18 Burst results for "Atara"

"atara" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"atara" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"atara" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

05:56 min | 4 months ago

"atara" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019

"It was a new zealand geographic photographer of the year. I just ran just reading. Cv like that hard work. We all look at life. Think through ends and during desert for living. It's it's a very good living a very good result to that now. A lot of people who are interested in books asking how you get started. And i want to ask dougal it because you know he sort of jumped on the deep end and instant success so having style. Well i started dabbling with writing. Maybe ten or so years ago. And i wrote a few articles for fly fishing magazines overseas and they were accepted. And you know. I had a moment thinking. They were pretty good since of being quite good but they were definitely flawed. And i knew i could see after that i needed to do better. But i'd been a reader on my life loss and trust me. I think to start seriously. Writing was a need to write about the river that met at so much to me. Atara a rivers have been neglected by writers and frankly neglected by the almost all of the people that arrived here as the europeans arrived redid the rivers with disrespect really drains and someone and i. I wished that i've been able to read stories. That people had written about rivers like the montera maybe fifty years ago and so and they simply weren't written..

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"atara" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

Everyday Zen Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"atara" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast

"Last week, , we been doing the practice of. . Sending love and kindness to ourselves. . and. I . hope all of you have been enjoying that practice I'm sure you've done it before. . And we've been. . Saying I think in different ways all along in this study. . that the practice. . Of loving kindness is a little bit counterintuitive. . It isn't quite. . What it seems to be. . So when we`re Practicing, , to send loving kindness to ourselves, , it's not exactly. . That we're trying to love ourselves and feel you know. . Warm. . Love for ourselves. . As much as as it is this practice of generating loving kindness we're trying to undo. . something. . In ourselves. . That is stopping up our hearts. . So, , if you are practicing sending kind loving kindness to yourself and you discover that you're not feeling so lovey dovey about yourself and maybe you're frustrated. . Don't be frustrated just do the practice. . It actually is working a lot better than you think because it's not really so much about your feeling. . A lovey dovey feelings about yourself. . I heard from at least one person in this last week. . Who told me a very long time? ? She has been trying without too much success. . To send loving kindness. . To someone. . been having a really hard time with for a while. . And it just hasn't worked at all. . But when she started sending love and kindness to herself. . She found that her feelings for the difficult person. . Improved quite a bit which surprised her. . She had no idea that that would be the result. . So it's interesting how the practice works. . It's usually unexpected in its effects. . I think Sharon tells a story in her chapter about someone who? ? Tried and tried and tried to practice love and kindness for someone and complete failure, , but then she. . saw the person and found that she had kind feelings toward the person completely unexpectedly. . So Just keep. . Doing the practice it has affects. . Anyway. . Tonight I would like to go into the practice of loving kindness for a difficult person. . And so I'm. . Going to. . Help us through. . Aversion anyway of some of the stuff that charon sharing at the end of chapter five. . And an on page. . Seventy nine, , she says something that to me. . Seems so important and so basic. . To this practice. . She says this. . To develop loving kindness toward a person with whom we have problems. . We must first separate our vision of the person. . From the actions they commit. . That may upset are harm us? ? So when you read that little sentence, , you know it reminds you. . Of How automatically? ? We. . Fall. Back. . . On the illusion. . Of A person. . Of Our. . Belief you know in persons are starting with ourselves. . Even though. . We've been contemplating the teachings forever and ever, , and they always say over and over and over again. . There's no such thing. . As a person. . In the way, , we imagine a person to be. . So if someone. . Harms us. . And we believe. . Hold on one second I'm going to. . Put everybody on. . Yeah. . Someone. Harms . us. . And we believe that there's actually an existing bad person over there who has harmed us. . And now we're upset with that person but that is actually not the case that's really not what's going on. . There are actions and consequences. . Yes And the harm we suffer is all too real. . Yes. . But Actually It makes no sense and it's completely counterproductive Unin. . Always. . To blame the harm. . On. . An actually existing person. .

