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Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the January 28-February 2, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
The importance of large families and the rights of the living;
Recollections of prison days and how to handle the Czechs;
Long discussion on his friendship with the Duce, Italian Fascism and the "fossils" of the Italian Court;
Hitler describes his early political opponents, plus his experiences with the police and with procuring weapons;
Tells some amusing stories about French Ambasador to Germany Andre Francois-Poncet;
Hitler criticizes his diplomats and questions how to reorganize German diplomacy.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Jan. 13-17, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Some highlights of this episode:
Hitler talks about Czechs in general and Emil Hacha in particular;
Men of genius like Austrian composer Anton Bruckner, who was unappreciated for so long, must be encouraged;
High birthrate at the time in India, in Russia, but also in Germany;
A woman of genius: Angelica Kauffmann was a very great painter, says Hitler;
His early days with Dietrich Eckart in Obersalzberg - how he bought his house "Wachenfeld" - he was known only as Herr Wolf until he began giving public speeches;
Recalls the many friends from those days, which were the best days in his life, and how he enjoys the ladies and pretty girls;
Hitler mentions "the second volume of my book" being written in the Deutsche Haus in Berchtesgaden;
Praises Dietrich Eckart, calls him the "polar star" to the early National Socialists.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Jan. 5th-7th, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Some highlights of this episode:
Japan and the Jews, the stupid Americans, the Spanish soldier;
Stalin identifies with the Tsars and Pan-Slavism more than Bolshevism -- Slavs and Asians can copy but not invent;
Freemasonry, fictitious wealth of gold, guilt of Jews;
Changes at Rome, Hitler removes Brauchitsch as Army chief;
Churchill's faults, the decline of England, the decay of America;
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Dec. 14-30, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Some highlights of this episode:
Hitler tells stories about Karl Lueger and Georg von Schoenerer of Vienna, plus other mayors of German cities;
The difficulty of building an art collection when Jews are dishonest dealers -- finding the Bordone Venus;
More on how cooked food causes disease, and the achievements of the Party men;
Hitler defends Julius Streicher, who has been removed as Gauleiter of Nuremberg - says Dietrich Eckart had also thought men like Streicher were necessary;
Hitler treats his political opponents well;
Ruhr industrial district -- the need for increased production of coal and iron;
Some thoughts on the Japanese.
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the Nov. 19-Dec 14, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Topics included in this episode:
The Struggle for Power, the necessity to follow Nature's laws, and the peculiar German sense of duty;
Hitler tells stories about the Party's rally in Coburg in 1922, theVolkischer Beobachter NSDAP newspaper, and the reason for uniforms;
On Germans married to Jews, and the Jewish role as a destroyer;
Highest aim of every man should be the preservation of the species;
Catholic Church better at appreciating culture and beauty than the Protestant.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Nov. 11th-19th, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Topics included in this episode:
Monarchy is an out-of-date form - example: the Thuringian Royal House;
Keeping the friendship of the Church is too costly, but we're glad to have its cultural monuments - the great Cathedrals;
Frederick the Great's reaction against the Church in defense of the State was definitive;
The Germanic Spirit will penetrate the East and bring to the natives all they need;
The success of the Four Year Plan is explained by setting everybody to work within a closed circle economy, not by rearmament;
Too many officials, too much paperwork - Hitler wants more local autonomy;
Legal profession is too lenient; there are no "extenuating circumstances" for treason.
In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not (i.e., they are a myth, fallacy or even a lie). The target for this episode is, “I am an INTJ (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator).” (Or, am I?)
What is it? “More than 10,000 companies, 2,500 colleges and universities and 200 government agencies in the United States use the test. It’s estimated that 50 million people have taken the Myers-Briggs personality test[.] MBTI is their framework for classifying personality types along four distinct axes: introversion vs. extroversion, sensing vs. intuition, thinking vs. feeling and judging vs. perceiving. […] For example, he might be introverted, a sensor, a thinker and a perceiver. Or, in Myers-Briggs shorthand, an “ISTP.”
How is it used and why should I care about it? “Today, organizations administer the personality test to employees, then use the results as a basis for training programs."
Is it credible? “No major journal has published research on the MBTI, which academics consider a strong repudiation of the test’s authority. […] It is a classic chicken-and-egg problem: No major journal has published on it, therefore no elite academic will support it, therefore no major journal will publish on it.” (all quotes from The Washington Post, “On Leadership - Does it pay to know your type?”, December 14, 2012 by Lillian Cunningham)
“INTJ - Have original minds and great drive for implementing their ideas and achieving their goals. […] Skeptical and independent, have high standards of competence and performance – for themselves and others.” http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/the-16-mbti-types.asp
What are you (allegedly)? Find out - http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/jtypes2.asp
Did you know people would rather discuss DEATH than PERSONAL FINANCES.
Do you want to make any conversation go nuclear, then talk about Religion, Health, Politic, Death but when it comes to the most difficult conversation you can have, a new survey found one clear winner: MONEY. 44% of Americans point to personal finances as the most challenging chat anyone can have.
Do you think being uncomfortable talking about money/finances is inherited? Think back, while growing up, did anyone ever speak about MONEY in your house, if NO, then you never got in the habit of talking about MONEY as an adult, the result, in some cases, you never had a plan and could never stick to a budget.
MONEY is shorthand for...etc.
When MONEY is short...etc.
Talk openly about...etc.
Others feel the...etc.
ASK FOR HELP...etc.
SHOW NOTES: This episode is part of our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series! This series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. In this episode we are examining the issue of “Credit score, who cares?!” This is Part 2 of a 2 part series.
Who? You! This all about you! You are the product in this interaction. Entities pay (and are paid) to share information about you. This is uniquely about you.
What? In the USA, the score range is from a low of 300 to a high of 850. The score is a shorthand method to determine the risk in loaning you assets (money, property, etc.).
When? For as long as you are an adult and alive.
Where? In the entire world. You are the product (well your data is) and data is accessible everywhere.
Why? Quick way to determine if you are safe enough (to loan money or property to, to hire, to insure, etc.).
…and I should care? Yes. High credit scores mean “Yes” to things (buy that house! lease that apartment! get that new car! You are hired for this job!, etc.) and a low enough one means “No” is the answer. Do you want to live somewhere, buy things, work as an employee, be insured, etc.? This score determines if you can do so, where you do so and how much you will pay.
Everyone in the USA is eligible for a free credit report once a year (you can get yours here - https://www.annualcreditreport.com/index.).
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Doctor Prepper CPR show Today Doctor Prepper interviews Robert Macpherson Washington-based "lifestyle editor" for the French global news agency AFP, which is shorthand for the guy who gets to cover everything from gay rights to gun rights with everything else in between. I grew up in Canada (just over the border from Vermont) but Ive been living and reporting overseas since the mid-1980s from Hong Kong, Beijing, Paris, the former Yugoslavia (Bosnia and Kosovo mainly), Brussels, London and now Washington. All that plus a masters degree in international relations from Brussels Free University and a private pilots license.
NaTasha Rector is married with 3 beautiful kids. 16 yr old son, 13 yr old son, & an a 8 yr old daughter. I’ve always had a passion creating a successful business. As a child I played business instead of school. Lol I would grab my mom’s typewriter and shorthand books and type contracts, marketing material, and even came up with membership dues. Had NO idea that God was preparing me. As a young adult I joined Mary Kay, Prepaid Legal, Avon, Metaluca, Big Beauty Bar, etc. But I could NOT justify working for someone who had a passion like I did, to create wealth for them selves. I was helping them to become rich. So I decided to take the leap!