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    Calvin Robinson: Cancelled Priest on God, Money & The True Meaning of Life

    en-GBSeptember 17, 2023

    Podcast Summary

    • Money's role in shaping people and access to situationsGood teachers are essential, fair compensation for essential professions, respect individual beliefs, unsustainable national debt, potential dangers of digital currencies, importance of interviewing influential individuals for progress

      Money itself doesn't shape people into being good or bad, but rather it provides access to various situations. This perspective was discussed, questioning the nature of the universe and respecting individual beliefs. The importance of good teachers was emphasized, as was the need for fair compensation for essential professions. The conversation touched upon the unsustainable national debt and potential dangers of central bank digital currencies. The purpose of the podcast, "Disruptors," was to interview influential individuals and progress humanity, starting as a means to grow a business without relying heavily on advertising.

    • Misconception of wealth and moralityMoney is a tool, not a moral judge. Wealth enables good actions, but human obsession can lead to evil.

      Wealth and morality are not mutually exclusive. The belief that rich people are inherently bad is a misconception. Money itself does not make people good or bad; it simply provides access to different situations and opportunities. While wealth may increase temptation, it also enables individuals to give to charities and help others. The love of money is not the root of all evil, but rather, humanity's obsession with money can lead to evil actions. Money is a tool created by humans, and it's how we choose to use it that matters. It's essential to be disciplined and avoid succumbing to temptations as wealth accumulates. Ultimately, accumulating wealth to distribute it and make a positive impact is a good thing.

    • Love for God and Neighbors comes firstMoney should be used as a tool for good, not an idol, and illicit funds should not be accepted for charity.

      The Bible teaches that we should prioritize our love for God and for our neighbors above all else, as these two commandments form the foundation for a good society. The love of money, when made into an idol, can lead to evil actions and disrupt this order. It's essential to recognize that money is a tool, and using it to do good is acceptable, but making it our one true god is not. The paradox of accepting money from illicit sources for charitable purposes is a complex issue, and it's crucial to be cautious and ensure that the money is not "blood money." Ultimately, our purpose should be to worship God and spread His good news.

    • The connection between belief in God and eternal lifeThe Bible's concept of eternal life provides meaning and purpose to finite existence, with faith complementing science in understanding the complex questions of existence and faith.

      The belief in the existence of God and the concept of eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ are deeply connected. While the speaker expresses uncertainty about their personal belief in God, they acknowledge the significance of the belief in the context of the human experience and the end of the world. They suggest that the concept of eternal life, as presented in the Bible, provides meaning and purpose to the finite existence of the universe and humanity. The speaker also emphasizes the complementary roles of science and faith, with science providing knowledge about the physical world and faith providing answers to existential questions. The proof of eternal life, according to the speaker, is the story of the Bible, which has withstood the test of time and history. Ultimately, the conversation highlights the importance of exploring different perspectives and seeking understanding in the complex questions of existence and faith.

    • Investing in watches as a means to protect wealthMoney is a tool for leverage, investing in watches through Broadwalk can protect wealth from inflation and banks, and our priorities in life determine our relationship with money. Emphasize love for God and neighbor, acknowledge individual goals, and understand that there is only one fact with all truths centered on one person.

      Money is a tool for leverage and living a simple life is not necessarily the goal. The speaker encourages investing in watches through Broadwalk as a means to protect wealth from inflation and banks. He believes that money is not well-understood and that hoarding it can negatively impact the economy. He also discusses the Bible's perspective on wealth and morality, acknowledging that it's not black and white. Ultimately, the speaker emphasizes that our priorities in life determine our relationship with money and that living a simple life may be easier for those with fewer means. He encourages centering one's life on love for God and neighbor, and acknowledges the importance of individual goals and perspectives. Objectivity and universal truths were also touched upon, with the belief that there is only one fact and that all truths are centered on one person.

    • God's revelation goes beyond organized religionsEmbrace faith, love neighbors, follow God's laws, and seek truth in various religions for a fulfilling life

      God's revelation to humanity is not limited to a single religion, but rather a call for faith and a way of life. People have created organized religions due to our fallen nature, but the solution is not just worship, but loving our neighbors and following God's laws. However, even with this clear path to salvation, not everyone chooses to follow it. God loves us unconditionally but wants us to reach our potential, not accept us as we are. The disconnect between the faith's simple truth and its modern representation has led some to seek strength and principles in other religions. To address this, we need to go back to the basics. The Christian faith calls for repentance, baptism, and faith in Jesus Christ as our Lord and savior. It's crucial for the church to lead people to heaven, not to affirm them in their sins. While faith is essential, it's not the only factor in living a successful life. It serves as a guiding principle when we question the world around us.