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"atara" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Is the Eddie trunk podcast. We're back with more with Jake Lee on this week's Eddie trunk podcast. Sorry about that. But the phones crashed on us, but we're back now. So you were just saying about anyway, your personal experience with him. Are you sure wasn't invade at crashed the phones? Yes. The maestro pulled the plug. I yeah. I don't know where we were when when Sweden you had a bad show with Ozzie said, do you wanna refund or something like that? Yeah. Yeah. And he just he should know. That's okay. And that's my personal experience with them. And it wasn't it wasn't that bad. But just from all the people that I know that worked with them. And and you know, it's I've heard stories, and I remember reading an interview where he said the reason that he is not considered the giant musical genius that he is is because his music is too sophisticated and it goes over people's heads now that right there right there, it just gives me pause. No, it's anyway, I think I've expressed what I what I think about inveigh. And and it's LXI says. Nothing about is Atara playing it about his being. And maybe he is a nicer guy. Now, I don't know you say is. I had to wonder whether it's for his image. Or if it's true change apart. Yeah. Well, he's out now touring with Steve Vai on that generation axe thing, and he's been you know, he's traveling on a bus with all with four other guitar players. I mean, we had him on that metal show. And he was really great. He he really worked with us on some things. I've spoken to him a lot in the last ten years. And I've even brought this up to him. I said, you know, it seems like you've gotten mellower in your older age. She said, yeah. Even mentioned him. He goes. Yeah. I thought you know, I thought about that. And I have and so I I mean, I look the stories from back in the day are endless. But the the guy that he is now I I don't know if it's quite you know, what it once was. And I and I hope it it's it's not. So who knows maybe there's a red dragon carteling mom steam towards somewhere down the line..

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"atara" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Conversations

"And so, you know, you learn to creep about in the dark, and we use that to get into the school. Always a bright side. You know what I mean? So we go the awfullest since Crete parts and over the wall and come back armed with beer and pipes. We spoke long church church warden pipes and Balkan sobriety array, very posh pipe, tobacco and one. Call baby's bottom. Which is a smooth as a baby's bottom slogan plaque tobacco. But reading it seems like reading was the thing for you though. I think reading became very much more and more for me away of scape. And that's what I I loved reading. Because anytime you can be alone in a group of people get some privacy. So I loved history, and I loved literature, and I read and read and read, and we didn't have a teenage life because we stuck in this bloody school like twelve thirteen week terms and everybody else is having teenage time getting to be the sixties, and we're stuck there doing prep in the evening. So what made you wanna learn guitar? Elvis Elvis changed. Our lives at the age of twelve suddenly Elvis appeared. And he was like a gift from the gods. And it was it was marvelous. And I we went crazy for him because you seem to be so cool has Stalin Jing Pap and they would photograph. They wouldn't photograph him on television below the waist in America because about too much. And so we learn we would do we were skiffle group, and we do black negro songs from from the south. You know, jump down turn around pick a bale cotton, or if you're black if you're white you're all right? If you're Brown stick around, but if you're black all brother get back back, and for some reason in Wolverhampton, very white placed five thousand miles from the nearest black person. We identified with the clashes of the of the deep south, which is weird cut open notice. You do have Atara over there. Eric helps you kid to share a song this at this point. Song from the heart. Anyway to do. Here's a little song. He won't take very long. It's shebab the world today. And it's something I really need to. Fuck selfish and all those kids who asks for selfish digest get on my case. When your grinning lock and unit shake with people, you know, h hike somehow, finance, I get that fucking phone. Stor go and then another fifteen other fucking people show. Shell fees are a waste of fucking time. Tell shellfish shell fee gets next time. It comes to. To take death fucking shell fish sticks and shove them up. They're very much..

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"atara" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on The Starters

"Back to the starters at the Monday staple time for some weekend. Whoop. Sees the hoops and the bloop. So of course, let's get her started with head coach Scott Brooks, Washington Wizards. It hasn't been a good year. And this isn't all that great. Scotty atara. Well, the wizards need to take a page from the sons playbook here, the coaching staff deaths are happening. Amazing as get colds Williamson there. Good girls over here in the left has Devon Booker passes that go for. That's only road to. Failure. But he won't be here from javale McGee thinks he plays great defense. But he has called for the foul and can't believe it. The little hop yet. What a great at it. Right. Wash this hilarious, buddy healed pass with his left that goes. Yeah. The play together. Now, they gonna try to free didn't they? Oh, yeah. They didn't play together. You don't see this often James harden called for the lane violation on two consecutive free throws. Okay. You see at once he's laughing. But this is the second one, and he still gets in there. You can't you can't stippled aligned for hits the is incredible. After Jj Abrams hits a big shot for the Mavs. Big de'andre, Jordan picks up much smaller JJ Berea and won't let him go. That's what I do. And it's my kids time for boths..

