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"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"So beautiful on something that can walk all kinds of relationships right such a helpful tool to help people through difficult times. Yes actually i really liked one particular thing in your beck which is all about having the strength to not be liked by everyone. I'm how people pleasing is holding us back because she is really strange boots. Mind this one time web. That was the skull who's friends with a friend and we had like a child the same age. Both kind of incident thinks i should really liked me a become friends and i'm not sure she definitely say this but i'm pretty sure she just had no interest to becoming my friend on. I remember big. Just take back by the kids. You sort of think. This doesn't happen as you get older a cool economy light biathlon so you the twenty sixty twenty exercise lee street because i'm sure people pleasing and being light it's a bustle for lots of people and people come in two different stages of their lives. Absolutely not exactly. I think i was saying earlier. I think i know very few people who say. I don't wanna be like i mean i think it's a human instinct to want to be liked in a sense casino that when you like each other you connect and i think we all want connection so when i came across this exercise really changed my life because basically what it tells you is that there is a rule and based on research that on average in any kind of environment when vets like at work or whether it's of social group or maybe a national chide bus trust group or whatever it might be on average they're going to be twenty percent of people he you love you they just think you have the best slice bat and the immediately on your side. Just love you they love your energy they love. You know who you are. And that's amazing. And then they're sixty percent who haven't made up their mind they just haven't really given it much schools so they need information in order for them to make up their mind and then they're twenty percent who don't like you they just don't like it is nothing is you've done a bad thing. You're they're kind of what live or whatever and when i used to always do i always feel the kind of people who don't really like me or who don't seem to be drawn to me and i won't always media annoy me. I wanted to talk to me. And i would focus a lot of energy on that twenty percent until one day. I came across this. This decline identified. Even you stop from him and you think is okay so what would actually make you feel that tom. How would you actually use your energy. More productively enough ously. It would be focusing on your chimney. You know when you have something that you wanna do talks with the twenty percents. Lafayette who like on board to support to cheer you on. And then maybe spent some time on the sixty percent who haven't made up my mind yet. Treating worry poker twenty percent goes you're not gonna change their minds. They might change their minds. If they realize that you don't really care anymore inadvertently that might but if you don't really worry about that new york casino you've got eighty percent to play something shifts and also the knowledge that is just gonna be like going to be people who don't like you and you don't want that's okay because the world is just an enormous place you don't have to hone in on them so i think that's really helped me and you can even go to the point where you can write the name stone and put them in those categories and then really tell yourself or these two people. You sense the don't like you. You know what that's okay to let them be latin be. Don't focus attention on them focused on the other your name. It'd be really specific. And because that way you help yourself to become unlocked because i think it's something that you said you can get fixated on question yourself either. It starts feeding. Am i get enough. Doubts really change. Your doctor sell to make like any weather so i really loved that. Unlike never Sixty twenty. that's really helpful on. I'm sure it's helping looks of people listening. I heard so is that was one message. That people could take away will without bay. It would be that you can hold fia and fierce within you am at. The aim is not not to feel fear that the a is to know that you are powerful measure and your fear the light that illuminates the way to living a meaningful life. Where you know you matter is with a new just waiting for you to acknowledge that so wonderful. Have one final question for you. Which is what as guessing laibach mean ta. I love that. I've is what caused than. I always look forward to that question because do not from me. It needs reconnecting with my fierce. The moments that i don't shine are the moments when i'm engulfed in fear and that's why i haven't mantra which is shined bright grease let go fister fears and goes four was much help me to reconnect with my yes. That is what's getting my glue back means to me. Amazing should be so incredible on the costs. He so much and best luck with your book. It's absolutely fantastic linked to Hatch said thank you very much. He's been absolute I thought your questions just amazing. And i have gained insights from our conversations which i just love is a never ending journey of learning and growing and learning going. Thank you obsolete me. Student collage an incredible episode. Chee just brings so much. Joy is to stop. Stop day and such a helpful insight into living wolf famous me and i just think that it applies to semi pots of life. You will find out more about brisa new book and women women. Daphne has my website. Mileage will dot com to find the shiites everything you discussed today. 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"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"Five minutes ago before the phone call. Ice storm is good myself. I capable. I've found inspired. I've got all the good things in Cool likes three people on. Jimmy decided you and not the right vest. You competed questions. You know what i read is a not doing and that is why i believe i know really honest we give out all i won best and then you don't get it and you stay with you. Say that's hey i-instead rita nothing has changed. I haven't got the job. And that is why. I believe in a failure. Invulnerability strengths are so close. And we can see them. Skift already get to see how strong you are in that moment during a test you have put in action and in a way allows you to. I guess release. Feral have less fear. Because you know you've been through it then you can probably something that we need to reflect on. Moore's law must be like remember that full-time and what through elect on. How amazing was i rather than focus on whatever. The situation was focused on the amazing thing that you did to get through already. What exactly exactly celebrated. And which is why i have now. I mean african couple of accidents about dismament. I talk about all the time. Which seems counterintuitive because obviously as people on a god you she was good enough. She didn't get the job. And i know not the point of the story. The point of the story is that. I loud myself to continue to believe that i have that. I am strong. That i have a fierce that i'm worthy and this is something that's happened and i can move forward now and embrace new opportunities exactly like you say it's really reframe and also see like you say. I'm really glad that these things have happened to me is only one example because they do show you that we just strong and we can ever ever begin to imagine isn't it. It's just incredible. We touched on deuces before four was something that i quite Amendment obviously we will play games. But make sure you apply game with my son. You know. I didn't make him win all the time. Sometimes i'll tell and and to be really kind of casual passer and you know when he wins of while the you on the game would a but not making a detail on exactly the same he leases to show the sometimes i listen. Sometimes he'd ages. And i think that that's really important because i think that's part of you just want to try to win to get that feeling or completing snap or whatever game you're playing but losing is to see by sites that because you know deputy running playing a game just to people anyone committed one can lead and i know it's on a small scale but i do think that like imposing for the future. Isn't that what it just made me thinks i do this all the time. Stone snow and united spending anything to our conversation earlier around owning your power and not giving up your car and how you give up your car. You're not actually serving the other tasks you think you all. Because they feel comfortable but an ex affec- you're showing them that it's okay. Hey to make yourself smaller so that other people feel that because instinctively the people who make you feel uncomfortable because you earn your pala they do sense if you make your smaller and so it is example of letting your child win on making yourself small can of not owning your ability of obviously your son is younger. That's a different story. But right now i mean my daughter eighteen twenty. I mean i don't mean they are mowing tillerson me and more capable and so me. Winning a board game is actually quite phenomenal. But hey this desire to make myself. Smaller doesn't serve me doesn't serve and that's really interesting to reflect on your. Why do be in the long term. Think that serving our children. Yeah and you're making yourself small whether it's rare children for people in new lives you'll telling yourself the story so it's going to affect he. Yes exactly like muscle. Memory isn't as one thing he speak about in your book is a story with no dose was being bullied realize you doubt has strong unnaturally providing the support she needed. Could you tell listeners about this realization. On how he cannot trust a loved. One's that strong of anything because so powerful and such a hard thing to go through. I'm sure side heart and sign reading so this was a time. She was young five or six and she was being laid and in the evenings. Lying in secret nighttime stay with her story and regulations would start crying and be really upset and tell me about it and on my goodness i mean you know the feelings that come with that as a parent just up so he overwhelming my default action when i feared stressed end in fia is to go into overdrive okay. We're gonna solve this was going to do is i'm going to call the school and then on on the pads on a side rattling down with things that was going to and then i saw emma and she was smiling at me and she looks at me. You know five years orange in alumnae. It's okay a. k. and it was three. It just stopped me in my tracks and it made me realize that. I wasn't really addressing her anxiety. I was addressing my my immense fear the fear that was coming up in me perhaps from when i was a child and remembering what. It's like when shouldn't like you and you know living through that again. Then this fear for my daughter and that it was an all you have to protect your. I have to do this. Because she isn't strong enough this she's not gonna cut it than saying to me in discount beautiful voice like. Don't worry mummy. it's fine maybe becoming. Oh mike okay the he. She is comforting me. When i'm supposed to be comforting her. And then i realized that all of what i was doing wasn't helping her at all because i was like stuck in my own fear and so i stopped. I said i'm really helping. You might intention name on the. You're not s okay. And that read. It took me down that road. And when i wrote about in my book i realized that it's not just a fear that we are not strong enough to bear the pain but that obviously if we believe that we're strong enough we're going to believe the same for our children we are. We're going to believe that they are not strong enough and so then we become this overprotective machine. You know that isn't really able to tune in with your child. In fact shown them through the questions you ask date a stronger embracing and that's the greatest gift that i believe we can give That's what i do. Now when they call me with heartbreak or whatever it is that they might be going through now. I just say you know what it's just fifty and remember a time when you went through something difficult and remember. You thought. We're not gonna get thread that you did didn't you. So you always stronger than you think. Invite now it's painful. I know that australia and you think and you'll get through this. So that's what i do now. And i also because they aging and twenty three. Now worry about me. And they say you know but mommy. Are you going to be okay. I said you know what you trust. I'm stronger than i think. And i were. Trust that your stronger than you think and then be there for each other.
