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California storms hit beekeepers, but honey outlook's sweet
"Storms in California have hit beekeepers hard, but the outlook for honey is sweet. All that rain along with wind and chilly temperatures kept bees in Jean brandy's hives. But this year we had to do a lot more feeding because the bees were not able to fly and we just want to make sure that they don't starve to death on us. The bees are expensive to feed, but it's more expensive if the high dies. We have a hole drilled on top of every hive cover that we can invert a can into and feed them that way, give them a gallon of sugar short to make sure that they don't starve. California was battered this winter by at least a dozen atmospheric rivers, as well as powerful storms, some hives were washed away by flooding. The Rain is expected to bring a burst of spring wildflowers. It has the makings of a great year. It should be a great year for honey in California. Brandi says they've been praying for rain for the last three dry years, and they finally have it. I'm Ed Donahue
THE EMBC NETWORK
"brandy" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"No. It's a chemical. When you eat meat, meat has high in dairy products have high choline levels in carnitine. And when the bacteria feed on the meat, they actually release this chemical. It's actually TMA, it goes to the liver that is converted to TMAO. Go on the Internet. Nick, we understand your enthusiastic and we understand you've dove into a lot of this stuff and you understand probably a lot more than we do. If I can just put a bow about this on this, I would say that, you know, these mechanisms, the chemicals and everything else, are not evidence for clinicians. What is evidence for clinicians are anecdotes or studies and the studies have been ruined by the financial interests for the most part, including the agricultural interests and so on and so forth. And if you think meat is powerful, the beef people, they're a shadow of the rest of big agriculture. You know, the corn, and all that other stuff. Like I have one question for you. Who's going to benefit more from a study that shows the meat and dairy is good for you? Versus like broccoli is good for you. Like who's going to benefit from like, you know, who's going to fund that study? Well, the broad agricultural money in America is devoted to producing the sugars and other things. And I know doctor Grigor's example is broccoli isn't profitable. And it makes a certain kind of a sense, but it's an analogy rather than reality. The reality is, is that the big money is in the farming and these interests have been pushing us through this cholesterol model and a lot of other stuff. But we don't have any time left. I want to be respectful and Nick, you are someone who's worthy of respect. And I would urge my listeners to decide for themselves and look through doctor brandy's material and have a look at doctor grier's website and I got to say I was captivated by that for about 18 months. Went vegan and then I looked at all the other evidence that said that saturated fats are good for you. And that beef is probably the healthiest food of all. But we're going to agree to disagree. Because they've recently said that red meat is a probable carcinogen in processing. Anyway, look, Nick, I really appreciate this and it's a thrill to get back together with you. Nick was a an important figure in our professional group and I was also ran. So I want to tell you, Nick, I admired your work from afar and always thought you had two you had twins, didn't you were adopted? How are they doing? They're doing great. You're doing super and then I have another little girl that I adopt that she's 26 now though. And they're all doing great. And you had a brother who worked in your office, didn't you? Right. He worked with me. He ran all the marketing and the finances, and so forth. That's a wonderful ally to have family involved like that. My wife worked with me. Well, sometimes it is. Exactly. That's right. When you're in business with your brother, you get into something like, you know, close to a fistfight. Yeah. Older younger brother. We made it work. Older younger brother. Yeah, he's one year ago. When you're younger. Well, again, I'm grateful for your time. I want to stay in touch this time. And I'm going to look at your stuff again as well. Awesome. Keep in touch. Okay, thanks again. I know.
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"brandy" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
"Hello, this is doctor yoho and this is surviving healthcare podcast and I have quite a wonderful guest today who is a contemporary of mine and we both we both practice cosmetic surgery. I don't know whether he's still practicing some, but I'm obviously off down another rabbit hole and I think he is too. I hate to use that word. That's kind of a 20s. Something expression. So I apologize for that. So this is Nicholas brandy. He's a physician and he is primarily interested in cancer treatments with lifestyle and diet. And he has developed a wrote a book about that in that was published in 2019. And it has quite a following. And he talks about that. He consults about that. And I think he's done a lot of good in the world. And I hope I hope I hope I am too. But so rather than give you more formal introduction to that, let me just let the thing develop as we talk about it. First of all, I'm 69. I think you're roughly the same age. Is that correct? Yeah. Same age? But of course you did. You were a hair specialist. So we don't have to talk about your cosmetic procedures, but the thing I want to boast about is Nick and I have done something that no one else in the world has done. And you know what that is, of course. It's unique to us. We're double board certified in cosmetic
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Man to be sentenced in murders of 8 from another Ohio family
"A man convicted in the killings of 8 people in Ohio faces the possibility of life in prison. George Wagner the fourth is due to be sentenced in southern Ohio. He was convicted of 22 counts, including aggravated murder over the 2016 shooting deaths of 8 members of the rodent family, judge brandy deering will be considering a motion to grant a new trial and victim impact as he considers whether to give any possibility of parole, Wagner denied any knowledge of the plan, prosecutors say he is brother and their parents plotted the killings emitted dispute over custody of Wagner's niece, the case at three mobile homes and a camper terrified residents in piketon, Ohio. Most of the victims were killed as they slept some while sleeping next to young children who were left unharmed, prosecutors say Wagner traveled to the scene went inside and helped his brother move two of the bodies. Wagner's brother and mother reached plea deals, Jake Wagner pled guilty, admitting responsibility for 5 of the shootings, his father pled not guilty and is still awaiting trial. I'm Jennifer King
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The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling
"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.
