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"barbara brooks" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Investing by House hacking these days he pursues the Burr strategy the by Rehab Refinance Repeat Strategy and what's cool about Sean Story? Is that historians Sodupe lookabill? Hope, that's a word duplicate audible. Deplorable we'll leave that end, so you can laugh at my education historians very deplorable in that. Any one of you can replicate his success. He started out debt. Twenty Five K in debt, and he house hacked his way to success now. Sean is from and lives in Canada. Canadian real estate rules are just a little bit different from the US, but I've learned interacting with Sean that there aren't too many differences. So if you've been considering how sacking, if you've thought hacking was out of the question for you because you have a family, or maybe you've been trying to save money, or you've been trying to get out of debt before you get started down your Rosset investing journey, then I think this episode is precisely for you and again. This is a process in which. You can go through regardless of whatever position that you're in how the exact way that I got started, and the changed everything for me, not only did alleviate me of a monthly rental burden. But it also provided me with location independence. It also gave me tax shelter. It also gave me cash flow. Also could operate as a business owner. I'm now in the game able to experience appreciation I mean the list goes on I'm doing a service to my tenants. I'm stimulating the economy I'm hiring contractors handyman in virtual assistance. So much change in my life after just a single house hack and I know the same could happen for you. The same happened for Sean. So let's go ahead and get into a story and let's really peel back in and we're going to get really specific is if you're just like yeah, these pine sky examples are cooled, but I really WanNa know what the numbers how to systematically get out of and how to start investing. You know this reminds me of an episode that I did back in twenty eighteen with sunny burn switches one of the guests that's been on the podcast more than once but I'm referring to episode sixty three. It's titled Triplex Case Study. A-TO-Z and in this case study we literally I mean literally detail. Every single aspect of Sonny's house hack has triplex. I mean from finding it to negotiating with the seller to going to the county courthouse and pulling documents to looking at Rehab estimates and repairs to actually all the photos from the actual. We have sunny. Did himself I mean everything? After listening to that episode, listen to this episode. You'll have everything you need to complete your first house hack one last disclaimer. Sean has a family and kids. And he ended up doing the interview outside, and although it didn't seem to affect his audio, a whole lot affected my audio, so you'll hear a ton of wind, and now it's not my win, but I do apologize and we've tried to clean it up a little bit so. You can get through that and get straight to the value that Sean I have to offer for you one last time for conversations with guests and other individuals, and behind the scenes and things of that nature that don't necessarily go on the PODCAST head over to before the millions dot com slash group to make sure that you get access to all of that content, and so much more so without any further ado. Let's jump right into my facebook. Live with Mr Shawn Raya. Your feature presentation. I started about five years ago and When I when I did START I was about twenty five thousand dollars in debt on credit cards lines of credit, I had complete complete. Ignorance to finances and I didn't I didn't understand. Really. You know what I was doing in regards to assets and liabilities and I was focused more on liabilities will kind of fancy car. Could I buy? What kind of what kind of toys could I buy? What kind of decided close can I buy versus what kind of assets building my call him and My journey changed about five years ago. I went down. This rabbit hole of reading financial books. Rich Dad Poor Dad and the wealthy barber, and a bunch of other helpful mindset books in once I started doing that My my life changed completely, and it started by house hockey, and no, that's that's how I built my Voglio. Wealthy Barbara's brook from a local local guy here in Canada in.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Whatever Kennedy did you learn about Barbara from therapy? Made him concern that she would not have choked that she should not have children. Yes Oh that's a bold statement. If they're going that far artist say she shouldn't have children. What's wrong with her right? I know that's a scary thing. He supposedly said God for Fan that they ever have a child. Oiled after heard that Barbara Brooks had gotten married right so I'd like to know more about that but we'll find out how she was after the marriage which is quite a bit there is quite a bit to tell and you know. Her mental issues were noticed by everybody who knew her. The whole social circle knew about them Brooks once joked at a dinner party that for a million dollars he would agree to sleep with the next woman who passed through the restaurants front door. And this got Barbara Agitated and when Barbara was agitated. Did you better watch out. There was held a pay so as they left the restaurant she'd been holding in her anger about this and she said to him. Well if that's the way you feel I'll I just go off with the first man who comes along in a car and that's what she did. She ran into the middle of the street and hopped into a car with four strange men. In it she showed up Beckett their apartment hours later and said she changed her mind and it had the men bring her right home but it had been hours so what had happened there. We don't know so. This behavior is very odd very dangerous and I could see why you wouldn't want her to be a mom well. She certainly was impulsive. Yes that's a good word so the the bake limbs were very well known among the rich and famous back in those days they had very extravagant parties in their guest. List would include Rita view to Hayworth. Salvador Dali Tennessee Williams Dylan Thomas. I mean that's really remarkable legends. They were certainly mixing with the High Society Society. Weren't they absolutely now. Barbara was known for saying outrageous things and she and brooks became very well known for their loud and verbally abusive arguments which often occurred in front of their guests. Yes and she also like to arrange for off color games that are parties. Here's one example example. This was where the men would hide behind a screen so their faces. An upper bodies were hidden. Then they remove their pants and the wives were to guess which bottom half belong to which their husbands. That's pretty crazy. It's a great poured. Yeah can you imagine saying. Let's play a party game. My all right guys wrap up the game and is it really that much of a game. I think most women would know which one was their husbands pianists. Well it's a game. Yes everyone should know by looking at their shoes and pants as well. Maybe I think it was just an excuse to get the Dick's out or probably what's wrong with that. At least they weren't doing the Dick Tricks. Who did the dictricts some murdering husband did dictricts remember that? Yeah well some of the bay cleanse who who were with the couple on a skiing trip to Switzerland would tell a story of how Barbara had gone out in her nightgown in the snow