"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"It's something a journey along the way. And i'm sure done a fantastic job and doses of barry I'm interested to know about south leadership because this is something that you took on. I think a lot of people may be dead. Identify themselves as leaders. How can we become self leaders. Yes do you know that was one of the reasons why also i wanted to write this book because i am a district position at work. I've always found that. These categories quite limiting and difficult and hierarchical and heart of me. Fierce always rebelled against this notion that some people are leaders and some people are not just makes sense to me and it took me writing. My burke really dissecting what was going on within the to realize the reason why i had a problem with it is because i believe that me off in the sense that we are leading our lives right. We are totally everyday taking small medium and big decisions that since how we are in our environment just set earlier right that we make a difference. We have an impact on those around us and leadership so you impacting the raunchy. And then i also fought about the leader's. Let's look at some government leaders. I mean you know as a leader. Can you force someone to follow you. You can't that's the reality. And what i've realized is that the people who have had an impact on me a people who inspire me who inspire me to be fierce to follow my essence and my dreams in my colon because they are doing that because they are living that truth because they show that integrity. That is what. I realized that if we can refrain the way we think about the realize that all that we are all eating our lives and how will eat alive that is the greatest degree can have so they are leaders in this qualified. Now that no one might see on no off of there having the most transformational impact on our communities. I mean let's talk about. Let's talk about the cameras and the nasdaq immediate season. But they are all my golf inactive having just amazing they need us. So i think we can free us house by embracing this notion of self leadership because again. Reinforce us the fact that we met. So that's why. I talk about itself anita ship and when i worked with women i also coach women and when i went with me really embrace that concept extermination. It can really help us to embrace the fact that he huckabee love from off failures and a brace funder To not true strength because failure is inevitable. Right everyone's story will comed- due to don from at. I love this. I don't even actually think about failure per se anymore. I just think it is what it is so sometimes we will fail and sometimes we will win would also to whatever that means i because in the end of the day it goes back to what i said earlier. We get to decide how we feel about things how we define how worse for example you could totally redefine failure as an achievement. Because you managed to get through a situation that you thought was gonna indefinitely but it didn't and you're still alive and used to hear you still breathing. You still committed to following your fierce. That is not failure for me. That is actually strength. That is why. I believe that when we fail inverted commerce. We often reveal our strengths to ourselves and in many ways i mean i don't wanna go as far as to say you know what give yourself saga to fail but actually yes. And sometimes i think about this with my daughter's children general. You know that. I think i definitely have encouraged my daughters to celebrate the achievements and kind of strange just gloss over the time when paps they didn't win or they didn't achieve and i think that hasn't served them so well and we've talked about this. I actually think that when we really dig deep into in failure and really analyze how we feel right now. That's when we can realize that by allowing extent exhortations to define alas we entertaining ourselves. So i give example in my book i had applied for a job and i done everything i mean i could catch. I give it my all. And then i got the call and i think you say much like i knew i had gotten it and i had consciously decided i was going to embrace this opportunity and i also agree to embrace the fact that i might not get it because that is wasting auction. Ride as i remember when i didn't get it. I remember britain. You told you that you might not get it and you made a commitment that you would not allow yourself for that to find yourself and it was really a consciousness. And i like that and i felt horrendous and the voice in my head was like oh my day you go ridiculous i mean. Why did he app. In gopher. And i was like deep breath okay. Let's just back to.
"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"While the we say to ourselves. Yeah i think we all do that to one degree or another. And i was thinking about that the other day actually and i think it comes from in my case this question. Mia good guy right there so much about this question. It also implies that your worth is determined by being good so this can be good or enough. It can be anywhere. It doesn't really matter. It means that you're worth is determined by something that you need to do. In data to be worthy alley age. that's what we are advocating. A new get defined by your actions toward that just by being you. Maximum be the change is one of the sentences i think about every day and a more deeper becomes because i think about the case of be being and this is why grass and take a moment and is the most awful thing you can do because you then realize that you are are in just by being you have an impact rattling. This is what i keep on saying doesn't matter how south away you are. Not whether you're trying to be good or not. It doesn't really matter one way or another. You are impacting the world around you. You saw you know whether you have a face or smiley face. Sorry that means that just being who you are you having an impact that means that you met on that means that you are already enough right so if we can take that as the starting point van can ask ourselves okay. If i truly believe that i met how might i use my power To create an intentional impact and that's where setting intentions and and your values can make an enormous difference to how you pursue met full stock that we cannot deny. But that's so then we stop asking questions okay fine. I met her while huge. Then you ask. How do i want to. What do i want and then you are freeing yourself from this fear that you're not enough because you already are. The question is what will you do with your enough nece absolutely that. I've never heard anyone speak about it before so something that i was getting promoted saying but by parents is that we got stock. Say good boy girl. Is that an important thing in new wave of parenting that we need to see. Should we can break the cycle and just constant need celebrating them as being with them being good doing something right and honesty madeleine. I don't have regrets fears. I just believe we have the life we have because we meant to learn what we are meant to. I do wish. I had some of those insights and when i was younger. Just say that. I could have parented differently on my daughters are eighteen and twenty now and i mean there are amazing. I loved them. And i've learned so much from them and i wouldn't wanna change a single thing and yet absolutely. Do i now believe that the most important gift that we can give is to bring this curiosity and wonder to your child and ask them about their salts. And why they're doing things and like you said not pressurized on not your own way and your own baggage and your own conditioning onto them and that means that darned sight all you're such a good guy because then your daughter will ask okay. So what do i need to do to be a good girl when it's not something we want anymore isn't that we don't we could see ourselves struggled and are still struggling to take the reins to define our own mattering as it were and not for others to determine that and si- perhaps bringing more of curiosity to your time say. Oh that's interesting what you did that. Can you tell me what you did there. In rather than evaluating dunedin. That's really great for japan right. Yeah i think one of the things that i've been reflecting a lot on not to bring your own value actions and your baggage to your parenting. Which is why being self aware and conscious is the greatest greatest gift you can bring your child because then in time your child will learn to be curious about how they feel what is going on within them and how they are defining is than done. Because i think it naturally the it's probably the most common phases jesus parenting one-step done something Whatever that kind of just pops out doesn't it. And i mean i definitely say often i know but i am daphne much more aware and it's interesting but we can't get it perfect we as terms. I think this is tightly to an i boast. Fee cavalry is my language. And i feel like. I've use some detrimental language which obsolete Because i actually is out of the question. And it's out of reach and just alluded to the fact that i've learned many of the things that i now sharing you know late and my daughters were absolutely grew up with me saying oh my god. You're amazing that's amazing good. How clever fantastic you know. And now we're having conversations about it and that's okay too you know and they have helped me to realize that how i have used a lot of my fear a lot of my fear and i've transferred onto them not because i'm going even pass the but because i lost numb and i had that fear and i let that fear drives me and humans. I think that's the most important point for me always with myself and with others as be kind to yourself. We are all trying our best. I'm simply and so we need to be kind and curious. I'd just be interested in what more we can learn and explore and then share that always on the condition that we're not gonna give us a hard time..