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Joni Mitchell, 78, graces stage after nearly 2 decades away
"A big surprise for music fans over the weekend don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got till it's gone it takes you could be forgiven for thinking that Joni Mitchell had done her last performance She had suffered an aneurysm back in 2015 and has had some health issues since It's believed her last full show was in late 2002 but there she was taking part in a full length concert Sunday at the Newport folk festival in Rhode Island The Boston Globe report she joined brandy Carlisle and other artists including wynonna Judd and Marcus mumford doing a 13 song set She even played an electric guitar solo After their rendition of both sides now Carlyle fought back tears and asked the audience did the world just stop I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"brandy" Discussed on Code Story
"Like I see things as this big picture and then it's hard for me to kind of get down into the details a bit. But I've had some people throughout my career and I think particularly dealing with employees with a team that I have aspired to kind of follow in their footsteps and I guess initially being a pretty small team and not really knowing the direction we were going. And I'm a little bit of a control freak. So it was hard for me not to want to control everyone, especially when there's like three of us and it's easy. And as you grow, it becomes unmanageable. But I really looked to some of my mentors in the past of thinking about how they let go and empowered people around them to make decisions, you know, to lift them up based on those decisions is that they that they made. I don't have anybody that I could point to specifically, but I think there's been a lot of people throughout my career that have demonstrated what a good leader looks like and that's really what I'm trying to do every day. You know, for me, brandy whalen is the one person I look up to in my brain is great. She made the self professed control freak, but she's very balanced and rooted, and I think it really is a nice play to me because I am just all fire and hitting the gas. I'm a go person. So that's great. But I think both brandy and I was kind of instrumental in our businesses, you know, we're big fans of Gino wickman that hulk traction kind of like methodology and we'll revisit that quarterly and slowly implement a lot of his tools into our business. And I think that's done a really good job for kind of providing a scaffolding as we're like kind of bootstrapping this thing as far as we can go. We talked about mistakes earlier, right? But a little bit different spin. If you could go back to the beginning, what would you do differently or where would you consider taking a different approach? I actually don't know as if I would do anything differently. I think we definitely stumbled in the beginning. We're testing it out. We were really just trying to make clients happy, not really sure how to do that or what we were doing. And it was a lot of missteps along the way. I think we probably are some of our initial clients. We just we mishandled because we just weren't sure what kind of communication was needed along that path. I would say that that's probably the one thing that I would have changed, but I don't think there's any way that we could have actually known what needed to be done until we kind of fell on her face and then pulled herself back up and said, okay, how could we do this better? Clearly we're missing something on the communication front here and we need to be in more constant communication than what we're doing right now. So there's really nothing. I think all of it. We haven't fallen that hard yet to make me want to completely change course altogether. I think everything we've done has been a really nice baby fall and has been really the impetus to making the changes in which needed to be made. The one thing I would change, you know, we're a service based startup bootstrapped. So cash flow is number one priority for us at all times. Had I done the math a little bit better, we would have started payroll on a 24 week payroll process as opposed to 26. So, you know, if you've tasted the rude awakening of those three pay period months, that hurts. Especially when as kind of like labor intensive as we are. So I think that's one thing where didn't see that one coming and that ended up being a pretty exorbitant cost that took us a while to kind of recover from. But we did and it was okay, but that's something that stands out for sure that I would do different. Well, last question, guys. So you're getting on a plane and you're sitting next to a young entrepreneur who's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world. They can't wait to show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person? Having gone down this road a bit. Sell it before you build it. Start there. That's good. One of our clients actually talks about your Edison team, being people that help push it to the finish line. So I think my piece of advice was make sure that you have a super solid Edison team around you that doesn't necessarily have the same skill sets that you do. And maybe take a real hard look at yourself and where are you deficient and who can you surround yourself with to lift those pieces up? Both great pieces of advice. Well, brandy Ryan, thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of kit Caster. Thanks, Noah. Thanks for having us on. Thanks, Noah. Appreciate it. And this concludes another chapter of code story. Code story is hosted and produced by Noah lab part. Be sure to subscribe on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or the podcasting app of your choice. Support the show on Patreon dot com slash code story for just 5 to ten bucks a month. And when you get a chance, leave us a review, both things help us out tremendously. And thanks again for listening..
"brandy" Discussed on Code Story
"It comes to bringing people on to our team. Yeah, we rely really heavily on Katie and she's done really well. We launched officially probably four months before COVID lockdown. I think we have 1920 employees now and a few contractors. So we've been hiring at a pretty good clip for service based business. You know, brandy and I both being parents might have been helpful because, you know, like Brandi spoke to, we really wanted to create a nurturing environment for our staff, like a kind place to work and I personally really care about how they feel and how they approach work, how they can leave work at work and what they do and their own time, like protecting that, you know? It was important to us. Early on, I think we were able to kind of bring in our people and say, you know what? You're going to be safe here. We're going to work hard. We don't know what the future looks like, but because we're booking podcasts, it was kind of an opportune time where everybody went home and everybody turned on their mics. Early on, we're growing and we're all kind of terrified of the future. And it was a little bit hard to feel good about what we were doing because there was so much suffering, but that slowly kind of is fading, you know? Thankfully, that all that seems to be at least for now behind us until God only knows what next variants coming. But I think the remnants of a nurturing and caring culture is still rooted in kit Caster and we can kind of build and grow upon that and see how our team also can facilitate that for each other. Let's flip to scalability then. You know, it's interesting to think about scalability in two different forms. The agency side, right, which is a different scalability problem. Versus podcast guest list, which is perhaps a little more technology based, but tell me about how you approached both of those or are approaching both of those. And how you're sort of fighting this as you've grown and gained traction. You know, if we're talking about scaling the server side, there's going to be other services that we can provide that are really become solutions for our clients. And it could be a problem because we want to be very secure that we do this one thing. But then, you know, we want to make sure that they're being held taken care of so that we have other services to provide for them. And then we start spinning those out into their own brands. So scaling the agency scaling service is always about making sure that the clients are getting what they want. And if we hear somebody tell us 5 times that this is what they want, we'll figure out a way that we can add that in a way that makes sense with our bottom line, but also our business model. Being a new company, you don't have a lot of data and analytics to lean on. So figuring out what's normal, what's a normal month look like, what is above average month look like and what are our slow months and then figuring out how to scale on the agency side? Now we have a couple of years under our belt so we can kind of see some of those trends if they continue to stay true to what they are, so we have an understanding of kind of where we need to grow and who we need to bring on to the team. And in terms of additional products or the launches, we really, as Ryan was talking about before when people come to us and they ask, hey, we started a podcast. Can you find guests for our podcasts? Or I have these great interviews. What do I do with them? Do you guys create content? You know, we've had some PR agencies and other agencies reach out to us and they want to white label our services. And these were all the things that kept coming up continuously. So we've been, we've been slowly launching beta brands around all of these things that people come to us and ask, you know, not only did we launch the podcast guest list, and that was a need that people were like, would love to work with you all. I don't have the finances to do that at this point. Great. We have a place for you. Now we have the content studio that we launched. Knowing that going on an interview is just phase one, right? And then how do you get those words out into the world? So we launched the content studio. Well, we still haven't officially launched it, but I guess the beta of it. So we've just been working with our clients and some podcast hosts and we'll repurpose essentially their podcast interviews into social content, blog posts. And then we started a white label agency side to our business where we're working with agencies and we're behind the scenes, booking podcasts for their clients. So, you know, maybe they were, they just were unable to secure podcasts the way that we can. It's just kind of stepping outside of their normal workflows. We were able to come in and help them out on that front. Early on in podcasting, it was important because podcast conversations kind of became a Trojan horse where I could go pick the brains of successful founders and see what they did right, but also here, you know, what they did wrong. What's so exciting about kit casters we do that all the time. You know, we have very, very successful software developers, app developers, game developers, AI, machine learning, blockchain, everything you name it. One thing that we've kind of learned is building a dashboard and a platform where somebody has to go somewhere else and do some other things and communication is urging them to come back to this thing. That's a really hard thing to do. I have one client in mind particularly where they're, you know, a gigantically popular ecommerce platform that was built largely around hype, venture capital, and strong marketing. So you're talking about, let's say, a 10 million app download launch, all this enthusiasm, you're 24 months away from that and you have 10 million people that download the app and then it has about a hundred people that still use it. So from a software perspective and we're thinking about scaling an app, the idea of getting VC fund money and getting a big marketing campaign and launching it isn't as appealing as figuring out a way that we can provide the solutions that we have on the platforms that people are already using. Recently, as I've been thinking about software solutions, I've been thinking about where are people already, you know, people are an SMS. People are in Gmail. People are on Zoom. There's tools that are already in there that all have app markets and how can we facilitate and do what we do, whether that's for kid Caster services or maybe something beyond that in a podcast guest list type service to figure out a way to scale that will actually be sticky. Well, as you step out on the balcony and you look across all that you've built, kit Caster, agency, tooling, all that you've built. What are you most proud of? I'm most proud of our people. They're amazing. And we do on Thursdays, we do a labs meeting, which is basically like bring new ideas. We have such great participation and such awesome ideas of people thinking about our business and just as we've been talking about, like, what are some complimentary services? What are some products that might be complimentary? What's some technology? And people get really excited and they bring new ideas to the table and then they come up with a plan to test it out. And they know how we work. We're willing to test anything. We really are. You come with an idea, we will, we will build it up and we will try it. So I am most proud of that. Like giving people the creative freedom to develop. I think Brady and I both kind of approached that company culture from a place of human dignity, like we really want to hire people that care and that have creative ability and just get out of their way. Last week we did kind of an annual party that we call kit con, which is kind of a three day, we fly in our guy from Pennsylvania and everyone comes and just do fun team building stuff, eat barbecue, go bowling, that kind of thing, and then a big.