on the night of a full moon and she'd he'd rocked back and forth and cried out like a wolf at the moon so maybe a little bit mentally unstable there right Oh however they they still were a stunning and entertaining. Couple wealthy attractive and certainly a lot of fun. They do sound fun. Yes always something right now. They seem to get along well well for some time but then their addictions their mental health issues their family issues soured their relationship. Now Brooks was an heir to the Bake lite plastics fortune. But his father had left all his money to a second wife but money hadn't been an issue because his grandmother had are left. A huge amount of money. Yeah but you know how greedy people can be. He was still mad that he wasn't getting what he should from his father. He wanted more but yeah they had plenty of money. Barbara gave birth to their son. Antony in Nineteen forty-six and even when he was an infant and toddler she didn't change her lifestyle. She didn't adapt or do anything different. The family rented homes throughout Europe and the United States and then around nineteen sixty. They made made their main residence in Paris France. Around this time Brooks had an affair with the diplomat's daughter who was much younger and he asked Barbara for divorce. said he was in love with this girl. But Barbara Wing crazy very upset not willing to accept it. She even attempted suicide and had to be hospitalized. So Brooks finally did break off that affair and agreed to stay married to Barbara. But that wouldn't be his last fair. No this is this sister portent up things to come. Yes now. When thing that Brooks I'm Barbara did agree on was that they wanted an to need to be a child prodigy? Although in what order skill they they didn't have a clue so that's kind of tough to recognize prodigy constantly tried to show his talents to their party friends. He was a beautiful old. He has well-spoken cultured in many ways. But his also mentally disturbed either by genetics or the way he was raised where most likely by a combination of the two he wrote and painted but he obviously wasn't gifted and this is very difficult for his mother to accept she. She actually would not accept it. I mean she would have him. Do things like play an instrument or reed of poetry in front of groups at dinner parties and if if anyone giggled or didn't say anything just praising him she would lose it she would go crazy angry she you know. Throw people out of her house and all this but she wasn't spending time with them teaching him anything she just wanted him to go to the nanny and then come out and perform when it was convenient for her and it would make her look good and we've all known parents. That are a little bit like this. This is very extreme but I can certainly imagine something like this with Barbara. Now Tony started talking. Early Brooks decided to give him Latin names for plants and animals so by the time is ten he could could read understand and remember the contents of biology textbooks. So Tony and Brooks did have an intellectual bond and they bonded with each other as they explored blurred nature somewhere around four years of age. Tony was able to go out on his own to study the insects and birds. Yeah but one family friend friend remembered Barbara ordering their young son to read aloud from the marquee decides erotic writings after dinner one evening when he couldn't read the French perfectly. Barbara threw a fit and told her guests that they needed to just fuck off and it wasn't just that he couldn't read it perfectly. It's it's that this wasn't really appropriate for a child to be reading. You think Brooks proudly told friends how Tony had pulled the wings off a fly to see how it would affect his balance and he saw that as a sign of the child's brilliance but it was disturbing to them that Brooks didn't find this behavior at L. Sadistic when they rented a villa in the south of France in the nineteen fifties neighbors saw Tony sitting on the beach and he was removing the legs from live. CRABS CRABS. But Barbara didn't see. Tony's behavior is concerning here either. She thought it showed that he had a curiosity for nature. But it does assume sadistic certainly take it that way. Yeah although the couple spoke proudly of Tony they really didn't pay a lot of attention to him. Generally he was was more of a possession to take out news when it amused them or made them look good and otherwise he was on his own a lot now friends of the couple. We're getting increasingly singley worried. By Tony's behaviour there was a couple who shared an Italian Villa Bake Winston this summer in nineteen sixty when his fourteen and their opinion gene was it. Here's a lonely kid who is heading down a dangerous path. He and they weren't the only ones that thought this no not at all. He was left on his zone. I mean to the point of it being negligent and there were times where he was so then. It seemed like they weren't feeding him right like they were withholding food because barber. I liked him to be kind of long and thin and elegant looking. She was very into appearances obviously and he did develop a bit of a stutter. Her you know which psychiatrists often say can be attention getting behavior or a sign of anxiety. That's right what do you think about stutters. I think I think it's more anxiety. Yeah not only attention getting device. Sure we'll during their holiday in Italy that year Tony began and stealing baby food that the other couple had brought further infant son. The baby's hired nanny had seen Tony taking the food after everyone went to bed at night so they thought he was acting out. He was probably jealous of the attention that the baby had been getting from the adults. What do you think about? That word. Sounds the reasonable. Is there any other reason. You could see. Maybe he was hungry to. Yeah but I think he was probably jealous that the baby was getting more attention than he was. 'cause he'd he'd you've been raised that way. He was always designed to be a center of attention right but he was ignored by his parents. Mostly Yeah Yeah. But he's he's he's still felt he should be given more attention well and I think as he got older and started realizing things about his sexuality that had to be difficult. Call it right because nineteen sixties. You can't just say mom I'm gay. You can't do it. I mean even in the eighties or nineties. Her thrones very recent that the kid might feel comfortable saying that to his parents. Well Tony did tell us. Interest that he'd had his first homosexual encounter when he was at boarding school as an an eight-year-old and by fourteen he said he was actively looking for sex with other boys. So this is In the sixties early sixties right so definitely only homosexuality was not acceptable for society and for Dad. His homosexuality was completely unacceptable. And that resulted in Brooks rejecting Tony. He totally rejected him. Has Tony's teen years went on Brooks began to refer to Tony as Barbara's son. How horrible is that here? He's pretty much disowned him. He says I'm not going to deal with this so I think that was win. A lot of the dysfunction between Barbara Barbara Antonie started they became closer and things became really dysfunctional and she tried to make him so that he was heterosexual and as he got older. She did have some very inappropriate. Things certainly did. And whenever they were away And Tony would be left left behind as a team in the New York apartment and he would go around picking up older boys on the street and bring them home for sex..