"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"Follow my face and own my power and one of the things that i have learned is that i need to accept myself good bad and the ugly olivet if i keep thinking that i'm not enough not going to trust myself and if i don't trust myself i won't be able to follow. My fierce is obsolete all interlinked and obviously than they are there. other things like reading being present. scrutiny your feet on the ground regular meditative practices. All of that can help you to stop for a moment and realized the fear that is keeping you paralyzed. Is that voice in your hand. It's not. You're one of the things i say might get out of your head and into your heart zinc down and thing know what you're feeling and saudi you in tuition is telling you and then follow that holding fear maybe put it place it on your shoulder idea that i've got to take the fans say hi okay. I know you're not gonna go away because it warned that. I'm strong enough to place it on my shoulder and now go sink down and follow my s and see whether takes you. I feel like i can relate to ignore never could face at the time but when i started my website blog and everything might do today a years ago. I didn't avenue. And i was going to get any money. Like just rock up at like different places in do then said like email. People night. I think muslim like are i was so fearless is just so driven on the wanted to get this message out about wellness Twenty two twenty three years old at the time. Cpr totally pushed by this in a feeling of like. I want to help people with food. While being the it carried me through so i i felt like i so relate to connecting with your on. That doesn't really allow those fish to sink way because unfortunately more cautious now. That i was then i think you need to be kind of bolted listed the beginning Yourself off the ground. I think that's beautiful. You know because. I think back madam in you know. I studied women's studies like twenty five years. Got no one did that. Ben and i remember getting sorry much negative feedback and people think of me and an ice look back now and i think how did i do that. How was i not scared. And i completely shrink just to to the me pods of me upset. He continued to conform. But i date fortunate. Pas like you describe and it's true and looking back that's kinda fierceness revealed. You don't maybe see it yourself at the time and that's a really important point around fear and this that's when we're in the middle of fia is actually often when our face nece is revered too but we don't see it in that moment it's often only afterwards that we realized. Wow okay. I mean that was scary but i did that and i go through it and so i'm definitely stronger than i think. And that is a powerful exercise to look back when moments of bravery adversity and realize what you took from them because then you can use to help you in those moments when you start to over know when like you said just now you sense like sometimes you have to than you were when you were twenty. I think it's more because in the moment when you're facing it you always female hesitant. It's looking back that it gives you a different perspective. What are some of the most common things that hold a spot from stepping into apolo. So i just talked about meets fate. We always a stronger than we think. So this is definitely one of the things that really holds you back from stepping into your power is believed that you're not going to be strong enough in just not going to be strong enough or not good enough or this question. Who do you think you all this noise in your head telling reason you you are. Why don't you think you could set up your own website. You at the age of twenty two really and what i say to myself on not to allow yourself to believe that you you know that your face that instinct of you in your case you want to set up this website because you want to start a message of wellness. There is a purpose that it's bigger venue that is about the greater benefit or wellbeing of sanity. So who are you not to former vat five. It's really like looking at the questions that you're asking ourselves and flipping them around so that's one media big one just in general the question of the worry that you're not good enough. That's all holding us back from japan and there's another one when we allow ourselves to shine and we actually step into power. We see that there will be people. Don't like it and they will actively try and make you back into your place and that's really scary because we don't like to make other people uncomfortable. I really believe that. I don't think any of us. Like said i think we would to one degree or another one to be liked. And so me one two please. So when we then sends that our power is making other people feel uncomfortable. There's this instinct Yourself and i graduate with this for a number of years as i was trying to naturally my power at the same time. I would see that people were uncomfortable with it. I would just with joe again. And so the second year ring effect until one day. I just sat down and say kay right. Do i really believe that. I need to give up my power in order to make other people comfortable and the unfunded came to his because if i flip it around i feel uncomfortable. Is someone else of power. I want to use that to stop and ask myself. What is it that they're are nick sniffing uncomfortable and most of the time the answer to that is that they inspire me in actual fact that they are showing me what it is like when you're fully allow your power and extra facts. My reaction is envy its desire. I one bag. I want to be one hundred percent to my power so that uncomfortableness can be propeller to action. Okay is what you want. do it do it. And that's what. I say to myself. Now when i fear the fear and i wanted to shrink because i see that people don't like it and makes them uncomfortable and the breath pod with the change. You wanna create because i wanted to inspire as many women in humans me to embrace and follow their fierce. That's my purpose. So if i do that for myself. That's the greatest can have. Let's really helpful. The reframing on the questions sure everyone listening can relate to them. Why do you think we always tell ourselves to not get enough because that seems to be like a common thread a common saying that we hear especially women. I'm sure many.
"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"Book to reflect on that we can change and change is always possible and if women who've experienced some of the most unspeakable atrocities can find hope and change and take strength out of atrocity than so can we and that is how i keep going madeleine. You know because. I d the change that happens afterwards. That's what i try to focus on so you talk about your Is too fast. It's a wonderful beck. I'd love to know more is your fair. And how did you find that. It's such a tongue twister. Isn't it on its madeline. So my theory is that power that essence with me. That ignites man. I'm inspired that. I can't really control with my head. It's that power within the and it's that what is not tainted by knowns or indeed fear in actual fact by choice to court it fierce. Go because i love it love it. That doesn't mean that. I'm necessarily aggressive elite wild. It just means that it's something that is real. It's right there within you and it's powerful. That's why i wanted to use the word fierce because it's powerful yawned meason and i i. I remember really really feeling my fears. When i moved with my family from germany to menez walea and i saw extreme poverty with my own eyes for the first time and i saw how it impacts on humanity and on women in particular not john's immense phya body within me and i you know wasn't intellectual knowing it wasn't i know seventy percent off to the poorest women in debt is terrible now i saw it and i fell to an i knew it was wrong deep down in my being in that my face that igniters and i had to do something about it. So that's what i call my face. And that's when i i really became familiar with an also quite amount to be honest because we're not told to be in touch with our fitness isn't it. We are told to be good guys. We're taught to conform to be wary of the expectations. That people have on us as rather than asking ourselves unified to win one to what we expect ourselves. What is my face telling me so interesting. You touch interesting about how often women untold yet to be nice hockey kind and all these sorts of things i think the problem is is often so many proclaims poverty light racism poss- by because we're not taking action which smiling and thinking with doing all by not getting involved which is definitely the detriment. So how can we ton off as interface. Because i'm sure fair is very paralyzing for the boston. Stocks through meeting foods was the first place to start is uniform me the fast pace. I mentioned already. My purpose is really asking yourself so moving from the christians that you're currently asking yourself around know. Am i a good girl. Am i good enough in my strong enough. I all these questions that are aimed at making fearful because you are not going to answer them. You're kind of waiting for someone else to tell you you on not based on some kind of measurements that you have no control over and obviously clearly completely arbitrary because who gets to decide what it needs to be a good guard be enough you know and then the other from now that indicates that it will be on in the future so you have bitchy. No control over your present right now over whether you are good enough or not and in fact lease inside. It's no wonder that we are full of fear because that would scare anyone right because you have literally no controlling you don't and the key is to change those questions and to ask yourself. What do you want what matters to you. And how do you want to matter because that van shifts everything you suddenly are the one who's going to answer that because no one can answer that full year so you get to decide what it is so you start to be in the driving seat and often the answer and these questions. This is not something that you can just quickly say. This is what makes unique to take time and really such deep within you and talk to your fierce really. Talk face advocate hi. I'm here to talk to me and then write those down and then you can exercise in my book. Well i told you through how you can use those words into his values that will emerge to define your pappas your purpose. I kind of feel like if such distraction is sage on and then it doesn't matter how strong the wind is or how if the conditions are i feel stable i can get through turmoil and fear of obviously the biggest timeout in my mind is always fear. I can get through at knowing that. I've got my says a reason why my face is telling me something and i am going to listen to it. I'll be determined to follow it the knowledge that you can feel that fair but you can also feel your fierce. I'm still right now. Maybe you know your listeners are listening to this and in in your head. You're thinking i i don't even know where to start and i got so useless. Even have a pair of this so you start. This is voice in your head in critic whatever you want cooler. Which often is the one who suggesting that you should be fearful as making your scat. But at the same time. I know that right. Now you're listening and you can also feel that business that's inspired. That wants to unfold yourself. That wants to take the dreams that i within you and manifest them. Bring them outright. And so that means that you can feel both and that means that you didn't have a choice and obviously there are many different things that i have learned. It helped me to overcome fear.
