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"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"Welcome to hot flashes and cool topics the podcast for women in midlife and beyond at hough flashes and cool topics we talk about anything and everything to do with midlife. My name is colleen. Nine name is bridget and today we are talking to. Joseph is set for the second half of her interview which you know she is just such a wonderful woman and so great. Such a great representative of what midlife should look like. Because she's very honest and going through the empty nest and she's at a point in her life where she's kind of in transition she's moving. She would love to do a series. And she's very honest and open. And i think relatable to a lot of our listeners and to us because of that but before we start the interview i just wanted to Give a little confession. I'm actually calling in from vacation at myrtle beach. Because i survived my daughter's wedding that's right. She deserves that vacation. Abdullah new i was. I was just at the beach just for a quick weekend. A tennis thing which was a blasted bonfire on the beach at night with it was so we were. I'm surprised i have a voice. I'd sing terribly. But i was singing. Every song and good for speaker and we were dancing and there was a bachelorette party next to us and we put them to shame. We were having so much fun. And then when i got back sunday that evening i watched as the said in the new fantasy island and it was so good. She was with. Daphne's the negga and laura laura leighton and it was so great to see those melrose people although they were not there melrose characters but they were celebrating their fiftieth birthday. So that was so great to see. See how that was so if you haven't watched it yet try to go get it. I think he can catch it on. Hulu ri- yes so are even fox. Tv that yes absolutely and we did talk about that in episode one so if you missed the first half of this interview you can listen to..
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
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"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"Album it all. They that was not part of their claim brought tissues for me. But i'm sweet sweet in their next great ill i. It's it's surreal because you blink and it happens and yes and you look back and you say okay. My daughter's twenty five now and you look back when you were twenty five year old miller's place like and they did not have social media so anything that you did was not taped. You're very in that respect. What was living your twenties on. Miller's place i mean it was all consuming. Really i mean i had that just little my life in a box so most. It was went by like that and i worked and i was married. I got married to rob. Of course it didn't get mile road so we plan the wedding and all of this and it was on the friday. May i think it was. And then i started work. I got started the monday so it was just like i think back my son's twenty two. I'm mary and on the show. I don't know how. I just would never be ready for that right. I what i know is are obviously not married now. So i wasn't ready for it but i i was growing right as a person in my twenties during that time. And you know there's something to be said to about like milestones and living living our lives as the age. You're at so. Because i started working so young. I didn't go to college right out of high school. I was in japan then and now lay in everything happened just happened so so quickly. Bass super super driven. I wanted it to happen. But like i missed out on certain parts of my life that i think we're really now now as an adult looking back i needed. You made those times those times to grow in college dorms if you are already and have fun right like i've been working so hard for so long and that's why so for me this time right now to allow myself to to.
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"She was saying you know as she gets older. She really picks and chooses what she wants to do because she if she feels that passion for she knows. It's the right choice but she has that privilege saying that's good but it's not gonna it's not going to fill me up like i wanted to. So she picks it up and she's a little more discerning about the project shift like to travel as much so she may not go abroad to tape something or it's just a primary earn is right. Yes that's that's so true. And i feel the same way and actually i've. I've done that since my kids were born. I had to that choice to not live in la To raise him in washington which automatically sets me back as far as being able to audition in person. But i consciously made that choice. So i feel like my life is an actor. I've been making the sacrifice to only choose projects that were going to work from myself as a parent. Now it's kind of opposite now it's like well. Gosh i can go anywhere. I can choose anything. However i wouldn't ever wanna do any of like damsel in distress movies and things that are like we moshe only hard like just like she. I just want to do light hearted things right now. That's really interesting because you know when you started your career your twelve started modeling and you kinda fell into acting. Now that you're going back with this new charge passion. How is it different now. The hollywood and the acting world and auditioning how is it different now well a. It's so different. Tell you this. So i interviewed to. I'd say nine hundred ninety two as to play jay manzini. I have not auditioned since then since then so during all that time right it was still impersonal editions. You go into the room now. Slowly slowly turned into cell tape now. Obviously it's also tape. I've never done a self to. I don't know how to do it..
