Nugget, Episode 1.350, 24.10.2021: Ja, ist denn schon wieder Super Bowl? Zumindest ist die Line-Up für die kommende schon bekannt: Snoop Dog, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, Eminen und Dr. Dre. Andreas Renner (DAZN) geht mit Olaf Nordwich (amfid.de) und Ulf Norwich auf einen Touchdown.
Un nuevo capítulo se abre en la historia de Don Chente, pues según nuestro chismógrafo oficial, nos dice que Martin Urieta, autor de varias de sus canciones, ya se habría despedido de él y estaría esperando la fecha de su fallecimiento.Así de fuerte y así de dura suena, pero puede ser una posibilidad, sobretodo cuando se acerca un nuevo aniversario de la muerte de la madre de Vicente Fernández que tiene a todos sus seguidores con los pelos de punta.Y las bodas son cada vez más locas, escucha la canción que le dedicó una recién casada a su marido. Al mejor estilo de Snoop Dog.
Alejandra Espinoza, presentadora de Nuestra Belleza Latina, sufrió un percance hace poco más de una semana y estuvo hospitalizada grave por varios días. En el show de hoy nos acompañó y nos cuenta todo lo que vivió, los miedos que sintió y qué es lo que verdaderamente tiene.Ojani Noa, el primer esposo de JLo, habló de su relación con la diva del Bronx y nos cuenta por qué se sintió traicionado cuando se separó de ella.Además no te pierdas la reacción de la propia madre de J Balvin al enterarse de la letra y el video de 'Perra' la canción polémica que lo puso en el ojo del huracán.
On today's show I talk about Jon Gruden and the noise his resignation has created in this country. I read an article by Phil Mushnick from the New York Post detailing the hypocrisy of Roger Goodell when it comes to the league's messaging. Mushnick feels the Super Bowl halftime shows are a great illustration of the league's double standards when it comes to race and ethics. He references Snoop Dog among others as examples of the league's mixed messaging! Do you agree with Mushnick or is rap music just entertainment like going to the movies?
As of this recording NSW was on the cusp of freedom and just in time as well, lockdown has not treated the boys well. Regardless, whilst we can almost taste the freedom, the boys discuss their last few days in lockdown. Sen begins by revisiting Squid Game for the last time, before providing an update on his unwilling return to the office. Ro then complains about the most mundane of things such as public transport before Migs throws out a call to the listeners on what his new haircut should be. Finally we end discussing some protests in New York as we discover Ro lives under a rock and Kush makes his Tik Tok debut. Our game this week is “Celebrity Name Game.” Believe it or not, but Snoop Dog was not originally born Snoop Dog, neither was Eminem. This game tests the boys' knowledge of celebrity names and how well they know their original, given names. Given the lads barely know celebrities, this almost certainly can't end well. #AskTCB is back this week as we answer questions written by listeners. We cast the net far and wide over Instagram and the TCB Appreciation Society and sourced the best questions and answered them on this week's edition. This week we answer questions about biggest regrets, what happens after we die, streaming services and furry porn. Also this week: Fat Ronaldo, Kayo Sports, Discord and Ligma. Segments this week: The Logue: Tired of reaching around each other (at least on the podcast), the boys have instead decided to reach around the week's news stories, events and viral trends. Celebrity Name Game: The boys are given the government names of various celebrities and they have to guess what they are better known as. #AskTCB: Listeners write in, the boys try their best to answer their questions. ___________________________________________________ FULL PODCAST EPISODES
TUESDAY - Having pets to learn responsibility. Angel's sweet cow. Russ hits downtown Orlando. Testing at concerts. Are strip clubs back? Jay Gruden steps down. RRR - Lost his head. Savannah back from trip to Jamaica. We learn about music artist Lil Hanky Panky. Snoop Dog and Martha Stewart team up. Air shows. To The Top with Carlos - plan. CrimeLine with Det Barb - a calling. Philly fans gonna do what Philly do. Monster Sports - Gruden, NFL. Listener Email. protect the boys. K.O.D. - New dentist. Save the puppies.
Jess Quarello was born in Sweden but raised in North Carolina. She started singing at the age of 5 years old and pursued a career in music, modeling and performance. She received her BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University and after graduation moved to NYC to continue her career. She had some great successes which included national commercials, a beauty campaign printed in Vogue Magazine, a recording contract and even working with Timbaland and Snoop Dog. She met her husband Matt on a rooftop bar in Manhattan and they were engaged 9 months later. She decided to switch gears in her career and pivoted to the other side of the modeling industry, fashion! Jess worked as a lead stylist for a style-subscription company, moved into marketing for an international branding agency and most recently worked for a non-profit consultancy, on the sales and marketing business side. In 2020 she gave birth to Adeline, who at birth was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. What started as a traumatic and scary diagnosis has propelled her into a life of advocacy and passion for her daughter and the Down Syndrome Community. She currently resides in Hoboken, NJ with her 3.5 year old daughter Charlee, Adeline (14 months) and husband Matt. She hopes to inspire others facing a Down Syndrome diagnosis to not fear the future but to embrace a new beautiful perspective. Taryn Lagonigro is a mom of four girls, a business consultant and co-owner of Extra Lucky Moms and Iris Yoga in North Jersey. Her youngest daughter was born with Down syndrome and a heart defect in March 2020 which threw Taryn into the world of advocacy for children in the special needs community. Taryn dedicates time to several charities including the Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network and 321 Sunshine Nonprofit. Please click the like button above and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! Visit http://drlaurabrayton.com/podcasts/ for show notes and available downloads. © 2021 Dr. Laura Brayton
¿Quién tiene la razón entre Ja Balvin y Residente? Los seguidores del género urbano en Nueva York nos dieron su opinión ¡La polémica pica y se extiende! Además, ¿Dónde podría estar la presentadora mexicana Inés Gómez Mont? La conductora de televisión se encuentra prófuga de la justicia porque a ella y a su marido se les acusa de hacer presuntas operaciones de recursos de procedencia ilícita y supuesto lavado de dinero. Le deseamos una pronta recuperación a Alejandra Espinoza conductora de Nuestra Belleza Latina. Entérate en este episodio qué le sucedió y cómo evoluciona su salud.Este y otros chismes te los contamos en el podcast más chismoso e informado de la farándula: El Gordo y La Flaca.