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"atara" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Like when my brother lived there. It drove him do things like someone's taking a spoon out of the mayonnaise like a t swim for all that seventeen. Now. So might as well filled out with some salad cream. Get it to the top again. Like one time one time. My brother went to cat some jam out. The fridge stuck his jammed route stuck his knife in the thing. It was like what? And inside the jam jar was one beat true and one chilly. My brother went the hell is this worst the job? What you put in this journey was like, Jamie. And the exactly what Joe one beetroot anyone red chili. So there's the knows what he's doing. There's not confusion there is just decanting changing things up. Why is he going to jar of water because he's like you take water out with you? Right. You might want to drink. Yeah. But you put it in a jammed. I mean, his bag is the heaviest thing ever felt he's not the most stable mind. He's had two knee transplants. He's getting on. He's got real hump like a real hobble because he was a chef for so long so bent over pots and pans his whole life and the steam the stickiness got him in the kitchen and a set him in a permanent abou-. Yeah. He's very contrary person. Anyway, so he went to Turkey to visit this man and visit yoga, and the I was you know, his again, right? This is my experience of him me saying Hello and him going. Yes. And then saying oh, sorry nearly tripping over because I didn't realize he was in being like, yes. So that's my experience. Cut to a few weeks ago. My dad got back from Turkey. And when you go back with your boyfriend yet. No, still so Solly breaking up anyone. Well, of course, something very exciting. Tellus lily crazy, please listen to me. Okay. What I have met someone who is very deeply in love with Atara. Like, right. Who who would be met in Turkey. Anyone the boy? Which boy the eighteen year old boy, doggone yes. The one. He says doggone unlike the third to have the trip because I couldn't hold anymore. I was telling everyday talk and something with your what's going on. I mean, the boy doesn't speak English or separate. So I don't know what the conversation was happening. Don has headedness is can't hold it in any longer a lover a crazy for her. I want to marry her. He said he's gonna be very good for you. Because his dad is going to give you his hotel gonna buy your house, and he's also promised to give you all his wisdom. Hotel plus wisdom. Exactly. And so I'm moving to Turkey. I'm marrying a nineteen year old. And there was like that come on because he's loves to exaggerate. And I was like he didn't say love hit is. That's insane. We met once tash love crazy happens. Whenever can and told him about me being in America doing this pilot. I just did he said, and he says to wish you all the best luck in the world. And they hopes you are the Princess of all the cinemas in Texas. I'm is sounds like I'm making this is going back to staff so much of the stuff that like has happened with mine and Jamie start over the years like he couldn't Jamie couldn't put it in the show because he was like it's like you'd write that and go come on that never happened. He never wore women's classes all the time because he stole them from women that came to visit his cafe he never did that he did. But you know, I mean, it's just he did he actually came in cameo in the TV in, Dan. So this I mean, maybe it's more physical thing you need to see basically the final episode as a party. And so we would with Greek people who have died in the background. But we wanted to give him a line. Jamie went and worked on a four about three hours trying to get him to say the line bet you'd like Lima something like where the grapes and my dad's. I that they in the kitchen. The line is where the great you want. I guess where the raisins as well, you know, what I said it's actually small smaller than rating gripe. And so my brothers..

