We help Sarah in Group Therapy figure out if she's rushing too fast into marriage after finding her "guy twin" a few weeks ago. The Search for love takes us to the eye doctor and soccer field, Kelly attempts a way harder than expected game guessing celebritie's middle names and April is our Olympian attempting to juggle her way to Gold Over America passes! Plus...trapped by coffee, and is it a Bones or No Bones day?
At Money Ripples, our goal is to get you the freedom so that you work because you want to and not because you have to, and that's what we're talking about today. In this episode, we will talk about passive income and how you can start building it, no matter where you're at in life. If you're looking for ways to create passive income, this is for you. Listen now and learn what you need to do to make it happen! Key Talking Points of the Episode [01:20] How do you get started in creating passive income? [03:30] Should you learn strategies first? [05:30] Rushing into investing [06:31] Coming from a place of scarcity [07:04] The importance of freeing up cash [08:30] Beyond Rice & Beans [09:45] Stop contributing to a 401k [10:10] Starting to invest [14:50] Be one of the first 10 people! [15:17] Who is the Wealth Accelerator Academy for? Quotables “If you want to have that kind of life, you want to have the life of those you're following, not following someone who is a blind guide.” “Any education that's only teaching strategy is a sure fire way for you to fail.” “You will not get wealthy just trying to gamble.” Links Book: The Richest Man in Babylon https://www.amazon.com/Richest-Man-Babylon-George-Clason/dp/1505339111 Free E-Book: Beyond Rice & Beans https://moneyripples.com/ Podcast Episode: 401K Lie: The Myth of the Match https://moneyripples.com/2021/10/11/myth-of-the-match/
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon explain why the Dodgers are currently down 2-0 to the Braves in the NLCS. The guys debate what Aaron Rodgers' true intentions were when he taunted the fans in Chicago on Sunday. Derrick Henry is taking lead of the MVP race. Plus, the guys break down the good and the bad of the Bills attempt to convert 4th and 1 instead of kicking a game-tying field goal to end the game on Monday night. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This Podcast Is Episode Number 441, And It's About Four Things To Consider Before Expanding Your Service Offerings If you're looking to grow your construction business, you might consider expanding your service offerings. Adding additional services is an excellent way to increase your profitability, diversify your income and expand your market. But there are essential things to consider before adding to your income streams. First things first - find the money. If you don't have savings earmarked to fund your ideas, you'll want to make sure your "scaling my construction business" plan includes adequate financial planning. Applying to a lender for a business loan is one option. In this case, you'll want to include up-to-date cash flow reports, income statements, budgets, and projections in your plan for a potential lender. If your construction business doesn't have a credit history, you may need to look at other options for financing your plans. Using a business credit card regularly and paying off the balance can help you build a good credit rating, which will help you prepare to apply for a loan down the road. Here are four important things to keep in mind when you consider adding to your services. 1. Does the expansion complement your company? The best way to expand your service offerings is to add value that complements the work you're already doing and is attractive to your current client base. While it takes more effort to bring new customers in, adding something that your existing clients need and that you already have the capacity for is an efficient way to increase your profits. If you already offer lawn maintenance, find out what other yard work your clients need done, for example. It might be reasonably simple for you to provide those services to your clients, and they'd probably be happy for you to do it rather than hiring someone new. 2. Is your profitability consistently high? Spending money to hire new people and buy more equipment if your business isn't consistently profitable is risky. It might be tempting if you make much money in one year to jump into offering a new service, but hold back until you've got a couple of years of high profits behind you. That allows you to save money to cover the increased expenses and ensure that the one year wasn't an anomaly. Invest in your business, but expand your services when your profits are consistently up, not when you've had one outstanding period. 