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What You Can Learn From Black Hat SEOs
"To another episode of marketing. School, I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about what you can learn from black hat seo, so if you haven't checked out the last two episodes. We got what you can learn from Internet. Marketers what you can learn from growth hackers and today we're GONNA. Talk about what you can learn from black hat. Seo's so let's talk about that. What does that mean to you? Kneel? I'll tell them what it means to me. Sure Black S heels are people who are willing to do stuff that's against. Let's say Google policies or any search engines guidelines hall sees to get rankings when look at black, Seo's you can find a lot of what they think or lot of the tactics that they're doing on some forms like there's a blackout forum. There's quite quite a few blackout forms blackout role that believe is a main one or the most popular one at all of them, but check it out and you'll see the tactics that. That people are doing, and they're not all doing shady stuff on those forms, and they're not always necessarily bending Google skylines, but in essence that form is for people who are willing to do whatever to try to get the rankings I remember when you own quick sprouts. There was this one graph you showed from Serpine Q. I actually pulled out from blackout form when I showed it to you, and then you use it in a blog post that lou him up anyway. My point is when I think. Think about Black Seo's when I was first starting out at Seo I was like I'm going to try everything I'm GonNa Learn White Hat, learn black, because I knew that if I did black-eyed gray hat stuff on my own websites just to test it out to see what would happen, I would understand how far I could push it. And what I realized from having these initial websites was whenever I tried these black tactics. It was very easy. Come easy go. It didn't feel right. It didn't feel like. Like I was adding value into the ecosystem bells lesson for me because I was like okay. If I'm not adding value into ecosystem, and it feels like I'm spamming. I probably am spamming so what I learned to flip, the switch and I was like okay. Let's think about the long-term. Instead that made things a lot easier and to be frank I'm not really good at blandings up very quickly. What I've been good at is slow, boring, consistent growth over time. That's one thing I learned from it. For me is I look at these forms and stuff like that I'll see the tactics that they're using to try to get higher rankings, and for me a lot of times it helps Dow Day on what's really moving the needle for Google or what direction that algorithm is going. Sometimes we'll talk about how they're doing private blogging networks, getting high rankings or use the exact match domains, and then they'll. They'll say Oh, they just happen your exact match. Domain names I got hit like they used to be grade or my private blog number got hit. He gives me key insights on where the is going. Be Some people share their data most of them anonymously, and they won't share their URL's, but that's fine. It just gives you insights on what's happening with the algorithms thrashing the search engines are heading. And what I learned to observing black-eyed marketers is that. You don't WanNa. Put all your eggs in one basket meaning. I've seen a lot of them. They invest everything into Seo and then all their properties get burned up and what ends up happening is they ended up just blaming. Google for their circumstances all the income that they had in the past. Maybe they could have been doing. Six figures profit a month in some cases even up to seven invaders, everything just disappears overnight, so what I learned is you have to diversify, and even if you're doing things the right way, you cannot just trust one channel in today's Day and age. If you're bet everything I think from a business perspective overall I think that's not being very smart. Totally have nothing else from my end. Add One more. Kind of Neal's point, I remember in the past waste. Read these forums. You're probably reading them again. When I used to reduce forms, there's a couple people in there that were building these pin's or these private blogging networks. They would actually sell it as a service, so it became assessing, and everyone started buying it. I was like Oh. Wow, you can see which business models are working. Quite the next day those businesses will go up in. Flames is like Oh my God. I don't know how they caught on my ps. One thing I will say is maybe in some cases you shouldn't advertise when something's working really really really well, because in some cases when you talk to other issues right now, they're still doing pbs and it's actually working, but they're not bragging to the world or talking about everywhere. And Eric and I are recommending that. You do stuff that we don't do PBS by the way we yet. Yet. We're big believers that you should just do what the long term. Even if the results aren't as good as longevity, you'll do way better and what's funny. Enough is user experiences. What's GonNa end up crushing funny enough Google, publishing a post on how they're rolling out more user experience within the algorithm say that for different but just to give a little preview you about customer experience Amazon. They just obsess over the customer user expensive. Just obsess over that and you do it for extended period of time. You'll be fine. I'll just double down again anytime. I've tried something. That's gray black in the early days of me doing this learning this. Easy come easy go and never felt right, and that's why I. Don't do any of it. Now I'd just rather do the boring stuff same with meal.
The newest no. 1 app: Trivia Royale
"All righty all the way from Iceland Thor Frederickson is here. He is the founder of quiz up, and he has a new APP a new trivia APP called. Trivia Royale is going to tell you all about today on talking nor Phyllis in yeah, thanks for having me here. Yeah well! Well after after we launched quiz up quite a few year ago years ago, with became kind of a phenomenon. We learned a lot about what people like about Trivia and we actually saw that that especially inquisitor people like they always love Trivia. But what people liked even more was that inquisitive. You were able to play with other real people. And even get to know them and like make friends through your common interests. So since quiz up was acquired me and a couple of other employees from quiz up started this new company, where we really wanted to focus on that kind of the social aspect of mobile gaming. And we've been working for the past three years or so creating this new technology, which is basically about playing games on your mobile with other people while seeing them and being able to communicate with them. And what am I mean? See I don't mean like having a video of your opponent, but like an Avatar. That is face tracking your face, so you can actually feel like you're playing with with real people and the main concept in trivial royal is is basically taking our learnings from from quiz. Adding to it this social element of having these real time avatars and we're mixing it with. The most popular game mechanic that's going on right now. And this Royal Moat and royal mode is famous for from Games like fourth night, for example where you take one player, and you put them in on an like an island with one hundred other players, and it's it's a challenge of. The last one standing and we've in Trivia Royal Incorporated. This concept so basically when you, when you start the game of trivial royal, you are put into a group of one thousand other players, real players all over the world, and you're one objective is to become the last one standing, and thus becoming a royal. Now do you win? Or do you just get the bragging rights of being royal? Well, you get the crown, which is kind of cool on your Avatar, but what also happens is that you gain access to special section of the game that we call the Royal Lounge. And in the Roy allows you in order to to to go there. You have to have beaten one thousand other opponents, which means that like in the royal arms you will have the smartest people on the planet. Basically a where you can communicate with them. Talk with them. Challenge them. You'll see leaders. You'll see all the other royals in your city or your state. It's kind of of a exclusive club of people have managed to become royals. Game is out on June. Seventeenth Trivia Royale. Check it. Check it out at your favorite APP store
"I'm nor mcnerney, and this is terrible. Thanks for asking. We have a lot of mugs in her house where a mug heavy household I gotta say, and in the full collection which we put in cabinets was saying that ever inputs their mugs and cabinets, but I guess I'm just trying to brag. We have cabinet full of mugs. We have more than one. That says Number One dad. They were gifts obviously from from the children to their dad. Their home made. They're the kind of thing you make in daycare or you making grade school unit the. They're the kind of thing where you just say look, we know fatherhood is a contest and. And there's only one way to make it fair, and that's that everybody wins obviously not a fan of those mugs, and it has nothing to do with the fact that I was only ever given one Mug one homemade commemorative mug that said number one mom and I'm not gonNA name names because the kid who made it knows that they have asked it. Okay, it's like. It's really. A teacher made me this mug. In this teacher knew me she saw me squealing into the parking lot at like six PM, when daycare closed at six, but according to my car clock. It's at five fifty eight I was not late. AM pretty sure. She wanted to write like number four hundred and eighty, seven, thousand, three, hundred sixty eight mom, but she didn't. She wrote number one, but I could tell her heart wasn't in it. The point is. That is parents I. Don't know I, mean you. You're pretty aware that you're not the best, but it's it's I. Mean Yeah, no apparent is pretty sure they are. They're not the best but kids. They don't really seem to know. They! Don't really you know I don't know but to kids. Do Kids really have a realistic idea of like weather? Not their parents are really like doing a good job. I don't know. But our guest today is Brit and growing up Brit was pretty sure she had the number, one dad, or at least a top ten dad. His name was Crofton, but she didn't call him Crofton. I called him data and I remember him just treating me like a princess. Just knowing like this is definitely my dad, you know. He picks me up like when he comes home from work like he picks me up. He throws me in the air. He gives me kisses on my cheek. He took me into bed. Crofton was a successful guy. He was in real estate. He owned some buildings. Doubt was Brit security and she was his princess. She was his doll baby. Now as a kid, you really don't know much about your parents as people if you asked my kids. What is your mom do? They'd be yell at us and that's true, and also it doesn't pay the bills so I also make a podcast. Thanks children. I knew that he was a real estate agent. I knew that the the home that we lived in was his his home on a one of his properties I'll say I knew that he he was pretty well often in wealthy. I knew that he made my mom laugh allots He to me was. Even though he wasn't, it's interesting because he wasn't around and I knew that you know he didn't. Always. You know sleep at at our home. But there was something about him. That was security to me and I think it had a lot to do with the fact that he made me feel included in. He made me feel like I belong to him. That's what good dads do good. Mom's to good parents. Good grownups. They make a kid feel like they belong like they have a place in that world in that place is right here. That's Crofton did even though he wasn't always right there. I thought that you know maybe like. He was like on business trips, but he wasn't. You know here in the House with us, so there was a lot of piecing together that I did so I remember going to a grocery store with my mom and my mom's saying like Oh like this is data son, and so I I remember thinking to myself like I didn't know he had other kids like I thought that I. was you know? His. Kid I thought that you know I was the only one that was around. I didn't know he had children. So that's confusing, but you only now what you know. So data wasn't always around, but then he kind of stopped coming around at all.