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"atara" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on The Moth

"That was given Atara take is standup comic. She has a popular podcast called professor blastoff and she also writes for film and TV. This moth story is actually included as a bonus track on her CD cold live. I talked with Tig after she told her story. I have to tell you whenever I see in our to detour something I think of you. So for example, I saw an RTD to Vesper the other day, and I thought, perhaps you would like that. It was also a hat that made me think of you. So let's just get that out of the thought of twice. That's what I'm telling you. Okay. So does Rick know that you told this story? No, no, he doesn't. I mean, I'm not keeping it from him. I just. I mean, maybe it'll come up. I just haven't felt compelled to be like calling him up and saying, hi, I talked about you. I, I don't know. I mean, I'm sure he'll hear it. Yeah, he follows everything I do now. Think unless he's lost interest recently like, oh, you know what? She's actually not that good. She's not as good as I thought. Does he does? He still call you every Sunday. You said he was on a kick? Well, I mean, he's he's still calling me regularly. I think the the Sunday thing. Has not stayed as a pattern, but. You know, he called me yesterday called about today, and so we're definitely in touch. To hear more of my interview with Tig go.

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Hi everyone. This is Dr. Carson welcome to living. Regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. It's free and I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website, WWW dot spunky, old, broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Tara moloch, and Atara is really an interesting interesting person that we have today because her passion is working with working mothers and guiding them along the many stages of their work life journey. It's always been her focus that of successful parenting. And so she founded a parenting academy at the beginning of her professional career and created a curriculum for more than six hundred families who participated in weekly classes each year. And now she has a new book called a working mothers, GPS a guy to parenting success for that modern working mom. So welcome Atara.

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Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

Living Regret Free

02:04 min | 3 years ago

Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success

"Hi everyone. This is Dr. Carson welcome to living. Regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. It's free and I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website, WWW dot spunky, old, broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Tara moloch, and Atara is really an interesting interesting person that we have today because her passion is working with working mothers and guiding them along the many stages of their work life journey. It's always been her focus that of successful parenting. And so she founded a parenting academy at the beginning of her professional career and created a curriculum for more than six hundred families who participated in weekly classes each year. And now she has a new book called a working mothers, GPS a guy to parenting success for that modern working mom. So welcome Atara.

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"So it's just interesting how times have changed, and I'm sure we made a lot of mistakes, but the kids got raised so. What what is researched shown you about working moms that you think it's important to keep in mind. Well, the research has shown quite a few things. One of them, if you're looking from the workplace perspective, is that research that was done twelve years ago in two thousand and six shows that stressed out parents costs companies, three hundred billion not million billion in lost productivity, and I can just imagine what it has reached in the last twelve years. And it was interesting that while I was reading preparing for my book, I always love bringing new things to the parents who I work with from apple computers years ago, Courtney morale. I'm going to quote her who was working in HR said the following by helping a workforce deal more effectively with family issues are employees will be more productive and more focus. And I think that's so important to realize because we are the same person, whether we're in the kitchen car cooling, or in the boardroom, or sitting behind our desk, and we feel. Constable and satisfied in connected empowered. We will be that mother, but also that person in the workplace. And so any investment we make in ourselves and in the skills that we have in our parenting relationship will we Fleck positively and not only enhance our working experience and the bottom line, I am sure, but also tremendously to the workforce in general. And I think that that's important for everyone to know. So it's not this program or this method is not easy for working parents. I think it should and could interest the business folks out there to want to even create an offering opportunity for the moms that are so vital to their work effort. And this way we can all make a difference with everyone. It's win, win situation. Everyone enjoying it, the children, the parents and the workplace. So this is something that is really, really energized me. Because I am not only you know a coming from the mother working mother perspective on also certified executive business coach. And this is something that I've seen working with my exclusive clients that when their employees are happy and I'm sure you know that then everything changes in everything goes up a level everything approves. So this was an important point that I wanted to share, not only from the mom perspective, but from the business perspective. And if we have working moms that also have employee's that, well. And that adds another another layer to the to the mix, definitely the science, your book. What else do you offer to working moms who want to invest time and resources to understand and implementer GPS program? So as I said before, the book is information inspiration, and it's a very good baseline, and it's very clear in getting the moms being direction that they need. I also found this you asked me before Gayle it was such a good question because the moms gave me feedback. What change. So I opened this two, three more options. One of them is group coaching where we were based on the program in the book, but mom's learn from each other and have the access to me. So they already know the information, but now they're getting the implementation of personalization with a group, and then they are those moms that would prefer one. One, whether it's the timing issue or they prefer not to share with me with others, and then they are mothers who don't even have time to read the book. They wanna just invest in a one day intensive where we do this virtually over Skype every sit down and I do their parenting roadmap and their child at work roadmap together with them, and it's sort of having me hold their hands and personalize it. So those are usually the three additional options that I offer working mothers who are really serious about it with for the business end. I'm invited often for workshops in question and answer sessions after the workplace bought, you know, gave the buck. It's actually it's preorder right now. It's going to be a published in December two thousand and eighteen, but up until now I had, you know, my PDF's and I had though workbooks there had given out on my own until they would give that up. And then they would invite me for a..