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"Times square but said no during that lesson. 'cause i no clue about it and i was so happy. Just such a wonderful person and all the women in it are just super inspiring and it was a good lesson in saying yes right just you know just staying open to opportunities and going down that path of yes and sells carer. Get you on that because it is I love healthcare. But i i have a membership. I did the spa. I did campaign during. Most place is incredible spot here in washington and i have free lifetime services. Okay jealous much. You were not new guys are saying you don't use it to get my hair colored because i have to have mayor colored. I use it to get a cut i use it for. Things are essential like for women but i might getting massages like i should be facials like i should be right. That is the thing it's like. We have to remember that. I don't know for me your you when you said that like. Yeah that's right. it's my time. It's my time you've baxter myself and you know not i immediately because i love. I love work now. Love what i do and immediately turned to Mike kind pavement again. And i said i don't wanna do. I wanna take a year to give occur myself. Read books again watch movies do all the things that i haven't had a chance to do for so many years and i'm still trying to balance that out because i want to work but i also wanted to valid abba airstream. Pardon me. I'm really really wants to get near st will. Just go for a while..
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"She's a better view flow rate. That is i reigned for both my kids. I don't live here. they haven't years. Yeah i i know. I need to set up a room for just i still getting settled in. This just moved ourself. But it's like in your stomach or something. Like i know exactly what you ask eddie. Walk past the room and there. It's empty and it's just it's it's something in your body that just ostrich yes. Yeah it's such a bit. It's a loss rights loss. It's a loss that's what it is. It's a loss in her. And it's but it's great like but it's also just this. Its new time right. It's a new time in my life to to to grow and to get back into another series which i'm excited about but i realized i was talking to my sister about this. I couldn't figure out. I kinda you know you gotta go through funds similar like what's wrong. Don't feel quite right. Like kinda sad and of just. I'm usually pretty good like understanding. Where what where my emotions are. But for a time i just like what is it like. Something's not. I don't feel quite right. Don me is that. I felt like when i raised my kids is. That's what i wanted to do. So when i was mason was five months pregnant when melrose ended so it was a really easy transition for me because they didn't have to like decide to quit a show. It was like i did seven years on the show and then three months later. I got to have a new chapter. Be home for him and raise him in and all about so are really took. Parenting seriously because i really actually love love love kids in. It's where i met my best. And i realized that that was my purpose for so long and then like they get to be sixteen especially a Driving that kinda don't need you less. They need you for many. They need you for guidance. And all that stuff and then the next step is like they really don't need you it. Just don't you know. It seems that way. That's kind of where i started feeling this funky funk and iro is like i don't really know what my purpose is now like. That was my bike. What what's my purpose now. It's i feel a little bit lost. It's such interesting time right. And a lot of women sit there and they get so focused on what they lost like. You said that they don't realize that you can feel that loss but still be excited to look forward to something next. It's okay to have those feelings simultaneously. Nuts breath. I think it's important you're right and i do feel that way and i'm like i just might transitions going now but once can seem by t- towards it might move settled. Seek my teeth into my next project. It's gonna feel so good but it's difficult being amazed transitions at might and being unsettled. And it's okay. It's like you said now. I know it now. I know what it is. And it's okay like i'm fine. I'm going to be in anna limit. I'm going to experience those feelings. Because i know i'm going to be super busy onto the next contract. It'll be awesome. Yes and they come back. Yes so coldly knows and ali johner mom. My daughter just got married..
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"You go live off the grid and homeschool do waldorf something or try balance and i watched this documentary. One time on a leash keys. I think it was one of oprah's master classes or another one if not masterclass interviews and it's just always stuck in my head. I wish i'd done this more with especially my daughter both of my kids. Actually but she said i she was she was Raised by single mom and work jobs. And i didn't have time to get into trouble. She's i get off. That bus after school walked through. You know whatever area was living in you know people. Hey girl you wanna come over d images. I don't i gotta go to music. Gotta go to so sheet. Her mom had her just in things. Busy busy busy. you know. there's a fine line to that too but at the same time if they're not z. Doing things that they're going to be on their phone like if they have a phone. What going to be wanting to be on them so they can connect with their friends. And you know all of that. So i think that's the key is just keeping your kids busy in sports and music. Whatever it may be whenever they're in the. It's it's hard because it's not a reality on instagram on facebook on snapchat or tick top. Whatever they're doing they don't understand no matter how many times you say that this is not reality. These people are showing you a happy moment when you are still twenty four hours a day that you don't see that's right and it is too. It's neat to have all these connections and they stay connected as it is like my daughter who's nineteen has a whole different experience with it then. My daughter's thirteen right. And i can see that i tell you like if i was their age and looked at. It was home on a saturday night..
