tangerine dream

  • Episode 20 ~ Antrorse Sweater & More!

    · Susan B. Anderson Podcast

    Hi, Knitters,Episode 20 is up on YouTube. If you'd like to watch directly or subscribe on YouTube click here. If you'd like to subscribe on iTunes or find out more click here.I talk about a lot of different things today and this podcast is recorded on a couple of different days. One thing I share is a new hat design of mine called Fairytale Winter. It is available in a kit created by Tangerine Designs that is up for pre-order on November 7th.The individual pattern will be available for download in my Ravelry Pattern Shop in January 2016. I will announce it when the pattern becomes available.For now please check out the Cold Sheep Kit! The Cold Sheep kit is super cute and Casey of Tangerine Designs does a fantastic job with everything in her shop. I have a few of her wonderful project bags and I have met her a couple of times in person. She is cute and friendly and fun.Click here for more pre-order Cold Sheep kit information.From Casey of Tangerine Designs:I'm planning on doing the Pre-orders Saturday, November 7 @ 10a.m. and 6 p.m. CST.  The Fairytale Winter hat and Melissa Tuttle Sibley's Slippery Slope Sock pattern will go out that week with the bags and extras to follow in December. Fairytale WinterClick here for all of the information on the Fairytale Winter hat pattern!Thank you to my lovely Miss Molly for modeling and to my son for his photography.Fairytale WinterHere are the links for the rest of Episode 20:Antrorse Sweater by Shannon CookQuince & Co.Baa-ble Hat Drawing Nigh ShawlFairytale Winter HatTangerine Designs Arne & Carlos Sock YarnWooly Moss Roots buttonsKarbonz dpnsSignature Needle Arts dpnsLowland Original project bagsaaharrison Red Maple Leaf yarn bowlHue loco on EtsyHue loco on YouTubeGale's Art (sock blanks)Highland Handmades Green Ash Worsted in the Kineo colorwayBernat Faux Fur pom-pomMelissa Leapman Stitch Dictionary (a great book!)Knit-Today UK magazineSeathwaite Hat (free pattern!)Okay, dear friends, I think that is it for today. Enjoy the episode and the links. I'll be back soon with more...xo ~ susan

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  • Secret #6: How To Do SEO The Right Way By Using The Dream 100

    · Marketing Secrets

    The dream 100 isn’t just for JV partners… it’s the key to ALL traffic. On this episode of Marketing Secrets Russell talks about immersing himself in SEO stuff over the weekend and how that has got him thinking about getting creative about getting traffic. Here are some of the cool things he mentions in this episode: How you can use Dream 100 strategies with people who write magazine articles to get more traffic. How you can find out who is dominating each platform (i.e YouTube, Instagram) and use them to build your Dream 100. And find out why Russell is looking at strategies he used 10 years ago to help gain traffic. So listen below to hear how to do SEO the right way using the Dream 100. ---Transcript--- What’s up everybody, this is Russell Brunson. Welcome to Marketing Secrets. I’m here in my house today about to head out to my son’s kindergarten graduation which is pretty excited. It was cute, we were talking about it last night and he was like, “What’s graduation mean?” so we had to kind of explain that. But I’m super excited. We’re heading out and so many cool things, but the one downside to doing a podcast where it’s also a video, so those who are listening on iTunes, you go to marketingsecrets.com there’s also a video version of these. I used to do them on my phone all the time, which is a lot easier and I could do it more often. So I had a bunch of things on my mind that I wanted to share with you guys, that I have had a chance to til right now. So I had a few minutes and wanted to kind of just hang out with all my marketing secrets people. So a couple things, one is if you listened to last week’s episode, or the last episode I did, it talked about faith. You have to have faith first in a mentor, business, products, all those kind of things. Because otherwise everyone would do it, it takes away all the joy and excitement and the fun and all those things disappear. There’s a book, a lot of my Mormon friends know. It’s called Faith Proceeds a Miracle. Without getting into the content of the book, just the title was right. Think about that. Faith proceeds a miracle, you want a miracle, launch a business, change the world, whatever. It starts with faith. Faith in yourself, the process, in it all. I’ll leave that there. So today what I want to talk about, if you listened to me talk recently I’ve been talking about how transitions going from zero to a million dollars a year, a million to ten, and ten to a hundred and it’s interesting, the different mindset tweaks and the creativity switch. To go from zero to a million is all about figuring out your what and how. What is it you’re selling and how are you going to sell it. Once you figure that out it’s easy to get to a million bucks. Then a million to ten is all about figuring out acquisition funnels to get people in, ascension funnels to ascend people up and monetization funnels, and that’s the next phase in the process. The third phase is traffic, like how to convert cold traffic and more traffic, things like that. And our job as entrepreneurs is to shift our creativity from figuring out the what and how, as soon as you figure that out it’s transitioning our creativity to the front end and back in ascension funnels. After you figure that out and get those in place, it’s transitioning to our creativity in traffic and lead generation. So what’s cool is that in our company, the first two phases are done, and it’s fun because the Two Comma Club coaching, which we launched a couple of months ago, is all about focus and getting people from zero to a million, the what and the how. And then the inner circle is about the second phase, which is going from 7 to 8 figures, which is all about figuring out the acquisition, ascension and monetization funnels. And the next phase is where my next group of people, I’m thinking about opening another group, called the inner, inner circle. I don’t know what it is. It will be really, really, obviously a lot more expensive, but the goal of that one is going to be traffic, and creativity in traffic, because that’s what we’re doing right now, it’s my focus. Thinking about this. All weekend long, I started geeking out on SEO again, which I swore I would never do, I hated SEO. But as I started thinking about this, SEO, I’ve had times in our company where we were ranked number one for work at home, and internet marketing, internet marketing strategy and all these other cool key words. But we did it the gray hat way, shades of gray…I don’t know. There’s black hat stuff that we didn’t really do, there’s gray hat that we definitely did, and then there’s white hat that’s too annoying and takes too long. But this weekend I started re geeking out on it and thinking about it. And looking at the white hat strategies, I always hate them because they seem so slow and organic, like SEO is supposed to be. But then I realized that it doesn’t have to be slow and organic, it just has to, you get the right things to the right people. And it’s funny because I was geeking out and studying and learning and all this stuff, and I had this weird impression that I was just, the way to rank in SEO, it’s the same principle. We talk about this inside the Fill Your Funnel Course, I talk about it in Expert Secrets. I talk about it over and over again, it’s the concept of the Dream 100. The Dream 100 is key. Chet Holmes, who I learned it for, used that to sell advertizing in magazines. And also he used it to get his screen play written and published by Hollywood. I’ve used it to generate affiliates. But the Dream 100 is also the key to SEO ranking, it’s also the key to Instagram influencers and it’s the key to YouTube, all these traffic strategies in Dream 100 are the key. Some of you guys are like, “Russell, no it’s not. It’s all about whatever….back linking, keywords.” But think about it. We hired Neil Patel to come do a training with us. We paid him $20 grand to come hang out for the day and kind of just look at our stuff and give us feedback on the SEO side. He said basically, “Blog every single day, you need to get links from the best sites, like Forbes and Ink and things like that.” And the data service was $20-30 grand a month, but they get you some links from these high quality sites. And at first it was magic to me. I don’t know how to get a link from Forbes, that doesn’t make sense. Then we started working with Andrew O’Brien, who does our PR stuff, and that’s what he was doing. Getting links from all these sites. We’ve been written in Forbes a couple times now, and Entrepreneur and Ink and we’re getting these links back and we’re seeing rankings. And what’s interesting though, I’ve been interviewed by all these different writers and sites, and I realized, they’re just people, just like all of us. And the Dream 100 works on people. So let’s just say I wanted to get ranked for whatever, instead of me going back and doing it all black hat link building and all that crap we used to back in the day that was really fun and automated, it was really fun. Not going to lie. But instead of that, what if you just build. Here’s the Dream 100 list on people’s site, that I want to write an article about me or let’s say you go to Huffington Post, here’s the Dream 100. Because Huffington Post, Fox news, all these have tons of writers, so make your Dream 100 list of the writers who write those sites, and we focus on the Dream 100 towards them. To get them to write about us. Let’s say there’s a hundred writers, I do the Dream 100 strategy to the top 10, or 20. Doesn’t have to be 100 people. But the top 20 writers on Huffington Post or Forbes or whatever and we market to those people and those relationships with those people and all the stuff we talk about in the Dream 100 and I get those people to write articles. Now let’s say I get 10, 20, 30 articles written from Forbes, Ink, Entrepreneur, that will rank me for most major keywords. Who are the sites that are already ranking for our key words. Dream 100 those people and figure out how to get on those pages. I don’t know what It’s called, but let’s say you type in internet marketing, I might not be able to get ranked number one in internet marketing, but who are those top 10 people, but let’s Dream 100 those people and become friends with them and maybe I can get a banner up on their site or a pop up, or email number one in their email sequence. You know a million other things. There’s so many ways to do it. The dream 100 is the key. It’s interesting. It’s key there, in YouTube, let’s say you want to dominate YouTube. Okay, who’s my dream 100 there that already have visitors and eyeballs and what can I do to get to them. A good example, JP Sears, who I love his videos. He’s one of our Dream 100. We met him and paid him a little money to come to our event, made a video with him, and he shared that video we made of him telling his thing on his page and got a half a million views. Half a million people from one person on my Dream 100. On a Facebook and YouTube channel, that’s it. It makes you think, it works everywhere. Instagram, I want to dominate Istagram, Twitter, wherever you’re at, who are the people that are already dominating? Dream 100 them, build relationships, rapport, buy ads, all those things. So we have a traffic meeting a little later on today and this is the topic of the traffic meeting, within my internal team, Dream 100. And we’re going to be doing SEO and YouTube are our two biggest. And basically YouTube is because we’re trying to….SEO started because we were trying to do better on SEO on our videos and then I kind of geeked out all weekend on it. I don’t know about you but I’m a big fan of immersion. This is kind of my learning style. I’ll get excited about learning something and I’ll go deep really fast and don’t sleep for 3 or 4 days, which is what I d