Trump rally highlights vulnerabilities heading into election
"President trump's weekend return to the campaign trail has highlighted growing vulnerabilities in his push for a second term thank you it was rocky reboot in Tulsa where the president berated aides after the arena was less than a third full just sixty two hundred people after the campaign bragged a million wanted tickets for more than ninety minutes the president made no attempt at national unity there was no reference to George Floyd but there was a racist referenced to the corona virus comes Lou his red meat message aimed at conservatives and working class man worked in twenty sixteen and the president's betting it will again promising a big rebound from the virus pandemic you've got still vote against John but there are signs independence and educated voters have turned against him Joe Biden's campaign says it's no surprise the president's supporters are abandoning him Sager mag on the Washington
Trivia Royale, the latest trivia app
"Tech listeners. Are righty all the way from Iceland. Thor Frederickson is here. He is the founder of quiz up and he has a new APP. A NEW TRIVIA APP called Trivia. Royale is going to you all about today on talking or fill us in. Yeah, thanks for coming here yeah well. Well after after we launched quiz up quite a year ago years ago, with became kind of a of a phenomenon We learned a lot about what people like about Trivia and we actually saw that that especially in quiz up. People like they always love Trivia, but what people liked even more was that inquisitor. You're able to play with other real people. And, even get to know them and like make friends through your common interests. So since quiz up was acquired me and a couple of other employees from quiz up started this new company where we really wanted to focus on that kind of the social aspect of mobile gaming. And we've been working for the past three years or so creating this new technology, which is basically about playing games on your mobile with other people while seeing them and being able to communicate with them. And what am I mean see I. Don't mean like having a video of your opponent, but like an Avatar that is face, tracking your face, so you can actually feel like you're playing with with real people and the the main concept in Trivia Royale is is basically taking our learnings from from quiz up. adding to it this social element of having these real time avatars and remixing with. The most popular game mechanic that's going on right now and that this this royal moat and royal mode is is famous from games like fourth night, for example where you take one player, and you put them in on an island with one hundred dollar players, and it's a it's a challenge of the WHO's going to be the last one standing, and we've intrig- your. Your Royal Incorporated this concept so basically when you, when you start the game of Trivia Royal, you are put into a a group of one thousand other players, real players all over the world, and you're one objective is to become the last one standing, and thus becoming a royal now do you win anything or do you just get the bragging rights of being royal? Well you get the crown, which is kind of cool on your Avatar, but what also happens is that you gain access to a special section of the game that we call the Royal Lounge. And in the Royal Lounge you in order to go there. You have to have beaten one thousand other opponents, which means that like in the royal loans you will have the smartest people on the planet. Basically a where you can communicate with them. Talk with them. Challenge them. You'll see
"brag" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Right. Let me see. I think that's it. Jt feels like wing good to him when I definitely gave a minute. WHAT UP J. T.! Now. Three kind of Jane Give Me. My mini bit I definitely. Get Him in. And then. I am the one with the counter that counts the seconds. Believe me, but I'm giving it to you. Kinda of no, no outside of the Canas. But like I said it don't Mat I'm still giving it to you. Don't waste it. Go from restarting again. Let's Real Amino? I got I'm GonNa take a which you when a meaning on Meyer meet up. Now. You elect this. J. J. Promotions Anyway so. now, but do me in Israel I like both flow, but Israel's body. Do me you know with. Lil Lil a little sample and I'm looking to see intrigue on come back next week and see who go, who will really take it? OUTTA intriguing Mario next week may all Bush into the side you know, let's try to keep politics out of it. You know and just get a free battle in Mario. You let let finally take that chain of yet. He behavior on her. Sometimes then we'd take the little Chena. Let you get off the porch. You want to start running your mouth, but you'd better be worrying about a me in of Shit on stopdown plane. Of Doubt stopdown plan is word. For you ready for him. I dislike how. I just like how all of a sudden he ain't got a horse in the Mario vs Intrigue Race No more now. You better be worried about I. Mean I love how you overlooked intrigue already lie. His face. You heard that intrigue right? Don't worry about you next we worry about. They you already and even part of the emotional team no more. Already cut him top rate young. Men Name. What's my main naval top rated like one twenty say? You better get Outta here. Damn tree comes on us. You see we don't do. We stainless lisov losses. We don't do that. We Love Boxing. We don't do that intrigue. Come on over here. We go make this the biggest pay-per-view. Ever see without them. Look how they treat you. Yoda hatred. Hey, real for east coast promotions from Jj. Nana's that you would do your fighter like that. Lob on the show instead of taking this call to promote the next week. Fight with Mario. He's promoting the next fight with Mario with his other fighter. I. Love it you Bob Arum you. I love it pulling the rug from under the fighters fallen into the shadow, realm and shit. Don't even know where they're going. Crazy! Let's see Oh we out. Oh i. Underscore Doomsday on the score line as on gene y'all let that sink. If Mario don't be intrigued. Why would he be worried about I? Mean I'm just saying you know who he picked. Don't let them lot. You know the. Fury they make in the fight before it even have. OSHII! Chain. Oh. This is a bigger shutout the Daniel. What teaches did. He just like your. Dad You kill ever making the biggest with Mario and I mean. All..
"brag" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"So. Do you want to agree to a rematch? or You just taken the win as is unlike Mario. He given. It's a one way. It was a one-way rematch because I knew I was. I wasn't where. It's not technically a rematch more like a rescheduled because there were so many mistakes in this show same thing. I. No no, because I want I, know I beat them in my shop. Order shirts. Well still. Feel. Good by? He won he won. Fans Square. You know, but I'm GONNA. Say this. I'm leaving like this I know in my heart. That I said. I'm GonNa, do you like one time did to show Tom Porter I? Take that L. except difference. You won't wake up to the morning TB. I said this ingredient. Up like wilder, come on me. Shirt I'M GONNA. Call, you call them showtime. You Call Them Utah One time portal. One time so important. You did on that rewind. The first time you spit it, you said. Once. either way. we will get your information and casual will send you that hit him up on his Patriot and think is free to hit them up. This way he has direct access to you or instagram twitter. and alright by and don't think you'll TJ. Don't think I'm not going to sell that shirt by the way. What you mean in like sort of people, you got your free online. Yeah Oh, you mean. You mean when you make screen. Yeah when I. Make Screen for cell. No! That's your screen dog. That dog, the screens free like I. Like. Like I actually thought about that. A Yo CAZ got my screen. That's my screen. Don't we low? Would you me? We're to my. That's my screen. Don't be little crowns and shit out musher to hook up your new little Zahn. That's my screen. That's designed for that screen. I would I pay for it anyway feel. For them. I'll pay. You pay for them shirts. Alley. So that's not my screen. You get to use my. That's my idea. Dollar Yeah. Well be now Alesha is gone. Joe Rough houses. none no, no I'll say I'm. GonNa go back to her house. 'cause. That was a long time ago. ROUGHHOUSE! roughhouse boxing TV says how do I get in this battle out Ko? Anybody will You can get on this battle by going to patriot. Dot Com for slash the boxy voice and signing up. It is a petri on only thing and you know is something we do for the Patriots, but anybody can call in and vote in. Anybody can definitely listen so Yemeni you WANNA battle. Does how does how you do it? let me go to Hereto so where the sees e juris. The and want to take away from cash super. Chapman TJ Roku. Didn't want to take away from cash Redo. I think so man I think so you right because not not because I. Don't think you didn't win. Because obviously you want i. just feel like you're right. You know the VR. Kinda got overshadow with the. With the with the mistake of I. Guess Myself You know what I mean I said. I never went to call us. Again I'm? Willing to do a Redo, if you willing to do a Redo a one hundred percent one REDO I. M greatness right I ain't gets you minute yet, right?.
"brag" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Good Morning Good Morning Welcome back to another edition of boxing balls. Five, bragging rights. What's going on ladies and gentlemen? We're back at a Saturday morning and we're doing our special edition show courtesy of our patriots. It's going to be another episode of box bars this episode five and it's going to be bragging rights as we have some unhappy four. Never before. Seen kind of matchups, we have the money May. Mongia Mario Mongia who's going to be taking on incredible. Intrigued the incredible out of Atlanta and what I mean by never before seen as incredible doesn't have any fights. We've never seen a guy. Get a title shot with zero fights. He's not even ranked You know this is obviously. I guess. Good negotiation tactics from his manager got himself shot. He'll be in that position when when when Mario finishes them. You know it'll be like. Oh, he'd never fought before. He wasn't ready. Come back, things like that. Didn't on the on the car. We have the first ever pay per view. East Coast Promotions really bringing the fire this week I mean main event Mireille money may Mongia. Double. Main event in Riga Casual Fan. I pay per view six shirts on line. Bragging rights is. Definitely a fitting title then we got Idris in the. UK should be taken on. Dumi at of New Jersey. I'm being so we have no opening acts, but if anyone wants to spit they can use their coal and freestyle. Also. Doesn't look like intrigue. His face in do meet as we do. MS allred to go not intrigued, but a I don't see him on the final card. Bro! You might be having a bye week. Do Me, let's get this thing. Started man a lot of confusion, lot of back and forth you know I know. The commissioner will come on and say look. You know. We did the best that we can, but it looks like the fighters like to flip flop a lot. On demands. You know this is very much like real boxing, but let's go out to our co host and get this thing started first and foremost Mario. Money May Manga. Can Eat mattio. But up Fellas, boxing bars back at it again. you know I just hope I just hope to give show man. That's all I. Want I. Just want sound a little low. You WanNa, talk into I. Just I just want I just want to entertain everybody today in the hope that you know careers. Get ruined because of this, but. I'll do my best to salvage. Form. No you're right. There's a lot on the line for your opponent. He's an actual rapper if he loses to a writer. It could be detrimental to his career. Stakes is high in this matchup and and you know casualties, even though he is the main event. technically Ma- MAREO is. The. Look to forward to fight. You know we've been Looking at how cheek has been Kinda clubber Lang in money money moon Jiemin throughout this whole inception of boxing bar. So you know it's been a it's been built up, and the day of reckoning has come and excited. Intrigue mentioned is an artist. You know he's had a multiple song out there. You got singles. Maybe mix tapes out there that we don't even know about, but he keeps telling money-making. Mum Gear that you know that that's not how he's coming this time around, so I'm curious to see how he is coming. 'cause you get a grip on the flow from what you've seen from him, but you know songwriting embattled rapping is just two different monsters in money. Moon gear has shown his metal stayed. undefeated bars have been dropping pretty hot, so I'm excited about what money Moog is bringing to the table today, especially with me being on east coast promotions. Again you, you know I keep to not being biased when it comes to. Judge Judging, but we've taken care the any any influencing in the panel now so like we don't. We're not GONNA judge until the end, but I got my money on my money monkey. East Coast Promotions. We and stuff out here so it's up to. You intrigued. Bring that that that fire CCC he can add McGee on the Mayweather Roy Film. Let me bring on the Commissioner to say a few words before we get this thing started. We're gone out to. Sony. In Cincinnati. What Good Morning. TV was good. Morning. Good morning what's going on commission everything is good. It looks like Obviously, we always got a bit of the lack of a confusion between you and I it it works that way when we go back and forth with so many contracts, but Egypt is officially pulling out of the Dumi fight. He on that word then. that is negative I already spoke with Egypt's and Talk with duly, and they are scheduled to battle each other next week. Do. Me was under the impression. It was this week. Sony you are last I saw the twentieth on there there you go and. I was just like and I saw that contract one time, and now that you said it just hit me, Bro! He ain't check in the fine print Sony. My man had his glasses. I looked. Like. Damn I I messed up on that one because. I wrote my bars, and I know the me and just having really like. Like, we haven't really got at each other. You know what I'm saying because I like the way. Is You got each other? And then we were supposed to battle, but we ain't battle, but. I'll save my bars then I spit him. I don't know what to do I mean if you talented,.
Man charged with arson of Minneapolis Third Precinct station
"Acquire a man from St Paul's been charged with setting fire to a Minneapolis police station twenty three year old Brandon Michael Wolff is charged with aiding and abetting arson related to a fire set may twenty eighth at the Minneapolis police department third police precinct the criminal complaint says wolf was recently fired from his job working security admin arts hardware store after bragging on social media about taking things from the precinct when police arrested what they say he was wearing body armor and had a police duty belt with handcuffs ear piece baton and knife during an interview wolf allegedly told police he was at the third precinct may twenty eighth and push a wooden barrel into a fire knowing it would help the fire continue
Grandmas House Visits
"As I've mentioned before grandmother's. This house was the biggest house in Whistler. My following description of the house is intended not to Brag or Put on as as they say down south. It stood high off the ground as many homes in the south dead, and had wide steps, leading up to middle of the front porch, and into the main hallway, the porch ran linked to the front of the House with a wooden swing on the far right. This weighing Hong by small change was at the very end of the porch. This wing was part of our playground. Front doors I mentioned was in the middle of the house, and only the screen door was locked to keep babies from going out and get an end of the street. Entering the front door you found yourself facing long hallway with ten foot ceilings, and on the left side, stood an old wardrobe. No such thing as walk in closets in those days. From? That long hallway doors left and right led into the various rooms I only remember there were. Two rooms on the right and left, but many told me that there were three on each side plus the kitchen at the far end of the hallway and to the right door. Let into the sparse kitchen. And dining table, saying an icebox. Mada refrigerator not those days and not those prices. News, an icebox where you would have the iceman bring a block of in from the horse drawn wagon and place it into the top. My job was empty. The pan of melted water from underneath before it ran over, my idea was to avoid having to stop my important playing outside didn't go across very well with my grandmother. I simply suggested that I drew a hole in the floor underneath a refrigerator for drainage and save all that walking. Let them snakes house. She said ain't no way. The kitchen, there was a door that led out onto small. Porch one of the bedrooms happened to the amount of. I would go there and wonder. You see he had a hobby that influenced me for life. He built model airplanes and to this day. I'm sure the stuck in my mind. That is why I later became a pilot. Thanks Uncle Arthur. Let's get back to the front porch. Now are fun days. Where when only cousins came to visit grandmother, and that was mostly on weekends. We would cram many cousins into the swing as possible. And fareless Fred Wynn. Mount the back of the swain with his toes in between the wooden slats and holding onto the change, he would swing out. Away from the porch and backed his is. He could never quite reach the ceiling. By, the squeals, the kids. How much fun we were having. That is until an aunt. Or an uncle or grandma would put a stop to it. That swing is GonNa Bright One day. And break you Jawans Nex. I remember once this Wayne did break as my corpulent and and a friend set in it. She never went out with him again. I guess that was a sign from somewhere above. The Yard in front consisted of various plants and bushes. Flower Bush was as my grandmother called it five o'clock. As? She showed me the first time at five o'clock. The, flowers would close up for the night. Fascinating I'll tell you the day we almost died. My two cousins and I were playing in the front yard near themselves in Bush's. My cousin Barbara asked us the WanNa pull only in Manet, Sandwich. On white bread well, who, in turn that down soon came the long awaited sandwiches presented on a plate.
