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"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"I will you'll see me there. I'll see you there. If you go there, and listen, I'm hoping that you have a wonderful week, my friend. I hope you have compassion and ease and joy and lots of hugs and someone else cooking you dinner. A number of nights this week. That's what that's what I'm hoping for you. And I can't wait to connect with you again next week. Thank you, thank you so much for spending your time with me. And with Carla and I hope I get to see your takeaways and I hope you know I hope you have all of those wonderful things. The someone else cooking you dinner, maybe you've been a foot rub. It's a crazy time by yourself to read a couple. What? What? Yes, I wish that for you. Thank you so much for listening, my friend. And I will talk to you again next week. Namaste. I'd say definitely do it. It's really helpful. It will change your relationship with your kids for the better. It will help you communicate better and just it's a communicate better as a person as a wife as a spouse. It's been really a positive influence in our lives. So definitely do it. I'd say definitely do it. It's so worth it. The money really is inconsequential when you get so much benefit from being a better parent to your children and feeling like you connecting more with them and not feeling like you yelling all the time. Oh you like why isn't these working? I would say definitely enjoy it. It's so, so worth it. It'll change you. No matter what age someone's child is, it's a great opportunity for personal growth and it's great investigating someone's family. I'm very thankful I have this you

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"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"But there's lots of different ways to practice loving kindness, but literally that's what you're doing. You're practicing. It's like going to the golfing course and hitting the ball over and over again until you can do it without it feeling so hard. And so I was like walking up and down the street being like happy, healthy, safe, live where these might be happy, maybe healthy. They would safely with these. And I was like, what is the point of this? But then, in the hard moment, all of a sudden I was like, I just need a little ease right now. And that word came to me, and it was like a start, so I was practicing when it was easy, because you can't practice things in the middle of chaos. It doesn't work. And then in the chaotic moment, I was like, I just want to live with ease and what would help me do that right now. So that was, that was my entry. And if you walk around saying to yourself, parenting is hard for everyone, and it's okay that it's hard. And you just repeat that to yourself a million times. That's fine, too. So you're right, hunter. It's not going to feel authentic at first. And if it does for you, that's great. But if it doesn't, that's normal. So try out a bunch of stuff, right? Try putting your hand over your heart, try giving yourself a hug. Try having maybe a beaded bracelet or a necklace that somehow reminds you like a physical touchstone that reminds you to have some kindness and forgiveness and acceptance. There's a bunch of different ideas out there, and so I have a ton in my book, hunter's got ideas, but there's a lot of different ways to sort of sneak into this, and then you just need to keep doing it, and eventually it will feel. More authentic and normal, and you'll be able to speak this language fluently. All right, last time, yay. For hunter, clap track for Carla. Yay.

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"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

05:50 min | 2 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"So I just want to go over what Carla said, just to recap for the listener, that this practice was to maybe to recognize how you're feeling, to be aware of, oh, I'm feeling overwhelmed. I'm feeling, I just did something that I didn't like. I'm hearing myself maybe think, you know, recrimination thoughts. And so that's when you take that moment. Sometimes it doesn't take a lot of time. And as you practice, it takes less time. It really doesn't take that long. But you take a moment. I mean, and for me, I put that hand to my heart because that for me, the touch really matters a lot. But just that acknowledgment of that basically that's mindful awareness. Oh, this is happening right now. I'm feeling like a shitty parent because of X, Y, or Z, right? And then also there was that acknowledgment of this is hard. This is a moment of suffering, right? Acknowledging that I'm feeling this difficult feeling, and this is hard. And she also acknowledged that, you know, it's hard for all of us, like being a human being is hard parenting is incredibly hard. This is really hard. And then what and then that coming to that place of kindness. You know, how can I, how can I offer myself some kind words or if I can't kind of reach out to somebody else who can? Is that a good summary for you, garlic? Yes, I love that. And what I want to point out to our listeners and one of the reasons I love being friends with hunter and I love learning from hunter and coming on her podcast is she and I have such dramatically different ways of practicing this, dramatically, I don't know, it's dramatic, but we have different ways of practicing this, right? And I won't even lie, hunter, the first time I was in a mindfulness based stress reduction course and we were learning about loving kindness. I like almost threw up in my mouth because I was like, this is so freaking I can't handle it. Do not talk to me about happy wishes people. I need a plan. I need a life plan. I have a plan and happy wishes are not my plan. Oh, how I have a mighty of fallen? What am I saying? I don't know, but really I've come to understand and obviously seeing the praises of self compassion. But what I will tell you is that I love that hunter pointed out, that she actually does put her hand on her heart, which is a practice that many people do and many people teach and to be honest, it's so not resonant with me. It doesn't like it's not meaningful. I feel cheesy, it totally doesn't work. And what I encourage your listeners to do is find your authentic way of speaking this language. Right? It's going to look a little different for everyone, but the fundamental ideas behind it about connecting with what Kristin Duff calls common humanity, which is this reminder that you're not alone, no matter what you're suffering is, I promise you, you're not alone. This real sense of curiosity about what's going on about what you need and then treating yourself with kindness. Those are sort of the fundamental aspects and this mindful awareness. These are the fundamental aspects of compassion

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"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"At the table as I talk to Carla Nambu. Do you wrote a new book? We're going to say the title. We're just going to say it. Well, I mean, your regular guess. I haven't been on a little while because, you know, COVID in life, but your regular guests should know that I'm a little bit of a potty mouth, so I think we should just say it. Are you going to say it or am I going to say it? I think you say the title. Okay, because I'm the potty mouth. The book is called, you are not a shitty parent, how to practice self compassion and give yourself a break. And it's going to be published on September 27th, 2022. I

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"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"And we really taking it upon ourselves to feel like we have to have this ideal relationship with our children or we're going to screw them up for life. You're listening to the mindful mama podcast episode number 368. Today we are talking about how you are not a shitty parent with Carla nomberg. Welcome to the mindful mama podcast. Here it's about becoming a less irritable, more joyful parent at mindful mama we know that you can not give what you do not have and when you have calm and peace within then you can give it to your children. I'm your host hunter Clark fields. I help smart thoughtful parents stay calm so they can have strong connected relationships with their children. I've been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years on the crater of mindful parenting and on the author of the bestselling book raising good humans, a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactive parenting and raising kind, confident kids. Hello, dear

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Who Is the Sellout?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Who Is the Sellout?

"Whenever I'm on air and I can't address this in stories like this pop up. I'm always one here's what I fake racism, real racism, perceived racism. Real racism is what our ancestors experience. What many fought fought against in the civil rights. Fake racism, CRT, perceived racism, idiots like this, like this khalisa wing who now believe because she's been brainwashed by the left that anything a white person says to her is probably racist and of course she believes that black people can't be racist. Here's the problem with that inrix, ignorance. And I feel compelled to talk about this just swiftly here. It is dumb as hell to say that black people can't be racist. If you're a black person that says that you can not be racist, that is a very dumb thing to say. Let me tell you why. Because where do you get the moral authority to say such a thing? To say such a stupid thing, is it you that judges your heart when you die? Is it the black community? See, this is why when people say Carla, you're a sellout in your uncle. I'm like, shut up. It's not like you're gonna be judging me. It's got that I gotta stand before. And by the way, please don't call me a sellout when you're the one. You're the black face of white Marxism.