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"And so it's just lovely catching up with them in their lives and reminiscing about morris ice all. That must be so strange. Because you're in your twenties when you were doing miller's place and now you're doing a show for women celebrating their fiftieth birthday. I now i was twenty one when the show started. We were sitting there together. And i said to them like this is incredible. That were you know. Oftentimes women especially in our industry and actresses were on film. It's hard it's hard to watch your you know it's one thing to age right. We all age but to see it in your like on camera with high definition. And you know that's why mark what so it's you know it's tough and you know i would hear a lot. I notice that people our age or women. Women don't of course covered up their birds. Or whatever you know talking about. We're getting older. I thought let's embrace it like let's celebrate. Let's be thankful for shimon. That were here number one. And that we're like still acting and still look okay and you know instead of feeling down about it but just like celebrate it and so. I really tried to do that myself. On this episode. It's so important to do that. Because i think thank goodness it's still not where it should be but you are seeing more women our age being in shows being on tv. It's still not where it should be. I don't feel like it because it's very encouraging to see that happening now. I'm just so happy about that. Yeah and the movement you know i. I noticed there's just more of a movement with women not wearing makeup and and being on camera with just absolutely nothing could because there's so much social media and so many people doing their house or whatever in just being themselves. I think that's so cool because it's not how we really look on tv. So i loved that. We're getting more and more comfortable to just like this to see. We are in real life. And oftentimes i find it funny. I've looked better in real life than it do on camera. Because you.
"bissett" Discussed on HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
"Welcome to hot flashes called topics podcast for women in midlife and beyond at hot flashes and cold topics. We talk about anything and everything to do with midlife. My name is bridget. And i'm colleen and do the day we have jussie set. Who was on now. Rose plays among other things among all these other great things that she's done. She has been a lot of different hallmark television series series series of bubis kind of special wedding. It was the wedding wedding march and there were like mark levin with jack wagner who was also on melrose place and i loved melrose place. I was telling her that. I would watch the kids shows with my son in the morning and they put him to bed and i would watch place should china and a girl too. I've loved melrose place you know. She played such a sweet character. But she's she's super sweet and real life to me is so what is your way to really is great to talk to. And she also is a children's author of very popular book. Tickle monster that calling like the town monster you either read it to your kids your nieces and nephews your grandkids. She wrote fat and timeless like very well known all over in different places in bookstores. So she's really done a whole lot you know and also a new empty nester to yes. We talk about that and she is going to be on fantasy island. This went the twelfth jim. Dec- eyelid watched stat. Oh i do too. I was checking. You know i see streaming and She also. We'll talk on fox. But i think i could catch it like on lou or something and she's also on there with two of the other Women that were staff and lower. Lighten and the show is actually called the big five. Oh it's like the three of them are going to celebrate their fiftieth birthday. So it sounds her affect. It's just perfect or this for us for our audience for us women so definitely check that out. Because i think we're all gonna enjoy it for that and she's just a really down to earth. She lives in seattle. She's going to the transition of empty nesting. We talked about menopause. We talked about the books and her her career and her kids who she has daughter named maya just saying we have a lot of comments mass friends because we have a plumbing anxious about guests of being in a place right now where she's transitioning and trying to do it in a way. This may be a little slower paced..
"bissett" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth
"That it's okay to ask whatever you don't know and remember that the the people you're getting your knowledge from don't know you don't know what you know in your business in your industry right. They would have to ask questions about that as well. Yeah and i. I would say that you want to make sure if you are trying to educate yourself that you make sure that the people you're asking but that's what they're up for and that's what their role is a lot of accountants. Don't like to provide that kind of service. They like to do the numbers and produce the statements and do the tax returns. So if you're expecting your accountant to walk you through and give financial education on that might be a misalignment and less when you're setting up your business arrangement with them. You have that conversation. And that's what they want to provide because if they're going to do that they're probably gonna charges more money. So don't have expectations on people. Ask the questions. Tell them what you need to make. Sure it's a good fit with. It's not a good fit. Get a referral from somebody. You know of an account. Anthony like dealing with Work with the business coach. Who can help you find the right person to help you. Because they are definitely out there. That is such a good point. Thank you for that. The that is great. They were speaking with. Tracy bissett about the importance of financial fitness. In your business. I want to shift a little bit to what an entrepreneur can afford. So how can they well. Is there a way for them to really be certain with. They can and can't afford in their business any given time. Absolutely so at when you're getting started and you're you're creating a budgets your revenue in your expenses Having not set ideally for the year given him the last year it's been very challenging. Things are quite uncertain even if he can look ahead for six months. Take a look at your revenue and expenses and then plotted out from a cash flow perspective. When is that cash gonna make it into the business and winner all your outflows going to go out so those monthly subscriptions to y'all your different softwares your internet your.