How Joe Jonas Is Pampering Sophie Turner During Pregnancy, Proving He’ll Be ‘An Awesome Dad’
"So here's so what here's somebody what told somebody told hollywoodlife hollywoodlife exclusively exclusively a source a source Sophie Turner's Sophie concerns Turner's over concerns parented over have parented been massaged have been massaged right out right of her system out of her system as well as well Sophie Turner's Sophie concerns Turner's concerns over parenthood over parenthood have been massaged have been massaged right out right of recess out of recess the lead the she's lead getting she's massages getting massages by him by him well clearly well clearly but but as we've as learned we've Joe Jonas learned Joe has Jonas been tending has been to tending her every to her every need while need she's while pregnant she's pregnant okay so okay Joe so Jonas Joe is Jonas sending this is sending this because you know because that's you not know true that's not and true you know serve and terms you know serve like terms like seriously seriously also also there's pictures there's of them pictures driving of a them car driving a car why she driving why she driving okay she's okay she's out pregnant out one pregnant she can't one she can't can't reach can't the reach wheels the wheels off she off can be expected she can be expected to do things to do things rude rude though Joe though Jonas Joe thirty Jonas and Sophie thirty Turner and Sophie twenty Turner four twenty haven't four officially haven't officially confirmed confirmed her widely her widely reported reported pregnancy pregnancy I'll sit with I'll those sit with voice those of voice words of words I admit it I admit it I am going I to am teach going to teach a course a some course day some on day how on to how to pull apart pull these apart trash these trash stories stories anyway anyway haven't officially haven't officially confirmed confirmed her widely her widely report report if it's widely if it's reported widely reported its anyway its anyway one thing is one sure thing is he's sure gonna he's be one gonna heck be one of a dad heck of a dad well Joan well visibly Joan pregnant visibly so pregnant if you have so been if on you have been on visibly visibly pregnant pregnant while Joe while Joe Italy's not Italy's actually not actually part part what if what if while Joanne while visibly Joanne pregnant visibly so pregnant if you have so been under if you quarantine have been under quarantine due to covert due nineteen to covert pandemic nineteen pandemic her the her D. N. the C. D. E. N. C. E. the N. C. the E. N. C. that E. was Democratic that was Democratic National Committee National Committee that was the that name was of his the name band of his that did band kick that did kick the ocean the ocean the dunes the dunes and Jonas and brothers Jonas star brothers has star stepped has stepped up his pampering up his pampering game game now the source now the exclusively source exclusively tells hollywoodlife tells hollywoodlife Colleen and Colleen Holly and Holly that Joe that lives Joe lives to make selfie to make happy selfie happy he always he always spoils her spoils but her now that but she's now pregnant that she's pregnant he's even he's more even doting more doting apparently apparently so he's been so bragging he's been to bragging her friends to her friends that she has the that best she has husband the best in the world husband in the world because he loves because to take he loves care to of take her care of her the insider the exclusively insider exclusively told hollywoodlife told hollywoodlife that during the lockdown that during the lockdown Joe has Joe taken has over taken all over the all day to the day day chores to day chores while making while sure making sure that it's that it's Sophie Sophie feels like feels the queen like the queen that she that is she is
How Joe Jonas Is Pampering Sophie Turner During Pregnancy, Proving He’ll Be ‘An Awesome Dad’
"So here's what somebody told hollywoodlife exclusively a source Sophie Turner's concerns over parented have been massaged right out of her system as well Sophie Turner's concerns over parenthood have been massaged right out of recess the lead she's getting massages by him well clearly but as we've learned Joe Jonas has been tending to her every need while she's pregnant okay so Joe Jonas is sending this because you know that's not true and you know serve terms like seriously also there's pictures of them driving a car why she driving okay she's out pregnant one she can't can't reach the wheels off she can be expected to do things rude though Joe Jonas thirty and Sophie Turner twenty four haven't officially confirmed her widely reported pregnancy I'll sit with those voice of words I admit it I am going to teach a course some day on how to pull apart these trash stories anyway haven't officially confirmed her widely report if it's widely reported its anyway one thing is sure he's gonna be one heck of a dad well Joan visibly pregnant so if you have been on visibly pregnant while Joe Italy's not actually part what if while Joanne visibly pregnant so if you have been under quarantine due to covert nineteen pandemic her the D. N. C. E. the N. C. E. that was Democratic National Committee that was the name of his band that did kick the ocean the dunes and Jonas brothers star has stepped up his pampering game now the source exclusively tells hollywoodlife Colleen and Holly that Joe lives to make selfie happy he always spoils her but now that she's pregnant he's even more doting apparently so he's been bragging to her friends that she has the best husband in the world because he loves to take care of her the insider exclusively told hollywoodlife that during the lockdown Joe has taken over all the day to day chores while making sure that it's Sophie feels like the queen that she is
Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT
"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals
California holds special election during pandemic to fill Katie Hill's seat
"Pose a bit open for about an hour and a half and that to a special election for the congressional seat vacated by a Democrat Katie hill she resigned most of the voting has been by mail and in Santa Clarita Simi Valley in the antelope valley but nine in person voting centers are open today will be until eight o'clock tonight political analyst check pending at Claremont McKenna college telling can access Republicans hope to win back that say they lost a couple of years ago during the blue wave three has psychological import if not numerical import it's not really going to change the outcome of votes in the house of representatives but it will get bragging rights to the side that prevails if Democrats win they'll say it's a portent of victory in November if Republicans win they'll say this is a sign that trump and the Republicans are much stronger than the polls are giving him credit for the Republican candidate this former navy fighter pilot Mike Garcia the Democrat state lawmaker Christy Smith could take a while to find out who won because of all those mail in ballots in the time it would take to
5 Ways to Learn from Your Competitors and Shortcut Your Marketing Success
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about five ways to learn from your competitors and shortcut your marketing success so I'll go with number one. I I talked about this. I believe maybe less two episodes but I do want to bring it up because it's fresh and actually got to play with the tool for the first time today. And so. The tour Spark Torah that's S. P. A. R. K. T. O. R. O. And the reason I sparked Toro is if you think about Chet Holmes Dream one hundred concept which is basically. If I want to promote my book. I'm GonNa go find top one hundred podcast in gaming for example. Okay that's my dream. One hundred for the PODCAST THAT. I'M GONNA find a dream. One hundred four youtube right so this dream one hundred concept was kind of coined by him and then Russell Brunson from click funnels kind of made a dream one hundred four different categories. Now what's beautiful? About Spark Toro is instead of you having to manually find all the influencers all the partners that you might attention WanNa work with you can just use spark twirl and you get five free searches a month and you can just find some key words by the way you can find a bunch of people and from there. You can basically decide okay. I'm going to try to work with these people reach out to these people and you're going to leverage the audience that they already have to help you get to where you WANNA go. That's number one. The second thing that I would do is go look at your competitors and see which one is running a continuing modifying. Their design built with is a website. That tells you if someone's using AB testing software alike optimize VW or hot jar. Crazy or anything like that and what you want to end up doing is seeing what changes are making because almost continue making changes and they're using these softwares that means tracking to make sure that the changes they're making in their design and copy is boosting sales revenue conversions. So I like doing is using way back. Machine Way. Back machine shows me the variations of their pages that they've been using and how their design and copy has evolved over time. And then what I like doing is learning from that. Because if they're using the conversion software you know that the changes that are making tend to be increasing conversions so learned from that and I should give you on what direction you should be going with your business to start getting more sales more conversions faster versus having to do all the learnings that they already did the third one. This seems like a dust. Amen but facebook Ad Library has been great. I mean to be able to see when your competitors are putting up new ads and how long they been running those ads for what type of ad copy they're using chances are if they've been running ads for a very long time there either a stupid or be. They has been working really well right. It's it's was the time it's one or the other and they're probably not number one if they've concept been spending a ton of money and so facebook our library. I like to use it. Not only look a competitor's withdrawn stations that I could potentially swipe because when you're writing copy or when you're writing at any type of advertising you ultimately looking for copy you're looking for some type of structure that you can pull from and then ultimately make it your own number four look one thing that all your competition's doing online and I don't understand. Why people do this people go on. Podcast interviews and talk about their business the revenue. What's causing it to grow failures. They had and they're spilling all their beans like one podcast that I listen to a lot on the enough is leveling up another one Nathan Laco and when you look at these podcast you know? I'm not mentioning Eric's leveling up because he's my Kohl's marketing school. It honestly is good and a lot of my competitors have been on his podcast or people in similar industries. They talk about what's working for them. What's failed and their strategies? And they're spilling their beans and a lot of them do brag. And what's cool about for me as a marketer is I'm able to learn from it and avoid their pitfalls and failures so that way I can grow faster so make sure you search for your competitors and add the word revenue at the end or podcasts at the end. And you'll find that the reveal a lot of articles or podcast episodes breaking down how they're doing on what you can learn from them to grow faster. Yeah Nathan. Lack has podcast Larry's because he forces the revenue out of them and if they don't give the revenue he basically like extrapolates to math which is pretty simple. I usually they're like. Oh yeah you know. It's roughly that anyway. I digress so number five. Last Finale Hillary to my last recommendation so last one was phased out library. But most people don't know that you can use software such as at beat and you can look at what type of ads people running on Google for example Google display network. You can look at how they're spend his trending over time. What their top. Ads are and again as a advertiser as a copywriter. Your job is to have a swipe file like a library of ad copy or adds that you like and then from there you just restructure to whatever you're trying to do because if the ad worked on you then you should be thinking about okay. Why did that work me and how it might potentially work if you basically restructured a little bit and tailored it towards your audience right
Explaining the Michael Flynn controversy