"barbara brooks" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"True Crime Brewery contains disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical Information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised. Welcome to true crime brewery. I'm Jill and I'm Dick Barbara. Daly was once considered considered one of New York. City's ten most beautiful girls. She was a model who attended high society parties and she married a wealthy man. Brooks baked land. The couple had a luxury apartment in the upper east side of New York but they also travelled extensively staying in houses and villas says in Paris London and throughout Italy but despite or perhaps because of their wealth Barbara Brooks had a troubled marriage after their son Antony was born. He became the center of. Barbara's life but as Antony approached adulthood brooks was really disturbed by his son's apparent homosexuality in a household filled with verbal outbursts physical brawls and mental health issues the bay cleanse lives fell into patterns of Substance Substance Abuse Depression and extramarital affairs overtime. Barbara's complex and disturbing relationship with their son Antony became violent it resulting in a shakespeare like tragedy. Join US at the quiet end today for the good son the story of a wealthy dysfunctional family that was torn apart by madness and violence. I give so this is a really crazy family. Yes there's A. Let's talk about lot to unpack here so that the crime occurred in England so I picked a British beer. This is a coffee porter from meantime brewing brewing company in London his English porter and has an alcohol by volume of six percent. So it's not too killing two dark brown colour Ebi. Some red highlights to it nice thick ten head. Beautiful Aroma of coffee roasted Ma. Maybe hint of chocolate and it taste mostly really a coffee. Dark Coffee Espresso taste little bit chuck with and some bitterness. I really liked the bitterness counterbalanced sweetness so ah good beer okay. Let's open it up all right. We'll take it on down and look we're going to the quiet any see who's there. It's the bad Santa from the mall. Isn't it yeah you know it's almost thanksgiving. I guess it's time for standard. Make his appearance share. Oh this poor guy looks. Looks like it's GonNa be a rough year come out for Santa. He doesn't look so good and it's only two days before thanksgiving. Yeah he's kind of idealist. Santa I bet he's not in the parade. It's GonNa hide him away. He's got a little bit of the Billy Bob Look about him like he's had a few too many little bit vomit in the beard. Not Looking good considering. It's not even Thanksgiving yet. Maybe he's just getting his courage up and he's GonNa Rally be ready. I hope so. I hope he's GonNa wash that beard the first object of business right. Yeah because usually the Santa's at the bar get a lot of female attention but he's going to have to clean up a little bit all right so you're not gonna hit on him now now not today no okay. Let's get started. This is a great story. Well depends what your definition of great is but it's definitely really interesting. There's no is so for this story that we're going to go back in time. A bit going to go back to the privileged lives of a family of three in the nineteen sixty s and nineteen seventies Barbara. Daly was born in Boston Massachusetts to Nina and frank daily. Her father killed himself when she she was eleven years old his found in his car in the garage dead from carbon monoxide poisoning. Now after getting the life insurance money Nina moved herself her son Frank Junior and her daughter Barbara to New York City. And they're they live in del. Monaco Hotel Nina Barbara and frank. Junior had each received about sixty thousand dollars in the life insurance policy. This was back in the nineteen thirties. So it's the equivalent of about three quarters of a million dollars in today's money hence they were pretty wealthy. They were very wealthy but some people would say even with that wealth. Living in that hotel was was not wise. It sucked up their money pretty quickly. I can imagine share again. You're allowing for years and years ago but still the Dha Monaco was and maybe still is used to be a very famous expensive hotel right so you can imagine raising your family in an expensive hotel. Your money would not not go very far. You know all your meals you either went out or you get room service. This was a very elite lifestyle. Sure was it was actually rumored that frank junior had seen his father killed himself by breathing the exhaust from his Pierce Arrow car. Now the father had lost asked most of his money in the stock market crash and unfortunately he began to see his own death as the only way to save his family from poverty. And that's what he did and he killed himself so they could get the life insurance money. Your north that's nobler stupid. I think back then it was considered noble. But it's very sad sat. When Barbara was a teen a famous illustrator saw her someplace and said that she was one of the ten most beautiful girls in New York City she? It was offered a screen test and she and her mother went out to Hollywood together. The illustrator did a lot of Ladies Home Journal and Saturday Evening Post covers and this guy was also a judge for Miss America pageants so it seemed like a pretty big deal he did end up doing illustration of Barbara that would would be hung up at the entrance of the club. Twenty one so that made her you know a little famous for a while. We'll sure her twenty one was a big deal club. Yes and she was a beautiful young woman she was. We've seen pictures. Yes Yup so in Hollywood Barbara had been given a contract. But she didn't like Hollywood Hollywood so she and her mom returned to New York. The continued to live at the DEL Monaco hotel but they also got an apartment on Park Avenue number high rent district her. Yeah but I think it was a little more reasonable than staying in the hotel. Were Valley had to be sure but sadly again frank. The junior died as a very young man. He was married with two young sons and he was trying to become successful in the detective magazine market but in Massachusetts he drove recklessly probably drunk and he died in a car crash. There were also rumors that his death may have been a suicide like his father's so we know that there's some serious mental illness in that family certainly do seems to have a genetic factor. Yeah and we're GONNA find out it's both sides of the family. Yes so when they got back to New York. Barbara dated John Jacob Astor and he his married at the time. Now there's a rumor that asked her offer Barbara three million dollars if she would wait for him to divorce his wife and then they could be together and I think she might have agreed but then she met Brooks Baykal and yes and I guess Jon Jacob Astor's father was killed on the titanic. Is that correct or am I confusing movies with real life. I don't think so I know there's one of the Astros on there. Yeah I think so. Of course that's a very wealthy family. We've all I've heard of them. We have you probably haven't though heard of the Bacon family. No but super wealthy family nonetheless brooks came from a long line line of wealth. The Bacon family fortune had been made by Tony's great grandfather. Leo Bake lend a Belgian chemist who immigrated to the United States Leo developed plastic which he marketed as bake lite and this plastic as you probably know ended up having thousands of uses including artificial limbs this pipes cigarette holders saddles buttons Even the subway strap hangers in the city. Many automobile parts and and these new streamlined radios. Which I guess we're a big thing then and the list goes on and on of course this is a big deal? Very important invention mentioned yes in some would say a bad