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Casey DeSantis Slams Democratic Lt. Gov. Hopeful for 'Disgusting' Joke

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Casey DeSantis Slams Democratic Lt. Gov. Hopeful for 'Disgusting' Joke

"Casey desantis the great First Lady of Florida Just as brilliant just as feisty as the governor Casey desantis this is the Washington examiner slams democratic lieutenant governor hopeful for disgusting joke Florida First Lady Casey desantis did not hold back When criticizing democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist running mate for a disgusting joke at the expense of special needs children Carla Hernandez Matz the democratic candidate for lieutenant governor by the way she is a complete union hack for the teachers union Was caught on video two three claiming that her experience as a teacher special needs children Who are quote emotionally handicapped on quote puts in a good position quote to deal with the dysfunctional legislature That's pretty nasty

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"carla" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"carla" Discussed on WTOP

"Like the city could be doing more. For protection because I really can't operate a business like this. The water quickly receded from district dogs and cleanup began immediately. Particularly on WTO P news. D.C. water says the northeast boundary tunnel being built beneath Rhode Island avenue is expected to be finished next year and it will nearly double the capacity of the current sewer system and help you alleviate the historic flooding problem in that area. As we're checking conditions at the region's three airports following most of the pad storms today, planes that haven't left yet, but are headed to both Reagan national and dulles are delayed on average by about 5 hours. Planes out of Delos and Reagan are delayed by about 30 minutes, but it might get worse at BWI, departures are about 50 minutes behind schedule and inbound flights are delayed on average by three and a half hours, a ground stop has been lifted at all airports. Is W, SSC water and organization in crisis, general manager Carla Reed says it is because two members of the board have moved to limit her power and she wants them gone, Reid has said she thinks she's being attacked because she's the first woman to lead the utility, but board members say what they've done is a pretty standard move when leaders are on the way out as Reed is. The Washington Post reports her contract is up at the end of the year, the two board members read once pushed out have questioned wssc waters decision to launch a new billing system, the cost of implementing, implementing that system rather has tripled from $40 million to 120 million. Want to try out a new restaurant in D.C. while next week will be a great time to do it. Summer restaurant week starts on Monday and it will be a big help for an industry hard hit by the pandemic. How are D.C. restaurants doing? Some neighborhood restaurants are actually faring as well or better than they were pre-pandemic. But the recovery has been much slower for downtown restaurants next to vacant office buildings that before COVID were bustling with hungry workers. John Fauci is deputy mayor for planning and development in D.C.. People are not coming back to the office. The way they did pre-pandemic. He says, while the food service industry is

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Everyone Asks Charlie: Trump or DeSantis?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Everyone Asks Charlie: Trump or DeSantis?

"Questions on our campus tour. In fact, we also have a lot of questions here for ask me anything. And Greg from Cincinnati and Carla from North Carolina and Cynthia from Arizona. They all have a very similar question. And I received this question at every single one of our campus stops, which is Charlie, Trump, or desantis, Trump, or desantis. And I answered it, I said, look, if Trump runs again, he's going to have my support. I said, he's earned it. He's been good to me. He's been good to the country. I consider him to be, I guess you could say a friend, and that's pretty cool to say. And he's been terrific. I also say though that Ron DeSantis has an opportunity at some point to be a once in a generation once in a century statesman. Ron DeSantis is hitting home run after home run after home run. Ron DeSantis has just now signed a pro life Bill that the left is losing their mind over. He signed the anti grooming Bill the parental rights education bill, he just signed a fatherhood initiative and on top of all of that, Ron DeSantis has bailed out the corrupt dumb and I would say double minded Republican establishment.

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The Collaps of Public School Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 8 months ago

The Collaps of Public School Education

"Let me ask you about their education at Tiffany because I've been covering gender education K through three and the end of excellence education in San Diego's Patrick Henry high school, 9 through 12. Education is collapsing in America as it collapses in Washington state. It is collapsing. And people in Washington state will remember that I was 11 years old when patty Murray was first selected. She ran as the mom in tennis shoes. Oh yes. She was a preschool teacher and she was on school board and she was going to fight for our children. So under her policies, our education has gotten worse. And we were a 44% average in public school system prior to the pandemic. You could imagine how those scores of considerably gone down. All through my boys are in the public school system. And here in Washington state, our kids were out of school for almost two full years. And not only that, we have to get back to teaching math and reading. We have to get back to competitive quality education.

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Josh Mandel Makes Case for Ohio Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Josh Mandel Makes Case for Ohio Senate Race

Who Will Trump Endorse for Ohio Senate Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Who Will Trump Endorse for Ohio Senate Race?

"Josh, let me go back to if I can, president Trump. I've had on all the Pennsylvania candidates as well. They're kind of stunned in astonished that Donald Trump endorsed Doctor Oz, what was your reaction? I'm not telling the Pennsylvania race at all. And people ask me about Pennsylvania. They ask me about Georgia and Arizona and Alabama and what I tell people and I'll tell you is I am laser focused on my race here in Ohio. People start voting two weeks from part of me. Election day is two weeks in Tuesday. People started voting last week. And so my 100% focus is on Ohio. Have you given up on getting the endorsement of Donald Trump? No, I'm doing everything I can to earn the endorsement of Donald Trump. I'd be honored to earn his endorsement. And I think I'm the one candidate in this race who embody the Trump America first agenda. Most of my opponents were with Kasich to the bitter end in 2016. I was the first statewide official to support president Trump

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Republicans Hope Education Wave Drives Parents to the Polls

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 8 months ago

Republicans Hope Education Wave Drives Parents to the Polls

Is Middle America Turning Red?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Is Middle America Turning Red?

"Now, sleep. I put in the category of Jonathan Swan Joshua, who's just a straight down in the middle reporter. He has a call not on Iowa this morning, Jonathan. Iowa has gone from purple to red to deep red. They're not going to have any congressman standing. They're not even going to have a senator on the ballot against chuck grassley, which is malpractice. I think that's happening in Pennsylvania as well. Just take us up to 30,000 feet. You cover politics. I'm going to come back to a couple of issues in a second, but up at 30,000 feet. Do you see all of the blue washing out of the non coastal areas and the heartland of the country's red? It's certainly been the very pronounced trend. And I mean, the problem with this year as something to sort of draw 30,000 foot conclusions is the best political environment for Republicans in 2010. And so you could have some really astonishing results that are atypical. But yeah, absolutely. As a macro trend for sure, that's what's happening. And Democrats don't really seem to have answers for it. I'm not seeing any anyway from the national leadership.

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What's the Strategy for Ukraine Going Forward?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | 8 months ago

What's the Strategy for Ukraine Going Forward?

"Congressman, let's go back to Ukraine now. I try to be an optimist about these things. If neurons house Intel, your buddy Tom cotton is on Senate and tell you only use open-sources on the radio. Here's what I fear. I fear that everyone thinks Ukraine is much stronger than they are because they beat back the Russians in the north. And now the Russian tanks in the vast planar on mariupol are pool are positioning themselves. There are 10,000 dead bodies on the street scenario. People should put that in the context of Brooklyn yesterday, 33 wounded or incapacitated on a subway. Imagine 10,000 corpses in the city, what could we do? What should we do when the Russian tanks began to roll out of the Donbass through Mario pole destroying everything in front of them heading to keep from the other side? Well, I think our best strategy now is to provide the Ukrainians with all of the hard power requests that they have made. Now, again, as we started off this conversation, we've made progress on that front. Obviously they're using stingers and javelins to devastating effects, but there is more that we can do. There's more we can do to harness some of the offers that our Eastern European allies, NATO allies have made. And the fact

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Biden Administration Revisits Failed Obama Middle East Policies

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Biden Administration Revisits Failed Obama Middle East Policies

"Now, congressman, I got a new column up over at The Washington Post on the fact that we have a new axis. Russia, Khamenei and Iran and she and China. And being critical of Putin is being like critical of Mussolini in 1938. What about tojo and Hitler? And we've got these other two adversaries. You've recommended steps to help Taiwan. What about helping Israel and the other states in the Arab partnership with Israel threatened by Iran? Well, this is critical to you because what have we seen in the last few days? And something that is really unprecedented or at least in my lifetime I've never seen there was basically a Saturday Night Live sketch that came out of Saudi Arabia criticizing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. And I think that gives you a window into just how far the relationship between the United States and our traditional Arab allies in the Middle East has trade. And that is a function of the fact that the Biden administration has pursued a resurrection of the Obama Iran deal. And of course, by doing that, they are messing up all of the progress we made in the Trump administration with the Abraham accords.