3. Is there a potential partnership or merger that makes sense? There are times when forming a partnership or otherwise merging businesses makes sense. Is there someone out there who works in a similar capacity that you could work well with? Maybe they are excellent in their field but need help running a business. Explore a partnership or a buy-out. For example, if you offer Residential Home (Builder) consulting and you know someone who provides relocation services, you might form a partnership so the new company can provide both customized help and relocation services. That can lead to new clients for both you and your new partner. Keep in mind, joint ventures are a bit like change orders. They can be an incredible opportunity to make or lose much money very quickly. 4. Are you doing it for the right reasons? There are many good reasons to add new services, but there are also reasons to increase your risks. Competition, for example. While competition can drive innovation, it's not the only reason to add a new service—and doing so just to beat your competitors can lead to mistakes being made and money being lost. Rushing to expand is when companies find themselves in trouble for adding services there's no market for or without a fully-formed plan. Final thoughts For your construction company to survive and thrive in any economy, you must pick a niche market and develop your Strategic Business Process Management System (BPM) with definitely written goals of what you want to accomplish and how much money you want to earn from it. Your construction accountant can help provide additional financial advice and support as you update your business plan based on your most current financial records. Expanding your business is exciting, but it's important to consider some issues before committing your time, energy, and financial resources. If you're adding new services, do so because it makes sense, you're in a financial position to do so, your clients want it, and you have the capacity for it. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA, is the co-founder of Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on how to manage the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or email@example.com
Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, is joined by Jenna Harner from WPXI-TV. The two discuss why Najee Harris and the Steelers' run game is the biggest factor in their game against the Seahawks and to set up the rest of their season after the bye week. Listen to their analysis and all their week 6 NFL picks. Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week's episode I felt called to discuss rushing your life for the next step instead of doing what feels good for you. Stop comparing your life to everyone else's and do what feels authentic to you and your life. Self Love Empowerment Journal: https://amzn.to/3b8DgtJ The Modern Happy: www.themodernhappyshop.com Facebook Group: http://bit.ly/selflovewomen Instagram: www.instagram.com/kayla.lippens Website: www.kaylalippenscoaching.com
There was a lot of voices of disapproval when the Steelers selected Najee Harris with their first pick last April. But Harris is starting to transform the running attack for the Men of Steel. Exactly how has the rookie from Alabama turned the tide for the Steelers? Join BTSC Deputy Editor Michael Beck on the latest edition of The Live Mike as he helps Steeler Nation navigate through the 2021 season and beyond. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Have you ever been going through a tough day only for someone to say - what can you learn from this or ask you to "flip the script?" Where you're at is OKAY. It's not only okay - it's normal, healthy and NECESSARY to go through the tough stuff. Rushing past it or ignoring it only hurts you and those around you. Listen to today's episode to hear more. You can watch today's episode at: http://www.instagram.com/marketlikeamama
Producer Dallen Graff joins Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte for the weekly Top 5. This week, the guys look at the Top 5 in career rushing touchdowns at BYU. The list includes greats like Jamaal Williams and Harvey Unga. Tyler Allgeier has 20 career rushing touchdowns in just 16 games as an RB. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy FriYAY! Today on the show Joique Bell, Neal Ruhl, and Darren McCarty give their predictions on the 0-4 Lions taking on the 1-3 Vikings this Sunday at Ford Field. Plus: Former NBA Players Arrested And Charged With Defrauding The League Graphics Guy Justin Explains Why Joique Is Not On The Woodward Board
