience of. 12:35.99 Max Shank Fucking nerd. 12:45.98 Max Shank You. 12:52.32 mikebledsoe We become interested in something and then all of a sudden we we start seeing it everywhere and we see it's a sign. Um and and so ah, the same thing happens with identity. If we believe something about ourselves and I like the way you talk about identity max which is you know the story we tell ourselves about ourselves if we that is our identity and we have this story about what is true I also like to think about what we believe to be true about ourselves and what we believe to be true about the world. Those are the None big things to have beliefs about right? It's either a belief about self or belief. 13:28.64 Max Shank Yeah, maybe that's what encompasses your identity right? is your place in the world. Also it's not just the label you attach to yourself. It's um, there's that classic phrase is you know. Life is happening for you. Some people believe and some people believe life happens to you I used to start off asking people questions like ah do you feel Life is more like a game a show or a ride I used to start all my like coaching programs with these weird. 13:47.29 mikebledsoe Right. 14:07.70 Max Shank Questions and then I'd ask people what the word intelligent means and people would stumble all over it and have no clue what smart even means and it was just like this fun thing but depending on how you see life if you see life is more like a ride you might have a hell of a wild and awesome ride. But it's going to be different than someone who thinks they are playing a game that they must win right? It's going to be huge difference. 14:27.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, totally yeah, right is passive that it's happening and there's not much I'm going to do um, a game I'm an active participant. It might be great. Ah. 14:36.17 Max Shank Um, and it might be great. It might be great. The the thing is like I want to I make sure that people understand I'm not trying to say that one is superior although I love games and winning is fun. Winning isn't everything. But it's the only thing right? There's that all like ah but I've I've met people who live life like it's a ride and they they do well and they're very happy and I've seen people who. Live life like a game and it's a real challenge the whole time and it doesn't look as far and vice versa. So There's quadrants you know. 15:19.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, well I think the ride I think the ride is a good way to go if you have momentum in a certain direction. There's like because well well what? what? ah. 15:32.12 Max Shank Everybody's got momentum in a certain direction dude like you the word momentum starts with the word mom. As soon as you get launched out of a vagina there is momentum to you. 15:42.85 mikebledsoe Yeah, well if you're if you're in a poor trajectory and you're on a ride then it's not a good thing. But if you have if you're going in a great direction with Momentum then the ride is probably really good for you. So. 15:45.53 Max Shank Your life has momentum as soon as you cross the gate. Yeah. 15:58.64 Max Shank I Like that we're going to bring it back to physics here. Yeah, we're going to coast a little bit kick push kick push Coast right? I think with when it comes to work which is ah a big part of. 16:05.45 mikebledsoe Exactly exactly. 16:17.36 Max Shank Ah, even having any accounting or bookkeeping to do. It's um, it's nice to remember that the suffering that you feel the amount of effort you apply has ah very little to do. 16:35.71 mikebledsoe Yeah. 16:35.97 Max Shank With the result you know, ah Momentum and Aerodynamics are a really really nice example of that. So just just having ah a better, a better setup can be. Be a huge difference maker. It doesn't matter how much effort or suffering goes into it I think that's ah, another big identity thing I know for me that was ah that was a challenge I Thought that suffering was proportional to success or or good or goodness right? Um, and I think. 17:08.96 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 17:13.79 Max Shank A lot of people still do believe that is my guess so like. 17:14.60 mikebledsoe They do I talk to people who do all time I Want to go back to like the the collecting of evidence for what you believe about the world and what you believe about yourself. So this this identity you know who you believe you are and what you believe the world is and how you fit inside of it. 17:26.34 Max Shank Oh. 17:33.77 mikebledsoe You These are all just a series of narratives that are playing out most of these narratives were set up when you were a kid and you what you've been doing the whole time. He's been collecting evidence to support it you ah the that part of your. 17:42.86 Max Shank I. 17:53.20 mikebledsoe Brain doesn't go out there looking for things that don't support it. They're going out there look for things that do support it and so you can tell? Yeah, so when you yeah so when you have stacked a lot of time. 18:03.25 Max Shank Confirmation Bias I think is what that's called think like racism like racism you you get up ah in the morning your parents are racist. They're saying bad things about the neighbors. Maybe you live in a bad area where. 18:14.32 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 18:20.45 Max Shank All your neighbors are bad white and black and yellow and different colors alike but you only look out like what you were saying with your ah reticular activating system is you look out for those things and not only is it that you see them. Because what you notice is so different than what you see and you just confirm those beliefs over and over again because your vision is crazy small and Selective. You know, kind of going back to the vision Piece. It's a very complex mechanism that. Creates a total illusion inside your brain. 19:02.83 mikebledsoe There was a I was listening to a podcast by Lex Friedman the other day I forget who shared it with me. Um, but he's he's ah interviewing this like evolutionary physicist I don't know like so some some dude that's they. Is way smarter than either None of us and he was talking about. 19:24.72 Max Shank Well I resent that clearly you don't know what the word smart means. 19:29.65 mikebledsoe Ah, this guy. Ah, basically through mathematics is able to demonstrate how our perception is. It's impossible for our perception to match reality. And in fact, it's so far from reality that. Which which isn't not news to you or me but to a lot of people. They they do think that they're noticing some things and then they're perceiving others when in fact, it's None perception that's happening and if we look out through lens of evolution then what we're what we have is. Ah. Ah, ah, the fittest right? It's it's the fittest is what evolves it's not It's not the truth. So the truth does not actually ah doesn't come into play when it comes to survival so whatever you whatever you need to perceive in order to survive. Is how your entire consciousness will develop. 20:33.22 Max Shank When you say truth What do you mean because I I would agree that what a person sees is dependent on their memory because what they're what they're doing is they're differentiating ah the way a picture is interpreted. 20:50.10 mikebledsoe And um. 20:52.71 Max Shank And the picture is just simply about the ah um, the reception of light and we only have a small visible spectrum. So you're talking about the truth being everything versus what is visible to the naked eye. Oh then. 21:08.25 mikebledsoe That's correct. 21:11.57 Max Shank Absolutely I mean there's ah there are some great pictures. You can look up on the electromagnetic spectrum That's like a really cool ah thing to check out. Everything is just buzzing around and some of it. We can see and some of it. We can't and some animals. 21:26.57 mikebledsoe Yeah, and but it's not. It's not necessary. Yeah. 21:30.52 Max Shank And see ultraviolet and Infrared. It's not Useful. It's really about what is a um I feel like I say it all the time.. It's like what is a predictable Pattern. What is a predictable pattern if you have a really hard turtle shell on your back. It's predictable that. Nothing is going to bite through it as long as you're inside the shell if you're inside a cave and the cave is sealed the the jaguar or the leopard or the line will not get you in the night those kind of things are um. 21:52.83 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 22:09.88 Max Shank Stuff that we've learned based on what we've seen but it's not the the whole picture right. 