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Kathy Barnette Reacts to Trump Endorsement for Dr. Oz

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Kathy Barnette Reacts to Trump Endorsement for Dr. Oz

"So tell me a little bit about your reaction to president Trump's endorsement of Doctor Oz because a lot of people were flabbergasted. Some dumbfounded some angry and some said, okay, I'll vote for us. What was Kathy Barnett's reaction? Well, I mean, you know, initially, it was a shock, right? I mean, I was downtown Philadelphia. I've been working with the Horn of Africa. There's those who will have come here from the Horn of Africa. There's over a 100,000 of those from sedans, Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, who live here at Pennsylvania, highly concentrated between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. I've been working with them for several months. They hosted a very large fundraiser for me this past Saturday, and we were registered every single person changing their registration from Democrat to Republican. That's what I was doing. And someone turned on their phone and showed me what Donald Trump had done, and of course my initial reaction was like, oh my goodness, definitely know he's not really a conservative. But very quickly thereafter, I saw when a lot of people are seeing and that is across social media, my name is on everyone's list. So like I said, I started off. President Trump's endorsement of Oz is truly one of the best things that could have happened to our campaign. A lot of

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COVID Death Toll Reaches 500,0000 Mark

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

COVID Death Toll Reaches 500,0000 Mark

"The COVID toll exceeded 500 million this week, dead around the world. 500 million dead. Now it is changed into a variant that is less killing. So that China will not have the same death rate that we did in the U.S. with the first coronavirus iteration and then with the subsequent iterations that Delta omicron is not killing that many more people, but we felt the brunt of it. And I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion there is nothing that anyone could have done. Short of what they do in China, which we will not do in the United States. And their economy is not going to recover for a decade because of this. And at some point, you do what you did until we figured it out. We got the vaccine done. We rushed the vaccine out, and then you go back to

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Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

"Let me begin by updating you on yesterday's shooting in Brooklyn, which began just as I left the air. Good job by Mike Gallagher of today, if you follow me on many of these stations and picking up the chaos and carnage in New York or Mike would know. I do not know Brooklyn well, of course, been there a few times over the years, but I don't know well. 33 shots fired inside of a subway train in Brooklyn. Ten wounded, 13 others treated for smoking inhalation, and Frank James, the person of interest, not called a suspect, but boy it sounds like a suspect to me. Had a 9 millimeter handgun at least one, which apparently jammed. And consumer grade fireworks. I don't know what consumer grade fireworks are. And I hatch it. Gasoline did something planned in a deeply deranged mind, obviously. He's from Milwaukee, 5 foot 5 black man dressed in green construction vest and a gray hooded sweater. So just about everything you heard yesterday was wrong at the beginning. Orange construction vest, big black man. He's a little black guy. And they can't find him. He rented a U haul truck. He's gone. He's posted rants about Eric Adams, New York's new mayor on YouTube.

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How People With Machiavellian Traits Cash in on Claims of Victimhood

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 8 months ago

How People With Machiavellian Traits Cash in on Claims of Victimhood

"We hear a lot about victimhood these days. In fact, victimhood is one of the kind of central themes of one of the major political parties. The whole politics of race of identity politics rides on the concept of victimhood. And here's a very interesting study, I see it on a website called psi post dot com. It's essentially psychological research. It's an article in the journal of personality, and social psychology is written by a whole group of academics and Brandon stretch and Carla, you know. Anyway, the theme of the article and the study is this. They're looking at people who have a personality that is sometimes associated with what's called a dark triad, a dark triad. What's the dark triad? Well, it's narcissism. It's psycho pathological conduct. And it's machiavellianism. So these are all personality traits, narcissism, of course, the sense that I am the center of the universe. Psychopathology or basically pathological, in other words, you are fundamentally you have no clear sense of right and wrong. You operate without a clear moral compass and machiavellianism you are very manipulative and you see the world, including human relations in terms of power, not in terms of fundamental values or decency. Now here's the point. They studied these personalities, people who are in this so called dark triad. And what they found is that these people are extremely good at exploiting victimhood to get what they want. They're not talking specifically about the race context, they're talking about the fact that we know when we hear about victims, it automatically arouses our sympathy. We go, oh man, that guy was obviously listened to him. This is a person who will obviously had a hard time, their ancestors had a really hard time. What a life they've had they've led. We need to reach out and help. And what the article is showing in the study showing is that some very bad people have realized that this is actually a staple part of human

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U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 10 months ago

U.S. Senate Candidate Carla Sands' Position on Immigration

"All right so on the border on immigration do you consider this to be a major issue Well of course I mean we're being invaded I think we had a record number I was talking to former acting secretary of Homeland Security Chad wolf and he told me we had 2 million people that they got a hold of last year but 600,000 got in that they didn't get a hold of it They got away And so it is a true invasion It's one of the reasons I'm running I was working as the ambassador in Denmark and I was watching the rioting in 2020 and looting and then the Biden incoming administration talking about banning fracking and opening our southern border And I was like my gosh I've worked all these years to help Republicans get elected And they're not fighting for us We're losing our country so fast I better do something different I better step up and run And so we've got to secure the border We've got to build the wall And we have sentinel as you know an illegal aliens coming over the border and I personally lost a young relative over Christmas break to a fentanyl overdose So this affects every community in America the drugs that are pouring in from China over the

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Why Carla Sands Should Be Elected to the U.S. Senate

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Why Carla Sands Should Be Elected to the U.S. Senate

"Now you want to be the senator first or you want to be the Republican nominee then the senator from Pennsylvania tell Pennsylvania's in the country why it should be you and not these other folks Well frankly because I'm the only person that our Pennsylvania conservatives can trust to put Pennsylvania and America first I've been doing it since 2016 I'm the only candidate in this race Mark who actually raised money for Donald Trump in 16 and contributed and worked on his campaign and then worked in his administration He appointed me as ambassador I'm the only one who's put America first since 2016 Everybody else says they are since they've been running But I actually am a conservative and I've been a conservative activist all my adult life So they can trust that I'm going to go to Washington and fight to defeat the radical Democrats in The White House but also I mean in general it's like it's like we have Bernie Sanders in The White House and AOC is his vice president the policies that we're getting out of Washington these days

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Get to Know Carla Sands, Running for U.S. Senate in PA