IT WAS A little after 10 p.m. on a Friday evening in the summer of 1921. In their little house on Druid Street in the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland, Robert Green and his family were getting ready for bed when they heard the screams. Rushing to the front porch, they found their neighbor, Ann Louise Agee, in her nightclothes, wild-eyed and disheveled. “Help! Come quick! They're killing Harry!” she screamed. Green looked across at the Agee home. From where he stood, by the light of streetlamps and the few lights inside the house, he could dimly see the front porch. The door was opening and a figure was staggering out of the front door, clutching at its throat. Then it collapsed on the porch. Green sprinted across and leaped onto the porch. There he found his neighbor, carpenter Harry Agee, in a pool of blood, dying. Looking up at him, Harry opened his mouth and tried to speak. Only a ghastly gurgling resulted from the effort. Harry's throat had been slashed open. Whoever had done it had missed the jugular vein, but had cut through his windpipe. Harry's lips were moving as if he were speaking, but no words were coming out. It was as if he were trying to tell Green who had attacked him, but could not. And before he could figure out a way, he lapsed into unconsciousness from the blood loss. He died a few minutes later, on the way to the hospital. This was the opening act in a murder drama that would hold Portland spellbound throughout the summer of 1921 — and one that would convince thousands of Portlanders to lock their doors at night. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1920s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/21-08.harry-agee-murder-mystery-600.html)
In this episode, Arjun goes over some of the struggles the Chargers have had on early downs in both the run and pass game. He also previews the Browns and talks about how both teams have elite pass rushers to watch out for. Tick Pick is the official ticketing partner of the Guilty As Charged Podcast. Use the code CHARGED for a $10 discount on your first purchase. https://www.tickpick.com/ Use the code “GAC” for 10% off your order at https://www.backroomcollection.net/! Use the code GUILTY10 for 10% off your order at https://www.qwest360.com/! Chiki Chiki Wings And Sports is the official sports bar of the Guilty As Charged Podcast. Use the code GUILTY for 10% off your next visit! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on the show Joique Bell, Neal Ruhl, and Darren McCarty dive into the Urban Meyer scandal as more details have emerged this week. Plus: Red Sox KO Yankees 6-2 Week 5 Early NFL Lines
0:00- Ben Linsey, NFL PFF analyst, joins the show to go around the NFL, and also he explains the low PFF grade for Taylor Heinicke in the pocket. 20:20- We take a deep dive into the pass rushing numbers from the WFT vs Atlanta. Did the WFT live up to the expectations See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I've talked about this before in a previous podcast, probably about a year ago at this point, this idea of "returning to normal". Normal wasn't working and I genuinely think the desire to run back to broken systems, burnout, unhealthy behaviors, stressful situations, and toxic environments is a missed opportunity to reflect and act upon everything we learned during this panini and ensuing quarantine that has changed everything. It's a sign that the devil we know is better than the we don't however how can we know better, or that it will even be a devil, if we don't give it a try? We reacted and were forced to put new systems in place but should we be quick to throw those solutions that arose from the quarantine out just because we want to go back to things as they were before? No, I don't think so. Let's talk about it and continue to interrogate why we are so wanting to run back to certain things.
Show Notes By: Alabama Football Podcast https://twitter.com/BamaFootballPod 2021 Alabama vs Ole Miss Alabama Football Podcast serves up a fresh bucket of popped corn with a side of custom made Ole Miss game breakdowns. Bryce Young Yep. Young Bryce delivered another data point upon a positively trending line. Mr. Robinson Goes to School That's Brian and he went Alabama Old School on the Rebel Shark Bears from the Grove. Rushing 26 times for 171 yards and pacing the Tide's dominant performance. Though Saban acknowledged this is not the kind of attack the Tide wants to deploy every week – a veiled recruiting pitch to a popular quarterback prospect in attendance – he was clear that Alabama would remain versatile enough to execute a plan suited to challenge any given opponent. Brian was clearly up for the challenge. Defensive Game Plan The Tide's Defensive brain trust simplified the scheme just enough to allow Alabama's defenders to play fast. The one-scheme-fits-all approach simplified assignments and rotations while ensuring Tide defenders had an answer for anything Ole Miss wanted to run. While it may not have always been the ‘best' answer, it was an actionable answer – proving the spirit of a Saban favorite, “we don't have a defense that doesn't cover the tight end”. Healthy Hank Henry To'o To'o looked as healthy as he has all season and it shone through in his play, especially on a snuffed-out 4th and 1 Ole Miss sweep. This is the To'o To'o Alabama fans have been looking for. Mini Game balls Anyone can read a headline, but which players contributed in more subtle ways to the Tide's fortune? Next Up Alabama travels to College Station for a tilt with the Aggies of Texas A&M. Following the wisdom of sages, have your stack of preference ready. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For episode 200 we're opening up recording night to ALL members of TTC Discord! No Patreon subscription is needed. Please update your pledge with your mailing address if you haven't already! Joyo Moist Reverb (Lollygagger Canaglia) 00:16:41 If I'm being honest, I put this here because of the name. Looks like a pretty solid reverb 3 sounds, church, plate, and studio 32-bit DSP No price yet but Joyo is very affordable. I'm guessing under $100 for this. Pedal Genie 00:24:43 Hudson Electronics Broadcast Dual Switch $280 if you can find one J.Rockett Audio Designs Monkeyman (discontinued, $130 to $180 used) Questions from listeners: (Hungry Robot Borderland Lite) 01:00:14 By the way, we're always taking questions from listeners. If you're curious about something, get at us! From Timmy S: Is it worth having a computer interface for an instrument to record directly into your music software? Or should one simply have a nice mic and a speaker? From J Pain: What gear do I use in a multi-guitar band? If a band member uses a single coil guitar to play said thing then maybe I need to use a humbucker guitar to cover the other frequencies/sound/effects to accompany the single coil. Should I use effects that accompany the other players, etc? Suggestion of the week (JHS Bonsai) 01:26:32 Cairn board game Slurping Coffee Thank you to our Patreon supporters! Now “THE ROYAL WE” in Discord :D Carson Ricketts Nick Greenwood Timmy S. Matthew Fenselau (pronounced fence-law) Riesenwolf! Jamie Evans Jeffrey Wright Doug King Doug Gann Righteous Ryan Johnson Steve Huffman Jonas Sabatini Eric Girabaldi Andrew Walsh from Andrew's Alcove OG Friend of the show Brian Rizzi Doug Christ of Thirty7 FX Sean Wright of Lollygagger FX Brian Gower and Kyle McIntyre of The Tone Jerks Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetonecontrol/message
For the first time in series history, the matchup of Ohio State and Rutgers should be both competitive and interesting. Can Greg Schiano's team pull off the big upset? Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to discuss that and more.- Is CJ Stroud's shoulder improved enough to allow the Buckeyes to throw the ball downfield?- Will the Scarlet Knights sell out to stop the OSU rushing attack? And if they do, will TreVeyon Henderson be able to break any long runs?- Can the Rutgers offense move the chains enough to keep the Buckeye offense off the field?
Florida State has a potent rushing attack that can nearly match Syracuse's. How will the Orange defense respond to that test? Plus, Tommy DeVito might be the better QB matchup for SU. Will we see the former starter in action against the Seminoles? Also, the guys make their hypothetical prop bets for the game and give you their take on the spread and total. And The Action Network's Anthony Dabbundo returns for an analytics report in "Dabbundo's Digits." Tim Leonard and Tyler Aki discuss it all and more on the preview edition of the Locked on Syracuse Podcast. SUBSCRIBE TO THE LOCKED ON SYRACUSE YOUTUBE PAGE! Follow the show on Twitter @LO_Syracuse and follow the guys @Tim_Leonard4 and @TylerAki_. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
ADHD and Holidays! Holidays can be one of the most stressful times of the year with ADHD. Rushing here and there, decorations, huge crowds, and more are all a part of the holidays. From October to the New Year what do you need to expect when each holiday comes? What will help lessen the stress of the holiday season? What are things to watch out for? This episode discusses everything that is important to think about concerning ADHD and holidays. After listening I hope that you can say that you had happier holidays! This episode is sponsored by https://www.stellomints.com/ (Stello Mints). You can get 15% off when you order https://www.stellomints.com/ (Stello Mints)! You can find out more here: https://www.stellomints.com/ (https://www.stellomints.com/) You can watch the podcast on YouTube too! Watch videos, listen to more episodes, or request the additional services offered by visiting: https://www.rewiredfit.com (https://www.rewiredfit.com). https://www.rewiredfit.com (Need a Podcast Editor?) I offer audio engineering services. https://www.rewiredfit.com (Need Social Media Posts designed?) I offer excellent social media post design services. Stay in touch with us on all of our Social Media! Click where you want to visit! https://www.rewiredfit.com (Podcast Website) https://the-rewired-fitness-podcast.captivate.fm/youtube (YouTube) Facebook https://www.instagram.com/rewired.fitness (Instagram) Support the Podcast Through https://www.patreon.com/rewiredfitness?fan_landing=true (Patreon) Support this podcast
The Tennessee Vols defense has been a bright spot for the Big Orange so far in the season. How will they fare up against the Gators rushing attack? Plus, former Tennessee Titan and Houston Oiler Chris Sanders joins Buck in hour two ahead of the Oilers Homecoming weekend at Nissan Stadium.