22:13.80 mikebledsoe No, no. But yeah, so we look for the fact is almost nobody has an accurate understanding of the world or of themselves. Well that. 22:26.49 Max Shank What do you mean? almost nobody who's this who's this guy that has it all figured out I want to meet this dude and. 22:32.64 mikebledsoe There's this one guy there's this one guy I think that he may have it figured out but he'll remain nameless. 22:40.97 Max Shank He's the one he's the 1 standing on the milk crate at the corner of a Columbus and None right? it it is probably someone like that I mean hey yeah, the concept. 22:44.00 mikebledsoe For sure for sure. He's the fuck crazy fucker lives under the bridge. Well, there's a have you read? the have you read this series by Jed Mckenna okay Jeed Mckenna wrote a ah. 22:57.58 Max Shank M. 23:00.16 mikebledsoe Series. The first book is called spiritual enlightenment The damnedest thing and um I used to be really hesitant to even mention it in public. But I've gotten a little bit looser because you know what if you want to destroy your entire ego. You know who am I to stop you So the. This guy. Ah, this guy wrote this book on Enlightenment. He basically outlines how spirituality is actually ah will keep you from being enlightened and really creates a distinction between the 2 And you know that the the deal is you can't explain what enlightenment is because it's something that would only you can only experience once it's you can only experience it and then once you've experienced it. There's no going back to the illusion and. 23:53.90 Max Shank Well, and once again, what are we trying to describe when we say the word enlightenment so just getting really right? It's ah it's a sign. It's a symbol that we're using to determine like this feeling that we we have this feeling in mind. 23:57.14 mikebledsoe Was It's indescribable. Well well being well being well being. Well different people. Well a lot of people see it as a feeling but the the way the guy describes it This book is that you only see you you know the absolute truth at all times you're. 24:11.78 Max Shank Right? and. 24:21.41 Max Shank Yeah. 24:23.10 mikebledsoe You stabilize that state of consciousness and um, basically life gets incredibly boring because there's no narratives I mean you can witness narratives but you're not actually participating um in them anymore at all. 24:37.11 Max Shank Um, yeah. 24:42.64 mikebledsoe There's nothing to believe about yourself. There's nothing to believe about the world outside of what you can directly validate for yourself through observation and even then the story that tying the the dots together to create a narrative just doesn't exist anymore. 24:59.11 Max Shank It would be so hard to function with other people if you actually did that it'd be. 25:03.36 mikebledsoe Well well in the book If you read the book series. You'd really, there's he he's basically documenting conversations and he fucking almost hates having to interact with people. You know it's It's not a you know he basically just sees everybody as little children. 25:15.30 Max Shank Um, right. 25:21.59 Max Shank Well that I agree with I mean people are like little children. Um. 25:23.32 mikebledsoe Well, he gets into that in the book as well. I think you would enjoy the series. Yeah, it's a it's a trilogy. It's it's I chuckled my way through it and it was. It was pretty good. Ah although I. 25:30.36 Max Shank The series. Okay. 25:40.35 Max Shank I Feel like. 25:42.47 mikebledsoe Read it in 2017 at it early Twenty seventeen it ah it did do a number on me totally totally. 25:46.65 Max Shank Ah, might hit a little different now too. Ah I liked what you said about spirituality getting in the way of enlightenment because when I think of the word enlightenment I Like you know me I like to keep things as simple as possible because I'm not as smart as all these science guys and. 25:55.97 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 26:11.66 Max Shank When I think of enlightenment I think about just a reduction in in mass. So you're you're reducing So you're trying to literally make yourself lighter. Yeah, it's like I wrote this phrase down that I've always loved. It's like you can only sharpen. 26:20.42 mikebledsoe It's a destructive process. 26:31.20 Max Shank By removing material like otherwise it's a different thing but you sharpen something by taking stuff away and ah there are a lot of different analogies in some ancient wisdoms About. You know, don't be sharp like a sword you know, let yourself become dull and plain like a stone in a River and that kind of stuff and I really resonate with that and the more you have to keep up with these stories the the more you are burdened. And so it's like how do you find a way to fully connect which is like flow in that moment without getting attached and you realize every attachment you have is derived from that identity that you have all all the attachments. Are in relation to your identity. It's like a big net where you're the center spoke or maybe a wheel where you're in the center and it's all these relationships with everything else. 27:30.19 mikebledsoe Well, the way the way that Jed ah he describes it in the book. He's like you know, a lot of people like to think about what you're talking about these these these beliefs that are in our consciousness like I believe they're in this beautiful web. Or a net or something like that he goes the reality is it's a rat's nest. You have no idea what belongs where until you start pulling a thread and and even then you don't know what? Ah every what all it was connected to and um, yeah, so like that that really hit home for me when. 27:59.22 Max Shank Um, oh yeah. 28:08.74 mikebledsoe Because I up to that point I was thinking Oh there's this beautiful web and if I pull this part of the web then I'm not really sure what'll happen on this other side of the web but he's like now it's a Rat's nest. It's just as a is a disaster zone inside of people's minds. Oh. 28:17.48 Max Shank E. 28:23.29 Max Shank Um, often yeah. 28:27.88 mikebledsoe Which I find to be accurate because anytime I've worked with people through like a belief and then we watch it dissolve. There's just no way to predict how that's going to impact their life. It's like oh I didn't know it wass going to impact that area of your life in that way. Okay, that was a surprise. 28:43.17 Max Shank Some people are more attached. Some people are a little some people have a pretty easy time letting stuff go and some people have ah a really hard time or. 28:44.79 mikebledsoe Some people are more attached. 28:52.64 mikebledsoe I have um so I have a ah story to share I have a ah mentee I was talking to yesterday and he goes mike do you believe in curses I was like well um, you know. If you're talking about someone putting a curse on you if you believe someone put a curse on you then the only way the curse will work is if you believe that the curse is real if you believe that someone put a curse on you then it weren't like you you are cursed and and. 29:21.25 Max Shank Um, then it definitely worked. You're fucked. That's yeah. 29:29.50 mikebledsoe And you're the only one that can undo it right? and so and so that was That's how I started he goes. He's like well well I met this guy and he said that he said that Um, my family had a curse and I. 29:43.89 Max Shank Sounds like 1 of them spiritual ah barriers to enlightenment perhaps or maybe he was right I don't I don't know. 29:48.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well well Ego I Go what? Well I say I I was like well we have to Define Curse of course that we we do that on the show at Lot. We Define things and I was like like look I don't I don't necessarily believe in curses in the way that ah. People who use that language probably believe in them because I don't need to believe in the curse I Um I I think that people use that language when they're actually confused about what that is. It's like this. It's mystical. And that's one of the things that ah jeed was getting in the book with spirituality is there's so so much mysticism and that is there's so much mystery, There's so much that we don't understand that you have to buy into and that happens a lot in spirituality people start throwing these words around and I don't know what they're talking about. 