"City every thing that we have been saying we're now going on three plus years is now true there is a miscarriage of justice they set up general Flynn we now have hand written notes to prove it where do we stand and your thoughts what we have even more evidence now Sean than we had yesterday we did a new filing at about one o'clock this afternoon with a report from the FBI that completely exonerated planets of January fourth of any sort of Russia problem and repeats in multiple ways that they had checked all the government files on him the FBI files the DA files probably ASCII files all those those two were redacted and found no derogatory information on him whatsoever so then we learned a task a confidential informant against them from the other information I have another that staff and helpers and he's a total slimeball but was running an operation against when I'm probably through the office of net assessment James Baker colonel James Baker in the department of defense with his handler and we think banker that they could not be at the operator but the defense department Baker is the one who had the connection that allowed him to get the transcript of the Kinsley act calls that he then probably leaked to his friend David Ignatius there been recent disclosures of how cozy their relationship was which was inappropriate for more reasons than one and we've just got more and more evidence of the strong page text messages hell struck at the instructions of seven four went back in which means the upper echelon of the FBI Comey and McCabe went back in and kept the following general Flynn from being closed he references their own incompetence and realizing that the file has been closed even though it was supposed to be on so they started all over again and start making up the attempt for the Logan act delegations and set up the interview now as I read these hand written notes and and new information that has come out potential questions for DD's call explain what that is this is from struck that son an email from strong before McCabe is going to place the call to swing on the day of the interview that Comey was talking and bragging about his little speech on national January twenty fourth four days into the trump administration and McCabe now general Flynn it's been widely reported ask or do I need a lawyer anything in Andrew McCabe lied to him did he not and deny him his Miranda rights well actually technically Maranda doesn't apply in the non custodial setting but what they always do is at least mention of one thousand one possibility the false statement possibility and what that means that they have plans and schemes by other information we have not even do that with general Flynn there emails yesterday produced that recommended that they do that and note that they always do that at least mention it in an interview and they decided here because it was planned not to mention it at all they schemes and plans and met at length about it to decide to keep him relaxed and unguarded and then I would not have their and what wouldn't a White House council of as well what is the nature of this then again improper process was and protocol what is the nature of the discussion with general Flynn and if they had the Telemus about an investigation into planned and Russia well that point the White House counsel would say will red flags general Flynn they probably would have told you probably need a lawyer that would have happened now in that and then these other you know hand written notes what is our goal now why would any FBI agent ever have to ask the question because the goal should be truth the goal should be justice they say then it goes on truth admission R. or to get him to lie get him we're trying to get him to do something or and then it's so so we can then prosecute him or get him fired well that sounds like a perjury trap but I'm not the smart lawyer that you are Sydney about one that was obviously written obviously their goal and that's even more apparent in the text messages of Strzok and page and others that came out in the production today where they also talk about using a defensive briefing as a pretext to talk to him they're trying to figure out a way to talk to him in such a way that he doesn't know he's being interviewed so they could try to trap him or make something up against him and they wound up having to just make it up and we learn more in today's production also about how Mr Strzok did massive added to the original agents three oh two and was trying very hard to keep that other agents employees in the report despite his significant changes to it and was talking to Lisa page about that she was fussing with him that helps lobbyists work was on it all right I'm I want to get John Solomon here in here in a second but Sydney what we now knows that this was a set up that they knew ahead of time that they had put this case to rest they resurrected it for political purposes we know even earlier and and the attorney general's confirm this that in fact when we've confirmed it that it was premeditated fraud on the FISA court because they will warn John Solomon will address this in a minute and that is they will warn that the dirty dossier that Hillary paid for should not be trusted it was political in nature it's unverified and my and that Christopher Steele has an agenda numerous times but they took the unverified later we find out unverifiable odd dirty Russian dossier that even apparently the Russians knew was going to Hillary Clinton which brings up a whole new story likely Russian disinformation even The New York toilet paper times got that was used as the foundation for all four FISA warrants totally debunked at this point they never even tried to verify it and then they took away Carter page's civil liberties and constitutional rights they spied on a candidate a transition team and deep into the presidency of Donald Trump those last words are Attorney General bars are and then we have other issues involving helper and Joseph miss foot in Brandon and and clapper which I assume at some point will be addressed to hear Sydney but here's what happened they denied that we now know that general Flynn is even a bigger hero don't week that what we have been saying on this program and thank god for you because you've got the crap beat out of you all a lot you work your your you know what off offered no money for the most part pro bono and donations from generous people thank god because this guy went bankrupt and he fell on the sword to save his son is not true Sidney Powell yes yes the generosity of the American people has kept our litigation going in his defense and we've learned that there was a secret side deal of course but generally they have promised not to indict his son but the judge didn't know it and we found documentary evidence only recently that Covington and Burling as per our lawyers and the prosecutor Mr van crack it made this a secret side deal deliberately to avoid that Mr Bannon cracks obligation to produce that exculpatory or impeachment information to any future defendant that they wanted general Flynn to testify against so it was another example of them cracked deliberately trying to hide the ball of exculpatory evidence and believe that the same time we on at the same time the judge did not note that the plea was coerced at and the plea was course because they said well we didn't think ally but you're going to admit to lying rose we're going after your son which that is prosecutorial abuse to I don't want to keep John Solomon out of this discussion John you've brought amazing work here and you have a lot of updates we have to listen today's documents that should be forced into the public I think really bring to light the deliberate nature of what was going on here the normal process for the F. B. I. was taking its course they looked at general plan they decided he wasn't a Russian asset he posed no threat he should be okay to be the national security adviser and then this is a more right from their notes the seventh floor of the FBI got involved the seven floors James Comey and Andrew McCabe and they stop the closure of the files the they were gonna treats when the right way and just give me a defensive briefing I move on and they put a stop to it and then they can talk this interview and you
NYPD Cop Plotted Murder-for-Hire
"Valerie Cincinnati paid her boyfriend. Seven thousand dollars to hire a hit man and kill his teenage daughter and her husband but she had no choice. What was she supposed to do? Try and take them out herself. She was in New York City. Police officer that's a good way to get yourself fired or at least on desk duty but that was twenty nineteen and she's had to change apart since then after folding prison laundry for a year last month she really really tried to be released on bail using the corona virus as an excuse to get back in front of a judge because too but the judge had good reason to roll his eyes and refuse in the words of the. Us Attorney in Brooklyn. The evidence in this case is overwhelming. Hey I'm amy and every Sunday Wednesday. Were here recapping. The story behind a true crime headline so. Let's get to it Valerie. Cincinnati paid her boyfriend seven thousand dollars to hire a Hitman and kill his teenage daughter and her husband. Did you get that because I had to read it a few times before? I believe what I was saying. She paid her boyfriend to have her ex husband killed because she was deep into a custody dispute with him over their son and she wanted him dead so she didn't have to share her. Nypd pension or her son with him and she was paying her boyfriend to have her boyfriend zone. Fifteen year old daughter killed because she was getting in the way. What offering to pay for your boyfriend to have his own daughter killed. Seems like a real dating. Don't but apparently Valerie thought he'd be into the idea. He was not because after she outlined the plant he right away immediately told the feds started wearing a wire when he was with her allegedly because her trial hasn't started yet but allegedly her boyfriend. John Rubel took Valerie seven grand and used it to buy five ounces of gold coins to pay the Hitman gold coins. Remember the days when you could just hand hitman cash and they do the job now you got to exchange the money for magic beans and give them those. It's just it's so complicated but Valerie says she was just giving John the money to buy gold coins. What's the problem? But let's just say that the cops the better the other cops that they're right and Valerie was using those gold coins to buy a couple of murders which did not happen by the way everyone save except Valerie. She should drop the soap in the shower anytime soon but she was trying to hire a contractor to kill. These people does not sound like she was very easy to work for according to court documents when she was told the Hitman was at her ex-husband's office in Long Island said he should be killed in the hood or the ghetto instead so it would not look suspicious and when she learned. This hitman didn't WanNA murder teenage daughter near her school. She said runner the F over. How about that K- and then when a few weeks went by and her husband and this poor teenage girl weren't dead. She asked the obvious question. Why was this whole murder-for-hire thing taking so long but then cheap further micromanage the process by telling her boyfriend to have the Hitman kill the girl his daughter over the weekend and then wait a week or a month to kill her husband so it wouldn't look suspicious and she should know because she's a police officer a police officer at this point law enforcement had had enough and they decided to give her what she wanted? A dead husband stood in my car glass on the floor and all over me and had me hunch over into the peasants and it's a picture that was that like Earth craziest experience. Yeah after she saw the pictures and the police told her he was dead. Her boyfriend recorded her discussing what her fake alibi could be if she was questioned about it. If these allegations proved to be true in the yearbook this girl would definitely be voted most likely to be arrested for being dirty cop kind of a not so smart super dirty cop at that among other damning Internet searches. She Google the phrase. If your ex dies do you have to share your whole pension? She might as well been googling. Dump things criminals due to get themselves convicted. She was a twelve year veteran of the NYPD. Working as a domestic violence officer in Queens. And that's where she met her boyfriend John Baruba in two thousand seventeen while she was working case. He's been called her sugar daddy in the press. Now he was fifty four. She was thirty four at the time and he paid her and Bill. So yeah yeah that tracks but then he got her suspended when he reported to internal affairs that she was hanging out at his house when she was supposed to be on duty protecting serving but then they got back together. Their relationship is not surprisingly described as volatile. Of course Jon is an exactly choirboy either. He allegedly threatened to shoot a guy over fifty four thousand dollar diamond ring in January twenty nineteen and was bragging about supposed ties he had to the Gambino Crime Family. He was also very proud of his friendships. With a couple of the actors who played mobster on the Sopranos so for Guy who seemed to be such a mobster wannabe. How ironic is it? That the first thing he did was drop a dime on his girlfriend. Of course if you ask Valerie's family they believe it was John who set the whole thing up to framer and speaking of her family at the time. She was arrested. Her brother was an FBI agent two months after she was arrested he committed suicide but again she insists she's innocent. Prosecutors say Valerie did her best to try and get rid of the evidence they believe. She destroyed to cell phones and deleted texts. But even without those phones. It's pretty hard to argue with wire. Tape recordings isn't it does not look great for you girl. Her trial was supposed to start on April twentieth. But it's been postponed while her legal team. Sifts through thousands of pages of text and calls between her her boyfriend and her ex-husband if she's convicted. She faces ten years for each of the two attempted murder for hire accounts and twenty years for obstruction of justice. I have a feeling this is going to be it for
How Well Do You Know Your Inner Critic?