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  • 411: Ryan Hurd | Dream Like a Boss

    · The Art of Charm | Confidence | Relationship & Dat

    Dreams can increase your emotional IQ. "The creative mind awake and asleep is the same mind." -Ryan Hurd The Cheat Sheet: Do we all dream, whether we remember or not? Why napping is a good thing. One of the top ten most common dreams is what? Dream work vs dream interpretation: what's the difference? What is dream incubation? And so much more... Do you remember your dreams from last night? Whether you do or not science has shown we all dream. Joining us to discuss the science of dreams and other dream-related topics is Ryan Hurd, dream expert and author of several books on dreaming including Dream Like a Boss. On this episode of The Art of Charm we dive into lucid dreaming, how dreaming is akin to creative workshopping your problems and how dreams can act as red flags for health problems. Click Here to Support The Show and Check Out HostGator! More About This Show Ryan's journey into dreams began at a young age. He remembers having very vivid dreams as a child, and being fascinated by them. At 14 he began a dream journal to chronicle his experiences. Although he became a field archaeologist after college, a decade later he returned to school to study his passion: dreams. He earned an MA in the Consciousness Studies program at John F Kennedy along with a Certificate in Dream Studies. He has worked with dream researchers and experts throughout his career. On this episode Ryan shares us with his scientific and practical application of dreaming. Practically speaking sleep is the third pillar of health, without it diet and exercise don't have nearly the same positive impact as they do when we're sleeping properly. We have to start with good sleep before we can do any quality dream work, like lucid dreaming. Once good sleep is in place our dreams can help us understand what's really important (and who), face our fears and anxieties, increase our emotional IQ and come up with solutions to pressing problems. Ryan says if we have a recurring dream about something or someone there's a lesson in it for us, our sleep is trying to tell us something. Have you had several dreams about a former lover from a decade ago? It doesn't necessarily mean you should contact that old flame. Instead, take that feeling you have from the dream and notice when you have that same feeling in real life: your dream is trying to guide you so you can change your response in that situation. Or if you find yourself dreaming about those bullies from elementary school time and again, use that dream to respond differently; you can use your dream to face those bullies, stand up for yourself and finally work through the fear and anxiety you felt in that situation. You'll have become more powerful in your dream and in real life. And you can use dreams to help you with current day issues: if you're faced with a problem or situation that you don't know how to resolve in real life your dreams can provide options and potential solutions. First you must be adapt at remembering your dreams and you can start by keeping a dream journal.Once you're remembering your dreams you can write down your problem before you go to sleep, then write down your dreams when you wake up. Do this for at least 3 nights in a row and your dreams will provide answers. Ryan and I also explore the topic of lucid dreaming, including some of the latest technological advances in this area plus dream incubation and his dream app recommendations. Check it out on today's episode of The Art of Charm. THANKS RYAN HURD! If you enjoyed this session with Ryan, let him know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out on Twitter: Click here to thank Ryan on Twitter! Resources from this episode: Ryan Hurd's web siteRyan Hurd on TwitterDream Like A Boss, Ryan HurdDreams Cloud app, an app for dream journaling The Art of Charm bootcamps Also sponsored by: Click Here to Support The Show at our sponsors Mixergy!And Podcastone! You'll also like: -The Art of Charm Toolbox-Best of The Art of Charm Podcast On your phone? Click here to write us a well-deserved iTunes review and help us outrank the riffraff! Wanna leave a comment? Too bad! Email me instead (we read everything)! HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dug this episode, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from all the fluff out there. FEEDBACK + PROMOTION Hit us up with your comments and guest suggestions. We read EVERYTHING.  Download the FREE AoC app for iPhone Email jordan@theartofcharm.com Give us a call at 888.413.7177 Stay Charming!

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  • Tangerine and the iPhone Feature Film (with Chris Bergoch) GCS071

    · Go Creative Show

    Today we speak with Chris Bergoch, co-writer and co-producer of the film Tangerine, distributed through Magnolia films and shot entirely on the iPhone. The Go Creative Show is supported by Kessler - www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - www.rule.com PremiumBeat.com NewsShooter.com Shutterstock The PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Listen to this weeks full track: Jolly Polly by Alexis Messier Spotlight: Chris Bergoch Chris Bergoch and Sean Baker have been creative partners for years, each working on films, television shows and more. Their latest collaboration, Tangerine, has enjoyed incredible success, premiering at Sundance, being distributed by Magnolia films and most important, being loved by audiences around the world. Today we invite Chris Bergoch, co-writer and co-producer of Tangerine to discuss his writing process, securing funding, working with first time actors and the bold choice to shoot Tangerine entirely on an iPhone. We discuss the challenges and benefits of shooting on iPhone and how to get maximum production quality with a minimum budget. Making a film about transgender sex workers Why Donut Time in LA was the best location for this film The story of a broken heart resonates with a larger audience How they made the decision to shoot with iPhone Microbudget films Lighting for iPhone How watching your film with an audience gives you a different perspective Why the sub-par low-light capabilities of the iPhone worked for the look The apps and gear needed to make an iPhone a cinema quality camera and more... SOME LINKS MENTIONED IN THE EPISODE: Filmic Pro Stedicam Smoothy Tangerine Film Homepage Official Website for BC Media Productions SUBSCRIBE: SHOW SUPPORTERS: Kessler - Innovative Tools for Filmmaking www.kesslercrane.com Rule Boston Camera - Buy. Rent. Create. www.rule.com PremiumBeat - Premium Royalty-Free Music and Sound www.premiumbeat.com NewsShooter - Making the real world look as good as cinema NewsShooter.com Shutterstock - Premium Footage and Images Shutterstock.com

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  • Echoes feature - Remembering Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream

    · PRI: Echoes Interviews

    Edgar Froese, founder of the group Tangerine Dream, changed his cosmic address on January 20, 2015. We remember this groundbreaking, influential musician by looking back at our profile of Tangerine Dream, one of 20 Icons of Echoes. We hear from Edgar Froese himself, as well as several musicians who were inspired by Tangerine Dream.

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  • J.M. DeBord | Dream Interpretation, Symbolism & The Subconscious - The Higherside Chats | Conspiracy and Paranormal Podcast