Escape from Warsaws Ghetto: Memories of a Child Witness
"Halina wallow and her parents. I've safely on the shores of south america in nineteen forty eight as jewish refugees from their native poland. The month long voyage by boat from italy's port of genoa was but one stretch of a lengthy journey from surviving. The warsaw ghetto to eventual immigration to peru just a toddler when the nazis stormed her. Family's confining living quarters in the warsaw ghetto halina says the smell of fabric left lingering reminder of the lifesaving moment. Her grandfather hid her between textile goods as women and children were piled into german trucks and taken to death camps following her grandparents deportation. Her father organized a successful escape from the ghetto. One of many times their fate would be defined in an instant speaking to us from her home in capital city. Lima halina explains how her family's escape from persecution. To safety was helped by demonstrations of humanity by the unsung heroes of the holocaust non-jewish europeans and other rescuers who risk their lives to protect juice eighty four years. Old halina says fulfilling. Her purpose of survivor means telling her story. This interview was conducted in spanish and has been translated seeing but saw via. I was born in warsaw poland in the year. Nineteen thirty six. My full name is kalina stein and then all once. I was mary it. If you could briefly describe your first years in poland. What was your childhood. Like your comment you. Well i practically didn't have a childhood. Unfortunately because we was for years old the second world war started the nicest took my parents apartment. Ally grandparents bernie. I'm buddha's in the. Because i was on. I was four or five years. What i can tell you is what my pardons told me on allie. He's have eat the ones who saved my life winds. There was a moment when your grandfather hid you correct. Could you tell us about that moment. They won't sign us. My grandfather produced jackets and coats beginning several years before arriving to the ghetto. And that's had a lot of five hundred in addict so the day. The nasty came in their tracks. You realize day came to take all the world bank and children that will work with sewing machines so my grandfather grabbed me shall between the fabric material. Seen these were how he saved me so the german square taken these life. Mama one do you remember. You felt in that moment. Lord i remember by this mellow no. That is most often make us remember. Even now at age eighty four and just short eighty four. Every time i go into a fiery shop. I remembered the mommy it's part of my life say i will never forget. Of course life in the ghetto was very hard. They had asked without food without medicine and they were know how to work for a very very har life in nineteen forty two businesses. Took my grandparents on my uncle rev linka after the after my father decided to organize escape from the ghetto. And we did so. He taught us to pray. The lord's prayer in portage is big perfect polish until today. We keeping to deny as christians. Luckily my father had a lot of non june's france in the area and part of our so. He arranged to have each of fast leaving in three seventy one jewish homes while for my mom. Another for my father another for me. I was taking get off by a friend of my father's a good woman who told me read that right. I was with her until nineteen forty five when the war ended in neon depose. Where order to tourney eighty jew. There was so my party squid and visit me much. They bissett me the one able to mind. This is how we save ourselves.
How the Wolves Change the Forest
"Literally get down on our hands and knees and starts slowly sifting through the leaf litter looking for bissett hair or a little chunk of bill. Tom gabel is tracking predator. In fact he's tracking pack of them. Oh it's very much like a crime scene investigation since twenty fifteen the university of minnesota conservation. Biologists has used gps collars to track thirty wolves inside voyageurs national park. Those callers lead gable and his team to kill sites and they're amid the leaf litter were bloodied bits of fern bone clues about how wolves the ecosystems they live and hunt and kill in. The long-term study is in a way. A quest to broaden a science story that goes back twenty five years for wildlife ecologists the story of the reintroduction of wolves to the greater yellowstone ecosystem on january twelfth. Nineteen ninety-five has become canonical. The story goes something like this. As the elk grew to fear the wolves they changed where and how they foraged that gave willows cottonwoods and aspens a better chance to grow near streams it also meant more riverside berries for foraging grizzly bears and lead to alterations in the flow of those streams. Sending water in new directions. Wolves out compete coyotes for access to pray so coyote populations plummeted which led to a rise in fox rabbit and ground nesting bird numbers and so on ecologists called this row of biological domino's a trophic cascade regard with your inclination. I think it's hard not to be like. Wow this is amazing right if that is true. That's really incredible. New findings cast some doubt on the idea that wolves primarily regulate the greater yellowstone ecosystem through fear and intimidation and regardless of the situation. They're very little. Research has been conducted on this question. In ecosystems that don't resemble the mountains and grasslands of yellowstone which brings us back to the boreal forests of northern minnesota. The ground that tom gabel and his team have been crawling over the last few years during the winter. Wolves work together to kill large prey. Like dear but gable found than in warmer ice free months wolves focus on smaller prey like newborn dear funds and especially beavers and. That's where things get really interesting for the ecosystem. Wolves by trading on dispersing beavers alter where wetlands are created. If a young beaver gets killed after leaving home it will never have a chance to build a new dam even if it had started construction before becoming a wolf lunch. The damn will remain unfinished. End fall into disrepair beavers are ecosystem engineers so when a wolf kills one it can have a big impact because they prevent beavers from converting a forest into a wetland and in that regard wolves are unconnected to all of the ecological processes that are associated with wetlands and beaver ponds. Ecologists have long assumed that predators can influence their ecosystems in two main ways one is through fear and intimidation like in the yellowstone story. The second is through direct. Killing the voyagers will offer up a third possibility. The park and the forest surrounding it have more than seven thousand beaver. Ponds gable estimates that wolves have a direct impact each year on around eighty eight of them. That's a mere one and a quarter percent affected so it's hard to argue that wolves responsible for reshaping the ecosystem in the broadest sense. But it's equally hard to deny that. They helped to maintain a diversity of habitats landscape.