30:44.60 Max Shank On. 30:44.85 mikebledsoe And I'm pretty sure they have no idea what they're talking about because they just strung together a bunch of words that don't make any sense to to anybody in the room and if I were to ask them to break it down in plain language. It's not going to happen and so anytime anyone starts using a lot of flowery language. Both me my fiancee would just leave. 30:55.95 Max Shank Um, right. 31:04.62 mikebledsoe Like neither one of us like to put up with that that shit you know and so that there's a lot of people in the quote unquote conscious community that exists that like you know I think they're doing good stuff I like them and all that but we're probably not going to hang out I don't want to like those people are confused. And so ah, what. 31:25.45 Max Shank How could people not be confused I mean we act like it's just been this sequential build. But the reality is that cultures and nations and peoples and laws have just been patched together ah time and time again with. Almost never having a chance to really clean the slate. That's why when you have something like America it's like whoa. It's not totally blank slate but it's it's pretty close. They were like okay, let's let's think about this real quick like. 31:54.53 mikebledsoe It was. It was pretty. It was pretty blank. 32:04.41 Max Shank What are we going to do here and because and then of course now what we have is just the patchwork quilt of that initial weaving and we're just sticking stuff in here and we're like oh yeah, the school's not doing so good so they need more tests or we'll teach them the tests ahead of time and. 32:09.64 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 32:23.67 Max Shank It's just all these fucking patches and ah so it's no wonder that it's just this absolute cluster fuck like you were saying where most of the stuff you just have to take on faith Ah, which of course is kind of kind of back to. Well. 32:35.95 mikebledsoe We you don't have to I I I try not my my goal is I tell people a lot of times they'll ask me what I believe I go and I said you know I don't believe in much of anything if I can't validate it for myself then I'm gonna tell you. 32:42.72 Max Shank Yeah I mean. 32:55.92 mikebledsoe I don't know. Ah there are things that are useful if I were to believe when I believe this way it's something I can't validate for myself. But I can validate the result of believing it which is ah something I want in my life or something I don't want in my life. So I I like to. 32:56.92 Max Shank O. 33:04.61 Max Shank And. 33:11.30 Max Shank E. 33:14.52 mikebledsoe Be able to admit that I have no idea what the truth is but I do know what's useful and ah there are some things that I can validate for myself and I just know that now going back to the curse and and a curse on the family the the way that I. I Talked about that with him is that every family has a curse and the yeah and they they have some blessings as well. But the but the curse. 33:40.63 Max Shank Whoa How about a blessing do they have blessings Also because if you can curse another person then it would stand to reason that you could also bless them The logic's not sound completely. But. 33:48.22 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, you could. 33:55.70 Max Shank If you believe that you can be cursed. You probably also believe someone could say a prayer for you or give you a blessing or cast a magical spell. 33:59.91 mikebledsoe But I think we've all seen this like I think what? But what he was talking about is that there's a trend in his family. There's a trend of this pattern of behavior and and it seems mysterious to to them and maybe to people around them who who. 34:08.84 Max Shank In. 34:19.57 mikebledsoe Are Not very good at paying attention. Um, they're not in that practice and so but if you pay attention close Enough. You have well there is a pattern of behavior that's leading to these cursed results right? These results to seem to be a curse. Well the curse is going to be a mystery until you. Until you go to? why are people why? what is the behavior that's leading to this and where did that behavior come from and. 34:45.17 Max Shank Back to curiosity if you can get to that state like then then that's like as close as you can get to a ah blank slate moving forward is to get curious about what is rather than confirming what you believe I think is the. 34:52.22 mikebledsoe Key So curiosity keep curiosity. 35:04.14 Max Shank The major key so you're curious about what is or perhaps what can be ah and that way you are not confirming the pre-existing beliefs right? Which definitely feels more stable I mean everything. All the all this talk about writing stuff down and recording things is to increase predictability and stability. So I feel comfortable lending you the None goats. 35:30.35 mikebledsoe Yeah, well this is what as you I said Curiosity is the cure for curses. So if you if we're going to show title somehow. So so so um, look so I'm talking to him and I go. 35:38.60 Max Shank Um, cool. That's that sounds nice. 35:50.26 mikebledsoe This is the curse is what your parents learn from from their parents and then what they taught you is is there's an ancestral pattern of behavior that's playing out and if you don't understand how that pattern works then it's going to be mysterious. And then someone's going to come along and and use the label curse because it's the word curse is kind of a mysterious thing in itself like Witches curse things and that you know it's kind of like it's magic. Yeah, so like I and then so I have to go back in that. Yeah. 36:15.78 Max Shank Um, yeah, like a Hex or something like that. Yeah, but you can use magic for good too. You know. 36:24.97 mikebledsoe It to something that's magical or mystical is just something you don't understand how it works yet. Yeah. 36:29.62 Max Shank Yes, exactly magic You don't get the trick and as soon as you know how it works. It's not magic anymore. It's just a trick hey do the trick. You know it's magic when you don't follow what's happening and most things really are magic I'm a very curious guy I don't like to not know stuff. 36:36.33 mikebledsoe Now. 36:47.11 mikebledsoe Yeah. 36:49.43 Max Shank Honestly, maybe it's maybe it's a character defect or an an effect I don't I don't know exactly what it is but ah, it's really difficult actually to know how stuff works just if you look around wherever you are right now and just try to figure out how all the stuff is working. Unless you are a like Captain Science or something like that. You're going to find it really taxing to figure out how everything works in the world around you and I think one of the things about objectivism which is where i'm. Trying to come at things from it's weird I'm like objectivist in terms of like if it works I'm going to use it and that's good enough for me and also a more metaphysical connection to an everlasting eternal and infinite source that is. Totally the opposite of objective. It's completely subjective. It's like a feeling that it's funny because it's either ah true or not true and so if I am making myself. Believe that it is true and it gives me a good feeling then I just kind of gave myself a little blessing basically and I think that's a lot of what religion is about It's like hey you know what it feels good that there is a wise fatherly figure who's not too hands on. 38:06.49 mikebledsoe Exactly. 38:21.42 Max Shank By the way, not an overbearing parent or father figure all powerful looking out for me. He loves me says so in the book. That's that's going to feel pretty nice I can totally understand what I would feel nice. Are you kidding. 38:33.16 mikebledsoe Yeah, well you know, ah this brings up. Yeah well well I see a huge like a really beneficial place for religion. Um, you know when I look at when I look at you know people that are you know mainstream people. 38:38.37 Max Shank About the boost in morale. 38:47.62 Max Shank Fanatics. Oh. 38:51.95 mikebledsoe Religion is a really great way to get them to behave like if somebody doesn't hasn't been through the questions and the logic and really sat with themselves and have an understanding of like ah of karma basically cause and effect how you know if I do this and I get this result. Most people have no idea that person is going to do really good going to church on Sunday and having the None commandments repeated to them and because the 10 commandments. It's kind of hard hard to argue with that shit like. 39:26.10 Max Shank It's a bit outlandish really I mean no killing or coveting the neighbor's wife give me a break. 