    · The Higherside Chats | Conspiracy and Paranormal Podcast

    Join The Higherside Chats podcast as host Greg Carlwood talks dream interpretations, Carl Jung, and more with guest, J.M. DeBord.While many of us spend our time contemplating our reality, and dissecting possible scenarios to help us explain and understand this mysterious experience of life, we may be overlooking a critical piece to comprehending the consciousness puzzle: the Dreamtime.Not only are sleep and dreaming crucial components required for survival that consume approximately one third of our overall lifespan, but deciphering their symbolism and significance can help us to better understand our unacknowledged subconscious desires.And fortunately, today's guest, J.M. Debord is not only the leading dream interpreter, learned man, and author of books such as "Dreams 1-2-3" and "The Dream Interpretation Dictionary", but he can also be found on the forums of Reddit as moderator extraordinaire at r/DreamInterpretation.3:10 J.M. begins by divesting what sparked his interest in dream interpretation, the use of dreams in understanding the bigger picture and their symbolic language. His fascination of the mind, both conscious and subconscious, the work of Carl Jung, and his exploration of psychiatry, helped lay the base for DeBord's continuing education and exploration of dreams and his publication of books such as "Dreams 1-2-3" and "The Dream Interpretation Dictionary". He also discusses the reasons we dream ranging from biological and physical, to emotional and spiritual.13:00 With very few things connecting all of humanity, dreaming and death are universally experienced by everyone throughout human history. J.M. discusses insights gleaned from moderating Reddit, the role and purpose of our dreams, and how we can use our dreams to more deeply connect to our unconscious desires. DeBord also breaks down the sleep and REM cycle, the importance of recurring dreams and how we use dreaming to process our memory.25:00 Greg and J.M. discuss the various ways we can improve our reception of this symbolic form of communication with our subconscious, otherwise known as dreaming. DeBord familiarizes listeners with the dream template, the processes used to unpack the subconscious mind, and ways symbolism can be successfully applied in dream interpretation. 32:42 DeBord dives deeper into the symbolism interpretation by expanding on some of the more popular themes, conventional scenes and symbols in dreams. He covers the common motifs including: vehicles, homes, school, zombies, ex-love interests, aliens abductions and UFOs.47:20 Continuing with their conversation regarding alien abductions in dreams, Greg and J.M. discuss one of the more extreme examples covered by DeBord, the infamous "fisting" dream.Become a Plus Member at www.TheHighersideChatsPlus.com/subscribe to hear a second hour of all THC episodes. This week's included:- dreams and DMT- shared dreams, at different times- cases of prophetic dreams, and picking winning lottery numbers in the dream state- getting insight into past lives in your dreams- falling in love in dreams with people that we never meet in waking life, and cases where we do- increasing dream retentionA few valuable resources from the interview: The Dream Theories of Carl Jung: http://dreamstudies.org/2009/11/25/carl-jung-dream-interpretation/Reddit- r/DreamInterpretation: https://www.reddit.com/r/DreamInterpretation/ Want more J.M. DeBord? Check out his website "J.M. DeBord Dream Interpretation": https://dreams123.net/ Find him on Reddit as a moderator of r/DreamInterpretation: https://www.reddit.com/r/DreamInterpretation/Under userrname RadOwl: https://www.reddit.com/user/RadOwl Or, grab one of his books, including "Dream 1-2-3" and "The Dream Interpretation Dictionary" for a deeper look into the symbolism used in dreams and their function of bringing the subconscious mind forward: https://www.amazon.com/J.M.

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  • Episode #289 – Grab The Big Pile Of Cash First

    · Marketing Secrets

    The process of going from hot to warm to cold traffic. On today's episode Russell talks about re-launching the Marketing In Your Car podcast and how that is going. He also talks about building a Dream 100 list and how that helps you grab big piles of cash before trying to market to a cold audience. Here are some cool things in this episode: The exciting new things happening with the Marketing In Your Car podcast. Why Russell tells people in his Inner Circle to grab the piles of cash in front of them before doing extra work to market to a cold audience. Find out what is happening with Russellbrunson.com and how you'll be able to watch him go from 0 to a million of his books sold. And how you can watch the each process by subscribing to the podcast, following Russell's blog, and by watching Funnel Hacker TV. So listen below to hear Russell's thoughts on the podcast, and his Dream 100 list. ---Transcript--- Hey everyone, this is Russell Brunson. Welcome to a freezing cold Marketing In Your Car. Boise has been covered in feet of snow, not foot, feet. Many feet of snow. Everything has been frozen. We’ve had three snow days in a row, back to back to back. But I had to get to the office today because we were doing a webinar, and I don’t trust my home internet connection as much as the office. Plus I miss everybody, I wanted to see them all again. I’ve been working from home the last few days. I still haven’t finished the book, it’s killing me. But we did get launched the Marketing In Your Car free MP3 player. So if you haven’t got yours yet go to marketinginyourcar.com. I’m guessing though if you’re listening right now, you’re probably on. We had to do a couple of things, I think I told you. Our old RSS feed, I totally screwed up on so we retired that podcast. So it’s, that one’s kind of paused. It says archived image there. And then if you come to the new one, that’s the one you’re listening to right now. And we’re all hanging out and having fun over here. And what’s been fun, by kind of restarting the thing and launching the free MP3 player, we were able to do a new launch around it, which is fun. So we’ve got over a thousand people in the first 24 hours have gotten a free MP3 player. So hopefully a thousand of you guys are listening to this, or more, that are new. And hopefully we’ll keep growing. I just appreciate all of you guys sharing and all the good feedback for the podcast. Makes me happy. In fact, today was really, really cool. One of my friends, he’s the Clickfunnels member and someone I met, I think at the first Funnel Hacking event, anyway, his name is Travis Cody. He sent me, I got this box in the mail today and I opened it up and there’s a video playing on the screen of this box, talking and it’s Travis talking. And then I looked down and inside of the box there’s these two huge books, and I pull them out and a lot of you guys know I’m Mormon, so there’s a Book of Mormon. It looks like a special font on it, different color and everything. And it looks like two Book of Mormons, but it’s the Book of Brunson. I’m like, what? I open it up and it’s all of my podcasts put in this book. It was the coolest gift I’ve ever gotten. I don’t know, he says he’s got an idea, so maybe we’re going to start selling these as an actual product, but it was super cool. So I got the Book of Brunson now. So if I start quoting scripture, I’m like, “The Book of Brunson, Chapter 2, Verse 16.” You’ll know what I’m talking about. It’s all coming from this podcast. It was a super cool gift from him. So thank you Travis if you’re listening. Appreciate that, it was really fun. It’s just been fun re-getting excited about this podcast. I’ve been doing it for so long now and at first, I don’t think anyone listened for a long time. But I was doing it because I thought it was fun. And the cool thing is that, because of the way I set up the RSS feed, I had no way to check if people are actually listening. Which is actually helpful because then I didn’t know if anyone was listening, so I didn’t assume people were listening. Now,  a few years later, I know we’ve got a lot of listeners. Now that we’re moving things over I’ll actually be able to see how many people are listening and downloads and all that kind of stuff. So that will be kind of fun. But regardless, it’s something I enjoy and it’s been hugely beneficial for me, just to get out my thoughts and ideas and what I’m thinking. And you guys have obviously have been a huge sounding board for me as we’ve gone from near bankruptcy when I started this podcast, to where we’re at today. And I just appreciate you guys listening and sharing and commenting. So if you guys are listening, please I love for you to come and comment on the new feed because we switched over, obviously there were zero stars, I think we’re like 35 or 40 stars now, so that’s good. But the more you guys can come and comment, let me know. Right now, especially for the next week or two, I’m really intently reading comments. So feel free to drop a comment. I’m sure I’ll read it, which will be kind of fun. With that said, welcome to the podcast, those of you guys who are new. So for those who are new, the way this works is as I’m driving to the office and back I just share cool ideas and things we are working on and stuff that I think would be helpful for you. I’m heading home from the office right now. I had a webinar today with JLD, John Lee Dumas, which was fun and worked awesomely. We helped serve his people well. We sold a bunch of Clickfunnels, which is the key to happiness for me and for them as entrepreneurs, as you know, which is really cool. And then afterwards we had a Dream 100 meeting. What is a Dream 100? As you listen and you guys catch up on my podcast, I talk about this a lot, but this is the foundation of promotion of business for me. So go back and find some of those calls where we go deeper. Basically Dream 100, who are the 100 people in your market that have your dream customers on their list right now, and how can you get them to promote you to their audience? When we launched the Dotcom Secrets book, we built the dream 100 list, and we started sending people Dream 100 gifts in the mail. We sent them copies of the new book that was coming out, we sent Ferrari key chains because we were giving away a Ferrari.  We did all these cool things, we kept sending them out. And we did that to get people to promote. And it’s funny because from that Dream 100 campaign, we got a whole bunch of people promoting the book that I didn’t have relationships with at all. We found who were all the top business podcasters that are out there. So I had a bunch of them and we started sending them the book and stuff. John Lee Dumas was one of them, I never met him at the time. A couple of days later I get an email saying, “Russell, your book is awesome. I want to promote it.” And now we’ve done 3 funnel hack webinars, he’s sold a few thousand copies of my book and we’ve made a bunch of money together. And it came from the Dream 100 concept. John was just one of the many people we did it with. But I built lists of 100 people, and honestly my Dream 100 list keeps growing and growing. And that’s what today’s meeting was about, kind of trimming that down. Who’s our Dream 100 for my next book launch coming up in April? And we’re putting those things together and kind of mapping out a strategy. And a couple of things I want to know. One thing, the book launch is at the end of April, so we’re like almost 3 1/2 months away. And we’re doing this now. A big part of this is digging the well before you’re thirsty. A lot of you will launch a product and then start going and bugging JV partners and stuff and it’s like no, do that work ahead of time. So we’re planning out now, we’ll be contacting everyone and getting people information so they can get it on the calendar,  and we’ll be sending copies of the book as soon as they come out. We’re trying to prepare for that and get it ready and build a good relationship with everybody before that. Just to kind of get people excited for the book. But it’s the foundation. So what’s cool is we have our new reality show that’s close to done called Funnel Hacker TV as well. So we filmed the Dream 100 process today so you guys will be able to see it soon. You’ll see how this is the foundation for everything we do in our business, building that list of partners. And initially…..my biggest goal of the Dream 100, if I can get them to promote my book or whatever the thing is that we’re selling, that’s the best. If I can get them to promote on a podcast, or through their blog or email, that’s number one. So we try that initially, but a lot of people can’t or won’t. So after that is done, we try the first phase, which is let’s get them to promote it, that’s a warm audience, excuse me that’s the hot. We got the hot and transition down to warm. The warm audience may not know me but I can market to Toni Robbins’ followers, or Tim Farris’ followers, or things like that on Facebook, so that’s a warm audience. People may know Toni and not me, but I can create a bridge page that bridges that gap between Toni and me, and then get them to buy the book or whatever the thing is, register for the webinar. So we start building bridge pages to our warm audience to bring them from there over. So that’s the second thing, taking the Dream 100 list we have and then going after them as a warm audience. We’re advertising directly to them as opposed to Toni or someone directly marketing to his people. So that’s phase number two in our Dream 100. And then phase number three is to go into cold traffic and stuff like that. So one cool thing we’re doing that’s not live yet, but may be live by the time you guys get this. Changing up Russellbrunson.com. So again, dependin