"brandy" Discussed on Code Story
"A long form form of journalism. So, you know, just kind of figuring out what the best approach is. And systematizing, but also knowing that there's nuances to it all. So with any first version of anything, you've got to make decisions and tradeoffs. What you're going to start with, right? And what you're going to delay. And it sounds like there was a lot of decisions and thought around people. And coming from the traditional industry, but also a mindset of systems and sass. So tell me about working through those decisions and how you cope with them in the early days. Yeah, there's those two considerations and more and trying to figure out how to best build a culture and then making sure that people feel supported through technology. And also, are there gaps in what we do that we could develop a technology to support what we're doing? As Ryan said, we started out using Trello, we realized quickly that wasn't going to work for us. We pivoted. We pivot pretty quickly. I would say that when we when we're testing something and it's not working and we've kind of turned it to each angle and it's still not working. We abandon and we find something that works better. I think one of the strengths of brandy and I's partnership is that we've been kind of entrepreneurs for ten plus years. That is to say that all kit Caster does is book entrepreneurs on podcasts. But that's not all we do. We knew there's going to be opportunity for people to be like, hey, will you produce our show? We book our podcast. Will you do this? We do that. And it's like, well, yeah, we certainly could do that, but now we're starting to dilute the brand and the clarity. What we've achieved by having the clarity of we only book entrepreneurs on podcasts is creating really strong relationships with other people in the podcast industry. We know that we can be the best in the world at booking. We don't want to dilute the brand. There's a big population of folks who want to be on podcasts, but maybe can't afford our services. So is there something that we could develop that those folks could come in, at least be represented almost like a LinkedIn platform, but for folks that are actually interested in being on podcasts and then podcast hosts being able to shop guests essentially. Without our involvement. So that's when we started the podcast guest list, which was kind of an offshoot of our service, where people could come, we're driving hosts to that platform. They're looking at potential guests, and then they're making the connection directly. So the podcast guest list is an extension of kind of our mission to not only be a service company, but to be a software company. And early on, we saw this opportunity of like, wow. Could we do this without podcast agents? Could people go in there and book their own shows? And there's probably a half a dozen products that do that to relative degrees of success. Our podcast guest list is still in beta, we haven't officially launched it, but it's interesting enough to keep percolating and keep developing to figure out a way that it would be ready for kind of a launch. In that case, what we would do is create a unique brand, it'd still be a kit Caster entity, but it would stand alone on its own, so it has also the same strength of clarity that the podcast guest list is what it is by itself. It doesn't have any relation to kit Caster. So there's no kind of confusion there. You know, we kind of have a launch formula that we keep it in house, keep it close to us, validate with the people that we know love and trust and that will give us honest feedback and then kind of start working outwards to see if it's got it's got traction. I'm curious though so you mentioned that there's a few flavors out there, right? For lack of a better way to say there's a few flavors out there that does that. How are you building podcast guest list or whatever brand you end up calling it? To be differentiated from those other marketplaces. That's the key. We don't know. The idea is to find a differentiator. All the competitors in that space are basically like anybody can show up and then you have a category and you try and match by categories. Kind of how we're thinking about it is like maybe there needs to be a home for one category. That's part of the validation is figuring out how we're going to do things a little bit differently because it is going to have to take something unique. A unique offering or a unique lane that we end up sticking in that sets us apart from people that are already doing this. And to make it successful and something beneficial, part of the our agency side of things is that we've built trust with hosts. They trust us. They trust that we're going to be sending people that they know we've done our research and that these guests are going to align and be fantastic interviews. But with the podcast guest lists, it's the unknown. The hosts are kind of going in a little blind looking at profiles and making a choice. Figuring out how to build that confidence in the host that we're working with, that these folks are going to be also great interviews. I very much value and appreciate the goal to maintain that trust because as a kid cast your partner or in as a show who works with you guys often. I very much can vouch for that in the quality of guests that you bring to the table. We're going to come back to the scaling factor of podcast guest lists because I think it's going to be interesting, but I want to know how you go about building your team. What do you look for in the people that you bring on to kit Caster to indicate that they are the winning horses to join you? I would say like the common thread amongst everyone is the creativity piece. There's a lot of common characteristics amongst our team, most everyone comes from a communications background, whether that be journalism, PR, creative writing, we have a lot of creatives on our team. And I think that that's a really important aspect to the characteristics of the folks that we surround ourselves with. It takes some creativity at times to essentially sell a conversation, a story, and to be able to tap into that, whether it be creative writing or just a different way to tackle a challenge. And also just everyone's just super self motivated. I think that's something that Ryan and I really made clear in the beginning is that we never want to be micromanaging anyone. Everyone knows we're very clear on what the expectations are and everyone takes care of themself and exactly what needs to be done. And we have a very supportive culture too, everyone jumps in and helps each other out. The best thing that I've done for hiring is to take myself completely out of the whole system. Process. I have the nasty habit of falling in love with anybody I'm talking to. You know, early on, I was involved in some of the interviews and I would be like, they're great and brandy would look at me like, what are you talking about? Oh, they're not. Okay. We have a director of operations and she's been with us since day one, and she's just got the magic touch when.