39:30.48 mikebledsoe I think there was there was I think the one that don't covet your neighbor's wife is the only one that does not include an action that every the 9 commandments was don't do these things and then the last one was like. 39:47.64 Max Shank Don't even want this. 39:49.67 mikebledsoe Stamp out that desire like it was the it was the only one that was around desire. Everything else was about behavior so which is really really interesting that it that it that it was wrapped like that which I think is also really good advice. Ah you want to be miserable. 39:58.36 Max Shank Um, it's like yeah, ah. 40:07.81 Max Shank Just covet everything You don't have. 40:08.31 mikebledsoe Like it. Yeah I mean just means to have envy you know to be jealous like it's like oh you know that dude's wife is hotter than mine I I think about her all the time talk about suffering you want to make yourself suffer. 40:21.16 Max Shank How about the illusion. How about the illusion like that I mean you bring up a great point could talk about it all day. But I won't I mean look at what we do to fabricate a better illusion shiny sports cars glittery tits. We're doing the whole nine yards just to. We're so hyper audio visual. We're so hypervisual. It's insane and you know that. 40:46.44 mikebledsoe I think 75% of your perception at least seventy five eighty percent on the yeah well the eyes are just an extension of your nervous system. It's just like your nerves have come out and it makes more sense. It makes sense. 40:53.42 Max Shank Um, it's like. 41:00.69 Max Shank Yeah, yeah, no I follow I Follow what you're ah what you're going at um I think it's interesting. A lot of people consume media now with the sound off and it's just visual isn't that interesting. 41:03.82 mikebledsoe Now. 41:10.63 mikebledsoe I Do I I I have everything set up to where I have to like purposely turn the sound on and and I hope if you don't have a caption on your video I'm I'm skipping right over because I don't want to interrupt I don't want to interrupt my music. 41:19.50 Max Shank Um, yeah. 41:24.52 Max Shank Um, oh shit game over that. 41:29.22 mikebledsoe And got my music playing to my phone now I'm going to have some fucking Instagram real barin now get out of here. So I caption everything. Ah. 41:33.86 Max Shank Totally totally totally. But I think that just goes to show that we we are. We're very one-dimensional and very heavily focused on the vision and this whole this whole thing. It's like we're not quite. 41:42.53 mikebledsoe Yeah. 41:52.86 Max Shank Um, full slaves to our primal ah lust and hunger which that's pretty fun. That's one good option but we're also not fully bought in to this enlightened state either. You know? So we're not we're not really ah enjoying the primal ah savageness and we're also not really in the egoless enviousless wrathless smoothness of ah you know, connected communication and communion. With other things and ah creatures in your universe which is your unique perspective. So. It's a but it's a real bummer to be between those 2 is that's like the worst place you don't really get the benefit of either None you know you're. 42:35.65 mikebledsoe Yeah, ah. 42:46.30 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah. 42:49.76 Max Shank Lizard Brain afraid all the time you're not really getting the you know the the lust and the hunger they're full due and you're not on the the wizard mode either sounds awful just bought in the illusion. 42:58.50 mikebledsoe Terrible terrible. So ah, so so there there was this moment I had where I um I really got to have um, an appreciation for religion I was it was ah. 2018 I was in ah Paris France and I went to see Notre ah Notre Dame um and before it burned ah and I got to go I walked in. 43:22.62 Max Shank Any. 43:33.80 Max Shank Um I did too. It was awesome I might have been there in the same year I might have been there at like the same time is fucking weird. We were there on a date. 43:36.17 mikebledsoe So cool. So I walked in I'm looking at oh oh weird. So they add all this these ah these these monk These monks had like these hats. You know you saw like the hats with the Jewels and. 43:50.57 Max Shank Just kidding like. 43:55.44 mikebledsoe And everything and are and I'm in there and I'm looking at the the cathedral from inside and I go and then I went and looked at the outside I was like man there is a lot of symbolism here and I was like this is super psychedelic like yeah, what I'm looking at. 44:08.63 Max Shank Um, lot of fancy hats in religions too. 44:13.71 mikebledsoe What I'm looking at is it looks very mystical and reminds me I remember looking at this one piece and I was like that's a fucking dmt trip right? there I'm gonna tell you right now I've I've been there and I and then I started seeing it everywhere I was like this is. These cathedrals in Europe are so psychedelic and so I'm in Notre domina and I'm like I'm like okay I'm getting a download here. Let's go home. Went back to the apartment I booked a tour. 44:32.94 Max Shank Um. 44:45.59 mikebledsoe For the next day I was like I need I need like a proper tour this me wandering around and by myself not going to cut it and so what do I do I drop acid before the tour because I'm a genius and ah. We signed up for a group tour but we were me and my ex-wife were the only 2 that signed up so we had a private tour while on Assad and we we got to go the guy was like I normally don't tell people about this because if there's catholics ah in the group they get really triggered. 45:06.25 Max Shank Amazing. 45:20.80 mikebledsoe Because there was so much of the symbolism on the church was taken from ah ancient Egypt and and basically every religion up to that point is represented in in Notre Dame um which makes it even more interesting than some of the other cathedrals. Yeah, it's. 45:34.90 Max Shank See I didn't I didn't even know that that's awesome I checked it out but I did not get a tour I Certainly didn't get that. 45:40.33 mikebledsoe Ah, there there is references in the architecture to ah the chakras 7 chakras it's very it to me. It was like very blatant but ah to someone who's. 45:48.49 Max Shank So now. 45:54.34 Max Shank Ah, neat. That's awesome. That's neat. No no, no, that's neat. No, that's really cool. This is neat. 45:59.19 mikebledsoe Ah, he said 8 I was like but ah that is neat. So so i' go inside and I and I get to spend a couple I you know how long I spend because I'm on asset two or three hours with this tour guide and we're just jamming I'm like just pulling all the information out of him and I'm like I'm like well what do you think about this, he goes. 46:13.30 Max Shank A. 46:18.69 mikebledsoe Oh you're one of those I was like yeah man I don't care like like let's really go there So I got to go there with this guy and basically what I got the conclusion I came to is these monks are sitting in the church in a dark room and they're in there just chanting chanting for days. 46:19.83 Max Shank Are in. 46:37.72 mikebledsoe Chanting and chant they're getting into these psychedelic states they're doing it through chanting. Maybe they're drinking some wine and chanting and they're getting into this weird state and maybe there's some mushrooms in the wine who the fuck knows and they get these. They get all this information they get they get to have contact. 46:43.57 Max Shank Yep. 46:56.58 mikebledsoe With the divine this they have this mystical experience that they then get their experience truth in a way that you can't explain to somebody else. But once you have this experience. You go. You know we probably you know. 47:06.12 Max Shank Oh. 47:13.26 mikebledsoe Property rights is a thing and the cat back then the Catholic Church controlled property if you want to buy or sell you know your deed it was held with the Catholic Church and and Notre Damme was ah was it started being built I want to say in 808 or 900 somewhere there and wasn't finished until like well technically still not finished. But. I think it was ah like a none project so it was not a short project. 