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The Walk, Zemeckis : une certaine idée de la performance  

Robert Zemeckis porte à l’écran l’histoire du funambule Philippe Petit qui, en 1974, a rallié les deux tours du World Trade Center à l’aide d’un câble tendu au dessus du vide. Retour sur la filmographie d’un réalisateur de films à Oscar (Forrest Gump) mais aussi d’oeuvres avant-gardistes (la triologie Retour Vers Le Futur), sous-estimées par la critique. Animé par Thomas Rozec avec Rafik Djoumy (BiTs), Julien Dupuy (Le Grand Frisson, Ciné +) et Stéphane Moïssakis (Capture Mag). RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L'ÉMISSION Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Flight (Robert Zemeckis, 2012), Ocean's Eleven (Steven Soderbergh, 2002), Ben Kinglsey, Apparences (Robert Zemeckis, 2000), Le Pôle Express (Robert Zemeckis, 2004), Hugo Cabret (Martin Scorsese, 2011), Forrest Gump (Robert Zemeckis, 1994), Seul au Monde (Robert Zemeckis, 2000), La Légende de Beowulf (Robert Zemeckis, 2007), Retour vers le Futur (Robert Zemeckis, 1985), The Lift (Robert Zemeckis, 1971), A Field of Honor (Robert Zemeckis, 1973), Hitchcock, Body Double (Brian de Palma, 1984), Fantômes Contre Fantômes (Peter Jackson, 1996), Retour Vers le Futur 2 (Robert Zemeckis, 1989), Contact (Robert Zemeckis, 1997), Le Drôle de Noël de Scrooge (Robert Zemeckis, 2009),Le 13è Guerrier (John McTiernan, 1999), Maverick, Bob Gale, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, À la Poursuite du Diamant Vert (Robert Zemecis, 1984), 1941 (Steven Spielberg, 1979), La Mort Vous Va Si Bien (Robert Zemeckis, 1992), Qui Veut La Peau de Roger Rabbit (Robert Zemeckis, 1988), Tex Avery, Terminator Genysis (Alan Taylor, 2015), Amazing Stories (Robert Zemeckis, 1985), Christopher Lloyd, Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994), Les Dents de La mer (Steven Spielberg, 1975) RECOMMANDATIONS CINÉ DE LA SEMAINE : Stéphane Moïssakis : Retour vers le Futur 2, Robert Zemeckis (1989) http://www.allocine.fr/film/fichefilm_gen_cfilm=5247.html Rafik Djoumi : Go to the Head of the Class, un épisode de la série Histoires Fantastiques (Amazing Stories - de Steven Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis et William Dear, 1985) http://www.allocine.fr/film/fichefilm_gen_cfilm=2581.html Julien Dupuy : Discussion entre Quentin Tarantino et Robert Zemeckis (Studio n°98, 1994) Discussion croisée entre Steven Spielberg, James Cameron et Robert Zemeckis sur le cinéma virtuel et la performance capture (revue Empire, Août 2010) Thomas Rozec : Le Funambule, documentaire de James Marsh (Man on Wire, 2008) http://www.allocine.fr/film/fichefilm_gen_cfilm=133938.html RETROUVEZ NOCINÉ PARTOUT SUR LES INTERNETS : www.facebook.com/NoCinePodCast twitter.com/No_Cine www.dailymotion.com/nocine www.youtube.com/channel/UC38YBAhVBEDRmXSe1uCyNxg www.mixcloud.com/NoCine/ www.deezer.com/show/7806 www.stitcher.com/podcast/nocine itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/nocin…id993698002?mt=2 www.vodkaster.com/nocine CRÉDITS Enregistré le 21 octobre 2015 au Tank à Paris (11ème). Moyens techniques : Le Tank. Production : Joël Ronez - Iris Ollivault / TempsMachine.NET. Réalisation : Jules Krot. Générique : "Soupir Articulé", Abstrackt Keal Agram (Tanguy Destable et Lionel Pierres).

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175: Robert Greene: Best Selling Author: “Mastery”, “48 Laws of Power”, “The 33 Strategies of War”, “The Art of Seduction”, “The 50th Law”  

If you’ve listened to me long enough, you know my favorite book is none other than the 50th Law… Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Best-Selling Author, Robert Greene to the Sports Motivation Podcast! As we discuss topics like literature, 50 cent’s personality and work ethic, and having a purpose, realize that Robert found his true calling at the age of 36. If you think you’re late to choosing your ultimate path, you’re wrong. Years of DO-ing, will get you to where you need to be. Thanks for tuning in!


Episode 175 Time Stamps:

(1:20) Welcome to the Sports Motivation Podcast, Robert!

(2:40) Un-tying yourself from the opinions of others

(8:02) Excel with your unique DNA

(10:51) Robert’s journey of discovery; started at age 36 | YouTube: Robert's TED TALK

(14:50) The reality of “Wasted time” and “Failure” | Ryan Holiday’s, “Obstacle Is The Way”

(19:40) Among many things you cannot change, you CAN change your ATTITUDE.

(21:43) A story about Law #1: “Never Outshine the Master”

(26:10) Applying Law #48: “Assume Formless-ness”

(30:05) From “Mastery”, a feature with jet fighter pilot, Cesar Rodriguez.

(31:57) Hours and hours, leads to habitual success | 50 Cent’s incredible self-discipline

(33:28) The beginning of Robert Greene’s friendship with 50 Cent.

(38:00) The fear of releasing a book that will fail.

(40:47) Consistency in anything will always lead to improvement.

(42:28) Push through your most frustrating days. | Not being in the mood to do what you do, and how to combat this way of thinking.

(46:04) If it comes to easy; re-evaluate your work.

(47:35) Athletes that inspire Robert Greene

(52:56) Pro athlete "loyalty"… An insight from former Blazers Coach: Nicolas Batum

(56:00) Problems with human nature: A preview of Robert’s new book coming soon!

(58:17) The “shadow” side of our personalities.

(1:01:10) Having a PURPOSE.

(1:03:55) A handful of books recommended by Robert:
Machiavelli, "The Prince" | Casanova, "Art of Seduction" | Sun Tzu, "The Art of War" |  Carl Von Clausewitz, "On War" | Miyamoto Musashi, "The Book of 5 Rings"

(1:06:38) Robert's dream-roundtable: Machiavelli, Napoleon Bonaparte, Muhammad Ali, MLK Jr.