"brandy" Discussed on Code Story
"My chat with brandy and Ryan. What was appealing in the beginning is I was coming from software with that lean and mean idea of like small team, big margins, and when we were talking about kit Caster or what would become kit casser, it became apparent very early on that the way you scale this business is with butts and seats. And we wanted to make sure that we were being very thoughtful and not only our approach internally, but externally, how are we presenting ourselves? And people are able to work efficiently and effectively, and also figuring out the best way to connect with podcast hosts. I'm brandy whalen. I'm Ryan estes. And we are the founders of kit Caster, a podcast booking agency. This is code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical minds of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead a team that has your back. I'm your host, Noah Lampard. And today, how brandy and Ryan set out to take on the world of podcasting. And get you booked on top podcasts. All this and more. On code story. Brandy Whelan and Ryan estes are two different kinds of folks. Join together in a unified mission. If you look up Denver guy in the dictionary, you will see a picture of Ryan in a flannel shirt with a dog, a truck, and speeding off to hit up his fishing spot. He's a Family Guy, trains in martial arts, and previously owned an agency. Brandi is not a Denver native. In fact, she grew up in Iowa on a turkey form with 30,000 turkeys. Wow. She's married with three boys, and likes to get in the mountains to hike or snowboard during the right seasons. In their prior roles, brandy had pitched a client to Ryan for his podcast. As Ryan describes it, she's a great networker and instigator. When they both had the itch to do a new project, they looked to podcasting. After some initial validation, they confirmed that they had stumbled upon a need. This is the creation story of kit Caster, the podcast booking agency. I had a podcast called the Denver business podcast, maybe 5 or 6 years ago that was largely a founder show and Brandi was working in PR and pitched me one of her clients to be interviewed on the show, which went great. Brandy and I connected maybe after two or three of her clients had been on the podcast and brandy is just an absolute wonderful networker and kind of instigator, you know? So we're kind of getting breakfast and she's like, let's do something. What do you want to do? Let's do a project. I was like, okay, that sounds cool. We figured podcasting is probably a good place to begin because largely that's how we had met. So at the time, I was building a crowdfunding company for kind of blue collar service workers called career funded, and I dumped a bunch of money and time into it kind of a lean and mean startup model. And it was just kind of floundering. So I was really hungry for like a new project. So we're like, okay, let's figure out something in podcasting, podcasting has lots of moving parts. As you know, so we're figuring out ways we could be of service, but also to create a project that we could scale and that we could be the best in the world at, because why else would you want to do something if you can't be the best? So we came up with an idea for a podcast booking agency. Both of us had history and experience in the startup world, and so that seemed like a good ideal customer. So we put together a pilot program kind of set out to see if this would be a service people would be interested in. My experience with bringing ideas to life is to be really diligent with kind of the validation process. So I always start any project with a hundred phone calls. See what I learn, you know? Before I fall in love with an idea and dedicate all my time and money to it, you know, I want to make sure it's going to have legs. This is three years ago, brandy and I were talking, we really kind of fleshed out the offer. I called for my clients and three of them bought it. I called for handy. I was like, really excited. I was like, hey, I think we got something here. And Ryan's so good at validating. I think I could see it, but it was hard for me to think about how we were going to put it in motion. And to almost create a SaaS model around our service. We both come from the service world, marketing agency, PR agency. So we were both very concerned with scope creep. So how can we create something that is packaged and it's a monthly service and we're delivering monthly on that service. As we have promised. So it was really testing the waters and figuring out what made the most sense and then implementing the technology and systems to work most effectively. So from that point, we wrapped a brand around it really worked out the tools we were going to implement the service with and that following September we launched officially. Tell me about the first version of your agency. I heard the word pilot program, so maybe that's it, or maybe it's the validation call, you take it where you want to, but the MVP, so to speak, of kit Caster. How long did it take you to put together and what sort of tools did you use to bring it to life? That was a big one. You know, 'cause it's like, once you commit to something, like, oh boy. Now how are we gonna do it? Yeah. What was appealing in the beginning is I was coming from software with that lean and mean idea, like small team, big margins, and when we were talking about kit Caster or what would become kit Caster, it became apparent very early on that the way you scale this business is with butts and seats. This is old school, we're going to create jobs. We're going to create a culture as much as I've been scared away from that with the rise of B2B SaaS. It sounded really welcoming. I think I was kind of like lonely. The idea of building a culture was really appealing. As Ryan said, it's people and we wanted to make sure that we were being very thoughtful and not only our approach internally but externally, how are we presenting ourselves? We don't want 15 different team members reaching out to the same podcast. So how do we track all that information and make sure that it's organized and that we're not duplicating efforts and people are able to work efficiently and effectively and also figuring out the best way to connect with podcast hosts. We set the task of like, okay, we know what we gotta do. We're connecting top performers, startup founders with great podcast hosts. What's the tool to do it? Early on, we use Trello. I think what we saw early on is essentially our podcast agents are kind of sales guys, and sales gals, like they're pitching, in this case, a conversation, and then either closed one, closed lost, or no response. So finding tools that kind of worked in a sales capacity was where we started to lean towards and ultimately how we made decisions on the tools. Knowing a little bit from my traditional PR background, working primarily with journalists and podcast hosts are kind of journalists, but but it is a different beast. Do you consider yourself a journalist Noah? I see the parallels, but I don't consider myself a journalist. Maybe I am, never been called one? You are. And that's the thing, you know, coming from that world where that's who you're interacting with. And it is essentially it's.
AP News Radio
Blazers overcome Morant's 44 points, beat Grizzlies 123-119
"The grizzly six game winning streak is over after a one twenty three one nineteen loss to Portland Jusuf nurkic had thirty two points and eight rebounds for the trailblazers who've won four straight since dealing CJ McCollum before the trade deadline last week was scrappy playing hard but it was it was great to compete great to be out there cancel this one great and everybody there Burgess plan now from top to bottom the rolling today game every Simons finished with thirty one points and six rebounds to help the Blazers overcome John Marantz forty four points Simons has scored at least twenty nine points in three straight games Josh Hart added twenty two points six assists and seven rebounds for Portland Desmond bane scored thirty points and brandy Clark finished with twelve for Memphis I'm Dave very
The Podcast On Podcasting
"brandy" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Find a better way to grow your podcast by being a guest on other people's podcasts. So I'm really, really stoked about that. Also, if you want Brandi's full bio, it's in the show notes. I mentioned this all the time on this podcast. Being dyslexic, it is not fun for me to try to read through somebody's long bio. And I don't think you want to hear it either. So just scroll down if you'd like to read it yourself. You're probably going to read a lot better than I could anyway. Brandy. Number one, I want to give you a little bit of accolades for a couple things. Number one, first and foremost, just the attitude that you come with in business. When I was on your podcast, I just felt so comfortable being interviewed by you. You're so genuine and warm. And I really appreciated that. And then I totally effed up and I was like, at least ten minutes late on this podcast episode. And I felt so bad, but you have just been so genuine and awesome. And I really think that that type of behavior says a lot about a person on how they work with somebody when stuff hits the fan. Huge shout out to you there. The second one is there are many podcast agencies out there. Not just yours. What I've noticed is different about yours is some of the agencies that I've worked with. And I work with most of my team is in the Philippines. And so I fully love and respect working with people from the Philippines. I think they do a great job. And it's obvious that we can save money when we hire an employee people from overseas because it's just a totally different world. Like cost of living is so expensive and New York and Denver and some of these other places. So I just want to give you second props and shout outs that you've actually even though you charge about the same. And even less than some companies that are making that bigger profit margin, you actually employ all people from Denver. And on top of that, they all have benefits. So that's something that I think needs to be highlighted in the beginning. With that all said, let's find out from you, like, what are you doing in order to get people booked on podcasts? Because I'm hoping that if we can't afford, if for any reason we're not at that place where we're like, hey, I'll pay you to book me. And we want to book ourselves. What are the takeaways that are going to.