"Hey they're all you people interested in mental wellness. Welcome back Yep we are still in Cova. Nineteen locked down. I don't know about you all I am trying to make the best of it and today I woke up thinking. I'm just going to try and laugh today as much as I possibly can. Mainly because last week was a poop show for me. I don't know how your lives are going but last week things just kinda hit the fan repeatedly and I've recovered mostly. Although I will say less Wednesday in particular was a really emotional day for me and wouldn't you know I got a wonderful email from a nurse in the UK. And I wanted to start off the PODCAST TODAY. Sharing that email with you because it's helped me. I'm not saying cured me of the ills that I was facing emotionally that day but certainly it gave me something to be grateful for in the midst of my emotional regulation for the day which lasted into the weekend. Now if you don't get emails from wonderful people from around the world he you do have things in your daily lives that sometimes go unnoticed. And maybe actually get really good feedback from people that you minimize therefore in an effort to get us all thinking in terms of acknowledging the people that actually think were good and worthy and valuable. I want to give a big shoutout and read her email to me. I feel like I'm emailing a friend as I write this a friend a counselor advisor and the lovely carrying voice. I listened to every night as I drift off to sleep. I discovered your podcast about a year ago and I have been listening mostly every day since then I love it. I love your wisdom. How you explain things and your phrases. Are you picking up? What I'm putting down. She put that in quotes. You are providing such an amazing service to whoever listens to you. I have never had counseling. And she puts him parents. I definitely have a mild to moderate case of substance use disorder. The way you explain boundaries for example. It's like a light bulb. Went out from my head. You have taught me so much opened my mind to a different life and may believe in my own abilities to be strong confident in content the time and effort you must put in. I honestly cannot thank you enough. I hope you stay safe and healthy in these difficult times. Lots of love and gratitude from me to you. Sign a grateful nurse from England. I can't thank you enough. Your email is carrying me through this week as well. I hope you stay. Save as well as the rest of you out there listening and let's get today's topic. I don't know about the rest of you but I kind of need a break from the whole cove in nineteen thing so I decided to read a little bit from my book. If you don't know I wrote a book and it was published last November and it's called five weeks to self confidence a guide to confronting near inner critic and controlling your relationship with your thoughts. Yeah I had a client the other day that I just started working with and she said she said Lynn. I know you wrote a book and it is in my Amazon Cart. But I can't seem to actually push the button to buy because I don't know if I want to confront my inner critic and I said that's okay. We'll get to it but for those of you who may be ready. I WanNa read part of Chapter Four today and that is meeting and Confront Dean your inner critic at the start of each chapter in my book. I give you some bullet points about what we're going to do each week. And then what you will build on based on what was given to you in the previous chapter. So in chapter four of the book which can correlate to your week two out of week five we look at exploring who your inner critic is we learn how to catch your inner critic in the act develop a practice of calling out your critic and then find ways to live with your critic and the goals if you decide to buy the book that we build on are the goals that you have identified and set your strengths motivations and readiness and your self improvement priorities. The portion of the Chapter I wanted to focus on today was really getting intimate with who your inner critic is and how here she came to live in your brain in your mind so here goes. When is the last time you woke up in the morning expressing love and appreciation to yourself like Hey Lynn. You are so good at what you do. You make such good decisions and wow your heart. It usually doesn't go that way right. It often sounds more like. Why didn't you get this or that done? You are so bad at that and nobody likes you last week in the book was all about discovering your motivations your strengths and the areas in what you want to see improvement in your confidence and esteem in the next few weeks months or even years but many of us experience a block that often derails our efforts our inner critic this week. We're going to learn more about your personal inner critic. Catch it in the act and have a little chat about what it's up to and discuss some necessary boundaries for a peaceful long-term Relationship Ellie. A Smart Funny Woman in her thirties came to see me discussing her increasing anxiety about the future. Wow can't relate to that right now. She was very down herself and losing sleep worrying about the fact that she was not yet married and had no children but very much wanted to have a family. I asked her to tell me some of the things she was saying to herself especially when she was trying to fall asleep she replied that although she couldn't remember the exact words. It seemed to revolve around. How many of her friends were married with kids and that her older sister was always in her head. Eliot long looked up to in compared herself to her sister often finding herself coming up short. This left her with a heavy feeling of unworthiness. Over the years these feelings caused many problems between them when they spoke or got together l. e. felt her sister bragged and offered up not so subtle. Criticisms sometimes going so far as saying that Elliott was not doing the right thing or just being stupid mostly. Ellie silently nodded in agreement with her sister having internalized all this criticism since childhood. Elliot had adopted a pattern of being her own worst critic. Her thoughts revolved around. What she was not accomplishing in her life. As opposed to some of the beautiful and wonderful things she had already accomplished. She loved being a theater director. She loved building unity within the production by exploring the different elements of writing directing staging costumes lighting and sound. Her dream was to win a Tony Award. She was already very respected and sought after in the industry. Elliot loves traveling around the country the world and enjoying the many creative relationships her job offered her together. We worked on building compassion and exploring the severely critical inner voice. She was paying attention to and believing she began recognize how hurtful it was to compare herself to her sister and to understand that they were good at different things and had different. Desires Elliott E. began to build awareness of her inner critic and found ways of coping. That fit her lifestyle over time she began to uncover her needs her values and her dreams. She accepted and committed to her very own choices and path in
The moral dilemma of COVID-19: Difficult decisions on economy and saving lives
"Save the economy or save a life that's the key moral dilemma facing officials as they weigh which steps to take next in response to the pandemic president trump is eager to restart the economy but medical experts warn if the U. S. moves too quickly more lives could be lost the New York times held a video conference with five experts from different backgrounds to discuss the difficult decisions that lie ahead prominent political activist and Reverend William barber took part in that discussion and he joins us now from Goldsboro North Carolina robin thank you so much for waiting this pandemic has led to an unprecedented national emergency what do you believe the moral response should be thank you so much for having me along what we have to know first and foremost explore the issues and the breakages and societal inequalities and America has a lot of rooms in that area when it comes forward racism is structural issues and what makes you as they explore that they do when you don't close the pictures you deepen and expand the life of the pandemic so the moral issue is that before the pandemic ever happened we have seven hundred people dying a day from popular hundred forty million people four and low income pandemic we don't put your mall thing we haven't done in the trump administration McConnell there is a push for mobile arrest reveals about treating also corporation and gave the people people sales workers we have whole middle seats basically we can get tested but we don't have any insurance are we don't have a guarantee that they can have the right all the water will be shut off so we're actually in the midst of this pandemic you in the qualities and you deepen any qualities actually calling the plan poverty was the pandemic could be for this pandemic at river in our own Paula Reid who works in Washington asked to advisor to the president kellyanne Conway about why there was such a lack of diversity on the president's council to re open the economy she didn't have an answer for that I mean we're hearing more and more about how minority small businesses are really challenged when it comes to accessing a little bit of this these billions of dollars that have been set aside to help them stay alive financially is the government doing enough to ensure that all Americans financially survive this pandemic no they weren't doing enough for even the pandemic there was no diversity and that's the one hundred and forty million poor and low income people but for his friend six three of sixty one percent of Americans look for a little while well the twenty six million people don't forget sixty six million white Americans all formal well but also fifty four percent of all people living wage what will people of color there's this ministry has dismissed that he brags about one one half American unit but actually while wages have gone down and people looking both ways and go all the way for and then the administration has not done anything to really be staff recommend before you get those businesses the fact is one of my friends says black people are dying to mostly be tested at least we are saying over and over and over in communities that you're having the highest rate ripping in Mississippi seven percent of those are African Americans desperate because of structural racism and what was his Surgeon General say black people need to stop smoking stop doing drugs and stop doing alcohol and does not address the systemic realities of the lack of health care the lack of hospitals that lack of treatment and the lack of testing which all the structural issues if anything this administration is is widening the racial gaps and creating more hall finish creating cooler we had a conversation yesterday with clergy and the clergy across this country we will open letter to the president and vice president the task the server general saying listen we need hospitals in our communities of color we need testing sites and community of color we need to just ask authorization act you can ask and then it later so that you can price that out and we can get those things to our home and we don't need I'll less about personal responsibility which is always the way some people try to dismiss dealing with structural realities of racism rubber nose points are really important to those points are really important to highlight because as you as you say there are deeper rooted issues that has sort of eggs been exacerbated by by this pandemic for example we know that people with asthma are can be severely affected by Kobe nineteen a lot of black and brown people live in communities that are close to highways and so that that will have an effect on asthmatic conditions for a lot of people a lot of black and brown people a lot of immigrants are those front facing service workers that we rely on those of us who are all working from home and it's easy to say to people you know Netflix and chill but for a lot of people who need that paycheck the bus drivers the postal workers that bodega owners they're going to work every single day and they are coming into contact with people who may be a symptomatic and so these are some of the issues that are sort of coming to light even though black and brown people knew those issues existed before cove in nineteen you remember sometime ago trump's interests with the war was over as I said while I'm sitting here forty three percent of our country formal welcomes sixty one percent of Americans work for low income and it's not because people are lazy it's because their jobs will not be under the ground helping job with this company thank you just mentioned the Surgeon General of the day say about people need to stop smoking author of smoke people come from plants and telecommunications you can close the plants that are needing like you saying errors in Louisiana it has the highest per capita rate of death in the country before and then and now still has the highest rate of deaths from the pandemic those people all the diseases because of the cancer carcinogens that are produced by the plant skin cancer our issues that we have to do and they're not giving him we called the central workers and many people are among the orderlies the groceries the fashion work with nurses what not who are who are essential workers get broader than just we say people essential workers and they represent the soul of America will win all the dissension workers going to seat the soul of America we tell them to go to the front line we don't guarantee them healthcare we have not guaranteed them safely we have guaranteed them a living wage we've done all those things for the corporations we bailed out before there was even a full blown panic diminish what we left DC central workers with our assistance and and and we have to come to okay just relax everybody has a right to lead it if they don't we don't know if they are sick it's not going to stay among the poor low income workers lack communities are sick the Germans lock on the state Tino communities are safe it's not going to stay there is going to continue to spray it and extend the life of this pandemic to the rest of us one reason we've been pushing according to scripture and I said whoa onto the old legislate evil and rock for their rights we are seeing a robbing poor and low income people basic fundamental human rights the right to a decent wage the right to healthcare the right to sick leave and again a pandemic it does hurt all you might be able to hide it during a pandemic you will be exposed and by those things continuing to exist it will extend the life and in the end this number also soccer so everybody has a right to me you know if they don't we don't and we better hurry up and relaxed it and this administration but over the
Dallas - Carrollton police arrest woman who claimed to spread COVID-19
"The Carrollton woman who bragged on social media that she had the corona virus and wanted to spread it is now locked up eighteen year old Lorraine Mauer Diego is being held on twenty thousand dollars bond on a charge of making a terroristic threat Jolene DeVito of Carrollton police says the Carrollton woman surrendered this morning after a number of people recognized her from social media the question why she truly positive was she truly putting the public in danger and so our detectives have worked nonstop for the past twenty four forty eight hours luckily were able to find her and get her into custody needles is marred the ada is not believed to be positive for the corona virus bought by court order will be quarantined for twenty one days if she makes bond
Dallas - Carrollton 18-year-old to be charged with terroristic threat for claiming to have COVID-19 on social media
"Some police here in Texas looking for a young woman who bragged on social media about spreading the coronavirus so way to go yeah much like saying you have an explosive in a suitcase police they're really not taking kindly people threatening to spread the Colbert nineteen yet police here in Texas they revealed that they're looking for a woman who claimed on Snapchat that she contracted the Colbert nineteen it is willfully trying to infect others here's a quote she says I'm here at Walmart about to invest others everybody because if I'm going down everybody's going down not funny guy she's eighteen year old Lorraine Meghan Duggan that's her name and according to the DPS they founder and while at it when found that is she could be charged with making a terroristic threats under the Texas penal code are absolutely that that would be considered a terrorist a terroristic threat everybody is absolutely horrified right now so
"brag" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Butte it more just pretended like our natural beauty as a person as opposed to like natural products got it got it because I would say maybe I should put that in my two line bio or my like paragraph read okay perfect I mean offensively or publicists so then I moved onto Brazilian blowouts and I used to live live in Argentina when for for like a like for for a year off after I graduated from college highly recession there are no jobs and I I went to work at young and Rubicam. They're serious office. and they call it Allie sallow which means like straightening and it was like thirty dollars colors and it was a wildly unregulated. It was very I mean it's only sort of regulated in America but like it is technically regulated and remember this guy came over my house and and I had a balcony we sat on the balcony and he did the alley sallow and I were gasmask. Oh my God and Walmart. I don't like knows what he poured on your head. I know and I sat there with this gas mask on and I was just sort of like what consider life. This is. How I'M GONNA go yeah. This is this is this is it so I sat there getting my hair straight with a gas mask ESCON. I'm so sorry mom. I never told you that wow I mean. I've done some crazy shit. I just had a girl in here. We're talk about tattooing my lips. I've done some shit some shit in my day that is bleak. Yes it was it was very dark. Time line and I can only imagine what my neighbors I thought was happening but survived. I know but now I have so many more questions because even thought about it a lot. Where did he procure these gas masks yeah. I need to buy ladies for hair straightening did he did he learn that he needed a gas mask because someone else killed right right but at least had the embalming fluid ready. I still get his promotional l. e. mail he's Janke at least those like only but I still do the Brazilian blowout and I stand and and but yes it's no longer with a fucking gas mask and that's one of the craziest beauty stories I've ever heard and a law hundred thirty episodes this show wow so congratulations brag about about that crazy story. You sure can thank you so much for being here meredith. I know your book isn't going to be out for a while but tell us your social media eighty where we can find you. I know you have a really fun newsletter. It's true that was forwarded to me by Ben so doing the Lord's work and I WANNA sign up for it myself and and we should talk about. Maybe doing one and you help me with that. Yes actually that's yes. Yes subscribe to Jackie's newsletter. That doesn't exist yet. So I'm meredith fine men you can find me everywhere at meredith fine men to fireman dot com and you will see lots of photos of my dog being low and yeah everywhere Feinman fine man. lets me this was so pun and I can't wait days. I mean it's deeply excited. sorry by. I think he's fine with it. Oh no I mean he has. He has no choice but yeah yeah. It's great. I think he's on board for sure. Of course he is okay. I don't WanNa talk about him too much. This is about us what I mean yeah but I will say like he's a great hype man. He got me in this room with you. You know what I mean so yeah. We're GONNA Brag better baby. A huge part of bragging better I will say is hyping your friends passing the microphone phoned people that you know voices might not be heard. I believe that is your obligation. If you're someone that people listen to it is also your job to make sure that you pay it forward as your privilege to someone else's advantage exactly yes and and but a huge part of Brag better is in doing so for others. A rising tide lifts all boats particularly among women. I feel like that's exactly what I do and Attribu- yeah and it's it's that's that's a huge part of this is like we can't do this alone and you shouldn't and the truth is like you know in the words of you know Amina so and an Friedman the shine theory. It's like you know you know when you shine. we all shine. I agree one hundred percent and I'm Shining Bay okay. We gotTA GET OUTTA here merita. Thank you so much key. Everybody remember you deserve to be happy. Happy and I also think that ties into this as well. I deserve to Brag. I have things to brag about I should be I am proud of what I'm doing that you on TV yes so you. I I deserve to be happy. You deserve to Brag. I'm talking to you. Don't forget to cream you neck and keep your fringe fresh sterling's podcast network..