"brita" Discussed on Get Your Glow Back
"I'm joined today. By the amazing brisa fernandez schmidt executive director of women for women international and author of fears to thin. Brisa is an advocate and promoter women's empowerment women's rights and equality. She is passionate about women. Uncovering potential and finding that fits through high charity and coaching on. Today's episode we spoke about what fis- as how to find your it's your power and how to become self lita. We also talked about how the strength to not be liked by everyone. And lots of great tips onto raising phyllis children to -solutely loved speaking to bresser. She has so much wisdom and so many incredible tips to share with you today. Let's bring on the incredible brita. Welcome to the cost. Thank you so much. I'm so excited. Thank you for having me. I am so excited. We were just saying that we met he is again a bumble event. And i remember just being taken back by. You'll kindness jill stein to everything that you did is amazing just kind of even that we haven't seen a lot of each other seeing Media and obviously things are interested in everything that you do on. Suppose thank you so much. I thought exact same. And i remember mentioning to you at the time that i was thinking of. I just had started to think about my book. And i remember being on canal and talking a lot about well being and mindfulness and owning your power and are they going to federal affinities. So it's really wonderful to be on your podcast malinke So many incredible things your life including your work with women international for those who aren't familiar with this charity. What what you do and how did you get into this row. Informant is an organization. That's really close to my heart. Which is why. I've been working with them for the last twelve years really growing the organization in the uk. And what we do. Is we help and support women. In countries affected by conflicts of countries like iraq afghanistan south sudan reading the countries that we often hear about on the news but we very rarely hear about what is happening to women women who hold families together. Why it's involved both in fighting. And some women who serviced supposedly by the conflicts and by the extreme poverty that is also prevalent in countries where informing tensioness operating. So what we really do. Much that s. We provide them with a support program stronger. Women's donations women. Learn to feel confident. Ready learn new skills where they need other women to break the isolation obey expand where they learn how soon after the and we had a fine voice and obviously very important new skills to sustain an income because many of the women we walk with live less than genre day and often find it hard to feed their children and just keep going so very practical and holistic program that we implement with have obviously of women and then around the world he believe in the record we day and he often sign up to sponsor system which is one of the ways in which you know. Wonderful support has contribute by sponsoring one sister. Go through our program and hear how. She's changing her life. Which creates this time. I connection just really why. I am succession about this. Why because it means that he no longer saying of women in afghanistan somehow separate to you but you realize that they have the same hopes dreams and aspirations that we would say they just happened to have been born into second stances that are very different to ours and we can make a difference and address that inequality amazing do. How do you cope mentally with it. Because we could often think you know allies toughen you read about these things than you spend your working day helping these women. How do you continue to stay positive on not sucked into the emotional rollercoaster saga Us might read the knees. The about twenty minutes of you'll doing it for a seventy hours of the day. Howdy balanced that with your mental health. Such important question. And it's one that i talk to my team particularly awesome my teams that are working in the country all of our stuff in the countries based on our from the countries where we operate and we talk a lot about our mental health and our well-being because obviously it does affect us. Yes medicine isn't emotional. Road action stunt. And you can't change that. I wouldn't even want to change that because i want to feel that pain because i could turn that pain into Into energy to create change and to inspire others to believe the bay to can help. So i allow allow myself to feel the emotions but i also make sure that i have time to august i just them and kind of stillness and peacefulness but the important difference i think to my situation is invasive someone who might need about it in the general mainstream news. Is that the mainstream news really just terrifying to focus on the doom and gloom and the drama. The reality is that life is never just doom and gloom drama. Isn't the reality. Is that you know. After doom and gloom drama there are opportunities that is the night and change does occur. And i get to see that. And that's obviously a part of my passion. Why i want to communicate this more. Broadly because the mainstream media done do that the fact is change does happen every day even in the most challenging stance and we need to know that we need to know that to keep a full other was tonight fall cellulose evening our own lives and that was the reason why i wanted to write the.
"brita" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"Funny i was. I was really hard for me to place like what was going on in pop culture at the time because when they had like michelle williams on the tv show as special guests. It was like she. Michelle williams like just join. Destiny's child or is this like after del crumble. I was trying to place it. Yeah so i did a little research. This tv show happened when like it was very clear that was going to was beyond say was orchestrated already done. Some solo beyond saying was already. The superstar salons they had released crazy in love was like taking over the world blah blah blah. Kelly had probably already won her her grammy for Even win and with mabus. Remember that you're taking me back. Yeah and then time. Yeah and then basically what happened was and i think that they this is how they convinced the girls to like be very polite about beyond say leaving is that beyond say was going to take over the pop world. Kelly was going to do alternatives. So i think kelly was going to stay within like r&b lane kinda. Yeah and then michelle was going to go on little star. You get to go on tv once so this is this is like two to three years into this transition from destiny's child no longer being a like like i think they had one more album that came out around this time but my they were clearly last yeah so michelle had had two successful gospel albums and her gospel albums. Were actually really cute. I listened to them in high school. She has his own worden singing girl. You'll be fine anyway. Was like really cute so she had two successful gospel albums and then this album that she released that we break the dawn song that they losing to and that was like a pop effort that she was putting out. Okay so there's almost like. She had done the gospel thing and now she was going to try and like reenter popular thumbs and i think she was trying to get the vote. You know what. I mean by finisher so this was like it was like she needed this exposure as much as they needed to be. Yeah 'cause i couldn't really understand like how the hell did you get like a member of destiny's child onto like the first season of rupaul's drag real after they conquered the world. Yeah yeah. But i. But i was like it was also michelle. Not beyond say or kelly. Sorry i mean no shade. You know like no shame michelle. She's done amazing things with her career. But it's like she's michelle. Yeah but she was also trying to get back into like the pop. You know popular culture. So i think it was. Everyone was happy about this arrangement. I mean it was amazing to see her. Except for the producers of world of wonder. Because i think that like the rights to survivor and whatever the other song is like basically became so expensive that they refuse that they couldn't make this season like available to pay so much for like the rights to the music and i think that data album became so popular that the value of those specific songs. I think before you could use whatever was on the album but now that they now that they now that they literally monetize per song okay longer about the album like it the rights to this music or just impossible anyway so anyways. So we have a girl who's go up and long behold everything that goes wrong goes wrong expectedly. Right the costumes. Terrible unconscious group. They were like no one along with tammy. And right i mean and also what tammy was wearing. No no no duh. Ernie'll slipped out because that it was like made for a baby. Sateltite on the crotch. Lo and behold timmy timmy. Brown had a by. I would for sure. Oh yeah yeah yeah. It was like i was talking about. Someone's cost you falling apart and being like just keep on going. At least it was hers trail so the costumes terrible. The look was not that great and then of course akasha was serving it but not to the corey yes. She was doing her thing yet again. Not a team player. Better in the ass And then the funniest thing was i think. The choreography was also not that great. Because you know. I didn't realize that at the beginning The person who was the each pretending to be one of the members of japanese child so akasha was beyond say but like they were all the way that they did it like the levels off. Akasha was in the back but like because of where the camera was. We couldn't see her mouthing the words so like all we could see was like a horror serving it but like not moving her mouth so it kind of felt like a misnomer. They focused on in a weird way. Yeah because we couldn't see her. Yeah 'cause i was like they could have done that better. And then it just i don't know it was. It was quite the weird presentation and they've got the they got the. They got the feedback that we were all kind of acting. They were like bringing latavius Vibes as in out of the group borough longtime for a reason. Don't bring that energy back. i mean i. i'm a local kind of letoya luckett. Yeah the negativity was definitely present. Were i think that like what we learn from. This episode to propose drag race is one repot loves girl groups to and it was a clunky grow grew challenge but it's definitely something that works within the format of the show and then three cautious the first lipstick assassin. Yeah so help me understand lip sync assassin. Just means a really at it. So i think asan usually means that one year good lip synching but tin on the show it more so has to do with. How many people you sent home when you lip sync okay. So like remember. Abby oh my god lip sync four times. Never went home technically. She's lip sync assassin. You don't wanna look against her because she's gonna bring it so much that she's going to bring it and i mean lo and behold for all the potentially inebriated moments of caution when she finally gets to just move around like without any set choreography. It's perfect young when she's doing it alone. She's great but like it's just in her body to work with other people. I guess because when she's alone she's great she can really serve it. That's what she wants to do. And you know what i think that like. It's now that i've i mean now that i've done a little research like it's very very. It's very obvious. But like the editing. It was so hard to edit the feedback on the runway and then also the lip sync.
