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Join Kevin, Nancy and Sharyn as we finally present you with our interview of Matt Dhillahunty, one of the hosts of the Austin based show: The Atheist Experience; that we cornered at INR5.
Nancy takes us through another This Day in History, we briefly discuss the Kim Davis Debacle and we also visit the story of another victim in Another Brilliant Moment Brought to you by Religion
this episode was pre-recorded
The story behind Matt Dawley is a great one, once an unknown competitor to the mixed martial arts world, he has quickly amassed a fan following in his bid to fight CM Punk. Who is this man, and why does he want to welcome CM Punk to the UFC?
In addition MMA legend and UFC veteran, Emmanuel "Tiny" Yarbourough joins us to help co-host!
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The A.D.D. Entreprenuer - How an Entrepreneur Embraced and Harnessed His A.D.D. to Build a $20 Million Business.
There are a lot of entrepreneurs who have learned to live with A.D.D. It's not a bad thing, it's their way of life. In fact, for someone with A.D.D. being an entrepreneur is a natural path in life.
But if you are one of those who have issues with multi-tasking, not staying focused, etc., you have to learn to harness and work with your A.D.D. instead of against it.
Our guest today has done just that...and very well. Matt Curry has learned to work with his A.D.D. and is now a serial entrepreneur who's built several multi-million dollar businesses.
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Matt Damon: I said this thing to The Guardian and it got turned into — and I was just trying to say actors are more effective when they’re a mystery. Right?
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Jade Helm 15: Military Exercise That Generated Conspiracy Theories Concludes After 2 Months
The routine training exercise took place in parts of Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Florida and garnered suspicion after planning slides labeled some portions of the U.S. as hostile.
Jesse Watters: Fox News Journalist Attempts to Interview Bernie Sanders in Halls of Congress
“Don’t push me! I don’t do ambush interviews. So if you want to talk to us, there’s my press secretary," Sanders said to Watters, who trailed Sanders in a segment for “The O’Reilly Factor.”
#Dislike: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says Company Is Working on 'Dislike' Button
Zuckerberg said Tuesday in a public Q&A that Facebook has been working on a button that would allow users to dislike posts and that the company is "very close" to shipping a test of the feature.
Zack Spears and Matt Amsden break down everything that went down in the NFL's Week Two, they discuss Fantasy Football news and trends. Then the guys chat about the NL Cy Young Race and the AL West Pennant chase.
In the "Well, guess we are re-recording on Saturday" edition, Jeffrey and Steve discuss the sound and fury around Matt Harvey's innings limit, and then a probably anti-climactic bit about the Brooklyn Cyclones, because Jeffrey saw them this week. Next, Chris talks to Marc Carig of Newsday about the Mets hot August and what the future may hold for the 2015 Mets. Nothing about Matt Harvey though, because that was recorded on Thursday. Then, Joe Sheehan of Sports Ilustrated is here to discuss if the Mets are actually good, if it matters, and why the Nats haven't been good. There is some more Matt Harvey talk here too. Finaly we wrap up with your e-mails, and a brief IFK Goteborg update.
Our guest is American Ninja Warrior host Matt Iseaman:
THE LAS VEGAS FINALS OF ‘AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR’ CONCLUDE WHEN THE TOP FINALISTS TAKE ON THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE – A FOUR STAGE COURSE MODELED AFTER THE EPIC JAPANESE ‘MOUNT MIDORIYAMA’– It's the final night of the “American Ninja Warrior” Las Vegas finals where the top finishers from the regional finals tackle the final three stages of ‘Mount Midoriyama’. Competitors who survive Stage 1 will take on Stage 2, and possibly Stage 3 and 4. Stage 2 has been redesigned and includes a brand new obstacle, Roulette Row. Stage 3 features the new Psycho Chain and Area 51 obstacles. Lastly, if any competitors conquer both stages, they will attempt Stage 4 with a cash prize of $1,000,000 at stake and the title of “American Ninja Warrior.” Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila host and Kristine Leahy co-hosts.
The Eagles season started more disappointing than planned. We will look inside what happened, and what is going to happen in the most important week of the year (Well one of two) Dallas week. Legend Moses Malone passed and he was a major part of a Philadelphia championship. Garrett is in 5 fantasy leagues as is Matt, so they will go through fantasy advice including a week long fantasy competition where the lineup will be set on the air. So stay tuned Gar and Matt are ready to roll.
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So let’s get started with anxiety management. 85% of people tell us that they’re nervous when speaking in public. And I think the other 15% are lying. Okay? We could create a situation where we could make them nervous too. In fact, just this past week a study from Chapman University asked Americans, what are the things you fear most? And among being caught in a surprise terrorist attack, having identity, your identity stolen, was public speaking. Among the top five was speaking in front of others. This is a ubiquitous fear, and one that I believe we can learn to manage. And I use that wordmanage very carefully because I don’t think we ever want to overcome it. Anxiety actually helps us. It gives us energy, helps us focus, tells us what we’re doing is important. But we want to learn to manage it.
So I’d like to introduce you to a few techniques that can work and all of these techniques are based on academic research. But before we get there, I’d love to ask you what does it feel like when you’re sitting in the audience watching a nervous speaker present, how do you feel, just shout out a few things, how to do you feel?
Uncomfortable. I heard many of you going, yes, uncomfortable. It feels very awkward, doesn’t it? So what do we do? Now a couple of you probably like watching somebody suffer. Okay, but most of us don’t.
So what do we do? We sit there and we nod and we smile or we disengage. And to the nervous speaker looking out at his or her audience seeing a bunch of people nodding or disengaged, that does not help. Okay. So we need to manage our anxiety.