    • The dangers of constant pursuit and arroganceBeing mindful of our pursuit of material wealth and external validation can prevent a superficial and empty existence. Having a meaningful purpose and faith provides deeper fulfillment. Respect the natural world and question the intentions of governments and businesses.

      While striving for more and making things happen in life is not inherently wrong, it's important to remember that constant pursuit of material wealth and external validation can lead to a superficial and empty existence. Instead, having a meaningful purpose and faith can provide deeper fulfillment and contentment. It's crucial to be mindful of our arrogance as humans and respect the natural world, using it as a resource rather than trying to be its god. The pharmaceutical industry, for instance, can be a manifestation of this arrogance, and we should question the true intentions behind the actions of governments and big businesses. Ultimately, we as individuals have the power to hold them accountable and create a balanced society where both governments and businesses serve the people rather than the other way around.

    • The detrimental impact of excessive government intervention, big pharma, and big corporationsWe must acknowledge our potential for greed and egotism, learn from history, and strive for self-awareness to prevent the downfall of Western civilization caused by excessive control by governments, big pharma, and corporations.

      Excessive government intervention, big pharma, and big corporate control have become detrimental to humanity's progress. This situation has arisen due to our own greed and the snowballing power of these entities. Monopolies and lack of community are significant contributors to this issue. We need strong leadership and a smaller, more focused government that prevents monopolies and provides basic safety nets. However, we're currently witnessing the potential downfall of Western civilization, which has risen and fallen throughout history. Societies exhibit patterns of degeneracy and indecency as they crumble. Learning from history is crucial, but we often fail to do so, repeating the mistakes of the past. To avoid this, we must acknowledge our potential for narcissism and egotism and strive for self-awareness and understanding of our own fallibilities.

    • The importance of staying true to one's beliefs while remaining open to growthLeaving behind rigidity and pride allows for personal and spiritual development, even if it means parting ways with an institution.

      Being open to learning and growth, rather than holding onto pride and rigidity, allows for personal and spiritual development. The speaker shares his experience of being denied ordination in the Church of England due to his conservative beliefs on faith and politics. He believes the church was using political reasons to blame institutions for issues like racism and institutionalizing wokeness, rather than addressing individual accountability. Ultimately, he left the church to focus on his ministry and spreading the Christian faith, believing it was a more effective way to help people and lead them to Christ. The Church of England's focus on wokeness and political correctness was a distraction from its core mission. The speaker's story highlights the importance of staying true to one's beliefs while remaining open to growth and change.

    • The Church of England's potential demise and societal instabilityThe Church of England's decline could indicate a broader cultural shift, potentially leading to societal instability. Embracing suffering and recognizing shared principles are crucial for personal and societal growth.

      The Church of England, a significant part of English history for hundreds of years, may not survive the next 15 to 20 years due to declining attendance and a managed decline. This decline is seen as a symptom of the broader cultural shift away from Christianity, which some argue is the foundation of Western civilization. This shift towards valuing all ideas and cultures equally without a solid foundation of shared principles and values could lead to societal instability. Regarding individuals struggling with same-sex attraction, the speaker emphasizes the importance of recognizing that everyone is a sinner and that suffering and sacrifice are part of the Christian faith. The speaker also criticizes modern society's aversion to suffering and the rise of distractions like TikTok, which they view as culturally subversive and detrimental to personal responsibility and societal stability.

    • Social Media as a Tool for Cultural Subversion and Data CollectionBe aware of potential dangers of social media, engage in regulation and parental control, and stand up for values through limiting use or traditional social interaction.

      TikTok, and social media in general, can be used as a tool for cultural subversion and data collection by foreign entities like China. The Chinese version of TikTok, with its strict content rules and emphasis on DIY and family values, stands in contrast to the Western version filled with potentially harmful content. While some argue for a ban, others suggest regulation and parental control. The paradox of social media lies in its potential to represent the people more fairly but also its ability to be manipulated and used for propaganda. Ultimately, it's important to be aware of the potential dangers and take steps to protect ourselves and our values, whether that's through limiting social media use or engaging in more traditional forms of social interaction like pubs and churches. It's crucial to not shy away from addressing these issues, even if they are difficult or uncomfortable, as standing up for what's good and right is essential.

    • The Role of Faith and Religion in Shaping ValuesFaith and religion, despite being non-intellectual, contribute to defining objective values and morals. Their absence in modern society can lead to a lack of understanding and adoption of universal values. Historically, religious institutions have built schools, universities, and hospitals, instilling love, charity, and goodness.