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 10 months ago

Get to Know Carla Sands, Running for U.S. Senate in PA

"You couldn't have been nicer and kinder You weren't ambassador tell everybody Sure Well first Mark I'd like to share the thoughts with you and your listeners that I'm a pro life pro First Amendment pro Second Amendment America first constitutional conservative businesswoman and mom And I was it was the honor of my lifetime to serve as president Trump's ambassador to the kingdom of Denmark And as a matter of fact meeting you there in Jerusalem with our what president Trump did moving our embassy there to Jerusalem our great ambassador David Friedman who endorsed my campaign it was quite quite an event and to be there with prime minister Netanyahu But I was able to do great things while I was the ambassador in Denmark We were able to increase U.S. exports over 43% while I was there so we created thousands of jobs here at home We also were able to secure the high north from Russia and China And the Department of Defense gave me their highest civilian honor for that work to counter Russia and China

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"carla" Discussed on Empowered Women Rise Podcast

Empowered Women Rise Podcast

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"carla" Discussed on Empowered Women Rise Podcast

"Everybody and today I'm very happy to be joined by Carla masio. Fellow wedding and event planner in here in Spain. So welcome Carla, thank you so much for coming on to share your story with us today. Hello, Lucy. Thank you. Thank you for taking me. On this series that you're doing with amazing women. And yeah, we are happy to share my story and how to probably help and other people here. Excellent. I'm so excited because I've known off you for many years and I've been in awe of what you've created for many years. I don't know your story and I don't know your background. So this is really interesting for me as well as for the other women. So tell us a little bit about your journey to where you are now. Sure. Well, from Argentina. Yeah, no Spanish. And I came to Spain, well, this will be my AT&T and Spain. So I came to do an internship. I study management. And that's where that's my career. Yeah, and so the way and then I started doing event planning wedding planning. So I came to do an internship in a hotel here on the Kosovo soul. And I decided I wanted to stay mainly because going back to Argentina that time was not the situation was not very good. So I stayed and that's how I decided to grow obviously in the hospitality industry, going through different departments, in the same hotel, and then go into another hotels. And it was back in 2005 when I was involved. I was always been involved in events because in the industry I was in the restaurant and I was setting up for weddings or events. So instead of where I was in the operational departments and 2005, I was in the food and beverage department in China and hotel here on the customer side..

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A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:39 min | 1 year ago

A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

"Protocols coming out in regenerative medicine that that kind of restore and re-grow articulate cartilage which that that layer of connective tissue that covers the end of our bones and allows joints to maneuver in in the past. You know we'd have to get that type of thing resurfaced or get a knee joint replacement which lot times a young person like me. Who's young been pushing. My body really hard for the past twenty years. The idea of getting a joint replacement is not that that Exciting of a prospect especially considering those those joint replacements don't don't last for real long time. This article got into everything from like brand new experimental drugs like one called spree. Fairmont which stimulates cartilage cells. These little carla shells called contra sites to grow it gets into another injectable. Drug called the laura civil servant and that inhibits the proteins that caused like carlucci generation than develop the development of of arthritis. And then it also gets into these really cool procedures like Like an inter office procedure. Where you'd actually take bone marrow out of a patient's say hip and then what you do is you would go in with a with a needle like digital ultrasound. Guided imaging and drill little holes in the in the surface where you see cartilage generation kind of like in the same way you would fertilize lawn and then you just fill all those little holes with the bone marrow and the bone marrow stimulates the new cartilage to grow in a similar ways. You would get if you were literally just like repair. All the cartilage almost like a surgical glue like a surgical cartilage glue

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"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

"I was trying to control externally. And god's said why don't you work on what's inside and help me transforming from the inside. Oh yeah that's beautiful. That's so lovely. Okay so i gotta ask when you got. Your book. Opened it for the first time. How did you feel like what it was even more. You soared. I think than what other people get their books because i had not seen a vivians our work. Oh were you know. She had done it and but she was submitting it. Separately the needs emitting my chapter soup to see laid out was just like you said i was young real. It was beyond what i could have imagined or asked for so yes it was a moment. It was definitely a moment. I'm i think for any author to see your words in print like that in a book is of course you know moment but to see the artwork and to see how they laid it out in. How it was put together was just a lot. Yeah it was something else. It's so beautiful and before we started this interview we were both talking about how people are doing our books as bible study so. Your book is not a traditional bible. Study it to me. It's like a coffee table book. It's a book that you could leave out because it's so lovely but it is not a traditional nonfiction book. Either where it's just where you just read it through. The this is really meant to be a place to just sit with the lord to to to work on that practice of uncut in your soul in. It's is beautiful and it's a place that you wanna be and so But i love that. You said that you've got women who are doing it as a bible study man because i think that right now you know in this with all that we've gone through to just have those moments that we can even come together with others and reflect and and just unclutter and it's a place of beauty God god created us to create beauty. And anyway i just love it and i'm just so proud of you my sweet friend and i'm excited to see all that the lord does with it so Tell everyone where they can find you and we will put all of that information in the show notes so that they can find. Yeah find the work and find you. It's best just to go to my website. Which is my name. Www dot carla will z. Gasser g. s. s. e. r. dot com. You can watch short video about the book there. There's links to where you could get the book but it's showing up in your local bookstores. I'm getting. I live in ohio and i've already got messages from people in florida. Who'd seen it. They're even an organ but it's on amazon and christian books and all those places you could get it to. So yes it's easy and available. There's also a kindle version of it and one of the things. I wanted to say the number one common i've gotten about the beauty of the book is that allowed. People don't want to write in it and their space for you to write because like you said it's a hybrid it's devotional. It's a bible study in its journal all in one and so i said get yourself some really pretty pence and writes in the book because then it will be a keepsake for you and so these right in the book and Like i said it's meant to be enjoyed. It's meant to slow you down and it's meant to hopefully deep in near connection As you allow the spirit to transform him yeah. That is a good word for today my friend. It is so great to have you on the show and to share this lovely work that you've done so god bless you and thank you so much. Thanks for having misty. And on god's blessings on work that you're doing as well in spreading god's word and allowing those of us out here a platform to talk about what god's doing in our lives absolutely thinks friend. Thank you for joining me today. On by his grace. I hope you've enjoyed listening. And are encouraged by our guest today. I would love for you to visit my blog misty. Philip dot com for more encouragement. You can find the on social media as misty. Philip and i would love to connect with you there.

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"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

"How do we treat other people and that is with patients with kindness. Goodness and in the last three which are faithfulness. Gentleness and self control. Those are the three that help us live this out limit out on a daily basis and impracticable way. And so that's really. I am a teacher at my profession. I was former high school english teacher college professor and then for the last several years teaching bible studies in my church and speaking at conferences and things so the book is written like that. It's written as a teacher would write it starting battle. You can go very easily. I set up an acronym For soul that just takes you systematically your each of the spirit. The soul part is searched stands. Stn's search and so the first thing we do is search the scriptures. That's where we need to start with the foundation of outscored in his truth and then oh goes into observe. We have to look at the seoul quality. Guide instrument it right. The world's definition of love versus god's definition of love are buried as we need to look at scripture. And say well. What is god say. Love is what is apple. What is unconditional love. What and then you is us. Because we can search the scriptures we can understand what god means by of you know..