"brita" Discussed on Whispering Huntys
"If they keep it and it's like very obviously an uncomfortable moment and like the show is addressing that what she said was uncomfortable. I think it's okay to keep it in because she's obviously wrong. It's not addressed. It's like it's like they do kind of just like you know it's it's so it's so wrong for anyone to say you know i mean it's bad enough like and he give it like and it's not just black girls like the team was bay akasha jade. Who's not black. And tammy she's not with the black girls she's raid. You know she's with the latina girl and two black girls and you know and just i was like you can't even if it's just an observation. Air quotes everybody. I'm doing air quotes because it's not. I am not excusing it. It's not even accurate. So she doing. It was not here for that comment. Okay so then. Akasha delegates literally like a drunk person or like me. When i'm tipsy by. I want to do anything so like don't you. You know here's the thing so when i'm tipsy and they're like i'm always like let's do whatever simplest so like literally she's just like i can't do. This can't do this. I can't do this. I can't do this so y'all do that. And then she says that she's doing like the makeup and she said i'm just gonna focus on the is which is opinions but yeah there's a whole face that you're supposed to be an attention to in plotting out make for and she just does. The is okay girl. But here's the thing it's like. It feels like the story of akasha and this is definitely the edit that they gave her that. She's feeding into unbeknownst to her. It's like she just wants to. She just wants to get on stage and perform but that's the type of drag queen that she is. It doesn't matter what she's wearing it doesn't matter you know whatever it's just a caution on stage is about say like that's her brand and all the little it's in everything 'in-betweens. That's not for her but it was. It was just not a team player. It was it was off the delivery. And here's the thing. Playing nice with others is definitely a skill that all the drag queens have learned seasons because they know it's like it reads on camera if you're nicer one another and obviously like you want your you want your team to win so that no one gets voted off right but i just like it's it's like it's like hedging your bets like. Don't you want to be missed when you're gone. Don't you want them to be like. Oh girl i'm so sad. But i love you. Don't you want that yet. But you know. I guess it's because it was the first season and i think that this is part of why why tammy is so rude. And why. A cautious so laissez faire is because they don't know what's gonna be left on the cutting room floor and this is the first time that this. Tv show has ever happened. So it's not. We haven't talked about this but we both watched the meat queens. And denali says i want to be on the olympics of drag right. This is not yet the olympics. Drag this drag on tv allergy. So there i kind of regionals. I think at this point being part of a drag pageant is above being on rupaul's drag race and so they're not getting the same level of respect from the queen's on the show at least not from those two right i think baby is taking very seriously and is very strategic about how she uses her her like. She's very polite but direct. 'cause there's a moment where they're talking and then like tammy's talking about twisting fabric and Didn't she wasn't enrolling them into the situation and babies. So i like what year abby other she can the team making thing very strange. I don't know why they put rebecca in charge of the costumes. Because rebecca's outfit last week was not that great. Why is she the seem. Stir seamstress you of the costumes like i. Don't i don't get it like the costumes. Ended up fine but i feel like that was just rebecca working on the costume right right right and i feel like there were like missing pieces of like everybody probably kind of joined in helped. It wasn't just one person one person's doing or one person's burden. I doubt it will. Yeah i mean. Chanel was definitely micromanaging. Everything also i think it's so funny how she knows like So i put together a mood. Board and blah blah blah blah blah blah and. It's like chanel. put chanels face onto the mood board. So was your face. it wasn't creating anything else. It was like she was like do. Everyone's can do do the makeup like me. And that's it but also i mean she also to her credit Chanel was a mic like m. Ua in the biggest on top of being a drag queen okay. Yeah i think. I don't know if she was like a chanel anyway and that's part of white house. She got her name. Or whatever make gut but She definitely was a paid makeup artist at something that she was skilled in. So it's like a strong suit. Yeah.
"brita" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"I mean i feel really iffy about the whole ninety mines thing. But he's definitely got to be added everywhere and always yeah so not to give them more work. But we've seen the colts coaching staff be done before. Well yeah what. I said on thursday night game was. This was the third time this season. That nyheim hines scored two touchdowns in a game and the first time. He received one touch the next week. So let's spend wasting everyone's fab we're gonna waste it again and then the also one of my one of my winners but savant mid. I'm i'm sure that he might just like. They had no reservations about sending matt brita in jordan howard to the sideline for myles gaskin because he looked the best. I don't know that anybody's gonna look better than med. I may just. He may just be there starter until gaskins back. What's the roster percentage of the giants. Starting running back tada today. i don't even want to. That guy is so rude dave..
"brita" Discussed on Roleplay Replay
"You take Thirteen points of piercing damage and you are pushed five feet back into this Square. as a giant like but list of bolt of what looks like energy flies through the air and slams into you just pushing you back from this this small construct about the size of like a dog all up a list of both like what you shot at the dragon and top of the keep slams into year. So now the Brita that fell Maher has off indicated as being a fake Brita. I need everyone in this Square to make a dexterity saving throw. 19 Frost 7 for Ben V for guy 7 for week Okay, so as you recognize this and as such you're able to sort of anticipate it as you watch Fast Ferry Fire leaps to life around your thighs. Can we get a DEX former c as well, please. Yeah, sorry. No problem. Nine, all of you are limned with like brilliant tons of purplish flame that seems like dance across your shape. And then she takes a quick look over at this age small construct. It kind of moves toward her stepping through her space staying in melee with you reek. Although your reaction is currently spent you watch as this this green energy Pulses from it again. And then falls upon felmar and film are you gain? 12 temporary hit points and you hear the guy that threw the flask at all as he says dammit Keller your protectors he'll in the wrong people again, and she says well, you're the one that installed the targeting scripts, so I don't want to hear it. And then The Alchemist with like the blue-skinned he's going to disengage from you reek and start to float into the air. about 15 feet and that'll.
Changing the Narrative with Rita Bautista
"K.. Brita hello welcome to come on Bama. How are you? I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me today. I'm excited we've been talking for like thirty minutes. Now. You have an awesome stories. Let's dive into tell us who you are what your heritage. So my name is read about that and I am a as used to describe it. I'm Honduran my parents were both from Buddha's but I was born here in New Orleans and raised between New Orleans in Baltimore and I currently live in Houston. So I've had the best of all worlds. Yeah. Headed your parents arrive to to New Orleans. Oh my gosh. So it's interesting both my parents ended up in two different places. My mom ended up in Baltimore with visa the. First Ten than she came illegally, and then she came back again legally and then my dad came here with a visa to new. Orleans. which is a huge population of hundred people for all those under Daniels listened to me there's a huge population Chiquita banana used to be headquartered there at the story's pretty rich and dynamic I think I should probably tell it one day, but it's a really interesting story like two lane. University has lot of really thick ties in into hundreds like they actually have a whole bunch of like less Stella's from the Mayan Ruins. Actually. In the nineteen hundreds went to Tulane University went to Honduras and made copies of them and they're sitting in New Orleans on at the military base. Okay. Fact very attacked. So how is it that it's a big population in your let I mean, it's not random, but it's like not your big cities are right. Well, for anybody WHO's been to New Orleans they have that like has at European small town feel and the climate really tropical. You know if it's if you're going to be close to home, you might as well be host in temperature to but like I said that to keep a banana used to be housed in or their headquarters was in new, ORLEANS? So since the ladder leads bananas in Lewis were also I guess they were reporting to New Orleans everybody who was coming over from Honduras to our liens found out about it because of the Banana Trade So interesting to get I don't be sick of that. But again, that's Your Dad arrives there and then your mom is in Baltimore and then they meet somewhere between. So they've actually met in hunters for the second time. Yeah. My mom back two. The second time, and then while she's in Honduras with my brother, she got married in Baltimore and then it didn't work. She got divorced in the ends up in under his an that second go round. She meets my dad in Honduras and she comes back to Baltimore with my brother wants all you your residency came out and everything she went back and then my dad ends up in New Orleans in. He's like you need to come check this out. This is like hundred number two like you know come visit me and sure enough she goes down there they fall in love with each other than this beautiful child was born.