      Faith and religion, despite not being based on intellect alone, play a crucial role in defining objective values and morals that shape societies and individual lives. Jordan Peterson, though not a religious man himself, acknowledges the importance of religion in contemplating the purpose of ethics. The loss of faith in religion in modern society, according to the speaker, can lead to a lack of understanding and adoption of universal values. The church, as a charitable organization, has historically contributed significantly to building institutions like schools, universities, and hospitals, instilling the values of love, charity, and goodness. The removal of religious elements from institutions like schools can lead individuals to be divorced from the Christian faith and its moral teachings.

    • The importance of context and rationale in teaching and understandingEffective communication and understanding require explaining reasons behind concepts, acknowledging biological sexes and individual perceptions of gender, and recognizing the importance of clear communication for a balanced society.

      Effective teaching and understanding require explaining the reasons behind concepts. This was discussed in relation to education, gender, and societal roles. The speaker shared their personal experience of feeling unguided and misunderstood, emphasizing the importance of context and rationale. When it comes to gender, there are biological sexes and individual perceptions of gender. The speaker argued that understanding the differences between men and women, rather than trying to make them the same, is essential for a balanced and functional society. They also pointed out that the concept of gender roles has been distorted and misunderstood, leading to confusion and controversy. In conclusion, clear communication and an appreciation for the reasons behind concepts can help bridge misunderstandings and promote a more harmonious society.

    • The Complexity of the Gender Pay GapThe gender pay gap is a complex issue, going beyond equal pay for equal work, and societal pressures can negatively impact families and personal growth.

      The gender pay gap is a complex issue that goes beyond just equal pay for equal work. The need for two household incomes due to inflation and societal expectations has led to women working outside the home, often resulting in negative consequences for both genders and children. The feminist movement, which started with good intentions, has evolved into a contentious issue with a focus on hating men and promoting the idea that women are superior. This has led to a societal pressure on women to abandon traditional roles, such as being a housewife and mother, which can have detrimental effects on families. The obsession with social media followers and the pressure to constantly accumulate more can also be detrimental to personal growth and mental health. Ultimately, the focus should be on doing good work and letting the audience come naturally, rather than trying to manipulate numbers or shortcuts.

    • The importance of having a cause for successHaving a clear purpose or cause is crucial for achieving success in media or any other field. Learning from others' mistakes can help minimize personal errors, and embracing change is essential for growth.

      Having a clear purpose or cause is essential for success in media or any other field. The interviewee emphasized that those who aim for fame without a cause are unlikely to achieve meaningful results. Regarding mistakes, the interviewee believes that they are inevitable and necessary for growth. He also suggested that learning from others' mistakes can help minimize personal mistakes. The most brutal life lesson, according to him, is that nothing is permanent, and it's essential to remain humble and adapt to change. Overall, the conversation highlighted the importance of purpose, learning from mistakes, and embracing change.

    • Value of open-ended, authentic conversationsStaying committed to principles and having open-ended, authentic conversations can lead to fruitful discussions and learning from diverse perspectives, even without a formal agenda.

      Meaningful conversations can happen organically without a strict agenda and can lead to engaging discussions. The speakers in this conversation started without a formal beginning, but they found common ground and had a fruitful exchange. They also shared their upcoming interviews and platforms, highlighting their dedication to learning from diverse perspectives and staying objective. Despite the challenges of content moderation on YouTube, they emphasized the importance of staying true to their values and missions. They also mentioned Rumble as an alternative platform, acknowledging its potential but expressing some reservations about its limitations. Overall, this conversation underscores the value of open-ended, authentic conversations and the importance of staying committed to one's principles in the face of external pressures.

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    • How your perceptions can impact your DNA expression
    • How to guide yourself back to authenticity and homeostasis.
    • Why AI is a necessary part of human evolution

     

    BEST MOMENTS

    "The purpose of marriage is to help two people become authentic, where they maximise their potential to contribute to this world."

    "Depression is a comparison of your current reality to a fantasy you're addicted to. The fantasy is a pleasure without a pain. The depression is a pain without a pleasure. And they're both poles of a magnet to letting you know that you're imbalanced in your perception and you've got a subjective bias in your interpretation of reality."

    "Your values come from your voids. Your voids come from anything that you're too proud or too humble to admit that you see in others inside you."

    "ADHD is a label from pharmaceutical companies to, And from counsellors and psychologists and teachers who aren't aware of how to communicate in kids values. Who are therefore what, just lazy teachers who aren't not intentionally lazy. Or maybe not inspired teachers. They're just not educated. "

     "The real you, authenticity, is seeing both sides simultaneously and embracing them equally."