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"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on By His Grace

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"carla" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Show it's i need more so than any other comic book plans coming up. Yeah I have to that hoping to get out by the end of the year. It's so hard to finish everything I'm working on a comic with my girlfriend. Marissa tesla's who's an amazing writer. And i'm doing art for it and it's called hellenes unions and so hopefully that'll be the end of the year and i'm working with artists matt northrup on a comic that i've written and that one is going to be awesome is tentatively named processes gift but We may change the title. But i'm really excited. You more comex this year. Not being on the road. Although i miss being on the road it has given me time to do some more project. So that way when i go back out on the road i won't be pining away to do comics are allies. Had this time to do it. Which i think is important. You know i mean. This is a good time for people to get all these projects that i've been trying to do some freelance work. I haven't had time to drama. The creative projects and the year has flown by moved. I it's it's just been like. I still have more to do. There's more that. I need to finish before we start up again. It's like slowdown. I know most everyone wants the world to be open I do too. I one hundred percent do. I'm excited about getting back out there. But this has been a gift of time. So how do you multitask everything in your life. Once it does get. What will you win when it gets back to quote unquote normal. Whatever that's gonna you know when we go back on for. There's a lot of long hours where you're not doing anything. That's why i started drawing again in the first place. You know to fill up those hours. So i'll still draw every day and just you know kind of budget time and make sure that i. I don't ever want to not give time to my art writing again. You know you can do everything. It's just like i said. Budgeting and priorities may not going out for drinks. That night and working on your art died. I know it's so in rock and roll right. So yeah i gotta do some. I do some writing tonight or some illustrated. But you know it's like i've been a million parties. My favorite party is just being on stage. So i get that every night on tour you know. I'm up there drinking shots with my best friends and and throw it down. That's my ardy. I don't need the after party anymore. I think that's where the a lot of the illusion. the rock and roll life has changed. I think people became aware of what happens when you do much of that. It's it's harder when you get older to keep that out to be honest. It's like especially with our voices i. We can't party all night. It's i wouldn't be able to this thing the next day. I've talked to like older singers about that. The fact that is certain ages had s- okay. You know what if you want to keep this going. You can't keep drinking all night long and smoking in you. Do not know how certain people do it. And i won't name names. But i know some vocalists that have just they they can. They don't drink water they they'll drink coffee and alcohol day and they still but on a great show I can't. I don't have that ability to so i think those kind richards gene. I need to baby myself. When i'm on tour. I need to make sure i get sleep. Drink tons of water and tea and you know. I only drink jaeger on the road. Because it's a nice little kind of coach throat dry you out. I guess it's a close up by asking what life lessons have have you Gained that you could impart to let your fans valuable things you've learned over the years. I think that again. You know not wasting time living your dream to the best of your ability honing your craft. You know you can't just say that you wanna be something you know i'm from out l. A. where everybody says. They're this says there that you gotta go out there and do it practice everyday. You are what you do every day. Then be willing to work as a team. That's something that when i was young. I didn't care to do so much. But as i get older. You know the magic that each of my bandmates brings to. The table doesn't go unnoticed. You know finding people that share your passion. Share your goals and are willing to work as hard as you are. That's huge and Also again expressing gratitude for everyone in your life and just saying thank you appreciate people more and i think you put things out in the world to get things back exactly cool thank you. Thank you very much for chatting. Yeah thank you for having me appreciate it. We'll see anywhere any more. Collect book of your art work. I know you did any more. So i put out a. I put out a sketchbook every year. My my art For the year. And all that subset. Carla her dot com and charlie featured in punk rock and paintbrushes upcoming books. A lot of awesome musicians and artists. Yes so any info you can find it. Carla harvey dot com and of course which may be dot com for all things. Put your babies as right. Well thank you. It was great to chat with you. Yeah thank you so much appreciate it. We'll chat soon at some point. That wraps up this latest. Installment side jams. Please join me for the next episode. Which will feature gary numan as always my theme music comes from fox and the law licensed through audio socket. Thank you very much for listening through plenty of great episodes on the way..

