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What is Motivational Interviewing?

The Psych Central Show

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

What is Motivational Interviewing?

"Barnet. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me as a podcast or in a moderator. I have interviewed hundreds of people. And i've been interviewed more times that i can count. Whether it's for podcasts blogs or even just a job interview now. I realize that i'm aging myself here. But back in my day it was just called interviewing and there was only the single type essentially someone asking someone else questions and one person was expected to answer then. All this research started coming out that the way that we ask questions was influencing the answers and in fact motivational interviewing was invented to solve. Some of these issues are discrepancies. Are problems now. Dr barnet before we discuss what motivational interviewing seeks to accomplish. Can you quickly explain to our listeners. Exactly what motivational interviewing is motivational. Interviewing is both a way of being with people of seeking to understand their perspective of being a very skilled listener. And then it's got it's more technical side which is sort of what you were alluding to is about really being thoughtful and intentional about the kinds of questions that we're asking in order to get people to come up with their own ideas explore their own motivations really giving people an opportunity to do those things because as it turns out. People don't always take those opportunities for themselves. One of the things that i think about very very simply is if you walk up to a child and you say what's going on you're going to get a very different answer than if you walk up to a child and say what did you do and i think that parents sort of naturally learn this along the way. Does this apply to adults absolutely the question. You asked influences the response and one of the things that i think of most when i'm thinking about motivational interviewing is this concept. We called change talk any language in the direction of change but what is often happening. Is we ask questions that. Get the exact opposite of that right. We ask questions that elicit reasons not to do something instead of reasons to do it. So for instance. If i ask you you know why. Didn't you do something. You're gonna tell me all the reasons that you couldn't get it done. It didn't happen. It wasn't the right time things came up right. You're gonna give me. And we call that the status quo versus if i asked you. Hey you know last week. You said you wanted to take care of this thing. I'm wondering how did that go and you know what would be some of the good things about doing it

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

09:28 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Really rude. I didn't like all these people now are talking about. How elin was me as mean and you know everyone has all these stories about everybody and it's just kinda crazy right it like left and right people are getting attacked. An insane it it. It's it's an. It's an environment right now. We're proceeding with caution is an understatement. Don't you remember when we were younger. And just everyone said whatever the fuck they wanted yeah and did whatever the fuck they wanted. I feel like we're all going to be speaking in abbreviations at some point. I mean i just remember like we grew up with cartoons like ren and stimpy number ren and stimpy that show was so fucked up rocco's modern life had phone sex in one of the and then and then that show all that that that was like a sketch comedy show. Snl of nikola one of the girls. Like i'm gonna go kill myself. Like i remember it because i just remember being like. Wow it's kind of abrasive but like it was like it's just so crazy how times have changed. And the fact that dr seuss's getting cans awesome state. Because of a racial thing happened to us. I know everyone calls. It woke culture like everyone's a woke person now and they're just so like we're not standing for anything anymore. We're not tolerating. And i think he's easing anymore but i'm kind of like and also at the end of the day like obviously like nobody likes getting mad fun of sometimes like when a well. I don't know because when people make fun of me. I laughed so hard Like i think it's the best thing ever like. When i hear jokes like a or you've been with someone who just rips on you like me when i rip on you to rips or michaela rips on you an ira bomb michaela. She was on me. And i love it i love roasting each other. That's part of like my favorite thing ever but now everyone you can't say anything. I know you accelerated. I ju- i walked in and you're almost three of them. Were mouth not laughing now. Well i mean no. I look moving to hurt your feelings. I'm just kidding you're beautiful but you know what i'm saying like it's it's just so like i just feel like we've all like i don't want to say we've lost our sense of humor. But it's like it's like everything is so what is the word. It's like Everything is perfectly a lot has to be re like so perfect. It's very curated. it's curated everything is curated like. You can't just be like off the handle. You can't just be you know whatever i will say like. It's i think there's some good to it. Obviously because there's some humor that was so second nature that was very insensitive to certain demographics of people and obviously if you're not in that demographic you don't understand that like you can be in a crowd in a room and hear it and laugh about it subtly but it's like you're also only laughing about it because everyone else is laughing but like you know. Sometimes you don't understand what hurts and what doesn't which is that should be taken into account when it comes that the pendulum swing so far the other way that like i think like bryan cranston was getting slack for playing a handicapped character. And they're like why wouldn't they just hire rehire real handy care like and i'm like does that. Mean like for american psycho. They should have cast a real serial murderer. Like i don't understand when where the line is there. You know so like when when it comes to things like that. I'm like i get that like some people's feelings may have been hurt or offended by like cranston playing that but there's also a sense of like he's representing a paraplegic as well. He's representing a person in wheelchair lake. I don't know it's uh this is the biggest thing. That's the thing like actor. If that were the case like it's not we would have scarface. Egos pacino's cuban. Yeah i mean an actor comedian. It's not serious issue or acting can be serious but it's not meant to hurt people. People are playing a character young. You're acting you are acting. You're playing someone else you know just like there's like girls and movies who play lesbians. Who aren't really lesbians like. It's like it just because you know n. Yeah it'd be great if they hired someone who actually had a disability you know but maybe they needed the level of expertise in acting the bryan cranston brought to the table. Maybe he gave a great read. We don't know you know. Maybe he will. Just get mad about everything these days. And i'm like fuck. Wha carry around all that anger does nothing for. Anyone doesn't do anything for you doesn't do anything for anybody else. What happened to just like letting things roll off like. I just feel like people i mean. I'm not saying it about certain things. Obviously like there's a line but i just feel like it's become everything at this point like it's just every day i wake up. I open the news and someone else's getting called out for sure thing and it's i don't know it just feels like we're gonna have nobody left. I just think it's it's you. You know the problem is that like i have nothing bad in me to say. Yeah crucifying to say right now. But like i'm still watching my words because any one word can be taken out of context. But i guess my biggest issue sometimes is that it's it's become a an a platform or a culture right now where it's you're either this or you're that like if there's no in between you're either terrible person you're like saying there can't be. It's like if you have any problem with this that means your this. It's not it doesn't just mean oh you see what this issue is and like. I have some questions about it okay. You're also a good person. He goes no if you question that then your garbage. Yeah and it's just like that is show extremist tunnel human beings were so black and white a and also the they leave no room this cancel culture for growth. Change learning understanding evolving. Change going back fifteen years when like all my friend making people like apologize like sure. It's not justifying that it was righteous or good at that time but like this person is not who they were fifteen years ago and also the intent of it was not jimmy. Fallon was under fire. Because i think he did black-faced sarah silverman to black face. Jimmy kimmel did black face. Obviously no one this day and age is going to do black face like i think we've all finally learned that's not something to do. I don't even know that they did that. I finally thought that was. I thought that was not acceptable years ago. But don't you remember fucking just recently. Robert downey junior played black face on that movie where he played a black guy. He's not black. Only passable part of that though was he was australian. Do you remember that. He was australian in them. Yes i can pass the ball. Because he's plays into the character he's god is going to open up. A whole can wasn't even that long ago and and it's like you know an. I don't know any of these people personally. I don't know sarah i i. I've met jimmy fallon quite a few times and he was lovely. I've never met jimmy kimmel. I met robert downey junior. He was lovely. And then everyone's just trying to like out of nowhere attack people and it's like yeah you know they act. It was just their decision. Like it was just their decision to do this. Sketch and blah blah blah and like. Yeah it's not cool that that happened you know years ago but obviously no one's going around now going like yeah. Let's fucking put some fucking black phase. Do it like no one's doing that. Like we're people are learning as a society even though like still a lot of shit happens and it's always going to No one's the same. We all come from different. You know experiences in life but like give people a chance to learn and grow. Give people a chance to make up for it. You know what i mean. Yeah you know it's disheartening to think that like humans in in general are more attracted to conflict like one hundred people outside of a house burning you. You'll see no one outside of the house being built. You know or or god. That's such a low darren. People like things get destroyed and burnt. And it's like it's some people deserve it short. Some people do but then some people are are kind of reaching. Yeah i mean if someone's doing something again and again and again and again and again it's like okay. This person's are shady person. But you know if someone's done something here or there and they're not you know sitting there doing it every day and being like a you know a ship bag depending on the severity of the actors. Yeah exactly exactly right exactly. It's just it's all such a it's it just makes me sad because i don't think anyone is born bad You know. I don't think anyone is born bad. I don't think anyone is born evil. I don't think.

