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Just two months ago, Eric and I bought an existing vacation rental business in Idyllwild, California, with the intention of renovating the existing units and building 10 to 15 new cabins on the property. This acquisition is our first step in building a hospitality brand known as Freewyld, a world-class short-term rental operation focused on secondary markets near large metropolitan areas. Places for city dwellers to get away and reconnect with nature.On this episode of Get Paid for Your Pad, Eric and I sit down to describe how the Freewyld project is going, explaining how we've upgraded the marketing for our new listings and why we're booking exclusively on Airbnb right now.We share the challenges we're facing on the development side of the project and discuss how we're shifting our focus in light of a changing construction timeline.Listen in for insight on doing a scenario analysis before you take over a short-term rental business and find out how we got Strawberry Creek up and running in just eight weeks—and increased its revenue by 20%.Topics Covered What surprised us about our guest avatarMany new to using Airbnb platformMuch younger than expectedWhy we're booking exclusively on AirbnbLeverage reputation as hosts to book new listingsBuild catalog of 10-plus reviews for each unit Why ‘the barn' is struggling to get bookingsLeast attractive property of 4 units availableNeeds redesign to update experienceHow we've upgraded the marketing for our new listings Reduce number of photos (must ALL bring value)Tell story of experience through picturesThe challenges we're facing on the development sideBackup in county permitting officeAdditional 6 to 12 months to get approvalHow we're pivoting in light of a changing timelineFocus on buying more existing STR communitiesEnlist help of project manager to find leadsThe benefit of doing a scenario analysis before you buyRun numbers for worst-case scenarioEnsure investors will still get returnOur top wins since taking over Strawberry CreekBusiness up and running in under 2 monthsIncrease revenue by 20% without renovationsResources The Future of Short-Term Rentals on GPFYP EP404Strawberry Creek VillageOvernight Success Legends X Short-Term Rental AcceleratorSTR Legends Mastermind Review GPFYP on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to the GPFYP NewsletterEmail firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsor Hostfully [Discount Code PAD] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When we're deciding how to respond to kids' behavior, we're often motivated by preventing bad things from happening in the future. We want to do everything we can to make sure they turn out to be responsible and respectful, and that they have success and happiness later in life. But often, when we're focusing on the future, we aren't able to give them what they need to act and feel better in the future. In this episode, you'll learn why “future thinking” creates more worry and doesn't have the positive impact you'd think. You'll also learn tips to help you prevent this type of thinking so that you can give your kids what they actually need to be successful. Follow Rachel in Instagram: https://instagram.com/rachelbaileyparenting Join Rachel's Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RachelBailey/ Sign up for Rachel's free weekly tips by email: https://rachel-bailey.com/weekly-tips/ Check out Rachel Bailey's Parenting Academy: https://rachel-bailey.com/parenting-academy/
This year, many people are struggling to get their lives back to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted almost every aspect of our daily lives. Make this the year you put your money where your mouth is. This holiday season is an excellent opportunity for veterans and newbies alike. Whether your business is large or small, you need to be prepared for one day or the entire holiday season. It's not enough to have a "great product" or even a great price." You must also be prepared to offer exceptional customer service and build long-term relationships if you expect to do well during this particular time of year. Holidays are almost here, which means it's time to get serious about improving your marketing skills. In this episode, I've outlined seven powerful (but easy) strategies you can use to supercharge your marketing campaigns with 7 Holiday Marketing Tips to Increase Revenue.Topics I cover: Optimizing Your Website Performance Strengthening Your Social Media Presence Auditing Product Pages Creating the Urgency to Increase Sales Why to Update Store Design for the Holiday Season How to Reduce the Cart Abandonment Rate What is a Reminder Campaign for 2020 Holiday Sale Visitors Links For This Episode:Schedule a ConsultationMaking The Most of Social Media WorkbookGet in touch with Jennie:· JennieLyon.com· email@example.com· Book a Free Consultation· Facebook· Instagram· Twitter· LinkedIn· Pinterest
Welcome to the Feel Good Podcast with Kimberly Snyder. My goal is to help you develop a holistic lifestyle based on Four Cornerstone philosophy - food, body, emotional wellbeing and spiritual growth. This holistic approach will help you feel good, which I define as being connected to your most authentic, highest self. And this is the place from which your energy, confidence, creativity, true power and true beauty will start to explode. Every week we provide you with interviews from top experts in their field or a solocast from yours truly to support you in living your most beautiful, healthy and joyful life. I'm your host, Kimberly Snyder. Founder of Solluna, New York Times bestselling author, holistic wellness & spiritual teacher.
Adam works with a client that had a habit of thinking a lot about the times when he had a bad experience, was treated badly or unfairly. This kept him in an elevated state of stress and overwhelm which was having a physical creation on his health due to elevated cortisol levels. Adam creates a hypnosis session designed to introduce coping strategies to reduce anger and stress both in the moment and when reflecting on previous memories. This will be a useful session for anyone that gets angry quickly or experiences a lot of stress. Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. You can contact Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org Find Adam on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/adamcoxofficial/ For information on Adam go to https://www.adamcox.co.uk/ To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox To hear Adam's podcast The Hypnotist on Spotify and iTunes visit: http://link.chtbl.com/TheHypnotist To hear Adam's podcast Modern Mindset on Spotify and iTunes visit: https://link.chtbl.com/ModernMindset
PREMIUM PODCAST LINK (for Clinicians only) This week's podcast is a solo discussing the positive effects of exercises on the "feeling of being old." There is no way to reduce age, yet the feeling of being old can be improved with general physical and mental activity Enjoy! Looking to get in touch with our office? Send us a message here. We are in Costa Mesa CA but we can help people virtually very efficiently. 5 Step Workshops for Clinicians link Cody Dimak Strength and Conditioning Series for Clinicians. Lower Body Conditions Upper Body Conditions
This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for the many incredible guests I've had the pleasure of connecting with through the podcast. Let's take a look back at the top tips from the most recent guests to really hit home the importance of sleep, joy, and slowing down. The Biggest Top Tips for Function Health and Longevity Sleep is essential. Make sure you're getting at least 7 ½ hours of sleep every night in a cool, darkroom. Slow down. Take time to meditate, stretch, and exercise. Lowering your stress levels will help in every aspect of your life. Find your joy! Doing what you love and following your passion leads to joy and happiness. Your Longevity Blueprint's Top Tips from Guests Top Longevity Tip #1 Have a chiropractor on your wellness team. Making sure your nervous system is functioning optimally is a key component of your health. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Brian Stenzler here. Top Longevity Tip #2 Live intentionally every day. All those little things add up over the long term. Longevity has to be holistic and the quality of life is so important. Listen to the full episode with Abel James here. Top Longevity Tip #3 Clean plate, clean slate, clean body, clean mind are all so important for longevity. If you can do one every day, it doesn't have to take a lot of time, but getting these lifestyle choices in every day is key to longevity. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Trevor Cates here. Top Longevity Tip #4 Stop and check in with yourself. Be in touch and check in with yourself moment to moment. Build your practice of self-awareness. Listen to the full episode with Brodie Welch here. Top Longevity Tip #5 Meditation has centuries of evidence in how it improves your quality of life. Meditation for at least 30 minutes a day can also help to extend your life. Listen to the full episode with Nathan Crane here. Top Longevity Tip #6 A positive mindset is one of the keys to living a longer, happier life. Lower your stress levels for greater health. Everyone needs to take at least 10 minutes for themselves every day. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge here. Top Longevity Tip #7 Address the patterns and imbalances in your nervous system. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Aimie Apigian here. Top Longevity Tip #8 Slow down! Let you catch yourself; it's not so scary. There is so much love inside of yourself, slow down to feel it. Listen to the full episode with Tricia Nelson here. Top Longevity Tip #9 Find joy every single day. We are here to experience joy, so heal what you need to heal so you can embrace your life's happiness. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Debi Silber here. Top Longevity Tip #10 Manage your stress and emotion levels, especially when you're not really processing or allowing yourself to feel. The full range of human emotions is okay to feel. Listen to the full episode with Shannon Wilson here. Top Longevity Tip #11 Love in every way possible. Love people, even if they've hurt your feelings. It opens your heart to give and receive love. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Shiroko Sokitch here. Top Longevity Tip #12 Nourish your bodies, minds, and spirits. Focus on intellectual stimulation and spiritual wellness. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Rudrani Banik here. Top Longevity Tip #13 Get a good night's sleep. It's amazing how different and better life looks when you get to sleep. A good night's sleep also helps you make better food choices. Listen to the full episode with James Barry here. Top Longevity Tip #14 Follow your heart and do what you love. Find better ways to love and forgive yourself, understand that you are love, and that you are enough. You're on this planet for a reason; find your joy. Joy is one of the most powerful healing tools we have. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Kasia Kines here. Top Longevity Tip #15 Create choices that allow for a healthy lifestyle every day, not out of restriction. When we restrict and limit, we tend to break those limits and feel bad about doing it. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Jim LaValle here. Top Longevity Tip #16 Sleep for at least 7 ½ hours a night. Tired people aren't living at their best and make poor choices. Listen to the full episode with Dr. Joel Kahn here. Top Longevity Tip #17 Reduce your stress levels, sleep longer, have a good skincare routine, and find balance with your diet. Listen to the full episode with Alexis Yoo here. What top tip will you adopt first? Start with one and see how your quality of life improves. For everything else, call the Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic today and schedule your first appointment at 319-363-0033. Quotes “It's not only about living longer, but the quality of life is more important than the length of your life. The whole picture starts to come together.” [6:09] “When you love people, love them, even if they've hurt your feelings. Try to pour love on that person because if you can't find love for yourself, by giving love to someone else, it will come back to you. It opens your heart to give love.” [11:18] “One of the biggest issues we have with health is the choices we make, particularly around food. When I get a good night's sleep, I make better food choices. It's just a fact. The simplest, most base-level around health is what we choose to put in our mouth. If I make better choices when I make sleep, then sleep is the first marker for me.” [13:55] Links & Resources Get 10% Off Magnesium Supplements with code MAGNESIUM and Check Out the Blog Post: The Magnificence of Magnesium Find Your Longevity Blueprint Online Follow Your Longevity Blueprint on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn Get your copy of the Your Longevity Blueprint book and claim your bonuses here Find Dr. Stephanie Gray and Your Longevity Blueprint online Follow Dr. Stephanie Gray on Facebook | Instagram | Youtube | Twitter | LinkedIn Integrative Health and Hormone Clinic Podcast Production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 27: Top 20 Longevity Tips From 2020 Episode 56: Top 2021 Longevity Tips Part I Episode 71: 9 Keys To Optimal Health With Dr. Jim Lavalle
Floods, droughts, heat waves and cold blasts -- why is the weather becoming more extreme? Environmentalist and "America's weatherman" Al Roker discusses the link between climate change and disruptions to weather patterns worldwide, followed by a conversation between Nobel laureate Al Gore and TED science curator David Biello about the science of extreme weather and emerging solutions to reduce the risk of these events. (This segment, introduced by radio researcher Latif Nasser, was part of TED's Countdown Global Livestream on October 30, 2021.)
Floods, droughts, heat waves and cold blasts -- why is the weather becoming more extreme? Environmentalist and "America's weatherman" Al Roker discusses the link between climate change and disruptions to weather patterns worldwide, followed by a conversation between Nobel laureate Al Gore and TED science curator David Biello about the science of extreme weather and emerging solutions to reduce the risk of these events. (This segment, introduced by radio researcher Latif Nasser, was part of TED's Countdown Global Livestream on October 30, 2021.)
"Reduce your carbon footprint!" Does that sound familiar? At the moment, it seems as if people never stop telling us that — even the biggest culprits: fossil fuel companies! Crazy, right? So, how guilty should you feel about your individual emissions?