47:36.19 Max Shank Um, the 151516 sounds right to me fifteen sixteen hundred I can't recall maybe as late as 17 47:43.49 mikebledsoe Well I think they then I think they may have had like a finishing point but then they started up again and depending on who was who was who believed what at the time they would like tear down a statue and put a different statue up and all the shit. Yeah. 47:51.63 Max Shank Rebuilding and building. 47:59.10 Max Shank Funky right? I remember there were some cool statues and like gargoyles and devils on the outside and shut like that there. It was actually the outside was super hardcore I remember looking at that for a long time. There was a lot of angels and demons. 48:01.37 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, it's like like super hardcore. 48:14.38 mikebledsoe And Mary with Mary with a torch surrounded by gargoyles and yeah, it's fucking wild and so um, so I I got thinking about it and I got to appreciate I go all these peasants outside they're giving them gifts because they come out. 48:15.38 Max Shank Devils and freaky shit. Yeah, you know that would. 48:33.28 mikebledsoe After days of chanting go I got the message I had a meeting with god I had this divine mystical experience and you know what Don not don't try to fuck your buddys wife you know, ah and you shouldn't steal shit and you know what I mean like. 48:49.10 Max Shank Um. 48:52.30 mikebledsoe All these rules were created by the church. Um, but they're not they weren't new but like there was other rules like they had you know the church was running shit back then they were really running shit until around the fifteen hundreds and so um, ah. 48:55.35 Max Shank Um, well those aren't new ideas though at that point either. 49:03.78 Max Shank Yeah. 49:11.68 mikebledsoe I Really just got a big appreciation for religion at that point because I go well for me to expect for everybody to have had I've had a lot of mystical experiences. You know that the meeting with God has happened several times where. 49:23.44 Max Shank Um. 49:29.44 mikebledsoe I Go into this really deep state and things become very obvious and the behaviors that follow like oh yeah I should change this I shouldn't shouldn't behave like this anymore like this because I'm at a blindment with this other thing and so as like I'm just making myself miserable. 49:35.35 Max Shank What. 49:47.91 mikebledsoe So when I first had that experience I go everybody should have this experience and then after years of promoting people to have this experience I Realized a ah most people are not willing to have the experience. They're not. They're not even curious about it. It's not interesting to them and then B some people. 49:52.47 Max Shank Um I. 50:02.82 Max Shank And. 50:06.73 mikebledsoe Become curious about it and they probably shouldn't have touched it because they don't they couldn't they they can't handle. There's they don't have enough like some type of mental construct in order to handle the the weight of that experience because you're going from 0 to 60 50:24.37 Max Shank Um. 50:26.10 mikebledsoe And ah and a split second with some of these things. Um, and so. 50:29.42 Max Shank Yeah, it's way faster than chanting. It's like you can achieve kind of a similar experience with a lot of different things like you can get the runners high or you can just ah smoke a blunt or something like that you can chant for three days or you can just drop some acid. 50:41.10 mikebledsoe Totally yeah. 50:47.13 Max Shank And so we have all these shortcuts to get into that state and I think it's a connected and receptive state. It allows you to see past your own illusion I think it it temporarily depending on the dosage right. 51:03.32 mikebledsoe Yep. 51:04.40 Max Shank Temporarily takes away that tight grip on the um ego that you've built essentially as a suit of armor to survive the environment that you live in and we live in an environment where stories matter quite a lot I Mean. Like the the reality of how I am on a day-to-day. Basis is so different than from what you would find if you just searched for me on the internet. You would think that all I do is play Sports lift weights. 51:33.37 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 51:40.74 Max Shank And dance in my backyard with my shirt off but I call it mobility instead of dancing and that would be That's like the whole thing. That's that's the illusion that's out there. So whatever. Whatever avatar you project out you you use it. Maybe not as armor maybe almost as like a scuba suit to enter the environment of society that we're in so it's natural that you would want to do that. You'd want to have armor plating you'd want to have these ah pretty colors on this avatar. So people really like it and maybe someone will even love you. If Your feathers are are pretty enough and so everything is just reinforcing these ideas but it's still coming from like a lizard brain type of desire and so it's no wonder that people are a little tangled up. Like in like a ah web of self and parents and teachers and fame and shame and blame and all these different things like that's why when you were like oh people are just children I'm like yeah they're like often abused children and abuse is like. It happens in so many different ways. It's like ah probably like 1 of the least popular things to talk about is rape but the only problem with rape is the lack of consent because nearly everybody is on board with sex and a lot of people from both genders like raping. Also. But that's like maybe even another. Ah, that's a different can of worms that I'm not not looking to unpack right now off the cuff because well look. It's um. 53:23.68 mikebledsoe Why'd you even mention it. 53:29.53 Max Shank People have their boundaries crossed in a lot of different ways and the the thing is it's that feeling of having your boundary crossed and so people feel um, abused or diminished or beaten down or taken from in a lot of different ways and so it's like. That idea that ah wherever you get wounded the bone grows back twice as strong like the calcification is like your personality from all these miniature traumas you've had and if someone's. Forcing you to do None thing or another they're still forcing you to do None thing or another and how you can harmonize that into the future is going to determine how you find the world and you know there are different levels of trauma. But if you're not willing to let it go. You are just going to go ah equal and opposite to that force basically right. 54:25.32 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 54:31.37 Max Shank Ah, yeah, So I'm not Surprised. People are all all twisted up with identity and perception and I know personally I've found a lot of peace through trying to see things as they are. And it's not something that is like on off switch but it can happen really fast all at once. In fact, just for anyone listening. It's kind of an interesting thing in my experience. It's not a linear progress on this sort of. Thinking it All. It's like giant leaps forward and then a little plateau and then a giant leap forward and then a little Plateau I don't know what it's been like for you. But. 55:17.51 mikebledsoe Yeah, it? um well the giant leaps forward or never yeah, they can be difficult. But yeah, it seems like seems like there's this giant leap forward then I got to stabilize the jump right? There's not a. So like oh I jump forward and everything's Great. It's like oh now because in those giant leaps especially if you have a shift in your own identity then everybody in your life. You're about to ah destroy their expectations of you. The stability is gone. 55:37.27 Max Shank But. 55:49.48 Max Shank Well, the Stability's gone right? The stability. 55:54.85 mikebledsoe There's chaos it creates chaos and it creates chaos for your friends and your family because they can count on you to behave like this whether it's a good behavior or not and they're even looking to count on. They're counting on you to behave poorly and then all of a sudden you do something in order to be successful. 56:05.51 Max Shank Right. 56:13.73 mikebledsoe And they may even get mad at you about it. They like like I've I've had people in the past that were like mad that I was successful enough to where I didn't have to run my gym anymore they were like oh you're like leaving. 