"brag" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I don't want to cut this short but I wanna get into the fashion a little bit because this is another thing like I talk about Brag better. You sat down in front of me and within ten minutes. I was like this is the coolest person I've ever met. I mean I was like I was like Oh. My God really cool job very smart person. Jason Lots going on and she af denim jacket thank you well. We gotta find you on so so also and so. When did this passion of Your Star Star Secondhand Clothing I was eleven okay so we're sitting with the teacher sitting with the teachers and I was like am I gonNa love. Your Blouse now so host the podcast called it never gets old which is all about the second hand resale vintage thrift luxury consignment planet but I started secondhand shopping opping when I was eleven and my mom was a prolific still prolific consignment shopper and she took me into the store and I don't remember what she was buying but I saw this like neon green tank top poking out of Iraq of otherwise nondescript stuff and I pulled it out and it was CNC California California which is like you are a millennial woman like offs woman that was a really and Zocalo like one of the tank tops. You'd wear like two of yeah so it was one of those yeah they're so sad and like so trendy and I was like Oh my God and it was nine dollars and I was like what this is miss mark happening and the The lady who ran the store and she I was like well. It's consignment and I was like what does that mean. Sh like it was belonged to someone else. I I was like great. I took the tag off and put it on me. Never bothered me and I never looked back and so so for me. I always have loved fashion. I have a lot of very very high end designer clothing and I would say ninety percent of it was worn by someone else I it and that has just become my hunt since I always come to. La and get all my jeans and t-shirts at wasteland thrift stores and now with hosting it never gets old. I I started it because I've always done this on the side like help. People sell their wardrobes like I have made money on my closet for two decades and early can K- she used to do. I know like shout. They're all whole mess now but like you know she that was her original hustle was selling stuff on Ebay but yeah I have bought and sold clothing for two decades and like people don't realize that your closet can be a turnstile like that and that's how I treat it and thinking about buying for resale value and so people started interesting and all my friends like friends of friends like random the people would be my. DM's being like hey. Where do I saw this jacket and so I just started. I decided I wanted to start educating people on how to do it and then it really got me into the sustainable fashion world and I would. I always want to tell people is like you can get almost anything you want second hand and you're not gonNA pay anywhere near retail. It's sustainable most sustainable Dana Bash option at it's I find it really fun so we gotta find you a Levi's jacket which are everywhere one of the episodes I sent you was on the wide world of of Denham have denim issue. I loved on him so much. I was at Levi's and I was like Oh my God everybody's wearing the mothership jackets like all these like one off samples of jackets that I'd never seen before but yeah I mean the world of secondhand. Is there for you like you're someone you're viga and your someone who carrizo these sorts of things like these shorts. I bought these at the melrose trading pose. I Love Mara six years ago now. I don't know who owned them before. You're but I love him. Exactly what I mean. I wear these all the damn time. Throw them in the wash and a lot of times to like. We've just made too much stuff. We too much to like a lot of people get sick Dow. Oh and I like go into all these different themes on the podcast but but a lot of hasn't worn before if you wanted to only by secondhand things with tags on I went to the real real store on Melrose. I was just like super fancy and has all the has all the like fancy things but is a huge part of sustainable fashion now and I believe that the future of fashion is nothing new like we already have enough stuff. Yeah I love that. I'm so I've so about that. you were saying something about like fast fashion versus. Sustainable Hannibal Fashion and the trends and the growth and I knew it said I think he would send when we met like the fast fashion is actually under selling yes so we'll so forever twenty one. I think just filed for bankruptcy. Ends are so sort of fat old crazy. They're really they're realizing that they're screwed because the next generation. I would say probably their number one issue is climate right and their way Welker than we are and they're all buying secondhand on threat posh mark or D. Pop or thrift themselves sal just in places and so a lot of these fash fashion places are now vowing to incorporate vintage car. It's just too it's too late and all the statistics are saying that with within about five years the new burgeoning secondhand online like so you have the real real treaty ebays and old save posh mark threat up stocks. All this stuff is happening and that's going to surpass fast fast fashion while in terms of size industry which is one of the reasons why I started. The podcast is like actually from a business perspective. It's a multi multibillion dollar industry an only growing which is rad. That's really really cool so for someone out there. Who's maybe never bought anything secondhand. What sort of advice or tips or starting starting point would you recommend. I would start somewhere. That's much more organized. Maybe start with a real real. I was is not paid to say this though I could be real but they got somewhere. Anyone could go nationwide. It's online guys and that's very high. That's that's more designer designer. you know. I'll tell people to if they're they're different categories and like a thrift store is going to be the most overwhelming sometimes like Melrose Trading Post. Jay Walk in and I'm like no I can't do this day. Sometimes I walk into thrift stores and I've just like I'm not feeling the mood in here right now like the the the big yeah. I'm not in the mood for the day yes. That's we're online sites. Come in really well. Let I would start at like a threat up. and which has you know brands at everybody loves wears the gap J. Crew Lemon and the things that actually sell the best but so many pairs of Lululemon off posh Mark Yeah. I figured that out I was like Oh wow I don't have to pay all that money for these and I don't even have to feel bad added. Really Lululemon has its own kind of vibe going yes and if you buy a second-hand that's a race in the words of Jia. Tolentino Lululemon is late capitalist fetish wear what I'll tell you what great leggings fit. Graham totally but what I you know. It's funny people a huge misnomer. Is that like what sells best secondhand if you're also thinking about selling your closet what you should donating is very important. There are a lot of people that need clothes and donate to places that will take take it and if they don't recycle sustainably. That's important threat up. Does that actually goodbye. It's not like the highest highest end designer like coolest thing that moves fast it is stuff that everywheres lemon like J. crew like everyday essentials that are also luxuries so j. crew true and Taylor Lula man and I recently sold like it flies out of when I'm Sarah and it's all over so anything you want Sean. You can pretty much find secondhand. That's really interesting and specifically like really cute. Cool vintage shipped. Yes then there's a world of vintage totally really different and take sometimes more time and persistence but it's really fun. I'm wearing all vintage today. those ooh except known on the roads except for except for the boots jacket is vintage. Levi's the shirt is vintage from wasteland if you live in. La Go to all the wastelands. The the shorts are I think I got them in the men's section of goodwill pants and then I cut them off. ooh. That's a good idea so that ah that's the move so like the expensive like Jean shorts just go to a thrift store go to the men's denim section put them in the washing machine and and get a pair of scissors and it's seventy nine and you can like make them exactly the lengthy want yeah like you want some. George you want some late. Show your it's. It's funny 'cause I live in. DC but in in La I see a lot about cheap. Oh we are all about the budget here. It's not it's not for me. I'm not about cheaper but if you are I see. You isn't that really uncomfortable in the front you know but you you sweat for your art. You know what I mean. Beauty is pain and if you WANNA shop ask because this is this is a beauty podcast is so you know the ghost and also you know oil that ass yeah. I've been oil in my ass all summer really. Oh Yeah keeping even that Keeping That Asks Oiled. I've never done well so it is. It's so dry here. My hair is perfect by everything super dry and I but but I will start to oil my ass is what I learned on. HBO YEAH OIL UP THAT ASS why not listen. We're trying to keep your sexy over here. You know got. They got to keep up with what's going on. Can you very quickly. Tell me the story about how you had. Your hair straightened in South America boy so it's amazing that I have hair. I just say that so. I've been chemically straightening my hair. Since I was fifteen. I'm thirty two and at first the technology super curly hair and you just never did I i. I honestly don't know what my hair looks. Yeah Okay Fair Amazing. I have here so like I don't really know what it looks like. I remember it being like you know sort of freeze like frizzy wavy. Frasier easy was also phrase perfect yeah. That's what it was like and like who knows I was like fucking seventh grade like my hormones are anyway so so this I would drive out to Koreatown in Annandale Virginia and they would do Japanese hair straightening which came on the scene before Brazilian as a way to smooth your locks completely unnecessarily and I think it's funny like now I what my wavy hair looks like but anyway and you look like a lampshade because Japanese straightening is permanent also it was just a real aggressive lamp shade look like a lamp shade for a while and then I moved moved onto Brazilian blowout which is horrifying but works discovered in Brazil by someone who was literally embalming someone unharmed and perfect sense and discovered that when they put the formaldehyde on that person's hair that what it became straight so laws are chemically I mean I don't know how natch the beauty all match. That's a common misconception with match..