Wendy (IG: @wcooperkelly) is a lifelong Memphian and has been an architect with LRK (IG: @lrk_inc) since 2011. She has worked on several local projects including The Renasant Convention Center, The Commonwealth, FedExFamily House Phase II, and Tennessee Brewery. In her spare time, she renovates her MCM ranch with husband Chris. They have 3 fur babies-Herman, Hazel and Willow, who all claim to be superintendents of the renovation projects. Disclaimer: The perspectives expressed on this show are those of the guest and may or may not reflect the perspectives of Arcade Restaurant or the podcast host. The premise of 901 On The Mind, the newest subseries of the What's On Your Mind podcast (@whatsonyourmindpodcast), is to highlight local Memphis-based stories: the history of this city, the people, the spirit, and the grit and grind of who we are. These episodes are hosted by Jani (@janirad.me) and filmed live and on-site in Downtown Memphis at the Arcade Restaurant IG: @arcaderestaurant (Memphis' oldest Cafe, founded in 1919!) and are produced as Instagram Live IGTV episodes and podcast episodes. As always, thank you for the theme music @briank_williams28 BK Williams! . Become a monthly supporter of the show and stream episodes online at janirad.com/podcast. As heard on the What's On Your Mind Podcast, Wavelength @joinwavelength is the app to take back your power over food. Reduce cravings, stop overeating, and improve your relationship to food and your body for good. Every membership purchased directly supports this podcast! Join me and start your very own wavelength journey at wavelength.live/mind for 50% OFF YOUR MEMBERSHIP! Enjoy the mindfulness moments, mini courses, and the MASSIVE online community at wavelength.live/mind for 50% off. Love your body again
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom). If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Erin starts listing them at 1:58) before starting the episode.Apple Pecan PieMakes one 9-inch pie1 recipe All Buttah Pie Dough, prepared and chilled4 tablespoons (56 grams) unsalted butter1 cup (212 grams) dark brown sugar, divided2 tablespoons (15 grams) all-purpose flour2 cups (240 grams) peeled and diced apples, such as Cosmic Crisp, Honeycrisp, or Fuji (about 2 large apples)3 (170 grams) large eggs, at room temperature1/4 cup (78 grams) maple syrup1 1/2 teaspoons (7 grams) vanilla extract3/4 teaspoon (3 grams) fine sea salt1/2 teaspoon (2 grams) ground cinnamon1 1/2 cups (200 grams) pecan halves, roughly choppedOn a lightly floured surface, roll out the dough to ¼-in/6 mm thick, rotating it as you work to prevent it from sticking to the work surface. Use the rolling pin to transfer the dough to the pan, gently rolling it up, wrapping it around the pin, then unfurling it into a 9-in/23 cm pie plate.Use scissors to trim away the excess pie dough, leaving about ½ in/1 cm of excess all the way around the outside edge of the pie plate. Tuck this excess dough under itself, pressing gently to make it flush with the outside edge of the pie plate. Crimp the edge as desired.Dock the base and sides of the dough with the tines of a fork, then refrigerate for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Towards the end of chill time, preheat the oven to 425°F/220°C.Cut a square of parchment paper slightly larger than the diameter of a pie plate, and press it into the base of the pie plate. Fill with pie weights to the top inner rim of the pan. Bake until the edges begin to lightly brown, 15 to 17 minutes.Remove the parchment paper and pie weights, and return to the oven until the lower portion of crust appears dry and set (it shouldn't brown), 2 to 3 minutes more. Cool completely before filling. Reduce the oven temperature to 375°F/190°C.In a medium pot, melt the butter over medium heat. Place ½ cup (106 g) brown sugar in a small bowl, and use your fingers to rub the flour into it until well combined. Add the apples to the pot, and sprinkle the sugar mixture over it and stir well to combine.Cook, stirring constantly, until the sugar dissolves and the apples start to become tender; continue to cook until the “sauce” that forms from the sugar and apple's juices thickens slightly, fully coating the apples, 4 to 5 minutes.Pour this mixture onto a baking sheet or shallow casserole dish and spread into an even layer. Cool for 10 to 15 minutes.In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs well. Add the remaining ½ cup (106 g) brown sugar, maple syrup, vanilla, salt, and cinnamon and whisk well to combine.Add the apple mixture and pecans to the bowl and stir well to combine. Gently pour the mixture into the cooled pie crust.Transfer the pie to the oven and bake until the custard appears just set in the center when the pan is slightly moved back and forth, 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely before slicing and serving.Is there a recipe you'd like to hear us make? Tell us all about it at email@example.com!Lobby Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
For this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Cynthia Power, an expert in brand resale programs. Cynthia currently helps brands build and optimize their resale programs at Recurate, a full-service recommerce partner for brands, whose clients include Mara Hoffman and RE/DONE. Before that, Cynthia worked as the Director of Eileen Fisher's take-back and resale program. And as you may know, Eileen Fisher has been a major trailblazer in the brand resale space.Cynthia is also an avid thrifter and self-proclaimed vintage fanatic herself, so she has a lot of great insight into the secondhand fashion space.In this episode Cynthia is addressing topics like:What are the differences between brand-led resale programs vs. third-party platforms like a ThredUP or Depop?What do the logistics look like for a brand's resale program? And what are the challenges to getting a resale program off the ground? And how can brands design for resale from the very beginning? Cynthia is also addressing some of those big difficult-to-answer and hotly debated topics, like:How can we start to get fashion to *finally* talk about reducing new production?And does resale give brands an "excuse" to continue to overproduce since they have a home for that unsold stock?Let's dive into this conversation with Cynthia to get the answers to all of these questions, and more.Quick reminder: If you enjoy this conversation, make sure to hit subscribe or follow on your favorite podcast app! so that you don't miss future conversations like this one. FULL SHOW NOTES & TRANSCRIPThttps://www.consciouslifeandstyle.com/fashion-resale-recurate/ WATCH THIS INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE (coming soon):https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIKaxSd78Hqa8XA6cQf8tvg LINKS MENTIONED:ThredUP 2021 Resale ReportRecurate's Brand PartnersCS Podcast Episode about Clothing RentalThe Sustainability EDIT 2021 ReportCS Podcast Episode with Natasha Halesworth of The Consistency ProjectBrass Clothing Case Study CONNECT WITH RECURATE:WebsiteInstagram CONNECT WITH CONSCIOUS STYLE:Conscious Life & Style WebsiteInstagramPinterestConscious Edit NewsletterYouTube
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The holidays are here and they can be fun, festive, and happy but also stressful, frustrating and sad. There can be a lot of pressure and endless to-do lists that rob us of the joy of the season. Fortunately there are ways to shift things to a more positive experience. Mighty Parenting host Sandy Fowler discusses these shifts with John Sovec. John lends insights into how we end up stressed and unhappy. Then he's talks about how you can reduce holiday stress for yourself and your family while creating a holiday to remember. Our Guest: John Sovec Detailed Show Notes and Support at MightyParenting.com episode 204 DISCLAIMER: THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS WHICH REWARD ME MONETARILY OR OTHERWISE WHEN YOU USE THEM TO MAKE PURCHASES. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING MY WORK BY USING MY LINKS TO PURCHASE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. Sponsor Tip: One of the best ways to help kids learn to use cell phones in a healthy way is to model healthy smartphone habits ourselves. You can: 1. Be intentional 2. Set boundaries 3. Make a usage schedule for yourself Then talk to your child about how they can do the same. Have a conversation about what would work for them and things they can do to support themselves in developing those habits. And if you want amazing support in helping your child develop those healthy habits, get a Troomi phone so you can set up appropriate access to everything on the phone right in the parent portal. Troomi lets you guide your child in learning to use smartphones is a safe and healthy way with plans that grow with your child. You can learn more at troomi.com and use the code MIGHTYPARENTING to get half off a phone through November 30th ($50 off after that). And if you want to know more of Sandy's thoughts on using Troomi to help your child develop healthy technology habits just email through the contact page on mightyparenting.com. From Sandy: How to Talk to Your Teen — free email series at MightyParenting.com
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In this episode, I had the joy of interviewing a true ambassador of the power of music: Frank Fitzpatrick. Frank is a best selling-author, Grammy-nominated multi-platinum music producer, international keynote speaker, social entrepreneur, and wellness expert redefining human potential through the convergence of health & wellness, music, creativity and technology. He is a leading voice in the emerging Hearables market, contributing writer for Forbes, and faculty at Singularity University's Exponential Medicine. He has created successful programs reaching over 200 million people and generating over $1B in revenues. Frank's mission is to amplify human potential at scale through the power of music, health, creativity and technology. More about his best-selling book, Amplified, can be found at www.AmplifiedBook.com. We talk about his journey and how music forged a purpose in him in childhood that still drives him to this day. For Frank's Non-profit: www.earthtones.org For the Relaxation Vacation: www.sonicrecovery.com For our Sponsor: www.drneecie.com
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Courtesy of Alexandra Vang Pumpkin pie from Pie & Mighty in Minneapolis Are you looking forward to eating a slice of pie this Thanksgiving? Or two slices? Maybe you're planning to make one. Pie is a classic finale to a holiday feast, comforting and distinctly American. Do you like pumpkin or sweet potato? Pecan or apple? Many people discovered baking during the pandemic. But turning out that flaky pie crust can intimidate new bakers. Host Angela Davis got tips from pie experts and listeners and explored why eating and making pies nourish our family and cultural traditions. Guests: Rachel Swan is co-owner and chief pie baker at Pie & Mighty in Minneapolis. After years working in the restaurant industry she started selling pies by subscription in 2016 and opened the brick-and-mortar shop in 2020. Ken Haedrich is founder of the online pie-making community thepieacademy.com and author of 16 cookbooks, including a comprehensive guide to pies for new and experienced bakers published last year, “Pie Academy: Master the Perfect Crust and 255 Amazing Fillings, with Fruits, Nuts, Creams, Custards, Ice Cream, and More.” Lachelle Cunningham runs Chelle's Kitchen, a catering and food education business based in Minneapolis. She was previously founding executive chef at Breaking Bread Cafe, which opened in 2015 in north Minneapolis and still serves a variation of her uncle's sweet potato pie recipe. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation. We also asked listeners to tell us about their favorite pie recipes. Check them out below and tell us about your favorite here. Pumpkin Pie (with a kick!) Mix these 8 dry ingredients together in small bowl: 1 cup sugar1 tbsp. flour1/2 tsp. salt1 tsp. ginger1 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. nutmeg1/8 tsp. ground black pepper1/8 tsp. cloves In large bowl mix: 3 large eggs1 1/2 cups pumpkin scant 1 cup light cream Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients stir well, pour into a 9” unbaked pie crust. Bake 45-55 minutes at 400 degrees in the oven. Let cool, serve with whipped cream and grated nutmeg on top or with vanilla ice cream. Karen's Pie Crust Mix together until pea sized pieces:3 cups flour1 1/4 cups butter 1 tsp. salt In one cup measure, mix: 1/4 cup cold waterI beaten egg1 tbsp. white vinegar Pour liquids into dry ingredients, mix to form a ball.Put flour onto board, divide dough into four equal pieces. Each ball is enough for 1 crust. The unbaked dough can stay in refrigerator for up to a week or freeze dough in small piece or in a rolled out pie crust. Penny's 5 ingredient Last Minute Pie I bring this when invited last minute. I stop at the store to pick up the items. When I arrive, I ask for a spatula and a mixing bowl. (I offer to do dishes in trade for my friends letting me in the kitchen for a few moments. ;-) ) 10" Graham cracker crust1 can sweetened condensed milk1 package Lemonade drink mix1 regular size Cool Whip1 can blueberry pie filling Put condensed milk in bowl, add lemonade drink mix. Stir until it starts to thicken. Add Cool Whip. Stir until completely mixed. Pour in crust. Top with berries. Put in refrigerator until after meal. Don't forget to do the dishes! (I use other drink mixes and pie fillings, too.) Festal Golden Pumpkin Pie Recipe by Marian Biersdorf, aka The Pumpkin Pie Lady! 1/4 (or 1/2) tsp. salt1 tsp. cinnamon1/4 tsp. cloves1/4 tsp. nutmeg1/4 tsp. ginger3 eggs, slightly beaten1 cup granulated or light brown sugar1 15 oz. can pumpkin puree1 cup evaporated (or regular) milk1 9-inch deep-dish pie crust, unbaked Preheat oven to 450 degrees. In a large bowl, combine salt, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and ginger, and mix. Add eggs and sugar. Mix well. Stir in pumpkin. Add milk and beat well.Pour pumpkin filling into crust. Bake for 10 minutes at 450. Reduce heat to 350 degrees, and bake additional 40 to 45 minutes. Test for doneness by inserting knife into pie center. The pie is done when the knife comes out clean. Garnish with choice of topping. (Marian reduces the salt to 1/4 teaspoon. She also says it's fine to replace the evaporated milk with skim milk, to reduce the calorie and fat content.) Mixed Fruit Pie A 9 inch pie — double crust. 1 and 1/4 of blueberries, raspberries, rhubarb of any variation.1/2 tsp. of almond flavoring1 and 1/4 cup of sugar — or less1/4 cup of quick tapioca1/4 tsp. of nutmeg1/4 tsp. of salt1 tbsp. lemon juice Bake at 450 degrees for 10 minutes, then at 375 degrees for 45-50 minutes. Variation on the ‘Stir-N-Roll' crust Submitted by Louise DiCesare. I use a completely different way to make the crust from Betty Crocker's original cookbook called Stir-N-Roll. Mix 2 cups sifted flour and 1 1/2 tsp. salt (I don't use any salt) Next, pour 1/2 cup cooking oil (I use Canola) and 1/4 cup of milk into the flour all at once. Stir with a fork. Wet countertop and put a piece of wax paper so the wax paper won't move. Put half the dough on the wax paper and put another piece of wax paper on top of the dough. Roll it out with a rolling pin. Lift off top sheet of wax paper and pick up bottom sheet with crust and flip onto the baking dish. Repeat with top crust. Make any filling and you can use a form to make the top crust to make it a lattice or separate top crust with a knife. From The Splendid Table Bourbon Pecan Pie Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.