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"carla" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"My pace that happens when i can accept credit and debit cards bank. Transfer and mobile pay with intuit quickbooks. Let's payments made easy. We thought this ad was over. No here comes my holding it a squeal in front of a customer face and my whoa getting paid twice as fast face things for that quickbooks quickbooks payments account subject to eligibility twice as fast based on customer use comparison from august. Twenty nine hundred july twenty twenty. Did you know that. Approximately forty percent of food waste happens at home. Yeah that's why helman's is on a mission to make taste not waste with some amazing recipes to help inspire you to fight food. Waste at home. Helman's is the magical ingredient that will turn what you've already got in your kitchen into something delicious. Use leftovers to make recipes like grilled chicken street tacos with creamy chipotle mayo or savory potato salad. It was incredible to see what i could whip up in the kitchen using ingredients. I already had on hand even some. I'd forgotten about visit helman's dot com for more delicious recipes. And make the most out of the food in your fridge with helman's this year. Let's not say we're going back to school work and our social lives. Let's embrace the lessons of this past year and move forward instead. Calls has just what you need to do it. In style for kids there's active wear and backpacks from the top brands like nike adidas under armor. And more and grown-ups there are beauty. Must have since stylish accessories to help you move forward to your new normal so go ahead find it all at kohl's or kohls dot com today ladies and gentlemen get ready. It is that time. I said it is that buckle up and hold on tight she is here call a with what reality update nephew girl saying coming in. Thank nephew. let's let's talk about real housewives potomac and then we're going to talk about love and marriage on speaker we went potomac. No i don't really know geographically. So i'm in. I'm in dc shooting ready to love the next season's right there you go so is the potomac here is that what is that where yes it by my apartment. I don't know where i love. The potomac river is back your apartment no asking what. I don't really see no water. So you got to look forward. You gotta live for tradesman robin and she has been she's been kinda depressed on the show she's been sleeping in laid and her fiance. Who is her ex husband. The father for children. They are getting remarried. One he is. You know he's encouraging robin. Come on you gotta do better. You gotta get up you gotta take care of the kids and she said to the pandemic home schooling routine cook and clean. She's been kind of depressing sleeping in late so a man is telling us. Come on mama i need. You got a little bit better. So we'll see what's happening with robin. I'm sure a lot of women can relate to rob andrew was tough. It was tough to she. Just lay around how to plan around a fan. But i think it's a mental thing you know we've been talking about mental health and in self care and all that so. I think it's a lot of that. That's going on rob cooking anything. She she doing anything to help the household nazi nephew. You gotta you gotta be fair now. She she's she's has her issues and she's about a man around how he laid he. Just larry. shaw. Res saw read right right right. So you're so capable. Heterogeneity ran house. You ain't got yes. It is on the wrong cooking or thereby. Just get food to live delivered. How they do chick-fil-a a of chick-fil-a a lot of those the nicest yes my pleasure chick-fil-a let me move on real quick a windy. She got her boobs and budi done plastic surgery. So i said okay them wendy giving it to the people at the same time to get it done at the same time. I think she did. She kinda played around when she revealed what she had done. And robin was like girl. You know you do not have a. How much is a booted booted. I don't know 'cause mine. I'm good so i didn't have to look at an incident. I read enough. Us early us straight. We very good mississippi. Monica state night. Top the top okay. Let's move on. let's move on. Let's all right so you know what wendy though she has issue with mia the new cast made on the show. The new cast member. Karen's brand. I don't know she keeps coming for her. She does not like her is beautiful. She says she's had a lot of plastic surgery. She is younger than her husband is about a thirty year difference. She's had everything done including her private part area price surgery. Mia has had all that done so. We got to see what's going on with that. What's going on. Which is dale and care. They absolutely hate each other. So we will be watching real housewives potomac quickly before we run out of time. Nephew the new season on the own network of love and marriage hans spiel martell melody. They are back marcello and teasha they are back. There's a new couple on the show. Tiffany and her husband louis so they are teasing. What's coming up. The season is back. But you've got a chance to kick it with him this season. I got reality. Update i got all the t- baby information fro carla's reality update always coming in hot so we will be watching love and marriage bill on the own network looking for then nephew so at twenty minutes after the hour. Make sure you come back. We'll talk about more trending topics and also follow me. At lips carla. We'll be back at twentieth. You're listening to steve harvey morning show keep up with team. Usa with gig speeds over. Why buy from xfinity. Can your internet do that. Restrictions apply not available in all areas requires gig internet and capitol gateway gig speed wifi share across all devices. Actual speeds vary internet guaranteed xfinity proud partner of team usa from iheartradio and the producers. Who brought you. Murder and oregon and happy face comes the new true crime podcast murder and illinois. 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"carla" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Them. I worked at that hospital. Seen our ratings are going to Skyrocket cuz now we're a true crime podcast. No internet after. It was like, oh my God, they talked about a gang shooting in a hospital. That's amazing. That'll be the, that'll be the headliner clip, that'll be the headliner clip that will share about this show, you know? I mean, I even have, I mean, if we're talking True Crime, I, you know, I am. In San Bernardino, California and when that whole, you know, terrorist act happened, my daughter was involved with that. They had to shut down two of the schools that both of my grandchildren were at because I'm one of the people was actually going to the high school that my granddaughter was at. So, you know, a lot of this hits home for me. Yeah, I know we talked about True Crime. I've been involved in it, so I thought, let's shift gears and let's go from True Crime back to NLP cuz I think NLP is so incredibly powerful. So it is share a little bit more about how we can all use em in our lives and the power of NLP. I can tell you the one thing that I think in L. Lee really helps people with on an everyday basis is refraining and what the way you look at something is not going to be the way it actually is and I can say, you know, if somebody says to me, well, she doesn't like me. But how do you know that, right? I go back with the person and I say, well, how do you know that that person doesn't like you? I just you know, I just know, right? And and they don't. And so it's all about reframing. It's like a person walking down the street. All of a sudden. You see, a man pushed this woman, right? And you're thinking, wow, he just pushed her for no reason. He doesn't know her, but what they didn't realize is there was Brooks getting ready to come down on her head. And he's pushing her out of the way. Yeah, let's see. So people don't see how to reframe or what's actually happening. May not be what they think it is and so sometimes it's just it's stepped back. Look at it for what it is, you know? Or if you're having negative talk in your mind, I always tell my clients. I'm like, if you've got negative talk, you know, one person will say, oh, I don't have enough money. This is just something that I can think of off my head. People are like, I don't have enough money. Okay, well you just put that into the universe so guess. What's going to happen? You're going to get more of not having money, right? All of the stuff that you've just called in. I said so now what I want you to do, if I want you to put out into the Universe I take that back. You're going to take it back really quick and now we're going to refrain that money and we're going to say I have enough. For what I need right now. Yeah. And so abundance, what is how abundance is a great mindset to have their scarcity? There's abundance, and I love that about money is that way? You always have enough, you always have, you may not have everything you want, but you always have enough. It's just it, just you always do. Yeah, I had a, I had a client that could literally called me back and says, hey, I tried your, you know, I tried your manifestation and she said, it worked. She goes, she was actually coming back from Africa and they couldn't find a flight out, cuz they literally shut Africa down again, and she says, but I kept saying, I want to travel first class, I kept putting it on the Universe. I wrote it down. I did all of these things, and literally the day that she went to the airport, she literally flew back from Africa. First class, Yeah, it's amazing. If you just let if you just get into flow and you've let just trust what the universe has for you and you get in your lane magic happens, C, ROM. Oh yeah. Oh yeah, I mean I've had things happen to me. That people are like blown away. And I'm like, you know, I never say, I don't expect it because I, if you ask for something then you're expecting it to happen, dog? Don't push away the gift when it comes and say, oh my gosh, I wasn't expecting that to happen. Yeah, you were you were expecting because you asked for it. So when it happens to be grateful for it and so that is really the manifestations, a guy that I talked to people about because if they just take time to just again reframe, what they're thinking about start writing it down. I tell people put stickers all over Europe. Wake up in the morning, have a sticker that says hello. Beautiful. Put another sticker on another wall. That says, I'm great today, you know, because once you start feeding yourself this overtime, you really start to believe it and you start to clean out the e. Other negative self-talk that you had. I've had women that were on in our products that have cleaned themselves up and gone on to do interior design, you know, just keep doing the little things on a daily basis but again, it's consistency. That's going to count with that. Absolutely. All right. Carla. You ready for a good one? You ready? We're going deep. All right. What is your? Why why do you get up? What is Carla? Get up in the morning. What drives you? What? What? What allows you to get up out of bed? Why? Because I was put on this Earth for a purpose and it took me a long time to really find my purpose. And that is really when I'm when I'm at my best life, helping others. And I'm, I'm pretty much kind of pouring into them. And so, what I mean by that is I have been in corporate for a long time and I've had teams from, you know, having 15 people under me to 831 and literally being able to have them in a room and literally just pour into them and Mentor. Them, I literally I have 231 employees. I would sit at their desks each and everyone if they need a training on something, I was there to give them that training, which then made them become a high-performance team because once I learned how to give back, it's about service and not. So once I learned how to do that, once I learned how to Mentor, once I learned how to coach and I brung I brought in LP into it because now I can build that rapport with you. Literally that is my reason for getting out because if off Can make you a better person in the end, guess what? You're going to do it to two or three or four and you're going to pay that back tenfold. Then guess what everybody comes together? You know, so I look at the world now. Yes, what we're going through what we're in, but we're going to come out of it and if we all just start to learn to work together, then we're going to be a better place, and we're starting to open up our eyes to different things as well. And because I'm going to open up our eyes. People are like looking and saying, okay, yes you might be different but that's okay. That's a good thing because I don't want you just like me. And so that's really really dear to my heart is people you just live authentically people are going to accept that I had just a sidebar. I was I was on LinkedIn the other day and I read about this guy and he's known for saying for a Chuck Berry and some other people. But what he's really known for is literally having Klu Klux Klan. Now mind you, he's a black man sitting down with the top of the club. Slam the guy ended up turning giving him his cap in his gown and everything and about. I think fifty-four more actually did the same thing to me. That's a why bring love to this world. Bring knowledge. This world apply that knowledge and then everybody can actually live together. Wow. Wow, okay, that's just from a power of a conversation and that's what I love about, podcasting is. It's the power of conversation off..