"bissett" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette
"Devil's advocate for a second third. Nobody you realize that she loved money. That is a little taboo in some spaces. Because i'm even from like a religious perspective. I grew up in a very religious households. And the there's a concept that the love of money is the root of all evil. And i know that money's important so it's kind of for me. It's always been like a conditioning that people who don't want it were who just wanna who can't get it for whatever reason just kind of use that as a crutch in order to not really get what they ultimately want which is like i'm a hundred percent. Shorter is a couple. People i can offer may take you know what i'm saying. What they know what to do with it or not they take it but at the same time may not be wanting to do what they need to do. If they weren't offered it you know so do. How did you get to the point where you are comfortable enough like that. It's a. I think it takes comfort to say that you love money in that. You're comfortable with money. You are familiar with the and you're okay with it And how could you translate that in a way that people are okay with and digestible but also like realistic and practical. I think we need to be realistic. About the world. People with money can make change in the world. And i'm not saying. I love money because i want to hoard it and i'm greedy. I drink that money. Gives you flexibility in choice and options and though volunteering is really important to me when i'm making money in my business that gives me the ability to on friday afternoons. Take the afternoon off. Because my dog and i go and we do therapy dog visits with seniors. If i make more money. I can donate money or my time to the community. I can start hiring people who maybe wouldn't have had a job. Because i'm just creating more jobs and not that they don't have skills but i'm just creating more jobs in the economy so i think Making money is a positive thing. I think that it's then what you do with. It is where part of that judgment or maybe some of that conditioning comes in. Because you certainly see people who do have lots of money who don't help others and so it's what is it that you're going to do with it. And i think having choice freedom flexibility is always a positive thing and i believe. If you've had a good life you should give back to others with their. It's with your time your talent or your treasures. So that's how i feel comfortable. And i sleep well at night knowing out. They're trying to make money. So that i can help others and have the kind of place that i want to thank you for that. Does that make sense or no. It makes perfect sense. I one hundred percent with some people have a really poor but like bad maladaptive relation money images always like even when you charge demonize for charging. And i'm like how do you expect to service if i don't charge worry. Yeah i find it very much with female entrepreneurs while people's the women's start businesses. And i talked to a lot of them about this and they wanna make a little bit of money when you make an only little bit of money. You can't get the help that you need. And maybe you get to stretch between your family and your business and then you're really kind of frayed in. You're not serving anybody..
"bissett" Discussed on Cork Talk
"Happy, having been here. That, and that's The. Effort we put out in the tasting room All of our hosts are out I in what we're doing here they're engaging and. Able to share our story with everybody that walks through the door. We've always enjoyed all of our visits and. From the winds to the hospitality to the views it's a great place to visit and relax and kind of get away because I. Don't think I, have cell phone service they're Kinda Nice. Yeah that's what you know everything here What makes us unique is us I mean I don't mean that in A. Malignant narcissistic way. Just. this place means something to us and I want the folks that come here to visit with us to want it to mean something to them as well. I think that definitely comes through the passion and and you know. The dedication that you've had for for all these years and trying to. Do the. You do something with the farm and share it with others is really cool experience. So let's it's twenty twenty. So let's talk about covid. Let's talk about the impact. That code has had on. The business we've talked about the weather and how that's impacted the vineyard. But I know you guys because of a stay at home orders and that sort of thing where. Shut down for a little while and so I'm sure that's affected business throughout the year. But let's talk a little bit about what's going on right now and what folks would expect when they come to visit. So. Absolutely. Yeah. and we're not unique in what? I'm getting ready to say but. We were shut down for ninety days and we this industry were not unlike our restaurant rather than where we're cashflow Bissett the the sales we make today pay salaries, tomorrow or the electric bill or debt service or whatever it is. But when that cash flow goes to all but zero That's that's a terrifying moment What are how are we going to whether this and then as we have emerged as phase to? Restrictions allowed us to open We made the choice that we were GONNA go to a reservations model. Now, we're not turning boat away. That are walk INS that are reservation certainly take priority and and we've got a full slate of reservations will only offer bottle service outside to to other guests. And that's to.