Stress in any given situation and environment is normal and even natural, but we often have times when we get stressed, anxious, and tense over nothing. We go through all those uncomfortable feelings because of things that we've mostly made up in our heads. Today, host John Laurito talks about stress, its overall effects on us, the most probable reasons why we get stressed, and how to reduce all that. Show notes:[0:00] Intro[1:17] What is stress and how it affects us[4:40] Why and what do we needlessly stress about?[6:26] The things we know[8:12] The things we don't know[9:02] The things we think we know but don't[11:42] Solution 1: Gain clarity[13:26] Solution 2: Do it quickly[14:32] Simplify[18:11] OutroGet a copy of Tomorrow's Leader on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/huseae9hText LEADER to 617-393-5383 to receive The Top 10 Things That The Best Leaders Are Doing Right NowFor questions, suggestions, or speaker inquiries, contact me at email@example.com
The internationally acclaimed book, Nudge, has shaped a lot of the field of behavioral economics. It has also spurred a whole other area which one of its co-authors, Cass Sunstein, has written a new book about, called Sludge: What Stops Us From Getting Things Done and What To Do About It, which released in fall 2021. Sludge is everywhere in our lives. So what is it and how do we reduce it? This episode of The Brainy Business podcast is dedicated to all things sludge to help you identify and reduce it in your business. In this episode you will learn about: what sludge is and isn't; a customer facing example of sludge; a back-office example of sludge; how to quantify sludge; and how to get others on your team on board with finding and removing sludge. No matter your size or industry, I guarantee sludge is a problem in your business. Find it, remove it, and enjoy the benefits. Listen to learn more about sludge... Show Notes: [00:06] Today's behavioral economics foundations episode is all about sludge. [02:23] Context and the way choices are presented make a huge difference in what we find to be most appealing. When the choices are presented in a different order we might choose something else entirely. [03:32] When you use a tactic to influence choice, we call that a nudge. [05:45] “Sludge is built into the human condition, and we need to start to remove it, piece by piece.” [07:02] “Sludge hurts all of us, but if you are sick, old, disabled, or poor, or if you don't have a lot of education, sludge is a curse.” [08:07] Sludge is everywhere in our lives. Melina shares examples of sludge. [10:34] “If sludge is understood to consist of frictions that separate people from what they want to get, the concept is not entirely mysterious.” [11:16] Much sludge involves confusing administrative burdens requiring people to obtain information, to figure out whom to call, to find out exactly what they're supposed to do. [13:01] Sometimes it is good for people to be confronted with a little sludge to prove they qualify for a benefit or that they care enough to earn whatever is presented, or that they are a good fit for a position. [13:30] In this episode I'm going to give you a back-office example, a customer-facing example, and some ways to think about quantifying the problem of sludge so you can know its real impact [13:50] When it comes to customer-facing examples, I like to start with the “buy now” button from Amazon. [15:12] In the buying process, questions like “Are you sure?” or extra fields or steps can act as partitions. Each new partition is a point where someone will evaluate if this is worth it or if they should bail completely or plan to “come back later.” Unfortunately, later often never comes. [17:09] Removing the sludge so you only ask what is absolutely necessary can help a lot more people get over that first hurdle. Focus on each micro moment as it exists and what is absolutely necessary. [18:23] You can turn the sludge up or down as needed, but again I want to stress that most companies have way too much sludge in the way of people doing business with you. [19:41] My main piece of advice: find the least amount of items you need to get someone to move forward in this singular situation. [20:21] Melina shares back office examples including expense reports, checking tools in and out, and signing off on a change. [21:55] Melina shares her experience when she first started at the credit union and changes required a physical form to be completed by hand. (So sludgy!) [24:15] In the back office, when you trust your employees, you can reduce the sludge and things get done faster, for a lot less money than if you don't have trust. Work on trust and get rid of that sludge. [24:47] Because people get stuck in the status quo, they often don't feel like they can give up sludge. [25:11] Sunstein gives an example of quantifying sludge with TSA Precheck and shares how quickly the value can add up. [26:40] When you take a minute to quantify the lost sales or the minutes wasted by key staff members, the initiatives that couldn't be completed because of wasted time, or anything else. It can add up incredibly quickly. [27:21] Sludge is a huge problem in your business, I promise, no matter your size or industry. Find it, remove it, and enjoy the benefits. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Sludge, by Cass Sunstein Nudge, by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein Friction, by Roger Dooley The Speed of Trust, by Stephen M.R. Covey The Paradox of Choice, by Barry Schwartz Top recommended next episode: Friction, an interview with Roger Dooley (episode 72) Already heard that one? Try these: Introduction to NUDGES and Choice Architecture (episode 35) iNcentives: the “N” in NUDGES (episode 36) Understanding Mapping: the “U” in NUDGES (episode 37) Defaults: the “D” in NUDGES (episode 38) Give Feedback: the “G” in NUDGES (episode 40) Expect Error: the “E” in NUDGES (episode 39) Structure Complex Choices: the “S” in NUDGES (episode 41) Amazon: a Behavioral Economics Analysis (episode 159) The Speed of Trust, with Stephen M.R. Covey (episode 148) Partitioning (episode 58) Paradox of Choice (episode 171) Status Quo Bias (episode 142) Change Management (episode 7) Framing (episode 16) Interview with Dr. Robert Cialdini (episode 157) Check out Melina's award-winning book, What Your Customer Wants and Can't Tell You on Amazon, Bookshop, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository, and Booktopia
As your emotions go up, your ability to think clearly goes down. That's why you might say or do things you later regret when you feel angry. And it's also why you might reach for an unhealthy coping skill to get immediate relief when your anxiety skyrockets.Uncomfortable emotions like anxiety, embarrassment, sadness, and anger can be tough to tolerate. And if we're not careful, these emotions can lead to poor decisions if we don't manage them well.From drawing to running, there are many healthy ways you can manage your emotions. The goal isn't to make uncomfortable emotions go away altogether though. The goal is to reduce them enough that you can think clearly. Then, you can make healthier decisions for yourself.On today's Friday Fix, I explain how to identify your current coping skills, and I outline healthy coping strategies you can start experimenting with.
Larry Bellack from Reva Tech chats with Jude about the different leasing models he’s seen in the industry an gets into detail as to why a centralized model is the way to go.
If you had more money than you were expecting, what would you do with it? It's a question state lawmakers will have to figure out again. The latest estimate forecasts that California will have a 31 billion dollar budget surplus next year. Buying a home here is a tough task with high prices and low inventory and now here come investors to make it even more difficult. California is now letting all adults get COVID booster shots. How do public officials get people to actually make those appointments? Passing voting rights legislation has been one of the key goals of Democrats in Congress. But nothing's been passed so far. Now, a talk show host is on a hunger strike until the president signs something. That could last a long time. The holidays are coming up. You'll be shopping and the scammers know that. We have a list of the top holiday scams to avoid. A new study finds exercising for five hours a week can reduce your cancer risk. So how do we get people to set aside that much time? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Omnichannel retailing during the pandemic has placed one hell of a premium on inventory accuracy in stores and throughout the supply chain. But so much of the legacy store level and DC level infrastructure is not equipped to give us the data and level of accuracy that we need to meet these new demands. Kris Barton of Avery Dennison and Umesh Umesh Cooduvalli of Detego join Chris Walton for the latest installment of the Omni Talk Spotlight Series to discuss why RFID may just be the answer. Together they explore how RFID can: - Greatly improve store level inventory accuracy - Improve your performance on buy online, pickup in store - Reduce the amount of split shipments out of your stores - And give you a leg up on the future More and more stores are becoming like mini-warehouses, so the premium on inventory accuracy will soon be at an all-time high (if it isn't already). *Sponsored Content*
Ever asked yourself, “What is being done to fix algae blooms at Utah Lake”? or “What kind of research are they doing”? This episode contains audio from the June 17, 2021 Utah Lake Commission Governing Board meeting. In that meeting, Erica Gaddis, Director of Utah Division of Water Quality reported on the progress of several research projects going on the lake regarding nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen and their impact on algae blooms. Core samples to biassay studies and more are being completed to create a comprehensive approach to looking at the sources of nutrients (nutrients are the food for the algae blooms to grow). Links from this Episode: Utah Lake Water Quality Study website Full Video Recording of June Governing Board meeting
Today we're going to talk about the amazing bioactive compound, berberine. Berberine has been used in traditional Chinese medicine and ayurveda for more than 1500 years and is found in many different plants, among such are Berberis Vulgaris, Coptus Chenensus, and Berberidis Cortex. Berberine belongs to a class of molecules called Isoquinoline Alkaloids. It's a flat molecule, it's planar, and it's aeromatic, meaning that the electrons can move together in a conjugated system. Berberine has been found to regulate insulin levels, as well as change the composition of the 10 trillion bacterial cells that live in our gut. It helps with overall cholesterol levels as well as overall heart health, and can even reduce chances of polycystic ovarian syndrome, a frequent reproductive and metabolic disorder associated with insulin resistance, increasing birth rates. Physical characteristics 2:04Health benefits and metabolic syndrome 3:08Meta analysis on berberine 5:10Insulin 8:52PCOS 13:26Preventing acute diarrhea 16:14Why berberine is good 17:10“There's actually 5 criteria for metabolic syndrome. Number one is elevated waist circumference. Number two is high fasting blood glucose levels. Number three is high triglycerides. Number four is low HDL cholesterol, and number five is high blood pressure. These are the 5 criteria and a person has metabolic syndrome if they have at least 3 of these 5 criteria.” 3:59https://feelbrilliant.com/
This episode we are answering questions about investment taxes. There are several things that you can do to reduce your investment taxes including the use of retirement accounts and buying and holding tax efficient investments. We cover six ways to help with reducing those taxes. We talk about when (or if) you should rebalance your portfolio and what to do if you have to recharacterize from a Roth IRA to a traditional. We discuss if it is ever a good idea to do tax gain harvesting and go over what opportunity zone investing is and what type of investors are participating in it. Learn more on how investments are taxed: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/taxes-on-investments/ This podcast is sponsored by Bob Bhayani at https://drdisabilityquotes.com. He is an independent provider of disability insurance planning solutions to the medical community in every state and a long-time White Coat Investor sponsor. He specializes in working with residents and fellows early in their careers to set up sound financial and insurance strategies. If you need to review your disability insurance coverage or to get this critical insurance in place, contact Bob at https://drdisabilityquotes.com today by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (973) 771-9100. The White Coat Investor has been helping doctors with their money since 2011. Our free financial planning resource covers a variety of topics from doctor mortgage loans and refinancing medical school loans to physician disability insurance and malpractice insurance. Learn about loan refinancing or consolidation, explore new investment strategies, and discover loan programs for specifically aimed at helping doctors. If you're a high-income professional and ready to get a "fair shake" on Wall Street, The White Coat Investor channel is for you! Main Website: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com YouTube: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/youtube Student Loan Advice: https://studentloanadvice.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewhitecoatinvestor Twitter: https://twitter.com/WCInvestor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewhitecoatinvestor Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/whitecoatinvestor Online Courses: https://whitecoatinvestor.teachable.com Newsletter: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/free-monthly-newsletter
This week's podcast, sponsored by NewLeaf Symbiotics, features Liz Ripley, Cover Crop Specialist with Iowa State University. Ripley will discuss how cover crops reduce nitrate losses from corn and soybean fields, cover crops and the 4Rs of nitrogen management, how growers determine the correct type of fertilizer to use, and more.