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Go to the table when she was like you want unlike clearly texted you had a tape already but okay whatever. Select your the table and the whole time. She's talking about how she's famous in canada and she does this in canada. Like that's really cool like you're famous in canada. I was like awesome. And then she was like. Oh so you're like trying to be an actor. And i was like. Oh that's offensive when people are like. Oh how's the acting thing. I'm going to just my hopes and dreams and my life pursuit. That's great you call it a thing. I love that. So she's just putting me down and my god this is going. She was awkward. Jews really awkward. So i got paid for dinner. Couldn't afford it at all. She thought she was better than me. Totally made it seem. Like i was the luckiest man in the world to be sitting there with canada's c. Plus list celebrity. I was like this is awesome anyways. So she and actor in canada bottle. I want i. I don't even know if i should say okay. He's just may missing canada and guess that's cool so i love canada by the way but anyways yeah she goes walking down sunset and she's let's go into the hustler store and i was like all right. It's of a weird first day. Shore go hustle the store and she's like asking me like what i think of different kinds of sex toys and i was like this is completely out of field for me. I've never been in a sex shop in my life accrued. These things are as she's like she's like i'm bored. Bored damn darren. I was like all right. Who he's holding like a big eight inch fucking at twelve inch cock in her hand four. I'm like enjoy dildos. I'm going to go and she's like all you're going and i'm like gosh the gammy to go outside and i'm like she's like so where do you live and i point to this building. It was a very nice on sunset. I was. I was saying with a friend and i was like yeah. That's it. she's a. You live there and i was like Yes and she was like very much like sell like you and have another drink. And i was like no like i think i'm good like i'm tired. I'm gonna. I got work early. And she goes okay. And i'm i'm telling you within like twenty seconds of the of that happening this white. Suv pulls up on sunset with like six dudes in it. Like they all look like their name. Like brad chad add tad and like they're like oh i'm gonna call her. I'm gonna call her rebecca l. rebecca. What saw like hopping and she was like. Oh hang is in red off into the night. That was the last time i ever saw to go get a train run on. I was like what is going on right now. What the fuck like so. That means that you were texting them. The date was even done. Or you're trying to sort by dildos and the hustler store. Your it was. What was the whole point of that. I don't know an okay so when you were at dinner. Was this when you worked at soul. Cycle is one awarded soil. Somewhere she like. Where do you work. And you were like soul cycle. That's when she started to fuck in. Yeah that's probably when she was ago. This guy is beneath me. And that's why guys you never do that to people because you never know what's going to happen and people's lives like i hate when people do that like they immediately. That's the biggest thing. I feel like in la. Don't you feel like the first thing you meet someone within five minutes. What do you do they ask you you do because they wanna see how to treat you. That is like i. I'm not i. Don't want to generalize. Because i've met some very good people in la. But i will say a lot of people. It's such a like cloud a climb over culture. I guess i'll call it that where it's like people are like the they wanna get to know you and they put themselves out there to get to know you but mainly with an agenda of do you have any sort of avenue that can enhance my career over. S you know. And that's that's frustrating on like there's so many it's so sad. There's so many people out here that literally. They only want to be friends with people that will help their career. You know what i mean like. I'm not going to save people's names but there's so many like influencers who i came up with their only friends with other influencers and we're only friends because i wanted to be on your podcast. Well winning wish granted but yeah so. It's kind of crazy to me. Because i see it and like the most random groups of people be hanging out like hanging out on instagram. And i'm just like why would you guys even be friends. If that person didn't have one point five million followers probably not. Yeah like if you just ran into tiffany on the street. And she was cola. Shit still the same tiffany. But if she didn't have all his followers would you still be on the beach in her with her and fuck in cancun. Probably not no and that's like it's so constructed like i A lot of people that are like. I've been around these influence types and like i've been around the people that they bring around that are always like any shot like. Oh tag me in that in that and i'm like for what's you can get ten thousand followers at don't know or care about you. Just wanna fall you because you know this person. It doesn't make sense to me so weird. You should tag me in if you post this. Of course i am. But i've never you know. And that's the thing with me and i feel like i've never been like that like i've been friends with people when they had no followers. I've been friends with people that have followers. Like you know. When i shoot vines i would just have regular people that i didn't even have some people. Don't even have social media. I'd ask them to be in stuff you know and i didn't care about who had followers and who didn't you know i never have and it wasn't as much of a currency back then as it is no. Oh it's like now. It's like you know as soon as someone fucking googles you or looks you up on instagram than all of a sudden like their attitude changes. Yeah have you had people. Have you ever had an experience where someone treated you differently. Until they looked you up in the now and they were all nice. Oh yeah yeah. I'm like i'm not really wanted to like if i meet you like. Hey like are you an instagram. Because i don't solid. I use to communicate with people But yeah i've been out before where someone's kind of give me a little bit of a cold shoulder and they're like yeah like adman instagram. Bad them and then like the next day. I get a message so great meeting you. Oh my god almighty. You didn't even blink an eye at me when i was around. You know th it's It's hate that. I hate that i've literally had the same thing happened to me. And it's so fucked up and don't you just want to call them out and be like oh was it great. Meaning wasn't that great would have been great meeting me. One point five million ago would it have been great then. Dick all my god. Have you ever have you ever Met someone that you really idolize. Who was kinda shitty. Do you owe the love to say. Don't say their name story. If you want. Oh no shitty to me now i mean. I met people that. I was kind of disappointed but i wouldn't say they were shitty. They just weren't weren't inviting. would i be no at the end of the day. It's like. I'm the celebrities that are at a level like that get bogged down all day. And i'm not saying it gives you an excuse to be an asshole but like i get it. You're not always on. You're not always willing to be like. Hey how are you. Yeah i care about how much you love me like. I get it in. Are you seeing all this. Cancel culture stuff. That's going on like there's people in tiktok litter techniques about celebrities that have come into the restaurant and who was nice and who was rude and they're tearing people apart like their leg. This person was really rude. I didn't like all these people now are talking about. How elin was me as mean and you know everyone has all these stories about everybody and it's just kinda crazy.