"bissett" Discussed on Sustainability Explored
"These things are harder to measure, but far more valuable, so that's my. Advice to anyone who's looking to green whatever they can or get into the business. I think it's Bissett vices as applied to so many walks and sides of life really. But the fact is that this financial aspect is literally the only button for example which push in my professional life. You will save this much and look how much populated you will save over these few time and that works, but when you say hey, you will retain the talent pay. Seventy percent of rob young generation were now entering the workforce looking to the reputation of the brand label. They will never come work for you. You know that's what you're doing when you're not invested in inability be. Big Rebuilding Story. But. Yeah I think it's a two pronged approach. One is they are increasingly very good. Reputable studies that are quantifying this value, so look to those and get those numbers. The other is just stories I also certified businesses to a proprietary green business certification for my county. And early on probably twenty, fourteen I was talking to an accounting firm. The did a wonderful job. Account are great dirt doing certifications and I said why as an accounting firm. Was this important for you, and she said Oh because we've measured it their cows. and. It has absolutely helped us to attract and retain talent. said that was their value proposition, not the money. They say the talent. It doesn't surprise me that they accountants are the information keepers visa. The ones that is you know deal with money they measure invade no all the bills or water electricity. Salaries on everything, these other go-to people when I'm. Mental and social assistance of the enterprise.
"bissett" Discussed on The Goals Based Advice Podcast
"To create access for more women to get funding. His it is harder for women to get funding. Have been some of the people that are involved in that in here in Australia. Some of the investors as well so I. I know that it is available here too strongly so so I think it's great initiative for any Young Entrepreneurial Doesn't even look is entrepreneurial females at looking to make some great connections. Anyway unifed I get the funding absolutely in one of the fastest growing demographic certainly in Canada for businesses starting up is Individuals women and men over fifty. So there's a lot of movement there where people are kind of going in their third act into something new where they might have had a corporate career for that earlier years to tell us about the work. You do with entrepreneurs because you go to the fitness coach but sort of a business coach in that sense to talk about them. The physician what they doing So for me. It's really a privilege to get to work with them. My work with entrepreneurs men and women across all different industries because of my experience my style. I'm really direct. I have the ability to adjust my style depending on the sophistication of the client so I have a lot of success and I work with a lot of couples. Actually who have maybe oil change shop? It got a body shop each dock business. All kinds of things like that may be There I worked with a lot of service providers Pretty much any industry can think of in so it really is at a coaching mandates. Not Consulting. I'm not going away from them in doing things on my own. It's really about the transfer of knowledge from me to them so it starts within assessment of their financial performance of what your statements tell me as an independent person looking at them. Who doesn't know what's going on Here's what the numbers tell me. Is that how you feel? Is that how you feel? It's going teach them how to to be able to speak that language and then we planned for in forecast cash flow because cash flow is the lifeblood of any business especially when she wanted to grow Growth is very hungry requires cash to fuel it and we work through the pricing in the costing to make sure that they're actually being profitable on the products and services. They sell in my experience. I worked with them entrepreneurs who have sales in the six to seven figure range and so the majority are not making consistently prophets on what they do and Quite a large portion of them are not even getting paid so try to remedy all of those things and Some of the intangibles that come from that Nice. It is a transformation that happens. Financial Acumen goes up. Confidence goes up their ability to converse with their bookkeeper accountant. Financial Planner banker all increases in. You've been had entrepreneurs telling me that. They felt like they were now. Legitimate business people who could go to like the board of Trade. Who could go to other gatherings of with entrepreneurs and felt legitimate now not like they were. Kinda masquerading as entrepreneur before. But we've talked about. Money is so emotional it's intertwined in our lives since for kids end so those feelings that you start off in your life with them they always stay with you and if you've been afraid had challenges with money that comes through when you have your businesses wall is the you mentioned the motions around money. I'd like to explore that a little bit depot. And what are some of the mistakes that you see The small businesses. Doing that. So that you see over and over again and so I if they're not charging enough right off the Bat. So they're they feel apprehensive to ask for that whatever that higher price point is and it's because they're they're keeping it based on their feelings versus maybe going out and doing a scan of the market in wetter other people doing the reason they're also doing it is because they don't know their costs that go into delivering that product or service Secondly not getting paid. I don't think anybody starts a business in their mind thinking they're not going to get paid on but when that doesn't happen than there consistently transferring between a personal business accounts to keep cash flow moving around. They may be letting down family members because they promised. Hey we're going to go on these occasions or we're going to do these things in that makes it challenging And then the other thing is not really asking for help and Kind of advocating their responsibility and accountability to some third party. Whether it be a bookkeeper or accountant. I'm all for seeking the advice of professionals. So I think you don't need do your own bookkeeping. You should have an accountant. But you can't outsource the responsibility for who analyzes those numbers in who makes decisions with them So I want in more entrepreneurs to be able to do that. If you're thinking