thing of course it helps society a lot but now we have all that plastic in the ocean and plastic has been destructive to the earth in many anyways. Well sure I also remember the scene from the graduate when the the front of the father is telling young Benjamin what to do with his life. He assist plastics. Yeah he was probably right. Because that was the sixties plastics were growing out. We all had a son named George and he never never did live up to his father's expectations. Leo's legacy also seemed to overshadow Georgia's son Brooks. He had been brilliant student of Physics Physics but dropped out of college to become a writer and despite his intelligence and his admiration for his grandfather he never became a success in his own right. He hated his father George who had left all his money to his second wife. Because he believes that self sufficiency would bring Brooks the most purpose right so brooks really idealized. His Grandfather Leo but hated his father. George so that would be an important in thing and Brooks Life Brooks was actually a pilot trainee in the Royal Canadian Air Force when he met Barbara his sister Cornelia known as Dickie who lived in Connecticut invited him to come for his weekend on. Leave in. Meet this pretty girl who said she was a poet that was Barbara dickey and Barbara Ahead. Probably met in. Hollywood dickey was an actress and she was in a movie with Rita Hayworth in gene. Kelly dickey was really impressed when she met Barbara. They were both really really intelligent and very beautiful. So as a matchmaker dickey had brooks and Barbara visit at the same time on the same weekend and Barbara and Brooks were very attracted into each other from the beginning. So dickey was really proud that she'd put these two together. There is a very strong physical attraction between these two. Well they're good looking people. Aw Crazy as they were attractive. People grew looking and rich. Yes that's true to Richard Off. Yes but maybe I just I just feel like their wealth kind of left them rudderless in a way or it certainly could have. They could never really get their bearing on the ground because everything was so how easy in some ways. Barbara fancied herself a poet but she really had no education in writing so she was really a bit of a Hack Brooke said that he called her out on her lack of skill with words and she wasn't very happy about that. It was a tumultuous relationship from the beginning but like we said very as strong physical attraction after being together where Brooks was stationed in North Carolina. Barbara told Brooks that she thought she was pregnant and they got married in in South Carolina. Now Barbara was by far the stronger personality in this couple but she turned out not to be pregnant but she was madly in love with Brooks So they did get married and on the marriage license Barbara listed herself as a poet and brooks listed himself as a writer so they were both thinking of themselves as artists but they really had no skill or talent or training to back it up. They just liked the romantic notion of it I think so. These were more hopeful professions than their real professions. They really preferred to spend most of their time just socializing and drinking and having a good time now Barbara La-. She was physically beautiful and could be quite charming. Did has severe mental health issues and she apparently had discuss this much with brooks before. They're married but before she met him. She had been a patient of New York psychiatrist. Dr Foster Kennedy now..
"barbara brooks" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And I recall it was shortly after Mr. passed on his second one thing that you and I met for the profession, DACA. Very Nick Knight. Surprised he'd want you to stay away from dot Clayton. Doctor. So we had but I'm perverse by nature nine like poke around. I was throwing around the deck with Barbara getting moon band. Trying desperately to get more information. I feel safe. I refuse to accept the compliment particularly on a moonlit night. I'm reading too dangerous off on the very thing. I'd like to join Barbara. Why don't you find? So if I did we both be dead by morning. Good night. Turnaround, got no gun pointed at the mall of my back. Keep away from Barbara Brooks. Am I clear? Anything? Yeah. Just so it sinks in Saint take this long. Again, you enter the picture Dr Noman you found me they're lying on the deck bathroom in moonlight. And glut. Go.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
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I think it's a startup Yvette women but women attack, which I think is fabulous. But so the deal was really create women's BusinessWeek, which we hadn't really talked about over. The course of of the the last few months we're talking about second act. So that is coming to twenty twenty next year, but the idea of the second accurate about because again, I kept hearing the message over over. So then I kinda put this on the back burner. And I saw that that that second act is was going to be a multi day event in Denver once a year. Then I started listening to other people and I've been big bind mapra. So I left map out what? What a business or what? Where did you go with it? So I love mine mapping. Oh, don't you know? I know it's like the best way to brainstorm that to. That that's the way it breaks storm. Absolutely. So then Louvain I and some of the other we have a cast of members, by the way that are on that service committee members on this to help us break, the bright switched just not be an Lou Bates of the girls that you saw last night. There's a bunch of women behind this. So I started baking I start of my guy. I had the most another hub of it. Don't know what it came about. But it just came up about a week or two ago. I'm literally have never considered myself. A visionary. But I'm a visionary, man. Your own neck only that. Yes. What are the women? Oh that she's a good mother. I'm only that. I'm a visionary. It's right. Second act right is to have Denver be the hub of second activist on make this be a really fantastic to me aren't sorry to day, dive, deep and broad and really really impress upon women that are wanting to make the boom in their forties. Fifties to do it it providing them with resources tools. I mean, we have a play that were fighting these women as now so do that then as as the business self that I am we sided about redo micro version of second act in the fall, we're going to do retreats that are even that will even diving deeper it do cert- TOPIX at certain areas that we know as women in our forties. Fifties business at lifestyle that we'd need even like bass for classes, so nice. Yes. The division is we're going national twenty twenty. We're working on what that looks like we're working on how we can take people like you, honestly on this on this this new movement. That were created a goat natural the. Luckily, some of the people that are part of this team for my south lawn on over I never say down. But I- across the board have contacts can actions of Chicago Silicon Valley Atlanta, some of these places silly ideas for us to go take this booth. 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And so there's there's all kinds of coaching going on as well. Absolutely. That's it. That's the microchip that's taking place during your in between and by. By the way, I forgot to mention last night. So I'll mission it. Now. We also have Abassi giveaways so away we're making it fun. That's old brand lung giveaways days. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Super duty. We have the opera Colorado who's actually donated seven hundred fifty dollars a couple of these patches for Senator fifty dollars for the opening their opening opera. This fall here at Denver. You got to be part of the opening events including two zero lounge. So to be wonderful night out. We've got some of our session leaders are providing literally what I'd what's that sheds learning how to see Janet works. She's a social media maven sodas fake it. So she'll have a meeting with you one one. She really goes through your website, analytics Encino nice is this sales. So we have a variety of things we have things coming from the radio station by the of radio stations. Could it be there? My oh, that's cool air talent. Yeah. Yeah. Thirty Korpi spectacular. I'll have to donate something to that. That that whole mix thing. So. Absolutely. So I think about that. Yeah. We have headshots by the way, do you know, people don't count toss. That's just crazy. When you said, I heard you say that last night, it was like who doesn't have headshots. So so it's little things like that. We're really paying critical attention you. So we're giving away. It's so just at shot. So we're gonna take out starts, by the way for a very low cost by a Barbara who's there last night? But fearing you'll you can literally get a headshot for your business. I would say seventy percent of women don't have a head shot and you need to have a good head shot. So. You definitely have to you have to show up as you in ear, full essence and your full brightness. And really, let your light shine. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So the final question we always close with is is what three prose of wisdom, would you like to share with our audience today? Okay. So this is a cliche thing. But I get it. I understand what it needs now to the really do this. But it is listen to your gut your gun Zoe's, right? Yes. Always telling you, your gut knows you your gut has been with you for all of your life. And I so say, it's not cliche because it's it's it's like the most important thing. We can do we can. I mean, it's like we the more we tune into that the the the more quickly will get to where we wanna go. It can guide as it can help us make choices it can it's it's our most valuable asset asset that we have. Absolutely. So I say, what's your gut listened when your friends telling you, you should do it your? Or or something you I love that one. It's funny. When I started my business. Everybody was kept saying to me. Oh, you should be an entrepreneur. And I kept saying, no, no, no. I'm a corporate woman. And they're like, oh, no. You should be an entrepreneur. And finally one day I listened. Yes. Yes. And I would say just listen. Yeah. Yeah. Let's totally the universe. The world. If you're like me, and you're Christian listened to God listened to your friends. Just listen. That's awesome. Well, Barbara I am so excited to be in this event with you and be part of it and be part of your movements. So thank you for including me. Thank you for all your your wisdom. You shared with us today, and we will be seen new soon. Yes. Very soon. Thank you can't be. You have a great day. Okay. You too. Bye. Bye. Bye. I hope you liked this episode of extraordinary women radio. If you did please share this podcast with your own special tribe of women and help spread the love the dreams and the inspiration. Are you ready to raise up your voice, your visibility and your business? I am by you to visit me at Cami Gummer dot com. The find out how you can make heartfelt connections to my strategies to ignite an abundance low of cash and clients into your business. I love to hear from you on any of my social media channels. I'm on both Facebook and Twitter. Tell him next time, my friend, listen to your heart. Follow your dreams. And be you.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"I put on the search for something bigger veteran greater. Yeah. And you were getting all the signposts, right? I mean, you were getting the signposts that were something was supposed to shift. At successfully it. And I love that that term that you coins. That's exactly it is the scientists starting here read the same story over Notre where I thought it was low. I started discovering I wasn't alone. These women out there that their kids were going back to they were going to college. So now, they spent all this time with their children raising the basic kids right now where are they it life? They have a degree or not. But they but they had experienced before. And we're was out there in the world prior to so now what's their life about especially when you look back you go for B at fifty one is what I buy off of it. Look how how what was that moment? Right. Tell us. Because those those those I actually had one of those as well where it's like I can go to the exact moment where it was like, oh my God. I'm supposed to do something different. So what was yours by was? He. I had the idea of dealer women at do eat in what event for five years it boulders Evernote. What note everywhere he could think up my head notes at folders in everywhere. And I had always wanted to do with quite frankly, Gabby did have focus. I didn't ask the brand in a marketer. I know that I needed to have like what what the event was going to be in what the takeaway was going to be for the guests frighten though. But I didn't really have clarity out with that was to be a till last year. I went to a conference it may be a boss orbital. Fred just how I met you took had invited me to but my ticket. And I sat got a bet that one day last night. I thought I just need to do this. I just need to do this tau vitelle thirty people aren't gonna do this bit last five years not been you know, that I sat on it. We'll grow I sat on it for another two months, and so come in July in June, July, and I just said forget it up doing this uptake Italy. I just use is what day Jeremy I woke up. But I think I'd probably talking with McVeigh. Oh, and then I have a mentor. Rod Brown who I kept discouraging myself, by the way from doing it. So I would do the research and find out there are so many women's events. Somebody women at power mid programs of all of that. I discourage myself, which is not something I've known to do. But I did. And then I had people behind me like loop aches, and rob. And even find mother who said just to do it. So my autumn worker work date. I said I'm going to get a bunch of together. Did you brainstorm session and see what this event is gonna look like I didn't even know at the time candy. It was going to be for women over forty thirteen. Okay, planet women Susanne. Okay. Okay. And I started here. The same story at started. Here. Greeted women were again going to the same thing. I was going to that Lupe was going through. What what what am I here on this earth for I've been doing all of this whatever it was the last twenty years, but I've not happy. I don't have joy I hear about the term. Find your joy or find your app is that real it seems like it's just a story that people tell each other. And so as I started hearing other women that Estonia complain but show. Feel they were demonstrating they didn't ha- they were looking at passu lis- life with was we're and door personal life. Mostly career is a kind of you know, if you're not happy to creek cuts times get now, so you rollover, it's your personal life. So we did the I did two different sessions with a variety of women too. Because I in that demo who happen to be women that were, you know, over forty at had a couple of folks who had worked with before as entrance were now professional women who are either twenty thirty is the part of this process. That's what it came to be. I literally I remember actually can be the first day. I walked into the first brainstorm session to sort of lay out. What was going to be? I would never pay politically aside it saying I want you to take this. Then you have been wanting to do anything for women for five years. I want to take back and realize that this is the