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"I don't want you to feel like you're on like the wet and wild ride at florida joke. 'cause i'm from florida. I know you know what i love florida. Though i kind of do like crazy shit happens in florida. Yeah but i love disneyworld and universal studios florida more than anything pretty good. Those are the best like the ones here are kind of You know which is weird because this is like hollywood. The should be like the you know you got more land out there to work radio. Yeah we try to fit everything in a studio apartment here like to. Your left is the jaws right. Don't bump into king kong. Okay all right here. We go folks anyway okay. So we're going to lighten the mood. We were talking about really emotional depressing stuff like i tend to because i have a really depressing side. And we're going to lighten the mood and talk about your worst first date that it's not lightning as it's a so you're you're gonna tell people how old you are. You're like so young. And when did you start dating. How old oreo. I mean they're kindergarten really. You're like a guy a ladies man. Kiss girls i just i always. I was raised by women as house. So i never went through that period of like ill girls or gross. I'm like i live with nothing but girls always loved women. Whatever yeah but like. I think my elementary schools should have had like a reality show because every person had dated every person and it was a time before there was a serious attachment. It would be like. Hey do you wanna date. Yeah cool and be like. Hey i want to break up okay. Okay kelly. Do you want to be like okay. I just broke up with cameron like it was so funny five seconds ago and then just go hang whole hold hands and then go to roller skating together and stuff. Yeah talk about it like. It's the only people of that age group that we'd like our our elementary school was. It was weird like we're the only ones that we know. That did the worst kissing just like so horrible. When you're learning how to french kiss. Or i never i never kim. Elementary school not crazy. Oh my god. I was so bad. News everything yeah but you didn't kiss an elementary school. Ninety tech. the. I was holding hands. Oh my god holding hands was hilarious. That was like that was like third base okay. When was the big casts. The guests was Seventh grade wow. That's kinda late. Yeah yeah i forget. How old are seven thirteen. Yeah i didn't like it. I like it. I was like it was a french. Cast and you were like it was zero. I was like in love with you. Know whatever that means at that age. I'm not saying it's not real. Yeah i'm being at that age. You know hey I'm gonna go to the bathroom and then you should ask to go to the bathroom. And then we'll case and she was like okay. She comes out and like you guys planned. It was hilarious and then like she liked slipped the tongue and i was like whoa and she worked class. I went into the bathroom and wash my mouth out. I was like that's weird. I don't like it. But like i was weird. Such germaphobe kid. I remember i was watching like saved by the bell and there was some it was like a movie or something like some movie. They got married whatever and i was like watching them kiss. You may kiss the brass. My mom's mom. Do you have to french. Kiss your wife and she was like no. You don't have to a good. i'm not gonna do it. I'm so dead. I like it now while your tongue punching mikhail's kidding or not but but it's crazy because you say that 'cause you're michaela's also germaphobe so you guys are perfect together. Yeah but that's so weird. When did you start enjoying french kissing. But that's so weird. When did you start. Hearing friendship has like how did you go from thinking. It's slimy and gross rolling. Actually this is fine. I don't know puberty a they can. Just you know it was like you'd wake up. It's actually kind of cool. Yeah that's amazing. Okay so tell me about this worst day. We don't say the name we don't stay on online. Yeah oh gosh. How old are you. I was When i was like twenty three twenty three and Go to this restaurant. And there's this very attractive girl that's sitting across from me and we keep locking is. She's with her friends. We making eye contact. So i i was. My heart was beating on a much. As i was not like. It was nerve wracking for me. It's still is i mean. Obviously i'm taking now but like i'm still not great going approaching girls like zoe. Which is nerve wracking. You do is amazing though. But i was like yeah. I was going to do it. She kept looking at me so i go gala. I saw us. We kept catching is like. I just wanna say hi shoes. Hey like you know which smart talked. How about dinner skit. Cool how tonight. All right great. Well why like stops out. And i'm like i make a reservation and i do all these things and show up at the restaurant and she come here which is not the table. And i'm like are you at. She's like i'm at the bar. Okay go to the bar. And she's like talking to other guys. And i was like i was like. Hey she was like hi. This is cameron and this is whatever knows like hey do you wanna go to the table when she was like.

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Know is fleeting. Like how old was he. If you don't mind me asking when he passed the sixty seven do you have any disease. Does he visit you in any way. do you ever. Do you ever have any moments where you feel his presence at all Yeah i mean there are certain times i. There's one dream in particular like right. After he died. I felt he really visited me and it was. I was like seeing my mom and my sister crying over his body and then he was sending next to it was like I remember i was like a house. Heaven he was like better than you could ever imagine. Did he really in your dream dream. That's so amazing crazy. So now darren that so beautiful. Doesn't that make you feel a little bit better. Yeah no he did. It gave me a lot of solitude. be no he was. He was a great man. Tommy a lot. And all i know now is if you take things personally. Or to heart or hold grudges. You're killing only yourself exactly so that is so true. I know an and i try to talk. I talk about that a lot on the podcast to is just you know Healing is so important. Your name mean because if you don't heal yourself you're just hurting you're going to hurt your whole life you're gonna walk around and then there's that quote that you know if you don't kill yourself you're going to bleed on people who didn't stab you. That's ever heard that though. I like it though. So if you don't fix your wounds whether they be emotional losses grief childhood trauma abuse. If you don't fix your wounds though those wounds are going to stay open And they're gonna keep. You're going to keep drawing in more more pain and it's like you know and it's hard is not easy you know. Obviously but i mean you have to try really hard to heal yourself and you know find gratitude fine piece for your own sake you know and for your relationships in life because it bleeds. We all know in relationships if you go into a relationship with someone and you have trauma or you know whatever from your past. It's gonna come up. Yeah there's no way it's not gonna come up it's gonna come up in one way or another and you gotta work through it. You really do so so important. That's always advocating like therapy. And if you can't afford therapy like meditation like self work you know journaling like whatever you can do to get it out you know. It's the most important thing to do. You know even if you feel like it's doing nothing sometimes it. It really does eventually. So wow thanks for sharing that with us. It's it's incredible i. I haven't lost either. My parents thank god but i'm very very close with my dad. And he is like my best friend so for me like every time i have someone on. That's like lost apparent. I always imagined like that's just such.

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"With that reality of times ltd here He lived he surpassed that But i you know it was. A stroke is fine and then like a couple of hours was gay. He's like going. You have to come here now. So i got on a plane. Came to la. I saw him at the time he was. I think he was on life support. At that time he was so dealt out. A morphine was on tubes and that was really hard that was that was that brought tears and then the next day he he went and it was interesting. I couldn't. I never cried about it until i two years later like i never really was like i was more like a relief of like finally like my dad grew up with money. He made a lot of money. He inherited a lot of money when he so many things happen. Stock market his his substance abuse. His money you know dwindled at the end other reasons i you know i'm not going to share a family reasons. But he he died in. It was like a one bedroom apartment in the middle of the valley and he was mr big shot in hollywood. It was a huge huge music asia in the seventies and eighties and then he kind of died with nothing and The last time i saw him he would a walk me all the way to the plane every summer to go back to florida and because i was a minor so we'd be able to walk me over the land the plane but he would always you always wait at the terminal and like i'd look back and like i'd be in line and out of the bag and he'd be standing there just like tear jogging down or like waving and it would just crush me so we got into this fight at the airport the day the last time i ever saw them and then i was a gay. Dad look like this last summer. You for while can we patch it up. I don't wanna leave like this. He's a guest on all right. We had a good time for the last twenty minutes and at we go to the you know the gate and i'm like hey dad just this time. Can you not stand there and wait. Because every time i look behind me it hurts a lot guests on and so i go down the terminal. I look back. He just nods head at me and walks away. Oh last time i ever saw and was it is really makes me like what it taught me as i. I really try not to ever get off the phone angry or go to bed angry or just leave anyone angry. Because it's if. I had known those the last time i was going to see my dad wouldn't even i wouldn't have gotten on the plane you know so you just don't know but that's such an important lesson you know. It is true to you know because you never.