Growing up in Georgia, working at a college radio station, watching indie bands in small clubs, studying theater in Paris, writing for Jeff Ross roasts, bombing at a John Rich private party, roasting sensitive musicians, working comedy in the sports world, writing for Kevin Hart and Snoop Dog and oh so much more! Enjoy our talk with the hilarious Sarah Tiana. •Sarah Tiana•http://www.sarahtiana.com Instagram: @sarahtiana Twitter: @sarahtiana #SarahTiana #MusicisFunny #RaelynNelsonBandSubscribe and Like here, too: ✨
Emily Ratajkowski speaks out about Robin Thicke in Blurred Lines Music Video [UsMagazine]Britney Freed [Hollywood Reporter]Behind the Scenes of Sex and the City sequel “Just Like That” revealed [Hollywood Reporter]Taylor Swift Reveals 'Red (Taylor's Version)' Is Arriving Earlier Than Fans Expected [Billboard]Superbowl 2022 Halftime show Announced: Snoop Dog, Eminem, Dr. Dre., Mary J.Blige, and Kendrick Lamar [CBS Sports]Jesse Palmer Named New Host of The Bachelor [People]
Ο ελληνικής καταγωγής Αμερικανός Steven Galanis είναι συνιδρυτής και CEO της Cameo, της εφαρμογής που συνδέει απευθείας fans με περισσότερους από 40 χιλιάδες celebrities. Ένας από τους πρώτους υποστηρικτές και μέλος της πλατφόρμας είναι ο κορυφαίος Αμερικανός Ράπερ Snoop Dog, ενώ η λίστα περιλαμβάνει Rockstars, όπως ο Alice Cooper, παίκτες του ΝΒΑ όπως ο Kareem Abdul-Jabaar και ηθοποιούς από διάσημες παραγωγές όπως “Ο Άρχοντας των Δαχτυλιδιών”. Μέσα στο 2021 η Cameo εξασφάλισε χρηματοδότηση ύψους $100 εκατομμυρίων, διπλασίασε σχεδόν τους εργαζομένους της, και έφτασε τα $100 εκατομμύρια σε πωλήσεις. Ο Steven μίλησε για τη σημασία της εικόνας των διασημοτήτων, την τεράστια επενδυτική συμφωνία με την οποία η αξία της Cameo ξεπέρασε το $1δις, και φυσικά μοιράστηκε χρήσιμες συμβουλές προς νέους επιχειρηματίες, όπως ο ίδιος έμαθε από μικρός στο Chicago. -Το επεισόδιο αυτό είναι στα Αγγλικά. The Greek-American Steven Galanis is the co-founder and CEO of Cameo, the application that connects directly fans with more than 40 thousand celebrities. One of the first supporters of the app was the top American rapper Snoop Dog, while the list includes Rockstars such as Alice Cooper, NBA players such as Kareem Abdul-Jabaar, and actors from famous productions such as "The Lord of the Rings". By 2021, Cameo has secured $ 100 million in funding, nearly doubled its staff, and reached $ 100 million in sales. Steven talked about the value and influence of the image of celebrities, the huge investment deal with which Cameo's value exceeded $ 1 billion, and of course shared useful tips for young entrepreneurs, as he learned from a young age in Chicago. -This episode is in English.
What a week! NFTs are still the hottest thing in crypto right now. That's why we are dropping TWO episodes a week. The NFT space is showing no signs of slowing down! Stay tuned for a brand new NFT project primed to PUMP! Snoop Dog reveals himself as an NFT whale by doxing his own opensea wallet! 9 crypto PUNKS!!! $17 million in assets! Also John Wall gets called out for a counterfeit nft drop!! Sol ARMY is a new Solana NFT project dropping. Cool interactive avatar nft that you can change different traits and attributes. Because it was built on the Solana blockchain it is very inexpensive to interact with! Check it out on the 29th of this month. Ridotto is building a casino on the blockchain. It will be available on both desktop and mobile. They are implementing NFTs with special in game utilities like double earning and play for free. $RDT will be available to the public on Uniswap Thursday the 28th of Sept. Crypto Demonz are back with an upgrade to their project. V2 Demonz are here! Watch the video to learn more! And last Penguin Fight Club still has a few Penguins to mint! Be sure to check out their website and grab 1 while they last!
Quick Take Snoop Dogg reveals himself as pseudonymous crypto Twitter personality Cozomo de' Medici. MakerDAO launches the official DAI Token Bridge for Arbitrum. DEX aggregator 1inch adds support for Arbitrum. Digital contract platform OpenLaw rebrands as Tribute Labs, focusing on legal DAOs. Read more: https://ether.fm/022
Quick Take Snoop Dogg reveals himself as pseudonymous crypto Twitter personality Cozomo de' Medici. MakerDAO launches the official DAI Token Bridge for Arbitrum. DEX aggregator 1inch adds support for Arbitrum. Digital contract platform OpenLaw rebrands as Tribute Labs, focusing on legal DAOs. Newsletter: https://todayinethereum.substack.com
Ron Brown was a former NFL wide receiver with the LA Rams and Raiders also winner of the gold medal in the 4 × 100 meters relay at the 1984 Summer Olympics with Carl Lewis. Listen to his story of overcoming odds including being hospitalized with Covid 19. He is now giving back so much to retired NFL players as well as helping kids through football programs including Snoop Dog's league. Learn about his take on plant medicine and all the amazing things Mr. Brown is involved in. We are grateful he made time for us on his drive.
Ep. 71 | Do it Yourself Feat. @Nicknittoli (Reflections with val) [Podcast] * Welcome back to Reflections, where you take a sit with VAL., as she speaks with artist Nick Nittoli. He's an all around multi-genre artist from California. Nick explained how he was raised in Garfield, New Jersey and how he move out when he was younger. Move to California and being the misfit that he was... he didn't really like school. He always loved music... his parents were involved in music and he eventually knew he wanted to do the same. Started as a song-writer first to then making his originals to then becoming a producer. Nick Nittoli said he never waited on others to complete his passions if he hit a bump... he would pick up the craft and fix it himself. Spoke on how he self taught himself producing and engineering as well as videography. "Do it yourself" is the motto... if you love it hard enough... you'll just go and won't care on how long it'll take. In this episode you'll hear a story about a regular guy who choose to make his life what he wanted despite having no support he "did it himself" and because he stepped out on faith... he worked with great people along the way such as: Snoop Dog, YG, French Montana, Sam Bruno, & way more! * Don't be afraid… its time… face yourself and self-reflect so you can heal. More in the episode VAL. dives into her Music Therapy segment displaying underground artist that are impactful & most should support! * Make sure to support, stream, download, follow, like… to ALL local Entrepreneurs & artist! ITs important! Thank you all who tuned in and stay tuned! * * * . Lyric of the Week: Nick Nittoli - “Find Yourself” . . ***Follow Us on*** * * Reflections with VAL. * * *Spotify Reflections with VAL. * * *SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/reflectionswithval * * *YouTube: https://www.instagram.com/reflectionswithval/ * * *Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReflectionswithVAL
Robert ‘Bubby' Lewis is a creative force on the electric bass. His sheer speed, fluidity and conviction is awesome, but he can also groove, with uncanny endurance on ridiculously uptempo tunes. Bubby started out playing in his father's church at age 14, and soon made a name for himself around his hometown of Flint, Michigan. Bubby was later hired by Snoop Dog (on the recommendation of Andrew Gouche) and has since gone on to work with the likes of Dr. Dre, Lupe Fiasco, Kim Burrell, The Clarke Sisters and AI.