Say Yes! In today's episode, I talk to Kira Jean, Founder of The Dreamwork Collective, author, entrepreneur, and coach. This episode is sure to inspire you to go all in on your dreams and hesitate less when it comes to saying yes to soul. Kira shares her journey to success with you including the life changing moment of saying ‘yes' to her writing, the ingredients necessary to become a standout success, when it's acceptable to dial back parts of yourself, how to find calmness, as well as how she now assists other authors to conquer their own fears. Here a look at what else we dive into: * [07:26] Not following “the right way” of doing things. * [11:26] Accessing certainty. * [15:25] What makes someone a standout success? * [18:26] Losing sight of purpose! * [22:54] Dialling back parts of yourself. * [26:38] Harnessing a state of calmness and flow. * [33:53] When are you most likely to lose track of the right moment? * [36:29] Kira's megaphone minute. Tune in to the full episode below as a reminder back to soul and receive the motivation and inspiration too say yes to what is calling you forth and speaking to your soul! You know it's time gorgeous. Notable Quotes * “Writing is the easy part. Getting it out into the world is sometimes the place where people get challenged.” * “You definitely will have more success if there's already an excited and willing audience ready to hear what you've got to say.” * “Reduce the noise.” * “It's so much more simple than we think.” * “If it's what you're meant to be doing, it's going to be natural. It's not going to be easy, but it is going to be simple and natural. As long as it feels simple and natural, then that's a pretty good sign that it's the right thing.” More about Kira Jean Kira Jean is a highly sought-after success coach and entrepreneur with over fifteen years' experience in the personal development industry. Her private clients are some of the world's top creatives, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Kira is driven by her mission to shape the world through powerful, empathetic, and resilient leadership! Alongside her coaching practice, Kira is the founder of The Dreamwork Collective, a tiny but mighty publishing house sharing diverse voices and powerful stories with the world, and emerging lifestyle brand, re-wilding.co, which houses a curated collection of nature's best hacks for the independent of mind and free in spirit. To learn more, follow Kira at: Website: https://kirajean.com https://thedreamworkcollective.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kirajeanofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirajeandxb Please take a moment to leave a comment, review or share if you enjoy the show! Your feedback means so much to me, and I appreciate it so much! -------------------- Hi, I'm Katrina Ruth. I'm a self-made multi-millionaire, and I work with successful badasses like YOU, who kick their OWN ass … and then I kick it a little bit harder. I currently live on the Gold Coast of Australia, and I'm Mum to my two beautiful children, Alyssa and Nathan. I also recently got re-married to their Dad, Enzo. We divorced 5 years ago and are re-married this year! I travel a LOT with my business (sometimes with the fam, sometimes not, a little more restricted these days but still on the go!), and my business allows me to be fully location free. After many MANY years of not going all in, NOT speaking my truth or doing what I really wanted to do in the world, I finally said yes to purpose and sharing my deep soul message, AND to doing the damn work, and now, well – Here we are. I have been fortunate enough to build up an INCREDIBLE online community of driven entrepreneurs and leaders and creators, and each day I get to do what I always wanted to do, which is to motivate, educate, empower and inspire you to press play and create the business and life YOU want. I've made close to $15,000,000 (yes, 15 million dollars) online just by speaking my truth and following the path of my soul, breaking any and all rules that don't feel fuck yes for me, and also – and this is my fave! – really just being ME. Yeah, I might have some fancier stuff now than when I started, but my business was built on, and still runs on, me being the girl who just loves to write and say what needs to be said running around usually in her gym gear as a hot mess, in between being a Mum and just, well, living life! I can't wait to get to know you! Please reach out and tell me about you me anytime, share what most speaks to you from my content, or just say whats up! 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Don't you hate it when you have back-to-back meetings? Inevitably, one meeting runs over, and there is not enough time to catch your breath, prepare for the next meeting, or even go to the bathroom. In today's episode, I share a passion project that has allowed meetings to be scheduled more efficiently and respectful of people's time.What You'll Learn in this Episode:How my Passion Project BeganImprovement Kata for Meeting Efficiency Steps to Change Meeting Default Times in OutlookManaging Meetings to be Respectful of OthersGet full show notes and more information here: https://processplusresults.com/podcast/068
There's a lot of talk right now about the effects of climate change and the challenges involved in mitigation, but new research from the Global Carbon Project comes to some surprising conclusions about the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Mainstreet's oceans guy Boris Worm spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the new findings.
Although early specialization in sport may pose a risk to some youth athletes, is it possible to have success with specialized training? What is it about the workload-injury relationship and injury risk factors that practitioners must take into account when taking care of specialized athletes? On this episode of the AMSSM Sports Medcast, host Dr. Giorgio Negron is joined by one of the leading experts on youth sports health, Dr. Neeru Jayanthi, to discuss the topic of youth sports specialization. In this conversation Dr. Jayanthi addresses the following topics: Definition of youth sports specialization What are the potential risks of injury for youth athletes pursuing sport specialization? Is there any research regarding training guidelines or protocols for youth pursuing sport specialization? References: Jayanthi N, Saffel H, Gabbett T. Training the specialised youth athlete: a supportive classification model to keep them playing. Br J Sports Med. 2021 Nov;55(22):1248-1249. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2020-103880. Epub 2021 Aug 11. PMID: 34380644. Jayanthi N, Kliethermes SA, Côté J. Youth sport specialisation: the need for an evidence-based definition. Br J Sports Med. 2020 Feb;54(4):196-197. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2019-101256. Epub 2019 Dec 19. PMID: 31857339. Myer GD, Jayanthi N, Difiori JP, Faigenbaum AD, Kiefer AW, Logerstedt D, Micheli LJ. Sport Specialization, Part I: Does Early Sports Specialization Increase Negative Outcomes and Reduce the Opportunity for Success in Young Athletes? Sports Health. 2015 Sep-Oct;7(5):437-42. doi: 10.1177/1941738115598747. Epub 2015 Aug 6. PMID: 26502420; PMCID: PMC4547120.
Daniel Gallucci (IG: @nurogaffer), Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Nurosene, is a trained functional neurologist, osteopath, exercise physiologist, and exercise scientist, with experience working in-clinic with top athletes. Daniel has completed fellowships in Traumatic Brain Injury, Vestibular Dysfunction and Rehabilitation, Developmental Disorders, and Neurochemistry. He is currently researching multimodal neuroimaging, digital phenotyping, and their impact on health and performance. Download the NURO app (IG: @nurosene_ ) today from the Apple App Store or Android Google Play Store! @anitachatterbox @agame.pr As always, thank you for the theme music @briank_williams28 BK Williams! . Become a monthly supporter of the show and stream episodes online at janirad.com/podcast. As heard on the What's On Your Mind Podcast, Wavelength @joinwavelength is the app to take back your power over food. Reduce cravings, stop overeating, and improve your relationship to food and your body for good. Every membership purchased directly supports this podcast! Join me and start your very own wavelength journey at wavelength.live/mind for 50% OFF YOUR MEMBERSHIP! Enjoy the mindfulness moments, mini courses, and the MASSIVE online community at wavelength.live/mind for 50% off. Love your body again
In today's episode.. Do you want to experience relief within 30 days? Do you want to experience tapping and learn the concepts that can help you reduce your suffering? Do you want to increase your self-confidence and enjoy making conversations in front of other people? Then go sign up for the next FREE 30 Day Social Confidence Challenge that will start on the 1st of January 2022. Get insights, and create the shift that you have been looking for! Go to: https://bit.ly/socialconfidencechallenge See you on the inside! _____________________________ Do you feel awkward socially? Struggle to be yourself around others? And do you fear being judged, being seen anxious, and embarrassing yourself? You're not alone. I've been there. It sucks. Big time. But there is great hope. I've been fortunate enough to overcome it (thanks to a powerful, scientifically proven emotional release technique, and the help of some brilliant therapists)… … and I've helped hundreds of socially anxious clients overcome their struggles too. Here are some video testimonials as proof. Thankfully, here is gentle, powerful, and effective solution to beat your social anxiety. It won't happen overnight, but with certain techniques and strategies you can reduce your social anxiety quickly. And with persistence, you can become completely anxiety-free. Without needing to force yourself to awkwardly face your fears. Ready to get started on your journey to social confidence? Here are your first steps: 1) SUBSCRIBE to this channel. I release weekly videos to help you understand and overcome social anxiety. bit.ly/SAS-YT 2) Join the FREE 30-day Social Confidence Challenge and massively reduce your social anxiety ... from the comfort of your own home bit.ly/socialconfidencechallenge You will learn about a powerful, scientifically proven emotional relief technique. And you will apply this technique to release your social anxiety. NO NEED to awkwardly face your fears. And like thousands of others, you will significantly reduce your social anxiety. Learn A Powerful Emotional Release Technique - I've used this technique to overcome my own social anxiety. And I've helped hundreds of clients do the same. You'll learn how to use this simple, powerful technique. So you can apply it to overcoming your social anxiety. Discover The Blueprint To Social Confidence When you've suffered from social anxiety for a long time... transformation won't happen overnight (though progress happens rapidly). To become completely anxiety-free requires a journey: #TheJourneyToSocialConfidence This roadmap makes the journey crystal clear. You'll know exactly how to go from social anxiety to effortless social ease. Massively Reduce Your Social Anxiety You'll be guided through simple lessons and powerful exercises. Day by day you'll start feeling less anxious. More confident. More at ease. And step-by-step you begin breaking down your social anxiety challenges. 3) TUNE IN to my Social Anxiety Solutions Podcast. https://www.social-anxiety-solutions.com/sas-podcast/ You'll hear me (an ex-social anxiety disorder sufferer) interview the superstars of the WESTERN therapy and ENERGY psychology world as they share their most effective techniques, empowering solutions, and unbelievably inspiring stories of transformation. 4) LET'S CONNECT! https://www.facebook.com/socialanxiet... https://www.instagram.com/socialanxietysolutions/ https://twitter.com/socialanxietysb All the best on your journey to effortless social ease. Warm regards, Seb
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Brown County; https://bit.ly/3BDNdsXCampfire Conversation: Do you want to live more sustainably? Does living a ‘green' lifestyle seem too difficult to do? Have you met The Mindfluencers?The Mindfluencers mini-series follows parents, Corrina and Patrick Cunningham, as they navigate a sustainable lifestyle that's practical for the average Midwestern family. They came to The Cabin (with their youngest child in arm) to share some of their sensible tips and tricks to living a more sustainable life that anyone can do. Whether it's choosing the grocery store you shop at, how you bag up your food, or tips on reducing, reusing, and recycling, they've got great advice for people at any stage of life to be mindful of the environment we live in! To learn more tips on how to live more sustainability, make sure to follow The Mindfluencers on:Facebook;https://bit.ly/3GfofU2Instagram; https://bit.ly/3jnxtnFYouTube; https://bit.ly/3C45GPvBehind-the-Scenes of Discover Wisconsin: “Wisconsin Campgrounds: Fun For The Whole Family!” with Producer, Andy Meddaugh: https://youtu.be/1hxfaR4YzocCobblestone Hotels; The Official Hotel Chain of Discover Wisconsin; https://bit.ly/3zv0mE9UW-Platteville; Affordable and Impeccable Education in The Driftless Area; https://bit.ly/3nz1XpEMarshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56EKnow Your Wisconsin: Beer Distributors: Customer Relationships
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, millions of women have dropped out of the workforce, and many have yet to rejoin. Ursula Dimmling Mead '02 has been studying what women want at work for the bulk of her career. She built a tool to help women make data-informed decisions about where to apply (and where to avoid applying).Ursula is the founder and CEO of InHerSight, the largest company-reviews platform for women. The alumna joined Catalyze to share how the pandemic has changed the ways in which women seek and conduct work, how companies can become more women-friendly and attract female talent, and strategies for women to find their best workplace fit. Catalyze is also joined by Anna Pickens '23, who interned at InHerSight during summer 2021. Music CreditsThis episode features songs by Scott Hallyburton '22, guitarist of the band South of the Soul, and Nicholas Byrne '19 of Arts + Crafts. How to listenOn your mobile device, you can listen and subscribe to Catalyze on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. For any other podcast app, you can find the show using our RSS feed.Catalyze is hosted and produced by Sarah O'Carroll for the Morehead-Cain Foundation, home of the first merit scholarship program in the United States and located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. You can let us know what you thought of the episode by finding us on Twitter or Instagram at @moreheadcain or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