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

07:20 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Always made huge fan of common. And he would he would come in sometimes and like. I saw him in his car. One day and i was listening to his music thing and i just like pointed at him and i was like dude. You're awesome. He was game in and now he's I don't know if i can say it yet. don't say it but there's something cool coming up now now now we are working together. That's so exciting. Don't you think and not to get all weird and you know spiritual but like don't you think a lot of this manifestation. No you don't know i. I do know hard-working. I put myself in the right. Like i didn't move around. Rock crystals and pray for this. No but i do know but even subconsciously like people that don't believe in it the fact that you would walk by those billboards every day. In your mind's eye would go one day. I'm going to be on there one day. I'm going to be on there one day. I'm going to be on there and you were saying that to yourself in your mind. Even if you aren't actually saying it the the split moment of every time you look at that billboard. Not thought continuously helped manifest where you are today. Yeah you know it honestly though like at that time. I think it's interesting. There was a very direct switch in my life and at that time. I would look at these billboards and be like it's like no way it's going to happen like it'd be cool but like it's so far it's so far off. I'm going to have to do so much. Sandra slim chance and i really one day like i was. I was reading something that talked about the concept of like love. You what you love you invite. And i didn't realize how much hatred or resentment or envy. I was putting out there like i'd see friends come up and it was like good for you but it was more like good for you. Wish that was me. And i was like i kept pushing away because it was like saying like well. I'm not worthy of that type of thing. And when i really started like expressing with love and like imagining i speaking of jim carey like he would go out on. I think it was mulholland or something and look out over the scenery and just imagined himself booking roles imagine himself and he brought us off a check for ten dollars. Whatever that you know everyone knows. It's and I started adopting that being like. It's if it's already here it's my job to like. See it like an timing like you. don't you don't own time. You can't control when where how. But like i made it real to myself that it's not so far off. It's not such a slim chance it's literally right here. I have to grab your and like clockwork it started. I don't know if it was the attitude. I started carrying when i went into the room or went for a role but it changed. Takes it chances a lot it does. I mean people don't realize the mind is so powerful and a negative way and in a positive way. That's why it's like it's you you have to fuel the positive you know if you have those negative thoughts on not good enough for. I'm jealous or i hate this person. I don't know blah blah blah. John you have to switch it and go. I am good enough. Even if you don't believe it you have to tell yourself you're good enough. I'm gonna get it. I'm going to do this and like even if your head you doubt yourself you have to speak positively to yourself because it's all energy i mean even. Have you seen those studies about this. The way scientists have spoken to glasses of water. They said a bunch of really horrible things to one glass of water hearst funk in pieces ship glass of water and then they had another glass of water they were like you so beautiful like you're the most beautiful glass of water the most delicious tasting like they put both of them under a microscope. The one that i had negatively charged ions in it. The one that spoke nicely to has all positive a while to scientific experiment. Think about it. We're just we're all made of energy. I mean we're all just like matter in water and water water and so if you're talking shit to your water all day. Of course it's going to be a swamp you i want to be a teacher. Don't talk shit to your water exactly. But that's what's important. You have to fuel this positive energy in your life and it's hard i mean man i i feel like i feel you. It's it's a challenge to overcome the insecurity within your cells you know the projections of other people's insecurities that they put on. You like you know mean people on instagram. i don't know. have you ever gotten like hated on instagram. Oh yeah yeah so like you know. it's hard to. It's hard to look at that and go. Oh well that person is just projecting. You know what i mean instead of engaging and being you know we'll fuck you back. You know what. I mean like why now whenever i see sim someone say anything bad about me. I literally just read it and go like it. You know it doesn't even faze me anymore because everything is so temporary right. Yeah and life is so temporary worse temporary and it's so to get hung up on little things that no one's going to remember in the future. No-one really genuinely cares about like us. Just so silly to me you know. And and i know the podcast called worse i and and i know this was a worst for yael and i didn't know if you wanna talk about it so we don't have to if you don't want to worst losing apparent. Oh yeah i'm open to talk about. That taught me a lot because you are so young. Young Darren is half japanese as well by will. My mom is half. I'm quarter so cigarette. Quarter cherokee indian javanese german and swedish. Okay so your mom. You speak a little japanese too right. I do have a very good background. Javanese that's great almost spoken to me growing up and that's in school for two years. I learned he'd gonna cut the kana kanji. That's so cool the writing forms. Yeah and then your dad. I wanna hear all about your diet. You had a great relationship right. Dodgers is were very we. We did my dad. I mean my dad was a lot my dad would be. I think of near eighty years old today so he was older us older. Yeah okay remote order and a great man. He had his own demons He did you know struggle with substances for awhile and it. was you know. Part of him on my mom. separating Be i did a lot of abuse to his body but he was. He taught me some very great life lessons on when i was with him. It was all about me you know. He wasn't always around as you know. Whatever a typical brady bunch father should be but like i know that's not real. Anyway you know parents to me are just a complex version of children of a child in. They're doing their best and a really interesting thing to say. And that's true and You know my dad. He i was torn colleges in Florida i was at university of miami. I remember very well. And i got a call from my sister and she was like. Hey dad had a stroke. He's fine and like i dealt with my dad being in and out of the hospital for various health reasons years prior he does have health issues. Yeah when i when. I was in When i was twelve he got diagnosed with lung cancer after a car accident and Then i moved to florida and they gave him like three years to live..