56:17.74 Max Shank They'll definitely get mad at you about it. A lot of the time. 56:26.48 Max Shank A. 56:30.18 mikebledsoe Things behind you, you're you're changing and you're a different person like and they're mad about it I go Well yeah, that was isn't that the point like what do you think I was doing all this work for to stay the same. 56:34.66 Max Shank Um, yeah, yeah, dude I remember that I remember the one that made me laugh The hardest um I fired this guy who worked for me because he was lying to me. 56:54.19 mikebledsoe Yeah. 56:54.45 Max Shank And if I can't trust someone. It's basically like see you later you know and 1 of the members at my gym texted me and said I can't believe you did this. You're really ruining my happiness. 57:05.62 mikebledsoe Ah, you're in charge of their happiness. All of a sudden. 57:11.00 Max Shank I just thought it was so funny. It was like anything different. This guy's like totally lost it and you know there are two sides to every story right? So there's no point in trying to have like an argument about its rightness or wrongness it. It just is what it is. It's like that Mark Twain quote how his. Taylor was the only reasonable person because he took his measurement new every time instead of measuring him against how he was in the past and dude absolutely like if you quit drinking I think that's ah one that a lot of people relate to you know. 57:34.38 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 57:45.54 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 57:48.86 Max Shank Ah, used to be a bit of a party animal or just ah, a different type of party animal and as soon as you stop as soon as you stop doing that They're like what do? what are you doing? You're you're like ditching us. Oh you're too good for us or something I guess like no man like just doing a different thing. 57:51.25 mikebledsoe Yeah I had the same thing quit drinking. Yeah. 58:03.26 mikebledsoe Well it kind of sucks when you stop drinking because I had this experience I remember it was yeah it's like well 20 I remember it was like 2013 and i. 58:12.44 Max Shank That's where our culture has fun for adults. That's like the place. 58:21.61 mikebledsoe I had to actually cut back on drinking a little bit up to that point not completely I started smoking a little bit of weed when I was my and 2011 so I started smoking weed because I didn't like how I was behaving when I was on alcohol I was. Blacking out I was doing and saying stupid shit. Um I was around like my gym members. You know I'd be out at a bar with gym members. The next thing you know like like what what did I say last night I don't even know? Yeah, yeah, yeah, the next day is like. 58:52.55 Max Shank Feeling of up. 58:57.14 mikebledsoe I Just I don't know what I did but I got this feeling. It wasn't good. You know, ah and so I cut back the drink and I I discovered that weed if I smoked a little weed before I went out I would drink way less and then weed would make me way less aggressive. 58:59.53 Max Shank Right. 59:14.18 mikebledsoe So I could still be out I could still be sociable. 59:14.87 Max Shank Um, oh you think Alcohol alcohol is like so crazy when you think about it that we're just like yeah whatever you can have it have as much as you want? whatever. 59:21.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah, but but I was using the weed to like offset the you know it calm me down and and then I would just drink less and because I was already kind of feeling it if I drink too much while being high that ah that. Wasn't fun I would I would hit it. 59:40.75 Max Shank But it sounds like yeah I mean it sounds like you got to that point where you were ah using your intuition and getting curious about it instead of just writing the momentum of like oh it's Friday let's all get drunk because that's just what we do and I think a lot of folks. 59:52.70 mikebledsoe Yeah now. 01:00:00.12 Max Shank Maybe don't even like it that much. They just want to be liked so they'll do the thing that gets people to like them. You know, drinking can be a competition that you can win speaking of life as a game. 01:00:04.36 mikebledsoe Well, it's. 01:00:12.87 Max Shank As soon as I figured that out I was like hey I bet I could poison myself twice as fast as you motherfucker and that everyone's like yeah you did it. 01:00:19.94 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, if you ever win a drink game. It doesn't It's never as cool as you think it's gonna be and a lot of people need that liquid courage. You know like it's the only way they can. It's like ah well it's it's it's well they have to like D It's like. 01:00:34.52 Max Shank Be sexual. It's the only way they can like let their guard down. 01:00:39.39 mikebledsoe It detaches them from themselves enough to where they can just kind of let loose. But anyways I digress I um so in 2013 I started eating way more psychedelic mushrooms and then after my None big psychedelic mushroom experience. 01:00:44.50 Max Shank Um, yeah. 01:00:56.66 mikebledsoe I cut out alcohol a hundred percent I 01:01:00.40 Max Shank Dude, we should do a series of shows on a different substance every week guys. We're gonna start it. Nice and simple coffee week. One is coffee nice and simple week two. We bring out a little booze week 3 weed week 4 01:01:03.90 mikebledsoe Ah, it's not the None time I've heard this pitch. 01:01:12.40 mikebledsoe I want to do it now I want to do it's a lead magnet. It's a lead magnet. We'll do 10 shows on 10 different substances and there's ah the lead magnet is that you can um you have to figure out which substance we were on. It's a mystery. 01:01:17.14 Max Shank Okay, we're going to go in Spain. 01:01:31.10 mikebledsoe During the show and if you can match it up successfully you get a prize. Yeah, you have to like you know label it. There's gonna be 10 shows 10 substances definitely social security number. Um yeah I think that's a great idea. So. 01:01:32.90 Max Shank Um, and you only get None guess. You got to enter your social security number. 01:01:49.87 mikebledsoe Started eating mushrooms and I cut out alcohol completely and I was the guy you know I owned the gym I was I had a a house with a big backyard at a pool and you know I I bought the house because it was a great place to entertain guests. So I'm throwing these parties I got a keg in the backyard like we're doing everything. 01:01:52.25 Max Shank A. 01:02:08.74 mikebledsoe I'm not drinking and it's not 1 those things where I'm like I'm trying not to drink is just like I really just don't give a fuck about having a drink at all like someone can hand me a beer and it's like 0 desire. Yeah. 01:02:09.43 Max Shank Yeah. 01:02:20.10 Max Shank But well you got something better something that that suits you better. That's what it's about right? It's like let's get intuitive about the different medicines that we're applying. 01:02:28.91 mikebledsoe Yeah, and so I just remember this one afternoon I've got a bunch of people in my house were standing in a circle. Everyone's got a red solo cup in their hand I'm drinking water and I'm happy as a clam. And I probably smoked a little bit of weed. Um, but I kept on trying to have conversations that had way more depth than what I would have when I was on alcohol and I just remember people looking at me weird I Remember people getting uncomfortable and walking away and it was. 01:02:54.51 Max Shank Or you can. 01:03:06.10 mikebledsoe It was all of a sudden there was this barrier between me and the people who I had been getting drunk with for years and having a good time with and when I look back and I go oh I just wasn't meeting their expectation of who they believe Mike Bletzo to be. They didn't know what to do with me and in fact. 01:03:20.41 Max Shank Inhale. 01:03:23.72 mikebledsoe Probably didn't weren't that interested in talking to me because they were wanting to talk to a guy that was more like who I was behaving like and so. 01:03:31.56 Max Shank And I mean your cells are all changing except for like neurons basically throughout your whole life. They're they're dividing and dying and dividing and dying. They're going through this process of death and rebirth and so. 01:03:38.33 mikebledsoe Yeah. 01:03:50.75 Max Shank If most of your cells are different seven years later wouldn't like you also be quite different seven years later and the fact of the matter is your brain and the pathways in your brain can change way way faster. 01:03:57.28 mikebledsoe Absolutely. 01:04:10.50 mikebledsoe Well yeah, the first was it in and exercise sci