00:00.56 mikebledsoe That's how you already canceled you're bulletproof. 00:01.76 Max Shank It's okay I already canceled myself so well, it's like I found I was putting so much of my identity into this illusion that I had masterfully crafted. On the internet I was like the dark night of fitness I was professional I was like once in a while a little bit funny I used all the big fancy words and I only showed people the exact slice of my life I wanted them to see and I was really good at it too and then I was like man this is a. Probably probably not good long term like this whole this whole reality that we've created where people think oh, that's just that's just max all the time I'm just out there. You know going on vacations and lifting huge things all the time and it's not really.. It's not really very honest. So of course I think we all do to fit in I think that's kind of normal and the best friends you have are the ones you don't have to fake around and truthfully. 00:57.30 mikebledsoe Or you are censoring yourself. It sounds like. 01:15.83 Max Shank I don't really hang out with too many people that I have to um, fake it around which is why I say some horrible things that are also really funny like if you've ever played the game would you rather? that's a really, that's a really good 1 Are you played would you rather. 01:20.66 mikebledsoe Four. 01:30.62 mikebledsoe No. 01:34.00 Max Shank So here's it's a hypothetical game. So for example, would you rather have sex with a goat and have no 1 know about it or have a video of you having sex with a goat that's totally fake, but everyone thinks you did. 01:47.44 mikebledsoe Oh that's a good 1 Yeah ah I'm gonna censor myself on that 1 actually I'm I'm having a hard time because yeah I think I might be on the same page as you on that 1 Ah. 01:56.14 Max Shank I would have sex with the goat. 02:04.99 Max Shank Is because there's still such a social stigma against bestiality right now we're not really enlightened about that. 02:07.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's and. 02:13.34 mikebledsoe Ah, well, it's interesting. What you're discussing is self-censorship is ah I hear people say they want to be more Authentic. You know I talk to a lot of people who want to express themselves on the internet and because I think people witnessed me do it and then they're like how do you do it I Want to do it too. And and and I'm definitely somebody Who's who's got a history of censoring myself less So these days than and earlier. But I think people deep down they desire not needing a sensor sensor themselves. They they want to. They want to be widely accepted by everybody but they think that the only way that can happen and it's probably true. The only way you can be popular with everybody is to censor yourself depending on the audience you're talking to and the person you're talking to. 03:03.58 Max Shank It is the most important thing to fit in with the group that you're a part of to fit in with the tribe I mean little kids go Rob seven eleven s and murder people so they can be part of a gang people say things that they don't mean people lie I mean I was a kid once I used to lie. 03:16.69 mikebledsoe Yep. 03:22.26 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 03:22.93 Max Shank Did you ever lie I was great at it I had like think I had like 50 grandparents die as far as teachers knew growing up. Oh I decided I didn't do my homework a grandparents diet or something like that you know like when your're kid and you find out that lying is a. 03:29.54 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah. 03:42.50 Max Shank Like a ten second uncomfortable experience that can save you like weeks of trouble. Potentially it's it's natural that you would do it and if you're talking about how to like fit in better. Oh my god of course we all do that. 03:49.94 mikebledsoe Yeah. 03:57.67 mikebledsoe Yeah, but would you say that everyone on of about everyone. But I think that everyone gets to a point at some point in their life where they don't want to have to censor themselves anymore and I think that they. When they are at that point the language they use to describe what they desire is they want to be free I Want to be free to express myself and ah and what ends up happening is when someone starts exploring how much they want to express themselves. Find out that they're the only ones that are censoring themselves based on wanting to be accepted by the tribe and the likeability and so I've witnessed a lot of people including myself go through this process where a slowly saying fuck it I don't give a fuck What people think. I'm going to be more honest and then watching watching the polarization happen where some people get become more distant from me the more honest I am and other people getting a lot closer because of how honest I am and it's a it's a filter and it's and it's. 04:57.20 Max Shank And. 05:02.56 Max Shank Well, it's just filter. It's a good thing. It's like panning for gold. 05:09.20 mikebledsoe And it's really served me in a way where I experience my experience of my life is ah very enhanced. It's it's unreal at times. Um, and my sister she came to my birthday party a few weeks ago. And she got to witness my community and she was blown away. She didn't realize that people could be like that. But it really is a result of censoring myself less and attracting those people who and then giving permission to other people. Censor themselves less because I think you and I both say things that in. Probably me more publicly but say things that people turn their heads at and go well that's a crazy thing to say I've never heard anyone say that before or put it that way. Um, and I think I think it gives people permission to go oh if he can do it I can do it too. 05:58.42 Max Shank Totally and. Well and there's something to be said about a frictionless experience like if you're in a situation where I guess what I'm saying is it's easy to put other people at ease with the way that you communicate. Like you don't have to draw attention to things that are like if you see someone who's really overweight. You don't have to draw attention to their fatness. You don't have to just speak whatever you instinctually think so we're always choosing what to say as if. 06:32.71 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, it doesn't mean doesn't mean that. 06:40.10 Max Shank It's important or not important. 06:40.61 mikebledsoe Well I would say it's um, yeah, censorship is a form of filter but it's not the only version of Filter. There's There's the the filter of of ah of response you're being responsible with your words and how people receive them. And so it wouldn't behoove me to go out there and tell everybody exactly what I think and the way that I want to say it now. What I do is I say things say what I believe and what I think in a way in which I know it can be received because there's no point and if I'm just saying. You know if I'm just dropping the truth. Ah the way that I want to be heard and understood I'm just going to sound like a crazy person. 07:27.50 Max Shank Well, you just touched on something that I was thinking which is a good communicator doesn't just communicate the information as simply as possible. He considers who the audience is so it will resonate with them the best. So. 07:40.68 mikebledsoe A. 07:46.26 Max Shank The examples that you use or the language you use I mean you and I both understand the the power of communication and getting a resonant message if you and I were writing an exercise program. For 20 year old men or 50 year old women. The program itself might actually look the same but the way that we present that offer would be monumentally different or at least it should be monumentally different. So it's not just about. 08:18.78 mikebledsoe A. 08:23.98 Max Shank Oh I'm like speaking my truth. It's like well why are you talking at all unless you care about the message being received. 08:30.28 mikebledsoe Yeah, well that but that makes me think of like like ah it it it requiring you to have good communication to get your point across in a way that they can receive it is that is ah a good sense. That's good. Ah. Leadership. That's good communication to have good leadership. You have to have good communication and what I think we're witnessing in our society right now is um, it's laziness I see that that censorship when when censorship is being heavily used. It's ah it's a form of laziness. And it's also um, on that note, what we were just saying too is you have to fit it to your audience. So what ends up happening is the larger the audience the harder it is to be good at communicating with that audience. So we we take the United states of America and there's 3 hundred and fifty million people. You now have to create ah get to communicate the narrative in a way that that impacts all 3 hundred million people is that even lowest common and nomin and is that possible and so. 09:35.80 Max Shank Lowest common denominator. 09:42.63 mikebledsoe And then that's why I mean lowest common denominator is the exact reason why any time the average per we look at what's happening with Mainstream I go they're going right? What's left. They're going left. What's right? Okay, what's going on here because when there's being to the low and lower. Low is coming denominator if you want to be average. That's the that's the perfect advice to take that's the perfect information to consume and to believe if you want to be above average. You have to go the other way and that that can be very uncomfortable but to me I look at the difference between good leadership and and. And poor leadership is that ability to communicate effectively and I just see a lot of laziness and when people say do this because I said so is like okay, you just lost it. 10:29.41 Max Shank Well and the other side of that is that you could say it's not laziness. It's just efficiency because you have to trust like. For example, if I get a plumber over at my house. And I don't know anything about plumbing I have to trust that he's going to do a good job and there is an incentive for him to do good job and maybe there's a contract that says if the pipe explodes he's on the hook for it. So I don't blame people for seeking answers outside themselves because it is way more efficient. However, while it is more efficient. It is also so I think about it in terms of concentration of Power. So if you concentrate power into a single point you can get more penetration which means you can do things much faster like a dictatorship but the trick with concentration. Is. You also give leave yourself open to the fast track for concentration Camps. So it's It's ah it's just exactly so. 11:29.88 mikebledsoe Yeah,, but there's also single single points of Failure. So if you if you concentrate your supply chain and everything's going through 1 2 3 ports or something like that. It only takes 1 person to do something Dumb. And the entire population suffers. 11:51.40 Max Shank Investing is a good example too. You know you have your investment portfolio say you have a million dollars or something like that. Do you put equal amounts into 10 companies equal amounts into 1 hundred companies or do you put it all into 1 company and. If you put it all into 1 company and that 1 just happens to do the best you have made the most that you can possibly make. But if it goes to zero. You've also lost everything so it's a real. It's it's tricky with with concentration of power and I think that's really what this all comes back to. Thomas soul I always go back to because he said what we do is not important. It's who decides what we do who decides? what information should be censored and what information should not be censored and that's that's a worthwhile conversation to have um. I think when it comes to the overarching idea of what is the role of government I like the phrase. The role is not to protect people. It is to protect freedom from coercion. Essentially so we're trying to keep people free. To pursue happiness right? Life liberty and pursuit of happiness that doesn't mean you buy food for everybody. It means that you prevent stealing and coercion and fraud and things like that. 13:18.38 mikebledsoe I think I think it's referred to as negative rights is that the the government and ah you know most people in the world and and Americans are included in this unfortunately the assumption is that they have no rights and all rights are granted by the government and. 13:23.60 Max Shank Ah. 13:36.86 Max Shank It's just the opposite. 13:38.60 mikebledsoe And a place if you're looking at from perspective. What's called well I didn't even hear this term until recently and they go oh yeah, negative rights I go okay that actually makes sense and that is you have the right? you have the right to do anything you want as long as you don't impede on someone else's rights and. Ah, the government's there just to ensure that we don't trample over each other's shit and that means not inhibiting. Someone's pursuit of life liberty happiness upholding um ah property rights essentially so the government is it. It was it was there to protect you know in the very beginning. 14:11.97 Max Shank It's really all it's for. 14:16.80 mikebledsoe Started off with people that knew how to fight and had weapons would protect farmers and they made deals with the farmers so they wouldn't get robbed by these thieves and then they demanded you know a five percent of their rations and then of course that's now if you're an american that's up to 30 something percent. Um, are your rations for to pay for your protection. Um, so it's ah that the benefit that the government gets from from censorship but I see is it's ah just a maintenance of power. So if you're if your job. If you're that person that comes in and says I'm going to protect you and ah and then there becomes there's potential competition for protection then ah you know they've got to do whatever they can do to squash that because they don't they don't want competition for being able to. Ah, protect your property and your life. 15:11.39 Max Shank Right? So kind of tying it back into censorship which is the core discussion today. What are the advantages ofor censorship. How is it good for everybody. 15:23.52 mikebledsoe Yeah, so I went online and I did a search and so I found I found 8 that's right fucking? Well you know that's why I use. Ah, that's why I use a duck duck go. 15:30.23 Max Shank And and somebody chose what results that you were able to see from that search. 15:42.12 mikebledsoe With a vpn so I actually so I take steps personally to reduce how much censorship I'm experiencing from Google That's true. That's true. Yeah. 15:49.21 Max Shank Sometimes the results aren't as good though. That's the problem right now. Sometimes they aren't as good and I I try it with both because I do the same thing. 16:00.83 mikebledsoe Yeah I agree. Ah yeah, so these these are I'll go through the list. Ah 1 is hate speech censorship allows us to reduce hate speech number 2 is protect children which is the ah to me is the number 1 excuse for censorship that. Anytime censorships gets questioned. It's like the last stand you know when you used to? yeah we mean privacy. Oh yeah, yeah, but I think that people want privacy from the government. So. It's kind of like if they're the ones censoring that's people are more likely to. 16:21.90 Max Shank Or privacy. Yeah. 16:35.20 mikebledsoe Give their information to Facebook and they are to government. 16:35.28 Max Shank Oh but what I'm saying is if you convince everybody that it's for the sake of protecting kids from getting raped that they have to look through your phone every day then some people will be okay with that is pretty high level persuasion. It's always kids. 16:45.