 


CONNECT

Robert Greene's, "Mastery"

Robert Greene's, "48 Laws of Power"

Robert Greene's, "The 33 Strategies of War"

Robert Greene's, "The Art of Seduction"

Robert Greene and 50 Cent, "The 50th Law"

Website: powerseductionandwar.com

Twitter: @RobertGreene

Instagram: @robertgreeneofficial

 

 

RESOURCES

Check out today's blog post here: imnotyou.com/174

Click the link to Get Ya Mind Right! ---> Imnotyou.com/GYMR

 

Thanks for listening to another Sports Motivation Podcast!

 
Slam Radio 026 | Robert Hood  

Slam Radio 026 with Robert Hood Welcome to the 26th instalment of Slam Radio. This weeks mix Slam welcome a bonafide Detroit legend - Robert Hood! - See more at: http://www.slam-djs.com/podcast/slam-radio-026-robert-hood/#sthash.n0uQRsEn.dpuf 1. Contakt "Tesssera 04 (Robert Hood remix)" (Icee Hot) 2. Floorplan "Let's Ride" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 3. Mark Broom - untitled 4. Lee J Malcolm "Oh Yeah (Ben Sims remix)" (EPM Music) 5. Robert Hood "Eleven" - unreleased 6. Trolley Route "Neutron" (Chaval Records) 7. Floorplan "Change" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 8. Ben Sims "Love n Hurt (Gary Beck remix)" (Theory) 9. Mark Broom - untitled 10. Robert Hood "Full Armour (Ready For War)" - unreleased 11. Ben Sims "New Blood (Robert Hood remix)" (Theory) 12. Robert Hood "Drive (Phase deep mix)" (Music Man) 13. Floorplan "Eclipse" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 14. Robert Hood "The Family" (M-Plant) 15. Steve Rachmad "Tir Na Nog" (Rotation) 16. Robert Hood "Hologram 4" - unreleased 17. Tim Wolff "Backstage Fridge" (Dynamic Reflection) 18. James Ruskin "Work (Steve Rachmad remix)" (Blueprint) 19. Robert Hood "Alarm" - unreleased 20. O/V/R "Post Traumatic Son (DVS1 Pessimist mix)" (Blueprint) 21. Lee J Malcolm "One Star Applicant (James Ruskin Rework)" (EPM Music) 22. Steve Silk Hurley "Jack Your Body (Hardfloor remix)" (Hardfloor The Label) 23. Robert Hood "Eleven" - unreleased 24. Ritzi Lee "Backdraft" (Theory) 25. Floorplan "Confess" (M-Plant) 26. Floorplan "Higher (Ben Sims remix)" (M-Plant) - unreleased / forthcoming on M-Plant in 2013 27. Clone - white label 28. Robert Hood "Hate Transmissions" (Music Man) - See more at: http://www.slam-djs.com/podcast/slam-radio-026-robert-hood/#sthash.n0uQRsEn.dpuf

Slam Radio 026 | Robert Hood  

Slam Radio 026 with Robert Hood Welcome to the 26th instalment of Slam Radio. This weeks mix Slam welcome a bonafide Detroit legend - Robert Hood! - See more at: http://www.slam-djs.com/podcast/slam-radio-026-robert-hood/#sthash.n0uQRsEn.dpuf 1. Contakt "Tesssera 04 (Robert Hood remix)" (Icee Hot) 2. Floorplan "Let's Ride" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 3. Mark Broom - untitled 4. Lee J Malcolm "Oh Yeah (Ben Sims remix)" (EPM Music) 5. Robert Hood "Eleven" - unreleased 6. Trolley Route "Neutron" (Chaval Records) 7. Floorplan "Change" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 8. Ben Sims "Love n Hurt (Gary Beck remix)" (Theory) 9. Mark Broom - untitled 10. Robert Hood "Full Armour (Ready For War)" - unreleased 11. Ben Sims "New Blood (Robert Hood remix)" (Theory) 12. Robert Hood "Drive (Phase deep mix)" (Music Man) 13. Floorplan "Eclipse" - unreleased / Forthcoming on debut Floorplan "Paradise" album out in June 14. Robert Hood "The Family" (M-Plant) 15. Steve Rachmad "Tir Na Nog" (Rotation) 16. Robert Hood "Hologram 4" - unreleased 17. Tim Wolff "Backstage Fridge" (Dynamic Reflection) 18. James Ruskin "Work (Steve Rachmad remix)" (Blueprint) 19. Robert Hood "Alarm" - unreleased 20. O/V/R "Post Traumatic Son (DVS1 Pessimist mix)" (Blueprint) 21. Lee J Malcolm "One Star Applicant (James Ruskin Rework)" (EPM Music) 22. Steve Silk Hurley "Jack Your Body (Hardfloor remix)" (Hardfloor The Label) 23. Robert Hood "Eleven" - unreleased 24. Ritzi Lee "Backdraft" (Theory) 25. Floorplan "Confess" (M-Plant) 26. Floorplan "Higher (Ben Sims remix)" (M-Plant) - unreleased / forthcoming on M-Plant in 2013 27. Clone - white label 28. Robert Hood "Hate Transmissions" (Music Man) - See more at: http://www.slam-djs.com/podcast/slam-radio-026-robert-hood/#sthash.n0uQRsEn.dpuf

Ep.43 Robert Sztar on Using Technology and Thought Leadership to Disrupt the Pharmacy Industry  

My guest in this week’s episode is someone who’s not only used technology to transform the pharmaceutical industry in Australia, he’s also gone from having zero content to authoring a book, producing a blog and hosting the #1 pharmacy and technology podcast - The Transpharmation Show.

Using innovative practice combined with his position as a thought leader, Robert has helped countless other entrepreneurs in the pharmaceutical space to become more streamlined and efficient, while at the same time creating more meaningful patient relationships. You’ll definitely want to pay extra-close attention to this conversation if you’re operating in an outdated industry or in a business where you need to be automating more.

 
    
 

In this episode, Robert and I get really into...