The Podcast On Podcasting
"brandy" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Podcasting is a different medium. If you've done traditional media training, podcasting is a 30 to 60 minute conversation. So how do you weave some of your personal narrative? What have you done in your career and your life? What are you aspiring to do in the future? How do you weave all that together? Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard and their show ends up costing them money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. And we're back with another episode of podcast on podcasting. And today I have brandy on the podcast. It's waylon, right? Am I saying it right? You got it. I'm the worst dyslexic reader. And I second guess anything. And so that was me 5 seconds ago. I'm like, dang it, I should have asked. You did great. So we're with brandy waylon. And one cool thing is that she's one of the cofounders of a company that you might want to work with if you're trying to get booked on lots of other podcasts. They really crush it at that. And we're going to be talking about getting you on other podcasts. Whether you do it yourself or if you work with a PR agency, you're definitely going to be learning some tips and tricks on how to get your voice out on other podcasts. Now it's interesting because just like last week we're recording for hers to be on the blog and one of the things that we talked about is if you want to grow your podcast if you want to get your name out and start doing the two reasons why you even started your podcast in the first place. Reason number one is because you wanted to grow your influence. Reason number two is you wanted to make an impact. Because of those two things you're going to fail if you don't get in front of people. Like if you just have a podcast, but nobody listens, you don't make an impact. You don't make an income. Do you have nothing? And so you need to find a way to solve that problem. And I found that literally the number one way that I've grown my influence is by getting on other people's podcasts and being able to have those collaborative times where you're getting your voice out in front of other people's audiences. And that's literally what brandy specializes in what her company specializes in. It's called Caster. You can find it at kit kaster dot com. By the way, all the links are in the show notes. Right now, so you could literally scroll down and get to any part of this..
AP News Radio
School district faces two $100M suits after Oxford shootings
"The the Michigan Michigan school school district district where where four four students students died died in in a a shooting shooting is is being being sued sued by by parents parents an an attorney attorney for for Jeffrey Jeffrey and and brandy brandy France France says says two two lawsuits lawsuits seeking seeking one one hundred hundred million million dollars dollars each each have have been been filed filed in in Detroit Detroit against against the the Oxford Oxford community community school school district district the the superintendent superintendent the the principal principal and and other other staff staff at at Oxford Oxford high high school school on on behalf behalf of of their their daughters daughters as as victims victims of of the the November November thirtieth thirtieth shooting shooting Riley Riley a a senior senior at at Oxford Oxford high high was was shot shot in in the the neck neck and and her her sister sister Bella Bella ninth ninth grader grader was was next next to to her her when when it it happened happened suspect suspect even even Crumley Crumley a a fifteen fifteen year year old old sophomore sophomore has has been been charged charged as as an an adult adult the the day day of of the the shooting shooting school school officials officials met met with with Crumley Crumley and and his his parents parents after after a a teacher teacher found found a a disturbing disturbing drawing drawing prosecutors prosecutors say say the the handgun handgun used used in in the the killing killing was was bought bought a a few few days days before before by by Crowley's Crowley's father father his his parents parents are are also also facing facing charges charges of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter personal personal injury injury lawyers lawyers have have expressed expressed doubt doubt that that the the district district could could be be successfully successfully sued sued that's that's because because Michigan Michigan law law sets sets a a high high bar bar for for liability liability for for public public schools schools and and other other arms arms of of government government I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
AP News Radio
White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week
"As president Biden prepares to sign the infrastructure bill his economic advisers hope all the white house's domestic policy package will quickly pass the house this week consumer prices have soared six point two percent over the last year and the director of the national economic council brandy signal it's prices may not fully return to a more normal level until next year he says the one point eight five trillion dollar package coming to a vote in the house this week will go a long way towards lowering costs for American families appearing on CNN and ABC Sunday talk shows D. said the measure includes provisions that will lower the cost of prescription drugs health care child and elder care and housing and help get Americans back to work house centrists have said they will vote for the package if an upcoming Congressional Budget Office analysis confirms White House estimates that the bill is fully paid for the bill faces even bigger challenges and evenly split Senate over cost with no votes to spare Jennifer king
Pat Gray Unleashed
"brandy" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Brandy mean. Sounds like a fun time. Can you share it with us. Sounds like brandy. She might be the town Man she does what the streets on an old about the man that loved. can somebody. can somebody put on hold and and listening until she comes back to the phone and tell her. I gotta tell you right now. She would not make a fine. Why i was wondering. Yeah it's like you got to have better communication skills with me right. I'm with you. I'm with you. I'm getting a little pissed off right now Up for a second brand. New your proposal brandy are you there. She's gone gone now she just flat and hang up on us. Oh she left you. You would propose to her and she ran away. Dang row. now this is why. I love the sea. Tell you that that's why that's why the c. You know it doesn't it doesn't Great this way. He is a cruel mistress. No no that's not true. I used to tell stories about the time you know my sailor stories. Heya but Yeah when i when. I told my sailor stories that people could feel the ocean fallen rise. They saw its rage in glory. Really but i always still truth. Because lord i am anonymous man. Okay you know. Tell do their best To understand what an story you tell about your relationship with the sea well. It's it's important to really my wife. My lover my lady is the and i can understand. Why.
Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"brandy" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Julie goldman brandy howard welcome back. Hi juicy scope so good to be back. Thank you thank you. You were just mentioning my cup here iconic. It's like a simpson's animation. How did you get that. well first. They sent me the artwork. And i don't think this is a drawing of me was did you think it was supposed to be a an artist rendering of your actual job at like not attractive and then i saw other posts similar are and give the credit should other instagram ready to go. But it's yellow something all post it and and then i was like oh my god like i got this before those people. I just didn't know that it was simpson's so it is very cute. Thank you mesa using. That's great. I love that you got it and we're like i'm here. Nice skin looks. So i'm sitting here. I was like i literally just simpson's wow yeah you know you've really aren't arrive. It's anybody or him. I want to just do a little fall up for into oliver. Hot topics i'm dying to know are empty nesting out. Or oh well my son drake that. Asu and at first it was very traumatic. I didn't know what was going to happen. I found out that his the parents weekend that weekend is when. I'm going to be in new york city with christopher angela. Doing stand up and i was so upset the days he was moving in that i that i said called agent right away and it said cancel new york. I have got to be with my baby reading this. And i'm like you know. Then he leaves in the hotel room crying and peter's like listen like bay. We just find another weekend earns weekend. I mean like shows are selling well there. The good news nascar is there that same weekend. Oh so there's no hotel rooms. Nothing meters taking the boys to something. I have noticed dire. Glamis canam atv. Oh in a trailer that they're going to rent just an i. I didn't even christopher joola. I'm not missing any fun. No family fund at asu without me family fun that i don't want to experience. Yeah without me perfect ending to a saga in the last car. Just no after a week. Yeah what does it homecoming is that parents weekend hung no but they were playing. Usc which is my school. I was like when i saw that. In the calendar my heart was dropping everything anyway. The good news is every day. I ask brandon do you miss drake yet. And he says no. And every five. Days that i talked to drake. I said you miss brandon. And he says now. We'll remember last time we were here. drake told brandon. When you were making them breakfast because that's close to your like you know teenage sons just feed. Yeah well you have to be stuck here with dad which was slow clap so far they don't miss each other adult and i said at least the menendez brothers looking still doing things together. In their twenties hidden involved killing their they planned it they went to the big five store to get the guns. They called each other after they play chess from two different prisons for twenty years for the male. What a beautiful relationship. Hey my sons to be friends even if it means planning our death that sounds like every parent every parent wants. My mother wishes. you know. we'll get a text like have you talked to your brother or vice to everyone. Yeah he just had to go into the hospital or whatever so she was very upset thinking that none of us talked to him was like we've already talked to him. Go online line. Tech's we have texted him already so he's alive and everything's fine good and but they won't be worry about. Listen i also worried about I wanted to do a little. Follow up on tuesday show. I was in seattle with just martindale. And we had a scare. We thought that there were crazy. You know street homeless people that were surrounding the theater. We thought they were trying to get in through the green door and they were pounding and there was already police outside my heart and i try to get security and we found it later. It was two juicy scoopers that went. That went out the wrong door. And we're trapped in this like utility closet. They thought it was going out to the alley. It wasn't and where are they laughing. One back of anyway. I talked about it i. I thought it was his two sisters that i had met. That snuck into the green room that were patron on people so i was like and they were like delightful but i thought they were trapped in the utility. They wrote me back today and they said it wasn't us juicy scoopers who were trapped in the utility closet in seattle. I need to know how you ended up there and how you got out. People wanna do like a quick interview with that. How did you know that. Ended up being your. How do you know it's still not homeless. Zombies surrounding buildings som-. We sent the people that worked in their fine them where to send the police and they said there's no one in there and there's no way out so then we thought we're gonna find them in the water like the hotel right. What is the studio fifty four. What happened in studio studio fifty four in the first year that it was a believe it was the first year woman kept trying to get into sudafed before denying the right. I will not be tonight. I need to get in there. And do co. yes and be with. Who's that famous supermodel janice dickinson. She never had to wait. Line rushed everything. Yeah the woman got went snuck in got stuck in an airshaft and died there see..
Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"brandy" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Of accountability is real easy. Real easy real easy and it's not. It's not saying that you are all messed up and anything like that is just saying that okay. Maybe i didn't do something different next time you know and instead of blaming somebody when we play the blame game all the time. It's like come the freak on you know what i mean when something just ain't right and it sounds to come on come on like really they come on and you know. Sometimes things are what they are. You know i can give you an example. I tell people may think oh. You don't have relationships fail so you must not did something. That's bullshit because we have to go through things we change and learn. There's no such thing as a perfect person. Perfect parent perfect. Anything is caught lessons. You know what. I mean to get to a place and it's all about how you receive perceive. Dame's you know what you've done or did not do the next person. Don't they should stand lane and focus on them because they might get something together. Because everybody's situations are not to say. I say this to say what you usually have. And you get in you receiving you built. You have a lot to do with so once it don't go right. Don't go jumping over there and jeff over here talking about who and worry about everybody else's business because your shit it was the way it was and now you grew. No no everybody's situation. I mean bull shit okay. It's like what's happening here you know. What's that one do is going around bitter and shit and giving people you know. Tell the women who they are and if they are nine or ten or twelve thirteen police judgment day. We'll be doing nobody. No favors surf. Nobody no favours stop using bitterness to to to find women that is silly enough to listen to you. Let me up on that real quick before the silly one given him off all that power. Tear you you already know. Go into this. But he goes say that's his impo so at the end of the day you gotta take part in it too. Went to the listen to this wolf crab. Let it affect you ask for because we tell you somebody now. Anyway right damn mind not gonna sit there and go listen to this crap and anybody right dab sincere mind ain't gonna sit there and think that that's the way that you talk to a woman no matter what you may be thinking because if it's not coming from a sincere place then you can garbage bag that garbage. You know what i mean. You wanna do things at the sincerity of.
Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"brandy" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"Themselves as individuals and as a whole msa individual breakaway away from that bed. That group that group mentality because it's old played out scarpa jr. You know what i mean. I get a bunch of people together to have one thought to push out. You know what i mean. Some kind of program they gave you know income ornella my act like people don't know what's going on here. You know you sleep to it and you know sutil until and you just don't like hair stuff you don't like the here well. Nobody really gives to down because the very same people the same people. That'd be my of speech you know and it's like please save the baloney in grow grow up and deal what stuff and know that you can't go around point things everybody just because you you feel righteous about something in that moment even when you write about something you have to have the damage specs. No somebody else might feel the opposite and if you have something to somebody you might want to learn how to talk to people a non meaning. Did they stop teaching that. 'cause i know nick took critical thinking out. But damn they take out how it speak to another person without wishing death on and saint albans. Hannah's things at the end of the day. Whatever your delivery was and what you were standing for one out the window as soon as you decided to disrespect life itself as to call the next person out on not making the same choice you made. It's ridiculous immature and express reason why we always are in the situation. We're keep pointing fingers that the government they do what they they pay for for the eagle. The wrong they elimidate something just like our access is not people that evil people as dangerous so people that supply the good people that long thin could make use for how they aren't into this next one like that's some bullshit because you know we we don't have a we used to have back in the day. Thank goodness i mean. We've got this far but however you sleep is good to go but don't try to press up anybody else and not selling a bullshit. Nobody's buying it whatever works for you but what i'm saying is when you start reading that disrespectful you got to know that you are just as toxic as the sit to are saying that everybody else is getting so take that but you and look but you know nobody wants to hear that millerton see. I did that at columbine neighbor. But i'll tell you this much condoning the behavior. Not at all not at all. Never tell me you want to blue in the face. Miss me okay and some other stuff you can do this. I just saying with people want to say but hey to each his own people can dish it but they can't take it. they came. take it in. This is the thing here we got children. Do better be better. Do better stop saying elaine. When other people would they should take newton. How you want to tell you.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
The Difference Between Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham
"I get that there are people like brandy. Who loathed lindsey graham. And that's exactly you're uae. I'm acknowledging the deep problems. I have with for example. Lindsey graham's support of joe biden's judicial nominees. But they're but there really is an important lesson learned about the ability to listen to your constituents the way ted cruz has done. It's important to recognize that if you come out calling trump a bunch of a bunch of names in the beginning was there's there's merit to reflecting the will of your constituents that's all i'm saying
Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
Revolutionizing Marketing Systems for IMOs With Producers Prospect Founder Marc Rogers
"Got this amazing seminar system and webinar system which you just touched on very briefly but you also offer something that i don't think a lot of other. Imo's have really embraced which is actual coaching. So let's talk about that. You just said you have to start with the why that's very coachee mark and so let's talk about the sort of guidance that you and your team are going to provide advisors to make sure that their mind is right not just their environment is right. Well i think. I should start with what you're really talking about is tactical brandy technical. Coaching right and tactical branding and coaching is different. Because it's not just allama turnkey seminar. I don't even yeah we have that. Should you be doing that in your business for sure you can do that and you can be successful but at some point. Do you hit ceiling. You absolutely hit the ceiling right. And what i like to start with is who's your ideal client. What do you do for them. What do you want to more fully develop in your practice. So before i even ask an advisor or tell throw up on them about all the fun exciting goodies. I've got if i don't understand what you do. How you help or use the old baseball analogy of. Who's your high fastball. That you love to hit and your really high hitter. Then why would. I ever give you advice to do anything. That's first and foremost. Because once i find out who your really good at working with then whether it's virtual whether it's a podcast whether it's a live seminar or even a funky old newsletter going out everything we do from here on out is centered around your ideal. Client your best person and i think that makes stats tactical
News, Traffic and Weather
Supreme Court Sides With Cheerleader Who Wrote Profane Social Media Post
"A cheerleader over a vulgar social media post and Ed Donahue has the latest The ruling was 8 to 1 in favor of Brandy Levy. She did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat Levy vented, using curse words and a raised middle finger. I was a 14 year old kid. I was upset. I was angry. Everyone. Every 14 year old kid speaks like that. At one point. Levi was not in school at the time, but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for a year. Justice Stephen Breyer ruled the suspension violated Levi's First Amendment rights. Young students and adults like me, shouldn't Be punished for them, expressing their own feelings. And letting others know how they feel. But the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus. Ed Donahue, Washington and we will talk about that in this portion of the program with your calls
AP News Radio