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, so yeah. 16:53.69 Max Shank Always you know, take away the guns cause of the children take away your privacy because of the children take away free speech because of the children won't somebody think of the children. There's a there's a sign in my neighborhood quick tangent that says drive like your kids live here. 17:01.42 mikebledsoe Right? I Wonder how the kids. 17:12.51 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 17:12.68 Max Shank You know there is There's a road to speed limit sign. But there's this extra sign that someone has put out that says drive like your kids here and what I want to do is put up my own sign that says teach your kids. What a road is oh. 17:30.14 mikebledsoe Ah I. 17:30.83 Max Shank Like what like oh my god that's just ridiculous I understand the concept some helicopter Mom is like worry that their kid will run out in the street. But really if her little kid runs out in the street and it's it's too young to know the difference then she's a bad mom. And if it's old enough to know the difference but she doesn't communicate that then she's also a bad mom. So. Either way, it's that parent's fault just like if you see a fat kid. That's not the kid's faultest. Parent's fault 17:53.83 mikebledsoe Yeah, well. Yeah I want to get in I want to get in the who's who's responsible because I think responsibility is is a good way to ah segue this and into some some actionables by end of this show but I want to hit this the rest of this list so hate speech protect children. Reduce conflict in society which I'm not sure that's actually working ah security to a country's government. Actually what was what was on the internet was security. What was it. Ah. 18:41.54 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah to a country's profile censorship can provide another level of security to a country's profile. Um, which to me again, it's they're not trying to censor and that's basically censoring sensitive. Government documents from being exposed like a wikileaks type of conversation. So Um I I like to point out that a lot of people confuse. Ah your country with your government and these 2 things are separate um and it's interesting to run into a blog where they. And make that collapse distinction ipe. Oh yeah, what was it. 19:18.00 Max Shank Mark Twain had a quote about that a man should be loyal to his country all the time and loyal to his government when they deserve it. 19:28.79 mikebledsoe Yeah, beautiful Mark twain 1 of my favorite authors. Um I p I p for artists and inventors so intellectual property copyright so you can't rip off someone else's work. Ah. 19:32.53 Max Shank No, it's funny guy. 19:40.96 Max Shank And then. 19:45.53 mikebledsoe By the way I think I p the idea of I p is not that old I think it's about 1 hundred years old or something like that. Well at least the modern day I p um because we can copy shit now whereas before it wasn't an issue. Um. 19:50.38 Max Shank Are. 20:04.20 mikebledsoe Stop false content. That's 1 that's probably the most popular 1 that's out right now fake news ah improve quality of information. Basically they said improve ah their exact words for like. 20:07.30 Max Shank Fake news. 20:23.40 mikebledsoe Improve a person's knowledge that 1 kind of made me chuckle. Um and and reduce identity Theft. So All these things sound good at face value Hate speech. Protect children reduce conflict in society security to a country's government I P for artists inventors stop False Content. You want just break each 1 of these down. 20:46.80 Max Shank Sure we could I mean Hate Speech is funny because who who decides where's the line. 20:52.36 mikebledsoe Why I think when you jump right to the end max I think I think that um I mean all this all this comes down to who decides on all these topics is and just so you were saying about Thomas so so soul 21:01.16 Max Shank That's what I do. Um, yeah. Soul Oh My God He's the man you should watch ah the out never mind I'll tell you later it's He's good though. 21:11.96 mikebledsoe Haven't read a ship before I have to check it out. Ah so. 21:20.27 mikebledsoe Cool. Ah yeah, it's like who who decides and I think that ah people tend to treat people who are in office as some type of superior being that knows better than them. And I get talking to people about this and the way they talk about it I'm going Wow You really believe that there are people who I I understand there are these people who are experts but ah the people that you've decided to trust are just people who happen to be in office or were appointed by people who were in office. And're not necessarily. They're the best policy makers. They're the best at creating policy which is making rules for other people to follow, but they're not the best that really anything else. They're really good at control. Oh yeah. 22:06.66 Max Shank I Disagree I Disagree I think they I think you can either do good or you can do well and I think the people who can do well who can play the game who can be charismatic sociopaths who are hungry for more power and willing to distribute it. Are the ones who are in Charge. Definitely not the people who are best at making policies that are effective in improving. Oh well I mean yeah, that's. 22:31.36 mikebledsoe Well I'm not saying good policies I'm just saying ah the creation of policies is about control. 22:41.25 Max Shank True and what I'm saying is the people who hold those positions of power aren't even necessarily the ones who are writing those policies. It's just the ones who are the most power hungry who then hire like lawyers and there's lobbying and stuff like that. So when we ask. Who decides? That's 1 of the big problems mean lobbying is a crazy bad problem right? and we don't have time. We don't have time if I mean if you look at how that works you would. It's almost enough to blow your brains out and be like this is game over like how did this happen. 23:06.95 mikebledsoe Insane. 23:16.84 mikebledsoe Oh. 23:19.32 Max Shank But ah now as far as who decides it's always the people who are the most power hungryngry because by definition they're going to have the biggest incentive to get that power because if you're in that situation. It's painful to not have. That level of power and everything comes back from pain being the primary motivator hunger desire pain all Synonyms. So. It's no surprise that the biggest incentive actually is to maintain that authority and the other. Authority is basically just you must trust me Blindly and it goes back to our 2 common rhetorical fallacies or logical fallacies which are appeal to authority and ad homism attack and they're the 2 arguments. Totally disregard the argument and instead focus on the arguer and this is this is where we get into why it's efficient to just trust somebody else like hey doctor science you you make my health decisions for me. 24:19.55 mikebledsoe Yeah. 24:33.62 Max Shank Is load off my mind so much easier I can understand the desire to do that and it's also so much faster to just write somebody off Oh that guy that guy max he's fucking Crazy. Don't listen to him don't even listen to anything he says he's just a. Crazy Conspiracy Theorist Nut Job Jerk I don't know you get it. 24:57.35 mikebledsoe Yeah, amazing thing about ah I've also got a list of which I want to hit I started a list of basically overt and covert censorship and the the labeling of things is. 25:07.40 Max Shank Ah. 25:15.47 Max Shank Um, how about essential how about essential. 25:16.61 mikebledsoe Ah, very interesting right? Yeah yeah, it's yeah I'd say I'm putting down labeling as censorship I Hate speech. 25:34.25 Max Shank What about it? Ah no, it's not nice, but I don't know people basically will dig their own grave by being hateful. 25:35.72 mikebledsoe Is there anything wrong with it. 25:50.63 mikebledsoe Yeah, that's a very wise place to sit from what about for the fools out there. 25:58.30 Max Shank But for well I don't hate the fools I like fools. Um, once again I don't think there's a problem with ignorance. Nothing wrong with that I'm ignorant about most things arrogance which is like I know what's best for you. 26:00.49 mikebledsoe Um. 26:17.34 Max Shank Instead of I know what's best for me. That's rather problematic and yeah I don't understand the the need or even the definition of hate Speech like could I could I call you a homo but not a fag Just for example. 26:29.38 mikebledsoe Um, well, um, yeah. 26:36.69 Max Shank I like homos frankly I think they're a really exuberant bunch. It seems like they almost ah get a. It seems like they crack the code. You know what? I mean like they get like the mail. 26:50.90 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 26:55.29 Max Shank Sexual energy. But they also get the feminine like exuberance and they seem a little bit more liberated like it seems like pretty fun Actually I'm not sexually attracted to dudes. But if I were I would have had it would be so easy. 27:03.58 mikebledsoe Yeah. 27:09.79 mikebledsoe You be so good at it. Yeah, so it's um, well I'm reading this book right now the cuddling of the american mind and 1 of the things they talk about is ah they talk about this view that that. 27:13.70 Max Shank And be such a good homo. 27:29.43 mikebledsoe Words are violence and that you know if you so yeah, yeah, well this is this is what's going on in up and they're looking specifically at colleges and academics in academic settings where people are being. 27:32.11 Max Shank Sounds like a collapse distinction. 27:46.61 mikebledsoe Are invited to come speak and then people basically come out and say that this person is causing violence because they're saying something that causes an emotional trigger inside of them so there is this. Ah, there's this thing where people believe that. Ah, how. 27:55.47 Max Shank Ah. 28:06.15 mikebledsoe How they interpret your intention is your intention you're doing this to hurt me. It's like well I'm just speaking words and and so people have have confused ah emotional pain with physical injury. 28:23.11 Max Shank I Think people should be forced to wrestle and do a little boxing growing up so they can understand the distinction between physical violence and I don't actually think that but there's definitely a common nominator in people I've met at least. 28:23.12 mikebledsoe These these are 2 different things. 28:42.00 Max Shank Those who have some experience with martial arts boxing Jujitsu Judo something like that seem to have a much more realistic perception of the world. They seem to have less of this. Fear based lashing out for things that other people just say there's a big difference. Well and don't didn't we like blame Grand Theft Auto for for violence or something like that. 29:04.90 mikebledsoe Yeah, cause they're they're more in touch with cause and effect. 29:18.68 mikebledsoe Oh yeah. 29:20.81 Max Shank Haven't heard about like the hooker murder epidemic that resulted from that probably still way more people die as a result of alcohol but we try to we try to Cherry pick these things and I don't know we're always like fighting each other for a new reason you know the whole. 29:28.49 mikebledsoe Yeah. 29:38.98 Max Shank Idea of hate speech is where do you draw the line like let people say what they want let people um self- select their friend group. You know if if you say ah you know anyone with red hair should be ah shunned from Society. That's that's your opinion. Probably you won't be really popular with red-haired people. But it's like who cares. 30:01.57 mikebledsoe yeah yeah I had this conversation. Um I've had this conversation with my girlfriend a couple times which is like you know she I I ah I'm a fan of freedom so much that sometimes hurt like she's like having to catch up with me. 30:18.33 Max Shank Her her. 30:18.79 mikebledsoe And understanding how how it works and you know and she goes Well, what do you think about like people being able to discriminate on you know who's allowed in their store or not or or ah should someone be able to get fired just because of you know their race and I'm like yeah. I mean people are suing companies for getting fired so but they don't really actually want to work there but you want to work for somebody who's racist but like I think these policies that put people together that would normally not get along. 30:45.10 Max Shank But I. 30:56.15 mikebledsoe Doesn't cause them to actually get along. It's basically forcing people to interact who would who would normally voluntary in voluntarily not interact which could be an argument for reduction in total violence if people just go look you guys are gonna stay over there because I have this worldview and I'm going to stay over here because I have this worldview. 30:56.47 Max Shank The. 31:15.89 mikebledsoe Then Ah, we'd have a lot more peace but I think that. 31:19.40 Max Shank It's like the chess club and the bat the baseball club don't really hang out. 31:21.27 mikebledsoe Right? And so like this this idea that like because that government caused segregation and then all of a sudden ah government becomes the cause for integration and it's in both cases it causes violence. And so I think if you just let people if the government was responsible for segregation which it was and then they just said you know what we're not going to cut no more rules around Segregation Society would a piece of peacefully integrated I believe a lot more quickly and peacefully. Then what we witnessed. Ah, it was extremely violent because it went it just swung from 1 side of the pendulum to another inside of this idea that the government is in ultimate control over who we interact with. 32:11.84 Max Shank Well, and ultimately you can't have a conditional statement for every eventuality back to the whole computer science thing of if this then this if this than this you would just have an even bigger. Book of rules and really the only thing we should be concerned with is coercion right? like it doesn't matter if um, you are a racist like think how hard it is to be a racist you got to carry that hate with you every day. Or or even worse just imagine if you were a pedophile that would be probably like the worst luck of the draw ever and as long as that person doesn't act on that. That's probably just like okay you know what I mean like even. In India for example and I'm just using this example because it's the 1 that is the most inflammatory but in India you have arranged marriage between 30 year old dudes and 12 year old girls all the time that's common practice. But this idea that. We should um basically like minority report people for what they say is problematic like if someone feels a certain way. That's not a crime if someone coerces another person then it is a crime and I think. Extending the jurisdiction. Beyond coercion is a real mistake and that's where you get this more like hive mind Mentality. You get an over concentration of power and no question. There are advantages. To a concentration of power but they're also extreme disadvantages just the same if you are going to put all your eggs in 1 Basket. You know I just remember this video of Mussolini giving a speech and he just raised his fists in the air and goes 1 country 1 decision and everyone's like. Yeah they're so excited that they don't have to make any decisions anymore because he's gonna do all that hard work for him and that is a natural sentiment. We. We want to get we want to get more for less. We don't want to do anything. It's very natural. So. 34:32.56 mikebledsoe Well I think I. 34:41.50 Max Shank We want to be as efficient as possible, but there's a huge cost to that you are putting yourself at risk of total loss rather than diversifying that power along all the people. That's why it's so important to vote with your dollars. 34:57.84 mikebledsoe Yeah, did you listen to that you listen to that rogan I don't listen to a lot of rogan but every once in a while something comes on my radar that that North korean woman. Did you listen that whole episode. Yeah, ah 1 of the things that really struck me with that was. 35:00.85 Max Shank It's an it's a self-correting. 