Reimagining the experience of customer relations for pharmacists
How Robert’s taken best practice from leading technology brands and applied it to his pharmacy business
Robert’s experience working for one of the world’s biggest pharmacy brands and how it helped him to realise how networks can be grown and evolved in a corporate structure
How Robert used technology to strip his team down to a third of its normal size
Tactical steps Robert took to writing his book
The story of The Transpharmation Show: it’s rise to reaching over 100 episodes and being listened to in 80 different countries around the world
Partnership strategies Robert used to get his book distributed to over 3,000 of Australia’s influencers in the pharmaceutical industry
Robert’s pitch and how its incorporated his personal journey and insights, resulting in him creating a far greater impact on a large scale
The steps that Robert took that led to him becoming such a prolific creator of content, and the costs and resources required

Resources

Scripts for You

Robert Sztar Website

Transpharmation Book

Transpharmation Podcast

Pharmacy Freedom Index

LinkedIn

Twitter

Facebook

Instagram

Sleep Cycle App

B1G1

Dent Podcast episode with Philip Hitchen

Dent Podcast episode with Paul Dunn

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35 Robert Jan Hendriks: Het geheim van 1,5 miljoen bezoekers per maand  

Robert Jan Hendriks is het gezicht achter de website Optimale gezondheid, dit is één van de grootste gezondheidsblogs van Nederland. In deze Power Talk praten we over monsterartikelen, content marketing, focus en het boek één ding. Wie is Robert Jan Hendriks? Robert Jan Hendriks is eigenaar van optimalegezondheid.com, een website die in 5 jaar is uitgegroeid tot een succesvol platform met meer dan 1,5 miljoen bezoekers per maand! Het doel van deze website is om zoveel mogelijk mensen kennis te laten maken met een optimale gezondheid. Op zijn website komen dagelijks duizenden mensen die allemaal informatie en hulp zoeken om hun gezondheid te verbeteren en op zoek zijn naar een systeem om zelfs in het drukste leven nog een goede gezondheid te ontwikkelen. Daarnaast is Robert Jan Hendriks sinds kort zijn eigen website gestart waar hij ondernemers helpt om meer bezoekers op je website te krijgen. Wat ga je tijdens deze podcast leren? Hoe krijg je 1,5 miljoen bezoekers per maand? Welk boek maakt voor Robert Jan Hendriks echt een verschil? Welke slimme tools gebruikt Robert Jan Hendriks om afleiding te elimineren? Hoe deel je je dagen slim in? Wat zijn de beste productiviteitstips van Robert Jan Hendriks? Hoe ziet de hour of power van Robert Jan Hendriks eruit? Meer info over Robert Jan Hendriks Meer informatie over Robert Jan Hendriks kan je vinden op: Optimale gezondheid Daarnaast is hij te vinden op zijn eigen website:  robertjanhendriks.nl. Hier helpt hij ondernemers met hun website zodat ze meer bezoekers gaan krijgen en betalende klanten. 35 Power Talks: Robert Jan Hendriks Actie Lees het boek één ding Focus, elimineer afleiding Opschonen, opstarten, opschalen Laat hieronder jouw reactie achter. Wat heb je gemist? In aflevering 34 is Bert van Dam gast. In deze Power Talk praten we over de zin van het leven, hoe je herinnerd wilt worden, creëren, liefde en genieten. Wat ga je ontdekken in de volgende aflevering? In de volgende aflevering is Remco Claassen te gast. In deze Power Talk hebben we het over het verzamelen van pareltjes, Steven Covey, Marshall Goldsmith, Focusconferences en beïnvloedingstechnieken. Abonneer je op mijn podcast Stap 1: Download op je smartphone de gratis podcast app Stap 2: Zoek naar: Power Talks podcast met Janneke Stielstra Stap 3: Klik op abonneren Deel mijn Power Talks podcast via social media Ik hoop dat je hebt genoten van de podcast. Als je dit artikel over Robert Jan Hendriks interessant vindt deel het dan met andere ondernemers. Deel mijn Power Talks show via sociaal media. Laat een reactie achter Belangrijk: Laat jouw reactie en eventuele aanvullingen achter. Ik waardeer het zeer als je een review achterlaat via Itunes. Dit helpt mij om een nog groter bereik te krijgen met de Power Talks podcast. In de onderstaande video zie je welke stappen je dient te zetten. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEPTlSuG73k

Robert Walker, Monday, 3-7-16  

Guest: Robert Walker. Topics: Planetary protection and human spaceflight to Mars. Please direct all comments and questions regarding specific Space Show programs & guest(s) to the Space Show blog which is part of archived program on our website, www.thespaceshow.com. Comments and questions should be relevant to the specific Space Show program. Written Transcripts of Space Show programs are a violation of our copyright and are not permitted without prior written consent, even if for your own use. We do not permit the commercial use of Space Show programs or any part thereof, nor do we permit editing, YouTube clips, or clips placed on other private channels & websites. Space Show programs can be quoted, but the quote must be cited or referenced using the proper citation format. Contact The Space Show for further information. In addition, please remember that your Amazon purchases can help support The Space Show/OGLF. See www.onegiantleapfoundation.org/amazon.htm. We welcomed back to the show Robert Walker from the UK to address questions about human spaceflight to Mars, planetary protection, Article IX of the OST, and human contamination of Mars if life or past life is found on Mars. During the first segment of our 1 hour 48 minute discussion, Robert described the problem and he expressed his opinion that not only should humans not go to Mars if simple life, complex organics, or past life are found to be there as due to the high risk of human contamination and the damage to science. Robert spent most of our first segment going into detail about the problem, explaining why human contamination would be spread around the planet by winds & dust storms so no location would be OK for humans given the Mars life scenario. He also spent time during this segment talking about options for humans including lunar settlement and asteroids. Robert has also written extensively on this topic. You can read his material at www.science20.com/robertinventor. Several listener questions challenged Robert given SpaceX and Elon Musk plans for HSF to Mars, the Mars One venture and even the NASA Roadmap to Mars. In addition, Robert was asked about very bright space aware professionals working for humans to go to Mars and live there including Dr. Zubrin, the Explore Mars organization, and others wanting to change our National Space Policy to focus on settlement, especially settlement on Mars. Robert talked about a disconnect with these plans and their rhetoric from the planetary protection, UN policies, and the Outer Space Treaty. Robert took time during this segment to talk about planetary defense and the risk of an impact on Earth because he wanted to debunk the idea that we had to start a settlement on Mars to save the human species by having a backup on Mars. What do you think of what Robert had to say on this topic? Post your thoughts on TSS comments section for this show on the website as we want to know how you view these issue. In the second segment, I asked Robert if he would approve of humans to the Martian moons, orbiting Mars in a Martian space station like vehicle, and robotic exploration of the Martian surface. Robert thought this was how Mars exploration should be carried out. Listen to what he said for these alternative exploration plans. Do you agree with him? Also in this segment, we talked about the sterilization process and why he thought humans could not be made contamination free with current technology. He addressed the issue of space suit leakage by design as well, including the loss of some atmosphere through the airlock to Mars which might have the potential of transferring contaminants to Mars. Later in this segment, Rhonda asked about rogue nations offering to launch humans to Mars for money despite planetary protection rules and policies. Please read the rest of this summary at www.thespaceshow.com.