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"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Show darren darren. Barna is my guest today. On worse i. I am so excited to have you here. He is i only know darin. Because you're dating my best friend michaela and you guys are quite a cute couple if i do say so myself. Yeah she would. Kill me if i didn't say that. Just kidding i mean you're accu- couple anyway and i'm so excited to to talk to you because you're on that show never have i ever which is on net flicks if anyone watches that show and i saw two of your co stars were nominated for a mtv movie award this year i saw for like best kiss for. Yeah best kit. What about you kiss. Anybody in the show got snubbed. I got snubbed. Kiss people arcus people you suck at it. You must be bad at it. Because i wasn't nominated. But i'm not taking it personally. Did you go. I don't think there was there. Even in such bad cast mate. there was. there was an adviser at ear. Casamayor classmates were there. Oh man i wasn't invited. You know you're invited a worst first. Podcasts way cooler redeeming myself. I'm so excited to have you here. Because i think you're such a cool dude and i'm so happy You make my best friend so happy and you're such a talented actor darren's one of those people that you hand him a script and he'll be he'll look at it and then he'll have it memorized. Yes it's it's a quick study thankfully that's such talent. Yeah i it's. It's a blessing that i can absorb it quickly Sometimes it comes office laziness. Because i don't really know my line. Until i get get to set but i do that purposely. I do that purposely for reason. It's not being lazy. I just it's fresher that way for me. I read the script. I understand it and where he the characters at mentally. But i don't want to really know the lines and tell them about to go on because you wanna have genuine reaction. Yeah it forces me to really listen to my scene partner and react organically which i think makes for better scenes so i agree with you. I agree with you. Have you ever showed up to set being like i al just doron set and then it's like ten pages of lines and you're like fuck. No no no. I always know what. I'm going to be doing okay. It's twenty pages of like a monologue reloaded curse on this. Yeah you can say whatever you want at tunnel sarma. Yeah yeah a lot of dialogue. I obviously will digest it the night before or work at it accordingly. But most of the time. It's the way they shoot. Tv's like it's three or four pages a day especially with me being a co lead. It's i'm not on every page. Show not as daunting. That's great so you have like the best job ever. It's like us show up play house. The gallon get a good paycheck. Get a make out with some bitches. And when i got home yes i'm just kidding. Guys watched the show. It's on netflix. Never have i ever. Did you always want to be an actor. I've wanted to be an actor since i was about five years. Made you want to be an actor. jim carey on. Love is already then. I have a story with him. If you wanna hear i have. I have one to mine so you tell yours. I love him. I mean growing up. I was obsessed with watching him. And then i'd watch blue. Burials of movies. He was in and was like. Oh my gosh is so much fun. Yeah and I made my mom cut my hair into a bowl haircut after dumb and dumber. I for like a year and i would go around doing jim carey impressions and she dealt with that. So thank you mom people like. Is this kid. Okay yeah yeah. But it's so funny with jim carey..

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Sharon Stone Discusses Her Autobiography in Candid Interview

BBC World Service

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Sharon Stone Discusses Her Autobiography in Candid Interview

"It's nearly 30 years since Sharon Stone played Catherine Tramell in the film Basic Instinct. It was a role she craved, but only managed to get after 12. Other actresses turned it down. It became a huge box of his hit on that infamous uncross ng and crossing of the legs scene remains one of the most controversial and talked about moments in film history. The movies that followed include an Oscar nomination for her role in Scorsese's casino alongside Robert DeNiro. More recently, the Laundromat with Meryl Streep on on the small screen. There was last year standout performance in the Netflix series, Ratchet. At the height of her career in 2001, having had several miscarriages on day after adopting her first child, Sharon Stone, suffered a stroke and almost died. She's now written her autobiography, the Beauty of Living twice in it. She talks about the fact that some people saw her as a very strong, difficult woman and how upsetting that's peanut times as she told the BBC's Emma Barnet. We think what it really is, is that I don't have the capacity to lie, and I think that people find that quite off putting And when I tell the truth that can seem quite offensive or the favorite Hollywood word difficulty. I do feel that in business. We're often put in positions that we didn't ever see ourselves being put in. And they're often crisis moments where we have to reconsider. I'm in this position. Now. What am I going to do with regards to the me to movement? Now are a couple of years on from that deep do you actually think Because the other thing you talk about being the only woman on set, you know men were doing your hair. Men were doing your makeup. Do you think it has got any better? Yes, because legally, they're just things that cannot be explained away anymore. You just can't say why can't she have a female dresser?

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"barnet" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Their band's doing version of charlie barnet's jetliner Uh-huh and The.

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"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

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"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"And i know that you heard that a lot. You've heard lots of talk about their tragedy and triumph stories. Not the second story story. I got the job. I got the woman i got demand. I lost the way i got the education. I got the promotion. I built the business. I made the first million i made ten million. I made the twentieth million. I triumphed triumphed over my first story. And so this is the classic hero story that we were talking about these are these are often really beautiful and inspiring stories. This is like the story. The american dream story. If you work really hard you can become any think. We're when we say you can become anything what we're really saying that you can overcome the first start because everybody's anything you're everybody's anything related to their beginning so you can. You can go anywhere meeting. you can become free of your can triumph over your first story. That's the american is the second story it's about you work really hard. You can make of yourself anything. So this comes down to basic human potential possibility. And because you're from california. And i happen to have been living in california in the seventies doing graduate work in psychology. That was the meat era of awakening and going to esselin and people sitting in groups and talking about their wounds so they could overcome them. That's really when a lot of that started in the sixties and seventies at least in rural that with most of us are living in in the world that we're talking about it. That's absolutely true. Because all of these self help movements and strategies and curricula and courses as well as all of the therapies and all the educational process processes. They are all about. How do i handle my early conditioning. My early belief structure my earliest sanctions may early fixed ideas. What are the answers. That are developmentally appropriate at this stage to put the clutch in on my sound..

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"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Welcome to the conscious marino. Show episode number nineteen seventy-three today. I interview a millionaire entrepreneur. Greetings everyone. i'm barnet bain and today we're going to discuss your entrepreneurial journey in restores. Welcome to conscious millionaire. The number one show for conscious entrepreneurs and ceos on a mission to build a highly profitable business that makes a positive impact on egypt's discover how to make bigger money create a bigger impact and live a bigger line. You're listening to the conscious meaner network her by over twelve million listeners. In one hundred ninety countries now joined your host. jv chrome the third the conscious millionaire mentor. Master p coach speaker and author of the number one international bestseller conscious millionaire their. Grow your business by making a difference. Hi this is. I.