35:08.69 Max Shank Um, yeah I did. 35:17.63 mikebledsoe And think we even talked about this now that I'm thinking about it is she said that when she was exposed to freedom. She had a hard time she if she there was too many choices. There are so many choices to make that within five minutes she had become physically fatigued and mentally for. 35:29.81 Max Shank Yeah. 35:37.53 mikebledsoe Fatigue from being exposed to choice because she didn't have any because Kim jong un was making all the decisions for her. Ah her entire life. So as a 13 year old is just oh what do you want to eat well how many options do I have oh a dozen. 35:45.14 Max Shank Right. 35:55.76 Max Shank What What do you want to watch on Tv tonight you can pick from any of these four hundred thousand view options. Yes to it's too many choices. So that's kind of that's the positive side of distributing those choices. 35:55.97 mikebledsoe Okay, this is this really got difficult. 36:01.89 mikebledsoe Oh my God I can't watch Tv because of that. 36:15.90 Max Shank Like part of the reason family units have often worked so well in the past is because you have what's called comparative advantage. You know the lady um will just alienate all the ladies now too. You know back in the day. The lady would take care of the house and. As a homeowner myself I think that's a super important job taking care of a house is is its own job. Especially if you have kids around women are naturally better at nesting and nurturing the guy goes out. He just focuses on 1 thing which is going. And bringing home the bacon whether he's a farmer or a hunter or ah, a businessman of some kind so divvying up the responsibilities based on ability is super beneficial. So it's natural that you would want to. Get the people who are best at what they do to do the job for you. 37:16.58 mikebledsoe Agreeing. Ah, one last note I want to make on the hate speech is 1 of the things that I've noticed is well yeah, um I think if you say something racist is is the number 1 thing. 37:21.91 Max Shank I Still don't even know what that means was it mean naughty words. 37:33.30 Max Shank Shut up Pinky Shut up pinky. 37:33.28 mikebledsoe Or homophobic or something like that. What's that? yeah so that what? um, well yeah, but well my ah my buddy danny who's from Wahaca he's mexican and they. 37:40.87 Max Shank Um, we're hardly white. Definitely definitely Pink. There. 37:53.17 mikebledsoe He's like I don't know why we're called colored people and you're white you guys change colors all the time you get red you get white. You get like you like you're always changing colors like I'm the same color all the time you're the colored people. Ah but the the thing that's made me. Ah, anytime. 38:01.53 Max Shank Like moon. Yeah. 38:12.60 mikebledsoe Somebody in the last couple of years you know racism has been such ah a prominent conversation in the last couple years is people go oh that person's racist and I go well why? and then ah ah, a lot. Ah a lot of times. There's not a specific instance. They just. 38:24.32 Max Shank It's an ad hom attack. So easy. 38:29.98 mikebledsoe It's become the common narrative that that person's racist and then they'll take words out of context for instance like Trump people say Trump's racist. 38:31.37 Max Shank Um, but the. Or how about any of the many things that I've said on this podcast. There are enough 5 to ten second clips on here that could have me pilloried. Ah. 38:43.51 mikebledsoe And so it's people will go Oh there's there's there's like plot for Trump For instance I'm not a Trump fan didn't vote for him. So ah, that makes me good. Well this is There's my caveat to the this my argument here. 38:53.72 Max Shank That makes you good to to most of the listeners. 39:02.65 mikebledsoe Which is I Also don't think he's racist I don't think he's so many of the things that the media made him out to be and ah and because he did a lot of things that if you look at it policy wise he did a lot of things for the black community if you look at it ah at black and white. On paper. He did more than Barack Obama did for the black community and yet he got painted a racist because who the fuck really knows why that that he was. He's unpopular amongst the elites. That's that's what makes me curious about that guy. Again I'm not a big fan I'm not a Q Andon Person. Ah and it has been interesting to watch people go really pro Trump as much as you know is when they I just feel like there's a big opportunity that was missed and that people are they just shift. Who they think should be the Authority instead of realizing that it's that the authority is ah is a artificial construct. But ah. 40:05.98 Max Shank It's. 40:11.45 Max Shank It's all a means of disqualifying the argument of the individual or hyperqualify hey you know trust Doctor science ah fuck this racist pedophile guy I mean if I ever. 40:17.11 mikebledsoe Oop. 40:22.54 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 40:26.32 Max Shank Started if I was ever in a race for office I would never discuss the policy of my opponent I Would only say I can't believe that I have to run against such a racist pedophile with a dog fighting ring in his basement I Don't think the American people. Want to have a racist pedophile dog abuser in office am I right? people I would never I would never I would never talk about policy people don't care I would only attack the worst things this guy could do ever. 40:56.98 mikebledsoe Well I mean that this is what happened the narrative in the last election was the Democrats are pedophiles and the republicans are a racist. It's pretty much like that it was just if you really take a step back. You go? Oh yeah, that was. 41:07.92 Max Shank Um, it's just name. It's just name calling. Yeah. 41:16.80 mikebledsoe That was except the only thing was was it was alternative media that was pumping up the pedophilia conversation. It was mainstream media that was pumping up the racist conversation up. Yeah Abc Nbc cnn. 41:24.10 Max Shank Well, what's mainstream just the big the big names. What's funny if you look at the amount of actual viewers now and the amount of traffic people like Joe Rogan actually have way more. Ah. 41:39.25 mikebledsoe Joe Rogan has more gets more downloads than I think all the major news agencies have combined. 41:46.95 Max Shank Well I was talking to a good friend of mine and even he agrees because very mainstream guy you know watching all the different news stations and he's like you know Joe Rogan We agreed has just built up so much credibility because he has done so many hours and so many hours where. 42:06.62 mikebledsoe Um, no yeah I wouldn't want to fight the man. 42:06.69 Max Shank He's not arrogant and I mean maybe about fighting sometimes but he does know a lot about fighting too. No no, no, no, no, no, definitely not I Just mean about like knowing about styles of fighting like he knows so much and sometimes you're like oh really? okay. 42:20.21 mikebledsoe Right? right. 42:26.70 Max Shank But he doesn't Lie. He doesn't try to hide Anything. He's very open about everything so he's actually built up this crazy credibility and that's something super powerful and I'm sure he has some awareness. The clout that he has developed but that's got to be such a ah scary thing at the same time knowing Yeah, it's amazing I Hope he wins. Yeah yeah I Hope he wins. 42:44.50 mikebledsoe Oh I'm sure. Well you hear he's ah he's suing Cnn Yeah I Hope he gets a lot of money out of them. Yeah, but of course Cnn just has a budget for that kind of shit. So. 43:02.20 Max Shank Um, well it's probably being funded by our taxpayer dollars and money that is printed out of thin air I mean you look at the way that well you look at the way that. 43:09.48 mikebledsoe Well pharmaceutical companies I mean yeah, the money the money's going the money's going from them printing it off to the pharmaceutical companies to the news media. That's that's the line of information. That's how the information is flowing right now. And you can tell because Pfizer is fucking advertising like crazy I I can find a super clip where someone put together that super clip which is basically how much Pfizer is advertising on the news where people are going to get information about. 43:32.50 Max Shank I saw. 43:45.94 mikebledsoe How they're going to live their life basically ah and make decisions and what they believe and then everything is advertised. Do you think that if you were 1 a top Journalist for cnn is there any benefit to you ah talking negatively about vaccinations. That's right. 44:01.19 Max Shank Only if I want to lose my job mike. 44:05.87 mikebledsoe So it's sponsors in a way can be a form of censorship. So if say we say we took on a sponsor and this yeah. 44:14.60 Max Shank Of course flaming hot Cheetos get at us. 44:22.45 mikebledsoe We're never going to talk shit about Cheetos if that happens we're only going to talk about how many cheetahs we had over the weekend. How tasty they were. Oh yeah yeah. yeah 44:26.67 Max Shank We might even invent a fat loss diet based on flaming hot cheetos which would be easy to do I think you could eat a diet of like forty percent of your calories. From flaming hot cheetos and still lose weight as long as everything else was dialed in. 44:40.98 mikebledsoe But ah, something something just jumped into my my awareness here that the conversation we've had so far has actually been very dense even though you know you and I are just having fun but I can imagine somebody says hey you need to listen to this show. Check out this show on censorship that mike and Max did and when they're listening. They might if this is the first time they're exposed to this type of conversation could be getting overwhelmed and going oh shit I don't believe anything and I say that because I've I've been in conversations where before where I can. Watch people physically start to contort their body because they realize how much they don't know they they begin to yeah, they begin to realize and what ends up happening is like you can't unknow what you know ah at ah. 45:23.29 Max Shank Well, it's very uncomfortable. 45:33.67 Max Shank If you drink enough booze you can. 45:35.36 mikebledsoe For certain things. Yeah, it's true. But ah you you can't unknow this shit and people get uncomfortable because it it you begin to realize that 1 hundred percent of the responsibility is on your shoulders when you thought that it was on someone else's Shoulders. And that that responsibility is scary and when you take on the responsibility of developing your own Wisdom. It's a lot of work and going back to your efficiency thing. You know people are become very accustomed to a high amount of. Efficiency and um I mean some could blame capitalism for that and because there's this this level of comfort and not having to think and then all of a sudden we lay something out there. So I I bring that up because I want to acknowledge it for anyone who's listening and just say. You know it's okay, it's okay, you go fuck I don't know what to believe anymore. All the information is false. Um, yeah I mean just and I think that way you got to get to that point is understanding that most of what you think is a lie and yeah. 46:47.75 Max Shank I'll simplify it down if you if you don't mind. Yeah, it's I like to take things to the extremes I don't know if you've noticed that about me. But. 46:50.98 mikebledsoe Please. 46:56.53 mikebledsoe Yeah, I'm not accustomed to that type of lifestyle. 47:01.94 Max Shank You're you're more of a middle ground type of guy. Ah, okay, if you had to choose between believing everything you read and see and believing nothing you believe and see then it would be safer to believe nothing so it's safer to believe nothing. And you can be sure that there's always an intent behind every message that you see to persuasion just to get you to buy to try to cry to laugh. Whatever and my my personal it goes back to once again, computer science which is. So heavily logic based I so I still know like almost nothing about it but the concept of trust but verify and that verify is your responsibility.. It's always your responsibility to verify for yourself and you. 47:58.19 mikebledsoe Yeah, well well, there's there's been Ah, there's been a trick played on the common person and that ah ah, the fact, the fact, the fact checkers. The fact checkers. 48:10.15 Max Shank You can't possibly know. 48:16.16 mikebledsoe Are playing the role of verify people think they're verifying by doing a Google search and seeing fact check in the title and then go. 48:21.97 Max Shank No, no, it's your responsibility to verify. You're right though that is a trap. 48:26.72 mikebledsoe But people people think they are verifying when they do that because people will Google and they go well fact check I'm like really yeah. 48:32.20 Max Shank But that's just that's just trusting another guy like so whenever you're thinking about these things. It's best to try to reduce the number of parties involved. So for example, if there are 3 of us you me and some other guy. And some other guy says hey mike if you give me a hundred bucks now I'll give you a thousand next week and then you're like hu and let me verify that and you ask me and I'm like yeah you can trust him that's like basically the same thing it doesn't change anything right. So you have to keep it always does come back to that responsibility is upon the individual and if you take the responsibility which is your ability to respond also away from the individual then you are opening the door for totalitarianism which. There are advantages and disadvantages. You can move much further much faster I think china has gotten a lot more people out of poverty in the last twenty years than before under a form of totalitarianism. But. 49:46.29 mikebledsoe Ah, totalitarianism combined with capitalism. 49:48.28 Max Shank With that concentration right? That's very good point So we have capitalism combined with we have Crony capitalism. 49:57.96 mikebledsoe A. 49:59.32 Max Shank Unfortunately, which is where you're allowed to lobby and make rules that are not the same for everybody and all these backwards incentives. But my point is there are advantages to concentrating power and there are also huge disadvantages and if you blindly follow something you are opening the door. For a very small minority to call the shots for everybody and that's basically what slavery looks like and you might be a happy little slave but you're still not free or responsible for Yourself. You got to follow the money with all this stuff. That's the best. That's the best. 50:28.64 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, yeah. 50:37.20 Max Shank Paper trail or trail crumbs to find out. What's really going on is how's that money changing hands. And yeah, you know what? I've I've gone through a similar thing just back to what you're saying. It's it's super uncomfortable to realize that. Most of what you taught you were taught was a waste of time and most of the information that's been passed off as news has been flagrant lies with only the intention of making you more dependent and ah obedient. You know by Bye bye trust trust trust. 51:14.63 mikebledsoe But ah, 1 of the things you're talking about you've been talking about you know? Ah, it's trusting someone else creates efficiency but also leaves door open for abuse and 1 of the things that I tell people. 