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  • Episode 156 Building You As A Dream Character

    · Worldbuilder's Anvil

    Today's Topic Starting reaching your goals by dreaming big Do you dream big? I do not mean for your fiction, but about your life. To be honest, I use to as a child. I was going to space as a fireman cowboy and nothing could stop me. Or so I though, Aging and gaining responsibilities took over my life as they have taken over the lives of so many other people.  I stopped dreaming big. I stopped planning and I started playing safe. Is it wrong to stop dreaming? Yes. It helps make our live small. It helps us live with regrets. We live with the knowledge that we have stopped even trying. We might or might not end up unhappy.  I was perfectly content. However, I know when I reached my deathbed I would have many regrets in my life.  I needed to start dreaming again. My wife, Kristin, and I came up with a way to start the process of living a life that made us work towards our dreams Introducing the Dream Catcher Assessment We developed the Dream Catcher Assessment, so we could find we could once again have a child-like view of our life, but come up with and adult plan to start trying to achieve our dream vision of ourselves. Join Michael, Kristin, and I as we talk about starting with dreams to plan our lives.   Please Subscribe, Rate and Review us on iTunes For complete Fantasy Worldbuilding, show notes go to Gardul.com   Podcast Show Flow Surprise C0-C0 Host Kristin Ingram from the Small Biz Life Podcast Jeff’s Big Announcement Moving from No Goal’s or Smart Goals to a dream first mentality Dreams and the Dream Catcher Assessment Please Subscribe, Rate and Review us on iTunes For complete Fantasy Worldbuilding, show notes go to Gardul.com   The Worldbuilding Task for the Day Do the Dream Catcher Assessment The Real-world Task for the Day Do the Dream Catcher Assessment   Michael's Resources Dream Catcher Assessment Use Gardul.com/Amazon when shopping online to help support the show Please Subscribe, Rate and Review us on iTunes For complete Fantasy Worldbuilding, show notes go to Gardul.com   Links ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Visit Show notes ))))))))))))))))))))))))) http://gardul.com/blog/episode-156-building-dream-character     ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Mentions links ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://www.smallbizlife.com/ https://www.smallbizlife.com/dreambig   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Rate and Review us in iTunes ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/worldbuilders-anvil/id956705643?mt=2   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Like our Facebook Page ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://www.facebook.com/GardulStories/   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Join our Facebook Group ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://www.facebook.com/groups/undercroft/   ((((((((((((((((((((((( Support us by using our Amazon Affiliate Link ))))))))))))))))))))) http://gardul.com/Amazon   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Jeff on Twitter  ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://twitter.com/JefferyWIngram

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  • IFH 111: Sean Baker: ‘Tangerine’ How to Shoot a Sundance Hit on Your iPhone

    · 01:18:26 · Indie Film Hustle® Podcast: Filmmaking | Screenwriting | Cinematography | Film School | Film Production | Independent Film

    Sean Baker: ‘Tangerine’ How to Shoot a Sundance Hit on Your iPhone I’ve recently been looking and studying alternative shoot methods to shoot a feature film. One name that keeps coming up is Sean Baker. His ground-breaking film Tangerine made more noise at the Sundance Film Festival  than the winner that year. The film was also produced by the indie film legends, Jay and Mark Duplass.

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  • #547: Top 5 Things We Learned At The Dissolve / Southpaw / Tangerine

    · Filmspotting

    For two years, members of The Dissolve staff put blood, sweat and tears into running their great film site – and all you get is a lousy top 5 list. Dissolvers Scott Tobias and Keith Phipps fill in for Adam and Josh, sharing the Top 5 Things We Learned At The Dissolve. Plus, reviews of SOUTHPAW with Jake Gyllenhaal and the indie transgender comedy TANGERINE. This episode is brought to you by MUBI and by Squarespace (code FILM). :00-2:32 - Billboard / MUBI 2:32-15:49 - Review: "Southpaw" Courtney Barnett, "Pedestrian at Best" 17:02-18:50 - Sponsor: Squarespace 18:50-25:14 - Notes / Massacre Theatre 25:14-36:51 - Review "Tangerine" Courtney Barnett, "Depreston" 38:10-38:59 - SVU Promo 38:59-53:34 - Top 5: Things We Learned At... 53:34-57:52 - Close MUSIC - Courtney Barnett NOTES - MT winner: Melanie Purser LINKS - The Dissolve on Facebook - Dissolve spinoff "The Solute" - Oscilliscope Labs' "Musings" Tumblr - Stanley Kubrick's favorite movies - Jessef's Squarespace site - Aaron's Squarespace site Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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  • Live Your Dream Life Now

    · Effortless English Podcast | Learn English with AJ

    Live your dream life now.  Do you dream of speaking English powerfully? Do you dream of making more money? Do you dream of an exciting life?  Do you dream of love?  Do you dream of meaningful work?  Do you dream of respect?  Of course you do.  Free text at: https://effortlessenglishclub.com/live-dream-life-now

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  • Episode 26| Radically Ambitious with Erin Bagwell and Komal Minhas Creators of Dream, Girl Film

    · Radically Loved Radio | Wellness | Health Coaching

    The Dream, Girl mission is to tell the amazing stories of inspiring female entrepreneurs and inspire the next generation. It’s time we stop telling girls they can be anything they want to be and show them how. Erin Bagwell and Komal Minhas sparked a movement through touring their documentary Dream, Girl. They are so inspiring and totally awesome! I am so grateful for both of these girls. I watched the Dream, Girl trailer and had to reach out. They share so much goodness from how we can be a part of their mission to what self-care is when you’re an overwhelmed entrepreneur. Radically Ambitious Erin and Komal Putting together a Kickstarter campaign and raising $100K in 30 days Knowing they were meant to work together and joining for Dream, Girl Helping the next generation of women filmmakers and giving back Sharing their mission of Dream, Girl and moving forward on new goals Radically Inspired Clarity We can’t take kindness for granted. We need to step up and take care of each other. Pause. When you can tell you’re depleted, make time for yourself. It’s a radical form of self love. We have this vision that the world is on our shoulders, we need to bring more light and bring more fun. Erin and Komal Answer… How will this film change the environment for women entrepreneurs? How do we begin to change the dynamic in the female community? What do you do to hit the reset button and find peace in your life? Radically Loved Quotes “You can only create from a place of fullness.” “We have to give ourselves permission to have the most radical transformations.” “We get lost in the goal. Bring it back to the work.” A Little More About Our Guests While working 9 to 5, Erin felt the doldrums of corporate America eating away at her soul. But outside of work, she poured her heart into telling the stories of inspiring women on her blog, Feminist Wednesday. Erin’s lifelong dream was to make a feature length film, and she realized she could combine her two passions by making a film about the amazing women she was meeting. So fueled by coffee, a drive to change the world, and a feminist agenda, Erin quit her job to launch a Kickstarter campaign that raised $100K in 30 days. Dream, Girl – the documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs – was born. Then Erin met Komal Minhas, and both their lives changed forever. Dedicated to amplifying the stories of women and girl’s Komal brings an unparalleled energy to producing, and creating new standards for distributing independent films. Business partners, and best friends these two work side by side and live only blocks away from each other in Brooklyn. Ready to take on Hollywood’s gender gap one ambitious film at at time. Dream, Girl premiered privately at The White House in May 2016, followed by the film’s sold out world premiere at the iconic Paris Theater in NYC. Dream, Girl was named the number one “Feminist Film to Watch” by Huffington Post. www.dreamgirlfilm.com/newsletter Radically Loved Retreat Love + Gratitude + Freedom in Thailand Ready for a truly transformative experience? Join me this February in Thailand. This retreat is about designing a road map to connect to love in your life. Getaway with like-minded individuals, eat really good food, take your yoga to the next level, and learn something new. Be sure to subscribe to our weekly Radically Loved Updates and listen on iTunes to make sure you never miss an episode! Radically Loved Retreat Love + Gratitude + Freedom in Thailand Ready for a truly transformative experience? Join me this February in Thailand. This retreat is about designing a road map to connect to love in your life. Getaway with like-minded individuals, eat really good food, take your yoga to the next level, and learn something new.