"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

07:32 min | 10 months ago

"barnet" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"The deeper millionaire journey with featured guest Barnet Bain. So let's talk about that transcendence. You know we get we get the home, the car you know the suit, whatever it is know the suite at the hotel when we go on vacation. But I think bigger journey is transcending all that it's not not having it but it's living. I remember I was reading a Wayne Dyer Book and. Back, in the eighty s mind you and I met. Wayne Dyer. And I said to myself, I, think this is all about this. It's riding in the limousine without being attached to the lizzy. It's knowing that you can go camping which I like to do. You can stay in a five star retreat. You know I like to do, but it's transcending all that and asking what's the real journey all about because that's what we're here on earth to do. So. How does how did you learn to transcend the material while still enjoying it but now you're living at a different level. It's really great question. I I realized at some point because. Feel difficult. I began to have stresses more more. So than appreciations or what was happening in my life I felt stressed around him and I realized, life? Focus. was around having stuff or finances. I realized that is what I valued. And I also came to realize that you can't. Create value in the. World. Unless. One feels valuable. into feel valuable. I had to. Increase my portfolio. Of values from career in finances. Somebody had asked me back an will what else do you value? I wouldn't even been able to answer that. So today I'm able to say well, there are other values in a balanced prosperous portfolio. There is. Personal Health. There is family. Our friends. Yours Relaxation Areas Hobby There's spirituality. There are. Other people may have uh other values that they can put into that portfolio, but it is very critical. To devote to devote time and energy. To prioritize across the board. Of additional values beyond the kind of silo, the fault. Of, thinking and doing that we are accustomed to. And out of that balance. We begin to create. A different sense in a different experience of prosperity. It begin to develop an appreciation. For Friendships. And appreciate appreciation for family appreciation for wellbeing of self emotional mental, physical, Lynn, the being of others way begin to develop. Compassion. An active Kerry for the wellbeing others or the situation of others that is born. Out of our personal struggles are disappointments. You, In order to develop that kind of compassion One has to be One has to be cultivating like better have to tend to. A Yup to put. More seeds into the ground and tend to them. So the not just focused and focused focused on becoming a workaholic. Or whatever your poisonous and I use that word deliberately it's awesome. It may look fabulous for ten years, twenty years thirty years. A million, ten, million, twenty, million, thirty, million. At the end. There is it's an empty or oil food. There's no. There's no one that confuses. Computers a wealth portfolio. With personal wealth. And there's no one that would go out and develop wealth portfolio that only have one investment. So, we hopped direct our intention -ality into other areas of life, and sometimes it's certainly the beginning. It's challenge it's. It's very difficult to do that and actually is. And just to comment on this at the beginning of the pandemic I took five months and for the most part self isolated and took a much deeper spiritual journey and. What what came up for me was was that compassion piece? I came to ask new questions. I had always looked at different people. It's contributing. Certain amount of value to society. So one person might contribute more than somebody else and I realized one day. Oh. What if? On this conscious evolutionary journey called being a human being. Everybody. Has Equal Value And when I pondered that. And I wouldn't have gotten there without a deeper journey just like we're discussing I realized that the only way that I could say, one person had more value than another was to create value hierarchy. And in a lot of those value hierarchies that are traditional. Towards the top and so I'd never really thought about it. But then when I pulled back started playing with different value hockey's like what if the greatest value in a society was who was a loving and nurturing mother? Well, I'd get zero. 'cause I can't be a nurturing loving or horrible mother I just can't. I don't have the biology to do that, and then when I pulled out all the values I said Oh. Only. When we falsely value something better than something else if we just pull back in, it's a blank slate. Everybody is equally valuable because we're all in some way contributing to this evolution that we're on which to me is. One, of the main things I focus on is the evolution of human beings. That's what conscious millionaire my nonprofit conscious world are really all about. It's how do we evolve who we are and in that evolution we do commerce differently we build businesses differently we live life differently. That's beautiful. Let's talk for a second about what it, what it means to be conscious. People throw around that. What it means to be conscious. So we We meet the world..

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A Better Day in the Market for Cryptocurrency

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

A Better Day in the Market for Cryptocurrency

"Get I. Welcome to the CRYPTO podcast. Hope you're having a cracking die. You probably feeling not good. Why would you be feeling good? But why wouldn't you you're alive? You're listening to this. You got a smartphone. You've got you've roof over your head and Sti- above the clouds. It's a good diet. Why is it getting eighteen? Bet Well it's getting better because this week we saints Nas moves in the market. We SAY SOME TRENDS. Come back into play that we haven't seen for a whole We seem bitcoin cash onto a high. Yesterday I spoke with the level that I wanted to see break. That level was seven thousand. Sixteen that would set us for a higher high. And we've got that. We got a high alert. We've got a high. We've broken up. We dig it a little bit sticky around seventy six thirty seven the other live in the West but two of lost weight loss yesterday and last week as well full last matter but you know it's a positive thing we're moving in the right direction. Even won't be slow. We still moving in the right direction and pretty hard to Be disappointed about. That's a Bitcoin as it stands Josh before we get to. The close of recession is currently sitting right now. At seven thousand four hundred eighty three cup nearly five percent which is really nice to see onto a theory. A number two in our top ten amok calf really climbing caught significantly today. Bitcoin being a pretty deep pretty dominant. If they're now having run up to that level I spoke of a guy in the last couple of weeks. One thousand four thirty five. We tapped it right on the NOGGIN. And we pulled back since. Then and county of one point four percents so little little weight run there on a theorem suspected to use that one ninety four thirty five level we are at one eighty five spot six one right now except a pretty slow against but still creeping up. It's two point two six percent up. Nineteen point two cents pretty solid wise looking to get above that twenty cent mark. If I'M HONEST. Bitcoin hanging in there not doing a great deal. One point night sixers put on today percentage wise where two dolls node went up with two hundred thirty. Seven dollars and seventy cents. Bitcoin vase at one ninety four spot to full. It's not really much at all Point six percent a guy. Bitcoin Sipho dominating the whole top ten at this point law coin. It's two point two percent of it forty. Three Dole's flat needs to push up through forty-five really Montevideo US tools and sixty eight cents up two point one percent. It has resistance at two dollars. Seventy ite Barnet's as the candles just caused over the last twenty four hour session. We'd closed up two point. Full full percent sitting. Sixteen dollars and sixty cents.

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"barnet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"barnet" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To the Barnet financial our with Rick Barnett Barnett financial and tax today we're talking about the possibility of retiring early I don't know who would want to entertain that idea one thing I do want to talk about and it's one of my favorite things to talk about on our show you've already mentioned it's taxes because we learn from you that if we're not careful we're gonna end up giving more to Uncle Sam the necessary so continue explaining how we can make sure we are not over paying taxes and retirement wreck yeah well I don't know if people realize this but taxes for most retirees are their biggest expense so right we're trying to now figure our what we know that we are over pain but let's at least recognize and acknowledge the fact that taxes play a huge role in how much spendable income we're going to have in retirement and many many years many many many years ago we just we determined that tax planning tax strategies and we definitely an added included tax preparation for our clients was a huge part of the retirement planning process I can't even imagine starting into my day working on my clients without my CPA here he does there's too much value add even if people are we have many clients that don't do their tax preparation with us but we were still working with our CPA and the tax planning side of things you know there are many clients they come to us and they've had the same guy for twenty thirty years preparing their taxes and that's not a that's not the that's not the game changer for our relationship we like to do the taxes and we have a little extra control over outcomes but it's not it's it's not the end all be all of our of our relationship so I would just say that it's it's important that we are doing it because we want to make sure that you're not overpaying and to make sure whatever payment means we have to look at the taxes I mean the question is is simple to me because when I look at tax returns every day and working on with Jefferson PA I I it's just it's just another day for me right I mean I I would never do analysis I would never do review meeting with a client without consulting and have a conversation with our CPA to say is there anything else we can do you know we're coming up you know whatever it is end of the year beginning of the year tax time what can we do to pay the least amount of tax allowed by law I mean that's biblical right runner of seasonal diseases to oracle's lord so corn I'm not trying to do anything but help our clients put more money in their pockets you do that by lowering taxes you know one of the two things in life that's guaranteed as the saying goes so really ask yourself how much money in my four K. or IRA is actually mine how much or get to keep how much world Uncle Sam taking the question opens itself to other questions how much will happen my pockets my tax plan efficient my over pain or keeping every dollar I'm entitled to you need to ask yourself those questions is all this starting to sound like foreign language do you know of the tax raise the.