095-A New Day at Charleston  

In 1862, slave Robert Smalls was working as a pilot aboard a Confederate transport ship in Charleston, S.C., when he seized a unique chance to escape. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow his daring predawn journey, which rescued 17 people from slavery and changed the course of South Carolina history.

We'll also reflect on justice for bears and puzzle over a hijacker's surprising request.

Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- on our Patreon page you can pledge any amount per episode, and all contributions are greatly appreciated. You can change or cancel your pledge at any time, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support.

You can also make a one-time donation via the Donate button in the sidebar of the Futility Closet website.

Sources for our feature on Robert Smalls:

Andrew Billingsley, Yearning to Breathe Free: Robert Smalls of South Carolina and His Families, 2007.

Kitt Haley Alexander, Robert Smalls: First Black Civil War Hero, 2001.

Peggy Cooper Davis, “Introducing Robert Smalls,” Fordham Law Review 69:5 (April 2001), 1695.

“Robert Smalls,” American National Biography Online, accessed Feb. 14, 2016.

Henry Louis Gates Jr., “Which Slave Sailed Himself to Freedom?”, PBS.org (accessed Feb. 14, 2016).

Micah White, “Black History Unsung Heroes: Robert Smalls,” biography.com, Feb 9, 2015.

“Smalls, Robert,” History, Art & Archives, U.S. House of Representatives (accessed Feb. 14, 2016).

Blain Roberts and Ethan J. Kytle, “Robert Smalls's Great Escape,” New York Times, May 12, 2012.

Avis Thomas-Lester, “Civil War Hero Robert Smalls Seized the Opportunity to Be Free,” Washington Post, March 2, 2012.

Amy Geier Edgar, “Bill Would Honor Black Pioneer in Business, Politics,” Associated Press, March 26, 2004.

Listener mail:

Todd Wilkinson, "What Do You Do With a Bear That Kills a Person?", National Geographic, Aug. 20, 2015.

Sarene Leeds, "'Downton Abbey' Recap: Season 6, Episode 5," Wall Street Journal, Jan. 31, 2016.

This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Rini Rikka.

You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on iTunes or via the RSS feed at http://feedpress.me/futilitycloset.

Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode.

If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

18SP 042: Robert Yang | Secrets to Optimizing Performance Through Hydration and Nutrition  

What does it take to make your workouts and golf game 18STRONG? Join us as Robert Yang shares his expertise in the world of Nutrition, Supplementation and Golf Fitness. Robert gives us an in inside look at some of the secrets to staying hydrated through a round without the commercialized sports drinks.  He also breaks some myths around several Taboo topics in the world of food and nutrition.

Robert is a world renowned strength and conditioning coach with specialties in the areas of nutrition consulting and power development.  He works with athletes and golfers of all levels to optimize their performance and lifestyles through their eating habits and fitness.

 
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Robert's Background

Located in Encinitas, CA
Advisory Board member for TPI and the National Pitching Association
International presenter and lecturer
Teaches courses on corrective exercise, power, Olympic Lifting
Certified Nutritionist, CHEK level 4 and HLC level 2 practitioner

Highlights from this Episode

We discuss the importance of Hydration
What is enough water for each individual [Body weight (lbs.) ÷ 2 =  ?oz.]
How to use Celtic Sea Salt to stay hydrated through your round
He explains what the effects are on the course and in the gym when you hydration levels drop just by a small amount
Robert discusses several "Taboo Foods" and why you SHOULD be eating them, contrary to popular belief:

Eggs
Red Meat
Full Fat Foods

Robert weighs in on the GRAIN DEBATE.  What grains are OK to eat and which ones you should DEFINITELY stay away from.
Energy Drinks:  Are they really as bad as everyone says?  Are there any good ones out there?

Recommended Book:
"Know Your Fats" by Mary Enig

"Amino Acids and Protein for Athletes" by Mauro Di Pasquale

"Your Body's Many Cries for Water" by F. Batmanghelidj
CaddyShack or Happy Gillmore?
Happy Gilmore
What are you excited about in your near future?
Robert has made some new changes to his Instructional Courses on lifting techniques and corrective exercises
Where to Find Robert Yang:
RobertYang.net

Twitter: @robertyanginc

Facebook: Robert Yang

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Robert Hawkins  

Robert Hawkins is not only one of the funniest human beings alive he is also one of my dearest best friends. Robert is of those rarest creatures in that he is almost as funny off stage as he is onstage. I first meet Robert in the early 1990s when we were both playing at the River Center comedy club together in San Antonio, Texas. Robert was the MC, I was the middle act and Nick DiPalo was the headliner, what a show! 

 

Robert is originally from Hollywood, Florida. I always love to say to him "You are so Hollywood... Florida." Because we both grew up in Florida we can always laugh about the unique and disturbing ridiculousness of our home state.

 

He didn't start doing stand until he got out of the army in Texas so Texas is also a major factor in his life as is San Francisco as he and I both lived there at the same time. 

 

Career highlights aside from Conan appearances include being a writer for Christopher Titus' sitcom and for many years now he has been the opening act for Ron White. For me Robert will always be significant because he never fails to make me laugh and he has been a friend to me through thick and thin never once leaving me hanging if I were having troubles. 

 

Robert and Dan Gabriel were the ones who introduced me to Bikram Yoga in 2004 and we compare notes on that practice and talk about it at great length in this episode. "The best thing about Bikram Yoga is quieting your mind." In this conversation Robert and I talk about the Ice Cream Truck business we thought of starting, why should should pick your favorite team in the playoffs, the gold fish project of Amsterdam, family discounts in Thailand, why you should never have sex with a comedy club waitress on the first night of the week, why you should write and try out two jokes a day minimum and the most brilliant invention of all 'The Smoothie Phone.'