Justices Rule for Cursing Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"The Supreme Court ruled a public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post the ruling was eight to one in favour brandy levy she did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat levy vented using curse words and a raised middle finger I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry everyone every fourteen year old kid speaks like that at one point levy was not in school at the time but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for year justice Stephen Bryer ruled the suspension violated Levi's first amendment rights young students and adults like me shouldn't be punished for them expressing their own feelings and letting others know how they feel but the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus at Donahue Washington
Paula Brennan Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers
"When you hear the term and when i say digital marketing online mocking what does that mean to you. Well this is back going to go back because it was around two thousand nine hundred ten when i started leukemia said if like facebook marketing and things like that you know back in dies you could pretty much like p- pasta shape and you'd have sixty me follow as the next day. Do you know that. Respect when i had the wedding studio Look into how could hotness that a little bit better figured out some systems that worked but then very quickly recognized that the algorithms were introduced in you know. The organic reach wasn't as easy. So i had to start learning about high traffic. Sorry it was probably around two thousand twelve. I would say that. I really started kind of educating myself around and doing looks online courses and things to figure out how to you know many people like these so i was doing things creating landing pages and silence pages. I looked at Creates very crude rudimentary funnel spec in the early days and then obviously learning to drive traffic to that using facebook ads so there was quite a good period of education for myself. Maybe about threes. Where i was you know. I was already a good shooter so i didn't have to learn about photography angle of things what i really worked on with Marketing side. and how do i drive traffic. And how do i take the numbers to increase the the the results of h campaign. I guess i love. I'm so excited to keep going with this conversation because you are talking my language so when you have all this experience you you're a successful she'll like you say you grown up a photographer like us success. When they know how to run a business talk me through that change or that transition. Interpersonal brandy photography. Why you did it and you did sorry. I guess when. I was running the portrait business. What i found was a lot of my clients are coming to the guy all. Can i just get a headshot doing the headshots so lack all not to say to fight of me doing excited as well. Maybe a little bit of behind the scenes and of course any say not really messy Why pay kind you know the instagram laugh. That instagram version. If you're working in sorry. I started then looking following a lot of the big online entrepreneurs who coincidentally the people who will leaning Signed time so. You're looking at like the lex. Murray fully as the antiporda fields. They sort of big huge entrepreneurs out day. You've got a. I mean you down a liberal going down to the lexi. The tiny robbins fit most of the people. That were of out spatting personal branding. At the time. I was watching what they were doing. In their fade and let's face paper were employing photography's but a lot of the young upstart so we're talking like the twenty and thirty. Somethings in the demographic in the same area of entrepreneurship with doing it themselves. And they'll find really creative ways of utilizing day i
Boston Public Radio Podcast
A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music
"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea
"brandy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Brandy has born and we're off. From starter Corbin Burns and all things sports at 6 45. The practice field in Green Bay was full of Packers on Tuesday. But there was that one notable exceptions. Want to keep it about the guys that are here right now? And hackers? Head coach Mantle of floor was less interested in talking about Aaron Rodgers and more interested in talking about those who were on the field for day one of the voluntary organized team activity period, including second year quarterback Jordan Love. I think Jordan is definitely you can tell. He puts him working in this offseason on his own. I think the ball Is really jumping out of his hands well right now, And as for the Rogers situation, you know we're just going to continue to try toe work through this and hopefully can get him back in the building at some point, pragmatic WTMJ sports. Milwaukee honoring the Negro League, One of the city street cars has been redesigned to honor the Milwaukee Bears, the city's on Lee team in that circuit. Efforts are also underway to create a national day of remembrance for the Negro League. Sean Gibson's grandfather played for the homestead Grays not recognize where the contribution of just being citizens and be productive citizens being a part of African American history being part of baseball history, So that's what this whole day can consist of. The Milwaukee Beers played one year in the Negro League That was in 1923 3. Days after a deadly cable car plunge in Italy. Police have made three arrests. Now more from CBS is Vicki Barker. Three people arrested are reportedly the owner of the cable car service, the company's director and its service chief. Italian police say it appears the cable cars break was deliberately disengaged in a patchwork repair. So when the lead cable snapped, the cable car kept moving, sending 14 people plunging to their death. Survivor is a five year.
The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"brandy" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"By us utilizing it by us choosing the alternatives that have the ability to give us what we really need. And that is the blueprint for remembering that are healing. Potential lies within us and when we are supported by a healthcare professional like brandy we truly can heal body mind and spirit. Thank you again brandy for being here. And i look forward to you coming back and sharing with us The stories about you telling your patients that they are on somewhat of a shamanic healing journey as well and yeah. And let's just all work together to usher this world in. I love that. Thank you for helping me. Share the line. Marcy the welcome and thank you again for being here. Thank you to our listeners. For giving us your precious time your energy and of course that great big wide gorgeous heart of yours. Because that's where all this truth is landing right here and right now so we'll see you all soon and Yeah can't wait to get your questions and comments for brandy. Please leave them below or contact her directly and We'll see you assume so much. Love t well thank you bye-bye now by brandy by..
The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"brandy" Discussed on The High Vibe Tribe Podcast
"Thank you so much. It's an honor to be here. I have to just tell her audience. And i'm sure i'll have a number of stories to share with them as we're speaking as well but i know brandy from the days that i lived in boulder area and we just became like fast friends and i know that all of you listening know that feeling when you meet are seeded we lose. Yeah you know you just you meet somebody and you can feel your heart. Just reaching out to them expanding and connecting with their energy. And that's exactly how i met brandy. And what i felt when i was in her energy field. So i'm pretty certain you're gonna feel that same way comes from such a genuine and beautiful open space and she truly is here as a healer to help each and every one of us so i'd like to tell you a little bit more about her background And and then we're just gonna die then. Because i know that brand has an awful lot to share with you. So brandy is a doctor of chiropractic. And i love how you say can certainly adjust your hip for you and i think actually this morning brandy. That would be great. I wish you were here with me. Brandy has so many techniques modalities that she uses in her work but she went to the texas chiropractic. College has studied with multiple mentors in deepening her chiropractic work and nutritional studies. And this is one of the things that i think makes brandy so unique. She has studied with dr. Eric berg with body restoration technique dr mortar with bio energetic synchronization technique. Art running bear a native american apache shaman. Which doesn't surprise me at all and doctor rhonda nelson and dr michael. Gataa for functional medicine and nutrition. She's been chiropractor for twenty one years and has practiced functional medicine for thirteen years. Now what. I also want you to know. Is that brandy leads. The movement in helping women to heal from auto immunity chronic fatigue and fry borough myalgia so that they can access their greatest potential.