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"A lot of independence responsibility, but because the world has become a scary, dangerous place mothers keep their children closer by. They're so afraid they wanted to succeed. So they sit there doing homework for them, it's not with them. And so I find that our focus is much more in allowing the mothers to feel more confident, giving them, of course, responsible independence and also being able to feel empowered to put the of boundaries in place and not so much. V their child's friend because your children have friends, but to be able to feel comfortable being apparent. So that has definitely been commended shift that I noticed. So if you could parent your children all over again, how old are your kids now? By the way, actually, they're older. My youngest is twenty three and my oldest daughter thirty seven. So yeah, I said, I've been working mom for thirty seven years. So if you could start all over again, what would you do differently with them too, as I have, you know, this is live without regrets program, right? So this is that if your question, but if if I if I can share a regret, I have was an even wrote this in my book. It's I always woods waiting for the perfect moments like once a dishes, Donna, the end, the end, the lawn, you'll be folded. I'll sit down and tell them a story or once I finish this report for work or. For college a, you know, a go to the park with them and you know what there is never a perfect moment as much as right now. And as a grandma, you know, I turned stuff off by close the phone, even close the Basuki Beck simmering if I have to. And I just take the moment now in create a memory. And so one thing is that the perfect time is now, and the second thing is I was that in order to make a difference. I really need to do something grandiose or important to, like you said, take the boat in the play pen of the kitchen sink with everything else with me. What I found that even using sixty seconds or five minutes wisely with connection mix, old difference in the world, any mother and including working mothers that are overwhelmed and overwork confined in create those short moments that can create the memories that will last a lifetime at forge the bonds between parents and. Children, no matter where they end up in how far away being move. So looking back, if I could do it all over again, I wouldn't wait for the perfect moment. Realizing that moment is now and I would utilize and maximize the few moments that I did have to make a difference. Well, I can. I can appreciate everything you're saying. Because I know I probably did everything wrong, but you know, 'cause I went back to work two weeks after my little one was born and. And then I worked very long hours, but I had great people taking care of the kids. And as a matter of fact on Saturdays, when both my husband and I were working, we would have to babysitters because three kids, it just took too baby sitters on, don't forget the Dilip and and we would both leave early. I think I left it a seven, and he would leave right around there. And then we come home and late seven o'clock, and then we'd, you know, the two of us would go out to dinner and a movie because that was the only chance we had to be together. And then at midnight he we'd come home or whatever time the movie was out, and he would drive the kids in the babysitters home. And we operated like that for years and years and years and years..