 

He is one of my favorite living human beings walking the earth today and it is my pleasure to present to you now the one and only Robert Hawkins!

 

Intro song: Cutting Room (Hot Pants) – Oceanliners

 

Stand-up clip 1: Compilation of ‘Quitting Smoking’, ‘In The Army’ and YouTube clip ‘Gay Pride Parades - Robert Hawkins’.

 

Stand-up clip from YouTube 2: Ron White's Comedy Salute to the Troops Robert Hawkins

 

Audio Cameo: Standing Bow Posture (Bikram Yoga)

 

Stand-up clip 3: ‘Write Home’

 

End song:  Wanted: Lover (No Experience Necessary) – James Govan

 

 

Recorded in Dallas, Texas. March 2014

Influence and Persuasion: New Insights From Robert Cialdini  

Do you want to persuade more people to become customers? Wondering what the latest science on influence and persuasion has to say? To discover new ways to prepare people for a sale, I interview Dr. Robert Cialdini, author of Influence and Pre-Suasion. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode, I interview Robert Cialdini, author of Influence and CEO of Influence at Work, a company that provides speakers and training on behavioral psychology and influence in business. Having sold more than 3 million books, he helped coin marketing phrases such as "social proof" and "scarcity." His latest book is called Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade. Robert explores the science behind influence and persuasion. You'll discover how to put these concepts into action to benefit your business. Share your feedback, read the show notes, and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Influence and Persuasion Robert's First Book Influence, written in the mid-1980s, shares the most successful strategies that professional influencers use to get people to say yes. It was written for consumers so they could recognize and resist these strategies when used in an unwelcome way. The initial response to the book was so mild that the publisher called back the promotional and publicity funds for promoting the book, Robert recalls. They told him it would be like "throwing money down a pit." What happened to change things? Robert explains that times changed. The idea of evidence-based decision-making began to dominate the business world, and Influence provided a compendium of evidence on what factors influence people. About three or four years after publication, the book skyrocketed to bestseller levels, where it's stayed ever since. There were two sources of information for the book. To see what was especially successful in moving people toward a sale, he looked at research literature from the behavioral sciences, marketing, psychology, communication, management, and other fields. He also looked beyond the research literature and began infiltrating all of the training programs he could get access to in the areas of sales, marketing, recruiting, fundraising, etc. This let him see what the professionals were using to train and he gleaned information from those experiences. While he expected consumers to be the audience for Influence, it was actually embraced by the business community first. They wanted to know, scientifically, which factors incline people toward yes, and how to include those factors in messages, marketing campaigns, and more. The interest in harnessing the most powerful practices and procedures for creating change led Robert to write his new book, Pre-Suasion. It's designed for people who want to become more influential. Listen to the show to discover how I was introduced to Robert's work. Pre-Suasion Robert thinks the ideal audience for Pre-Suasion is people who want to increase the extent to which their messages successfully move people in their direction. While this includes salespeople and marketers, it's also for people who want to be more influential inside their families, network of friends, charity boards, etc. Robert says that while Influence covers what to build into a message to get agreement, Pre-Suasion describes the process of gaining agreement with a message before it's sent. The process may seem like some sort of magic, but it's not. It's established science. The key is to create a state of mind in the recipient's head that's consistent with the forthcoming message.

Van 1 naar 1,4 Miljoen Bezoekers per Maand met Robert-Jan Hendriks  

Je wilt natuurlijk een gezond bedrijf – maar of dat lukt hangt nauw samen met of je zelf lekker in je vel zit. En dat heb je in grote mate zelf in de hand, vertelt Robert-Jan Hendriks. Hij is eigenaar van optimalegezondheid.com, een website die in 5 jaar is uitgegroeid tot een succesvol platform met meer dan 1,4 miljoen bezoekers per maand! Wat is zijn geheim?

 

DANKBAAR

Eén van de redenen waarom ik Robert-Jan zo inspirerend vind, is dat hij mijn persoonlijke horizon enorm heeft verbreed. Door zijn tips ben ik gaan inzien dat mijn chronische ziekte een succesvol bedrijf niet in de weg hoeven te staan. Daar ben ik hem natuurlijk ontzettend dankbaar voor!

 

IDEALEN

Robert-Jan is, net als ik, een ondernemer met idealen. Zijn missie is om Nederland gezonder te maken. Dit ideaal komt voort uit zijn frustratie over zijn eigen gezondheidsklachten. Vanaf zijn vijftiende had Robert-Jan last van overgewicht, chronische huidklachten en een tekort aan energie. Van alles probeerde hij en niets hielp. Hij nam een moedig besluit: hij zou zijn gezondheid hoe dan ook onder controle krijgen.

Het bleek de start van een leerweg van 10 jaar. En ondertussen begon Robert-Jan alles wat hij leerde te delen met anderen. Eerst in een simpel blog. Later met ebooks. En wow: dit initiatief groeide uit tot één van de grootste gezondheidsblogs van Nederland. Wat eerst alleen noodzaak was voor hemzelf werd al snel een succesvol bedrijf waarmee hij een enorm bereik had.

 

FOCUS

Als ik Robert-Jan vraag hoe hij het voor elkaar kreeg om in zo’n concurrerende markt als de gezondheidsbranche zo’n prominente plek in te nemen is hij heel duidelijk: “Focus. Focus op dat ene ding en maak het supergoed”. En dit is nou ook precies wat ik zo bewonder aan Robert-Jan. Ik ken niemand die met zoveel toewijding zijn werk doet als hij. Maar hoe wist hij dat hij met het juiste bezig was?

 

 

JEUK

Goed geld verdienen met je blogs of ebooks kan volgens Robert-Jan dankzij een heel simpel principe: vind een itch that needs to be scratched. “Zoek een probleem waar veel mensen mee worstelen. Vertel vervolgens op een verkooppagina je oplossing en voeg een knop toe met: koop hier het ebook”. In elk vakgebied is er wel ‘jeuk’ te vinden waar je een oplossing voor kunt bieden. En daar krijg je klanten mee. Als die klanten je weten te vinden, tenminste.