Urkle's Purple, Legalization and Greer's Beers. The Grindhouse Radio: LIVE and Uncut -- The GHR Crew (Brimstone, Kim Adragna and Mr. Greer) embark on an exclusive discussion that delves into Greer's brewing escapades, legalization and how Steve Urkel has his own brand of weed. The cast engages with the live audience and touches on topics that normally wouldn't be heard on the air. Live and Uncut - experience the Grindhouse crew as you've never seen and heard them before.
Grab the Unofficial Official Author's Note "Have you heard about Nuance" Pin ----You can find us on twitter @authorsnotepod and contact us via firstname.lastname@example.orgFor information about us, pitching yourself for a guest spot, and more, visit www.authorsnotepod.comIf you're interested in supporting this podcast, please consider joining our patreon for exclusive bonuses or donating via our ko-fiOur theme music is by James YaiulloOur cover art is by @nyalliest
On this Donald Barrett interview, “Big Ears” and being aware of others… great stories about almost dropping out of school and how he rebounded when his scholarship was cancelled, his mentors and how they changed his life… playing with Snoop Dog, David Garfield, George Benson, Lady Gaga, Greg Phillingaines, Bill Dickens, Oscar Seaton, Lyle Workman, George Clinton… his spirituality and faith, getting fired from a huge gig, manifestation, marriage & family, staying positive, work ethic, Toughest decision he had to make, and why you need to “Love everybody…” SUPER cool, so positive, a GREAT convo: If you'd like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Donald learned to play the drums at age three, and moved to LA from in 2003. An incredibly motivated and positive drummer, he's since become a first call player for touring and session work around. Artists he's worked with include Toni Braxton, George Benson, Sade, Seal, Pink, New Kids On The Block, Dolly Parton, CeCe Winans, Dionne Warwick, Lionel Richie, Colbie Caillat, PussyCat Dolls, Snoop Dog, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Katy Perry, Shawn Mendes and many more. He's also worked on film and tv projects for Disney, NBC, CBS and MTV, including Coming 2 America, Better Call Saul, and Biden Presidential Inauguration (w/ J Lo “My Land”). He is currently the drummer for Lady Gaga's new Piano and Jazz residency in Las Vegas, as well as the musical director at The Fountain Church International located in Pomona California, and leader of Improv Trio, a jazz trio that just dropped their second release Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EveryoneLovesGuitar?sub_confirmation=1 Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe
[Redif] DeepFake Épisode 453 : Snoopdog qui rap en japonais. Trump qui déclare avoir éradiqué le virus du sida.Ma tête à la place de celle de JFK. Non, ce n'est pas Black Mirror. C'est du Deepfake ! Et ce matin on fait le point sur cette technologie complètement folle !C'est quoi le DeepFake ?DeepFake, ou permutation intelligente de visages, est une technique de synthèse d'image basée sur l'intelligence artificielle. Elle est principalement utilisée pour combiner et superposer des images et des vidéos existantes sur d'autres images et/ou vidéos.
This Episode features Rapper, Creative Director, Entrepreneur, Short Film Writer, and CEO/Founder of “Avenue A” Record Label, BuddieRoe from Missouri City, Texas. This artist began recording music at 11 years old. Inspired by his big brothers he found himself carrying the torch of fire music for the soul and hasn't stopped. Growing up, he listened to the likes of Lauryn Hill, UGK, Scarface, Tupac, Snoop Dog, Z-Ro and more. A storyteller and a teacher through music, this young man is making his mark in the industry. He was recently selected as a featured artist on the NBA2k22 Soundtrack. Needless to say, he's just getting started and you'll be hearing a lot more from him. This independent artist has collaborated with artists such as Slim Thug, Lil Keke, Dough Beezy, Stoppa, Five and more. We'll be Featuring the visuals for his songs “West Fuqua Kids”, “Southside Freestyle”, “Stay True” ft. Breana Micole and the Realistics. Be inspired by making sure you are Plugged In, Tuned In, and Tapped In to “Outside the Box with Onney”! #OutsideTheBox #JoinTheMovement #LegacyLiving #Podcast #BuddieRoe #Music #OnneyTheCeo #Visuals #Purposeful #Believe #BeInspired #VisualPodcast #Collaborations #BeEncouraged #OutsideTheBoxWithOnney #HipHopStreets #AStarTV #VH1 #Own #BET #Houston #Bahamas #LosAngeles #Atlanta #Miami #NewYork #Media #Detroit #Ghana#Subscribe #LinkInBio
After a few weeks break the boys are back and we are catching up on everything we watched recently. From the Fear Street trilogy, to A Quiet Place 2, to the latest horror film from Josh's favorite hip hop artist, Snoop Dogg. We also discuss some unpopular opinions, news Corey Feldman heard at a party, and determine if we agree with the Follower Picks of the Week we have been seeing on the PVD Horror social media. Enjoy!
Walo Silvas es el veterano de Banda MS, la banda mexicana de Mazatlán que ha revolucionado la música romántica de banda. Es tan popular su música que hasta Snoop Dog se unió en un dueto con ellos y más tarde Becky G hizo el remix con ellos. Ahora se encuentran en un tour por todo Estados Unidos. ¿Quién se sube al famoso autobús? ¿Dónde les lavan tanta ropa? ¿Y alguna vez ha querido ser solista? Escucha esta conversación con Walo Silvas, de Banda MS. Mira la entrevista completa en mi página de Facebook GINA ON AIR.
#421 Bumper Bonus Music Edition. The Gareth Jones On Speed 2021 Summer Music Compilation. 13 bespoke On Speed songs. Gareth explains the background to more than hour of original car-related tunes in the style of well-known artists.