"brita" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The barbecue I gotta go I gotta go Brita water to five in the case of me veggies and veggie Callie burrito yes bloody body do so because I don't even you don't even get it yeah I don't need no damn veggie Barney mammals you barbecue no I eat animals mammals really but here's the problem I reject all things which you don't put a French fry on a three game yeah don't do it now I reject that new school thinking I reject this whole abbreviation Dolo generation and I've had the KC barbecue it's dope I got to go to the park I got your policy holsters his thing all right this city is known also for its legendary baseball history the Negro leagues were founded in Kansas city Missouri and San Francisco has produced some of the greatest players of all time so what city has the greater twentieth century baseball icon right kids sitting pretty tough to beat mom in the case of the Negro leagues satchel Paige percentage I think get myself a lot of other people sending a big thrown in my last two ICS problem that first game Jack that was my first try you know since we started to plan out there but I wasn't quite at myself at that time all I hated was control and I have no he looked pretty good to me and I think that a lot of people say well maybe this is set just last year maybe not going to be as good as it was last year I think you show them I decided to do just as good I better you were last year as a keep up like that but Jack I don't think this is Malaysia I think I can play baseball about fifteen to twenty movie as well that would land on the way you throw that ball I think he'll do all right now the thing is like you got but you can't get like each other all right do once you decide to go on the release of a little but he's done probably get only one and maybe one attempt do here but it's going to be what I wanted to throw off thank you I could be dying in Miami where this could not yes I like it I like it very well down here I can just get off the bench and gets done in what's this I hear about you have a new patient here as I got in the room but every time I go and we don't have but one run and seasoned acting shown up in a bright and I got to go out with that I've been at it for a couple of spells you noticed a baseball good stuff there's such a pays the stylings of satchel Paige the mayor said don't look back something might be gaining on you age is a question about some really gaze a question of mind over matter if you don't mind it doesn't matter that's what he said.
"brita" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The forty Niners on October seventh we're kinda wondering like you know it's Monday Night Football or the Browns pretty good on the forty Niners for real well Matt Brita sprinted says he planted flags and the Niners stayed perfect October seven nine years thirty one Browns three is mad radio all star game in office and are they move you use check to the right thing why did I believe in god he is did you watch the plant the flag it'll Baker Mayfield number six right man oh man and we jumped in November don't forget even though the score this game was ninety Sunday night fever pitch Levi's stadium crowd Sunday night light Aaron Rodgers he couldn't even breeze forty Niners thirty seven actors twenty five snapped the center is his he is rich and James junior there for instance those the feels great.
Nature's 'Brita Filter' Is Dying And Nobody Knows Why
"We take certain parts of the natural world for granted right trees cleaning the air worms enriching soil bees pollinating crops but increasingly eating late. These natural systems that we rely on our failing. They're under attack from Climate Change Human Development and disease impairs Nathan. Rod Has the story of one critical all species. That's dying and the team racing to find out. Why slip into your waiters and slosh out into the knee? Deep waters of the clinch rip and South West Virginia agent the clinched lows at the feet of the age rounded southern Appalachian Mountain slowly descending towards Tennessee. It's water is sharp cold engine engine clear which is good because what we're looking for lives on the rock crusted river bottom on long and it's just a matter of like how long does a until we we see. Something died very recently. That is Jordan Richard A biologist with the US fish and Wildlife Service and. It doesn't take him long to find what he does is not one to see that one leads the peasants. Shell is just laying there even say it's not buried too. That's what should be buried in. But he pulls a palm sized object from the water. Not that's dead. Richard is holding a freshwater Mussel Less edible diversion of its saltwater. Cousin that lines river bottoms across the country cleaning water and providing habitat to other species. It show is Gold Brown and glistening but the milky white muscle inside is turning a gray brown at its edges the color of decay. Biologists Rose Apple log brings over another muscle in similar condition. That smell alley. Yeah it's real real bad. So that's been dead maybe couple days tier two they find another dead muscle and another by the time I stopped at five and then more after that it standing mid river a bit later Richard Lifts his gaze from the water and looks upstream seemingly nothing in particular expecting. It's not a good way which I'm pretty used to. I'm pretty used to like coming out of your thing. I'm going to see just getting completely the bomb with the muscles but the US Fish and Wildlife Service estimates mates that hundreds of thousands of freshwater mussels have perished since the day off was I noticed in two thousand sixteen. Biologists and fishermen were finding finding fresh dead muscles week after week after week and not just here unexplained freshwater Mussel die-offs have since been documented in Oregon Washington Jason Wisconsin and Michigan. There's even been one in Spain and says a major concern for the future and for the future health of freshwater. Emily Blevins is a conservation. Biologist with Desert See Society for Invertebrate Conservation a nonprofit that focuses on some of the world's more let's say under loved critters and people belong to get quite as excited about but lack backbones unfortunately but many of those species are critically important to the natural world take freshwater mussels their filter feeders that remove algae sediment and heavy metals from passing water. There's research that's shown they can remove pharmaceuticals from the water and pesticides songs and flame retardants and remove E. coli from the water so think of them as nature's equivalent to Britta filter cleaning the water. We drink while also so providing suitable habitat to countless other species. The problem is freshwater. Mussels are also one of the most imperilled species on the planet dozens of muscle types have already gone extinct in north. America wiped out by Water Pollution Human Development and habitat loss. The current die off is just one more threat widespread and fast moving. And it's 'cause Richard The biologist says that's the challenge it could be a million things but because of limited time hi and resources we've had pick and choose what we think is the most likely things and start running them down and it takes years worth of effort a team at the University of Wisconsin. That's working with Richard and blevins has detected a virus and a bacteria that are statistically associated with the die off but they're not willing to call either the culprit it just yet climate change stressing ecosystems and threatening species around the world but it does not seem to be the driver here so with the clock. Ticking and cause is unknown. The team in Virginia has something of a contingency plan. A hatchery. Nursery more or less per freshwater mussels is one of our live live in screamed so pheasant. Shell is in here. That's the one that really dial Tim Lane is a muscle recovery coordinator with the Virginia Department of game and Inland Fisheries. He's walking through. What's essentially along shit mind with? PVC pipes trump's and dozens of shallow black buckets half filled with sand. These buckets are home to a WHO's who of endangered mussels species in here. Come away come. Show not to be confused with the endangered Cumberland monkey-face keep pace nearby over here. We have golden shell over here fifty. That's more than probably a wild that we haven't put out there. This facility ability is a last line of defense for some freshwater mussels species lane another. Biologists are reproducing them here and then keeping them safe until they're mature enough to to be brought back into the wild when the recent diop's started on the clinch they brought a bunch of pheasants shells here from an unaffected part of the river. The muscles could be used as a baseline a healthy sample to us as they search for the Diop's 'cause but in a worst case. Scenario with diaw continues unabated. They could also be used as stock going to stand idly by washing away. We're GONNA do the best we can. To help them produce progeny. So the species isn't going through inside the hatcheries attorney's office away from the troughs pumps lane and Richard say they know muscles aren't as photogenic as a rhinoceros or as easy to communicate as the plight apply to the polar bear but Richard says freshwater mussels and many other lesser known species are like the foundation of a house that everything lives in is not awesome to care about the foundation of your house. You could renovate your kitchen but if that foundation is crumbling and you ignore it by the time you notice a problem because you fall through the floor. It's too late to do anything about it. And everything else falls through to eighth unwrought N._P._R.. News adding in
Following London attack, second attack in The Netherlands on Friday has EU spinning