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The Life of Lena Horne

In Black America

09:06 min | 1 year ago

The Life of Lena Horne

"Since nineteen thirty three when her and vicious stage mother put her into the Chorus Line of Harlem's famed cotton in Club Miss Horn has been on stage and in the public eye over the years. Leno's had developed the sultry inevitable. Lena Horne singing style. How for which she is known throughout the World Lena's first big break as a singer came in nineteen forty when she was hired by Charlie Barnet? Who at that? Time was the leader of one of the swing. Era's top big bands after touring with Charlie Barnett's ban. Lena artistically. Psychologically season struck out on our own. Tom I in Manhattan's famed Cafe Society Downtown and then in Hollywood there she was discovered by an MGM talent scout who promptly signed her to a long term contract. Her film debut was far from auspicious considered to lie for Black Parson too dark for for white parts. She was relegated to musical scenes that had no connection with the plot and consequently could easily be cut from reels earmarked for distribution in the south. She did over star in a couple of all black movies. Stormy weather in nineteen forty three and cabinet in the sky. Also in Nineteen forty-three Lena Horne was Hollywood's first bona fide black glamorous Dr the first black actress not cast in stereotypical made the and mammy roles to black across this nation. This may assemble black achievement and pry doing World War Two. She became the pinup thousand thousand. Black G is many of whom went into battling jeeps tanks and aircraft named after her considered by many as the most beautiful woman in the world. Zero Lena takes a beauty in stride. I spoke with Lena on tour with her one woman show and asked her about her status as a living legend laughs. Ask that question yet. And everybody needs. City has asked me I think I think what you really mean is survival aval. I've been around long time. Yeah feels good to live this long. I I hope that My youngest granddaughter. WHO's thirteen will be less blase then my other ones who are eighteen and sixteen Then not interested in traveling abroad. Oh sing the sites that I thought I was working toward taking my children and my grandchildren on the grand tour of Europe and even including Africa Africa now but One of them was born over in Europe and Two of them from New York of been everywhere over there when they were little title and they're not interested and I'm praying that the thirteen year old and still is not too blase to take a trip with me. If I'm just hold out that long I oh. I think women shouldn't really be that insecure. I always was. I wanted to have a better figure. I wanted to be beautiful well. I wanted to sing like aretha Franklin if they had been Retha when I was born I had none of those things and I made it. You know so. I think it's pretty you silly women won't be like me they should be beyond and they shouldn't be in this in our use of Uso Tours and on the cabaret circuit and in her social life. Miss Horn has always been an outspoken advocate of civil rights do on the historic march on Washington in nineteen eighteen sixty three. She addressed a crowd of demonstrators. Miss Horn help breakdown. Jim Crow and entertainment during the nineteen forties and fifties by insisting on contracts ensuring that blacks could not be barred from her performances in white establishments she also refused to entertain white. I troops during World War Two unless black soldiers were omitted. Also I asked if she considered herself a pioneer and about the state of blacks in the entertainment aiming industry and why. It wasn't portent for Lena. Horne to speak up about civil rights. Lena Lena Horne. I spoke up for myself often. The three musicians or the six musicians that toured with the weren't allowed to stay where I could We will all not allowed to go on a swimming pool. Awesome had nothing to do with anything except personal attitudes certain things. I didn't realize that I was speaking for anybody. Nobody else until away in the nineteen late nineteen forties and of course as I said I was raised by very learn Millerton grandmother. I think most of us have grandmother so now passed and She just told me that I was human like everybody else. The communism that hot and the movies suffering and Certainly TV v is doing. What's tried and true over and over again so I would say they. They face certain obstacles not to do rosalie lap and not to do with racism but The first choice That that is not the first to be hired my people but I think that's due to the economy Well for waters May Miss Smith and and the rest of them. That was a great black singers. Called Black Patu blew. My Father Remembers who sang. Who was an opera star and she was named after Adalina passive white thing? Thanks so all those late some groundwork to you. Know I'm a johnny-come-lately Lena. Horne has never been one to avoid controversy in nineteen eighteen fifty. She announced her three year. Old Marriage to Linney Hayden her white musical mentor at MGM Studios and a time. When interracial marriages were still illegal and California? Her marriage proved to be one of the most durable ones in Hollywood it ended in nineteen seventy one would hayden's death also within eighteen months. Lena Sun Teddy Jones died of chronic kidney ailment and her father Ted Horn died. Lena reveals how she was able to cope with such such a devastating loss. I have no idea. It's must be the way everybody else. Does you know I. I wasn't unique. It just happened that There were three people that the dia respected terribly loved a lot but got The man upstairs take scale that you know you grave you agree but you put it to use. It's it's a positive thing sometime and every one of them had been nice to me and taught me a lot so I was not left Like the woman who sometime doesn't want to leave the husband who abuses her because she doesn't know how to work. They taught me how to work and until I was able to survive and take care of my responsibilities in the early nineteen fifties due to McCarthyism her friendship with singer activist. Paul Robinson Kassir to be blacklisted. In television since then Lena has had two specials which she has headlined. Harry and Lena with Harry Belafonte in nineteen seventy and Lena and Tony with Tony Bennett. In nineteen seventy two. She has also made numerous television guest guest appearances including the TV series Sanford and son. I love red. We've known each other long time and I knew him before he was Famous to the world. I knew him when he only had certain places to work and then he was brilliant. Then and I'm just. I was just happy that he had been discovered. You know what I mean. Miss Hololens first Broadway show in which she start was in Jamaica in nineteen nineteen fifty seven. She will probably be most remembered for her role in the Broadway musical. The wiz with her song believe in yourself. I asked Lena Lina if she had received any film offers since the WHIZ. Oh I have I have had offered to be lots of people's mothers and grandmothers. I saw ten is sort of intern. Billy Dee Williams I would like to have sun will lose almost as pretty as my son was but I'm not that access it would be nice but I've been reading some but They're mostly monkey. See Monkey do you now. Now

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"barnet" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"barnet" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Absolutely incredible. That's awesome. You know, we filled on CJ Barnet's questioned earlier. He said he was getting married. Congratulations. Jay. Yeah the way that's exciting. Congrats exciting times. Man marriage is a powerful powerful connection in union between you and your wife sits. It's been one of the greatest things from I do want to say something about marriage because I've been thinking a lot about this. And I know as, as I share this, there's a lot of guys out there who don't believe in marriage. You know, it's kind of sad to me that the family unit and dynamic is being systematically, stripped apart and ripped apart and torn apart. And there's an attack on masculinity, just as much as there has femininity as well. It's why the powers that be want to try to make everybody the same and it and it's destroyed destroyed and crippled the family unit, which I think, is an integral part of society forget about, you know, we were talking about separation of church and state, like forget about that. Like that's important. But let's return to the family man. That's so so critical. But I will say this about marriage is that there isn't another. Relationship or partnership or union between me and any other individual or company or project or whatever I could be engaged in the has been as powerful as marriage in. It's challenging at Har at times. It's hard. But you know what? It's supposed to be. My job is to challenge my wife not a negative way. But to challenge her to get better to become a better. More capable woman. Her job is to challenge me, not by hen pecking me, nitpicking, me and being a pain in the ass. But by encouraging me and fostering growth and expansion. Tell me become more capable man, and I'm telling you, what there is nothing nothing on this planet, like marriage that will create that sort of growth in each other. I think. There's been a problem with marriage because governments have decided to get involved and say, what is marriage and what isn't marriage and family laws, corrupt and all of that on understand that, but I'm talking about the union. And if it is within your belief system, the covenant that you make with your wife and God, that is a very, very powerful. If not the most powerful connection you can make in your time on this planet. Anyways, I'll get off the pulpit. But that's my thoughts on marriage. Yeah, I, I have to add this, I think the other problem that society is having with marriage is were copying out. We're taking the easy route. We're doing what we think is not what's in our best interest. But what we think is the easiest thing shore. And because of that, I don't think a lot of guys make marriage a priority and into to your point Ryan. I don't think the a man can. Reach his full potential of who he could become as a man, without marriage. I honestly that well on the other side of that is you talk about easy path. And I think you're absolutely right. Is can a man grow? If all he does is take the easy path. Of course, not because he retreats at every opportunity can because things get a little challenging a little hard yet supposed to be challenging man women are challenging guess what men are challenging to women to that doesn't mean that it's not supposed to work out just means that we need to work in..