Cecilia Cuff is a 20-year veteran of the hospitality scene and the Founder and Managing Principal of The Nascent Group, a hospitality design and project management agency. Cecilia has established herself as a pacemaker in the hospitality design industry, focusing on art and efficiency-inspired design, inclusivity, community development and sustainability. Cecilia has managed hospitality openings and brand launches for companies like Hyatt Hotels & Resorts all over North & South America, Ski Resort and Adventure Resort Renovations for companies like Taos Ski Valley and M Vacation Resorts & Properties. Her involvement and enthusiasm for corporate brand development is always guided using community development, food sustainability and minority inclusion as a moral compass. Regenerative farming practices, local ingredient sourcing and at-risk youth professional development are common threads that link her work and programming that remain strong long after she has developed a project. As a part of a career dedicated to flawless and carefully executed hospitality service, Cecilia's career client list brags seamlessly handling celebrities from Sheryl Crow, Lil Wayne, Emeril Lagasse, Snoop Dog, Rihanna, Kanye West, Seal, Brad Pitt & Angela Jolie. Elevated hospitality experiences in event production has remained her differentiator, creating and curating large scale wine festivals all over the United States, as well as aiding in the production of multi day music festivals and experiences. Cecilia now operates her own firm, The Nascent Group, acting as an ally to urban planners and community developers to create more inclusive economic design, as well as aiding businesses with hotel and restaurant openings, operation brand launches and design. She also operates Parse SECO, a multidisciplinary art space offering art residencies and space for underrepresented communities and mentorship for at-risk youth with sister branches in New Orleans, San Francisco, New York and Mexico. In this episode, Cecilia shares her career journey in the hospitality industry, using her entrepreneurial spirit as a force for good, and pushing for inclusivity in her work with developers. We also talk about how the hospitality industry has the power to change the trajectory of people's lives, and the magic of walking into a space and having your breath taken away.
Today on Virgin Mornings with Adam Wylde, TJ & Jax, what comes adter stage 3 (03:20), scientific survey (18:56) and couples who fight at weddings (27:15) Listen to Virgin Mornings every weekday from 6am - 11am on 99.9 Virgin Radio Toronto. Follow us on Instagram: @VirginRadioToronto, @AdamWylde, @OnAirTJ & @JaxOnAir
The 4 of Pentacles is about creating stability, economic security, a healthy body, a cozy home, or anything else that nourishes and sustains us. But if security is something that MOST of us long to have, then why does the 4 of Pentacles seem like such a crabby card? When we pull the 4 of Pentacles, Tarot is coming to us like a close friend, putting their hands on our shoulders, looking us in the eye and quietly asking: "Is what you're doing you right now really getting you what you want? Maybe, it's time to let go."In this episode we talk about the relationship between the 4 of Pentacles, the Emperor Card, and the Death Card; Moliere's play "The Miser"; Charles Eisenstein's "Sacred Economics"; FOMO; Snoop Dog; being in integrity; how to tell when you're operating out of fear; scarcity and abundance; trusting your own value; somatic practices to help you take the best step forward; and how to create true abundance.Our guest this episode is Liliana Perez, a psychic medium, intuitive channel, deck creator and working witch. As a first generation born xicana indigena her passion is to provide accessible healing and connection to those in her local community as well as the virtual. She uses her strengths as a channel, her knowledge of the Tarot, folk medicine and magic to empower her clients to live their very best life. We love her! Her Passages Oracle Deck is out in September.Join us! References in this episode include:Charles Eisenstein, “Sacred Economics.”Rachel Pollack, “78 Degrees of Wisdom.”Robert M. Place, “The Tarot: History, Symbolism, and Divination”The Miser by Moliere study guide. By Cummings Study Guides. “Money (That's What I Want)" a song by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford, recorded by Barrett Strong. **********************************Learn More About Our Guest Liliana PerezLiliana is a first generation born, colonized xicana indigena whose passion is to provide accessible healing and connection to those in her local community as well as the virtual. After spending the last few years focused on deepening, expanding and healing her relationship with herself, Liliana felt called to guide others on their own healing journey. Liliana's heart lies in supporting + empowering individuals with the necessary tools to be their own guides and healers. Her work is a collaboration with her guides, ancestors, Earth, Sun, Moon + Stars. She combines her intuition as a medium, her knowledge of the Tarot, folk medicine and magic to bring you clarity and guidance.Her Passages Oracle Deck is out in September!To find out more about Liliana, visit her on Instagram, @hijaquecuraOr visit her website: https://hijaquecura.comOr subscribe to her newsletter. ********************************* CURRENT WORKSHOPS TEMPERANCE: Potions, Offerings, & Rituals of Transformation : In this workshop you will learn to use ordinary substances to make big magic in your everyday life. Cooking magic, cleaning magic, love magic, and more. You'll learn how to whip up a spell using the things you have in your kitchen, create offerings for your ancestors, and a clearing bath that will restore your soul. Click here to find out more. To become a Between the Worlds Weird Circle Subscriber, click here.********************************** Learn More About Your Host Amanda Yates GarciaTo sign up for Amanda's newsletter, CLICK HERE.To order Amanda's book, "Initiated: Memoir of a Witch" CLICK HERE.Amanda's InstagramAmanda's FacebookTo book an appointment with Amanda go to www.oracleoflosangeles.com**********************************Original MUSIC by Carolyn Pennypacker RiggsCheck out Mind Your Practice - Carolyn's new podcast with arts consultant and author of Make Your Art No Matter What, Beth Pickens.Mind Your Practice is geared towards artists and writers looking for strategies and support to build their projects and practices (plus loving pep talks). There's even a club - “Homework Club” - which offers creative people a framework for keeping their projects and practices a priority with *actual homework* and optional accountability groups made up of other artists and writers!You can visit MindYourPractice.com for more details or listen wherever you stream Between the Worlds.**********************************Get in touch with sponsorship inquiries for Between the Worlds at email@example.com.**CONTRIBUTORS:Amanda Yates Garcia (host) & Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs (producer, composer). The BTW logo collage was created by Maria Minnis (tinyparsnip.com / instagram.com/tinyparsnip ) with text designed by Leah Hayes.