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"So the tension goes down. It's two for the price of one and happier. People at work are happier in a home in vice versa. So I felt taking into consideration the more built the less time and the need the want to be able to succeed in both important areas of their lives that working moms with be really my ideal target audience show. Do you think there's a difference? I mean, are you seeing differences as you're working with the mothers? Are you seeing differences as the years go by things that might be changing or things that you might vise that are changing from the five years ago? You know what thinking about that now makes me realize that wore mothers are working full-time and more mothers are the main breadwinners in their homes because the fabric of society is changing and there's more fluidity with the families. There are many mother more single moms and blended families, so they are more expenses more difficulty more mothers in the workplace. I mean, I think that a research shows that in nine hundred seventy five less than fifty percents of moms with children under eighteen work. And recently the research has shown that close to eighty percent of mothers with children under eighteen work fulltime. That's a tremendous difference taking also into consideration that many parents, many mothers feel that the world has become a more complex in dangerous place. I mean. I'm sure you remember, we still children play outside and I remember locking the door that often and we know there's a commercial out now where is says something about remember when we all went outside, the kids came in and and to go out and play. We're not ready for yet. You know the kids now and now you try to keep them in and. People up the door. We make sure everybody has this chips of combined that where they are on my iphone fund kick, find my we're so hyper vigilant and we're so pressurized that that is different. And and so mother is calm with more fierce less time and a tremendous need to get relevant skills because they're dealing with Xs in stepchildren difficulties or if they're single moms with no support system. And yet I, I would say it's it's it's more difficult. I didn't say less rewarding, but definitely more difficult and more dangerous to raise children that it was years ago when it's true, it's very true. So what has been the feedback from the working moms in your program that's affected your book in your program? It's really an interesting change the book that I wrote down glad Gail that I didn't sit down twenty years ago and right it be all maybe I would have written the new improved version. Because it is definitely based on many working mothers, either in my group coaching or my personal VIP and what they have been sharing with me is shifts since it is based on the know which is the regio boundaries dealing with conflicts, etcetera, and self control and the go, which is the green, which is with love than when through Seattle and creativity and the yellow, which is slow, giving independence, giving responsibility. What I have found something very, very different years and years ago when it began this over thirty years ago, moms had difficulty with the green you the compliments, they felt well, they don't tell me, thank you everytime I cook dinner. So thank you for hours away. And with this shift, I find to things that are different. First of all, mothers have more difficulty creating boundaries and. Even creating some self care time for themselves. So there's a shift at what was difficult years ago switch meaning we're always dealing with working moms that fine a certain part or a certain color. If you use my program that they find that difficult, but the color shifted the difficulty shifting and can to connect to what I just shared a few minutes ago years ago, mothers were really okay giving the children,.

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"But we just we just did what we had to do and on the weekends because we lived in, you know, Miami Beach on the weekends we, we would gather well, not every I mean on a Sunday for sure. But sometimes Saturdays we were both working and we would pile the kids in to. I remember I had a red VW. We tied the boat on the back of the car and it has sun roof. So the water skis went up through the sun roof, and this was before they were car seats or anything like that. So the baby was on my lap and the front. See the two kids were in the back with the skis up through the sun roof. And in the truck in the in the boat were the was the drinks and the sandwich. And the. Slept together and somehow it all worked in when we got to where we were going. We dismantled everything put up a. We had a play in there too. So we have been and the and the skis so we we blotted through, but we got there. So you decided to target working moms as your ideal audience, but. Why aren't you offering this to all mothers would want to improve their skills at errand of EC? That question is something that I've asked myself a few times and here's the secret. Any mother who was not a working mother yet by the way which mothers don't work. I mean, you know, I'm not talking at a job, but we all work in actually all over work. But let's say the mothers that aren't yet officially in the workplace, whether it is they took some time off to raise their children or they always raise their children in their contemplating this. Now, I'm sure they can gain a lot from this stuff, but the reason my target audience is working moms is for the following reason. First of all, as a working mom, I been working on since I, they, my oldest daughter was born, so I live it. I love it and I understand it working moms have less time are more rushed feel more guilty because if you remember this gal, maybe this would resonate with you. You wherever we are. We most probably think we should could be someplace else. If we're at where we're wearing about the child is sick at home or maybe a baby that's taking its first step and we are at home. We're worried about the emails when answering or some kind of project that we really have to get back to as quickly as possible. So working mothers are juggling in struggling being tugged with the conflict and never feeling that what we do is enough where constantly tired. And that's the reason I felt that my program which is described in the buck besides for my new online program that should be coming out in the next two months has something to offer working mothers. That would be very appreciated. The first thing is that my program teaches a language that we all know it is based on the traffic light, red green and yellow colors and the road signs. So anybody who have across the street or drove a car doesn't have to learn. In a new language, we know to stop on red to go on green and to slow down by yellow. So this isn't another additional language that parents have to learn. We don't have time at we're exhausted as it is. The second thing that's important is that every single and this is really what the Frenchie eight set from any other parenting program that I've ever been in in, you know, if you will, that you can see on Amazon two hundred thousand books on parenting. I can't say I've read all of them, but the ones that I have do not have this next piece of information that I'm sharing with you and your wonderful audience in that is that every single skill in the book that I created and described that can be implemented with our children is just as a victim in the workplace. And in every chapter, I have a specific section sharing and describing with real life examples how to use those same exact parenting skills in the workplace. And what happens is. Is that the minute parents can practice at home and improve the way they feel and behave in the workplace relationships..