"brag" Discussed on Natch Beaut
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"brag" Discussed on Natch Beaut
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"brag" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I can't champion you because I know that you don't know how to feel about this thing and instead of saying like so so excited to have been on this episode like check it out like like so grateful and thrilled on them like okay like I will share that right so like thinking about that too and a lot of it is just you know fagin until you make it even if you don't feel that way is just removing those negative qualifiers yes okay and that I feel like I've been doing that recently with emails. I go through before I send an email and erase apologies an IRA so I feel that maybe I think and I cut all that out because I'm like stop lessening what you're feeling stop you know Saba apologizing so fucking much for everything yeah I know yeah one hundred percent and all this is like melded holded together like I sit in the in the sort of bragging corner in that I have found a way to sort of weaponized public relations and language and writing in a way that feels good good but it's all intrinsically tied like imposter syndrome you know women and language and asking for what you want like it's all around the same themes and we all do that in emails like you know execute me. It's funny because it's a writer like exclamation points. I cut out a long time ago but we want our put a lot in email. Sometimes go back online yeah but you know we want to soften the blow. I mean Ryan are conditioned to also be soft and be not demonstrative demonstrative and you know one thing I'm really keen on is like it's not just about like okay. If you hype accomplishments in like you'll get equal pay and like the all the attention you really deserve. A lot of this is a systemic issue and that's the other piece. That's why cared so much about writing bag better. Not just for women is because like we're leaving on the half the population men need to cosign women's voices. Listen to these conversations and you know also help us. Yes rag better because that's what's GonNa move the needle. You're saying put an exclamation. points in emails is sort of like a it's a way of again kind taking away the meaning of of what you're saying it sort of lessens the message yes it does and it's funny because as a writer writer. I'm a long time it's true though as a writer as a writer you're always taught that exclamation points are like the bane of the English language and it's funny because in my book I had I was like okay you got to acclimation points. Ergen seventy thousand miles lake you know and I went and even removed some myself. I mean it's it's hard every day like this is not my first book. I collaborated on a book before this. That was a big data book and the only thing I've ever known that I wanted to to do was write a book and I wrote this book was called. Bending me on it and then I'd be like oh no but like you know these early ideas and like I just like you know right Stanley just an and so oh nobody's perfect at this like it's it's. I just also know that it will help you get more money and got the bigger jobs and like you know that's. You're leaving money on the table by not bragging okay. How do we get more money. How do we Brad Better. I know this is way bigger of a conversation than this podcast but like what. Where do we start yeah so we've already started. No we've already started. It's funny cause for you. I wouldn't cut out the self-deprecation entirely party or personality but you do have to watch the line. You're towing between you know self self-deprecation and verbal undercutting okay and those that's hard to do and that will take like time in practice but you know even beginning. I tell people I talk about this. Thing called the light switch of visibility which is it's just about turning on the lights and realizing that there are opportunities all around you to to promote yourself so if you're listening to this. I don't even know where to begin. She'll ICKY. I mean everyone comes to you with the same sort of five emotions they're five. I don't know if account shame fear anxiety desiigner doubt that's four and then there's some faith that you've always told me maybe it's four but anyway Hornets. Yeah yes that that I am so anxious and I am so deeply Horny so I'm horny for compliment but it's the you know things. You wouldn't think of like your email signature. Does it have all the appropriate links to your personal site or things you want to see or your most recent podcast Jackie or like your your most recent appearance somewhere or an article someone wrote about you and your bio like people. That's the original bragging SPA. Throw in the kitchen sink there. If you are a woman use your last name not your first name. Don't use it as an excuse to get cutesy. that is a medium. I think won't Change Change and that is like the original braggadocious spot that makes so much fucking sense I mean the examples of people I know are going going through my head of like their instagram by or their twitter mile and so what else to is all like so there are different tactics you can buy brag better and Jews risky risky. Yes a relentless relentless promoter on this this book. I can't wait again can't well. No I really have to like live the message so like I guess I'm GonNa have to get like leggings and say well. I'm GONNA DO BRAG. swags league live just it's just going to be my whole body. Why book all of these small places your bio your resume. You're linked in your social media on Lincoln Yeah. I'm probably GONNA make okay. I've been asking twitter if I should get on it it yeah I mean I'm a fucking business owner. nobody always uses example. Lincoln of like a lot of it's spam and I've written for every business I write about business is entrepreneurship and women's issues sometimes they honor Sakhon and one place that always gets me a lot of businesses writing for Harvard Business Review and this someone someone had message me on linked in which is you know spammy way to get to people but people really use it and he was like hey read this article. Can I talk to you Blah Blah Blah and when I was a okay like whatever ignore like moved email fine and he was the former CEO of a fortune five hundred company. I was like Oh oh well so so but what I was trying to say was that all of these different places whether you care about them or not add up to a mosaic of who you are and who you wanna be online and offline and the biggest thing. NPR is control that conversation. You don't want anyone else guessing who you are and and what you want I if you want. I want to know what you want because people are leasing two handed to them on a silver platter and Dan and I would say just like looking at all of that and saying. Is this communicating what I want. Ask someone you know I always say like. Ask a friend a family member number a loose connection a colleague and say like what is all this stuff. Tell you about me. What do you think I do like asking that's really helpful to is like asking other people to explain what you do and if so off you're like oh well. I need to make sure that indicating that is very interesting. Do you recommend like kind of having a script ready for yourself. I've scripted out things for household name. CEO's Yeah I'm yeah. I get really nervous like we'll just like I can't even tell you how many times in the past five months I've been somewhere with bad and I hear the speech you know I could tell it to you. A writer and this is a complement of what he's up to what he's been doing. It's beautiful and then they'll go. What do you do and I go. I host a podcast and then they go okay and then I'll go. She's one the top progress in the world and he'll like go down all my shit and I'm like Oh. I really should like have this ready to go you. Shed so yeah so. I believe that everyone needs very supportive. No He's he's the best and he's a great height man but you also need to be your own say but it was up until that point in my life. I had never realized Oh shit. That's this. Is something here like lying you. You never know who you're meeting right. If you're like I'm an actress I host like a very successful podcast and you know x y Enzi and you know I. I often tell people to lead with something you just that you did that. You're really excited about it doesn't have to be like the most prestigious thing it just has to be something. You're excited about again that energy transfers but no you need a google document so like everybody listening up. Put a quarterly calendar reminder to update your bio. You need like a doc or running dock along a short and a two line bio so that you're not always reinventing the wheel and then you can you know updated and updating tena sank you truly but having that running document will save you a lot of time like if you're doing a panel if you're doing a conference you send the short bio because the other thing too is like you don't. WanNa send them this this long by have them figure out what's most important right right and then it not represent what you want like again. It's just about controlling your own narrative and conversation and I will tell you it is a lot more difficult and significantly more expensive to change your narrative have than it is to create it. This is so fucking genius like I can't wait to listen to this religion. It is all I I like to you know get my shit in order well I. I'm I'm deeply honored to be here and I can't wait to watch you become. I'm at your own hype woman but I will say like certainly where you're from your family structure the southern thing when I counseled British People Abo- Canadians there a lot of cultural factors like it's a it's a problem ladies and it's also just a lot of it is just inherently sexist bullshit but like like you know. I think that it comes. There's a lot to unpack. I mean I'm in therapy twice a week for the first time in my adult life. There's a lot to unpack. I've had a lot of boundaries stepped apt on over my life and I was silenced. You know I think it's fair to say I was silenced for a good amount of my life and I'm now working on that so this is yes. I'm about to cry. I cry very easily these days I'm learning a lot. I'm learning owning a lot and it's very interesting work and I'm very happy I'm doing it and every day I'm learning and changing and working on things and this is something that I'm going to work on that and I need to work on hard and I want to honor that too that it's very difficult and I will say to like you know being very clear that you know as a white woman I get the sexism piece but I don't have to deal with the racism or you know as a straight woman on the homophobia rise like and really honoring that but what I what your old stories which which are you know what is told to you about visibility about bragging about using your voice whether it's.
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"They're all special. That's why 'cause we're ragging today today. We are bragging I'm very excited about my guest. Today we just met and we became became fast friends and we were sitting across from each other. It was sort of a hi. How are you what do you do and she tells me that she helps coach coach women on how to Brag better that is something that really hit me as a person who has major issues with self promotion and we're here to talk about that. I find it very fascinating. Her work is very interesting. She is a DC based. PR and communications expert she's also in involved with it says your leadership coaching which I found very interesting. I'm like you slay at high school reunions. What a cool job. Her name is Mary Feinman. Welcome to Nash B O N Cheese a podcast guest host. She also has a podcast called. It never gets old exploring vintage denim and vintage clothes verts any so the world of secondhand okay the world of secondhand we love. That's why you're here to clarify honey. Thank you so murder. I'm so happy you're here. You're work is fascinating. Thank you and I will say okay and to anyone listening big fan of you and the pod of but you're not alone and having trouble talking about yourself is what I do for a living so cool. Though what a cool job thank you it. It has been a long fight for the Bragg. I just finished the manuscript for Brag better the book which is out in June We have a little ways to wait zero waste waste wait. I have a lot of editing to do but yeah I mean. I'm thoroughly unsurprised that. This is something that affects you. It affects everyone not just women though at my core heart center that's who I care about impacting with this and so it stems from a lot of different things my becoming the go-to as PR person for representing individuals my own work on I've been a freelance writer for about fifteen years I speak I do. TV and people sorta wanted that piece but then we have this extreme which I don't have to explain to you in show business. This cult of personality situation going on where leadership is a driver of business more than it ever has been like traditionally in American history like yes. We've had big families as like you know the vanderbilts or people like that that have been titans of industry but they're more visible than ever and I didn't think it was fair that the benefits associated with understanding president visibility be reserved one for people for McCain naturally which is like three people like. I've taught myself this for many years. I grew up in the DC. You know media in politics bubble being like toted around two parties. I've sounded like this since I was five which is like super fucked up but also good. It's not cool. I'm uh-huh yeah but yeah and then I started is that nobody knew how to talk about themselves and that it was so agree just for women and I was watching the systemic trajectory so it would have young women that want to work for me and this was when find point was more of a PR shop and they could not talk about their past experience with confidence accordance and then I would have friends where I would have to happen and play publicist and then I would literally like living my life yeah yeah no. I mean it's super duper real well. It's an epidemic and then then I would represent really high powered women and they all felt the same way which was that feels really icky to talk about yourself a used Brag. It is a taboo word. We don't have that many other one right self-promotion yeah but you know what it's a necessary very skill set and it is one that will get you more money a bigger job opportunities hundred percent and like. I think that it's just that I don't have to really explain to anyone out here in. La Because I feel like that's so much of what you have to do so much of what we have to do in it is most certainly been a hindrance to me and I don't know exactly when this happened but it's it's. I'll give you an example like you book a show you as an actor like Oh. I booked in episode of show. It's very easy to post a photo of you. Onset post a photo of your trailer post a photo of the script at the table rate and I would see these photos rose and I would be happy for my friends but it got to the point where I was like people are bragging about their jobs and then it would make me not mad at them or hate them or feel weird. It would just go. I'm not GonNa do that when I book of job because I don't want to make other people feel weird about it so then I never did it yeah and that's really if you really just think about it. It's insecurity. It's all stems from insecurity of like. Oh I don't want to you know come off a certain way or whatever but that's sort of in our business you have to do that. It reminds people that Oh you are a working actor and that people book you totally and from that I always like people don't know what you want until you tell them and people don't know what you've done until you tell them so for example like you were just on an episode of drunk history like I might be a random person who has a random show who thinks you only have the podcast and then sees that it was like Oh shit she also acts yes like you. You have to show up you have to that. Everybody is very lazy and does not read and you know you've to tell them. You're available to speak to tell them. You're able to act whatever it is that you you. WanNa do and what I will say is like so obviously obviously I care about doing this for women because being a woman in public is so complicated yes you're judged on you know metrics and factors that matter not that is obviously you know doubly triply true in Hollywood where so much is based on appearance and like. It's funny 'cause I live in. DC which is for the call Hollywood for ugly people and it's it's super true and it's just like so based on intellect that actually sometimes it's funny sometimes like focusing on your appearance in DC is like a a bad thing which is is funny. It's all all Asbat for women or picked apart. You know yeah well what I will say to you too. Is I mean at this point. I've trained and council like hundreds if not thousands of people and particularly your southern woman where I you know I'm making a generalization Zeeshan but gender norms also I would say in the south being polite very overtly feminine dominate s I would put a lot of money on that having some unharmed riddick per cent and that is my argument is that it's a skill that everyone can learn yes what I do is not rocket science so I call my audience the qualified quiet which are people that have done the work but don't know how to talk about it to me. That is not a weakness. It's a strength and as I said what I do is not rocket science. It's the icing so basically what's much harder is spending the time and doing the work and you know crossing all the ts dotting. All the is like that stuff is takes a lot of time and energy. This is sort of different cringe muscled right Affleck's. Yes and it's so hard for women for so many different reasons. You don't have good examples. you have a lot of people screaming and the rest of us like not knowing where to even begin then we have this horrific inverse relationship between volume and merit we reward loud voices and as much as I'd like to be optimistic and say that I think we can get the louder people to be quiet. I do not believe that I think it's about getting the quiet people to be loud life as a woman so you're judge metrics that men are not you know your police from your voice voice. Your ankles your age. You know an endless laundry list of things you feel responsible for other people's feelings because you're conditioned to feel that way. You're saying you know like I don't want want people to feel some kind of way post things but also look historically positive attributes were associated with passive behaviors or like she was demure. She was coy. She was shy all all of those things mean that you shouldn't know how to do these things and I think that like part of my like background growing up but then also so being a PR person and realizing that if you treat yourself like a PR campaign that will give you some of the skills you need and that's what Brag betters. There's all about like. I care that it's not just another like you know white. Lady feminism like feel better like this book is intersectional that it it is not only four women though it obviously women buy books but also that it is tactics that I have worked on over the past decade like it's going to tell you what to do in a way that feels very authentic to you like that's the key issue is like how are you going to brag in a way that feels okay and specific to you yes I. I feel like again. I'm just I'm such like self deprecating and that's comes more into it every time somebody's like. What do you do. whatever like you know what. I mean and I'm done new new. Jackie is done with self deprecating humor. New Jackie wants to let everyone know what's going on in proudly expressed that so where do we begin well. I I was GONNA say so so with that self deprecation like your comedy. You're very funny lady. thank you. I am you are yeah there. You go is it. I mean well I was. I was this past week. I was in San Francisco at leave is and I did their women's conference and I was talking to I did you to brag better talk and I was speaking to someone in the audience after and she was talking to me about accepting compliments so have of this is learning to Brag and ask for the recognition that you deserve you've but then it's also figuring out what to do with it once you get it and how to accept it and how to leverage it to continue and like so there's a lot of work there yes you know. I always referenced the League Amy Schumer Sketch where the friends are complementing each other and you know they won't accept it and say look disgusting trash bag and then amy just says thank you and all their heads blow off yeah like it's like that it's do yes. I've had a really hard time with that. myself but you know we. That's that's a whole other story where so willing to accept criticism. It's like Oh yeah. Tell me a piece of shit like I will. I will totally take that from you. Take it to the bank. put it on my forehead like. Don T sure sweatshirt but no we are not conditioned to accept praise and in those good things about yourself and here's the issue so when you don't accept it it it makes it stop and then it can't give you other opportunities so one one thing that I always talk to people about is like cut out those terms like shameless plug shameless self promotion to Brag but what you're doing with those qualifier demeaning what you're about to say you're trashing yourself before anyone else can ride which is a defense mechanism but we are also doing a saying like I can't stand behind this accomplishment it and your reader or your listeners like if you were to like post something inside. Lake shameless plug that I'm like well. I don't know what to do with us. As the reader I feel the anxiety that you feel. It's transferring to me and if you don't WanNa hype yourself like I don't know what to do and it stops there so like it has a negative effect effect on the people you're saying to also then.