The Tennessee Vols defense has been a bright spot for the Big Orange so far in the season. How will they fare up against the Gators rushing attack? Plus, former Tennessee Titan and Houston Oiler Chris Sanders joins Buck in hour two ahead of the Oilers Homecoming weekend at Nissan Stadium.
Content warning: Some images and details in this episode are graphic and disturbing.This week on PAR, we continue our ongoing investigation into the problem of rural overpolicing and provide a critical update on the killing of Tyler Rushing, which we reported on earlier in the year. Rushing's case is yet another stark example of cops ignoring the needs of a civilian experiencing mental distress; instead, police brutally deployed a K-9, which bit him repeatedly, before shooting Rushing in the back of the head. Now, a police expert is speaking out, casting doubt on every action officers took the night Rushing died and raising more questions about the use of force by law enforcement and the untold consequences of abusing it.
One week after the Ohio State football team threw for nearly 500 yards, but struggled to run it against Oregon, the Buckeyes completely turned things around and put together a dominating ground attack against Tulsa. So what did the Buckeyes do to get the rushing game going again? Buckeye Scoop's Xs and Os guru Ross Fulton joins host Tom Orr to answer that question and more. - How a downhill rushing attack changed their attack- How a switch to two tight ends may have opened things up as well- TreVeyon Henderson's agility may have opened up some big plays in areas the Buckeyes hadn't attacked much before- The concept that victimized the Buckeyes against Oregon, which they used to their advantage against Tulsa
Join Producer Craig, Rich Wilhelm, Alan Studer, and TV's Matt Bernier for a new episode of Odds Honest Truth. Taking a look at bets in the NFL and NCAA, gives out plays around the country with player props, parlays, spreads and more! Who's your best bet this week? Alan: Wyoming first half -17 Kent State Maryland over 69 App State -6.5 (Thursday) Indiana-9 Rich: Cmac O 46.5 rec $25 $46.74 Cmac anytime TD $25 $35.87 1st TD: Panthers $25 $35.64 Brandin Cooks O 63.5 rec $25 $48.81 Falcons +3 $25 $47.73 (Vs. Giants) Cardinals -7.5 $25 $48.81 (Vs. Jags) Titans -5 $25 $25 $46.74 (Vs. Colts) Raiders -3.5 $25 $46.74 (Vs. Fins) Craig: Jets + 10.5 Cardinals -7.5, Parlay with Overs on Passing and Rushing for Kyler Murray WFT vs Bills the over Parlayed with Diggs to get a TD and the under on Josh Allen Passing (if it's around 225) Rams Bucs - Over, Bucs -1.5, both qbs to get 3+ TD's
I've known Ty Rushing virtually for some time and we recently had the opportunity to meet during the Okoboji Writers Retreat. Here we talk about the business of journalism, his travels, his work as a business reporter and now as the Editor of Iowa Starting Line...a new gig for this very talented young may. You can follow him on Twitter @RushTheWriter. Thanks for listening! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.
Producer Dallen Graff joins Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte for the weekly Top 5. This week, the guys look at the best rushing offenses for BYU since 2000. BYU's rushing offense in 2021 is averaging over 190 yards a game with room to improve. The list includes great teams from 2001 and 2013. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Loads of strong opinions this week from the mighty Sage of Tampa Bay sports, as usual during the twice-weekly sitdown with Joe. All the fun is presented by Bill Currie Ford. The podcast continues to grow. Thank you for all […] The post Ira Kaufman Talks Falcons-Bucs Predictions, “Maximum Power,” Translating Arians & Leftwich, The Rushing Attempts Total, “Organic Nonsense” And Much More appeared first on JoeBucsFan.com.