     "Burnout and boredom are feedback that you're not authentic. They're giving you feedback."

     "Eternal change is constantly changing forms. The master lives in a world where it sees the new forms, dances in the new forms."

     

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    ABOUT THE HOST

    Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”

    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”

     

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    Why The UK Needs Fixing: Nigel Farage Best Interview Moments

    Why The UK Needs Fixing: Nigel Farage Best Interview Moments

    As the campaigns and manifestos for the upcoming UK election are ramping up, Rob shares some of the best bits from his interviews with the Reform Party leader Nigel Farage.

    Nigel Reveals:

    • His thoughts on Donald Trump
    • The problems with inclusion and inclusivity
    • Why his bank account was frozen
    • The truth about CBDCs – Central Bank Digital Currencies
    • Why the banks have so much control
    • The commitment he wants to government to make to its citizens
    • The failure of the NHS
    • Why immigration levels are breaking the UK

    BEST MOMENTS

    “1st amendment is your right to free speech”

    “From 2030 the United Kingdom with introduce central bank digital currency”

    “The banks are stopping you putting money in crypto”

    “The cashless society advanced hugely during the lockdown”

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    ABOUT THE HOST

    Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”

    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”

     

    CONTACT METHOD

    Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ 

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    LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979

     

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    Disruptors
    en-GBJune 14, 2024

    Red Carded by the BBC: Mark Lawrenson Talks About Shocking Exit and Life Before and After Football

    Red Carded by the BBC: Mark Lawrenson Talks About Shocking Exit and Life Before and After Football

    Rob is joined by ex-footballer and commentator Mark Lawrenson in this episode. Mark talks about what it was like to work for and then be axed by the BBC, the reasons he believes so many of his fellow presenters were axed and also reveals a shocking story around the Maxwells and Robert Maxwell’s murder. Rob and Mark also discuss why they feel the UK has gone soft, the impact big money and financing has made to football and more incredible stories from his career as a footballer and presenter. 

    Mark Lawrenson Reveals:

    • Why the BBC Sacked him
    • The differences between male and female football
    • Why TV and the country has gone ‘too soft’
    • What it was like to play for Liverpool
    • Why being told he couldn’t play football drove him to his ultimate success
    • The negative impact of big money and finance on football
    • A shocking story surrounding Maxwell's alleged murder by Mossad

     

    BEST MOMENTS

    “Really good [football] commentary makes a huge difference”

    “The country is knackered”

    "Bob Paisley comes down from upstairs, takes him a couple of minutes and everything. Walks in. Complete hush, respect... Where's Alan Kennedy? And one of the lads had gone, 'Oh, he's over here.' So, Bob strolled over and looked at him, and he said, 'Do you know what, Alan? They shot the wrong fucking Kennedy.'" 

    "I'd get slaughtered sometimes, fair enough, doesn't particularly bother me. And then I'd meet somebody and then they say to me, 'Oh you're completely different from what you, when you're commentating,' and I go, 'No I'm not. I'm just the same.'" 

    "One of the problems with the BBC was that they don't really understand things like you've been a footballer and sometimes you get left out. And you get taken off the pitch. And it's as though they can't tell you the bad news." 

    "My biggest disruption was my mum leaving us... We never knew. My mum always said to us, 'You, I'll never tell you what happened, but you would have done the same thing.'"

    "Robert Maxwell owns Derby, Kevin Maxwell owns Oxford... He looked at me and he said, 'What's your problem?' I imagine that, and it just all came out, and I called him every name under the sun. And he looked at me, and he went, 'I quite like you actually.'”

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    ABOUT THE HOST

    Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”

    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”

     

    CONTACT METHOD

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    Disruptors
    en-GBJune 10, 2024

    Rob’s Supercars: Proving the Haters Wrong!

    Rob’s Supercars: Proving the Haters Wrong!

    For the first time ever, Rob is revealing his entire supercar collection. From the fastest to his ultimate favourite, he talks through each car, revealing what he loves and proving to the haters and trolls what he really owns and drives!

    Rob Reveals:

    • The fastest car he owns
    • How many supercars he owns
    • How much he paid for his supercars
    • Why he loves the pursuit of owning supercars

    BEST MOMENTS

    “This kind of car is going to be good for our filming when we go and visit our guests”

    “It’s impossible for me to get all my cars in one place”

    “This car either makes people orgasm, scream with excitement or panic and nearly have a heart attack”

    “It’s not owning the nice things that’s the pleasure, it’s getting and attaining them”

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    ABOUT THE HOST

    Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “The Disruptive Entrepreneur”

    “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything”

     

    CONTACT METHOD

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    Disruptors
    en-GBJune 07, 2024

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