Clinton Wallace is recognized worldwide as a celebrity photographer having covered such prestigious events as the Oscars, Cannes Film Festival, MTV Movie Awards, Music Awards, Billboard Awards, SAG Awards, Grammy Awards, The Emmy's, Sundance, NAPTE, Toronto Film Festival, Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, and more. His work has appeared in People Magazine, E! Entertainment, InTouch Weekly, Cosmopolitan, US Weekly, Vanity Fair, New York Post, Daily Mail, Who Weekly Australia, Teen Vogue, Teen People, among others. As one of the official media photographers for such charities as The George Lopez Foundation, Project Save Our Surf, Working Dreams Foundation, and Hollywood's Walk of Fame inductions, Wallace has covered Hollywood A-Listers such as Jerry Bruckheimer, Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock, Bryan Cranston, Puff Daddy, Hugh Jackman, Christina Aguilera, Snoop Dog, Jennifer Lopez, Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio, Rod Stewart, Nicole Ritchie, Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian, Helen Mirren, Ridley Scott and many, many more. Clinton most recently shot Director Guillermo del Toro's star induction into the Hollywood Walk of Fame surrounded by Singer, Lana Del Rey, and Producer, JJ Abrams. In addition to photography, Clinton has produced or executive produced over 50 films. His big break came producing Machete Joe, a horror film, and German Town Jamaica: The Lost History of Seaford Town, Jamaica, a documentary, which firmly established his award-winning, indie filmmaking career. This documentary went on to win numerous awards and is still currently touring around the world at such major universities as Penn State, Harvard, London, Toronto, Ottowa, and other cultural institutions. You can learn more here: http://germantownjamaica.com/ His background shooting film festivals around the world as a photographer lead to Clinton collaborating on numerous film festivals in an advisory capacity over the years as well. He was part of the launch of the Beverly Hills Film, TV, and New Media Festival which Sharon Stone was honored in due to his involvement. He helped launch the Louisiana International Film Festival successfully in Baton Rouge as their Strategic Partnerships Liaison and was honored there as well. He also worked on the Bel Air Film Festival, and the Concrete Dream Film Festival where he was honored as the Producer of the Mini Movie Series in 2017-18. He also helped launch the Avant-Garde Film Festival last year as their programming director along with cult actress Rena Riffel. He advised on the K-Web Fest as a jury member for this Korean online festival which led to him launching his own Côte d' Azur WebFest during the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, in its inaugural year over 100 filmmakers and 200 submissions were received and 40 selected. Clinton's Côte d' Azur WebFest is the first international web series festival on the French Riviera dedicated to presenting, recognizing, and advancing short-form digital content from around the world. Over the years, Clinton H. Wallace has been recognized with other honors such as the Commission of Kentucky Colonel, the highest title of honor bestowed by the Governor of Kentucky. He's been inducted into the Marquis Who's Who for entertainment industry contributions. He also has received numerous Certificates of Recognition and an Outstanding Civic Service award by the City of Los Angeles individually, and as Photomundo International, his photography agency, for his considerable charitable contributions as a photographer/philanthropist/filmmaker. A portion of all his photography earnings is donated to Kiva.org which helps women in third world countries start businesses. Some topics we dive deep into: *Being in NYC and Paris during the '90s *Working with Hilary Clinton when she was the first lady *Metaphysical Experience & His Holiness *Cote D'Azur Web Fest Winner Announcement 2021 *Being Creative during the pandemic *Being ahead of the curve, launching a web fest in Cannes *Paris Fashion Week - NYFW - *Staring a photography company *What inspires George Lucas *NFT's as artists Connect more with Clinton H. 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Lorraine chats with Grammy award winning music producer FredWreck who has worked with Snoop Dog, Dr. Dre, Eminem and so many greats, he talks about cohosting on Martha and Snoops Potluck Party Challenge, hip hop and how he got into producing, favorite traveling places, Lorraine drank a shroom shake in Thailand on a family vacation, they disclose craziest thing they have stolen intoxicated, Lorraine does not give any spoilers on her new obsession "Indian Matchmaking show," family, culture & sports, will FredWreck use Lorraine's flute playing skills in the studio... Follow on Instagram: Lorraine Lopez @lorrainelopezcomedy FredWreck: @fredreck Music: Lolove @sheacartermusic
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Can you imagine waking up one day and no longer having the ability to see? listen in as we have an amazing guest speaker who is blind but has been living her vision through music. Lachi has been an opening artist for Patti LaBelle and featured on the Oprah Winfrey radio show. She will be joining Uncommon Women to share her journey of how music has giving her, her own unique vision from being a co-writer and producing the song “Rude” with Snoop Dog and Kendra Black to doing a crossover track with Styles P to receiving her second nomination for her acapella arrangement with Cardi B and so much more, despite not being able to see. Let's step into the shoes of this talented, blind influencer. #stayuncommon #podcast #womenempowerment #womensupportingwomen #womeninbusiness #womenempoweringwomen #visionthroughmusic #music #advocate #influencer #realpeople #blindawearness #testimonial #testimony #reallives #realstories #realtruth Host: Chaniera & Jenni Lee Website: uncommonwomen.net Guest: Lachi www.lachimusic.com
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Emmanuel Kelly Also referred to as EK was found as an infant in a box on a battlefield on the border of Iraq. At an incredibly tender age, Emmanuel witnessed executions, bombings, and wondered every day if that day would be his last. At age 7, Emmanuel was brought to Australia by humanitarian Moira Kelly for life-changing surgery and learned to walk for the first time. After overcoming tremendous obstacles, and at only 18 years of age, Emmanuel became an Australian X- Factor sensation, garnering over 500M views online. He has toured with Coldplay, opened for Snoop Dog, performed with David Foster and legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold, performed at the United Nations Assembly multiple times and, just this year, released a new song “Never Alone” produced by Paul Oakenfold and Chris Martin. The music video for his song was released in tandem with his campaign to connect with and inspire people, that even in the darkest moments of our lives, there is always a light to be found because you are #NeverAlone. The video features many friends advocating global mental health awareness and encourages people to embrace virtually + authentically connecting during the pandemic. In 2020 Emmanuel was just featured on the Kelly Clarkson Show, BuzzFeed & had his second Billboard feature. Since he began his press tour. On September 9, 2020, Emmanuel appeared, along with Jamie Foxx, Kodi Lee, and Michael Strahan for International Friend Day. Emmanuel Released his much anticipated 2nd single “Red Love” on Feb 12th 2021 for Valentines weekend. EK’s Podcast “Out Of The Box” was released in April, followed by, a Reality show in June along with the release of his 2nd single, & EK’s Album which will release through EK’s One Man Show directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer. Me and My Daddy would love to hear from you! ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy
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Once upon a time kale was used as a colorful, frilly buffet garnish, then thrown away. Nobody ate it. Then, seemingly overnight, everyone started eating kale. Once upon a time Snoop Dog was an anti-establishment gangsta; now he hosts a TV game show and is BFFs with Martha Stewart. Once upon a time nerds were not cool; now geek is chic. These are stories about reversals of fortune. Storytellers include: Troy Larkin Mel Blumenthal Joey Rodgers We're incredibly excited to share that we have officially launched our Patreon site! As you know, we have not charged for shows the entire pandemic, and as I'm sure you can imagine, that has taken it's toll. As a nonprofit we rely on proceeds from the shows to stay financially sustainable. If you love Odyssey as much as I know you do, please purchase a membership to our shows and help Odyssey reach it's goal of financial stability. Simply go to https://www.patreon.com/odysseystorytelling. The Reversals of Fortune show was originally released on May 13th, 2021, and was curated by Steve Braun. For more information on Odyssey Storytelling, please visit www.odysseystorytelling.com
Will Henshall is a Los Angeles based tech entrepreneur, inventor and music producer. He was the founding member and main writer in the UK pop soul band Londonbeat. Their massive early 90s hit ‘I’ve Been Thinking About You’ reached #1 in the Billboard chart and was the top selling single in all major territories and won him BMI/PRS songwriter of the year. In the mid 90s, he founded San Francisco based audio tech company Rocket Network. The "DigiDelivery" media transfer system, now part of ProTools 12 Cloud collaboration, is a standard tool used everyday in pro audio production for TV, movies and music. He sold the company to Avid in 2003. His most recent start up is www.focusatwill.com, a science driven instrumental music streaming service (2m users) that helps people at work and study reduce distractions and be more productive. He holds 5 patents, and has a new one in the oven! Today we talk about how anyone who isn’t boring probably has ADHD! Just kidding, sort of, enjoy! ---------- ***CORONA VIRUS EDITION*** In this episode Peter & Will Henshall discuss: :50 - Intro and welcome Will!! 3:15 - So you moved from the Musicbiz into Tech? Ref: Avid Cloud Collaboration 5:44 - About how www.focusatwill.com came to be 8:40 - Ref: Dr. Ned Hallowell Dr. Evian Gordon 13:05 - On the percentage of users that are either ADHD or ADD or other? 16:16 - Ref: Left Field Labs 18:35 - How do we continue to prove to people that this works!? On next steps for Focus At Will 21:52 - How can people find you? Write to him! Will@FocusAtWill.com Website: www.FocusAtWill.com Socials: @focusatwill on INSTA Twitter Facebook 22:39 - Thank you Will Henshall! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via email@example.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear! 23:08- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits TRANSCRIPT: Hey guys, Peter Shankman. Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. I’m thrilled that you’re here, as always, we tend to make ADHD a gift, not a curse, and we want you to see that as well. You know, it's funny every once in a while, when someone asks, “Hey, can I come on your podcast?” Is it, they have a good story? And I say sure, that sounds great, and I have my assistant collect their background, and their bio and their, and their headshot and all that, and because of ADHD, I usually look at it in about four seconds before the interview. And, um, I had, I'd known about my guests and about his project called https://www.focusatwill.com/ I had known about him for a while. It's a…. it's a, it's a science driven, instrumental music streaming service with over 2 million users, it helps people work and study. It reduces distractions, and be more productive. But what I didn't know about Will Henshall, until I read his bio and literally, pardon my French lost my shit. He was the founding member and main writer of the UK pop soul band, London Beat. And if you don't remember London Beat, perhaps…. Will is going to play a little, a little clip of London Beats, their number one song that you will, you will totally remember…. that blew my mind. So at some point, at some point, Will,,, you will play? First of all, thank you for that fantastic introduction. Second of all, yeah. (plays clip of song…) I've been thinking about you too, Peter. (plays clip of song…) This was number one all over the world in the nineties. I was the guitarist and I was the white guy. I can’t… oh my God. I…… I wasn't even, so, I mean, that was the thing. I looked at your picture and I'm like, wait, I can swear everyone in that group was black and I watched the video again and surely enough, there you are. We always took photographs in a way that the skin tone wasn't particularly obvious. Oh my God. I mean, I remember that sounds like it was yesterday. It's still one of my all time favorites. It's on my it's on my running mix. I'm going to go out…. I'm going out for a run after this, uh, after this interview, and ...he's pulled out the guitar, here we go. Um, yeah, for viewers at home, uh, without, people listening (plays guitar) Yeah, it’s a solo, not particularly well played, cause it's early in the morning for me. It is indeed, and I appreciate you taking the time to come on this early. You know, it's funny. I, we, we could spend it if we don't, if we don't switch topics, we can talk all day about how much I love that song, but don’t,,,,, that was your thing, OK, you did that, and then, and then you went to, you went to tech, right? So you had a company also that you, you, um, uh, let me, let me, let me see if I got this right. You had Rocket Network. Yeah, was, was, became part of ProTools. Yep. And then Pro Tools was sold to Abbott... Uh, yes, not quite in that order. OK, something like that. Avid, done Pro Tools and then Rocket Network, which is a company I founded in 94. We raised just under $50 million in the 90’s, um, Paul Allen and Cisco, and a bunch of other investors, and we created something that is now https://www.avid.com/pro-tools/cloud-collaboration so if anybody knows Pro Tools or media editing tools, they're the kind of the standards in the entertainment business, for making media and, um, yeah, you're probably using our tech. The first projects that used the technology in the back in the day were Eric Clapton, Prince, and then, uh, Peter Jackson's new movie. Um, and, uh, I think Harry Potter's first…. So, no one's special is what you're saying... Yeah, and it was very cool, it was a system that, um, shipped around the component pieces of professional audio, various securely, so that… Unbelievable, if I remember correctly, Avid…. actually, it started out as a company called Diva and Diva was just Avid, uh, spelled backwards. And they had a group who started DIVA, started in Boston. That's right. And I worked… I interned for them. I helped them, uh, create, uh, like their first logo, one of their first logos back in like 92. Yeah. My RA, the RA, my dorm, uh, worked for them and, and he's like, Hey, you know, you know, computers, come, come make a logo. And yeah. Yeah, definitely. Ridiculously small world. Yes, I come from a, you know, yeah., you, you, you mentioned. Yes. I was, uh, uh, a musician and we had, we had, uh, uh, many hits over the years as the best known one. Um, I quit the band in ‘94 and I come from a long series of British inventors. My brother was an inventor….... my Dad's an inventor, my Grandfather, my Great-Grandfather and, um, so it's kind of built in. I remember always like my Granddad saying that door handles in the wrong place, or you know, that this is not yeah. who designed this can opener, you know? Uh, so it's kind of in the brain and because I was always interested in digital things early and particularly digital audio, it led me perfectly into a place where I met Matt Mueller and a couple of other guys, and we founded Rocket Network. Actually I've got five patents, my name's on five patents, which I'm very proud of. 5:44 It is very cool. Yes, yeah. alright. I want to, I…. I can talk about this all day. Let's, you know, there's a podcast for the neuro-diverse let's talk about https://www.focusatwill.com/ because I'm actually a fan of it. Um, why don't you give us, for those who don't know what https://www.focusatwill.com/ is, give us a description of it. And, um, then I’ll tell you why I love it. Thank you, Peter. Well, this is a unique music service and it is a library of material you can't find it anywhere else. That is, uh, uh, delivered to each user in a very unique way and you... you could think of it as, um, you know, ADD by the way, is close and dear and close to my heart. I am myself, most of my friends are, I find anybody who isn't boring and it just means... Steven, Steven there's, there's our subhead. Anyone who wasn't boring, has ADHD…. That's of course not. Um, It just means as my understanding of ADHD is it just means that you've got to be able to focus and concentrate you need to have a lot of stuff going on at the same time, so we are the people that are good in a crisis, right? We are the people that have got like a TV on over there, a game on over here, a talking book on over here, some music here, and then we're able to sit and relax. So I didn't discover this until I was in the band in, in, um, the Rocket Network company. And the reason why I learned was I went from running a band and being very active to inventing this kind of networking audio technology to ending up when we sold to Avid, to actually sitting in a cubicle (laughter) Welcome to the new world... And I tried to say, I was the boss before and now I sold my business, I was reporting to some middle -level managers and I was like, listen, “I….I know you guys have a policy of people being in the office, but I can't get anything done here.” Well, you gotta be in the office. I'm like, where's your deliverable, William. I'm like, ah, I'm sitting here staring at the walls. So I started to try and find music that would help me block out the sound of everybody else, and it was impossible for me. It was not, I just couldn't find it. And then people would say to me, Oh, you're kind of hyper. Why don't you just find something to chill you the F out and be like, I've listened to this. (plays music) It's intuitive to the public. That if someone is kinda hyper, like all my favorite people, you play them something to chill them out, or maybe something like this. I'm playing some things on folks that will buy though in the background, the answer is (buzzer sound) that won't work at all, as you and your listeners know, umhttps://drhallowell.com/, who I'm assuming, you know... I know Ned very well, he wrote the foreword for my book. Yeah. Yeah, um, I met Ned in about eight years ago when he called me up. Now I’d heard of him and read his book called https://www.amazon.com/dp/0307743152ed his bestselling book on Amazon., he's he's written a few best sellers, all about ADHD and why it’s the learning difference, not a disorder. And I get this call and this voice goes to “Hi, I'm Ned Hallowell. I can't do his voice, I’m Ned Halowell in that Boston kind of voice, and he goes, “are you Will from https://www.focusatwill.com/ and he goes, I'm Ned from Focus on Ned, and he said, I have been listening to your music to write my new book, which then was called, Driven to Distraction at work. And he said, I've put you in the book. And I was like, wow, that is, wow, this is from the horse's mouth, right? This is Ned himself telling me that. So we got...I invited him to be on our science, uh, board and got to know him very well, and with his help, and with another scientist that’s in our book, Dr. Evian Gordon from https://www.totalbrain.com/about-us/ in San Francisco. With the two of them, we started honing into the idea in the same way that, um, stimulants such as Adderall and Ritalin and drinking so much coffee. Over clock, the ADHD brain and calm you down. We started to work on the idea that there are energies in an audio stream that'll do the same thing. 5% of our users in folks that will 5% listen to this channel that I'm just about to play, it’s called ADHD Type 1, and they listened to this.. 8hrs a day, 5 days a week. It's actually just warming up. Here we go, so to anyone that doesn't have ADHD, that sounds like an incredible noise, but if you actually do have ADHD or ADD, right, this will help you enormously. Yep, no question about it. What it’s doing, is overclocking the brain, and, um, Ned explained it to me in a way that I've never heard it explained before he said, William, your brain... all of our human brains, it doesn't matter where you come from... gender, it doesn't matter. We're all wired the same, this clock, the back of your head, about every four times a second, it goes, talk to Peter, talk to Peter, talk to Peter, talk to Peter. He said, it's like the cocks on the rowboats, you know, there's the person that’s like going “PULL!”, right? And you go pull like this four times the second. And so those of us with ADHD by the way, Hallowell himself is insanely ADHD. That's part of the reason why he does the work? I think he said, what happens is that clock is running slowly. So it goes, talk to Peter, and then my consciousness is like, Whoa, what's that over there? And then, then it goes, talk to Peter, right? And so what's happening is it's like the kids in the backseat are always going crazy cause they haven't got something to do. And so we, uh, we started experimenting with different types of audio that clock the brain to speed that clock up. I mean, the irony is as you and your listeners know, the reason that we have ADHD is that clock is running slowly, not fast. Right? If you play some music slow, it's going to make it worse. Right. Right. It's an interesting…. it's an interesting take on it because I know that for me, uh, you know, we started this off by fanboying about how much I love that song, but the the fact that it is it's one of those songs with a fast beat, with, you know, powerful hook, powerful melody that allows me when I'm exercising to focus as well as I want and focus on the run and run faster and train harder, and music for me has always done that. Um, and so the concept of, of, of. audio as a whole to keep the brain focused is, you know, the funny part is, is that when we were growing up and ADHD didn't exist, it was sit down, you're disrupting the class disease. Um, when I was dealing with that, I remember I'd come home, I'd start my homework, I'd put on music, and my parents who were music teachers, that was the irony, they were both public school music teachers. nope, you shut it off, you've got to focus on, we're going to pay attention to school, and I was dedicating attention to the score. The music helped me do that, and now of course we know the difference. So what percentage of your users, if you have any idea, uh, would you say are using this, are neuro diverse are ADD/ADHD, um, I mean, you said 5% listen to that track, but... Yaah, um, it's about 20% and, uh, I prefer instead of using terms of just neuro-diverse or I just say my favorite people. There are probably and objectively many, I mean, here, here's the real question. Peter, why to human beings? Why did we evolve to have a percentage of people like that? Well, the answer is we are good in a crisis. We are the kind of people that can do highly stressful work, such as, um, air, traffic control, battlefield surgeons. Um, uh, how about, uh, how about fifth grade teachers? Um, right. Police work. These are all things that when this, a lot of stuff going on we’re very calm, and if you and I were back in the day, we're in the, you know, we are like thousands of years ago and we're in the, in the encampment with our tribe, and there's arrows coming over the top. You or I, and people like us, the neuro-diverse people, we are the people that are going to go... I got this. Yep, exactly. As everyone is running around like a chicken with its head cut off and we're like, nope, I got this. The problem is, is that, when there's a crisis, we're great. But for the now, for the… we have to sit there and focus on expense reports or in your case, sit in that office and get that work done, it's not as easy. So to answer your question about, uh, how, how many people are there, I can actually answer it with