beginning of whatever it is. This is the beginning of gives me goosebumps, right? Yeah. Remember, she told me that until we were talking last week. She said, oh, we got I forgot I just you know, like that was the best thing you could have done bride. You know, I've never been buried. But you take you you tell your your bri-, your your your best friend before they watch on the aisle to take it all in because they're got remember at. Yeah. Yeah. It be buying. It has an event planner. That's what I like for people do. Yeah. Take it take it all in remember to take it in during the boss of so. Yeah. And let's talk about the courage of this, right? Because it once you have that idea, and you know, and there's so many people out there who are listening that got this idea. They've been thinking about it. They've been, you know, making their folders they've got notes all over the place on it. And they're sitting on that. Idea. What this talk about the courage that it actually takes the step into it into move into it. And how you really how did you embrace the fear that was there, and it just acknowledge it and move through it. Anyway. So yes, there was a lot of fear because which is really normal yet. Right were literally at I'm the breadwinner for my household because it's a household of one at. Wow. This could set back financially by starting all over again at fifty one at the time. So yeah, you have that fear. You have that George take that leap? Now. Maybe I shouldn't in. That's the fear that I've been heavily not so long. And so I think what it was when a pretty sure what happened with me as it sounds so cliche, but I was ready to receive a I'm ready to listen to motivational speakers as rates. I started listening to Rachel Hollas girl wash your face. Chan I always faster row. I think it's remained with your a bad ass you're bad as Vic money now. I'm actually right now read your bad ass every day. I started reading these I even asserted reading even I might book club recently was the you CK yourself up at your head at it's your life. Started receiving these messages stocked thinking that these are just cliche things that people say each other do what you can't do it. I, you know, I started listening to the fact that I can. And I know at doing it in practice. You're not every day. I practiced it. I have morning routines. I never thought that I would be that border cheap. Literally, I have five things of that. I do in the boarding. I do I look at my affirmation on fish aboard though. That's a part of it. So I I were wearing today. I also two year vision board might look at that as to where it going to be in twenty twenty one everything from a Bucar two two bedroom apartment. I don't the hat limited Haass, again thirteen years is enough for me. I do a prayer. So I say fair. Or for someone that may be feed prayer or for myself or for my mother. He's happy out yet. Eighty two I write down a rectitude. A siege. Is one thing that I'm grateful for by the way, I grip your on my rightful on journal today wrong. Wrong grateful for you. I'm grateful for you know, I I read, but I will tell you. I'm an audio reader some get so I do take in a chapter of whatever that new but evasion book or the interesting book is business look to I left read out this book's next. So I started this morning routine in its Tom at a started. I've always believed to myself, but at times nights, I guess site, so eighty leaving myself twenty percent, which the eighty twenty rule sometimes at twenty percent has taken over by mindset, bright out, you know. So you've gotta reach those friends that you don't pull you out. It will you will you over. Scientists is that what it is honesty can be a set this last night at our meeting at four second act. It's the round of yourself with the right people. I don't think I could have been able to do this either. Without having a mother that I have he's might backbone who's always believed if they don't better what I've done in life. I people like Lupe, and at you as a friend at the Bs and Jessica Joe in all these amazing women you've been on the writers who who are new France. And you also know my character and who I am from for twenty years ago. My it's so those people even talked about high divorce Fred some of domino were in a divorce. At the stops. Yeah. Texas, but that's what's done. It for me is having these people in my life. Got it. But yeah. In all such good things to take what I love about. What the answer is that it does take diligence on our behalf to to show up to do our daily work two to be connected to the right people to disconnect from the people that that police down all those sorts of things are so important for us to be able to keep moving through these courageous times where we're really changing how we're showing up in the world, and one of the things I love about you is is that your vision for second act biz con is you thought big, and that's one of the things I often tell my clients like they'll come up with a vision of what their new ideas are in what their new what they're what they're creating next in their in their in their business and in their life, and it's like go bigger with that. Right. Okay. That's a great vision. I love it. But I'm going to encourage you. Think bigger with this. And so, you know, what I love about the outdo is like you're coming out of the gate is like, you know, this is not a small conference is I'm gonna go put on a big conference. And this is what is gonna look like in. This is what the impact is going to be end, this atoll, the women attending are going to their lives are going to be changing because of going to the so all that big vision that big thinking is I love that about you. Well, thank you because I had doubters I had people that I remember sitting at a couple of coffees with with some people that I know that don't know kind of personally end that what I do set by to something anything. It's awful. I will go for it. There's hesitation, but it will go for and I had some people doubt in this whole vision. Dow and even say to me, are you sure you want to aim for two hundred people I think you should maybe start swallow invading a twenty person.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Unique things that I had actually at other balls, but I really think from Lucy the child who had fallen ill at the property during the holiday season too rates full times. But it was cut an eye opener for me that do I want to stick in the street because I forgot in at the time now nine eleven had happened balls were sort of thing the security around them and thirty issue, right? While it was exciting industry. I just started at the Keita's this way when ago, but then alternately a west that was always in my blood was shopping center marketing, so I ended up at park meadows, retail resort recall Arado and really enjoyed myself there. It was a short stint. But I decided that after I left park meadows that I would become an entrepreneur because candy has except last night. I couldn't find a job offer left pucker left that position. I was looking for something in the marketing brand deeded advertising world, and I hear a ended by bid forties and the toughest time finding a job. Like so many of us right him. It's like we. And I think sometimes the universe is behind as saying. Oh, no. You're not supposed to be doing that. You're supposed to be doing something else. Right. Right. Right. And I think that's exactly it. And I know that we're we're obviously dyed war the second act, but. That that's it. Let's see to that guy. So I had several friends who who do by capabilities knew that I was good at, you know, pretty bands marketing and all that kind of stuff. So I ended up because I could find a job I created a and I had the best aid for this company. It was called Brooks marketing