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  • Episode #100 – My One BIG Change I Made Last Year

    · Marketing Secrets

    We made one BIG change last year to our business, that seemed VERY small, yet helped us to more then double sales from the year prior. On this special 100th episode of Marketing In Your Car Russell talks about reminiscing on the previous year instead of making new years resolutions and the one big change he made in the last year. Here are some of the cool things you will hear in today’s episode: How to attract the right kind of people to your business. How to look at your clients and figure out what the end result needs to be. And to not be afraid even if your initial sales drop, because it will pick back up again when you attract your dream client. So listen below to find out how to attract your dream client to your business. ---Transcript--- Hey everyone, this is Russell Brunson and I want to welcome you to our 100th episode of Marketing in Your Car. Hey everyone, so it's been a little while since I've done a podcast and to tell you the real honest reason, it's because I promised you all that I would have a new jingle for the 100th episode and I haven't got one yet, so I've been delaying and delaying. Yesterday, I actually messaged on Facebook to my friends who yelled at me saying, “Dude, you don't have a podcast episode. Where are you at?” I'm going to repent and I'm just going to do one. Hopefully today I’ll figure out a new song for you. I appreciate you guys listening, and actually caring so that's really cool. Today, I'm driving actually to work out. I'm not sure if I’ll get my thoughts done by the time I get there so this may be one of those ones where I pause it and come back after my workout. It's the beginning of the year for me right now. If you're listening live, it's just after the new year. If you're listening to the recording or listening later, that's when I recorded this. It's interesting because it's been fun. I'm not a big New Year's resolution person but I am big at looking back at what happened over the last year and looking at the cool changes that happened in yourself as a person, as a business, and as a company, and all these different things, and then setting big, huge – I think the book Good to Great calls them BHAGs, big, hairy, audacious goals. I'm totally a big believer in that, setting huge goals for the years as opposed to resolutions. I've got some big goals we've set out. I started thinking over the last year and I looked at this time last year, where our company was at versus where we are right now. I got to tell you, it's like night and day. We had relaunched our little coaching program a little over a year ago. Some of you guys know, we at one time had 60 salespeople and we were selling coaching, $5000 packages of coaching, and it was a huge nightmare to be honest. I shut it down and for three years, we didn't sell coaching. We kept getting so many requests for it, we relaunched it last year. At the beginning of the year, it was really hard. We were trying to sell $5000 but the kind of people that we were getting in weren't that high quality, or the leads that were coming in. It was hard. I remember about this time last year making a conscious decision, thinking, “You know what? If I want to keep doing this business,” because I was burned out, I was turned, and I didn't really like it, “I've got to change the customers we have.” I started looking at that. To change our customers, I've got to change the bait that I'm using. I looked at the bait I was throwing out there to the world to attract people in and what was interesting is most of the stuff I was sending out, most of our offers and things like that were all business opportunity stuff. It was attracting someone who wanted to start a business. The problem with that is you're going to get some really good people who want to start businesses but you also get every person on earth who just wants to make a quick buck. It attracts the total wrong type of person. I was putting out these offers and putting out these landing pages and ads, and everything that was attracting biz op people. That's what I was getting. It was obviously the type of customer that we didn't really want to keep having, you know what I mean? That's kind of where last year had started. We made the conscious decision, we need to get a different type of customer so to do that, we need to create a different bait. If you've been following me for any amount of time, you know the bait we put out. We created a book called The 108 Proven Split Test Winners, and we launched it for free plus shipping, no continuity, nothing tricky, just let's give this amazing product out to the world and see what happens. We did that. Over the last year, we sold over 10,000 copies of the book, which you may be saying, “Well, Russell, that's not a big deal. It was free plus shipping. You didn't make any money on it.” But us putting that bait out there completely transformed our business. We started attracting the right people in our coaching program, and we figured out a couple of things. First off, our high ticket product back then was $5000. Over the last year, we've raised our prices where right now, our lowest ticket product that we sell through coaching is $10,000 and we're about to raise that again to $15,000. By increasing the price, what happened was the people that we didn't want to work with, the people who were struggling to pay $5000, they stopped signing up. What was cool was that the right person, the people that my bait was attracting, $10,000 was not that big a deal to them. They were people who had businesses, who had websites, who wanted to take it to the next level. Man, I tell you, for me, that customer is so much more refreshing, such a better type person to work with. Again, we made that our low end as $10,000 and we added a $25,000, and last year, we sold I don't know the exact numbers, but we sold 120 people at the $10,000 level and 30 something people at the $25,000 level. That's like what, one and a half million bucks in coaching sales. We did that with two salespeople, which is insane. We did it without that much effort. It all comes back to we changed the bait that we used to attract. We got the customers we wanted and customers who could afford coaching, those who wanted coaching. It's been pretty awesome. I'm at the gym right now. I'm pausing this recording. When I come back, we will finish this up. Hey everyone, I'm back. Just for the record, I want to say that I'm not one of the New Year's gym goers. I've been going consistently three times a week for the last five years. I didn't go to the real gym. I have a personal trainer so it's just me and him. I don't have to deal with the thousand other people. I'm not sure where I left off but I know I was talking about how we consciously picked who we wanted our dream customer to be. The second step then was go and create bait that would attract our dream customer. If we look at our Dot Com Secrets Labs, what's interesting about it is anyone who is a business opportunity seeker, if they saw that, they wouldn't know what it was. They wouldn't even pay the $10 shipping and handling because they don’t know what a split test is. They have no idea how that's going to help them but my dream customer, somebody who has a website, who is trying to figure out how to take it to the next level, the person I want to be working with, the people who I know can write a check for $10,000, $25,000, or $100,000, they see that and it's the right bait. I've had people who have tried this strategy, the free plus shipping things and they're like, “I attract crappy people because the price point is so low.” That's the wrong way to look at it. That's not true that you attract the wrong kind of person because of the bait you put out there. If you put out there a how to get rich quick product, you're going to get how to get rich quick people. If you put out there a product that's going to attract your dream customer, you'll get your dream customer. It's very important to really understand that, that the bait is key. After you've created the bait, then you got to come back. The bait has been created. Now where are my dream customers at? Where is the pond that they're at, trying to figure out where that's at. For us, targeting Facebook was big. We had to find other places, trying to find where are our dream customers. For us, when we were finding business opportunity seekers, it was way easier because the world is your ocean. They're everywhere. When we started identifying the right people, it shrunk our world down. The universe isn't as big for us to go after but it's a lot deeper. Like I said, we got 30 something people that pay us over $25,000 this year. We have two people that paid us for our million dollar program where they pay $100,000 up front and 10% of their profits. I can't go as wide. There aren't as many people to target but I can go way deeper with those people. Then the fourth step in the formula, first is find out who your dream customer is, what kind of bait you're going to create. Find out where to find those people, what's the pond you're fishing out of. The fourth one is where are you taking these people. What's the goal? I think I used to know the answer to this in my business and I think I was wrong in my goal was, “I'm going to get them into my high end coaching programs.” That's not what I'm looking for for number four here. The fourth is what's the result you want to get for somebody. I have a graph. I don't know if I mentioned, I'm launching my first real book. I'm going to try to get on the New York Times' bestseller list in March. You'll see this is chapter one. I talk about this concept. The fourth step is the result. Where are we trying to take this person? I have a picture of a mountain and me takin

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  • 01 - Jerry Lewis remembered and Tangerine Dream documented

    · Film Buffs Forecast

    Paul Harris is joined by filmmakers Mark Hartley and Gary Hillberg for an exploration of the music of Tangerine Dream. And Jerry Lewis aficionado Alan Finney remembers one of cinema’s true greats.