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"carla" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Am so good. Thank you so much for being here. We are live on clubhouse with a with an audience, and it's so much fun to do it that way. Because what's going to happen is what's going to happen. So there you go, that's all I can say. So, welcome to the show, really thrilled to have you here. I love that. You are so powerful. I love your motivation. I am your photograph. Girl, you a badass. Like really like I just look at you like dang, I love that. So there's a lot to Carla. Like a lot. So let's unpack. So I don't know if we should dive into your Finance background, your leadership background, your fashion, or your beauty background, but I'm going to let you just spinning wheel and you tell me cuz we're going to dive deep, Get Ready, Get rid of that. That's a, that's a hard one cuz there's there's so many ways that they can go. I can basically start off from the beginning of having a son died and being in the hospital and watching how everything transpired, which led me into my corporate career working in healthcare, for the last thirty years. Yeah, let's go there. So I have a daughter who is fourteen years old eight years ago and she had four strokes and was in a coma had brain surgery so I can totally relate. I just a little PTSD when you she survived barely but she did survive. So let's unpack that and Thursday Definitely a story of transformation. I think that's where everything for me started and so I think going back to that time having to go bury your son who's 22 months old, you know, a marriage that failed because you had a son that that died in and neither one could really communicate or connect anymore on a level between husband and wife. Literally everything just came down, my job was great. I was working for a different company. I was working for Dean Witter Reynolds, as a sales assistant, making great money. And I just realized that that was not where I needed to go, but through the whole thing off and kind of taking you fast-forward. It was one of those things where I kept trying to find a job, kept trying to go for a nine-to-five kept trying to do, the do certain things. And literally was making no money or either, I was being fired because I just found no thrill in what I was doing within the Healthcare System, right? So it took me literally to come out of Health Care off. Still working in it, after thirty years, but to come out and do something different, which led me into Makeup and Hair Artistry. I love that. So, you know, I had to get into something different because having an analytical mind I was losing myself and so the creativity side was going everything that I was doing. I mean, I was, you know, talking to people, it dealing with numbers, you know, and not like a really engaging with them as people. So I I kind of lost that feminine energy and literally, I had more of my masculine energy and literally didn't trust anybody. So, I had to find something. So I took up singing and then I went into hair and and makeup and then went in even deeper into digital makeup. So, being able to do that, I saved was a vice to get me to where I am right now because being able to make up, you know models. I mean, I've literally done covers. I've been in fashion weeks, you know. So big Able to be behind the scenes and really talked to models and see what their problems were. I take one story and I tell you, one girl sat in my chair, she said, Carla, make me beautiful. And I'm looking at her like, she's crazy. And I said, what do you mean? Make you beautiful? She goes, I just found out that my boyfriend, a five years has been cheating on me for the last three of those five years and we're walking down the runway today together. Wow. So that literally I had a chance to either say girl you need to leave him and go a different path or I could just sit there and listen and see where she wants to go running a specific questions. That was my number one mark of me saying where I could literally help and be a coach in people's lives. But you know what? I was going to just jump in home, I think it's important to make a distinction of this model who's going through some severe trauma finding out that boyfriend has been cheating and people will say, oh you know, make me look beautiful. Well, and look, she's a model. She probably was actually gorgeous and you're just going to add like a little bit of essence here, a little bit of essence there. And I think the distinction that I got when you said that for sure, was that Carla? I really need to do something for me and it's time for me at this very moment before I go out and give everything I have for some self-care. So, if you could really just treat me and spoil me, that's what I think she was asking, would that be accurate? That would be accurate, that would be accurate. Just because going on to talk to her boss, really kind of brought everything out. Brought everything up, she didn't understand it, she had a crying moment and so sorry about that, my computer control off the device, you want for him for me to do that. As I said turned on. There we go. So going dealing with her in that area. Once she was actually made up took me about an hour to give her the look that she actually wanted for or for the designer. We were dealing with, but at the end of it all, she literally kissed me. She thanked me because I didn't give her information of like everybody else would say, leave. You need to do this, I said, girl, you look beautiful. You need to make a decision. Do you want to stay with them? Do you want to go? You know, what are your, what are your choices? What do you thinking? Where are you at right now? And Soul by asking the right question. Literally, I can tell you today and it's been probably eight years. They're still together. What she learned from me is really how to set boundaries home and talk to them. There you go. Well that's boundaries is like my thing. I'm all about the boundaries it makes life so much simpler. It does it does. And even with my own life I didn't have any boundaries, you know, when I was actually younger, I had absolutely none and as I got older and I started getting literally fired from jobs because I just wouldn't stick up for myself. You know, people would put me as a scapegoat, you know, when I'm like, wait a minute, I'm doing what you're telling me to do, but yet I'm the one getting fired, let go because of it. That's what I really realized. I had to really turn internally and say, what is it about me? Because this is about me. I need to figure out what I'm doing wrong to figure out how to fix myself. And a lot of people don't see that because they're they want to say okay it's the other person's fault, it's the other person you know they fired me. There was nothing that I did wrong, but if you really kind of go deep inside, you'll find out that there was, there are some insecurities that you have that led to that or putting something out into the universe, such as I.

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"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

"That's up lucci. Co founder of jovial food on may twenty second. Carla passed away unexpectedly. After a brief illness. Carla's husband rodolfo will continue in his role at jovial and this month their daughter julia who was the inspiration for the brand will be officially joining joel to help run the family business. Thanks so much for listening to the show this week. If you're not yet a subscriber please do subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to write to us or email addresses h. h bt and npr dot org. And if you want to follow us on twitter at guy roz or at how i built. This could also find us on instagram. That's at how i built this. Npr or my personal account at guide dot roz. This episode was produced by jc howard with music composed by rum. Tina bluey. It was edited by grant with research help from derek gaels. Our audio engineer was patrick. Void after staff includes. casey herman. Rachel faulkner james. Del hussey julia. Carney farah safari liz. Metzger janet lujan lee an analyst over our intern is harrison. Vj choy and jeff rodgers is our executive producer guy roz and you've been listening to how i built this. This is npr..

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"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

"Before things got big. This was in the in the early eighties. Eighty five and i also notice that when we got to this apartment like i was obsessed with turning over forks and looking at tablecloths and everything in the house was made in italy and i was like wow this country sustains itself because backing connecticut everything was getting huge supermarkets and this little downtown that we had with a butcher shop in a fish market and everything was all closing down and and then i had this one memory of it's called the night of san lorenzo when there's a lot of shooting stars so we went up into the hills you could see the the adriatic coast and then we just sat there in. The sky was so clear and they were shooting stars everywhere. And i just said i wish i could live here someday. I was. I was totally hooked. I was thinking. Why did my grandparents leaves paradise. Yeah so that trip clearly had a huge impact on you And i guess when you went to college went to connecticut college i went to connecticut. College wanted to stay close to home. Because i didn't know if my father was gonna be alive or not. So that's where that's where in in your dad. Your dad passed away pretty soon after that trip. He did a couple of days before actually started college. Well and it got to the point where you had to decide your major so i was looking through the book and i said let me look in italian and it said if you majored in italian and you have financial aid. You have to spend a year abroad in italy and the program covers like your -partment which is stepping mouse mats me. That's me a half to go. It's calling me. So you end up spending your junior year abroad in italy and that year would be like chains rest of your life because year you met the man who would eventually become your husband and business partner rodolfo. How did you guys. how did you meet. yeah he. He was a friend of one of these distant relatives that i had that lived in modena. And he said oh. Let's my mother said. I should come and pick you up and take you to her house so you can say hi to her so we went to his house and been had just pulled up because his best friend live next door wasn't your husband. Yes he was gone as soon as i saw. I was like if. I'm pretty enough for you. You're my man. i just knew it. he was just. I don't know it just had this feeling and you hit it off right away. We were just friends. I mean we would. I would go in italy. When you're that when you're that age you have like this group of friends. And they all go out together. So on friday or saturday nights they would say. Hey do you wanna come to modern. Go out with us so the girls would sit on one side of the table. The guys would sit on the other and they would just talk all night long and i was. I'd get bored. You know they were talking about things like oh. Have you ever heard of like band row. They have these roll ons now. That work as the and i was like. Oh my god but They would always sit next to him because he didn't have a girlfriend. Was he a student. He actually had just finished military service and he had previously studied agriculture in bologna but his family had had some financial hardships so he had to go to work. So i guess youtube start dating and as a certain point you go back to the us to finish college. But then you return to italy in yoon rafa moving together right. yes and what. What were you both doing. He was working as agricultural company. And i had my first and only job as a translator but after a couple of months i got yelled at because i translated stainless steel to inox sizable stealing. It was an important company to those important. You know customer so the man who ran the place took me in his office and just yelled. I'm in. I just looked at me said i quit. You know so i. I've only had one job in my life and it was like two months and we were already having a hard time making ends meet. because in italy pe- people don't really make a lot of money in fear. Parents don't have something. It's almost impossible to get ahead and i didn't wanna be like my parents always worrying about money. I wanted to have a family. I wanted to. I wanted to do things. So i was very motivated to to get ahead. You wanted to start a business. I did and so i convinced my husband to go to the united states because one day i was like kind you can open up businesses states for like two hundred dollars and he said okay. Well so you convinced him and by the way to speak any english now. He studied german school so he knew no english. You convince him rodolfo. You convince them to go to the us and you're not married at this point right now but we did have to get married for him to get it. I got you just like he called. My my cousin was like a justice of the peace and we signed the papers. That was you get married to come back to the us and now what was the idea. What was the business you. we're gonna do. The first business idea was to move to miami and open up dna hut at the beach. So paige dina is like the flat bread that they make on the adriatic coast and they have these striped huts. And you just stuff them with pursued or ci user greens or tomatoes and that was our idea so we drove to southern florida and we actually stayed in a campground in a tent and it was very frustrating. Because nobody was going to give you the permit to open up in a hut in miami beach and so one night. I went to bed and i left my sneakers tent and when i woke up in the morning i put them on with no socks and there were these little teeny fire ants inside the sneakers and my feet and it was so painful. I looked at my husband. I started to cry. And i said let's go back to connecticut. I can't take it anymore. All right and you go back to connecticut. Did you go back to new london where he grew up. We love of my parents. I didn't have any with my mother. I didn't have any money so we were in the kitchen brainstorming and my brother and his friend were there. And i said we're going to open a fresh pasta shop with lake prepared sauces in the first town called mystic connecticut. And they were like you'll never make it. You need to make sandwiches and grinders and things like that so connecticut. Yeah so i was like all right all right so we found this man who made this really good italian bread. It was like twenty minutes away and so we would go. We would leave our house. Alight five in the morning. Pick up the whole load of bread. And and then i would weave in some italian thing soleil made. I made spinach pie. And we found an empty store and it was only five hundred dollars a month. We couldn't really afford a or anything. So i actually painted the windows backwards in red paint and this was. This was in like the late eighties. Right get was ninety one. Oh wow so if. I have my cinematic history correct. This is after mystic pizza. The movie came out probably. We didn't get many tourists though. It was premature local spy. And we also. My brother had loaned us five thousand dollars and we took fifteen hundred of that and bought this old famer cappuccino machine so we were the first people in town have cappuccino machine and.