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"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"Hi, Gail, I'm really thrilled to be here, and I think I think I might have needed that. I, I came up in the air a midday many years ago because my kids are in their fifties and sixties. When there was no book, you just did it. And I made a lot of mistakes, but we got through it so, and now my sunny wants me closer to him because he's living in one end of the world and I'm living in another. And so we're going to get together and I moving in June two where he is, but. What made you decide to write the book now after doing all of these classes and being in this for many years? That's a really great question. First of all, Gail on wishing you a lot of luck on moving to sunnier pun intended places and I'm sure they'll enjoy yourself there. I decided to write the buck because after working with so many different families over the decades and hearing myself spend time giving over information and inspiration time. And again, with all my groups in my classes on my practice, canceling, I thought it would be so much more effective and. I actually I'd be able to get to that many more people across the globe. If I put my thoughts down in some kind of logical order and allowed working mothers who are involved with their career and their children and want to have something black on white with chapters clear, being able to access microgram. So instead of needing to be either by phone or by Skype or in person, I just decided to take the time sit down take most of what I learned from the wonderful mothers who were my partners along these years. Am I own personal experience raising my children as I finished my studies got my degrees and created my private practice that this was been tastic time to be able to reach as many mothers as possible in the easiest way possible while that sounds like a very intelligent decision. So I wish you the best with this book. So I love the fact that you call it a working. Others GPS. I love that, but you know, this new parenting method that you create it is different than all of the other parenting methods that you learn about. So what makes it so unique and different. On that question is the most important question for me because that really is the reason why created the program to begin with. I'm going back quite a while as you said, when my children were young, I was very determined very serious on the cockpit personality. I love everything being perfect. And so I bought as many books as I could, and I joined even to parenting groups concurrently simultaneously trying to be the best mom possible was focused on the girls while was focused on powder is I wanted to get everything down Pat. And what I realized was that the more I read in the more I learned two things happened. One of them was that I started feeling even more guilty and more upset about all the things that I hadn't even noticed I was overlooking or doing wrong. And the second thing was I felt that I was running as quickly as I could never put up another words when I finally figured out had a make my three year old daughter either vegetables. She. Grew into another stage where now I had to go look up on page one, seventy four or maybe no page to find out what to do when she was fighting with the neighbor who came over for a play date. So I felt more guilty more style. And every time I thought I understood something or got a skill that I felt I could implement it us. I felt that I didn't know what to do the minute, the age or the situation change. And one day I sat down and decided there has to be a better way, and I spent the rest of my life figuring that out and sharing it with others. And this book reflects that, wow, you know, I have to tell you, I think I was on autopilot when I was raising the kids. We had three kids, five dogs and three cats. My, my husband and I both worked very long hours. I had my own business. He worked for a company and then it had his own business on the side. So it was just hectic all the time, but we got through it and I'm not sure why or how or what,.