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast
Immobilien-Markt next level – mit Sven Odia, CEO Engel & Völkers

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 74:50


Kaum ein Tag ohne Breaking News aus der Immobilienbranche. Steigende Zinsen, komplizierte Weltwirtschaftslage, Eigentümer ebenso verunsichert wie potentielle Käufer. Durch Remote Work aber auch eine nie dagewesene Freiheit, sich ein Zuhause zu schaffen, in dem Job, Familie und Freizeit wirklich in Einklang gebracht werden können. Die entscheidende Frage: Kippt der Markt nach Jahren des Booms wirklich? Jetzt schnell verkaufen – oder erst recht kaufen? Was ist Spekulation – was Wahrheit? Die Antwort gibt uns der Mann, der das Business kennt wie kaum ein anderer: Sven Odia, CEO von Engel & Völkers. 1977 von Dirk Engels gegründet, 1981 stieg Christian Völkers ein, ist das Hamburger Unternehmen zum Marktführer aufgestiegen. 16.000 Mitarbeiter:Innen und selbständige Agents im Franchise, über 1000 Standorte in über 30 Ländern. Noch nie war der jährliche Courtage-Umsatz höher: 1,27 Milliarden Euro, die Hälfte davon in Amerika! Objekt-Deals im Wert von über 40 Milliarden Euro. Ich habe CEO Sven Odia jetzt im fancy Headquarter von Engel & Völkers in der Hamburger Hafencity besucht. Wie er den Markt einschätzt, sein Rat an Käufer und Verkäufer, die wichtigsten Learnings, die Trends und natürlich ein paar Geheimtipps – das jetzt alles hier in TOMorrow. Also: Das beste Immobilien-Update – und das übrigens ganz ohne Courtage! Hier ist der Chef-Makler höchstpersönlich, viel Spaß mit Engel & Völkers CEO Sven Odia.

Banned Biographies
Interview with Brad Hallen (Nervous Eaters)