 

NR. 1

Maar hoe word je dan vindbaar? En nog belangrijker: hoe kom je uiteindelijk op die nr. 1 positie in Google terecht? Het antwoord ligt volgens Robert-Jan weer bij die ‘jeuk’. “Je moet weten wat de pijnpunten zijn waar mensen op zoeken in Google”. Een site die je daar antwoord op geeft is keywordtool.io. Je typt daar je onderwerp in, bijvoorbeeld ‘doorbreken met je bedrijf’. Dan krijg je een lijst met verwante zoektermen die mensen gebruiken in Google. Als je die lijst als leidraad gebruikt voor het schrijven je blogs is er een grote kans dat je bovenaan komt te staan. “Als artikelen waardevol zijn voor de gebruiker, word je daarvoor beloond door Google.”

 

MILJOEN

Naast de zoekwoorden is het essentieel om kwaliteit te leveren met je blogs. “Plaats twee, drie nieuwe artikelen per week op je site. Heel consistent. Dat is echt heel krachtig. Zo weinig mensen doen het op deze manier! Laat het zo nodig door een freelancer doen.”
Toen hij zelf op deze manier te werk ging schreef hij de eerste 2 jaar 4 artikelen per dag! Ongelofelijk! Maar Robert-Jan wist waarom hij het deed: hij begreep Google en wilde bovenaan komen zodat zijn site goed bezocht zou worden. Het eerste jaar had hij 30.000 bezoekers per maand. En nu, in het vijfde jaar, is dat gegroeid tot meer dan één miljoen maandelijkse bezoekers! En dat zonder verdere promotie op social media! “Als je je artikelen op Facebook boost, kan het nog veel sneller gaan - gebruik die tools.”

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67: Padre rico Padre pobre - Robert Kiyosaki y Fernando González  

Hoy tenemos con nosotros a Fernando González, el representante y socio de Robert Kiyosaki . Además de amigo íntimo lleva con Robert 16 años trabajando mano a mano.

Vamos a hablar con Fernando de los principios del Best Seller "Padre rico Padre pobre" escrito por Robert Kiyosaki, que ya tiene más de 1 millón de ejemplares vendidos y es el libro de finanzas personales número 1 en el mundo.

Para quien no conozca a Robert Kiyosaki diré que es:

Emprendedor
Inversor multimillonario
Educador
Conferenciante
Robert Kiyosaki después de jubilarse, a los 47 años, fundó Cashflow Technologies y creó la compañía Rich Dad que actualmente ofrece a millones de personas formación para ser independiente financieramente.

Robert a escrito en total más de 20 libros que han vendido decenas de millones de ejemplares en todo el mundo.

Robert Kiyosaki en Barcelona (España) en un evento único

Ahora tienes la oportunidad de salir de la carrera de la rata. Tenemos por primera y única vez en España en la ciudad de Barcelona a Robert Kiyosaki, el fin de semana del 17 al 19 de Febrero del 2017 . Un evento que impulsará tus habilidades financieras y tus ingresos.

Te animo a que asistas si quieres aprender con los mejores y conseguir de una vez la libertad financiera. Yo también estaré en el evento y puede ser una ocasión para saludarnos.

Además Robert Kiyosaki nos ha creado un cupón de descuento del 20% para los oyentes del podcast Emprendedores Digitales que quieran asistir al evento.

Si quieres saber más de esta ocasión única e irrepetible del evento tienes toda la información en la siguiente dirección:

http://josemiguelgarcia.net/padrerico

Para obtener este descuento del 20% tienes que entrar con el anterior enlace y poner en la casilla de cupón “emprendedor” todo en minúsculas.

03 Robert Benninga - Boost jouw bedrijf met couple power  

Robert Benninga is te gast bij Power Talks Podcast van Janneke Stielstra, hij vertelt hoe je jouw bedrijf een boost kunt geven met couple power. Wie is Robert Benninga? Robert S. Benninga is één van Europa's topsprekers op het gebied van leiderschap. Hij is bekend van mindpower, teampower en couple power. Hij gaf 17 jaar leiding aan succesvolle bedrijven als Hyatt Hotels USA, AHOLD, De Bijenkorf, WE international en de METRO Group. In 1991 richtte hij Mindpower International n.v. op. Recent richtte hij teampower en couple power op. Wat ga je tijdens deze Power Talk podcast leren? Wat is het beste advies wat Robert Benninga ooit heeft gekregen? Hoe breng je je relatie van een 8,5 naar 15 plus? Hoe kunnen mannen en vrouwen en elkaar beter begrijpen? Hoe tilt het stoplicht principe jou naar het volgende niveau? Genoemde links in deze aflevering Waar kan je meer informatie vinden over Robert Benninga? Robert Benninga Mindpower Couple power 03 Power Talks: Robert Benninga Video over de stage van het leven In de Power Talk podcast heeft Robert Benninga het over een video over de stage van het leven. Hier onder kan je deze video bekijken. Wat heb je gemist? In aflevering 2 vertelde Anne Raaymakers haar geheim hoe zij altijd volle zalen trekt. Wat ga je ontdekken in de volgende aflevering? In de volgende aflevering is Jacqueline Hulleman te gast. Zij vertelt hoe je kunt spreken zonder stress. Abonneer je op mijn podcast Stap 1: Download op je smartphone de gratis podcast app Stap 2: Zoek naar: Power Talks podcast met Janneke Stielstra Stap 3: Klik op abonneren Deel mijn Power Talks podcast via social media Ik hoop dat je hebt genoten van de podcast. Als je dit artikel over Robert Benninga interessant vindt deel het dan met andere ondernemers. Deel mijn Power Talks podcast door te klikken op één van de sociale media knoppen. Laat een reactie achter Belangrijk: Laat jouw reactie en eventuele aanvullingen achter. Ik waardeer het zeer als je een review achterlaat via Itunes. Dit helpt mij om een nog groter bereik te krijgen met de Power Talks podcast.

052: Robert Biswas-Diener  

 

This week we talk to Robert Biswas-Diener about the upside of your dark side.

Robert Biswas-Diener  is a psychologist, author and instructor at Portland State University. Biswas-Diener's research focuses on income and happiness, culture and happiness, and positive psychology.  Robert has written a number of books including Happiness: Unlocking The mysteries of Psychological Wealth and The Courage Quotient, and his latest book is called The Upside of Your Darkside:Why Being Your Whole Self, Not Just Your "good"Self -Drives Success and Fulfilment which was co-written with Todd Kashdan.