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"barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dickson Bill Barnet's our technical and musical director during his parts keep the broadcast on the air. So I'm in Lewisville this weekend. I used to live in Lewisville back when it was a small farming community years ago and separated from DFW by a long stretch of freeway between Carrollton and thirty on thirty five there. Now, of course, it's just the middle of the city. Liked it. Then don't know how much I would like it now. But I went up to look at a couple of town homes up there. They have a new way of doing this, by the way, they have these open houses, and you just punch a coded on the door. And you go in there and the places empty so love it. Yeah. I kind of liked that. I don't like being chauffeured around. I don't either uncomfortable. I feel like I can't bad mouth a place. I know I wanna I wanna trash it. Even though there's no one there too. I think they have a little camera setup. Sure. Anyway. So I looked at a couple of town homes all town. No, okay. Near near vista ridge. Okay. And I liked them. Both thought they were pretty nice something. Well, maybe this might be the new stately Brown manner. I'm going to have to give this some thought I went to McKinney and looked at a couple of more. But Dr shorten your commute. Definitely if you live in that part of Lewisville. Yeah. I think it will also less than my total Bill two zero two. Yeah. Exactly. That's kind of a good thing there anyway. So I was passing by vista ridge mall. Well, now, it's music city mall that nobody calls it that. Yeah. I said I haven't been in this mall since probably I think the last time I went there was two thousand five I want to see war of the worlds with Tom Cruise the movie theater, and this is the year before they built a new movie theater. That's on the outside movie theater. You spend the entire remember it vividly. Yeah. Me too. So I decided I'm going to walk through the mall. And I went in and said, wow, this doesn't look like changed that much still very nice, very nice mall. Love it. But as I'm walking through I went both levels. I decided I'm going to do the old person Walker walked through. There are a lot of businesses in there that I would not have thought would be storefront businesses. For example. There's a senior activity center. Nothing wrong with that. But it takes up a lot of space, and there's what's the retail value of that well mall walkers that's a big deal. Now, I get it. I understand. There's also some place where you do something with credit. It looks like here's a storefronts the Bank or something or some credit type place. There was in other words, they were a lot of things in there that I thought there here because they wrote the check, but I don't know how big of a draw they're going to be and the place. Now, maybe this is because it's the weekend after the holidays not much foot traffic on a Saturday afternoon. There was just nobody there my girlfriend, and I went there right before Christmas. 'cause I remember going as a kid there with my with my mom to Dillard's every year, and she lives kind of around there. She lives in Coppell right across the street. Yeah. And so we went in there because I wanted to just see what's still there. Yeah. So the anchors are still there. Yeah. The anchor stores are anchors are still there. But when it comes to everything else, the only thing that I. I thought I knew that had been there since day one was the American cookie company. Yeah. That we're still remember that in the food court. Yeah. Other than that. It was a bunch of stores. I would never walk into. I think there was a couple of jewelry stores that were Zales. Yeah. It's been there forever. They're just didn't see a lot of foot traffic. I mean, it was a ghost town. Now, this was a Tuesday night. But if that's a Tuesday and you're saying that's a Saturday. We've pretty much covered the basis. Yeah. I it's too bad because it is a great mall. I don't know if I were in charge, and I had to say, and the reason this is the reason they changed the music city mall. I I got home, and I I actually had a tear in my I felt so bad because it used to be this pact plays. Everybody wants a vista ridge mall. Yes. So I got online I'm trying to find out some history here. It turns out a couple of years ago the entire mall was given back to the lender. It was you know, they said, wait. Hey, we can't pay the bills were done and an investor came in who had turned around the mall. In Odessa, correct by changing it to music city mall. Correct. Decided we'll do the same thing here. Well, I did find in that story which was a couple years old. Maybe it's different. Now, they only had about seventy percent occupancy. Which means you got thirty percent of the stores that was the other thing. I noticed a lots and lots of empty spaces. And that it's really disturbing to me because I still think malls play a great role in our our communities, but in this online world, I guess maybe not as much as they once did I'm one of those people who loves being it's weird being in a big space with not a lot of people. Yeah. Me too. I'll never forget one time. I went to Texas Motor Speedway doing a radio show there on a date. Nobody was there, and it felt magical. Yeah. It's like being in a greater and you're the only one there. I was I was walking around music city mall. And I kept thinking to myself if I had the money and really it was on the way out I would buy it. And I would just make it the new stately Brown manner. I mean, I would be I'd be scooters up and down. I mean, if I play house, I I don't know what the future is from all I've such great fond memories. But at the same time, there's nothing there's no reason for me to go there. Yeah. I mean, unless I need something that only Dillard cells, but but there in lies the problem, if there's no reason for you to go there is because there there's no stores there. But how do you get the stores to go there? So that gives you the reason to come there. If you're not gonna go there because there's no reason there's there's really not as big of a need for certain types of brick and mortar stores, bats the problem. They did have they did have a computer gaining place where you could go in and play which I I thought I thought well, that's good. You get the kids in. They still had a nice Cinemark theater there grog wish they would have kept the old one. Yeah. But I think those things for kids gaming, those have been around succeeded some places and certainly failed and others. Yeah. I just don't know. But what I win. They had. They when I went ahead at dressed up beautifully for Christmas. Super nice looked great. Nobody there. Yeah. I it's too bad. If you live in the Louisville area for goodness sakes, go visit the mall because.

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"barnet" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"barnet" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Khan talking about how experimental that game was because they were kind of limited by the tech and the first time around like original star fox wasn't necessarily meant to be on rails in the first place of greatest that's what the technology allowed for i wouldn't say we have some good star fox stories second hand from paul barnet on the podcast we did with him around game of the your time where he had a couple of stories about the process of working with nintendo on that that make it sound completely crazy gave gotta finish game like and it of what the ethic athena as an advanced version of the super affects shift and let them kinda do some of the things that they were able to do to imagine how it's fucking work you put into something and you're just like blood sweat and tears and then finally you're like oh it's gold were good it is celebrated the sick you don't actually guys were not doing it like you got paid either way but sure yes oh by the less here to to your life working right now so that's yes gamasutra did ask what is your initial reaction when you learned that the game would we cancelled in the quote here from cuthbert is i was disappointed of course but by that point i was ready to move onto the next generation of three d graphics the playstation had just been release i want them play with that i felt the decision was actually the correct one at the time if the playstation and saturday come out of year later things would have been very different so uh and another interesting quote here of that they use the pope whittier miyamoto always said star fox should be experiment for experimenting with different forms of three d game play we added a robot walker platform elements and experimented with the random encounter based mission so i forgot the other this game has like randomly generated missions i wonder if if parts of it will end up feeling weirdly modern right because random generation is just such a big deal these days um.

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