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"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"carla" Discussed on How I Built This

"We spend a lot of time. Researching founders and their brands but every once in a while an idea grows from something we come across in our daily lives and about a year ago in the supermarket. I noticed box of gluten. Free spaghetti made from cassava flour intrigued. So i bought it and it was pretty great. The brand was called jovial. And i'd already been using their diced tomatoes and rice pastas and my cooking. For a few years they make olive oil and tomato paste and even cookies all produced in italy. But the brand is probably best known for its pasta's made from a wheat called. I'm corn and because i'm a sucker for stories on boxes i read about. How jovial helped revive this ancient on hybridize wheat. A type of wheat. That is not genetically modified so some people with gluten sensitivities can actually eat it anyway. I decided to dig around to find out more about the brand. I came across the story of karla bartolucci carla and her husband rodolfo grew jovial from shaky startup into a national multi million dollar brand over the past decade. They were inspired by their own daughter. Who had a sensitivity to wheat gluten but the journey to building jovial was filled with personal tragedy failures bad business partners and very slow growth. So i called up carla and we ended up having a wonderful rich conversation about her life about her working class upbringing in connecticut and most importantly about our mutual love of cooking in the weeks after the interview we stayed in close touch. Carlos sent me her on sour dough. Starter i sent her photos of my cornflower pizzas and then a few weeks ago. I received a small bottle of balsamic vinegar from modina. She wrote this ball. Sammy comes from one of the oldest vinegar makers in mota enjoy this black gold. Which i did and then a few days ago i got a call. That left me stunned after a very brief illness. Carla are lucci died unexpectedly at the age of fifty three. Even though we never met face to face it still felt like losing a good friend. And while carla wasn't a household name she was well known in the specialty food business and widely respected for her vision and integrity so while there are a lot of important business lessons to learn from this episode. We wanna think of it mostly as a tribute to her remarkable life and career a life that began in new london. Connecticut or carla grew up. The granddaughter of four italian immigrants. Food was really important to my family. My both my mother and father were really really good. Cooks my mother. She was just effortless in the kitchen. I never can remember one bad meal. Maybe one but she would also make vegetables really good she knew how to clean artichokes and cook them with parsley and garlic and a little white wine so that when you eat them they just melted in your mouth so as a kid i would just walk by this huge bowl of artichokes and just plop them in my mouth. They were so good. She made fresh ravioli. Yawkey tie attala with all kinds of sauces and you know my dad. He was a great cook to he. Didn't cook that often but he would make cabbage and bean soup. I'd never be able to ride. Can't replicate the flavor and you know my died. He he was fishing. So he had a lobster boat and lobster pots and we had a ping pong table in our basement. And i still remember that. Ping pong table being lined with trays of lobsters stuffed lobsters relatives and he also made wine in our cellar. We made wine and it was nice. You know but at the same time. I was growing up in america. And so i think when the My grandparents immigrated they didn't wanna be italian. They wanted to be american so they tried to lose their accent but they held onto these food traditions. Where you grew up in connecticut was it. Italian was irish. Was like most people of waspy. What you remember about the people in your in your town. I mean there was basically italy. People would choose a town that was similar to where they came from and so a lot of people there lived came from this one area of fun. Oh it's called and they actually developed a neighborhood that was called the fort and on the other side of the town was kind of the nice beach. Area were more wealthy people lived and my father was able to buy a piece of land on the night side of town and build a house for us so i grew up in a neighborhood with people who are better off than us. So tell me about what your dad did for a living. He was a bricklayer. Did he have like a small business. That he ran he tried. I mean he really wanted to own his own business but he had four children and so he ended up just working for construction companies. So your data's a bricklayer and you had three siblings other siblings. Were you the youngest. By the way. I was the youngest and Were you will you. The only girl. I was the only girl. Oh you're surrounded by boys. Yes so i was very competitive in at a young age because i just felt this pressured like to do good at just to do things that they were doing. Yeah all right so you grew up your growing in connecticut and from what i understand when you were sixteen year. Father was diagnosed with cancer. Yes my parents sat us down in the living room and told us and the next day i went to high. I was in high school in english class. And my friend's father owned the funeral home in town. And i said you know my father has cancer. Is that bad. I didn't even know what it was. And she just looked at me like yeah. Very bad and so That weekend. I asked my mom to drive me to the health food store. Missiles little teeny health food store had never been in. But i saw it when we were driving past it to go to the supermarket and i walked in and you know it smelled like full awful mix and was kind of weird you know with all the bulk bins and and i went to the section where they had books and i noticed the macrobiotic. I think that time it was called cure for cancer. It was a long time ago. And i asked my mom to buy and then i came home and i was like dad. I'm going to cure you of cancer. Mccook and he just he just was not interested. How old was your dad. When he was diagnosed he was he was fifty six. Wow but he had been to italy to reconnect with these relatives. Spy on his own wants and his final wish was to go back there so he was very very sick but he took one of my brothers. And i and we were therefore monkey. He wanted to go to italy knowing that he did not have a longtime love now. He died a few months later. He was also a little sick bear it but but the trip was amazing. That.

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