Rushing leads me to feel poor in my spirit. Rushing leads me to feeling disconnected and wanting. Here are my three habits to slow me down: Sticky note reminders to take a deep breath & that life is not an emergency Practice 3-5 minutes of breathing. In the urgent feeling moments, I can remember what it feels like in my body to slow. Special Time-- leads to be being more present and not rushing. Tips: Label it, set a timer, let your child pick the activity. The key to special time is focused attention and not multitasking. Self-Care Idea: Take 3 minutes a day for 10 minutes to slow down and practice sitting and breathing. Family Fun Idea: Try out Special Time with your kids once this week. But the whole family's fun idea is labeling songs as our mad song, our happy song, and our hype song so that as a whole family we can help each other label feelings and learn how to feel them with music. My kids ask Alexa to play these songs and so do I. Keep the conversation going on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everyday_runner_christy/
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Slow down! Why rushing your dog is bad. Take your time! Sometimes we teach our dogs a little too well. When you ask your dog to do something, Do they skip a command because you have been consistently asking for a predictable pattern? Example: You always ask for Sit then down. So the dog just lays down when you ask for sit. Slowing down, capturing the behavior you want and getting the dog to focus, when its not a rush, will lead your dog into focus whether the dog is excited or relaxed. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/adamcasperhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1825873Check out www.rytecbd.com for high quality CBD products for you and your pet today!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/adamcasper)
Today we're going to talk about what rushing through life does to your vibration. This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to learn… Common reasons for rushing that I've encountered with clients The way rushing usually feels and what this energy attracts Why it can seem like you're getting a payoff from rushing, but the real consequence you experience instead What creativity has to do with grocery shopping and doing payroll for your business Why missing out on the present moment is so bad for manifesting A favorite affirmation from Louise Hay about time See the show notes Get the transcript
Today, 20 years after the 9/11 attacks on our country, we remember the fallen and we honor our first responders then and now. Just as the firefighters rushed up the World Trade Center stairways to rescue as many people as they could on that tragic day, may we remember how high the stakes really are for those who desperately need the light of Jesus. Each changed life becomes a testimony that reaches many more.
Listen to this interview or check out bestbusinesscoach.ca for FULL show notes & the video version of this call. 4 Steps to Stop the Pandemic 1. Vaccinate people who are at high risk. But not everyone like we're doing. 2. Provide self-assessment tools to help people identify if they are high risk. 3. Provide early treatments - purge the parasitic entities suppressing them. 4. Create a home diagnostics system to test if you're infected. About Our Guest Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the core mRNA vaccine technologies & RNA transfection. He has done extensive research and development work in: Preclinical discovery research, Clinical trials, Gene therapy, Vaccines, Immunology, and bio-defense. Dr. Robert Malone trained at UC Davis, UC San Diego. At the Salk Institute of Molecular Biology & Virology Laboratories. He received medical training from Northwestern University (MD), Harvard Medical School (Clinical Research Post Graduate), and UC Davis (Pathology). To date, he has written close to 100 peer-reviewed publications. These have 12489 citations. 31 are h-index & 50 are i10-index [it's a big deal]. Dr. Robert Malone has been involved in developing, designing, and providing oversight to around: 40 phase-1 clinical trials, 20 phase-2 clinical trials, and 5 phase-3 clinical trials. Plus vaccine-focused clinical research organizations In most of those as medical director & medical monitor. With 20+ years of management and leadership experience in pharmaceutical, biotechnology industries, academia, government and non-government organizations. He is one of the most experienced & credible experts you can find on this subject. His prescription to end this pandemic quickly? 