about the this into the psychology sought against the the head space Tell us about some of the things that you're saying but also and how you can help people with the way that way. It can be very clear that this is what you need to do yet. There's some blockage owes something going on in the behaviors. Doug necessarily reflect what's supposed to happen absolutely so just to give you a reference point out because I did a lot of volunteer work with Youth. A five year old girl told me that money was evil. She probably didn't know what money actually was about. Whatever happened in her house made her feel that it was evil so those feelings are going to stay with her her whole life so fast forward now in her twenties maybe thirty starting her business now. She's got this evil money that she has to contend with and so people have one of two mindsets when they think about money one is scarcity. Which is the majority of the population? So nobody's there on their own feeling like there's not going to be enough freezer if you get something that means. I'm not going to have something. It's zero sum game. I'm going to be jealous of people who have things that I don't have a goes on and on and on in affects how you make decisions The other small percentage of the population feels like things are possible. If I create something that I will be able to generate more wealth than there's this abundance healing in so depending where you are I think for step is just to observe where am I and It's GonNa take a little bit of time to change so you'd better just observe. Hey every time I get a bill I get a pit in my stomach that's interesting. Why is that happening? Okay what should I do about? It is kind of the next step in. There's a couple of things you can do overtime. It small repeated behaviors that can eventually change your mindset so the first Israeli to practice gratitude for the things that you have in your life and it might sound silly but it does actually works so I was able to get bed. Today I had hot water was able to have a shower. I had food and had breakfast a place to live and so on from there. You think about the people you surround yourself with I'm sure you've.
Mate X, 5G: All of your MWC 2019 questions answered here (The 3:59, Ep. 527)
"Welcome to the truth for tonight or Roger Chan and I'm Bridget Carey. I just got back from MDC twain nineteen in Barcelona where that show was just hat. Yeah. It was. So we all thought five G will be the key theme. But it turns out that we all come blown away by foldable phones and multiple foldable phones. If you like that's all anyone really cared about. Yeah. Just sort of run through things through we had the the galaxy fold from unpacked the week before really wall way despite all his controversies stole the show with its mate. X full device was actually the first journalist actually get my hands on it a nice. We also had a look at TCL's concept phone devices using this dragon hinge. Mechanism that allows foldable phones. And then Lastly, I broke the news that Motorola will launch its first foldable phone, which we believe will be the razor sometime in the summer. Of course, it will call the razor. Of course, the most like snappy phone, there is definitely one more fascinating devices because they mice sources say that, you know, they promises not as I looks like anything that we've seen so far which really the the fold and the made X pan filings show phone that looks like looks very much like the razor. I wanna have flat goes presumably the inside of the display would be one continues foldable of one foldable screen you'd actually closer clam shell like the old days. I feel like it's like a dream until like how to all these phones, although they're crazy expensive. What did it feel like to have the made X in terms of quality when you fold it? You've made X was I was surprised by the quality of since considering it was fairly thin. Like, I thought it might feel a little cheap. I think others have said there's a bit of a plastic field to its specially in the front. The screen is plastic Ola that allows for the the flexibility, but it does feel like it's a little cheap. And the fact that this thing folds. Inwards? So the screens on the outside. Yeah. Mixed meal war that thing's going scratched up like crazy for just a few months. Right. Yeah. And look we have the time with the price or twenty six hundred dollars for phone. I I am not getting it. But I'm just excited that these things are changing our conversation, and you know, maybe shaping the future. But this way to absolutely I think the fact that these displays offer the flexibility in terms of different designs from shapes and sizes. That's what really excites me about it. But you know, you've got twenty six hundred dollars for this phone. The gulfs is nineteen eighty. What kind of setting bar for these phones these foldable phones and they're pretty expensive. Yeah. And then also five g phones are coming out and they're more expensive, which makes me go. Why would you bother? Why would you bother the five G networks aren't really there yet? Exactly. That's the best point after all all their porting. I did the show came to conclusion the five G is technically here. It's not here any real way. And that really looking at second half to twenty twenty five service to be something material enough for actually wanna use it before we run at time. You got mentioned your big story that came out today. Yes. So I want to talk about my experience walking into a nuclear disaster zone actually court. You're so hard. I actually got chance to fly out to Japan's Fukushima DAI Ichi nuclear power plant site of the worst nuclear disaster worst meltdown in history where we got to look at the role that technology plays whether it's robots virtual reality. Whether it's drone technologies of the various Bissett technology being pulled together to really fix this. Same problem, which is supposed to take. Upwards of forty years and several seventy odd billion dollars. It's it's insane. The scope of and it's been what? Yeah. Eight years since this eight years and really only started literally scratched the surface. They just sent a robot in last month for the first time, we touched some of the debris down in the bottom of the nuclear reactor, really quick. What was your most nervous moment? Walk into this place was actually putting on the gear. I put three layers of gloves socks. Multiple boot changes hard hat face. All that in the being told that I would be in this suit for two and a half hours. Like that was not that was worrisome for me. I was a little bit. I can't wait to read the whole thing for full coverage state at check. I'm Bridget CARA is listening.