audio. I played you that, uh, crazy ADHD music, um, about 30% of the rest of our audience listened to uptempo. I like that. So this is, it's kind of an, an uptempo transit channel. It has, it has thousands and thousands of tracks, but the tracks, they don't have DJ drops, right? they don't have, um, vocals of any kind, and there's some very specific things about the speed and the pulses within it. Um, it works for people who are kind of veering towards easily distracted, but not really. It kind of doesn't overlap. And then about another 30% or so of our audience, um, this is now as you can tell, nearly 70%, uh, listen to this. (plays music) This is called Alpha Chill. And this is a typical track, speed is a little lower. It still keeps you going, but it's not quite so intense, right? So to answer your question specifically, about 20% of our users are in that higher energy date they are. So we did a, I do a lot of surveys in the business and we have, um, we have, uh, an enterprise product where, you know, companies get this for their, uh, their employees. And we just had a company called https://www.leftfieldlabs.com/ in LA. They're one of the Google, internal Google, um, ad agencies, and, uh, they had like just over a hundred users and they bore out something that we found a lot. We… what we do is we give a hundred accounts to them and then they come back to us and tell us how many of their employees use us all the time... of that, how many are interested? And the answer is usually about 25%, 20, 25% of any given company. You find this and go, wow. So that's part of our sales pitch. Here's the thing, I know the CEO and I called him up and I said, Hey, that's fascinating. Would you mind telling me who the 20% are? Is there a pattern then he laughed and he said, yes, it is my C-suite. It is my most valuable players, it is my employees, the MVP, it is, uh, the people who are kind of difficult to deal with. And I said, If you looked at your kind of payroll costs, what percentage is this core group? He said, they're my most important people. And it represents 80% of my payroll. I believe it. So we found this often that about 20% of the population who are usually the most talented, the most productive, the most valuable, are also the most easily distracted. Definitely. My people. This is the entrepreneurs. This is the… there's the people who make things done. If you, I tell people who are not in this world who are not neuro-typical, who doesn't understand, you know, non-tibial people. I go, Elon Musk. He defines someone who is hyper hyper, hyper. I mean, good brief. I mean, just watching him talk. I have to just go.And then you think about a lot of other well-known fairy capable, productive people, Steve Jobs, Oprah, Allen. I write about, I write about all these people in the book, the Faster Than Normal the book, and we interviewed a ton of them as well. I have friends all over the world who are the exact same brain as me. Um, tell me, cause I wanna, I wanna be respectful of your time. Tell me about, so, so it's Focusatwill.com, and it's, um, I mean, I, like I said, I love it. Um, where are you, where do you see it going? I mean, first of all, I'll take it a step back. How do we convince more people that this actually works? Because I think that a lot of, you know, we're seeing, I think the pandemic has pushed us into being able to try new things and being willing to try new things, um, without as much backlash as there used to be. So are you, are you continuing to pitch for, um, for consumers or are you starting to look towards, uh, the enterprise aspect of it? Actually, we have about half consumers, which is individuals purchasing and then half, um, enterprise sales. Um, the pandemic was, was interesting. We did well because if you are stressed, and under pressure remotely working for the first time, remember a lot of people with ADHD like this, we'd like to go into an office because the bustle that kind of helps us. And if all of a sudden you're at home on your own delivering things, and this has been an absolute godsend for a lot of people. So our business went up actually, uh, during the, during the year., and. It's the new normal, right? There's a lot of people not going back to work. And what are, uh, what of I get a lot of mail from being artists. I've got a couple of million users. And one of the things that they've said is that the system has a timer on it. So you can figure out how long your perfect session is. Most people it's about, it's between 25, which is one session minutes, and right through to quite a lot of people have set it at 80 minutes. So you're doing 80 minute work sessions. You can get, you get a lot done. And they say, if you have a pair of noise canceling headphones, and you have this app, it becomes like your, blankie, it becomes like that’s what they do, to get...stuff done, right? it becomes like a cocoon I mean, that’s the premise of most people with ADHD find, is that they get into some sort of zone, they figured out where that zone is. For me, it used to be on an airplane. I’d fly to Tokyo to give a speech, I'd write for 14 straight hours. Yes, it was, it was amazing. Um, and so, so having to find that new place, so no, you, you put those headphones on, you shut out the rest of the world, you shut off the distractions and you do that, whatever way works for you. But what you're doing is you are allowing yourself essentially putting on horse blinders, and you're focusing on that, which you need to focus on without the ooh, what's over there. Well, yeah, something I didn't talk about yet, which I'll just mention quickly is that all music is not the same. If you listen to music with vocals….music that's designed to entertain you, which is pretty much anything out there, that's why it's successful, It's engaging. Um, it is gonna... you've replaced one problem with another. So. yes. You can't hear all the noise around or you're trying to get in your zone, on the other hand, you're singing it. You're singing the song, exactly. Snoop Dog, whatever you like to listen to. It's very true. So the focus music is designed and the system has an onboarding, uh, quiz that if you take it at it's 17 questions and it has about an 80% accuracy of, um, determining which genre of music on the system will work best for you, and we find 85% of the people that use our system when they find their genre, each, um, each channel has a, a low, medium and a high setting., so there's really about 36 channels on the system, 85% of our users when they find it and they dial it and they go in on it, they never change because it just...works. Yeah. That's awesome. So it's Focusatwill.com How do people find you? Are you, are you online? Are you on Insta, so what's your, what's your story? Hi, first of all, I'm fascinated with productivity and ADHD. It is my life, and I love to hear from people, so anyone listening, just, just write me, tell me how he found the system, what works, um, I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org. That's and um, as I said, I'm, I'm always super interested and, uh, remember, there's a channel on this system called ADHD Type 1 which if you've got to get stuff done today, will really help you. I love it. Will, we're going to have you back again, we'll have you on the podcast in a couple months, again. Thank you so much for taking the time. It was really, really appreciated. And what a pleasure to talk to it, to talk to you, it's truly great. 22:40 Guys, as always Faster Than Normal is for you. Let us know what you want to hear, let us know who you want to hear, let us know if you want us to play I’ve Been Thinking About You, some more ‘cause we can do that too. Again, that has to be a cue, you’ve got to cue it up one more time. I'll just cue it up here. It is. This is a very bad choice to listen to when you're trying to work. Oh, without question, but for exercise, you can't beat it. It's different, right? Yes. All right guys. See you next week. Thanks for listening. My name is Peter Shankman. Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. 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