 In This Interview Robert and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable. Embracing both sides of our nature. The benefits of anger, guilt and other "negative" emotions. Thinking of emotions as a thermometer. How only having positive emotions is like breaking a thermometer. How we may not get as stuck in negative emotions as we think we do. The benefits of being emotionally agile or flexible. How avoidance and suppression is a bad approach. That suppression is a very blunt tool and you can't selectively suppress certain emotions. How avoidance is "the tectonic issue of our times" Comfort addiction- we have the ability to be more comfortable than any time in history. How comfort is not the same as happiness. Finding the middle ground between comfort and effort. Knowing is not the same as doing. "Avoiding problems also means avoiding finding the solution to them". Emotional Time Travel Errors. Allowing ourselves to experience disappointment. How the ability to tolerate some degree of psychological discomfort is one of the key attributes to successful living. Robert Biswas Diener Links

Robert Biswas-Diener Homepage

Robert Biswas -Diener Coaching Training Program

Robert Biswas Diener on Twitter

Robert Biswas-Diener TED Talk

 

 

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OSR 057: Green Beret, Robert Lewis On Goals, Fears, and Life  

Operation Self Reset Episode 57: Green Beret, Robert Lewis on Goals, Fears, and Life
 

In this episode of the Operation Self Reset podcast, Jake is talking with Green Beret Robert Lewis.

 

Robert comes from a long line of military men in his family. He originally never planned to join the military and went off to college. Then September 11th happened and served as a wake up call to Robert that the military was where he actually should be. Following the advice of his family members, he finished his education first and then headed off to basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia, after graduation.

 

Even though he was from a military family, enlisting and going through training taught Robert a lot about himself. He was surprised to find that he had a lot more potential, strength, and endurance than he knew once he cleared his mind and focused on the task ahead. Robert reminds us that this can be true even for those of us not in the military. If we clear our minds and focus on our tasks, we can push ourselves past the obstacles we think are in our way and achieve anything we want. You can choose to hide from your fears, or you can just do it and move ahead in life.

 

So how do you move forward? Robert explains how to set smart goals that can help motivate you and get you moving forward. Stay accountable to yourself and track your progress to push you harder in your quest.
Here’s what Jake and Robert talked about in this episode:

Embrace the Suck
Realizing your potential
Don’t let anything control you 100%

 
Mentioned in this episode:

Far From Centered podcast
Love Me When I’m Gone

 
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You can’t make big changes in your life if you stay in your comfort zone. Push yourself outside of your comfort zone and watch how your life changes. You can achieve your goals or do things you never imagined you could do by stepping outside of what you’ve always known.

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I love Mondays 81: Awesome Online Conferences: Wie und Warum? – mit Robert Gladitz  

In der heutigen Podcastfolge spricht Tim mit dem Youtuber und Unternehmer Robert Gladitz, auch bekannt als der digitale Tomaten-Nomade. Die beiden sprechen über Roberts Erfolg mit Online-Konferenzen und warum du auch eine solche Konferenz starten solltest.

Robert ist Gründer der Awesome Peoples Conference - kurz APC. Bei dieser sind Menschen zu Gast, die sich mit den Themen Entrepreneurship, Persönlichkeitsentwicklung und Lifestyledesign beschäftigen. Dabei ist es die große Stärke der APC, dass Zuhörer sowohl Online, als auch Offline daran teilnehmen können.

Durch das professionelle Aufzeichnen von Interviews mit spannenden Gästen, ist es Robert gelungen einen Mehrwert für die Teilnehmer der APC zu schaffen. Auf diese Weise ein Event aufzuziehen, erzeugt Win-Win-Win-Situation für alle. Robert erreicht sowohl Zuschauer, die Online als auch Offline beim Event dabei sein wollen. Die Gäste bekommen durch die Zuhörer eine größere Reichweite ihrer Message.

Die Zuschauer/Zuhörer selbst, können sich entscheiden: Macht es ihnen Spaß, live auf einem Event der APC am Start zu sein, sich mit gleichgesinnten Leuten zu verbinden und eventuell ein paar Worte mit Robert und dem Gast zu wechseln, oder: Sind sie vorrangig an der Wissensvermittlung interessiert bzw. ist es ihnen nicht möglich vor Ort teilzunehmen - was dafür spricht, sich die Videos online anzuschauen. Diese Flexibilität gefällt vielen Menschen sehr gut, was sicherlich einer der Gründe für Roberts Erfolg ist.

Zudem gelingt es Robert durch geschicktes Marketing seine Followerschaft auf den verschiedensten Kanälen anzusprechen, z.B. auf YouTube, Facebook, E-Mail und auch live. Zudem gibt er viele Informationen kostenlos heraus - was dem Modell des Inbound Marketing enspricht. Durch geschickte Verknappung und zeitlich begrenzten kostenlosen Zugang zu den Interviews schafft er es, Leute davon zu überzeugen, sich ein Paket der APC zu kaufen.

Shownotes:

Awesome People Conference II
Roberts Website
Roberts YouTube Channel

Der Beitrag I love Mondays 81: Awesome Online Conferences: Wie und Warum? – mit Robert Gladitz erschien zuerst auf EARTHCITY.