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  • Grand Theft Auto V – Cane and Rinse No.238

    · 01:59:59 · Cane and Rinse

    "Nothing looks more suspicious in America than someone who's actually prepared to make something."Leon, James, Jay and Sean take on Rockstar Games' critical and commercial behemoth, Grand Theft Auto V. The panel dissect the open world, the gameplay mechanics and the unholy trinity of characters, as well as the game's story and script. Expanding online component GTA Online is also on the menu and up for discussion. As usual we also get to hear about the experiences of the ever-reliable and articulate Cane and Rinse community on their experiences of playing one of the most successful games ever released.http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/podcast/cane_and_rinse_issue_238.mp3 Music used in this issue:Track 1: Welcome to Los Santos by Tangerine Dream/Woody Jackson/The Alchemist/Oh NoTrack 2: A Bit of an Awkward Situation by Tangerine Dream/Woody Jackson/The Alchemist/Oh NoCane and Rinse 238 was edited by Jay Taylor (@JaySevenZero).Do you have an opinion about a game we're covering that you'd like read out on the podcast? Then venture over to our forum and check out the list of upcoming games we're covering. Whilst there you can join in the conversations with our friendly community in discussing all things relating to videogames, along with lots of other stuff too. Sound good? Then come and say hello at The Cane and Rinse forumIn addition to this podcast, Jay recorded a conversation between himself and two other players of Grand Theft Auto Online - Richard Davison and Chris Hayes - exclusively discussing the online component and what it is that keeps them playing it.http://media.blubrry.com/caneandrinse/caneandrinse.com/conversational/conversational_gtao.mp3 DOWNLOAD MP3

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  • Echoes feature - Peter Baumann

    · PRI: Echoes Interviews

    Peter Baumann was a member of Tangerine Dream during their classic era that included albums like Phaedra, Rubycon, Stratosfear and Ricochet. He put out a few solo albums, then founded the influential Private Music label that launched the solo careers of Patrick O’Hearn, Yanni and Andy Summers as well as albums by Philip Glass, Suzanne Ciani, Ravi Shankar and Tangerine Dream. Ironically, Baumann never recorded any music himself for the label. He sold the company in 1996 and then disappeared from music. For the last 20 years he’s been running a philosophical think-tank, the Baumann Institute. But now he’s returned with his first new music in 33 years, an album called Machines of Desire. We plug in with Peter Baumann.

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  • SPOOKTACULAR IV: BROTHER VS BROTHER