AP News Radio
Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to Supreme Court Speech Case
"The Supreme Court will be hearing one of the most significant cases involving student speech and more than fifty years it involves brandy levy in Pennsylvania I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry levy had found out she didn't make her school's varsity cheerleading squad four years ago big bell check with the ACLU says levy and a friend were not in school when they posted a snap Snapchat picture with the two of them holding up their middle fingers they hurled F. bombs about cheerleading and school several days later she's told by her cheerleading coach that she's been kicked off the team because of her house levy's parents filed a federal lawsuit claiming the suspension violated their daughters constitutional speech rights it wasn't bullying anyone wasn't harassing the school district says they should not be forced to ignore any speech that disrupts the school environment at Donahue Washington
WBZ Morning News
Student's Snapchat Profanity Leads to High Court Speech Case
"This week, 14 year old Brandy Levi was suspended from cheerleading after posting a profanity laced rant on Snapchat. The question before the court is can public schools discipline students over something they say off campus? The case has its roots in the Vietnam era case of a high school in Iowa that suspended students who wore armbands to protest the war. The Supreme Court ended up siding with students. Fighting back a proposal on
Chicago's first breast milk depot officially opens
"Hospitals are fighting racial health disparities with breast milk. WB Easy's Natalie Moore reports premature Babies born at Sinai Hospital have the option to drink donor breast milk and have insurance. Pick up the tab. Officials say that makes it the first safety net neonatal intensive care unit in Illinois to do so. Brandy Brenda is what Sinai Chicago for those moms that walk into a hospital, and I have to deliver a baby way sooner than they want. So now what we doing this? We're allowing those moms that really wanted to give their babies that breast milk. We're now giving them that option to do so. Sinai says Black. Premature babies are more likely to die from complications of prematurity, Ethan White babies. Rest. Smoke gives the nutrients to reduce complications. Natalie
AP News Radio
Nikola Jokic helps Nuggets hold off Grizzlies 103-102
"The Kali could score the nuggets final five points to help them close at a one or three one oh two victory over the Grizzlies yup each finished with twenty eight points fifteen rebounds and seven assists will Barton chipped in twenty one points including a three pointer that step to ninety five all tie and put Denver ahead for good Michael Porter junior also provided twenty one points helping the nuggets overcome a poor shooting night by Jamal Murray who scored a season low three points on one of fourteen from the field brandy Clark and Dillon Brooks led Memphis with twenty points apiece I'm Dave very
The Academic Minute
Brandi Brimmer, Spelman College Black Union Widows and the Battle for Survivors Benefits in Post-Civil War America
"In college week black union widows had trouble claiming their benefits after the civil war. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute brandy brimmer associate professor in the department of history discusses their postwar battle after the american civil war. Newly freed black women made up one of the largest groups of union widows across the south yet their struggle for recognition by the federal pension bureau remains an understudy dimension of the war and its aftermath. My research analyzes the processes by which black women in eastern north carolina their views a citizenship in worthiness to the us pincher bureau their petitions for survivors benefits and the first person testimony of those who supported them painting vivid picture of their survival strategies free labor society in claiming the pensions to which they were in principle entitled. These women challenge the bureau's definition of union widowhood and expand the boundaries of us citizenship. The pension bureau distributed monetary resources to widows children and other dependent relatives of soldiers through a legal structure that required proof of marriage in evidence of war related that since marriages of enslaved people were neither authorized nor effectuation through legal routes. It was nearly impossible for formerly enslaved women to secure pension benefits federal lawmakers eventually address this problem through the supplementary pension act of july fourth eighteen sixty four which retroactively recognize the marriages formulates lay people within the pension system still a tedious and complicated application limited economic resources and competing definitions of what constituted. A legal marriage made security pension difficult. Maintaining they're standing on the pension roster could be just as intense scrutiny over how a widow earn wages notions of what constituted a proper family and sexual respectability became central points of contention at the end of the war. Freed women across the south said about filing petitions for survivors benefits with great frequency. They rested their claims on their contributions. To slavery's demise and their loved ones military service shining the light on their struggle for recognition underscores black women's legal acumen and understanding of the pension bureau as an arena of activism and redress. That was brandy bremmer of spelman
Agency Ahead by Traject
"brandy" Discussed on Agency Ahead by Traject
"Digital martine performance to the next level. Okay let's get ahead okay. Welcome back to the agency of head. Pike cast by trajectories. Your host gathered sussman the of content project and today. I'm really excited. We were talking podcasting with a with another person. Who's obsessive podcasting. i am joined by brandy. Wayland brandy is the co founder of kick caster She is the mother of three boys. Kick castor is a company that helps people basically find guest spots on podcast. But she's gonna talk a little bit more about castor brady. Thank you so much for joining me today. He's so much for having me on. So what's kick kassar. Tell me what it's about. Yes oh kick caster we are a podcast booking agency so it's a little it's when i tell That's what we do sometimes their head explodes. That's a thing people do that. So we look to book. Really entrepreneurs industry experts c. Suite executives on podcasts as a means of getting their their voice out there and an intern visibility for their brand and really humanizing their brands. I'd casting is become trendy. I mean everyone wants to get involved with it. You hear it in any sort of digital marketing you know Blog recommendation of like what type of content you should be creating. there's a pr element to it. But what is the value in your mind of podcasting kind of at a high level. Yeah so at a high level. I think kind of what i mentioned before is that i think as a society really wanna know who were buying from who are reengaging. Engaging with and hard cast provide this really amazing platform to engage with the person behind a brand you get to hear about their story. Their struggles their success. Maybe something a secret facts that you never really know about before. So i think in general. It's it's bringing people together in a very easy conversational way and and humanizing the folks behind the brand. I love i that resonates with me. It's when i listened to pike cast or a one on social media in any capacity. And you hear someone's voice and you hear their thoughts and feelings you identify with that person you you get them a little bit more. You feel like all of a sudden. They're becoming your friend. And so this being an agency focus podcast. I'd love to get your sense of where do agencies finch should an agency like marketing agency. Think about in the same way. The not any entrepreneur should should they be starting their own. What do you think..
Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"brandy" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Brandy thomas. Thank you so much for being revere and welcome to the show. How's it going. Thank you so much for having me on it. Feel like it's it's it has it's been forever forever. I know yes and the people. we've i've known brandy. I don't even remember how we met. So let's talk about that later. But yeah i don't either early facebook friends and then i think we're both in podcasters paradise. Maybe it seems. Like there was a john lee dumas connection. That's i was the designer for entrepreneur on fire. That's right that's why that's why. Yeah so there you were in in the space and was like oh. She sounds cool. Let's let's talk to her. Okay so you are brandy. Thomas your mile one creative and you've got tons of stuff going on including comedy and podcasts and lots of stuff so take a brief moment to talk about everything going on in wonderful world of brenda thomas but okay. So i have my design business. Which is my own creative. We do design. Web design marketing. All that fun stuff you can actually find more my own creative dot com and i work with a variety of industries people all of the country so and then i also yes. I do stand up comedy doing that for five years. I say show here. i wouldn't recommend it. It's i host a show in queens called last call comedy show so and we do that every weekend. I'm only there like once a month but it. It goes on every weekend. And then i also have two podcasts. Podcasts wow i'm exhausted. Yeah once called comedians for higher where we interview comedians. About all the crazy day jobs that they have inside hustles just so that they can do comedy right. Really fun though it's fun. Yeah yeah we we have. We have a lot of fun on the show. But it's like being on hanging out with comedians when they're just being themselves not doing bits necessarily which is awesome. People are always doing bits. Okay right right now. that's all right. Yeah yeah i would say you fall in that category always doing bits made. I'm not a comedian. You could be. I think you're on your way. I could be but i don't think i want to talk more about that later. Okay so let's go back in time. This is room veer so the deal is. It's sort of like this. Is your life brandy right fun. Yeah yeah so where did you grow up..