Ep. 116 - Robert Kurson: A Life's Obsession With No Way Out  

If you're into hunting for buried pirate treasure then this is the show for you. Today I'm very happy to welcome bestselling author Robert Kurson to the podcast. Robert has just released Pirate Hunters: Treasure, Obsession, and the Search for a Legendary Pirate Ship. This is the second book featuring John Chatterton and is about his quest with John Mattera to find the ship of the infamous pirate Joseph Bannister. Bannister, a gentleman and business owner working with shipping companies in the Caribbean, one day turned pirate and stole a boat named The Golden Fleece, setting off on a pirate's adventure for years. Treasure hunting may seem like a romantic,  childish notion, but most treasure hunters are often seeking adventure, encountering huge adversity in their search and often risking all to solve the mysteries they encounter beneath the water. Chatterton (a police officer) and Mattera (a commercial diver) worked all week, used their savings, and spent every free minute of their time searching for this long lost ship. Shadow Diverswas Robert's first book featuring Richie Kohler and John Chatterton on their quest to solve the mystery of a WWII German U-boat found off the New Jersey coast in 1991 and how the questions surrounding this discovery would haunt these men, their marriages, and ultimately challenge every aspect of their lives. In Robert's first book, Crashing Through, he tells the story of Mike May who was blind from the age 3 and regained his vision at age 46 via a rare stem-cell transplant procedure. May had lived a very fulfilling life as a blind person, and actually delayed doing this procedure for over a year. Robert learned the lesson of storytelling early on. Growing up he was regularly brought out of school, sometimes for extended periods of time, to travel the country. By age 8 he had visited all 48 continental United States. This time away allowed him to get a first-hand sense of the power of storytelling. This unconventional upbringing also empowered Robert to discover and follow his passion from an early age. Robert recounts how he found himself utterly miserable living the life of a typical day-job employee. A graduate of Harvard Law School, he feels lucky that he was miserable enough to have the courage to do something as daring as leaving a high-paying, comfortable job to pursue his passion, just like John Chatterton did years ago. Robert and James agree that a good barometer of your happiness in a job is how you view the people you work with. If you enjoy the people you're working with then you can be happy at your job. If you don't enjoy being around attorneys, for example, then there's virtually no chance you'll be happy at work every day as an attorney. Thanks so much for listening Regards, David Newman P.S. Have you entered yet? Here is YOUR CHANCE to WIN a year's worth of James Altucher's favorite books from The James Altucher Show podcast.   P.P.S. If you enjoyed this episode of The James Altucher Show, please leave a review or a rating on iTunes. I read every review and it helps to make the podcast better.

Experiences: How to Stand Out in a New Age of Marketing  

Are you looking for a competitive advantage? Have you thought about creating experiences for your audience? To learn how to create experiences and why they are essential to stand out in this noisy world, I interview Robert Rose. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing. In this episode I interview Robert Rose, chief strategy officer at the Content Marketing Institute. He's co-author of Managing Content Marketing and co-host of the This Old Marketing podcast. His latest book is called Experiences: The 7th Era of Marketing. In this episode Robert will explore how creating experiences can help you stand out in a noisy world. You'll discover businesses doing experiences right, as well as how to get started creating experiences for your audience. Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below. Listen Now You can also subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher. How to subscribe/review on iPhone. Here are some of the things you'll discover in this show: Experiences The book's premise Robert says he and co-author Carla Johnson believe we're moving into a new era of marketing. Marketing school textbooks (which stop around the mid-1990s) teach the five eras of marketing. All eras last about 20 years. According to Robert, we are now in the 6th era, which is relationship marketing. The Relationship Era was kicked off in the early 1990s with The One to One Future by Dr. Martha Rogers and Don Peppers, which gave birth to the CRM movement. As we move into 2015, Robert explains, we are evolving into a new era. "Developing delightful, informative, useful experiences from marketing's lens is really the new way to formulate a marketing strategy going forward," he says. Robert shares more about the evolution of the eras and how they inform this new one. From the early 1990s and into the Internet era (the late 1990s and early 2000s) the goal was to figure out how to develop a database or a relationship with our consumer and deepen it through the use of data, as well as how to assemble richer data sets around the consumer to be able to deliver a better product or service to that consumer, using that relationship. This is what gave birth to the CRM movement as we know it today. As this era progressed, and social media within it, relationship development between a brand and its consumers became more complex. These days, digital more broadly disrupts how we relate to consumers, since we now have to establish a relationship from that first meeting and beyond. That expansion of marketing's responsibility for the full life cycle of the consumer, and the complexity brought on by all of the different channels, are creating a real evolution of marketing. We need to develop more compelling experiences to be able to delight those customers at various stages of their journey. Listen to the show to discover more about the book. What Robert means when he talks about experiences  When a business creates a website or something with a physical dimension, such as a conference or a print magazine, it's creating an experience for its audience. The hope is to deliver value that's separate and discrete from the company's product or service. Robert shares a few examples. Kraft makes macaroni and cheese, as well as other products. However, Kraft's Food & Family magazine and Kraft's online recipes are experiences. They are value delivered to a consumer that's separate from the company's products. Another example would be a home cookware shop that teaches cooking classes as a means of providing a physical experience. The shop is trying to align its brand or a need or want, and is doing so by creating an experience for its customers.

Robert Kiyosaki - Rich Dad Poor Dad  

Robert Kiyosaki is a legend.  His groudbreaking book Rich Dad Poor Dad sold 26 million copies and made the bold statement "Don't work for money, make money work for you."WATCH THIS FULL EPISODE FOR FREE: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/robert-kiyosaki-rich-dad-poor-dad/In fact after we recorded this interview I downloaded the audiobook of Rich Dad Poor Dad and listened to it for six hours straight.  After taking finance courses from the Sloan School of Management at M.I.T., trading interest rate derivatives on Wall Street, bond futures in Chicago, and credit derivatives in London, I had NEVER heard the controversial and counterintuitive arguments that Robert puts forth.  I find it very hard to argue with any of them.So get to work.  Seek out the assets in your life and eliminate the liabilities.  And this not only includes identifying the "cash flow positive" investments but also the "energy flow positive" relationships in your life too.You can see that Robert and I started going very deep at the end of this conversation when he explained the difference between a free spirit, a warrior spirit, and a corporate spirit.  I only wish we could have continued diving deeper...I think Robert really had something he wanted to tell me.Next time.Chapters:00:00 Trailer.01:07 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.07:04 Brian’s Introduction.07:28 The harder you work for money the poorer you get.09:40 Seeking children’s education that allows questioning of conventional employment pathways.11:42 Good debt and bad debt.13:18 Inside each one of us is a poor person.14:15 The middle class philosophy for education and employment.15:20 Importance of service. Robert’s views on war.16:50 The entitlement mentality, how do we change that?17:53 Fighting your inner wimp.19:56 Should children be educated in finance and business?22:11 Robert’s family still think he should get a pay cheque.23:14 The major stumbling block for today’s young entrepreneurs.25:34 How the American tax system benefits entrepreneurs.29:05 What going into his subconscious allows him to do.31:23 The secret to having a long marriage.32:43 Where will the spirit move him next?34:53 Brian’s summing up.FULL SHOW NOTES: https://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/robert-kiyosaki-rich-dad-poor-dad/

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