    · 03:26:11 · Travis Bickle On The Riviera

    We have been talking about doing a Ridley Scott vs Tony Scott special since the earliest episodes of the show, and we're finally doing it now for this year's Halloween special. And due to the scope of the thing, it's longer than Steven Wright reading the unexpurgated bible aloud to DJ Screw. Today's show is part 1, please check out part 2 available this Friday. Here are career retrospective video interviews with Tony and Ridley Scott, please check these out. They've informed how we talk about each director going into the show.   THE SEGMENTS On this special episode your hosts Alternate Memphis Mafia Timeline Sean Witzke and Tucker Sayonara Stone are joined by the voice talents of: 0:00:00 - 3:26:09 - Roundtable Brother Vs Brother bracket, featuring 32 movies from the brothers with our brothers in arms Devil Brothers and Wet Donut In Aliens. Brothers? Brothers.  0:13:06 - 0:42:55 - The Duellists and The Hunger with John Keogh's 's Shadow Burned Into a Wall. 1:06:22 - 1:55:15 - The Counselor and Prometheus with Mater SuSarahia. 2:09:09 - 2:30:48 - Days of Thunder with Spawn of Mork. THE GUESTS   Morgan Jeske's latest comic is ●●●● Vol. I and it can be purchased here. He is also the co-host of this show, dummy.  David Brothers is the host of the Image Comics podcast The I Word, and hosted more panels at comic conventions this year than any human ought to.  John Keogh's webcomic is The Pillars of Fear, read it and taste the chain. He is also co-runner of SCRENSHOS. Sarah Horrocks is co-host of the Trash Twins podcast with Katie Skelly (Sean edits that), and you can read her latest comic, The Leopard, here.  John Schork's writing can be read at Village Machine.  THE MOVIES The films of Tony Scott The Hunger (1983), starring David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, Catharine Denueve, Cliff De Young, Beth Ehlers, and Dan Hedeya. Written by Ian Davis, Michael Thomas, and Whitley Streiber. Music by Danny Jaeger and Michael Rubini. Cinematography by Stephen Goldblatt. Editing by Pamela Power. Production design by Brian Morris. Costume design by Milena Canonero. Special makeup effects by Dick Smith.  Top Gun (1986), starring Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards, Tom Skerrrit, Michael Ironsides, and John Stockwell. Written by Jim Cash and Jack Epps Jr. Music by Harold Faltermeyer. Cinematography by Jeffrey Kimball. Editing by Chris Lebenzon and Billy Weber.  Beverly Hills Cop 2 (1987), starring Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, Jurgen Pronchow, Ronny Cox, John Ashton, Brigitte Neilsen, Allen Garfield, Dean Stockwell, Paul Reiser, Gilbert R. Hill, Chris Rock, and Paul Guilfoyle. Written by Larry Ferguson, Warren Skaaren, David Giler, and Dennis Klein. Music by Harold Faltermeyer. Cinematography by Jeffrey Kimball.  Editing by Chris Lebenzon, Michael Tronick, and Billy Weber. Revenge (1990), starring Kevin Costner, Madeline Stowe, Anthony Quinn, Tomas Milian, Sally Kirkland, Miguel Ferrer, and John Leguizamo. Written by Jim Harrison and Jeffrey Fiskin. Music by Jack Nitzsche. Cinematography by Jeffrey Kimball. Editing by Chris Lebenzon and Michael Tronick.  Days of Thunder (1990), starring Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, Cary Elwes, John C. Reilly, Fred Thompson, and Michael Rooker. Written by Robert Towne. Editing by Chris Lebenzon, Michael Tronick, Robert C Jones, Bert Lovitz, Stuart Waks, and Billy Weber. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by Ward Russell.  The Last Boy Scout (1991), starring Bruce Willis, Damon Wayans, Taylor Negron, Danielle Harris, Chelsea Field, Noble Willingham, Halle Berry, Kim Coates, and Bruce McGill. Written by Shane Black and Greg Hicks. Music by Michael Kamen. Editing by Stuart Baird, Mark Helfrich, and Mark Goldblatt. Cinematography by Ward Russell.  True Romance (1993), starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Gary Oldman, Brad Pitt, Sam Jackson, Bronson Pinchot, Chris Penn, Michael Rappaport, Saul Rubinek, James Gandolfini, Victor Argo, Kevin Corrigan, Paul Ben-Victor, and Ed Lauter. Written by Quentin Tarantino. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by Jeffrey Kimball. Editing by Michael Tronick and Christian Wagner.  Crimson Tide (1995), starring Denzel Washington, Gene Hackman, Matt Craven, Viggo Mortensen, George Dzundza, Jason Robards, and James Gandolfini. Written by Michael Schiffer and Quentin Tarantino. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski. Editing by Chris Lebenzon.  The Fan (1996), starring Robert Deniro, Wesley Snipes, Ellen Barkin, John Leguizamo, and Benicio Del Toro. Written by Phoef Sutton. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski. Music by Hans Zimmer. Editing by Claire Simpson and Christian Wagner. Enemy of the State (1998), starring Will Smith, Gene Hackman, Jon Voight, Lisa Bonet, Regina King, Barry Pepper, Stuart Wilson, Ian Hart, Scott Caan, Jake Busey, Jason Lee, Gabriel Byrne, Dan Butler, Jack Black, Jamie Kennedy, Seth Green, Anna Gunn, Tom Sizemore, and Jason Robards. Written by David Marconi. Music by Harry Gregson Williams and Trevor Williams. Cinematography by Daniel Mendel. Editing by Chris Lebenzon.  Spy Game (2001), starring Brad Pitt, Robert Redford, Catharine McCormack, Stephen Dillane, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, David Hemmings, Benedict Wong, and Charlotte Rampling. Written by Michael Frost Beckner and David Arata. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Cinematography by Daniel Mendel. Editing by Christian Wagner.  Man on Fire (2004), starring Denzel Washingston, Dakota Fanning, Christopher Walken, Radha Mitchell, Marc Anthony, Giancarlo Gianini, Mickey Rourke, Rachel Ticotin, and Jesus Ochoa. Written by Brian Hegeland. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Editing by Christian Wagner. Cinematography by Paul Cameron. Domino (2005), starring Keira Knightley, Mickey Rourke, Edgar Ramirez, Delroy Lindo, Monique, Mena Suvari, Christopher Walken, Lew Temple, Macy Gray, Jacqueline Bissett, Dabney Coleman, Ian Zering, Brian Austin Green, T.K. Carter, and Lucy Liu. Written by Richard Kelly and Steve Barancik. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Editing by Christian Wagner and William Goldenberg. Cinematography by Daniel Mendel.  Deja Vu (2006), starring Denzel Washington, Paula Patton, Val Kilmer, Jim Caviezel, Adam Goldberg, Erika Alexander, Elle Fanning, and Bruce Greenwood. Written by Terry Rossio and Bill Marsili. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Cinematography by Paul Cameron. Editing by Chris Lebenzon and Jason Hellman.  Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009), starring Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Luis Guzman, John Tutturo, and James Gandolfini. Written by Brian Hegeland. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Editing by Chris Lebenzon. Cinematography by Tobias A. Schliessler.  Unstoppable (2010), starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, Ethan Suplee, TJ Miller, Kevin Dunn. Lew Temple, Kevin Corrigan, and Kevin Chapman. Written by Mark Bomback. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Editing by Chris Lebenzon and Robert Duffy. Cinematography by Ben Seresin.  The films of Ridley Scott The Duellists (1977), starring Keith Carradine, Harvey Keitel, Albert Finney, Cristina Raines, Edward Fox, Tom Conti, Stacey Keach and Diana Quick. Written by Gerald Vaughn Hughes, cinematography by Frank Tidy, edited by Pamela Power. Music by Howard Blake.  Alien (1979), starring Sigourney Weaver, Yaphet Kotto, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, John Hurt, Harry Dean Stanton, and Ian Holm. Written by Walter Hill, David Giler, Dan O'Bannon & Ron Shussett. Cinematography by Vanlint. Design work by HR Giger, Moebius, Ron Cobb, Chris Foss, Carlo Rambaldi, Roger Christian, and Michael Seymour. Music by Jerry Goldsmith. Editing by Terry Rawlings and Peter Weatherly. Blade Runner (1982), starring Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, Daryl Hannah, William Sanderson, Brion James, Joe Turkel, Joanna Cassidy, and James Hong. Music by Vangelis. Cinematography by Jordan Cronenweth. Editing by Terry Rawlings and Marsha Nakashima. Design work by Syd Mead and David Synder. Screenplay by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples.  Legend (1985), starring Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent, Alice Playten, Billy Barty, and Annabelle Lanyon. Written by William Hjortsburg. Produced by Arnon Milchan. Music by (depending on which cut) Jerry Goldsmith and Tangerine Dream. Cinematography by Alex Thomson. Editing by Terry Rawlings. Design work by Assheton Gordon, Les Dilley, Norman Dorme, Ann Mollo, and Charles Knode. Special Makeup Effects by Rob Bottin.  Someone To Watch Over Me (1987), starring Tom Berenger, Mimi Rogers, Lorraine Bracco, Jerry Orbach, and John Rubenstein. Written by Howard Franklin. Music by Michael Kamen. Edited by Claire Simpson. Produced by Ridley Scott, Thierry De Ganay, and Harold Schneider.  Black Rain (1989), starring Michael Douglas, Andy Garcia, Ken Takakura, Kate Capshaw, Yusaku Matsuda, Shigero Koyama, Stephen Root, Jun Kumimura, Al Leong, and Luis Guzman. Written by Craig Bolotin and Warren Lewis. Produced by Craig Bolotin, Stanley R. Jaffe, Julie Kirkham, and Sherry Lansing. Edited by Tom Rolf. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by Jan De Bont. Production design by Norris Spencer.   Thelma & Louise (1991), starring Susan Sarandon, Geena Davis, Harvey Keitel, Christopher McDonald, Brad Pitt, Stephen Tobolowsky, Michael Madsen, and Jason Beghe. Written by Callie Khouri. Produced by Ridley Scott and Mimi Polk Gitlin. Music by Hans Zimmer. Editing by Thom Noble. Cinematography by Adrian Biddle. Production Design by Norris Spencer.  1492: The Conquest of Paradise (1992), starring Gerard Depardiu, Armand Assante, Ridley Scot, Fernando Rey, Frank Langella, Tcheky Kayro, Angela Molina, and Arnold Vosloo. Written by Rose Bosch. Cinematography by Adrian Biddle. Music by Vangelis. Production design by Norris Spencer.  White Squall (1996), starring Jeff Bridges, Caroline Goodall, Scott Wolf, Ryan Phillipe, Jeremy Sisto, Balthazar Getty, Zeljko Ivanek, and Ethan Embry. Written by Todd Robinson. Cinematography by Hugh Johnson. Music by Jeff Rona. Editing by Gerry Hambling.  G.I. Jane (1997), starring Demi Moore, Viggo Mortensen, Jim Caviezel, Anne Bancroft, Jason Beghe, John Michael Higgins, and Morris Chestnut. Written by Danielle Alexandra andDavid Twohy. Cinematography by Hugh Johnson. Edited by Pietro Scalia. Music by Trevor Jones. Production design by Arthur Max.  Gladiator (2000), starring Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Neilsen, Oliver Reed, Richard Harris, Djimon Honsou, David Hemmings, Tommy Flanagan, and Sven Ole Thorson. Written by David Franzioni, John Logan, and William Nicholson. Music by Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerard. Cinematography by John Mathieson. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max.  Hannibal (2001), starring Anthony Hopkins, Julienne Moore, Gary Oldman, Ray Liotta, Zeljko Ivanek, Frankie Faison, Giancarlo Giannini, and Francesca Niri. Written by David Mamet and Steve Zaillian. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by John Mathieson. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Norris Spencer.  Black Hawk Down (2001), starring Eric Bana, Josh Hartnett, Ewan McGregor, Tom Sizemore, Orlando Bloom, Sam Shepard, William Fichtner, Ewan Bremmer, Kim Coates, Hugh Dancey, Ron Eldard, Ioan Grufford, Zeljko Ivanek, Jeremy Piven, and Tom Hardy. Written by Mark Bowden and Ken Nolan. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by Slawomir Idziak. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production Design by Arthur Max.  Matchstick Men (2003), starring Nicholas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Alison Lohman, Bruce McGill, Bruce Altman, and Melora Waters. Written by Nicholas and Ted Griffin. Music by Hans Zimmer. Cinematography by John Mathieson. Editing by Dody Dorn. Production design by Tom Foden.  Kingdom of Heaven (2005), starring Orlando Bloom, Michael Sheen, David Thewlis, Liam Neeson, Eva Green, Edward Norton, Kevin McKidd, Martin Csokas, Brendan Gleeson, Jeremy Irons, and Ghasan Massoud. Written by William Monahan. Music by Harry Gregson Williams. Cinematography by John Mathieson. Editing by Dody Dorn. Production design by Arthur Max.  A Good Year (2006), starring Russell Crowe, Marion Cottilard, Albert Finney, Freddie Highmore, Rafe Spall, Archie Panjabi, and Richard Coyle. Written by Marc Klein. Music by Martin Streitenfeld. Cinematography by Phillipe Le Sourd. Editing by Dody Dorn and Robb Sullivan. Production design by Sonja Klaus.  American Gangster (2007), starring Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Cuba Gooding Jr., Chewitel Ejifor, Idris Elba, Josh Brolin, John Hawks, Lymari Nadal, Ted Levine, Rza, Yul Vazquez, Ruby Dee, Carla Gugino, John Ortiz, Joe Morton, T.I., Armand Assante, John Polito, Kevin Corrigan, Norman Reedus, and Anthony Hamilton. Written by Steve Zaillian. Cinematography by Harris Savides. Music by Martin Streitenfeld. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max.  Body of Lies (2008), starring Leonardo Dicaprio, Russell Crowe, Mark Strong, Golshifteh Farahani, Oscar Isaac, Ali Suliman, and Simon McBurney. Written by William Monahan. Cinematography by Alexander Witt. Music by Martin Streitenfeld. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max.  Robin Hood (2010), starring Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Max Von Sydow, William Hurt, Mark Strong, Oscar Isaac, Danny Huston, Eiileen Atkins, Mark Addy, Scott Grimes, and Lea Seydoux. Written by Brian Hegeland. Music by Martin Streitenfeld. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max. Cinematography by John Mathieson. Prometheus (2012), starring Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba, Guy Pearce, Rafe Spall, Logan Marshall-Green, Sean Harris, and Benedict Wong. Written by John Spaihts and Damon Lindelof. Music by Martin Streitenfeld. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski.  The Counselor (2013), starring Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Bruno Ganz, Rosie Perez, Dean Norris, John Leguizamo, Rueben Blades, Edgar Ramirez, Goran Visnjic, and Sam Spruell. Written by Cormac McCarthy. Music by Daniel Pemberton. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski.  Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014), starring Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver, John Tutturo, Aaron Paul, Ben Mendelsohn, Maria Valverde, and Ben Kingsly. Music by Alberto Iglesias. Editing by Billy Rich. Production design by Arthur Max. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski. Written by Adam Cooper, Bill Collage, Steve Zaillian, and Jeffrey Caine.  The Martian (2015), starring Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Pena, Sean Bean, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan, Aksel Hennie, Chewitel Ejifor, and Benedict Wong. Written by Drew Goddard. Music by Harry Gregson-Williams. Editing by Pietro Scalia. Production design by Arthur Max. Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski.  Also discussed on this episode: The Hardy Boys Case Files,  Commando, Nancy Drew, King of New York, The Babysitters Club, Joe Dirt, Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Idris Elba, The Open Curtain, Chuck Palahniuk, Tom Cruise, Mimi Rogers, 1984 Apple Commercial, Beyond the Sea, In the Heart of the Sea, James Spader, Kevin Spacey, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Boy and Bicycle, Takashi Miike, Woody Allen, Happiness of the Katakuris, Deadwood, Bad Lieutenant, Bride Wars, Barry Lyndon, Singer Sargent, Bad Timing, Mean Streets, Fingers, Taxi Driver, Reservoir Dogs, Joseph Conrad, There Will Be Blood, The Prestige, Nashville, The Long Riders, John Woo, Stanley Kubrick, D.A. Pennebaker, the Maysles Brothers, Sade, Bauhaus, Nicolas Roeg, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Performance, xXx, Michael Bay, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Alan Parker, The Wall, Angel Heart, Henry Rollins, Columbo, Blood Simple, To Live and Die In LA, The Loveless, Near Dark, Night Gallery, Alien Vs Predator, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Deniro, Andrew Dice Clay, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Russell Mulcahy, Blue Jasmine, Armageddon, Adrian Lyne, Terrence Malick, John Wayne Gacy, Sunshine, Kristen Wiig on SNL, Marco Polo, Kenny Loggins, Daniel Tiger, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Predator, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Exit Wounds, Michael Jai White, DMX, Steven Seagal, Tom Arnold, Anthony Anderson, Brett Ratner, Audition, Shadow of a Doubt, Wait Until Dark, Paul Thomas Anderson, Aliens, Star Wars, Trauma, Tom Savini, Dario Argento, No Country For Old Men, All the Pretty Horses, Shame, The Long Tomorrow, The Big Sleep, William Faulkner, Tom Cruise, Daniel Craig, Layer Cake, Paycheck, Vanilla, Sky, Steve McQueen, The Getaway, Keanu Reeves, A Most Violent Year, Breaking Bad, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Das Boot, The Cotton Club, Francis Ford Coppola, George Lucas, Steven Soderbergh, Walter Murch's edit of Touch of Evil, Blood Meridian, Moon, HR Giger, Moebius, Ron Cobb, Ingmar Bergman, Luis Bunuel, The Seventh Seal, James Cameron, Dune, Alien 3, Neil Blomkamp, Pacific Rim, 2001 A Space Odyssey, Wally Wood, Short Circuit 2, Chris Cunningham, Sylvester Stallone, Paul Schrader, Rolling Thunder, Inside Llewyn Davis, Fight Club, Monty Python, Show Me A Hero, The Wire, Treme, Steve Zahn, Sicario, Fargo, Justified, Our Brand Is Crisis, Jackie Chan, Thunderbolt, Chinatown, The Terror, J. Edgar, Nashville, The Americans, Talladega Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby, Cross of Iron, Tone Loc, Without Limits, Friend of the show Abhay Khosla talking Tony Scott, Oliver and Company, Lethal Weapon, Always Sunny does Lethal Weapon, Richard Donner, Richard Lester, St. Elmos Fire, The Island, Hot Fuzz, Burn After Reading, Django Unchained, Le Mans, Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer, Dead Calm, Malice, BMX Bandits, John Romita Jr., The Karate Kid, Transformers 4, Goodfellas, Big, The French Connection, Norman Rockwell, Silence of the Lambs, Silver Surfer, Modesty Blaise, Krazy Kat, Run Silent Run Deep, Apocalypse Now, Bourne Supremacy, Aphex Twin, Nine Inch Nails, Walton Goggins in Bourne Identity, United 93, The Conversation, Person of Interest, 24, Numbers, Heat, Mission Impossible, Woodlawn, Ali, Signs, Scarface, Game of Thrones, John Wick, Sergio Corbucci, Virtuosity, The Insider, Romper Stomper, Jax from Mortal Kombat, Traci Lords, Throwing Copper, The Long Kiss Goodnight, The Piano, Johnny Suede, Cool World, Career Opportunities, Jennifer Connelly, Jennifer Garner, Timothy Dalton, The Rocketeer, David Lee Roth, Akira, Wolverine, The Yakuza, Crazy Thunder Road, The November Man, The Cell, Labyrinth, The Dark Crystal, Cecil Taylor, Southland Tales, Grand Theft Auto, and Kenneth Branagh.   Music Delphine Seyrig's introduction of Mr. Freedom. Ladies and Gentlemen, you've been living like pigs. The Simpsons singing "A Chorus Line" from Treehouse of Horror V. Jerry Goldsmith - music from the 2nd Alien trailer. Jamie Lee Curtis - "Prison Introduction" from Escape From New York (our intro, as always). Bauhaus - "Bela Lugosi's Dead (original single mix)" from The Hunger. Hans Zimmer - "The Steel Plant - part 1" from Black Rain. Tangerine Dream - "Unicorn Theme" from Legend. Hans Zimmer - "Main Title" from Days of Thunder. The Spencer Davis Group - "Gimme Some Lovin" from Days of Thunder. David Bowie - "Starman" from The Martian  COMING UP IN PART TWO: Please come back this Friday to hear part 2 of our Ridley Vs. Tony Halloween special with special guests Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, Sloane Leong, Graeme McMillan, and Jeff Lester. 