51:15.96 Max Shank Right? It's uncomfortable. But. 51:33.50 mikebledsoe When we start talking about where are you getting your information talking about the verify piece where are you getting your information while I'm getting it from this person. My great and you know say they're talking about something like a virus. It's like yeah I'm not a virologist you know I am not going to know a lot about that I would say that I know a lot about health. 51:35.31 Max Shank My. 51:52.30 Max Shank I would say so I'll verify that you know a lot about health fact I fact checked you? Yeah check mark. 51:52.90 mikebledsoe Which I think is really all you gotta know? Ah, yeah, thank you thank you listen to Max folks. He's smart guy. Yeah fact, check complete. So um, my my thing is when I start talking to people about who I listen to so. Yeah I I don't pretend like I've gone out and obtained all the knowledge and wisdom in the world. But what I do is I listen to wise people and ah and I qualify those people is what's the advice they've given over time which I think people have all our time. Even running that filter people don't really remember their their attention spans pretty fucking short. So what is their track record. That's my first thing when it comes to verifying is is what's their track record. Not not what pieces of paper. They've got not what credentials not what are not what are the letters behind their name. My question is. 52:33.20 Max Shank Everybody man 1 52:42.36 Max Shank Community not. 52:49.12 mikebledsoe What's their track record how sort of I'm listening to somebody about Health I Go What's their health like this is why I listen to Paul Check people go you know? Ah, ah you Know'm I'm gonna listen to this person or this person because they have these credentials and I go yeah but Paul check is is a. Great example of this. Not only has he mastered his own health The dude 60 years old and I'm pretty sure he can outlift me ah and he he ah he moves Well he has you know. 53:16.54 Max Shank Ah, well you you don't really prioritize lifting. But that's true. He could. 53:26.98 mikebledsoe Is sex life is vibrant from what I can tell the way he talks about it anyway. Ah the guy. Ah but all the Paul Trek fans are gonna laugh there. Ah but there. 53:30.98 Max Shank Um, I thought I thought you had participated never mind. 53:45.28 mikebledsoe I think we share a lot of the same audience. Um, but but he's got ah, he's got a track record of helping other people and he's mastered in himself and like who else am I who else has done that at 60 53:46.82 Max Shank I Think it's right What you're saying is right? It's about track record. 53:58.13 Max Shank So he walks the walk. He has a track record that you have seen develop over time and also the other thing that I would add to that is the incentive. 53:59.90 mikebledsoe You know Andy's older and he's got. He's got the wisdom on its side that time. 54:14.37 mikebledsoe A. 54:15.31 Max Shank What's the incentive. So when you're trying to um, decipher a new bit of information and part of it is just reducing the total bits. Otherwise you're going to be bombarded with a fire hose but who is to gain from what you're hearing that that is the number 1 question. So take everything else off the table who who gains from this message that you're hearing that is the number 1 thing is incentive and then because that's just about the argument and then the second part is consider the source. So that's where you start seeing. Okay well this person has led me led me the right way for a long time meanwhile the laundry list of lies and misinformation about health from these allegedly trusted entities. Is a mile long I mean how about eggs and it doesn't matter if the intentions are good even intentions. Good bad doesn't matter. It's more about what is the result of those things. So if if you're afraid of fruit because it's got too much sugar. 55:23.79 mikebledsoe What's the outcome does it this kind of goes in and I hate Speech this goes in the hate speech thing because like what people say what they do are different but this where outcome outcome is ah very important here. 55:29.84 Max Shank Yeah, of course like why would we? Well you know for Healthcare like why would we let the people making the decisions about Healthcare have a different plan than they agreed On. That's insanity. That's crazy. They so the people who create policy for Health. Don't use that same plan. Yeah, that's insane. That's insane like where is the Incentive. So. 55:50.00 mikebledsoe That can you repeat that. So the people Oh oh you talk about the medical care. Yeah. 56:06.42 Max Shank Incentive is the number 1 thing considering the source is probably the number 2 thing and then maybe the third thing is just an overall reduction in the amount of bits that you take in and this is tough because Dopamine is all about an external thing. You take in. You're like oh something something from out there to add in to my my self here and it takes you away from potentially creating really valuable projects and the the thing is you don't need to be. Plugged in all the time you don't need to be absorbing every new bit of misinformation out there. In fact, all it does mostly is distract you from what's really important in your life which is nurturing the relationships that you care about or nurturing the projects that you care about. And creating and expressing yourself in different ways and I I really like the simple idea of if you don't express you will feel depressed simple as that and it doesn't matter if you paint or play music or. 57:16.54 mikebledsoe If. 57:23.70 Max Shank Chat with a friend for a few hours or an hour. There are lots of ways to express yourself? Um, but if you're constantly seeking that the feed from outside you're going to become like mentally obese and it's going to be full of toxic bullshit. 57:42.60 mikebledsoe A a. 57:43.54 Max Shank Right? So just to recap its incentive source and then probably reduction would be like the third if I had to pick 3 57:52.27 mikebledsoe I like it. It's a good that's a good ah order to go in you'll you'll ah I think by just applying the first 2 you'll reduce the amount of people you're even looking at or piece information you're you're paying attention to. 58:04.66 Max Shank Oh yeah, people would say that I'm crazy for how little I trust anything I read or see but not nuds. It's true because. 58:12.44 mikebledsoe Um, well I I think that if you've ever gone through the process of questioning what you believe and what you think I think if you've never done that which most people have never sat there and analyzed their own thinking and gone is what I believe actually true. Once you believe once you have had the experience of realizing that most of your thoughts are complete bullshit then you should then understand that everyone else's thoughts are just they probably have the same amount of bullshit running around and most people are just expressing. They're bullshit all the time and the majority of what's flying around is just bullshit. There's very little truth very little truth in there. Totally unintentional. 58:53.92 Max Shank And it's not ah and and it's often not intentional. You know for a long time I I was told the knees should not cross the toes during a squat if you're bending over your back should not bend. 59:10.31 mikebledsoe Yeah, right? yeah. 59:12.36 Max Shank In fact, basically your back should never bend under load is this thing I believed and some people still believe that some people believe the exact opposite of that and and that's okay too. But oh yeah, oh yeah I mean. 59:21.88 mikebledsoe Have you seen this knees over toes guy on Instagram his shit is good and his whole his whole his whole the name of his Instagram is controversial and he's blowing up. It's good. 59:31.36 Max Shank I. Right? It's it's brilliant as brilliant marketing I think it looks mostly sound. Obviously it's not the way that I would approach overall health and fitness. But I think the message is overall good. Which is you're not fragile and it's good to bravely explore these ranges of motion. Um I got did I tell you about the third round monkeys third round monkey rule is perfect for this episode. 59:59.80 mikebledsoe Yeah. 01:00:07.35 mikebledsoe No. 01:00:12.70 Max Shank Its really short. It's not that short, but it's short enough. Yeah, sure. 01:00:13.14 mikebledsoe Do you want to you want to take this show an hour and a half by the typical hour because I I think we have might I've covered like half of what's in my fucking Notebook right now. 01:00:23.80 Max Shank Well, let's let's let it ride but here's an important thing to realize and it's about Mythology. So Third round I have all these that I try to organize stuff. So it's simpler to remember so I have this 1 called Third round monkeys which is about a scientific study. They did. With monkeys in a room with a ladder and a bowl of fruit at the top and so they had like 6 monkeys in there and 1 starts to go up for the fruit and the researchers immediately hose off all the Monkeys. With a fire hose all of them. Not just the 1 who climbed up for it and so then they all stop doing that so they're all just sitting around not going near the ladder because they know they'll get the hose and then they take out half the monkeys and replace them. With new monkeys. So now you have a combined group a and group b 1 of the new monkeys starts climbing up the ladder and 1 of the older ones are the all the older ones start beating it up because they know that if he does that they're all going to get the hose. So then once again, you have this group of like 6 monkeys or so doing nothing then they take away the first monkeys and they add in the third round monkeys same thing. 1 of the new monkeys. Sees a bowl of bananas or fruit or something up there starts going up the ladder and the second round monkeys beat him up mercilessly and so now you have like 6 monkeys not going near the fruit and none of them have seen the fire hose. They don't know why they don't know why they're beating. They're beating these new Monkeys. They just know that if you go up the ladder you get beaten and that's how a lot of information gets transmitted. It's just I was talking with ah my friend victoria. 01:02:31.56 mikebledsoe Bunch of hearsay. 01:02:34.98 Max Shank The other day and we were playing this game called ah fuck that last guy high five that last guy because so many things from the past are amazing. It's incredible and some things. We're just like oh fuck that guy that guy sucks like he really ruined it for everybody else and that's sort of how we have gotten to this point some things you blindly believe but we don't We don't really know why. 01:02:52.94 mikebledsoe E. 01:03:08.53 mikebledsoe Probably most things so lot lot has just been passed down. 01:03:15.45 Max Shank I'm kind of I'm becoming more and more and of of ah, an objectivist but there's a caveat to that because objectivism is like just believing what you can experience firsthand but I also believe there's obvious be way more than that. 01:03:25.25 mikebledsoe Yeah, but also. 01:03:32.18 Max Shank That is beyond my sensory perception. 01:03:33.54 mikebledsoe Well I think I think that the I would say this the way I'm very objective is the way I operate is is I I Really do my best to believe only what I can verify with my own senses and ah everything else. 01:03:52.70 Max Shank Yeah, that's tricky. 01:03:52.13 mikebledsoe Just take with a grain of salt which like maybe maybe and then also you know the way that I think you and I both live our lives is we have done enough reflection to create our ah philosophy and principles in which we live our lives and which means that. I don't have to know that much information you don't have to know that information to make good choices. Ah, and so for instance, the idea of what we see what we witness in nature is what happens anytime we isolate something. We isolate a cell from being able to talk to other cells in the human Body. What happens the cell starts to replicate in a way that causes cancer right? when it can't communicate with the other cells. Yeah it it dies but and and it's. 01:04:40.15 Max Shank Or it dies right? I mean depends on the environment. 01:04:46.35 mikebledsoe And it's attempt to live on it will replicate unhealth in an unhealthy way. Yeah, it'll die or it'll replicate in a cancer way right? has no direction right? It's not getting the right inputs. Um, what's a. 01:04:50.49 Max Shank Um, in in an in a way that is that has no direction. Basically it's like growth without direction bingo. 01:05:05.40 mikebledsoe But guy who described this. He's a really he used to work in cancer and now he he's ah he's 1 these really great docs to listen to. Ah, he's is my name maybe his name will pop into my head here in a minute but ah, ah, but when things are integrated when you integrate something like. A lot of what happens with health is how well things are integrated with each other and in systems support each other and everything is whether the cell or an organ or your joints if you so if you've studied health and you really recognize? oh. And you witness what are the results of isolation and what are this the results of of integration and then you watch that happen socially to what are the results of isolation and what are the results of integration and. Not force integration but just allowing things to integrate naturally. 01:05:58.30 Max Shank No system works in isolation is a phrase for health. 01:06:02.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, and so I don't need to understand all the details of how these people theoretically think this virus works by the way. It's all theory. The basis in which. The virologists are making decisions. It's based on a theory which is called Germ Theory ah that was the 1 Yeah. 01:06:21.75 Max Shank Ah, crap we're gonna get censored now fuck that was it that was the that was the 1 thing you're not allowed to talk about I said fag earlier we were probably gonna be okay with that. It's because those guys can take a joke. 01:06:33.90 mikebledsoe Ah, we definitelin? Yeah, so but ah, you know people people. It's 1 of those things I get in conversation with people I'm like why are you operating from germ theory or are you more familiar with terrain theory. And then people go I don't know what you're talking about I go oh well, do you believe that you know just being exposed to a germ is going to make you sick and like well yeah, that's that's what's happening they go. Okay, then then you're a germ theory person. You don't even know it and yet that's the postulate in which. All these arguments are being made from the idea of isolating yourself. Don't go outside wear a mask stay 6 feet apart. These are all isolated. This isolation makes sense inside of germ theory. But even the person who founded germ theory. Ah, with his name Louis pasture was 1 of the the people who really put germ theory on the map at the end of his life of saying I made a fucking mistake. You know he was the 1 that was in charge of pasteurizing milk. Best of intentions but seti made a mistake so you got this guy that everyone praises for for inventing pasteurization. 01:07:40.77 Max Shank With the best of intentions. 01:07:50.14 Max Shank Ah. 01:07:50.77 mikebledsoe We passed here and yet at the end of his life. He says don't do what I said earlier stay away from it and yet no 1 listens to that. so so um everybody governments medical boards. All these things bought into germ theory and ah. 01:07:56.64 Max Shank What how tricky. 01:08:09.80 mikebledsoe I go back to? Well, what's the result of our medical system operating from ah germ theory. Well what are we produced. We hav
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