Banned Biographies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:18


On this special interview episode of the Banned Biographies podcast,  Tom Austin-Morgan talks to the bassist of the Boston-based garage punk band Nervous Eaters, Brad Hallen.This episode largely deals with the new single, Wild Eyes, and upcoming album, Monsters & Angels, as well as about Brad's life an career to this point, and boy has he had a career! He's played with so many bands and artists including Ministry, Iggy Pop, Elliot Easton (The Cars),  Jane Wiedlin (The Go-Go's), Aimee Mann, Susan Tadeschi , Monster Mike Welch, Duke Robillard, Roomful of Blues and so many others.Formed in the mid-70's, the Nervous Eaters would eventually become the house band for the legendary Boston punk rock club The Rat, where they established themselves as a leading punk rock band in the Northeast, playing with a who's who of punk and new wave luminaries, including The Police, The Ramones, The Cars, Patti Smith, Dead Boys, Iggy Pop, The Stranglers, Go-Go's and many others.The band's original drummer, the late Jeff Wilkinson, let the band rehearse in his family's basement. “His mother, Florence, fed the band at these rehearsals. Band leader, Steve Cataldo explained: “We'd come up from the basement at different times to grab something to eat and she said, ‘Why don't you all come up and sit down and have a meal? You're such a bunch of nervous eaters.' So, it stuck. It wasn't the coolest name to hit the town, but it seemed like a good idea at the time. We had a good laugh over it and we loved Florence. We are the Nervous Eaters.”The band launched in the mid 1970's and were a leading punk rock band in the Northeast. Home base: The black-walled, sticky-floored, basement club in Boston's Kenmore Square - The Rat. The Eaters played snarling, self-deprecating lust-for-life blasts like Shit for Brains, Get Stuffed, Last Chance, Just Head, and I'm a Degenerate. Their first release a 45, on Rat Records, 1976, which gained local and national college airplay for their classic single - Loretta.The buzz built and their popularity grew. The Cars' Ric Ocasek produced a demo tape which got the band signed to Elektra Records. They toured around the world - but the album stalled, going astray from the start with the wrong assigned label producer and a lack of follow-through. The original Eaters dissolved but came back in the mid- ‘80s with a new line-up. The reborn Eaters launched a salvo called HOT STEEL AND ACID in 1986, a far better disc (that sounded like the band), on the indie label Ace of Hearts. Producer Rick Harte captured the Eaters vicious, vintage punk sound and it went as far as a Boston indie could take it.The band has been revived a few times over the years with various line-ups. The current version of the Nervous Eaters formed in 2018 and includes three other Boston rock veterans, bassist Brad Hallen (who you're about to learn all about), drummer David McLean (of Willie Alexander's Boom Boom Band) and guitarist/vocalist Adam Sherman (of Private Lightning), and between them, they have recorded and/or toured with such artists as Ministry, Iggy Pop, Aimee Mann, Jane Wiedlin, Susan Tedeschi, Jimmie Vaughan, Lenny Kaye and many others.You can find Nervous Eaters at their website: nervouseaters.net, on Facebook and Instagram and you can find Brad Hallen at his website bradhallen.comThis interview was made possible thanks to Peter Ferioli at Pantheon Podcasts and Mike Cubillos at Earshot Media and I'm incredibly grateful to them.ContactTwitter: @BannedBiogsFacebook: @BannedBiographiesInstagram: @bannedbiographiesE-mail: bannedbiographies@gmail.com

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee
Friendly Fire „Sommer Special“: Pisutti-ck-ck-ck-ck-ck

Apokalypse & Filterkaffee

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 52:21


Wo finden unsere beiden Freunde sommerliche Zerstreuung? In Freiburg, auf Ibiza …oder bei einer Gedankenreise in Ollis Kindheit aka einem frühen Duell um die Welt? Wenn wir dem Müßiggang frönen wollen, kann dies zuweilen in Stress ausarten. Je älter wir werden, umso mehr sehnen wir uns nach einer BuchABLAGE statt einer SoundANLAGE auf dem Hotelzimmer. Lärm essen Urlaub auf. Nun denn: Vielleicht sind wir nicht mehr die „Generation opodo“ sondern viel mehr „OPAdo“! Wir geben Ihnen mal einen Sven Vätherlichen Rat für Ihren nächsten Ibiza Aufenthalt: Machen Sie's mal wieder im Reisebüro. Dort sitzen Menschen mit Ausbildungsberufen! Wir empfehlen hier im übrigen wärmstens: MB Reisen! Momentchen mal: M(!) B(!) - na? Klingelt's?

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast
NOVO! DZEVAD GALIJASEVIC - SRBIJA SE MORA PROBUDITI I SLEDITI SEBE 7.27.2022

Serbian Radio Chicago Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 65:47


SRPSKI RADIO CIKAGO – DZEVAD GALIJASEVICEKSPERT ZA BORBU PROTIV TERORIZMA• KRISTIJAN SMIT NACISTICKI KEPEC POPUSTIO DA NE BI BIO UBIJEN• VISOKI PREDSTAVNICI I SARAJEVSKE BAHANALIJE• BAKIR IZETBEGOVIC, ISLAMSKI TERORIZAM I NATO MUSLIMANI• DA LI CE HRVATI PROGLASITI HERCEG BOSNU• HRVATI, NDH, USTASE, JASENOVAC I GENOCID NAD SRBIMA• SRAMOTNO UMANJIVANJE BROJA JASENOVACKIH ZRTAVA U BEOGRADU• HRVATSKA NE MOZE DA PREZALI USTASKO-FASISTICKU NDH• ZASTO SRBIJA NEMA MINISTARSTVO ZA SRPSKE RATNE ZRTVE• RUSOFOBNA I SRBOFOBNA GAMAD U SRBIJI• SRBIJA MORA DA GAJI KULT SRPSKOG NARODA• PREDSEDNIK BAJDEN, NOVAK DJOKOVIC, DR. OLGA RAVASI I AMERICKI SRBISERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO IS A KEY PLAYER AMONG THE ETHNIC BROADCASTERS IN THE U.S. AND IS CONSIDERED THE NUMBER ONE MEDIA OUTLET IN THE SERBIAN-AMERICAN AND BALKAN COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA.SERBIAN RADIO CHICAGO BROADCASTS DAILY FROM 3PM TO 4PM CST ON WNWI AM 1080, CHICAGO.HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.NET HTTPS://WWW.SERBIANRADIOCHICAGO.COMSupport the show

The Steven Sulley Study Podcast
A Collaboration With Blek Le Rat

The Steven Sulley Study Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 51:32


When visiting Blek le Rat's studio in Paris this July, we discussed the history of his work and the future collaboration with Woodbury House. An artist inspired by Richard Hambleton, who went on to influence one of the most recognised street artists of all time: Banksy KEY TAKEAWAYS Street art is perhaps one of the purest expressions of the populace. It is the graphical representation of how the streets themselves are feeling. When we find ourselves struck and inspired by the works of others, it can push us on to want to emulate and transcend in our own way. Gallery works by street artists are a way of preserving the feeling, the mood, the place in time. It should be viewed as a permanent record of a specific moment. BEST MOMENTS 'For the first time, I saw street art. It was a revelation to me' 'It was something so new and so disturbing. 'The work in the street is 100% important. The work in the gallery is also important because if we don't show it there, there will not be a memory of what happened in the street' VALUABLE RESOURCES The Steven Sulley Study        Blek Le Rat - https://blekleratoriginal.com/en/ ABOUT THE HOST The Steven Sulley Study is my take on success. My view is you should have multiple focuses to be a well-rounded individual. Success shouldn't be just one thing like money, for example, it should also consist of a healthy fit lifestyle and thriving relationships. As a person who has made a success in life and also made huge cock-ups I feel I can offer suggestions and tips on how to become successful or at least start your pursuit. My 'Study' has taken resources from reading and education plus being around, my perception, of successful people and I, know a lot of successful people from all walks of life. My 'Study' coming from my experiences in business, investing, sales (my core background), training, boxing and education has enabled me to become well rounded and successful and I will help you in these key areas too. CONTACT METHOD InstagramSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.