grew. I liked that. So simple, right. Jerry, branding person that I come up with a really catchy. It's hard to do our own marketing. Especially when you're just starting out. So I create so I started marquee group hungry client phase, then I bet like this perjure who I'd actually bet what part bettas, okay? We started doing work together. Candy. We started figuring out. Wait a minute. We're gonna watch videos. Both have skill sets. Why don't we create any company? So we created a Brady departure the company decimal had a great time with that. And then the onset of both of us going. We've been doing this for too long report. We while we had great clients wonderful science that we enjoyed working with from Green Mountain high school here. Denver to Jake Jackson for entrepreneurship, which we were able to rebrand their this Titian. It was interesting. We just we really, you know, we had resorts as clients things, but both of us sort of she's younger than I by about five or six years, which she'd been entrepreneur froze deliver adult life. So we started thinking together it was tough Christa both it bit. Like, hey, I may not want to do this anymore. And it's not has nothing to do with you. But, you know, Soviet Han rotations. And so she did up take another position with another company, which she was co founded a fill a cut project area, but we stayed ally. I know project, and I have entered view Denise to. Yes. I love these any her speakers. Yeah. I know she is. Yes. Love her. She's house, right? Yeah. And I love the whole everything that you know, the whole project Inya stands for. So it's really it's so cool. Her story is amazing. Yeah. She read it. Yeah. Absolutely. I ended up keeping decibel because then I got a big Klein on Ford at I thought. Okay. Well, this is pay me XYZ bunt. Maybe I could do this. But I wasn't happy. I still was not happy. It went might thing. Right. So last summer a fast forward in that, you know, I started rethink aid by what next by my purpose of life such a good question. Right. Yeah. It's a really good question to ask yourself. What do you wanna do you grow up? And I kept hearing that from several women who were in corporate were entrepreneurs because they had discovered what they wanted to do, you know, and it wasn't corporates. They became entrepreneurs are happy. So I don't know candy. I just started feeling like I
"barbara brooks" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Amazing. And this vision. We're going to get into how his vision came about. But where I really want to start today. Barbara is I want to hear about your second actor any because I know this is this is a big transition for you. Tell us a little bit about what's happened for you that your second act came about. Yeah. I would say as well. So I'm corporate girl. Yeah. Thought that I would retire. You know, you and me both. That's right. We share that at common. So I was an accidental entrepreneur are attorney that came about after I left position, and but going back to my corporate life, I was in the mall. Mark lean visits. Savell a business development world ice started with that industry when I was in high school working at I'm gonna date myself a casual corner. I worked in casual corner to write that. So any actual? Yeah. Funny. I told him that was my first job. You're kidding me. Now though by dodge. Yes. Well, it's so when I knew then that I wanted to go to the mall the ball wrote. But other Mark each side so fast forward, I have had a really successful award-winning career in the shopping center world, but then got bird doubt in my late. The late ninety said lived all over the US site Lipton from San Antonio, Texas, Longview, Salt Lake City. Albany New York back to Dallas Fort Worth area, less Vegas, whereas with fashion show the on the strip and then decided I needed to come back home. I was little burned out on and I wanted to do something different. And even then I questioned what is my future. That was just my mid thirties, and Colorado is your home. Then Colorado is not home with springs yet. Guys, my home, okay yet boarded raised while. I was I was actually born in France military parents, but yeah, they retired air. Okay. Couple texans. Call Colorado home. Gay though, yet I came back, and I was one of those people by mid thirties at live with her mom for a couple of years figure out where it was headed in life during that time I worked at radio of the local radio show, cool. Yeah. Yes. It Colorado Springs enjoyed it. So what were you doing in radio? My goodness. I was the director of marketing for a radio station. Magic up Deb back for the day. And it was about a forty thousand dollar pay cut. It was big pay cut. But I really do that. Because I was trying to find myself. So I ended up in radio, isn't that up here? Denver as a sales rep for one of the top stations here. I'll pay us seventy five also worked for Alice what five point nine here. Denver at at some others that yeah, it was terribly happy. I was making great, buddy. Enjoyed it. Enjoyed the being the entertainment. Industry of speak even worked at radio and TV sales for the nine views of stationed at pats TV at the time enjoyed it. Again, enjoy the money back then, but he was important to be as as it usually is when you're at a certain age in life and was even able to buy a home single by the whole the whole bit. But then I got the issue to go back to buy Mike rear shopping centers. So I was at a town center at a Hora formally Aurora ball here, Denver and where. Where I was exposed to some unique. It's doesn't was reminded that as you work in that industry. You're literally the mayor of the the ball on how interesting. Yes, you really you really sponsor for the life lives of those people that are happen shopping center that are visited your shopping center for that day. There could be a hundred thousand people there. Right. So I experienced really unique
"barbara brooks" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"This is episode ninety four extrordinary women radio. Welcome extrordinary women radio. I of your host Cami Gilmore women are being called to lead the voice vitality and bigger each week. Join me for wisdom deals interviews. With extraordinary women living out loud and making a difference in our world their stories will uplift inspire and spark your own purpose driven journey low. My extrordinary women friends. Well, we're here in Colorado with a bomb cyclone going on. And that's a blizzard with extrordinary wins shutting down power and closing roads in schools and businesses all across our state keeping us all indoors. And that's fine. By me, as it's giving me plenty of space to work on writing my new talks for twenty nineteen one of my goals. This year was to be speaking more. And I've set up an incredible year of connecting. With extraordinary women on stage in April of the Milwaukee may em- Portland in Salt Lake City, July and Tampa. Orlando in Dallas and September in Victoria BC. If you're in any of these cities, please let me know as I'd love to connect love to connect in real life. The full schedules on my website Cami ner dot com with details on where all be in between all of these. I have several Denver appearances starting next week at the second act biz con co founded by today's extrordinary women radio guests, Barbara Brooks might good friend may boss who has graced our stories here on extrordinary woman radio introduced me to Barbara few months ago. And I'm so honored to be a part of the amazing speaker panel that has lined up as well as doing some spotlight business coaching in the coach's corner, you'll have to go check it out at WWW. Second act biz console. That's all spelled out as he C O N D A C T B I Z CON dot com. This conference is for women in their forties and fifties who are wanting to stay. Art