1. Only vaccinate the high-risk groups. Not everyone. Natural immunity is 10x better, stronger, faster, longer-lasting. So if you're not high risk, it should be a choice to not get vaccinated. Vaccine effectiveness is diminishing fast. Covid-19 is mutating way more each week than they anticipated. Vaccine-induced disease enhancement is a real thing. Mass vaccination campaigns are only encouraging this. Based on current rates of reduced vaccine effectiveness. Estimates are current vaccines will be ineffective within 6-12 months. Meaning new ones will replace them. There are legitimate risks involved from vaccination. If vaccines synthesize a misfolded protein, we wouldn't know. Misguided spike proteins CAN cause problems with Prion Diseases. Lipid-nanoparticles with mRNA can pass the blood-brain barrier. The covid vaccines went out fast. We don't have good long-term data. There HAVE been production contamination issues. [See Moderna + Japan as an example]. Alphabet agencies could do better tracking & reporting adverse events. Many things significant to an individual, don't register as clinically significant. Like a 3% drop in fitness for an NFL player]. Recently 2 top brass left the FDA. For reasons related to the third shot rollout. My questions, not his, are: Will a third shot meaningfully boost immunity? Or are they moving big pharma inventory before the new vaccines come in? #ProductLifecycles Did anyone use a fax machine lately? 8 track? CDs? Just curious. Each year some major pharmaceutical company is paying hundreds of millions in criminal and civil settlements. Often for marketing dangerous drugs or paying kickbacks to incentivize prescriptions. 2. Early Detection. Provide home test kits. Apps. Tools to help people make data-driven decisions. If they should get vaccinated or not. Some people need to be vaccinated. Vaccines aren't perfect, but they do serve a purpose. 3. Early Treatment: This is a virus best battled early. Ivermectin, HCQ, Vitamin D & even Aspirin have GREAT data they're effective - if used early. 4. Follow Good Health Science. Allow open discussions about: - Risk Mitigation - Leading Indicators - Black Swans Right now the major alphabet agencies fly in the face of good health science. There is no room for discussion on any of these things. It's either: Follow the narrative of vaccines are our saving grace - or your career is gone. They want 100% irrefutable, giant study data it 100% works. Proof so solid, it's cost & time prohibitive in an evolving pandemic. These emergency use Vaccines have NOT been studied as well as some PRE-existing drugs we could use as therapeutics. Conversations are being shut down as if they're lethal. When it's these NEW vaccines we have no long-term safety data on. He believes in this climate - no one can publish papers saying anything against the narrative. Only if it's a giant study with immaculate outcomes. There is little space for open dialogue or exchange. Careers are being ended for trying to open discourse. Misc items which came up: We don't know enough about Viral Reactivation of Covid-19. Despite years of trying, there are no successful vaccines for a coronavirus. For a successful vaccine, viruses must activate a strong immune response. There have been many problems with corona vaccines in the past. For example, the original SARS vaccine. It actually increased the pathology rather than reducing it. So the first SARS corona vaccine caused, in animals, inflammation in the lungs. Inflammation which wouldn't otherwise have been there if the vaccine hadn't been given. Vaccines can also create hyper-sensitivity in certain cases. This means they work well against main target virus. But when a wildly mutated virus comes along.. The immune system response kills the host. Vaccines in general are very safe. But these COVID vaccines lack sufficient long-term data. In 1976 there was a swine flu outbreak. Mass vaccination campaigns like this rolled out and were stopped due to adverse effects causing neurological issues. Rushing vaccine due process can have severe consequences. August 22nd 2021, a paper was published saying: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.08.22.457114v1 "Although Pfizer-BioNTech BNT162b2-immune sera neutralized the Delta variant, when four common mutations were introduced into the receptor-binding domain (RBD) of the Delta variant (Delta 4+), some BNT162b2-immune sera lost neutralizing activity and enhanced the infectivity." But there's no space for discussion... The propaganda machine is running bigger and harder than it ever has historically. Shutting any doubt down. Censorship is rampant. It's really crazy what's going on right now. Some say it's because there is so much profit to be made. According to the FDA website: FDA may authorize unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in an emergency to diagnose, treat, or prevent serious or life-threatening diseases or conditions caused by CBRN threat agents when certain criteria are met, including there are no adequate, approved, and available alternatives. https://www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/mcm-legal-regulatory-and-policy-framework/emergency-use-authorization Again, Listen to this interview or check out bestbusinesscoach.ca for FULL show notes & the video version of this call. Be safe everyone. As always, thank you for your time & attention.
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