"Three people injured in another stabbing attack. This one in a busy shopping district in the Netherlands according to police who are now asking for help from the public the new attack coming just hours after a different stabbing in the heart of London that attack has left two people dead. The suspect killed by police. They are also calling calling the attack in London. An Act of terrorism. Let's begin with CNN's Bianco. Bela who is covering the Netherlands attacks. Obiang what we know at this hour. The moment all we know is that an attack happened on Friday evening in The Hague in the Netherlands. This is obviously the key city. It's the seat of the Dutch. Parliament is also the weather international. The National Criminal Court is based the city itself has a population of around half a million and this was a particularly busy evening. As you may be able to see. From some of the pitches it is the black Friday Sale Ale. There were plenty of Christmas. Shop is out that on the streets and from what we understand. The attack happened within a department store on Big Market Street. We understand that three people people have been injured. They've been stopped and we're still waiting to hear more details from the police as of yet they haven't given us a motive but they have said that the situation is quote complex Ext.. I'm also learning. That police are looking for a man between the age of forty five and fifty apparently wearing a tracksuit and asking anybody who might be to identify by somebody of that description to come forward with more details but it is definitely a developing situation as I said nothing has yet been disclosed on the motive of this attack but within the context of the other attack in London. Today which you mentioned obviously there's an increased sensitivity to increase towards this and we'll be monitoring the situation version closely bianca. Thank you and we'll continue to check in with you. Of course throughout the hour as we learn more about our that attack on the Netherlands a deadly terror attack unfolding folding in London police confirming just moments ago. Two people have died after a stabbing or the iconic London Bridge. Three others were injured. I'm deeply saddened and angered that. Our City of London has again been targeted by terrorism. It it is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to inform you that as well as the suspect who was shot dead by police. Two of those injured in this attack in the London Bridge area have tragically lost their lives. Police officers officers shot and killed the suspect who was wearing what looked like an explosive device but they believe that device was in fact fake witnesses recorded would appear to be members of the public public tackling. The suspect you're looking at that here taking away the knife before the suspect was ultimately killed by police and I do want to warn you. Some of the video were about out to show you is graphic. CNN's dictate. Walsh is live for us in London tonight. Nick British Prime Minister. Boris Johnson says the situation has been contained to the best of their knowledge. So what's happening on the ground right now in the next twenty minutes. It's also that British prime minister will meet with top security officials in the sort of basement of Downing Street to discuss this unfolding situation behind me though. We just learned from the head of London police that actually the fish monger hold on the other side of the river. There is where they believed the attack began. And you can just see up the Brita tent erected by British police where we understand the actual killings themselves or they tackled. The assailant will restraining of the assailant seems to have occurred. But here's how. Today's events unfolded Terry Returns to London Bridge recorded by witnesses for multiple angles. A group of people appear to restrain a man on the grounds of the public. Pullback firearms police drank one man away then. Two shots heard male suspect was shot by specialist government offices from the city of London place and I can confirm this suspect died at the scene a number of other the papal received injuries during the incident. I'm now in a position to confirm that it has been declared a terrorist incident. I can confirm it this time. We believe a device that was strapped to the body of the suspect. Is I hope explosive device. A knife is seen pulled from the scuffle. Get still many ordinary. Londoners appear to have thrown thrown themselves out the assailant to restrain him. I also want to pay tribute to the extraordinary bravery of those members of the public. Who physically intervened to to protect the lives of others and for me they represent the very best of our country and I thank them? I was so in the Boston. Matheny attacks in two thousand thirteen basically expands whereas at the math. And sort of twenty minutes or something Eh but just before it actually happens and some very similar thing of just having a lot of people just running and nobody knew what was happening and just feel like huge amount nazi-era on their faces and you could feel it as well in the energy of just everyone staffing out. The identity and motive of the suspect remains unclear. Similar horror befell London Bridge in June. Two thousand seventeen when three attackers drove a van into pedestrians and then launched a savage savage knife attack some also wearing hoax explosive vests police killed the attackers in minutes but still eight victims died after that attack. Roadside barricades went up in London. Some visible in these videos today see London Bridge would have been bustling at that time with commuters and workers in the city the extraordinary speed of the police response and reaction of members of the public. A sign of how practiced anticipated the horror of such attacks are in London. Of course the key and answer questions. Who was this man? What was his motivation? Terror related the police say it is unclear what ideology ideology may have been feuding him and sad- say to UK security services have long pointed a mental health often being contributing factor to instance like this but London Bridge. Now trying to get back to normal. Almost heartwarming scenes of seeing restaurants as inviting police. Patrolling the area trauma safe in for a cup of tea but that bridge behind me now. Still Jammed with the buses that were stopped by police as the instant unfolded. You can see the lights still going on their London. Sadly to used to this kind of attack Erica. Yes indeed. Nick Payton Walsh for us in London. Tonight thank you as we look at what we do know as Nick just pointed out for us there. We don't know a lot at this hour about the suspect but the fact Paul that British police are saying this is a terror attack again. We don't know the motive. I haven't seen a claim of responsibility. Ah To this point anyway unless I somehow missed something but waste on what we do know in the information. That's come out Paul. Where's your mind at this time? Well one interesting detail. You told us this fake suicide us. And we've seen the use of fake suicide vests in several Isis inspired attacks in Europe in the West in recent years of one was on the very same bridge two years ago when three attackers wearing fake suicides. did a knife attack on that bridge and the surrounding area. There was also an attack in January two thousand sixteen in Paris or the police station where the perpetrator how to fake suicide. Vest and more recently in Catalonia in August twenty seventeen the perpetrators hot fake suicide vest and in those attacks the reason presumably they were wearing fake suicide versus because they wanted to be killed by police because they wanted to become martyrs because in that war twelve knew they they wanted to go to paradise for. Doing that was not the case with this attacker in London. Today we don't know yet because the police are not telling us what what they think the motivation was. They're not specifying yet This was a jihadi attack was interesting too. is the location So with all of you frankly we have talked far too many times about
"brita" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Four zero six that's eight five eight five four six four zero six ask for Brita should get signed up. All right. Let's go back to the calls here. We're going to go out to San Diego and speak with a asking asking you end this Martin vegetable Brian chase. Can we help you? Yeah. You're you're how can we help you? How are you doing? Oscar on on on on. Yeah. Okay. I just had a question on any. Okay. As the I o a Biomed. Okay. Now. Do you hold that? Look at Bida. I'm holding it. Now, I have a one hundred expert to my portfolio and. I just want to make sure that it's not my has with it. But should be okay. But it's pretty healthy. But it's gone. So you so you're up in it right now is that correct? Correct. Well, let's look the Biomed incorporate simple ABM D, not a great start. The PE ratio is kinda high fifty nine point four versus forty four point eight prices sales seventeen point four very high finishes up five point eight. We do see price to book value sixteen that does compare while the which is not material but price of cash was expensive as well. Fifty four point nine versus thirty two point seven. Now, they're doing a very good job on their sales. They're up year over year, twelve months thirty five point four well above the industry at twelve percent while earnings up ninety four point eight percent when there's only two point two one. We do see the balance sheet looking pretty good here. Also, current Rachel six point seven one point nine debt to equity zero no debt in the balance sheet. That's good. The she does have to agree of forty two percent return equities twenty nine point eight percents twelve point four net profit margin. Wow. Thirty versus twelve point nine and receivable turnover. Nine point six versus five point five and immature tower. When the first negative seeing here is two point one versus three point to chase..