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  • Echoes feature - Tangerine Dream

    · PRI: Echoes Interviews

    Tangerine Dream's 1974 album Phaedra is the Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart's Club Band of space music. Everything changed after they reinvented the concept of electronic music. We'll hear interviews with artists influenced by the album and excepts from this epic recording.

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  • Echoes feature - Tangerine Dream - An Icon of Echoes

    · PRI: Echoes Interviews

    Bands are still borrowing from the sounds created by Tangerine Dream in the 1970s. We look back on over 40 years of space music from this German electronic band, which Echoes listeners voted one of 20 Icons of Echoes.

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  • Keep Chasing Your Dreams

    · 00:12:13 · THE BRENDON SHOW

    It takes a lot of work to achieve your dreams, but what do you do when the struggle gets too hard? Here are four strategies to keep you on path:   1. Visualize: Inexperienced personal development teachers always tell you to visualize, but often in a tragically limited way. They tell you to visualize nothing but victory. But high-achievers know that it’s even more important to visualize themselves at the point where they want to quit, and then see themselves working through the struggle. What will you say to yourself in that moment when it gets too tough or your dream seems too hard? It's not just about seeing yourself validated and victorious; it's about visualizing yourself push through struggle to achieve your dream. 2. Research: High performers obsessively research their dreams from a multitude of sources. To become world-class, you have to know who has already cracked the struggle you face ahead. Don't reinvent the wheel. Research the leaders in fields related to yours, synthesize their findings and see how you can apply their hard-won wisdom to your work. Stand on their shoulders and then make a leap into new territory that is distinctly yours.  3. Actualize: Actualizing your dream begins with initiating movement. You have to show up every single day and work toward your dream. The highest performers didn't get to where they are because they were lucky; they worked every day for years toward their dream. They honored the struggle and didn’t complain about the effort involved in becoming world-class. Remember, when you knock on the door of Opportunity, it is Work who answers!  4. Community: You need positive, engaged and smart people around you who can give you feedback and cheerleading as you grow. If you don’t have that community now in your life, go start building it. The willingness to get constructive feedback from people who are on your same path - not random doubters - will keep your dream alive.  The only one who can ever give up on your dream is you. Refuse to give up on your dream and you will experience what we call The Charged Life! Get mp3 and full transcript of this episode: http://tmblr.co/ZTb1Dv1phxjba Get Brendon's new book free: ‪http://MotivationManifesto.com Join Brendon's 2MIL FB fans: ‪http://FB.com/BrendonBurchardFan Join his email list: http://www.Brendon.com Instagram: ‪http://instagram.com/brendonburchard LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendonburchard iTunes free podcast: ‪http://j.mp/THE_CHARGED_LIFE Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/brendonburchard     -------------------- ABOUT BRENDON --------------------   Brendon Burchard is one of the most watched personal development trainers in the world and a Top 100 Most Followed Public Figure on Facebook. Over 40,000,000 people watched his videos in the last 12 months, and over 30,000,000 see his posts every week on Facebook. A #1 New York Times bestselling author, his books include The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge, The Millionaire Messenger, and Life’s Golden Ticket.    At the age of 19, Brendon was in a car accident that inspired him to turn his life around and follow his dream to be a writer and trainer. He failed at first, going bankrupt as he strove to write his first personal development book. But by the age of 32, he became a #1 bestselling author and a multimillionaire as an early pioneer in the online education space. Since then, he has dedicated his life to helping others find their charge and share their voice with the world.    Larry King named Brendon "one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world." SUCCESS Magazine named him in their Top 25 Most Influential in Personal Development along with legends like Oprah, Tony Robbins, Joel Osteen, Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, Deepak Chopra, and Wayne Dyer.   To learn more about his seminars, book, and online courses, visit him at www.Brendon.com.   -------------------- ABOUT THE CHARGED LIFE --------------------   The Charged Life is a weekly self-help show full of #motivation, #inspiration, and #high performance strategies with bestselling author, motivational speaker and High Performance Academy founder Brendon Burchard. Filmed in one take, without any notes or prompter, the show has become one of the most viewed direct-to-camera self-help series in the history of Youtube. It has also been the #1 Podcast in all of iTunes and is regularly in the top podcasts in Self-Help and Health categories around the globe. Subscribe to the free motivational podcast here: ‪https://itun.es/i66Y78r   -------------------- SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE OR ITUNES --------------------   Never miss a video: ‪http://j.mp/BrendonsYouTube Download all the audios/podcasts: ‪http://j.mp/THE_CHARGED_LIFE Join the newsletter: www.Brendon.com

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