"brag" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Brags about what he's done for the economy to reduce unemployment among blacks, and Latinos. He brags about investments. That he's made in inner city communities. He brags about prison reform, which has been supported by the NWEA CPI and other minority groups among others for some time. Now, Obama talked about it. Trump does does that sound like a Neo Nazi to you. Does that sound like a clansman to you? And he's anti semitic too. Don't you know? Not the democrat party. No, no, no, not Omar and AO. And tally. No, no, no, no. Trump eliminates fear and DEA. He recognizes Jerusalem as capital of Israel. He moves Israel are the US embassy. Jerusalem, and they still call him an anti Semite. And they still call him an anti Semite. This is press. This is media. These are newsrooms these are journalists how so. How so. Why would you book? Why would you book these individuals Nuhad Aiwa? The Nimrod national director of care cut four Mr. producer cut four go today. The terrorist has quoted the most powerful person in the world, President Trump, and I would like to address Mr. Trump not on this show, pal. 'cause you're you're a hack for HAMAs. Now, surely. The media outlets. They ran that press conference are aware of it surely CNN knows that care is an offshoot of HAMAs. Surely CNN knows. That Mehdi Hassan is a columnist presenter for al-jazeera. That's why they invited him. They know Abraham Cooper is a mouthpiece for care. They know watch your hot Ali. Whereas Zuhdi Jasser, he's Muslim he's prominent he served in the United States navy. He's an American patriot. Where is he why isn't he invited on CNN and MSNBC for the reason digest said? He's a pro American patriot who served in the United States navy? The president's rhetoric. They talk about they don't even get the irony. The hate the poison the vile that dispute twenty four seven by these phony journalists, these phony anchors these phony host these phony news sites. Day in and day out. They can be Trump one day. It could be Cavin on other day. It could be Jim Jordan. Another doesn't matter. There's something horribly wrong with this industry. The media industrial complex. There's something horribly wrong with it. You and I who revere the constitution including the first amendment, and including freedom of the press. We said you're in shock and disgust. I'll be right back..
"brag" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Brags about what he's done for the economy to reduce unemployment among blacks, and Latinos. He brags about investments. That he's made in inner city communities. He brags about prison reform, which has been supported by the NWEA CPI and other minority groups among others for some time. Now, Obama talked about it. Trump does does that sound like a Neo Nazi to you. Does that sound like a clansman to you? And he's anti semitic. Don't you know? Not the democrat party. No, no, no, not Omar NAOC and tallied. No. No, no, no. Trump eliminates the Iran deal. He recognizes Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. He moves Israel are the US embassy. Jerusalem, and they still call him an anti Semite. And they still call him an anti Semite. This is press. This is media. These are newsrooms these are journalists how so. How so. Why would you book? Why would you book these individuals knee hod Aiwa? The Nimrod national director of care cut four Mr. producer cut four go today. The terrorist has quoted the most powerful person in the world, President Trump, and I would like to address Mr. Trump not on their show, pow 'cause you're you're a hack for HAMAs. Now, surely. The media outlets. They ran that press conference are aware of it, surely CNN knows the care is an offshoot of HAMAs. Surely CNN knows. That Mehdi Hassan is a columnist same presenter for algebra. That's why they invited him. They know Abraham hopers a mouthpiece for care. They know watch your heart Ali, whereas Zuhdi Jasser, he's Moslem. He's prominent he served in the United States navy. He's an American patriot. Where is he why isn't he invited on CNN and MSNBC for the reasons I just said? He's a pro American patriot who served in the United States navy? The president's rhetoric. They talk about they don't even get the irony. They hate the poison the vile that dispute twenty four seven by these phony journalists, these phony anchors these phony hosts these phony news sites. Day in and day out. They can be Trump one day. It could be Cavin on other day. It could be Jim Jordan. Another doesn't matter. There's something horribly wrong with this industry. The media industrial complex. There's something horribly wrong with it. You and I who revere the constitution including the first amendment, and including freedom of the press. We sit here in shock and disgust. I'll be right back..
"brag" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Brags about what he's done for the economy to reduce unemployment among blacks, and Latinos. He brags about investments. That he's made in inner city communities. He brags about prison reform, which has been supported by the end, double ACP and other minority groups among others for some time. Now, Obama talked about it. Trump does does that sound like a Neo Nazi to you. Does that sound like a clansman to you? And he's anti semitic too. Don't you know? Not the democrat party. No, no, no, not Omar. And Eos c and tallied. No. No, no, no. Trump eliminates the Iran deal. He recognizes Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. He moves Israel are the US embassy to Jerusalem, and they still call him an anti Semite. And they still call him an anti Semite. This is press. This is media. These are newsrooms these are journalists how so. How so. Why would you book? Why would you book these individuals knee hod Aiwa? The Nimrod national director of care cut four Mr. producer cut four go today. The terrorist has quoted the most powerful person in the world, President Trump, and I would like to address Mr. Trump not on their show, pow because you're you're a hack for HAMAs. Now, surely. The media outlets. They ran that press conference are aware of. But surely CNN knows that care is an offshoot of HAMAs. Surely CNN knows. That Mehdi Hassan is a columnist presenter for aljazeera. That's why they invited him. They know Abraham Cooper is a mouthpiece for care. They know watch your heart Ali, whereas Zuhdi Jasser, he's Muslim he's prominent he served in the United States navy. He's an American patriot. Where is he why isn't he invited on CNN and MSNBC for the reasons I just said? He's a pro American patriot who served in the United States navy? The president's rhetoric. They talk about they don't even get the irony. They hate the poison the vile that dispute twenty four seven by these phony journalists, these phony anchors these phony hosts these phony news sites. Day in and day out. It can be Trump one day. It could be cabin on other day. It could be Jim Jordan. Another doesn't matter. There's something horribly wrong with this industry. The media industrial complex. There's something horribly wrong with it. You and I who revere the constitution including the first amendment, including freedom of the press. We sit here in shock and disgust. I'll be right back..
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"Bragging about his actions. We already know his motivations. Mccabe. There were twenty fifth amendment discussions at the department of Justice to remove Trump from office. The president has tweeted many of the top FBI brass were fired. They were forced to leave or left mccabe's wife received big dollars from Clinton people for her campaign. He gave Hillary a pass McCabe is a disgrace to the FBI and a disgrace to our country. Make america. Great again. It really this is this is it's exactly what we've always known. It was folks. Now, something has happened to cause them to have to admit this. And the interesting speculation. But. This ought to have people angrier than they have been since Watergate to whatever extent people were mad, then this is. One of the greatest travesties perpetrated on the American people in our lifetimes. A brief timeout. We will continue the MAC daddy. Your host continues to be the focal point of the drive by media on the upcoming budget deal. And whatever is the president going to do about the Rush.
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"Be bragging. Pretty aggressive. We're not one of those crazy Democrats that go out there and all the time. Maybe they aren't Claire talking about governor grains, Josh Holly. And a guy named Eric brightens? They were part of the team. So get in there on something like that. Now, they did have a band warm up who see if I can find that clip. Real quick was actually pretty good. Oh, you know, Josh Ali made a comment about why bring in Joe Biden what he can bring in the big dogs. Why is it that President Obama's here? See certainly willing to go to Hollywood and raise money with him. She certainly willing to to take his endorsement of that way. Why isn't why isn't he coming to the state? Yeah. That's pretty good. Actually, Josh Holly. I think makes a good point there. They were talking about this quote in the newsroom earlier. And I think the point he's trying to make and I think it's a pretty clear point, which is your brain. You don't bring a President Obama in when you're trying to play Mr. moderate or MRs monitored excuse me. All I am the middle state. I am the put on my overalls. I'm not one of those crazy. Big city tall building. Communal Democrats wanna go up in my electric car. And she's playing this crazy democrat know, I'm the moderate, I'm so moderate it hurts everyone type of card. You don't bring in an Obama for that even though that would have been helpful by she brings in a Joe Biden. Instead, I think that's what Josh highly means by there, and he makes a really good point. You know, why not bring and of President Obama, then we'll get the record of how you voted with them and see how it matches up. I know why you'd want to distance yourself from that. If you think that's the only way can win to distance yourself from a President Obama anyone go to the.
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"I brag has been confirmed as the US supreme courts of one hundred and fourteenth Justice, but feelings between Democrats and Republicans are still tense. Officially Justice Cavanaugh was already seated by chief Justice Roberts on Saturday. But tonight, the president will hold a swearing in ceremony for the country to watch the East Room of the White House at seven PM eastern, and the Democrats are reeling from defeat and they're refusing to give up valid to make their voices heard at the ballot box. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi rallying the troops in this letter writing. Dear colleague, your democratic colleague GOP's decision to confirm break Cavanaugh to the supreme court has wounded the very soul Justice in our country. We must not agonize. We must organize people must vote. What is it? At stake in this election is nothing less than the health in financial security of families across America in while the tumultuous confirmation battle left wounds, Florida's bracing for tropical storm, Michael. The storm is currently southwest of Cuba, but it is making its way north and is expected to hit the Florida panhandle Wednesday as hurricane it could be as powerful as a category. Two storm by the time. It makes landfall Florida. Governor Rick Scott is issued emergency declarations for over two dozen counties in the sunshine state to free up resources for storm preparations. Forecasters believe Michael will strengthen into a hurricane today or tomorrow. Well, following his visit to North Korea secretary of state, Mike Pompeo made a visit to China to meet with Chinese Foreign Minister and state councillor, Wang Pompeo addressed the worsening relations between China and the US..
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