their second third or even fourth act in life in business. There's going to be all kinds of stories being told on women's stepping in to their own second axe the conference includes high level breakout. Tracks panel in audience discussions, deep dives hands on workshops and socials with like-minded gen-x N, boomer women. I can't wait. Now. Let me tell you about the co founder Barbara Brooks our guest today. Barber is a twenty eight year marketing aficionado, turn accidental entrepreneur. She's a powerhouse community leader a dynamic speaker in a diehard Palance as living the next phase of her life with purpose. Envision yet. She's Mike kind of woman. Her mission is to offend typically inspire women to win big and boldly at work and everywhere in between. If you've been thinking about your what's next in life in business and are really ready to raise up how. Your living life out loud. Then you're going to want to join us next week at the second act biz bitcon on March twenty first through twenty third at the art hotel in Denver, use the promotional code canny forty and get forty dollars off your registration. And then let me know you're coming. Now. Let's divan meet Barbara Brooks. Well, welcomed extraordinary women radio, Barbara it was so great. The finally made you in real life last night. It was wonderful. Thank you for campaign. Yeah. Yeah. What a wonderful group of women. You have put together. It's just such a laissez, and we're very lucky to have such strong amazing powerful women come together for this. This new thing that we're creating. Yes of Barbara hosted us last night at the art hotel, which is a fabulous hotel in downtown Denver, and we are all of the speakers, and the coaches who are going to be in the second act biz con in this going to be amazing conference. And we'll tell you more about that as we wrap up today, and I can tell you, Barbara, I am so honored to be a speaker. And in the coach's corner at this conference in just really really honored. It's a topic that I'm so passionate about I could tell for the first time, I met Geico ahead through the Avaz. I just knew that we had to have you apart of this. It's so drilled at its is the great how might. But this is frightened relief ahead actually read your books that would she saw that? I was that. I bet you. She said, what are you kidding me? I love her book. That was such. It was such a really warmed my heart. When she told me that it was just, you know, it just feels really good to have that kind of feedback from somebody. So yeah, you work is actually being read that and listened to you. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're putting together just this magnificent event and you're getting amazing sponsors to. I mean, I'm just blown away by the sponsors. You're getting who are some of the authors. Gosh, I just blown away as you are. Right. Goodness. So we had see white banks here. That's a local Colorado begging bake, a we have Microsoft ought which is amazing. Wow. Right. We were very very thrilled to get that meeting with them. And then have them on the spot say where it within ten minutes may expressing what we're looking to achieve. Did we have NATO so interested enough to tack tech company that you? Hurt last night. They are the Uber to babysitting. So yeah. And you know, we I've done I've interviewed Nanno here on the on the past several months ago. So. So if you guys can go back and listen to Liz Ordos podcast because I interviewed her several months ago. I love their company tastic, we're lucky that they're going to be provided some suppository babysitting our bent, but we also have the Colorado women's college at Denver university in Colorado. So the Dame is a second actor, you know, as you said, that's the name of the conferences sick can act. She was thrilled to be taking part in this whip cozy what a one radio station, however, rental biz magazine Rupa coach does so we're off to stop the candy. He totally totally in. This is for women who are forty over forty and fifty and they're really thinking about their watch next at that second act in their life. Maybe the third or fourth for some of his right? And it's going to be in the lineup is just amazing.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To be provocative during a committee meeting to highlight the need to get hiv patients into treatment participants at sunday's aides walk and 5 k in piedmont park all the comments appalling and cruel a memorial gardens dedicated at a gainesville cemetery to commemorate more than 1100 america africa and americans buried in unmarked graves councilwoman barbara brooks helped spearhead the project i was overwhelmed with emotion six black granite benches surround a sevenfoot high monument at the altar of this to cemetery wsb news time eight twelve four minutes past eight o'clock on his soggy monday morning is bringing channel 2 meteorologist brad nitz and read the rangers going to keep falling for at least a good part today yeah that's right as we head through the rest of this morning periods of heavy rain at times that'll start clearing out this afternoon we'll have a high of seventy degrees today clearing this afternoon and this evening turning cooler as well as a cold front slides through headed down towards a low tomorrow morning of fifty one we'll be mostly sunny breezy and cool through the day tomorrow despite the sunshine will top out at sixty six northwest winds blowing and cooler air tomorrow with gusto twenty miles an hour and then on wednesday even cooler still we start wednesday morning at forty three in the city some of the northern suburbs even down into the upper thirty's than son only with a high of only fifty nine on wednesday we're going to stay cool as we head into thursday and friday as well coming up my fiveday forecast in just a few minutes right now 65 on peachtree street i'm channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz wsb treatments if those rose again triple team traffic smilin' mark mckay watching a red alert on adopt out of a.
"barbara brooks" Discussed on KFMB 760AM
"And orlando florida thursday oh rescue lead was for the birds bill whitney report evening rush hour traffic was sonora was a fire rescue team joined stay fishing wildlife experts and working to get to american ball the eagles out of a dream each ditch they found one bird with its wing spread over the other it finally full off leading the second able to be rescue okay brian flynn of the on a bond center for birds of for a says that was probably a territorial dispute i get into territory finally get lott was his the a lot and devante the near live the bold legal or national symbol is federally protected bill whitney cbs news today's veterans day bill more will be spending and had a breakfast at the white house more was a sergeant in the us army forty fifth infantry division part of operation drang going in france he marched into germany deliberate the dutch all suck concentration camp he's a hundred eight years old jim chenevey cbs news search suspects the barbara brooks that's one of the stories we're following on am seventy sixty authority serj from daunted dusk today for a fisherman who went missing after is give cap sized en route sees off the coast of low whole yeah but were unable to find him the search for tony know when of san diego was suspended just after sunset life guards plan to resume us search this morning the california public utilities commissioner's authorized to pilot programs for san diego gas electric down southern california addison offer commercial industrial in agriculture all customers discounts for using energy in the middle of the day female lord how island stick in sex of laid more than five hundred exit the san diego zoo in the past couple of months this is the first time the critically endangered.