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"atara" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"And if you've ever been blasted by the remnants of some kind of nuclear explosion. Apple all the time. Apple's remove radiation from the body. Any kind of nuclear explosion, any kind of radiation apples will so solve your problem that remove old carcinogens and aid, inhaling all the concept is everything. Well, that's all. Why would you even suggest you? They also promote, hey growth, and the sasquatch says, Dr the time need help with. Literally son Atara the sasquatch finishes by saying are closed, are lart note using human phrase? How do you like them? Apples. Tom. So the end of this son oughta raw as written. This is written by Kelly here. She says, after hearing from Sonatine raw and how fond he's of apples. I decided yesterday to pick one off the tree in my backyard and enjoy it for myself. I noticed that all of the phone Apple's beneath the tree were gone when there was at least thirty of them on the ground the day before and in place of the missing apples. There was several large piles of fresh Scott. Defied creature. He's a search, wasn't deep pellets. Eight actually looked like very large and sloppy human feces, but I knew all along it was left by the score on you haven't enlightened me. He's just on eight. No, your apples and taking a slob. So much of being enlightened. Hi, thanks for the guarding us into the fifth dimension and sheeting in my back. For all your advanced particle physics. You still can't figure out how to not shit where you eat. That's hell Vasa and she said, as soon as I knowledge to the Scott belong to, it was confirmed by an into dimensional elder by the name of Benno raw, ATar a all sasquatch better. Talk clean it up. Well, now she's left. Who is she's left with a bunch of terrible and shit in back backyard, just horrible base. And all of this basically builds up. You know, with all these different contributions from these wack jobs to the final chapter which is because come, you actually doesn't come through it all, hey, it's just he's cousins, and he's relatives being channeled by all the papal so west by Kelly lap Cereda's, but in chapter thirty. The final chapter of this stunning new book is actually channel by son, Bo, and it is mood the great KOMO coming through the savior of humanity. Does he apologize for the poop and what he doesn't at all? Let me just read you a. I'm just going to read you one excerpt and this is for beta this verbatim from German because he's highly advanced. He says, portals can be opened artificially by sending successive scale away to cross in a fixed point or nexus. And this is used in quantum computers in which those next into dimensional portals called cubits as units of quantum bits in references to the cubits, which were the units of measurement for pyramids, which had the potential to create portals at the apex, especially if coated with gold. In which case, though also collected rare mono atomic Gulf from the atmosphere. One of the most magnetic substances in the cosmos and use for its healing properties in the gods. Ambrosia the nectar of immortality are like apple, obviously, short sentences don't exist in high dimensions. That's what it's like. That's right. It is out of the rest, the Trump to John..

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"atara" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"atara" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"M for them to lead them in the future edges the hasn't shown anything so far this season with a time he's with the opportunity has been given to shali no one i have the tools to be a good quarterback in this league just hasn't shown at all he's got six interceptions actually to show it aschiana mccoy's he had an older what he is one of the best running maximally tough war and met defence lay us a you got the ricky attributes white playing corner they're getting older to on the defensive line though carl williams going to be retiring and they need a pretty much like i said they need to start bringing in young guys to start replacing the only guys that around that defense because if not in this buffalo bills team is going to be bad for years to combat i just don't i don't see them getting back to the playoffs next to even with what they do in the offices unless they bring in a new quarterback which i doubt they will the prying the prime bring i they're going to have to draft a quarterback in the first round of the twentyfirst and 22nd pike i think it is so you're gonna have to figure out some because you can just go into the season with nathan peterman being your um you're number one guy you're going to need them the fight for the starting job at least we need to bring in a new quarterback like they said they need a draft coupler cevers bringing some new guys tied imposition i'm not sure about right now because they still got charles klay a nickel lear a nickel larry is licking phnom better as each game was on so there the they're just going to be rebuilding i feel animesh your what's going to happen atara taylor where he's going to go he might end up being a starting quarterback on a bad team where he just might be someone's backup mcgann so we have to wait and see for him but let's talk about those kansas city chiefs now.

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"atara" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"atara" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"A lot of immigrants even if they come in for the familybased immigration process have dreams and they wanna stop their own business and to make a big in the united states so therefore we need to provide as many avenues as possible for emigrants two tribe and flourish this with one bats pathway for immigrants to do so and uh bite by not having uh this rule and freezing at real being less competitive because as you said uh the countries our uh attracting a funding onto pernas or would be entrepreneurs and therefore uh america is losing out and i think uh american needs to realise that it's not the only game in town there are other countries that want to compete in hand and we need to be up there and and we are not unfortunately by freezing this rule is your expectation cera said at this point and obviously the the this is a freeze at least for right now is your expectation that we will not see this rule implemented at all or because it is equally quote freeze it may be something that is put on the shelf right now and we may see it in six months nine months twelve months time under this administration it is my expectation that this rule will be rescinded and that is because this administration does not favor uh the use of the parole atara g in in such a broad and creative uh manda because there was an executive order that uh uh trump uh issued earlier ron when he became president that he wanted to limit the use of the president's a parole the tired you on a case by case basis and not to grant to broad uh classes of uh foreign nationals so i my expectation is that this rule uh will be rescinded.

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