"brita" Discussed on KGO 810
"That's about to be passed abortion on it took fifteen months to pass ObamaCare in the first place. But here's what we know. Bama Kerr is still flawed. It is still not providing the healthcare that Americans deserve. So there's some basic principles that we can address. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer pouncing on the issue, which Democrats consider a political winner for them. If the Republican party wants to be in Donald Trump's words, the party of healthcare God help the middle class. God save the middle class. God save people with disabilities. God saved hundreds of millions with preexisting conditions statistically in a nation of more than three hundred million. It's. Estimated one in three has a series pre existing condition, though that definition can vary. Democrats say as many as twenty five million Americans would lose coverage if ObamaCare is killed outright. Bob Costantini, the White House. Tracking some scattered showers around the bay area, mostly on the peninsula. Parts of the East Bay in the north bay seeing some scattered showers, it'll become a more scattered as you move into the afternoon. Lots of sunshine for your Friday. I'm Brett burkhart the Muller news as some people upset so weekday afternoons we have Dr chip to calm them down. Crude it there was no collusion with Russia. I'm bitterly disappointed. I feel that I've been wide to I'll never vote for another democrat my wife talking. Let me talk you down a little bit be with us. Okay. What can happen? The key is to put out enough stuff about this guy. So that he can't win in two thousand twenty because we all everybody agrees. That's the worst possible scenario for this country. You can tell she has a PHD personal hatred for the Donald chip Franklin Brita six I'm AG. Bacon. Crumbles? Now that I think of it I'll go to Little.
"brita" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Like live starting in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine or something. I was born in nineteen ninety-five, right? But I was born in one thousand nine hundred seventy five it doesn't mean that I've never heard of I love Lucy. You know, what I mean, it doesn't mean that never heard of Babe Ruth you heard of him, right? Yeah. Baby ruth. Yeah. She's great. Yeah. She's chocolate and delicious. Absolutely. It's all I man. I actually watched the documentary like this past week and of the eighties. It's produced by Tom Hanks, it's great. It was actually get out. It was actually a terrible decade by large outside of will Clark. And a few other things it was not a a notable decade. But now, it's actually all good. It's all good. So I know Miami vice a little bit though, I will say just because I saw this documentary. It was the first show that played music during that scenes, and they had like these long drawn out scenes that were kind of like music videos, and how about if I quiz, you what fashion trend did it. Start the Miami Heat uniform. The correct answer was a t shirts under a sport coat. Okay. T centers, but with my next guest, right colors. Anyway, it's all good. You're going to teach me some things I'll watch game of thrones. I'll teach us some things. And the only thing that's bad about that. They really don't like playing that role of likes like I'm on a rocking chair like Saudi cups it over here. And I'll teach you about the I really am not ready for that in my life. I just turned forty a couple of years ago. So. But if that's what we need to do at times. I will. Six five. Oh, how about Brita in a draft pick for Julio Jones. Yeah. How about it? Sure. What the hell throwing Calvin Ridley too. I do think this is interesting though, is it an interesting discussion about what the Niners might be doing. With regard the wide receiver position. Because Jordan Mathews is nice. It's been productive in his life. Whenever he's not a Bill. That's just a fact I liked Jordan Mathews. I've said a bunch of times. I love Dante Pettis and marquees Goodwin. And then here comes our favorite phrase. If he's healthy. Is is nice as well. And I'm sure they'll address wide receiver in the draft. But because of this running back rumor mill and the idea that they've got too many of them don't activate all of them on game day. We did start poking around a little bit at forty nine or options. Terms of if there's a trade Bruin out there. Like what if they did package? Breda and the second round draft pick. What could they get who's available? We've been so focused on Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham. Is there someone else out there? Here's what you look for. You look for a team that is not. Slated or expected to win this year. And that receiver would be a free agent at the end of the year would call for a big new contract and that teams knocking gonna wanna pay. I give you a name. I'll give you a name free agent end of the year. Not a very good team. Probably not gonna wanna pay him because it's going to be his next big contract. He's already on a pretty big contract. He is a very good wide receiver. How about how about AJ green? Now, I don't think that that's Breda at a two. I don't think the Bengals want Matt Brita or maybe they do. Everybody wants a committee. Now the Bengals have Joe mixing everybody wants committee. Now, maybe they do on that Breda. I have no idea and the two on its own might be enough for AJ green. The thirty six pick in the draft. You know, it's not although Beckham it's AJ green. Really good. It's not Odell Beckham. So I don't know you can poke around on your own a little bit and do this. But that's what you want to look for. I think you want to look for a wide receiver this on a team. That's not gonna win. This year is a free agent at the end of the year. And they're not gonna want to sign him. It's basically. We're describing Madison Bumgarner situation. So look around who knows maybe maybe something is is cooking. They're speaking of something cooking. Good grief, just pull the trigger. It is so far pastime. And you know, what as I said a handful of weeks ago? I think we finally reached a moment where you can do this. Yes. A couple of Fox News vans are still going to show up but not eight just to. The miami. Dolphins are a perfect landing spot for Colin Kaepernick they traded Ryan tannehill today. They did not get teddy Bridgewater. He went back to the saints. They literally don't even have a quarterback. And I looked at their draft position. They're in the teams, they're not even really in position to move up to get one. And who is it that they're going to get ready to start right away? Anyway. I don't think this draft really has anything like that. So who are they going to get to start? I mean, are they just going to decide to go? Blake Bortles AJ McCarron or something like that. Is interesting. I think it was the Bleacher report the tweeted out the idea of or the dolphins. Need a quarterback ended at three pictures of quarterbacks sort of insinuating. Like, this is who they could go get. And the pictures were Blaine gabbert. Blake Bortles and somebody else named Blaker Blaine. I don't I it's like come on people. We've officially reached the time or so far past it with all the quarterbacks that have been signed remembered did you hear the rumor that somebody JP lows men was out there throwing the ball around at column is pro day. The other day is almost forty years old at apparently threw the ball. So well that one team went said, hey, hey want to. You want to come to camp? There's so many examples of the silliness the Redskins were the worst example last year bringing you know, Mark Sanchez and Josh Johnson. And all these people they brought in instead of Colin Kaepernick, and that's fine. But guess what a lot of those GM's. We're like there's an active grievance case against the league anymore. It's over. We've gotten through it for the most part would you have to deal with some controversy Schorr. But I don't think it would last nearly as long as before I think we've learned that the business aspects of Colin Kaepernick nowhere near as dangerous of the NFL originally thought Papa John's is the one who had people lose jobs, not the other way around. And Miami, you may not know this Stephen Ross the owner of the Miami Dolphins probably one of the most liberal owners in all of sports and has consistently stated that players should be allowed to express themselves on the sideline. However, they want. Is a perfect fit. It's a perfect fit. Just do it. Just do it. I know there's a lot of people go on gosh. We know how long are we gonna talk about this? How about until somebody? And then it'll be over. And let's see what he looks like I think it'd be interesting. I know Jennifer Lee Chan is going to be interesting. She always is. So Jennifer Lee Chan on the forty Niners NBC sports bay area joins us next on these sports leader. You.
Peru declares emergency at border as Venezuelans flee
"Garden President Trump is accusing China of hacking Hillary Clinton's emails the, president tweeted last night they Clinton's emails quote many. Of which were classified information got hacked by China but he offered no evidence US intelligence agencies have said. Russia was behind the democratic hacking before the, two thousand sixteen presidential election With talks with North Korea stall Defense
Police: Mother of girl who died used super glue to close son's wound
"W x ks fm hd two medford an iheartradio station this is wbz newsradio ten thirty where the news watch never stops wbz news time four o'clock it's mostly cloudy right now up to forty three degrees in boston we'll check traffic and weather together coming up but first this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers featuring the all new two thousand eighteen accord and the all wheel drive crv for life around here topping our news at four today a fitchburg boy whose sister died after police say both were beaten by their mother told police they were attacked by bullies he also said his mom closed a wound on his neck was superglue wbz's lana jones with more on our top story the police report says the bruise had injuries to his face and the girl had bruises a barriers ages over her entire body it says shayna pedroso had a note in her possession indicating that the children had been bad and were beaten grosso and the father marvin brita were held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing next week the boy is now in the custody of the department of children and families in pittsburgh landon jones wbz newsradio ten thirty the city of boston settles with the family of kaiser willis he's the young boy who drowned in the summer of twenty sixteen playing at the beach the summer camp at carson beach mayor wall says he knows the money won't bring the boy back but he hopes to provide some closure for the child's family one of the democrats running for paul ryan's house seat was kansin says the speaker decided to quit rather than face the voters ryan announcing today he is not seeking reelection he says serving in congress has been one of the two greatest honors of his life it's easy for to take over everything in your life and you can't just let that happen because there are other things in life that can be fleeting as well.