"bissett" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"Week see amazing sex once a week personally. How often would you like to have sex, and how often do you actually have sex channel to Django that one really great little Salata personal questions there who are you? You know, what find out that debit? If my visa that was you not me. Alter it. Good twice. Good twice. Oh, why does once in enough out guy short to the point? Okay. I wouldn't want to we like the options are still be having good sex twice a week year. Good sex only like one amazing to goods, so not. Now, you don't want quickies like every like safer issue got quickies onus. Ev I mean, we all say we all explained that. We'd like I don't you. I'm good only surgery. I wanted to build a Bill back like video game. Recharge. Only only, and I know some people rely on good there. I'm just saying I don't need it every day. Like outlet me miss it a little bit. Let me like letting I hear you. Let me miss it. From giving every day. I'm never gonna missed on blood. Bissett for like twenty four leftovers again. Let me get pussy. Of so stupid quickies every two 'cause I'm really thinking about it could use every day good sex.
"bissett" Discussed on Exponent
"Because not only did I have sort of the context of the earnings to write with. But also, they raise prices. In the meantime, which I think is also something that's very interesting to this conversation. So anyhow, that's a long preamble to say how we got two nephews this week and us talking about the podcast. So let's dive in yes and not watching per box. So curious minds wanna know, you putting bent dinner of your is right now. No, I just taught my glasses on the ground, which I guess is odd theme by what was that on purpose? Any Al just got to step back? And in the context of what we talk about. There's always been a bit of debate between me, and my readers and commentators stuff about is Netflixing aggregate or know, or are they something unique unto themselves. And I think that it's a pretty important question when it comes to thinking about sort of their long-term potential and where they are. I would I I wrote about Netflix. Speaking of right answer checker. It was in the context of writing about the TV industry, generally Bissett back in two thousand thirteen and I said something to the effect that net. Flicks is just it's other channel with a different delivery mechanism. And I think that there's a lot of people that have a similar take on it. I have certainly Wong since abandoned that characterization just because to think about net flicks. As being another channel in some senses. It's right. Like, you can watch one channel on TV, and you can switch over and watch Netflix. But given the constraints. That are around channels, particularly the constraint of time. Once you remove that constraint. It becomes something else entirely. I think to characterize it as a channel nor channel I know of really wants to take over as much of your viewing habits as Netflix does the constraint on time and the constraint on choice of content. But even the notion of channel is everybody's watching the same thing at the same time. And there are instances for things like news and sports which net flicks is never going to get into when watching the same thing at the same time makes sense for everything else net flicks. He's creating in the same way. You could almost think if the Facebook newsfeed as a customized newspaper that's fueled in with news that your friends.
"bissett" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"Welcome back on radio, and this is going to be somewhat of a ramp. So. This actually comes from a Greek proverb, and it's also found in the New Testament as I was doing some study recently in this is one of those things where I'm kind of amazed at what happens in business and the frustration that happens when people don't get their way. So without disclosing names or anything else. I just to kind of talk through the concept and the principle that takes place when there's so many people I run across these days who get frustrated things aren't working the way, they want them to work, and they take no responsibility for things in their own life, and basically point the finger and tear down everybody else around them. So. The story basically or this proverb comes to greet progress and says it's hard for you to kick against the pricks. And I want to give some clarifications far as what the term means. And how all this done. So. Basically in New Testament period time in old agricultural times and Osgood was a stick and had appointed piece of iron on it. And it was used to prod the oxen along when they were ploughing now, the farmer would prick the animal or the steer Bissett can get them going in the right directions. But sometimes the animal would rebel and would really kick out against the prick and doing that. What happens it would actually result in that prick being driven even further into its flesh innocence, the more the ox rebelled the more that it suffered. So when Jesus was on the roads in masks came across Saul guys out there, who's frustrated with the whole Christian movement and was fighting.